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Unsolved Mysteries of Dropa Stones - Another Kind Of Treasure


Some treasures cannot be explained, such as the Dropa Stones. Treasures are often referred to as lost or buried. Some treasures can also be mystical or metaphysical in nature, and there are treasures of the unexplained.

A Remarkable Discovery

In 1938 in the Baian-Kara-Ula Mountains that border and divides China and Tibet a remarkable discovery was made.

Chi Pu Tei an archaeologist and professor at Beijing University was exploring caves in the Himalayan Mountains. With him were students from the University. What Chi Pu Tei found inside the caves were ancient burial sites.

This was an exciting discovery for the archaeologist and his students. However, what was even more exciting was what he discovered inside the burial sites.

Chi came upon the skeletal remains of people. However, the skeletons only measured approximately four feet tall. What the surprised archaeologist also noticed was that the skulls were unusually large. His remark was said to be, Who ever heard of apes burying one another?

So What Were Buried In Those caves?

After further exploration of the caves it was determined that apes were not buried there. However, what professor Chi Pu Tei found during subsequent exploring only added to the confusion of the caves.

Carved on the walls were pictograms. The images were of the heavens, sun, moon, stars and the Earth. Lines of dots connected them.

As the team of explorers continued in awe and searching the cave they came upon another fascinating find. In the dirt of the cave floor, half buried, was a stone disk approximately nine inches in diameter. It was inches thick and had a round hole in the center, it was also inches in size.

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