Is a 12,000-year-old skull with a microchip implant discovered by divers?
A group of divers recently dived in the Sak-Aktun cave system on the Yucatan Peninsula. There, they found 12,000-year-old human skeletons.
An expert archaeologist, Guillermo de Anda, believed that a human skull encased in limestone was discovered in one of the caves. It’s rainwater to blame, according to scientists.
Many of these bones, according to many historians, belong to the Mayan Indians who descended there in search of water. The researchers found the skull mentioned above to be incredibly interesting, but after further study, they decided to avoid talking about it.
Furthermore, a Mexican journalist named Pedro Sanche claimed to have received confidential information from an informant, claiming that the skull actually contained an artificial implant.
Although experts initially assumed it was just a regular metal plate embedded in the brain, it turned out to be something else entirely. It was a microchip inserted more than 12,000 years ago, according to Sanche.
As the whole matter is known to be top secret, no one knows who inserted the microchip into the Mayan’s head or what the consequences of this revelation are.