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What exactly do they mean? These questions immediately appeared in my mind and could not be removed.

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I looked at the environment around me and found that I was standing in a cave hall of about thirty or forty square meters. The four walls of the cave are uneven and the surface is pitted, which seems to be a natural cave. If it wasn't for Jenny and their lighting, it would be pitch black. And the temperature here feels relatively low, and from time to time you can feel a faint cold blowing in your face. I looked at everyone and asked, "I don't know what happened just now. I felt like I was in a strange space. All my consciousness was out of my control." Yes, I have talked about this problem with Dunzi and a Bao just now. It seems that we all have this strange feeling. It's not just you. Jenny answered with a smile after listening to my words. I listened and nodded. Then I turned my eyes to Dunzi and asked, "Well, there's not much danger here, is there?" "At present, it seems that it is relatively safe for the time being, after all,ceramic bobbin heater core, it is only near the entrance of the cave.". But it's not clear if you go any further. A Bao turned his head and looked into the depths of the ancient cave, and answered with a slight doubt. Then Dunzi opened his mouth and said, "As expected by Ah Bao before, there is not always a bright light here.". Only when the entrance of the ancient cave is opened, the unknown light source of the ancient cave will suddenly emit a strong white light. I nodded and said,Ceramic Band Heater, "It's good that we don't have to wear this heavy glass mask all the time." 48. Sky Map Murals With that, I stuffed the glass mask into my backpack, looked around again, and then said, "OK, everyone should be vigilant from now on. Let's go to the depths of the ancient cave to have a look." Everyone listened and nodded, so the leopard tidied up his equipment and took the lead in walking to the depths of the ancient cave on the right. Medulla Tetrapanacis leading to the depths of the ancient cave is an irregular circle with a diameter of about two to three meters. The surface and top of the passage are covered with stone bells and stalagmites of various shapes and sizes, which is a typical natural karst cave. Judging from the thick stalactites, alumina c799 ,ceramic igniter electrodes, the cave has been formed for at least hundreds of thousands of years. It's incredible that there is such a limestone cave under this dusty and sandy earth forest. The leopard said in surprise as he held up the wolf's eyes and led the way. The world is so big that there are all kinds of strange things. In order to trace the mystery of immortality in Xuanjing, are there few strange things we have encountered along the way? Dunzi followed me and answered nonchalantly. It's about a hundred meters ahead. A Bao, who was walking in the front, suddenly stopped. What's the matter? Asked Jenny, who was following closely behind him. When Dunzi and I saw Ah Bao's unusual behavior, we also felt something was wrong and hurried around to check it out. At this time, I saw a leopard did not say anything. He just raised his right hand and pointed forward with the light of the wolf's eye flashlight. Following the beam of the wolf-like flashlight, I looked ahead to the left. On the wall of this natural cave, some unknown pigments were used to depict many strange and complex graphic symbols. The symbols, either round or square, take on various irregular shapes. There are also some text-like symbols marked next to these geometric figures. Because of the huge number. It occupies almost the left half of the stone wall of the cave passage. So it suddenly looks spectacular at first glance. What are those things? Dunzi said to himself. As I stared at the mysterious cave paintings, I answered him softly, "I don't know, maybe it's the totem murals of the aborigines in ancient times." With that, I couldn't help walking towards the huge rock paintings, trying to take a closer look. A Bao and others are naturally as curious as I am about those huge rock murals. Seeing that I walked past alone, he followed me closely. In front of those rock paintings. I examined the murals carefully by the white light of the wolf's eye flashlight. The huge mural symbols and figures were painted with a kind of beige paint. Perhaps because of the long time, these pigments have gradually penetrated into the rock wall. With the natural color of these black and brown rocks, it seems that these strange figures and symbols are naturally formed, and there is no trace of artificial description at all. Look at the huge geometric figures on the mural. The largest figure on the left is a circular pattern. The main part consists of four concentric circles, the largest of which is about two and a half meters in diameter. These concentric circles seem to be drawn with compasses. The shape is very regular. And the thickness of the lines is also very uniform. From the center of these concentric circles, it seems that seven or eight straight lines of different thickness and length are emitted out irregularly, and each straight line is marked with different special symbols. In these concentric circles, there are dozens of dots of different sizes, each of which is surrounded by many oval lines. There are also many parabolas and crossed straight lines of different thicknesses in the middle. It looks very complicated and cumbersome. Look further to the right. There are some irregular geometric figures on the screen, ranging from equilateral triangles to honeycomb hexagons. These equilateral images are interlaced with each other. There are also various curves drawn during this period, and the lines of these geometric figures are also straight and very straight. The square of the circle is very round, and the thickness of the lines is very uniform,Ceramic Bobbin, as if they were drawn with special drawing tools. The whole picture does not look like an ordinary totem mural of ancient aborigines at all, but more like a very complex engineering drawing. Judging from the color and damage of these rock murals, the age of these murals is more than thousands of years ago. But how could there be such a complex geometric drawing tool at that time? Are these strange geometric figures really the totem murals named by the aborigines? What exactly do they mean? These questions immediately appeared in my mind and could not be removed. global-ceramics.com

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