The latest in a mysterious streak Monolith To capture the imagination of science fiction fans Around the world, it had an unexpected ending In the Democratic Republic CongoIn Africa, when a roundabout was set on fire in the Pandal district, in the capital, Kinshasa, According to videos circulating on social media.
The Monolith, Which is just over three and a half meters high, appeared in the Republic Congo Sunday morning And a crowd of curious onlookers Were taken Selfie They discussed its possible origins. Videos Posted on social media and showed By destroying the building with sticks and then setting it on fire.
Beside that Monolith In the Democratic Republic CongoOthers have also appeared in:
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These structures He raised conspiracy theories and comparisons With th Monolith From the movie 2001: Space Flight (1968), by British American nationalist director Stanley Kubrick. In the aforementioned film, Prof. Monolith from another planet It is a repeating symbol that appears to be playing a role In human evolution.
Monolith at Congo
“We woke up and saw this metal triangle. It surprised us because it is a triangle that we see often in documentaries about the Masons or the Illuminati.”
Serge Evolo, a citizen of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Congo.
In August, Prof. An unknown flying object was released He parachuted into the dense woods in the north of the country, briefly baffling local authorities, who detained two people for questioning. Even a subsidiary of the parent company Google’s Alphabet confirmed the device was an internet hotspot.
This time again Extraterrestrial interference seemed minimal Possible: Residents of the Democratic Republic Congo They said they saw people dig a hole in the roundabout on Saturday. Mayor Thierry Ghebeni said, “It’s Sunday In the morning I got a call when I was playing sports to tell me that they found something strange. This is cultural, it is unusual. “
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