Everyone even remotely interested in extraterrestrials is searching for definitive proof, something tangible and real. So far, the concrete evidence remains elusive. Crop circle formations seem to be one example, yet mainstream scientists have yet to confirm their creation by otherworldly visitors.
Another example of real evidence could come from the remains of an ancient Sumerian woman, Queen Puabi. Could her DNA reveal that she was not entirely human? We’ll have to wait for the answer, as no test results are forthcoming.
A third example of evidence of otherworldly visitors could come from a beautiful sky-blue stone called Sky Stones. The matte-finish blue stone with white veins has been the subject of lore since the 90s. The story tells of a mysterious figure, a geologist named Angelo Pitoni who visited Sierra Leone in West Africa.
The unverified short version of the tale goes like this: in 1990, Italian geologist, Angelo Pitoni purchased strange blue stones from a Fula Chief in Sierra Leone in West Africa. The tribe claimed the stones came from extraterrestrial visitors from the sky.
Pitoni returned home to Europe and brought the mysterious rocks to a university for testing. The results showed the stones didn’t match any known mineral.
The researchers couldn’t explain why the stones retained a blue colour. When a small piece was pulverized and viewed under a microscope, there was no blue colour visible. Heating the stone to high temperatures would not alter the mineral. Acids would not break it down.
Further analysis showed that 77.17% of the stone was Oxygen. The remaining composition was Carbon, Calcium, and an unknown organic compound. The age of the Sky Stones may be as much as 55,000 years old.
Pitoni certainly existed, seen with his Sky Stones in photographs, but obtaining hard evidence of his life is all but impossible. Online stories could not be more bizarre, suggesting he was decorated with the American Silver Star, somehow involved with the CIA, a secret agent, an explorer in the Amazon jungles, and discoverer of a Mayan city.
Today, the story is regaining interest because of the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens” series and another man, American artist, and designer, Jared Collins. In “The Star Gods of Sirius,” Collins appears with a briefcase holding numerous samples of the Sky Stones. Finally, the mystery seems about to end, as reputable institutions test the stones.
Collins tried to obtain a sample of the blue material ever since he first saw it in 2013 in possession of a gem dealer in Hong Kong. The dealer told a strange story that the stones came from the sky and that he had a sample tested at GRS Swisslabs by Dr Preeti. After 15 months of waiting for the results, the doctor “couldn’t determine its composition and ended up returning it as unidentifiable.”
Intrigued, Collins tried to buy a sample, but the dealer refused. The American left empty-handed, but the story remained on his mind. He researched online and found out all about the strange tale of Angelo Pitoni and his stone made of oxygen. Collins couldn’t track down information on the man. Instead, he focused on getting his hands on a Sky Stone and obtaining real proof.
At Erich Von Daniken’s museum, the Mystery Park, in Interlaken, Switzerland, a sample remained on display, along with the statues representing the strange beings from the sky, the Nomoli. Unfortunately, the museum would not part with a sample of the stone.
As a last resort, Collins inquired with the same gem dealer in Hong Kong again. To his surprise, the dealer was receptive after a year had passed. The same sample tested at GRS Swisslabs was available if he wanted it. It arrived with a letter explaining the story of how it came to Hong Kong.
The gem dealer met an Italian man who sold gems in Auroville, India named Vijay. Later at a seminar in Italy, Vijay showed him a sample of a Sky Stone he had obtained from his friend, the same Angelo Pitoni. In correspondence with Collins, Vijay explained what happened and that he believed the stone came from the star Sirius B.
Collins found the story fascinating, but it was time to get the real proof he craved. He took the Sky Stone sample to the University of Washington Earth and Space Sciences division for testing on March 6, 2019. According to the story online: “To ensure that the testing was done impartially, he never told the University specifically what they were examining. Only that the material was purported to have fallen from the sky and was recovered under the ground.”
After years of travel and research, Collins verified that the Sky Stones are unlike anything on Earth.
It appears the Sky Stones are one of a kind. While not proof that extraterrestrial brought the stones to Earth, it’s still compelling hard evidence and food for thought. It’s also just one component of a much larger story about the African tribe and their beliefs about beings from the sky.