Enigmalite: A 100,000-year-old electrical plug lodged in rock?
Electrical engineer John J. Williams made a strange discovery in 1998: a kind of electrical plug protruding from the rock. Strange, he started digging, discovering that the connector was embedded in a small rock. Since then, this mysterious object has been known as “Enigmalite”.
The Enigmalito was discovered while hiking in a semi-desert area of North America, far from any human trace. Mr Williams declined to give the exact location of the find, fearing the site could be censored.
Enigmalite, ancient advanced technology?
The main feature is the electronic component embedded in a natural formation of solid granite, composed of quartz and feldspar. The component includes very low percentages of mica.
Due to the secrecy surrounding the discovery, its price has been put at $500,000. But the scientific community has described the Enigmalite as a hoax, manufactured solely for the fame and fortune of its owner.
Despite this, Mr. Williams explained that the block with the sheet is available to any researcher for analysis. Curiously, all mainstream experts refused to analyze it without any apparent explanation.
The discoverer also claimed to have consulted an engineer and a geologist to examine the rock. He determined that the electronic component embedded in the granite has no evidence of having been glued or soldered in any known manner.
Geological analyzes of the stone date it to be at least 100,000 years old, a technical impossibility according to the conventional understanding of mankind’s technological development.
Enigmalite, also known as “Petradox”, is compared by some researchers to an XLR connector or similar component. It has a weak magnetic attraction, as multimeter readings show a force close to that of an open circuit.
The 3 pin plug is in a matrix. The piece is 0.3 inches in diameter, does not appear to be organically made, not ceramic, plastic, rubber, or any other recognizable material.
Why do they refuse to study it?
Williams forbade breaking the sample, so they used X-rays for analysis. This revealed that the matrix component extends into an opaque internal structure within the rock.
While skeptics claim it is a hoax, the engineer assures the authenticity of the relic and the possibility that it may have belonged to a lost civilization thousands of years ago. He is also willing to allow scientists to authenticate the discovery.
Provided that he is present for all the tests.
Some believe that scientists are walking away from the sample for fear of what it might reveal, even though it might completely upend humanity’s historical record.
Despite the strong doubts expressed by scientific institutions, no one has been able to prove so far that Enigmalite is not genuine or that it is a product of current human science.
Analyze and scientifically validate the possibility that a man-made electronic component could have been trapped during the solidification of a rock around 100,000 years ago.
It could unmask a hoax or completely change the understanding of human history and technology on the planet in the distant past.