Enigmatic stone balls in Serbia
Report by Gabriela Lukacs, 14 Dec.08 www.european-pyramids.eu
In 1974 a huge stone sphere was found in Serbia. 102 cm diameter, made of tuff stone or porphyr. In 2001 a group of researchers discovered 10 more balls, 6 full and 4 half balls. On the 1974 stone ball they detected inscription marks which match with the star constellation of Cepheus and Cygnus. Pls.read full report. http://www.aob.bg.ac.yu/paob/75/pdf/333-336.pdf
The Povlen ball is a spherical rock discovered accidentally in 1974 near the Mravinjci village in the Povlen mountain near the Valjevo town in Serbia, Yugoslavia. What makes this sphere interesting, besides its shape which is rare in nature, are the signs carved into it. There was some public interest in this ball, but few scientific papers about it. There is the need to protect this unique cultural monument, because of the possible astronomical meaning of the signs on it.
Size: diameter 102 cm, weighing approx. 3 tons