Oop-Gly – Out of Place Glyphs. Similar in acronym to OopArts Out-of-place artifact (OOPArt) is a term coined by American naturalist and cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson for an object of historical, archaeological, or paleontological interest found in a very unusual or seemingly impossible context that could challenge conventional historical chronology by being “too advanced” for the level of civilization that existed at the time, or showing “human presence” well before humans were supposed to exist.
The term Oop-Gly, coined by me, recently came up in a magazine interview when I was trying to explain the Phenomena of glyphs- throughout the Americas; which confirm the presence of ancient mariners and ancient people visiting the America in it’s unrecorded B. C. past. Thus, the new wiki definition is:
Out-of-place Glyph (Oop-Gly) is a term coined by American Publisher, Author, Expedition Commander and Historian Hutton Pulitzer for a symbol, glyph, language, script, ideogram, pictographic, ideographic script, engraved images, astrological carvings or hieroglyphic writing of historical, archaeological, or paleontological interest found in a very unusual location or seemingly impossible context which directly challenges conventional academic and historical chronology for being “not known to or used by the indigenous population of a specific area or region, but are known to of been used by a group, society or people specifically not connected and not patriated to the locations such indigenous peoples”, OopGly’s occurring in locations tend to prove visitations in ancient times numerous countries, but specifically; North, South and Central America at a time when such languages or writing systems where unknown, studied or taught in any institutions globally; thus lending credence to their authentic nature and historic place in antiquity. Most all discoveries of OopGly’s contradict and countermand the recorded and taught discoveries of the America’s by Christopher Columbus and/or Vikings.
In the magazine interview, I shared our discoveries we made on and around Oak Island, Nova Scotia for the History Channel’s “Curse of Oak Island” TV Series, specifically at the time of the first recordation or documentation of the glyphs, symbols or languages such were not known or studied on a global academic or educational basis and in fact most were only rediscovered as an ancient language centuries after the recordation or first oral tradition mention of the the glyphs in Nova Scotia. The most important point is, since they were not known or taught or even written about to scholars on any level and certainly not locals, how could someone known what symbols to fake. Thus, they are Oop-Gly’s.
The knee jerk reaction to such finds by current day academics, archaeologist and anthropologists are to “label them as fakes” but with the new world of forensic testing, optical character recognition and global historic databases, these ancient glyphs and writing systems are being confirmed at a rapid pace as authentic and of great antiquity. Rapidly these OopGly’s are rewriting the history of the Americas.
Here are some well known OopGly’s located in the America’s: