The Dorchester Pot: A 600 Million Year Old Artifact

If it looks like a dog, and acts like a dog, then it is must not be a dog.  Does this make sense?  Of course not because it would be illogical to come to this conclusion.  Well, this is just how mainline academics, particularly archaeologists, come to their conclusions about a famous mysterious artifact called “the Dorchester Pot”.

What is this artifact?  It is a metal vase-like object that was discovered in 1852 at the Meeting House in Dorchester near Boston in the United States. The Dorchester Pot was found in two pieces after the explosion and measures 4.5 inches high, 6.5 inches in diameter at its base and 2.5 inches in diameter at the top. The object was reported in both a local paper, the Boston Transcript and in the June 5, 1852 issue of Scientific America.

The object was blasted out of pudding stone (Conglomerate) that is part of the Roxbury Conglomerate 15 feet below the surface.  The Roxbury is estimated to have formed 593 to 570 million years ago.

However, archaeologists cannot accept this possibility that this artifact is this old so they reject it “out of hand”.  No one wishes to heed the work of unorthodox researchers and face up to the amazing implications of this discovery.  That is, that there existed in North America an advanced civilization, one with the ability to work metals.

Well, what is the “truth” about this object? The archaeologists Keith Fitzpatrick- Matthews and James Doeser on their “Bad Archaeology” website view this object as a Victorian styled candlestick.  Italian debunker Biagio Catalano views as nearly identical in decorations and shape to an Asiatic Indian pipe holder in Munbai.

Michael Cremo, a nonorthodox researcher, believes this artifact to be evidence of ancient metal workers in North America over 600 million years ago.

So, who is correct? How do we decide?  Mainline academics just cannot accept the extreme age of the artifact.  Let’s face it.  If they do then they have to alter all their theories and re-write their archaeology books.

Is there a way we can find a solution?  Yes!  You see that the Mexican Government released photos of artifacts found in Mexico.  These photos we made public in 2012 after being kept secret for 80 years.  What we notice after looking closely at the artifacts is that they indicate a civilization at the time of the supercontinent of Rodina, between 900 to 750 million years ago.

This changes everything. It means that a date of 600 million years for the “Dorchester Pot” is possible. It also means that mainline academic understanding of evolution and the origin of people is seriously flawed.

Our research, written elsewhere on this blog supports this extreme date for civilization on Earth and the very real possibility that this “Dorchester Pot” is upwards of 600 million years old.

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About black2tell

Author, speaker, and researcher of various unexplained mysteries including lost civilizations, human origins, religious mysteries, and UFOs. Mr. Black is available for speaking engagements.
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One Response to The Dorchester Pot: A 600 Million Year Old Artifact

  1. Richard Green says:

    I’ve read a lot about Oopa like the The Dorchester Pot and the one point that keeps coming to mind is: Are any of our scientific dating methods actually accurate? I read somewhere recently that the land slips caused by Mt. St. Helens is already causing a coal bed (of sorts) being laid down. I don’t have a photographic memory, but I’m sure I read something along those lines. I’ve also heard of miners finding a single petrified tree growing through multiple layers of coal beds, supposedly millions of years apart. It just makes me wonder if our whole dating system is useless. I agree that there has probably been multiple pinnacles of human technology over the eons, possibly with technology far advanced and earth friendly (unlike our own). Possibly leaving little impact on the world at large after it perished. Kindest Regards. Richard, Australia.

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