The mysterious ‘Cueva de los Tayos’—home to a ‘lost’ ancient metallic library

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The cave is made up of massive blocks of stone which seem to have been cut out using some sort of advanced machinery tens of thousands of years ago. It features precision cuts and extremely well-polished surfaces which many authors believe are traces left behind by an advanced ancient civilization. Furthermore, it is said that the cave was home to a METALLIC LIBRARY. Some of the metallic plates recovered from the cave are said to have been on display at Father Crespi’s museum in Ecuador. The mysterious Cueva de Los Tayos—discovered in 1860—and named after a bird of the same name—Tayos/Oilbirds

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Born in 1964, business owner, from Woodbridge, VA, owns ExcitingAds! Inc. (http://www.excitingads.com) and blog (https://search.excitingads.com). He was born in Mirpurkhas, Sind, Pakistan. His elementary school was ST. Michael's Convent High School, Mirpurkhas, Sind, Pakistan. Graduated high school from ST. Bonaventure's Convent High School, Hyderabad, Sind, Pakistan. His pre-med college was S. A. L. Govt. College, Mirpurkas, Sind, Pakistan. Graduated from Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences, Jamshoro, Sind, Pakistan in 1990. Earned equivalency certification from Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, Philadelphia, PA in 1994.

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