A 10,000 year old statue believed to be twice as old as the Pyramids of Egypt has been sent to Germany for research.
Covered with Mesolithic symbols, archaeologists believe the 2.8 metre high statue is one of the most important discoveries in recent history.
The statue with seven faces has the potential to rewrite our history books and ways of thinking, as researchers say the coded messages on it contain information about the creation of the world and the origins of human beings.
At present, the Shigir Idol is located at the Yekaterinburg History Museum, the lack of funds has prevented researchers from proper testing for age of this historical treasure. The statue represents a unique, live and very complicated example of history, it is a very rare finding, and without a doubt one of Europe’s most important findings in years.
According to experts, this time capsule has coded messages that talk about the creation of the world. It is covered with encrypted information that researchers have not decoded. It will take time and patience to decipher what this statue has to tell.
Svetlana Savchenko the head of the department that studies the idol in the historical museum of Yekaterinburg, concludes that a straight line present on the surface of the Shigr idol actually represents the ground or horizon, the boundary between heaven and earth, water and sky, or boundary between the worlds. Uwe Hoysner, from Berlin Archaeological Institute said: ‘The Idol is carved from larch, which, as we see by the annual rings, was at least 159 years old.
‘There is no such ancient sculpture in the whole of Europe. Studying this Idol is a dream come true’, said Professor Thomas Terberger, of the Department of Cultural Heritage of Lower Saxony.
‘The samples we selected contain important information about the isotopes that correspond to the time when the tree grew.’
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