Out-of-place artifacts
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Out-of-place artifacts


Out-of-place artifacts are usually ancient artifacts, sometimes found in unusual places, or too advanced for their time, or demonstrating the human presence before they were known to exist.


Examples of Out-of-place artifacts (OOPArts) are:

Dogū Statues from Ancient Japan

Dogū Statues from Ancient Japan


Dogū are clay figurines ranging in height from 10 to 30 cm, dating back to the Jōmon period, the first identifiable period of Japanese history. They appear humanoid but certainly not human and the clothing they wear is reminiscent of space suits and technological objects... Do they provide evidences of extraterrestrial contacts in Japan's ancient past? continue reading