The Dashka Stone, also known as the “Map of the Creator,” is a controversial artifact, which some believe to be the manual used by God to create the world. Some experts believe the stone map to be 120 million years old. This map definitely raise questions over ancient advance technology.
The Daksha Stone was found in the Ural mountains in Bashkortostan, Russia on July 21, 1999. The 907 kg stone was brought to Bashkir University, Russia, where it was inspected by Alexander Nikolayevich Chuvyrov, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Science, and his group.
While looking at the patterns on the Dashka Stone left the analysts astounded. Patterns displaying on the stone show an exceptionally exact geographical guide of Bashkortostan, Russia. It likewise demonstrates the area of Ufa, the capital of Bashkortostan precisely. As indicated by Chuvyrov, the map marks different water bodies, for example, dams, streams and water inlets. The exactness with which the guide or map is made and the indisputable viewpoint show that it was made from an ethereal or topographical view. That’s the reason it is also known as the “Map of the Creator.” Additionally, there are numerous inscriptions on the map which have not been deciphered or interpreted as of yet.
Another significant reality about the Daksha Stone is that it isn’t totally made of a solitary material. It is made of three layers. The primary layer is of concrete or an artistic compound dependent on dolomite, the subsequent layer is diopside glass enhanced with silicon, and the third layer is made of a calcium-porcelain combination. The three-layered organization of the Dashka Stone shows that it was alloyed and combined by an ancient builders with both profoundly specialized advance technology and culture levels. Some analysts believe that the stone isn’t fake as the layering of one mineral over another frequently happens in nature. As per them, the examples shaped over the stone is only a random, crystallographic impact.