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800 year old mobile shaped object found in Austria? | What is the truth?

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800 year old mobile in Nokia model, is it an alien device?

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Archaeologists are still struggling to gather enough evidence before reaching the final conclusions about the location of the Nokia cell phone, which was used 800 years ago in Austria. These recordings have been circulating in Tamil social media for the last 6 years.

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According to the Facebook post, “Following the discovery of a cell phone similar to the one used in Austria 800 years ago, suspicions have been raised as to whether it was used by aliens.
Archaeologists in Austria have unearthed a mysterious object from the earth a few days ago.
The fact that it looks like a cell phone used in modern times has raised various doubts among researchers. It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring.
Character symbols on what are considered to be 13th century objects are now common in Iran or Iraq. Some researchers studying the discovery believe that it may have been used by aliens and that it may be a design message that predicts what the cell phone will look like hundreds of years from now.
Some of these researchers have questioned whether time travel was somehow possible with the discovery of this mysterious object. However, archaeologists are still struggling to gather enough evidence before reaching the final conclusions about the exact 800-year-old discovery.” has been spreading for the last 6 years.

On September 26, 2020, they posted an article on the GizBot Tamil Facebook page based on information spread 6 years ago. In the article, he said: However, the source, to The Death Media, said that the report did not provide a clear explanation, but unfortunately did not provide much information about the sensational discovery.
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The rumor that “archaeologists have unearthed a cell phone-shaped object 800 years ago in Austria” has gone viral, including conspiracy theory websites Conspiracy club, To the Death Media, and UFO Sighting daily. But, they were only sharing the story with the photo without evidence.
As early as 2016, some websites were spreading rumors that an 800-year-old object had been found in Austria. On January 21, 2016, the huffingtonpost published an article entitled “Ancient Babylonian Cellphone Is Not Ancient, Babylonian Nor A nokia”.
“The truth behind this controversial story: German artist Carl Weingartner created this clay object in 2012 with ancient Sumerian writings. Carl Weingartner has been selling such products through the internet. This is called “Babylonokia” on Facebook. He did not know why some websites spread false news. He is angry about this.
This photo has been used without my knowledge and without my permission. I have no faith in UFOs and aliens at all, ”Carl Weingartner told the Huffingtonpost.
In an article published in robscholtemuseum.nl in 2018 in Dutch, an interview is published about Carl Weingartner’s work of art. In it, he has taken photos of the works of art created and published them on his Facebook page. It was supposed to be like an archeological discovery, while at the same time saying that I thought everyone would understand it as a joke. He sent the photo to Nokia’s marketing manager, but they refused. Shortly afterwards, Carl Weingartner quit his job and left the company. He also removes photos of his works from the Internet. ” Accompanying it is an article page with a photo of Carl Weingartner. Not created on the cell phone model towards viral artwork. In contrast, Ericsson is said to have taken the print of the SH888 model.
Carl Weingartner’s Facebook posts provided as a source on some websites showed that they are currently deleted. The reason is that he himself has deleted those records. However, I was able to find photos of Art Replik’s artwork on Flickr.
A 1-minute video has been released on the YouTube channel Karl Weingaertner showing that “Babylonphone” was featured on the BBC One Show, which aired on January 17, 2017. A photo of the cellphone and a photo of Carl Weingartner are shown at the video.

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In our search, the news spread as that Nokia had found a mobile-shaped object 800 years ago during excavations in Austria was a rumour. Being in the photo can be understood as a work of art by Carl Weingaertner.

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