6 Famous Unsolved Mysteries Of The World

By Red Guy | Red-Guy | 2 May 2020


6 Famous Unsolved Mysteries Of The World

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1. Nazca Lines

It is located about 60 km between the cities of Nazca and Palpa in southern Peru. There is a long and mysterious line across the area which is known to the people as ‘Nazca Line’ or Nazca / Nasca lines. These lines are thought to have been drawn by the inhabitants of the Nazca civilization from 500 BC to 500 AD. Of these, more than 100 lines resemble geometric lines and more than 70 lines depict different animals, including flowers, birds, monkeys, spiders, and human heads. The largest of these lines is about 200 meters long. The line was first discovered in 1926 by Toribio Mehia Sispe, an archaeologist who visited the foothill hill. Note that due to this gigantic shape, these lines can only be clearly seen from the airway and the foothill hills.

Many theories have been created to discover the cause of this underlining. According to many, this giant line was created to attract the Creator. Many people think that in those days people tried to communicate with alien creatures and the reason for drawing these lines was so that they could see these lines and come down to earth. Many say that Nazkai is the oldest runway in the world, because many of the lines in it are similar to the lines drawn on the runway. Although there are many doctrines, so far no one has been able to reveal the real reason for drawing these delicate lines, and the lines remain a mystery.

2. The lost city is Atlantis

Atlantis, located in front of the Pillar of Hercules mentioned in the philosopher Plato's dialogue Timeaus, was the world's most powerful city in the tenth millennium (about 10,000 years ago today). After conquering most of Europe by naval power, the city was defeated by Athens and sank in the middle of the night! However, many believe that Plato was inspired by myths and war stories to create this mystery which has no truth.

3. Stonehenge

Almost all of the Windows XP users on computers are familiar with Stonehenge. According to experts, the pillar, located near Amesbury in Wiltshire, England, dates from 2000-3000 BC, dating to the Neolithic and Bronze Age. It has a number of giant standing stones in a circle and they are surrounded by earthen embankments. Inside this dam, there are 56 soil cavities. There are two more rows of holes in the rocks. The structure of the stones consists of two round rows of two round and two horseshoe shaped tubes. In addition, it has a number of separate stones known as the stone of the altar of worship or the stone of the slaughterhouse. Who or what established this pillar of perfect and complex structure, what is the reason behind its establishment, remains a mystery even in this twentieth century.

The signal surprised everyone as it showed the possibility of the existence of life outside the earth

4. Roanoke Colony

Towards the end of the sixteenth century, Queen Elizabeth established the Roanoke Colony on Roanoke Island (now part of North Carolina) for the permanent settlement of the British in North America. The story of this colony is very similar to that of Atlantis. The inhabitants of this colony suddenly disappeared after the Anglo-Spanish War, hence the name 'The Lost Colony'. Even in the twentieth century, it was not possible to know what happened to the inhabitants of that colony, how it happened, what was the reason for their sudden disappearance. For this reason, the Roanoke Colony is still a mystery to the people.

5. Wow! Signal

Wow! Wow! Signal is a narrowband wireless signal. The signal was captured on August 15, 1968, at the Big Air Radio Telescope at Ohio State University. Later, astronomer Jerry R. Ehman was overwhelmed when he analyzed the signal and wrote ‘Wow!’ Next to the computer printout from which the signal was named. Generally, such signals are not supposed to come from inside the solar system. The signal surprised everyone as it showed the possibility of the existence of life outside the earth. It lasted for 72 seconds but then the signal was no longer available.

 

6.Voynich manuscript and Rangorango

The Voynich Manuscript, written in a completely unknown language in the early 15th century, is the most mysterious manuscript in the world. It was collected in 1912 by Wilfried Voynich, a bookseller and manuscript collector. The manuscript is named after Voynich. Although some pages have been lost, the current version has about 234 pages, most of which are illustrated. Many of the descriptions of the manuscript contain information on the medicinal manuscripts of the time, the illustrations of the plants, and their possible uses. But so far no one was able to send in the perfect solution, which is not strange.

Another such mysterious glyph is found on the island of Rapa Nui (Easter in English and Isla de Pasqua in Spanish). The glyph, known as 'Rangorango', is thought to have been written about Moai, another mystery of Rapa Nui Island, but has yet to be deciphered. Moai is one of the many busts carved out of compressed volcanic rock in Rapa Nuidwip. Each statue is carved out of a single rock, each weighing 20 tons and 20 feet high. So far 7 moai have been reported, but currently 394 moai have been seen.

Source:

1.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazca_Lines

2.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantis

3.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/StonehengeStonehenge

4.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roanoke_Colony

5.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wow!_signal

6.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript

7.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rongorongo

 

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