Alien Base Found At Chinese Pyramid
"The Dropas came down from the clouds in their aircraft," another disc said. "The men, women and children of the neighboring peoples (Ham) hid in the caves ten times before sunrise. When at last they understood the sign language of the Dropas, they realized that the newcomers had peaceful intentions..."
Yet another disc tells of the aliens having bulging heads and withered bodies. At first the tribe sent hunters to kill the invaders until the people found the strange beings meant no harm.
Villagers in the area still pass down the legends about the visitors that "came from the stars, long, long ago."
After deciphering as many of the discs as he could, Nui wrote a paper about the historic discovery for the Chinese Academy of Prehistory.
They refused to publish it. Although well-documented and no question of it being fraudulent, the editor of the journal told Nui that the world was not ready for such information to be known.
The Chinese authorities under Mao were also quite explicit in their reaction. They forbid the doctor from seeking to publish his paper outside of China or even to speak of the Dropa stones.
Despite the order, Nui did share the information with some close colleagues and eventually some of the story managed to leak out to the rest of the world.
Russian scientists join Dropa investigation
The Los Angeles Herald-Examiner published "Riddle of Asian Stone Discs from Outer Space" on February 26, 1967. The article focused on some Russian researchers who had been intently studying some of the Dropa stones.
"The Russians," wrote the Herald-Examiner, "who have examined some of the discs in a Moscow laboratory, claim to have made two important discoveries. One is that the discs contain certain traces of metal; particularly cobalt. Secondly, when placed on a special turntable they hummed in an unusual rhythm like an electrical charge was passing through them.
"The Russian Zaitsev, who has spent 30 years collecting evidence that intelligent beings from outer space have had contact with the earth, believes that the discs may give substance to ancient Chinese legends of small, gaunt, yellow-faced men who came down from the clouds many centuries ago."
Incredible Ancient Asian art depicts alien encounters
China's pre-history is rife with alien ships, alien beings and alien goings-on.
An ancient Chinese relief depicts an episode in the countryside when frightening "flying men" terrorized herders. Eerily, the ancient artist recorded exactly what UFO investigators would record today.
This is a reproduction of the stone relief found by a scientific expedition of anthroplogogists during 1957 led by professor Tsj'i Pen-Lai.
The remarkable relief was discovered within an ancient maze on Jotuo island in Lake Toengt'ing. The expedition took place in 1957.
The Lolladoff disc plate above was found in Nepal and dated to around 10,000 BCE. Note what appears to be a saucer-shaped object in the center and a being, resembling an alien at the lower right.
Not all aliens stay put in China
This old Asian scroll from Japan depicts a Japanese merchant happening upon a small flying saucer that's landed near a rice field.
Look carefully at the writing above the craft. The column on the right is not Japanese, it's a represenation of the symbols the merchant saw on the craft and described to the artist who then added them to the scroll for accuracy.
Oct. 27, 2011