Inscrutable things are difficult to understand, causing people to feel curious and confused. They say intuition is the highest form of intelligence. Some things are inscrutable when viewed though a logical lens. One has to let go of logic and surrender to intuitive intelligence to understand mysteries beyond human comprehension.
A Few Inscrutable Things
Assembly Language – A low level computer programming language that is quite challenging to master. They say if you can play the piano you can learn it.
Grays – The extraterrestrials everyone is talking about.
Reptilians – The aliens everyone is talking about.
Anunnaki – The Deities everyone is talking about.
The Pyramids – Hundreds of thousands of books, documentaries, theories have been made about how the pyramids were built. However none of these explanations have been universally accepted or proven.
Voynich Manuscript – A 15th century mysterious medieval manuscript that linguists and scientists can’t decipher to this day. None of the countless explanations and theories about this manuscript are universally accepted.
Twitter Trolls – One of the biggest mysteries, nobody knows why they do the things they do.
Codex Gigas aka The Devil’s Bible – A 13th century manuscript with clouded origins.
HAARP – High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. Officials say: ionospheric research program. Conspiracy Theorists say: secret program to change the weather and cause earthquakes. The program is now discontinued or so they say.
Atlantis – Lost island.
Lost Continent Mu – Lost continent.
Death of Kendrick Johnson – 17-year-old Kendrick Johnson was found dead inside a rolled up wrestling mat in the gymnasium of Lowndes High School in Valdosta, in the U.S. state of Georgia. The case sounds simple but if you research beyond what the officials say it gets really creepy.
Kryptos – A large sculpture on the grounds of the Central Intelligence Agency office with four encrypted messages. Three have been solved.
Georgia Guidestones – A mysterious monument erected in 1980 containing 10 guidelines or commandments.
Shroud of Turin – A linen cloth with shrouded origins kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, northern Italy. It is said to have belonged to Jesus. This has been the subject of many debates. Radiocarbon dating tests say it is from the middle ages.
Rongorongo – Mysterious and beautiful undecipherable writings found on wooden objects from Easter Island.
The Purpose of Stonehenge – To this day there has been no universally accepted explanation for the purpose of the prehistoric monument known as Stonehenge
DB Cooper – Name of the man who allegedly hijacked the Boeing 727 plane and stole $200,000 and escaped by parachute never to be seen again.
Nazca Lines – A series of huge elaborate geometric patterns and distinct animal designs drawn into the ground of the Nazca Desert, in southern Peru. Images are said to be from 500 BC to 500 AD, they go from simple to complex.
Area 51 – highly classified secret facility.
Wow! Signal – A strong narrowband radio signal from outerspace received in 1977 by Ohio State University’s Big Ear radio telescope. Some say the signal was sent by aliens.
Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion and The Ark of the Covenant – Ethiopia’s most important church which is claimed to house the original Ark of the Covenant that Moses carried with the Israelites during the Exodus. They have been guarding it for ages.
Aluminum Wedge of Aiud – Aluminum Wedge that was found alongside prehistoric elephant bones that have been dated as old as 2.5 million years ago which is a mystery because aluminum was difficult to create up to the 19th century.
The Real Pythagoras Occult Teachings – This is not on the internet.