Shock: The mummy of an 800-million-year-old woman is still rosy in a marble coffin

The story begins in September 1969, in the village of Rzhavchik Tisulskago in the Kemerovo region, Russia. While working in a coal mine at a depth of more than 70m, the miner Karnaukhov accidentally discovered a marble coffin, the outside of which was decorated with exquisite patterns.

All work here must stop immediately. The coffin is brought to the surface to be opened. The side of the coffin was fossilized like putty.

The coffin was filled with a pinkish-blue liquid. In it lay the body of an unusually beautiful slim woman. This person looks about 30 years old, has big round blue eyes, typical of Europeans. Her hair is slightly curly, her white hands are soft and her nails are neatly cut.

She wears a white lace knee-length dress. The sleeves are short and embroidered with flowers. She looks like a living person sleeping. Everyone who witnessed the scene was shocked.

On top of her head is a black metal box, one rectangular, one round (something like a mobile phone), measuring 10x25cm. People later called her “princess Tisulsky”.

After about 10 to 15 hours, the coffin is opened for all to see. The whole village flocked to see this strange object. However, in less than 24 hours, the discovery was reported to the local authorities.

The fire brigade, the army, the militia, all confirmed the incident. At 2pm that day, a helicopter arrived to remove the coffin, the detection area was declared infectious and the audience was dispersed. The authorities then sealed off the site and quarantined everyone who touched the coffin, even those close by.

The story is told from the villagers. Very few people believe them, however, once you start digging deeper you will notice many strange details.

The coffin was moved into the helicopter, but because it was too heavy, they decided to take the liquid out to make it lighter. After pumping the liquid out of the coffin, the corpse began to darken right before their eyes.

So the liquid is poured back in, and the black color quickly disappears. After a minute, the woman’s cheeks were rosy again, and the body looked as fresh as a living person’s.

Five days later, an elderly professor from Novosibirsk arrived to report the preliminary results of their laboratory findings. The professor said the discovery would greatly upset our understanding of human history. When Soviet scientists announced their findings, the scientific world was shocked.

According to the professor, the age of the coffin is at least 800 million years old. This woman is older than the coal formed around her coffin. This completely disproved Darwin’s theory of evolution.

The theory of evolution really matters

To preserve the theory of evolution, some have suggested that she is an alien, but according to genetic analysis, the woman’s body has shown genetic unity with modern humans. “Today, our bodies are very similar to our ancestors 800 million years ago! There is no such thing as evolution!”, the scientists said.

The fabric she wore was completely different from what she wears today. Scientists also have not determined the composition of the pink-green liquid, some of its components have similar properties to onions and garlic.

Regarding the metal box, the professors have not made any comments, and it is still being studied. However, the scientific level of civilization at the time this woman lived was probably superior to ours today.

Darwin’s theory of evolution left too many holes:

Evolution is the gradual change of an organism’s body over time. Darwin once stated that all living things evolved from a common ancestor.

If Darwin’s theory is correct, we should be able to find evolutionary intermediate fossils when one species splits into two or more other species. And we will also be able to find new species formed in the wild.

In fact, they don’t happen at all and the story of “Princess Tisulsky” sends us a message that humanity has been around longer than what is written in the textbooks. The history of human existence is still very much a mystery.

Why are the villagers silent?

The indignation subsided when the Tisulsky area was suddenly surrounded by the army, and the police went door to door to eliminate “rebellious elements”  among the people. The area where the grave was found was carefully dug up and then filled with soil.

Despite the efforts of the authorities, some villagers stood up to fight for the truth. One resident even wrote to the Central Committee of the government, but died within a year (officially from heart failure)