The mysterious wall, known as the Antediluvian wall of Texas is likely the most bizarre feature of the town of Rockwell. Many people firmly claim that the weird rock wall buried beneath the surface hides a lost ancient civilization of Texas.
The discovery of the Antediluvian wall happened over a century ago, still, manages to amaze many scientists. But, not until recently they knew that this wall might have belonged to a long-lost civilization which lived in the area.
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Texas owns a town named Rockwall. However, the vast majority of its inhabitants can’t explain how the town got its name.
It later turned out the town was named after the discovery of an unusual wall that came along with a giant skull.
As it was reported, the Antediluvian map is formed as an almost ideal rectangle. It measures 4 miles in width and 7 miles in length, covering an area of over 20 square miles.
The background behind the discovery of the Antediluvian wall.
Going back to the roots, there were three foreigners who came to this area in the past. T.U Wade, B.F Boydston and Mr. Stevenson formed a farming locality before anyone else managed to.
In 1852, T.U Wade and his family began construction work on their house on the east side of the Trinity River valley, just outside the western shore of present-day Rockwell. While working on the construction, he encountered a very rare yet peculiar stone structure.
Mr. Wade undertook further dig-ups and found a rock wall down beneath the ground. The wall was very long and came together with numerous stones which were extremely hefty to lift.
Eventually, at about thirty feet excavation, they decided to put an end to their effort in attempting to move the heavy stones out. They took the rest of the shaft outside the wall in order to build their well.
Then again, on those thirty feet, they discovered what turned out to be almost perfect rectangle opening in the wall. That crack is up until today famous as ‘the window’.
The shaft had a depth of about forty feet, however, they didn’t dig deeper in order to discover the potential bottom.
In 1949, Mr. Sanders of Fort Worth, Texas, decided to perform excavations at the wall.
He discovered four megalithic stones which weighed a few tons after their estimation at the surface.
In addition, one of the stones stood out of the others. This stone had weird inscriptions which strongly resembled pictographs.
In the last few decades, other excavations have been performed at the Antediluvian wall. Discoveries involved many doorways and passages within the wall.
The Dallas Morning News, in 1967, had a really interesting report.
“Back in the 1920’s, T.H. Meredith said a well was dug on his farm just east of the town of Rockwall, and Mr. Meredith declared that the digging went alongside a masonry wall which seemed to have an arch over a doorway or window.”
Furthermore, excavations revealed weird metal rings which had Tin, Titanium and Iron compounds within the rock.
“The exposed wall is quite spectacular to see first hand and determining its origin, genesis, and age invokes some exciting research opportunities that can certainly advance our understanding of this type of phenomena.”
Strangely, scientists couldn’t determine the specific process which helped to form this characteristic.
“A systematic and detailed study of a section of the wall has the potential to expand our knowledge and reveal new data not considered heretofore,” said Randall Moir, Ph.D. Archaeologist from Dallas, Texas.
According to James (Bud) Shelton, a geologist, Rockwall is a good way to test experiment with our abilities to examine Newtonian Mechanistic assumptions that no one altered for 150 years.
“These two theories are currently undergoing radical revision behind the scenes because of new discoveries that do not fit that paradigm. We would do well to embrace the new physics to help us explain things that we have swept under the rug for too long before we lose all credibility,” stated Shelton.
More excavations are coming on their way since this strange formation is worth examining.
Josh Reeves commenced a fundraiser to collect means to conduct his own archaeological excavation on the Antediluvian wall.
His object is to dig up more portions of the wall while filming every step of the process. This will potentially reveal a long-lost civilization the world has no clue about it yet.