This ‘800-Year-Old’ Mobile Phone Has Conspiracy Theorists Going Nuts


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I know what you’re thinking, that’s just some regular Nokia that survived a war or two. But is it? Really?
Has it crossed your mind that it could actually be a key artifact left behind when aliens visited some 800 years ago? No? Well then you haven’t been drinking enough, this Christmas.
The image of the 800-year-old phone has gone viral this week, with all kinds of crackpot theories emerging. The phone, which does have an uncanny resemblance to a phone from the 90s, was supposedly found during a dig in Salzburg, Austria earlier this year. Although weirdly some people are claiming it can be traced back to a Flickr post from 2012, what’s all that about? Just a government curve-ball trying to cover up the truth, obviously.

The keys on the phone have been likened to cuneiform – an early system of writing used by the ancient Sumerians of Mesopotamia (now Iraq). Following its discovery, YouTube channel Paranormal Crucible posted a video saying ‘What is it? Is it evidence of an advanced civilization or time travel?’
Some non-believers are saying that it’s all a hoax, but they haven’t seen this incredibly convincing YouTube video.

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