The Dropa Stones

Description: Archaeologists in 1938 were investigating an area of the Baian-Kara-Ula Mountains on the border that divides China and Tibet when they came across a series of caves in the mountains. Inside the caves were graves that contained three foot tall skeletons with abnormally large skulls. The walls of the caves were decorated with drawings of the sun, moon, star and beings with elongated heads. Further to their strange discoveries were these 12 inch discs, which became known as the Dropa Stones. 716 of them were recovered from the caves.

Mainstream Theory: The stone discs were stored in various museums across China. However, none of these museums have any records or traces of Dropa stone ever being there. With Wegerer's photos lacking concrete evidence of the hieroglyphs, they display similarity to Bi discs. Bi discs are round jade discs with holes in their centres. When buried in the earth, the minerals change them to be multi-colored. Bi discs have been date from 3000 B.C.E. and were common in the Shaanxi Province. Some Bi discs are decorated with parallel groves and other markings.

Alternative Theory: Professor Tsum Um Nui of the Beijing Academy for Ancient Studies studied these weird objects and later revealed that the discs were covered in a secret alien language. He translated the language and claimed that an alien spacecraft crashed in the Bayan Har Shan region 12,000 years ago. The occupants were aliens called Dropa or Dzopa. The Dropa could not repair their craft, so they tried to adapt to the conditions on Earth. Meanwhile, the local Ham tribesmen hunted down and killed most of the aliens. Supposedly, the aliens had intermarried with the locals, making identification of the origins of the skeletons more difficult. Under extreme objections the professor was forced to resign, yet whether he was right or simply just crazy remains as much a mystery as the stones, skeletons and caves themselves.