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The Aliens of Bayan Kara Ula

In the early 1990s, the German magazine Der Bund published an article titled "The Pyramids of Lake Tungfling" concerning the discovery made by a team of archaeologists led by Professor Chi Pen-Lao of the University of Beijing. They uncovered several pyramids, approximately 300 meters tall, located on the seabed of Lake Tungfling in the Yunnan province, on the border between Tibet and China.

The age of these pyramids has not yet been determined. According to Professor Pen-Lao, they were swallowed by the lake waters following a terrible cataclysm that occurred about three thousand years ago. On an island in the same lake and on the walls of the surrounding mountains, extraordinary hieroglyphs and drawings dating back approximately 45,000 years have been found. These depict figures with instruments resembling musical horns, which archaeologists presume to be weapons.

At the top of these rock inscriptions stand enigmatic cylindrical objects navigating the sky, with human passengers carrying smaller horns.

In an interview with the Ximing Evening News, Professor Chi Pen-Lao spoke of an ancient people who inhabited some caves in a remote and unexplored area of the Nimu mountains, at an altitude of 5000 meters in western Tibet near the border with China. The tribe, first approached by a military patrol, consisted of approximately 300 individuals, each 1.30 meters tall, speaking an incomprehensible language and covering themselves with leaves and pelts.

In other caves located on the Bayan Kara Ula mountains, engravings were discovered depicting the rising sun, the moon, and the stars, connected to a representation of Earth via a cluster of dots indicating the path taken by astronauts.

Another curious story related to the region is recounted in the book "The Cave of the Ancients" (Ediz. Ubaldini - 1976), authored by the Tibetan monk Lobsang Rampa Chakpori. He tells of many years prior when another Lama, Master Dondup Mingyar, revealed to him the existence of an extraordinary cave hidden among the Tibetan mountains, rich with mysterious devices.

A rare photo of the Bayan Kara Ula discs, which according to Chinese scholars are said to constantly
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A rare photo of the Bayan Kara Ula discs, which according to Chinese scholars are said to constantly contain large amounts of electrical energy, are twelve thousand years old, and of advanced technology.

Master Mingyar, in the book, recounts his experience as follows:

"... I was with three other Lamas and we were exploring some of the most remote mountain ranges, aiming to discover the cause of a loud noise heard a few weeks earlier. As we surveyed the surrounding peaks, we identified a large, very deep crevice leading into an 'ancient cave'.

All four of us entered the crevice, and after a few meters, we noticed a faint silvery light, never seen before, illuminating a vast and enormous hall, as if the mountain were hollow. As we advanced, we were astonished to find that the silvery light also illuminated strange devices and other mechanisms.

Some of these were inside glass containers, while others could be touched. Thus, we all began to inspect these strange machines and the immense hall, passing through doors that opened and closed automatically, while the equipment seemed to light up or activate as we passed by.

One of these machines contained a screen (very similar to a modern television), where the group could review, recorded, certain episodes of the life of the lost civilization of the 'ancients'. This is what we saw and heard.

An advanced civilization, existing thousands and thousands of years ago, which could fly in the sky and built devices that could imprint thoughts in the minds of other people. They possessed atomic weapons, and indeed one of these exploded and destroyed almost the entire world. Some continents sank beneath the waters, and others emerged."

The Space Discs

In the 1960s, two publications, the German Das Vegetarische Universum and the Belgian Bufoi, reported on a discovery already mentioned in a 1965 article published in Beijing by Chinese archaeologist Prof. Tsum Um-Nui, titled "Spaceships 12,000 years ago".

The article refers to the discovery, made in 1938 by an organized expedition of Chinese archaeologist Chi Pu Tei, of a series of tombs arranged in rows inside a cave in the mountains of Bayan Kara Ula.

The tombs were opened, and inside were found numerous small skeletons with huge skulls, belonging to an unknown race, alongside which were piled 716 granite discs.

The discs, each roughly a meter in diameter, were perforated at the center and covered with a series of thin incisions that made them resemble old 33 RPM vinyl records. Subsequently, the discs were transported to Beijing and subjected to analysis by five scientists led by Tsum Um-Nui.

The Chinese researchers carefully scraped their surfaces and then analyzed the collected particles, which were found to contain a significant percentage of cobalt and various metals. The granite discs, when viewed on an oscilloscope, reacted by emitting vibrations at a surprising rate, as they were loaded with a considerable amount of electrical energy. These artifacts, twelve thousand years old, could not possibly be the result of earthly technology. After years of research, the team also managed to interpret the mysterious inscriptions covering the discs.

The only existing photo (1910) of the royal couple of the Dropa, descendants of travelers from the s
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The only existing photo (1910) of the royal couple of the Dropa, descendants of travelers from the sky (about 12,000 years ago), according to Prof. Tsum Um-Nui

The story that emerged was so shocking and astonishing that it convinced the authorities not to disclose anything and therefore to conceal the results of the studies and analyses conducted.

After many years, Professor Tsum Um-Nui, with great courage, despite the prohibition from military and political authorities, in a public appearance made known the account of his studies and translations of the hieroglyphs. Here is an excerpt from his report:

"From a distant planet 12,000 light years away, spacecraft arrived one day. They landed in Tibet with great noise, ten times, until the sunrise. Earthly men, women, and children took refuge in caves. These travelers were called Dropa or Kham. Eventually, Humans understood, from the signs and behavior, that the visitors from the cycle had peaceful intentions, and the Dropa could approach them."

When Professor Tsum Um-Nui died of a heart attack in 1965, his heirs discovered that all his notes, the result of years of study, had disappeared. As for the discs, the last mention of them is reported by the Viennese ufologist Peter Krassa, who in 1975 saw them exhibited, and photographed them, in a case at the Bampo Museum in Xi'an, China. After that, all traces of the Bayan Kara Ula discs were lost.

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