“Ancient” Black Silo Framed in White Limestone Formation

Posted by Chris Parker
Dec 05 2005

Here at s8int.com, we have no idea whether this story is true, or assuming that it is true, what the object in fact is. We have to say this because of recent letters we’ve received; this article was not written by anyone at s8int.com. Having done what we could to verify that the story “might” be true, (certain individuals and or locations mentioned in the story actually do or did exist) we’ve simply provided an opportunity for readers to consider it and decide for themselves what it might mean.

It would certainly have interesting implications if in fact a huge manmade “silo” was actually encased in limestone, though wouldn’t it?–A pre-flood artifact?


“I froze in amazement – there stands something like a large, black silo framed in white limestone formations. It is a glass- smooth flank of a seemingly man-made structure. Even the thought of a tower-sized artifact embedded in rock in the middle of an obscure mountain is bewildering.” – Antonin T. Horak diary – October 23, 1944

DISCOVERY OF THE ARTIFACT: From the WW II diary of Antonin Horak

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4 Responses

  1. crypto Z says:

    Hmmm… I say we form a “Saint dot com Fact Verification Exploration Team” and go find this thing ourselves. It would be a great great adventure and we could learn alot.

    Anyone want to support us?

    (I am only partly joking… what would happen if we actually went?)

  2. crypto Z says:

    Besides, it isn’t too far from that Bosnian pyramid that s8int reported on. I see no reason why a localized civilization couldn’t have existed in that area especially seeing that Ararat is not to far off either.

  3. joe says:

    Unfortunately, it is not that easy. The cave is located on protected government land, and over the last 50 years there has been a collapse that prevents access to the inner chambers. It would require a major expedition with heavy equipment and full government sanction to excavate. Bummer.

  4. joe says:

    The link for the original site has changed. It is now here:

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