Tibet | According to Chinese scientists, the Dropa civilization, which lived 12,000 years ago, came from the Cosmos. A team of archaeologists at the University of Beijing, led by Professor Chi Pu Tei, discovering the Baian Kara Ula Caves in the Himalayan Mountains, traces of a civilization of the dwarves. The scaffolding of the small underground graves would shock the entire planet, the Tibetan civilization discovered would be named Dropa, which in Chinese means “alien gnomes.”
More than 12,000 years ago, in the warm depths of the Himalayan mountains, near the border between China and Tibet, a mysterious civilization of failing beings The Little People that fell from the Stars was established.
The non-remembrance of the 138 skeletons discovered was enacted since 1938 when Professor Chi Pu Tei’s archaeologist team revealed the heaps of bones with huge skulls, fragile and small limbs.
But perhaps this theory would not have survived for too long unless there was another breakthrough that would overwhelm the ideas of scientists: the Dropa discs.
At the entrance to the underground graves, there is no funeral stone or any cultural clue to give details of the funeral ritual, except for small 30-centimetre stone disks and 20-millimeter holes in the centre.
Inscribed with stylized hieroglyphs, these perfect disks are still a mystery to modern science, because when they are touched by an electromagnetic impulse, the pieces of rock begin to emit sounds.
The noise produced by them resembles prayers during the meditation of the Buddhist monks, being extremely rhythmic.
According to Chinese researchers, the “hum” produced by the discs was amplified by the ecosystem of the caves and could well be a message sent to the sky in the hope that another alien ship would hear and recover them from the shipwrecked mysterious civilisation.
Over the decades, many philologists and archaeologists have endeavoured to unravel the mystery of the mysterious “hieroglyphs.”
It seems that it was not until 1962, that another Chinese scientist, the doctor in ancient studies, Tsum Um Niu, succeeded in decoding the message on the stone plates.
The content was so surprising that, initially, the Beijing Ancient History Academy did not even want to publish the scientific report.
Finally, the study was published and, according to professor Tsum Um Niu, the message on the plaques spoke of some beings who were self-titled “drop”.
The plaque text was telling how the “drop” people travelled throtravellede, starting from a distant planet, and how their aircraft had crashed on Earth.
The passengers of the ship found their refuge in the caves of the mountains, but unfortunately for them, they never managed to build another ship to return home on their own planet.
Some fragments of the mysterious text spoke of the fact that the planet of “drops” was close to the Sirius star.
The plates of the “dropa” tribe reached even in the laboratories in Moscow. Viaceslav Zaiţev, a doctor of archeology at the University of Moscow, published in 1968 in the Sputnik magazine extracts from the text of the plates.
It seems that the Russian scientist has continued the research of the Chinese experts, achieving some truly amazing results.
According to his claims, the discs, made of granite containing a high concentration of cobalt and other metals, were of great hardness.
Certainly, no primitive people had the tools necessary to process such a rock of impenetrable.
In oscillograph testing, vibrations were recorded at a surprising rate, as if the pads had once been electrically charged or had electric conductors.
Considered the third pole of the earth globe, due to the fact that the highest altitudes of the planet are recorded here.
The Tibetan Plateau is a mysterious land, hardly accessible from the outside, surrounded by all the mountain ridges of over 6,000 meters.
For millennia it has been an inexhaustible stone fortress, so the old Tibetan culture has remained largely unaffected by the surrounding cultures, and few influences have only made it enrich.
Located at an average altitude of over 4500 m, Tibet is the world’s tallest plateau, stretching over an area of over 1.22 million km², having a rough appearance due to the numerous mountain chains that bend it over the lengths of hundreds Kilometers and with heights that often pass 6,000-7,000 meters, sometimes even 8,000 meters.
Between these mountain ranges, there are deep, sometimes narrow valleys whose whites are lined with Groh Otis rooted from the mountains, and from place to place they are sprinkled with lakes, many of them with salt water.
Tibet develops on one of the pre-Cambrian old shields of the Earth, strongly fragmented by alpine orogenesis, which causes many medium and high magnitude earthquakes.
The formation is closely linked to movement orogenetic strong, driven by Asian continental collision of the Indian subcontinent, which gave birth to the most impressive mountain chain of the Earth: Himalaya.
Relieful is varied, alternating smooth surfaces form of plains occupied by salt lakes with mountain ranges of over 6000 meters, almost all on the west-facing mountain peaks are est.Principalele Kuku-Shili, Baian-Kara-Ula (north), Alin-Tangri, Tangli (center) and Transhimalaya (in the south).
Tibet is a giant hydrographic node, the eastern and southern parts being bordered by numerous rivers, noting Indus, Tsangpo (Brahmaputra), Salwen, Mekong, Yangtze and Huang He.
Tibetus deserves the mysterious reputation. If the flag-shaped cloud above the highest mountain in the world, Everest, has its explanation under exceptional weather conditions at an altitude of over 8,000 meters and the strange red snow is due to a seaweed, the sudden collapse of the Guge Kingdom remains a mystery.
Historians do not even know today why a powerful civilization, 700 years old, has been destroyed overnight.
Nor is the mysterious Xiangxiong, the oldest civilization in the centre of the plateau, much known, except that Xiangxiong means “the land of the giant mythical rock bird.”
Equally mysterious are ritual sacrifices, hunting scenes, horses, antilles, or homes and people represented in the Rutong cave paintings.