The first archaeological findings confirming the existence of Nellians on Earth date from around 3000 BC. This is reflected in the objects by the representation of Nellian body characteristics, the three eyes. And in the symbolism used in Nellian culture, specifically the three circles. Since we do not find these body features and symbols in any other culture throughout world history, we can attribute them only to the Nellians.
Since the beginning of the twentieth century there has been archaeological research into Nellian culture, conducted by professionals associated with the best universities around the world. Which were published in scientific magazines such as Nature and Science.
The objects found during the excavations in East Africa, Europe, South America en North Africa are owned and preserved by the Church of Nellius.
In East Africa, during excavations in the 1930s, a Tamba mask was found, including the symbols that characterize the Nellians. Namely the three eyes and the three circles that adorn the headdress of the mask.
In the 1940s, a second object was found during excavations in Germany. It is a bronze pin, a piece of jewelry that was worn around 2000 BC and bears the letter ‘N’. A clear reference to the Nellians, who incorporated their culture into objects in Europe as well as in Africa.
And we also find the symbolism of the Nellians in South America. The Inca knife that archaeologists found during excavations in Peru in 2013 carries the three circles at chest height of the figure on the handle, so typical of the Nellians. An object from around 1400 AD.
But the oldest evidence of Nellian culture on Earth can be found in Egypt, around 3000 BC. In these hieroglyphs, in addition to the symbol with the three circles at the top right, we also see the name Nellius.