Did you know that there are mysterious tracks called “cart tracks” all over Southern Europe. From Turkey, to Italy, to Malta, to Spain, these tracks are embedded into the rock hard surface land features, some even going up and down at a nearly vertical angle.
What are these tracks and how were they made? One researcher believes that they were made by self-powered vehicles, the size of automobiles traveling on the wet soggy ground of Southern Europe 14 million years ago. If he is right, this means that intelligent life existed on planet Earth an extremely long time ago and that they were not human.
Russian Geologist Dr. Alexander Koltypin of Moscow’s International Independent University of Ecology and Politology has dated the cart tracks of the Phrygia Valley of Turkey to between 12 to 14 million years old. He claims that the tracks are preserved in petrified volcanic ash that was wet soft when the the tracks were made. He believes the tracks were made by heavy off road vehicles because tracks are parallel and are about the with of a car or truck and the sides of the tracks have scratches made by axels.
On the island of Malta, in San Gwann, a suburban town of 14,000 people near Slienna and St. Julian, similar ruts (tracks) were also discovered that are assumed to be pre – Punic Bronze Age (2300 – 1000 BC) that look like the rock was sliced. They are considered strange because there are only two pair of ruts bisected by hollowed out lines. The area also exhibits few green flower pedals that also adds to the strangeness.
In Tlaxcala, Mexico there are parallel groves with a depth of 40 cm of lengths of 90 cm to 9 meters that run East to West. These groves are also unexplained.
All of these ruts, groves, and tracks are too perfect to be of natural origin and add additional evidence for the existence unknown ancient civilizations around the world.