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Carlo Crespi, who arrived in the Amazonian Ecuador area of Cuenca in 1927, was able to win the trust of the natives Jibaro, and so they did deliver to him, over decades, hundreds of fabulous archaeological pieces from the region called Morona Santiago there is a very deep cavern, known in Spanish as Cueva de los Tayos (Cave of the Oilbirds). In the cave, Crespi found mysterious tablets dating back to an unknown time, made of gold, and masterfully carved with archaic hieroglyphs that, to date, no one has been able to decipher. Crespi was convinced that the gold plates which he found and studied, were indicating with no doubt that the ancient world, especially the Middle East before the Flood, was in contact with the civilizations (possibly extra-terrestrial) that had developed in the New World.