Designs, possibly never seen before, were discovered on tablets during a Simon Fraser University dig.
“First of all where have you been digging?” asks Bruce.
The dig took place in the K’ómoks valley, says Jesse Morin, archaeologist with K’ómoks First Nation.
“We’ve been excavating at a major ancestral village site, one of their key ancestral village sites,” says Morin. “We found quite a surprise. A large collection of these beautifully carved pebbles and little stone tablets that were collected from the nearby rivers.”
An important part of the discovery, the tablets, believed to be 2,000 years old, had reoccurring designs on them.
The tablets had “a series of designs, maybe three or four designs that were repeated throughout the whole collection,” says Morin, adding that they are still trying to figure out the meaning behind the designs.
Bruce is convinced aliens were involved, Morin on the other-hand is searching for a logical way to explain the designs.