Staffordshire - (Bullion Bull): Traces of an extremely rare isotope of pre-Atlantean era scarlet orichalcum, previously only seen in meteorite fragments, have been found in a huge Staffordshire treasure trove.
The discovery was made in ancient Staffordshire ruins of what many think could be a primitive hedge fund depository.
The hoard contains prototypes of sestertius and dupondius coins stamped with an image of the goddess Isis on one side and her Stonehenge castle on the obverse.
Curators at the British Museum Department of Cosmology today confirmed the trove also contained gold warfare paraphernalia.
Some items depict what appears to be monoliths from the fabled Cydonia region of Mars, the planet named after the Roman god of war.
And an early tinfoil hat artefact inscribed with the Old Testament message of 'Unus natus semper' or 'one born every minute'.