Mystery Type: Artefact
Mystery Name: Padre Crespi Collection – Unknown inscriptions
Place Name: Cuenca
Quote from EvD’s book: History is wrong!
For fifty years, the Catholic diocese was looked after by a certain Father Carlo Crespi. He enjoyed a reputation as a friend of the Indios and even during his lifetime the folk of Cuenca regarded him as a saint. Father Crespi died in 1982 and the people built a monument in his name that is, to this day, decorated every day with fresh flowers. What was so special about this padre? He listened to the Indios: for hours, or even days if need be. He won their trust and helped them out in all sorts of difficult situations.
The Indios expressed their gratitude by showering gifts upon the kindly preacher. Religious artifacts of the kind that aren’t exactly approved of by the Catholic Church; artifacts that their families had kept hidden from the white men for hundreds of years. Father Crespi initially placed the objects against the wall of his inner courtyard. But as their number increased, he was forced to start piling them up in a shed behind the church. The flow of gifts, however, didn’t let up and Crespi was forced to open up two further rooms in which he piled up some of the most amazing treasures that I have ever seen. Pictures 7–12 Scientists have never really thoroughly examined Father Crespi’s treasures.
Who built it?, For what purpose has it been built?
Type: Ingredible Collection
|Mystery Name||Mystery Type|
|Rongorongo – writings on wooden tablets||Artefact|
|Erich von Däniken||History is wrong!||https://www.amazon.de/History-Is-Wrong/dp/B00NTOQ0IK/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1517678263&sr=8-1&keywords=history+is+wrong&linkCode=ll1&tag=wwwdanikencom-21&linkId=fc5d8d9e8ccb5cb417b1e23ead00b634|
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