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The most recent addition has several individuals saying it is the "master monolith" that governs the others. It was spotted on Saturday in Chia, Cundinamarca. It's ninth to emerge around the world in a sequence of unexplained systems, but this is the first gold one to appear.

The saga started when on November 18, a silver structure was discovered in the Red Rock Desert in Utah, US. Wildlife Resource officers stumbled across the 12-foot tall metal pillar while counting sheep in the field, close to a "straight out of 2001: A Space Oddessey" scene.

The monolith is a recurrent motif in the 1968 film directed by Stanley Kubrick, which appears to play a part in the history of human evolution.

After the initial finding, with no clarification as to how they got there, some of the same monoliths were found at sites across the globe.

They appeared on the Isle of Wight, California, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Romania, and the Netherlands, and some of them disappeared as quickly as they came.

Users of social media have been delighted with speculation about what the monoliths could mean, with some even suggesting that they are aliens at work.

An unknown group dubbed "The Most Famous Artist" has assumed responsibility for the structures in Utah and California, although it is unconfirmed who is behind the stunts.

For $45,000 (£34,000) each, the group sells three replicas and posts some behind-the-scene images on Instagram.

According to The Atascadero News, the California monolith appeared to be made of stainless steel and welded together at its corners, "with rivets attaching the side panels to a likely steel frame inside,"

In extreme environments with rugged terrain, monoliths are most frequently observed, making the mystery of how they emerge much more fascinating.