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  1. Alexander Rogers
    October 13, 2018

    Sooooooo, I can’t find any reports anywhere on the scientific analysis done on this horse? Not being funny, but if it turned out to be an error, and it’s a 50s durka donkey or whatever, that’s fine. Bit what is concerning, and I feel it damages.your integrity, is if you now know that to be the case, and Truth is your main aim, surely it’s better just to say so. Be honest and say “we got it wrong”, but to say nothing instead, would suggest that your are NOT follow g the evidence, and indeed have some other agenda. Just saying guys.

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    • evstrong
      May 2, 2019

      We do know of something like that being made in India but dont know whether is the inspiration or copy. There are reasons to think both ways. The point to bare in mind is no article has been written since that is linked to that artefact. For now we sit in the middle because the site has other archaeology that is legitimate. We are not being cagey or hypocritical, the jury is still out.

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  2. Geraldine
    January 28, 2018

    After watching your doco,s . I have had some faith restored. There is a place I think you should see. Before it is hidden from the public or destroyed.

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  3. IJ
    December 29, 2017

    If you revealed to us the exact location the answer may be obvious. This item has been cut in half, not cast that way, and is of Dhokra origin from about 60 years ago.

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  4. Michael Ellis
    August 9, 2017

    Metal ooparts from around the world have been ignored explained away and covered up by established Archaeology. I have discovered the ancient civilization in America that was part of an ancient Global civilization who were scattered into all the world at the time of Babel in the historical record of the Christian bible. This ancient civilization was the most advanced civilization that ever lived. This Babel civilization created and used all metals in Paleolithic times. After 15 Yrs of research and collecting highly advanced artifacts I have recently created a website to show absolute artifact proof of this ancient advanced civilization. You can read my story and see artifacts that will change the world’s view of ancient man.
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  5. Kevin Kipp
    March 31, 2017

    I looked around the net for Bankura Donkey and Bankura Horse. Several similar pieces to this find, but none in profile single sided cast. Has carbon dating of organic material been done? What was the result of the metallurgy investigation?

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  6. Dr Ray Kerkhove
    September 4, 2016

    Hi guys

    I think it’s actually a piece of 1950s-1960s Bankura (Bengal) Indian folk art – made for tourists – it perfectly fits the classic shape of the “Bankura donkey” including the lack of tail, type of saddle, long neck. They were made of whatever amalgam of metals – cast off – could be found and often lost wax and one sided like this. I was trying to send you some photos so you can see for yourselves but it doesn’t paste – email me and I’ll send you. Otherwise google images “Bankura horse” “Bankura donkey”

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    • evstrong
      September 6, 2016

      Hi Dr Ray, just sent u an email, look forward to seeing the pictures, Cheers Evan & Steve

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    • Kevin Kipp
      March 31, 2017

      I would like to see the photos you have found. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

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  7. Dan
    July 10, 2016

    Hello,

    Is there an update on the composition of the metal yet?

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    • evstrong
      July 10, 2016

      its coming very soon

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  8. Elderly R. Staff
    April 16, 2016

    I would be most interested in the site. Precise and GEOLOGICALLY accurate details. I will explain later. Also metallurgy needs to be done. If this is what I think – a genuine pre-Flood toy – it is of very great significance.

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    • Kevin Kipp
      March 31, 2017

      Greetings. I would like to know if the geological information and or metallurgy findings were ever sent to you. Thank you for your help in this matter.

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  9. Carol Murra
    March 24, 2016

    As a minor point, the headset on the animal appears to be a halter rather than a bridle. This might indicate that there is no space in the animal’s dentures for a bit, as there is on a horse. This is a poor depiction of a horse, which might mean the statue is done from memory. Ears can be seen from the rear view, but there is little space for the eye. A horse does have a long neck, which they cannot stretch straight up like a llama. Perhaps it is sculpted from someone else’s description. I wonder if the Maori would have any ideas.

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  10. Johnny Pink
    March 23, 2016

    Why this remarkable find could be so quickly dismissed by the academic world as being anything worthy of interest is in the phrase “Negative dissonance” …YEP it once again comes to mind in respect of the many finds that your team brings to light. Commonsense underpinning the rationale based upon the evidence surely sais that the artifact stands that it is of great worth to our Nations historical record. Negative Dissonance will always act to dismiss remarkable things! How to get beyond this mindset I suggest is all part of your teams everyday (%$#^ em) ongoing task. If our human experience was kept to the annals of the record keepers I suggest that the very concept of our evolution and our ever increasing capacity to invent etc could not arise beyond stagnation. The academic world are not at fault,I.E: if a street is not on the street map, the logic is it cannot exist. Nothing to do I put to you, but keep gathering the evidence and publishing in areas not bordered by convention, until so much evidence exists, that all must be then accepted is my totally unqualified opinion. the thing about perception is if something markedly conflicts with ones view of the world then evidently one is unable to see it’s purpose and therefore recognize its value. Content and context.. Get a carbon date on the object a readout of the material and an idea of its construction and maybe an idea of where it was made may arise. Cheers Johnny

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