Archaeologists have discovered ancient burial sites of enigmatic humanoid species all across the planet.
The Hebita cave, situated in a remote section of China known as the “Forbidden Zone,” is home to 716 mystery skeletons. Their skulls are big, with large eye sockets and little toothless mouths, and they are no more than 130 cm tall.
Each skeleton’s neck is adorned with a stone disk measuring around 30 cm in diameter and etched with unintelligible symbols.
Toum Um Nuem, a Chinese expert, deciphered the writings on the discs in 1962. It detailed the history of the Dropa tribe, whose final members were found by English explorer Caryl Robin-Evans in 1947.
The Dropa came to Earth from a planet near Sirius, according to the stone “chronicle.” The first aliens from that planet arrived on Earth some 20 thousand years ago, with the second arriving just in 1014 AD. Their spacecraft collapsed on their last journey, and they were unable to return.
Walter von Moltke, a German archaeologist, visited the “alien cave” a few years ago. He speculated that the cave grave was an old cemetery where the dropas had long buried their dead.
Twelve of the 716 skeletons are smaller in size and have larger heads and eye sockets than the others. Traces of a laser surgical operation can be seen on one of their legs… These are most likely members of the first generation of colonists who were born on another planet.
The Dropa tribe, according to knowledge passed down to us, perished extinct. Residents of a Chinese hamlet, on the other hand, drew the attention of researchers of strange occurrences. Their height, in reality, does not surpass 115 cm.
At first, this was attributed to environmental factors. Recently, though, ufologists have proposed an incredibly astounding theory about the dwarf people’s origins. Local tales claim that aliens descended from a wrecked airship some 12 thousand years ago. Undersized indigenous, according to academics, are the product of mixed marriages between humanity and aliens.
Archaeologists discovered an elderly man’s skeleton during excavations of the High Grave mound in the Kherson area in the summer of 1972. The skeleton was odd in appearance, with unusually lengthy limbs and a humpbacked backbone.
The wagon, which had seven wheels for some reason, was buried with the deceased guy. From the grave, rays-faults radiated along the earth likely remains of old roadways. According to the number of months in a year, there were 12 of them. Since the beginning of time, 7 and 12 have been regarded magical numbers.
As a result, the excavators came to the conclusion that the mound functions as an observatory. But who made use of it? And who is this elderly guy with the hunchback and lengthy limbs? Is it simply another extraterrestrial visitor?
According to local nomads, deep down in the legendary Yakut Valley of Death (Elyuyu Cherkechekh) on the banks of the Algyi River, there is an “iron pit.” The tunnel’s walls are warm, and different metal artifacts, like a massive red pot with a sharp edge, are strewn around the chambers.
The nomads also witnessed dead persons with unusual appearances there: “… extremely slender, with black skin, one-eyed, in iron garments.” The remains were obviously mummified and thus kept…
It’s possible that representatives of another culture paid these sites a visit in ancient times. They constructed an underground base, which the locals dubbed the “iron hole.”
Something occurred that killed all of the aliens, and the subterranean bunker began to fall apart. Perhaps we’re talking about a calamity brought on by aliens’ actions.