All around the world, archaeologists have found the ancient graves of mysterious humanoid species.
716 mysterious bones are housed in the Hebita cave, which is located in the “Forbidden Zone,” a remote region of China. They stand little taller than 130 cm, have enormous, toothless jaws, and massive eye sockets in their large skulls.
The neck of each skeleton is ornamented with a stone disk that is around 30 cm in diameter and inscribed with mysterious symbols.
Chinese scholar Toum Um Nuem decoded the text on the discs in 1962. It covered the history of the Dropa tribe, the last of which Caryl Robin-Evans, an English adventurer, discovered in 1947.
The stone “chronicle” states that the Dropa came to Earth from a planet close to Sirius. The first visitors from that planet made their way to Earth some 20,000 years ago, while the second ones just arrived in 1014 AD. They were unable to return because their spaceship disintegrated during their previous trip.
A few years ago, German archaeologist Walter von Moltke went to the “alien cave.” He guessed that the cave grave may have been a long-abandoned dropa cemetery where they had long buried their deceased.
There are 12 skeletons out of the total of 716 that are smaller and have bigger skulls and eye sockets than the others. On one of their legs, there are signs of a laser surgery. These colonists were probably among the first group of people to be born on another world.
According to information passed down to us, the Dropa tribe was wiped off. On the other hand, residents of a Chinese village alerted researchers to weird happenings. In truth, they are no taller than 115 cm.
This was first attributed to external influences. Ufologists have recently, however, put up a rather remarkable idea regarding the ancestry of the dwarf race. According to legends from the area, aliens sprang from an airship that crashed some 12,000 years ago. Academics claim that indigenous people who are undersized are the offspring of mixed human and extraterrestrial marriages.
In the summer of 1972, archaeologists excavating the High Grave mound in the Kherson region came up the remains of an old man. The skeleton had exceptionally long arms and a humpback, giving it a strange look.
The deceased man was buried in a cart that, for some reason, had seven wheels. Rays-faults radiating from the burial probably represented the remnants of former roads. There were 12 of them, as there are 12 months in a year. The numbers 7 and 12 have been considered mystical from the beginning of time.
The excavators thus deduced that the mound serves as an observatory. But who actually used it? Who is this ancient man with the hunchback and the long limbs, by the way? Is it just another space traveler, perhaps?
Local nomads claim that there is a “iron hole” located deep within the fabled Yakut Valley of Death (Elyuyu Cherkechekh) on the banks of the Algyi River. Warm metal items are scattered throughout the tunnel’s rooms, including a big red pot with a jagged edge.
Additionally, the nomads saw dead people there who had peculiar appearances: “… very skinny, with black skin, one-eyed, and in iron attire.” Evidently mummified, the remains were kept.
It’s possible that visitors from another civilization stopped by these locations in the distant past. They built an underground base known as the “iron hole” by the locals.
All the aliens were slain by something, and the underground bunker started to collapse. We could be discussing a disaster that was sparked by extraterrestrial activity.