‘One monolith to rule them all’: Golden tower appears in Colombia with locals asking if it ‘controls’ structures in US, Romania and Isle of Wight – as ANOTHER is found in Holland
- Gold monolith has been discovered this weekend in Chia in rural Colombia
- A community called ‘The Most Famous Artist’ has since claimed credit for it
- Meanwhile a silver monolith was found in Kiekenberg nature reserve in Holland
- Comes after monoliths found in Utah, California, Romania and the Isle of Wight
A gold monolith has appeared in rural Colombia prompting locals to ask if it is the ‘monolith that controls them all’ after similar silver structures have popped up around the world.
The four monoliths were all metal and silver in colour, however the fifth structure that has appeared in Colombia is golden – leaving locals wondering if it could be the ‘master monolith’.
The monolith was found in the municipality of Chia in the Colombian department of Cundinamarca over the weekend while another monolith was discovered at Compton Beach in the Isle of Wight.
A gold monolith has appeared in rural Colombia prompting residents to ask if it is the ‘monolith that controls them all’ after several silver towers have been found across the world recently
The monolith was found in the municipality of Chia in the Colombian department of Cundinamarca over the weekend
Meanwhile in the Netherlands – a silver monolith has appeared in the Kiekenberg nature reserve near Oudehorne. It was first spotted by walkers on Sunday morning.
Local media reported that there was no trace of any footprints round the base of the structure or any other clues as to how it got there.
The origin of the gold monolith in Colombia has baffled local with many speculating that it was placed there by extraterrestrials.
Meanwhile in the Netherlands – a monolith has appeared in the Kiekenberg nature reserve near Oudehorne. It was first spotted by walkers on Sunday morning.
Local media reported that there was no trace of any footprints round the base of the structure or any other clues as to how it got there
However, a community called ‘The Most Famous Artist’ founded by American artist Matty Mo has since claimed credit.
The group is reportedly selling three full-sized monoliths similar to the ones found in different parts of the world for a price tag of USD 45,000 (GBP 33,413) each.
When Mo was asked if the group was claiming responsibility for the monolith discovered in the Isle of Wight over the weekend, he responded: ‘The monolith is out of my control at this point.
It comes as a three-sided metal monolith appeared on a beach on the Isle of Wight over the weekend
A moveable monolith also popped up at Pine Mountain in Atascadero, California, on Wednesday
‘Godspeed to all the aliens working hard around the globe to propagate the myth.’
The monolith was found by beachgoers at Compton Bay on the Isle of Wight yesterday.
Several photos taken from different angles suggest the monolith is buried in the sand and gives and perfect reflection.
It is unclear how the heavy object was moved to the beach, which is only accessible by footpath.
Elsewhere, tourists were flocking to the new metal monolith in California, after it showed up within days of others in Romania and Utah being removed.
In northern Romania, a monolith was found on Batca Doamnei Hill in the city of Piatra Neamt last Thursday
The mysterious triangular metal monolith that appeared in the remote Utah desert on November 18 and captured the attention of the nation vanished on Friday
On Tuesday, images emerged of four men working in the dead of night to remove the strange, triangular pillar from the desert in Utah.
The shiny pillar, which protruded some 12 feet from the red rocks of southern Utah, was first spotted on November 18 by baffled local officials counting bighorn sheep from the air.
Photographer Ross Bernards, who visited the monolith Friday, described in an Instagram post accompanying the photos how four men suddenly appeared that night, pushed the object over and dismantled it before carrying it off in a wheelbarrow.
‘One of them looked back at us all and said “Leave no trace.” That was at 8:48,’ wrote Bernards.