The White Lady of Africa, also called Lady of Maali, is a gigantic female figure carved on Mount Loura, north of Guinea Conakry, near the borders of Senegal and Mali.

It is one of the “conflicting” discoveries because neither history nor official archeology have been able to place it in a certain period.

The Italian geologist Angelo Pitoni discovered this imposing rock painting in 1997, when he was looking for diamond deposits.

It has not been determined whether it was painted by the hand of man or is the result of erosion, although the latter seems unlikely since it is in a region with few winds and few abrasive particles capable of molding the granite cliff in which find.

The strange thing is that this colossus has a Caucasian face, very different from African facial features.

It has not been possible to date it accurately, which initially was estimated of 5,000 years old. But new analyzes seem to indicate the age of the surface sediments that could be as old as 25,000 years.

For science, the White Lady is an uncomfortable mystery, though too big to be hidden in a desk drawer.

As if that were not enough, this was not Pitoni’s only find; he made another sensational discovery: “the blue stones” or “stones of the sky.”

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According to the Institute of Natural Sciences in Geneva, the material of these stones is artificial, which implies that someone had to synthesize them in some unknown way thousands of years ago.

The only explanation that the Italian geologist Pitoni found was that the image of that goddess must have had some relation to the ancient civilization of Atlantis. The scholar deduced that some survivors of Atlantis took refuge in the western zone of Africa.

The White Lady of Africa would not be of this age, but would belong to a previous civilization, when this planet was inhabited by other types of beings.

The question remains: Why was such an important discovery not given any importance.

Source: BLes

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