Table of contents:
- Friend of the indians
- Collection content theories
- Collection of Padre Crespi ("golden tablets" by Father Crespi)
Padre Crespi has been collecting ancient artifacts for over 50 years. It contained mysterious gold plates with drawings that could contain information from the “mysterious metal library. After the death of Crespi, traces of the collection are lost.
Friend of the indians
The story of Padre Crespi is one of the most mysterious of all stories telling about the legacy of unknown civilizations, mysterious artifacts, a huge number of gold objects with images of strange figures and symbols belonging to Sumerian and other unknown languages. The mysteries that surround this story once again prove the desire to hide the truth from the public.
Carlos Crespi was born in Milan in 1891 and died in 1982. He was a Salesian monk who dedicated his life to worship, messiahship and love. For over 50 years he lived in the small town of Cuenca, Ecuador, where he came as a young man to collect data for the exhibition. He had many talents, he was:
- a musician.
He opened a school and organized an orchestra. Through his missionary work, he became a loved and respected person for the native Indians, whose tribes considered him a true friend.
Padre Crespi with Indian children
In gratitude for the work and assistance to the local population, the indigenous people presented ancient artifacts to Father Crespi. They said that many items were found in the underground caves of the jungle of Ecuador in the vicinity of 200 km from the town of Cuenca. Some amazing artifacts presented to him bore a resemblance to the civilizations of the East and the Old World. Over time, they accumulated so much that it was possible to fill a large museum. Rumor has it that the padre kept them in his house, and they occupied more than one room, but the exact location has not been revealed, and remains unknown to this day.
Padre Crespi received permission from the Vatican to open a museum at the Salesian School of Cuenca, which became the largest museum until 1960 in Ecuador. Crespi suggested that there was a connection between the artifacts in his collection and the ancient civilizations of Babylon and Sumer. Among the exhibits were gold or gilded tablets with drawings and symbols, the information on which no one studied or deciphered. After a while, the museum burned down, possibly due to arson, and most of the artifacts were destroyed. Only a few of them were saved by Padre Crespi. After the death of Crespi, all the exhibits became inaccessible to the public. Some were rumored to have been transported to the Vatican.
Padre Crespi and the disappeared artifacts
Collection content theories
Padre Crespi believed that most of the ancient artifacts contained symbols from a language older than the flood. Researcher Richard Wingate noted that the collection included Assyrian, Egyptian, Chinese and African artifacts. Neil Armstrong, the first man to visit the moon, was a member of an expedition organized in 1976 by the British military in the caves of Ecuador.
There are theories that the caves were hidden treasures of Atlantis, a disappeared continent that preceded all known civilizations, and maybe the artifacts contained information transmitted from space. The treasures were in the form of a "metal library", the information was stored on metal plates similar to those which the Indians gave to Father Crespi.
Exhibits from the collection of Padre Crespi
The age and origin of the artifacts from the collection of Padre Crespi remains unknown, and the fact that they all disappeared and are hidden from researchers makes it impossible to further study them.It is even difficult to imagine how important discoveries for archeology and our knowledge of human origins could reveal to the world the treasures of this collection. It is possible that artifacts from the mysterious library of underground caves in Ecuador could change the course of history forever.
Collection of Padre Crespi ("golden tablets" by Father Crespi)
The Temple of Saint Mary of Auxiladora in Ecuador in Cuenca is called the Church of the Beggars. His parishioners are of little interest in the history of human development and Darwin's theory of evolution. Perhaps for this, few people know about what is stored down there in the basement of the temple.
And the famous collection of Padre Crespi is kept in the basement of the temple. The Padre Crespi collection consists of rectangular plates of silver and gold, engraved with strange patterns. Scientists estimate the age of the finds at 3.5 thousand years. Padre Crespi brought them to Cuenca from Silvia from the Indians, among whom he lived for many years as a missionary. However, the Salesian Fathers immediately became interested in the collection, and the plates were ordered to be removed.
Unfortunately, by order of the Salesians, the plates were taken out of the country. But Padre Crespi, in order to preserve these cultural objects in the city, organized the production of their copies. They were made by experienced craftsmen, under his strict scientific guidance. Unfortunately, not all of the plates had time to be copied, but even the smallest part that could be saved explained the reason for the fear of the Salesian fathers.
The drawings on the plates undermined all ideas about the history of mankind. Some of the plates were unusual in their design. For example, there is a plate of an Indian with an elephant, which is very strange, because in Ecuador there are no, and never have been, elephants. How does modern science explain this incredible neighborhood? And not how! And this is especially strange given the fact that there have never been elephants, not only in Ecuador, but throughout the American continent as a whole.
Perhaps serious historians and archaeologists simply do not know about this ancient tablet. Among the parishioners of the church of beggars in distant Ecuador, there are probably no doctors of science either. But the temple of St. Mary of Auxiladora is far from the only place that keeps mysteries of this kind.