Archaeologists have found the skeletons of giants and proved that on earth once lived giants

In February 2012, a routine exploration for gold in Rosia Montana, Romania, led a group of geologists to an unexpected and perplexing archaeological find. Following a gold vein, they continued digging until they reached the base of a gallery, where their discovery left them in complete surprise.

What they uncovered was not an ordinary tombstone, as its composition defied conventional expectations. Geologists extracted a sample for analysis, and the laboratory results unveiled a composition consisting of 55% 50-carat gold dust, 15% granite dust, and 30% tungsten. The most astonishing revelation was that the composite rock had been manufactured using a technology that remains unknown to modern science.

The significance of this find extends beyond the immediate mystery, as it challenges existing narratives in evolutionary science and human history. The archaeological site has been labeled as “forbidden archaeology,” suggesting that acceptance of such evidence would necessitate a reevaluation of established beliefs.

Rosia Montana has been a hotspot for intriguing discoveries, dating back to 1976 when two skeletons of giants measuring 10 meters in height were unearthed. Notably, their legs were arranged in an unusual side-by-side configuration. Due to the lack of necessary equipment for thorough analysis, the skeletons were sent to Moscow. Regrettably, since then, no further information or updates on the fate of these giant skeletons have emerged.

The enigmatic nature of these discoveries raises questions about the untold history of humanity and the potential existence of advanced technologies in ancient civilizations. As the scientific community grapples with the implications, the forbidden archaeology of Rosia Montana continues to challenge our understanding of the past, urging us to explore the mysteries that lie beneath the surface of conventional knowledge.