Learn about the mystery of the Dropa Stones with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. The Dropa Stones are supposedly a collection of circular stones found in a cave in Tibet in 1938. They were discovered by Chinese archaeologist Chi Pu Tei. They purportedly tell of aliens coming to earth in 10,000 BC. No claims have been verified, and so the Dropa Stones are part of a highly elusive mystery.
High in the Baian-Kara-Ula mountains in Western China, Chi Pu Tei led a group of students on an expedition surveying interlinking caves in the Himalayas. The caves were apparently remarkable in that they appeared to have been carved using a technically-advanced cutter. What was most incredible about the expedition of Chi's team is the fact that they stumbled across 400 skeletons of an unidentifiable small creature. Each creature would have stood at little more than four-feet high.
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In 1938, a collection of hieroglyphic etchings on large circular stones were purported to have been found in a Tibetan cave by Chinese archaeologist Chi Pu Tei, and allegedly told the tale of extraterrestrial life. Mystery shrouds the Dropa Stones, however, as there is no evidence that they - and even their discoverer - ever existed. iMinds describes the theories surrounding the stones in this illuminating work, which gives a general summary of their histories. Elouise Rothwell's insinuating performance, along with the eerie background music, only add to the intriguing enigma of the Dropa Stones.
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