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Known Unknown

This has been a subject of befuddlement for many many years.

Its furtive origins are shrouded in secrecy. If it was created using techniques, these inscrutable techniques are no longer known. Every surface is covered in intricate carvings that are so detailed, they are impossible to see with the naked eye. They might be deeply symbolic, but we don’t know what the carvings mean because we can’t see them.

One of the most fascinating things about this is its ability to change colour. Depending on the colour of the lighting and the angle from which it’s viewed, it can appear to be a different colour.

This has an entirely mysterious history that only adds to its allure. It’s not known who has owned it or if it was used in secret meetings. Some have thought about exposing its secrets, but none have ever succeeded.

One thing is certain – it remains deeply mysterious.


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