The Stone Discs of Baian-Kara-Ula

During a 1937 expedition to Baian-Kara-Ula, a remote mountain range between Tibet and China, a chinese archeologist discovered several cave burial sites. Each of the 716 graves contained a strange four feet tall skeleton and an odd stone disc. The discs were about a foot in diameter and a third of an inch thick, with a hole in the center, from which spiralled out double groove markings. Close examination revealed that these grooves were a writing-system. It took archeologists and scientists over two decades to decipher the text. The contents are so fantastic that the Academy of Pre-history in Beijing at first refused to publish the report of the scientist in charge, Prof. Tsum Um Nui. Backed by four colleagues, Prof. Nui stated: “the groove-writing tells of aerial vehicles that, according to the stone discs, existed 12,000 years ago.“ In one place a disk reads: “The Dropa came down from the clouds with their air-gliders. ”

Shortly after World War II an English scientist Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans acquired one of the discs. It was purchased in Northern India and was said to have come from a mysterious people called the "Dzopa". In 1947, Dr. Robin-Evans left for the “mysterious land of the Dzopa.” Along the way, his Tibetan carriers abandoned him because they were terribly afraid of Baian-Kara-Ula. With tremendous effort, he managed to reach his destination. After having won the faith of the locals, Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans was assigned a language teacher in order to introduce him to the basics of the Dzopa-language. He learned from Lurgan-La, a religious guardian of the Dzopa, the history of the Dzopa. Lurgan-La pointed out that the Dzopa originally came from a planet in the Sirius system. There had been two exploration missions to Earth, the first about 20,000 years ago and the second in the year 1014. In 1014 a crash took place, leaving survivors unable to leave earth again. Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans died in 1974. His report was released in 1978.

In 1995 a remarkable Chinese news report related the discovery of a tribe of 120 people of previously unclassified ethnology in the province of Sichuan, which lies on the eastern border of the Baian-Kara-Ula Mountains. The most important aspect of this new tribe was the size of its people: No taller than 3 feet 10 inches, the smallest adult measuring only 2 feet 1 inch!

Source: Ancient Astronaut Society, Mr. J. Dendl and Mr. H. Hausd

Research Objective : Obtain all research & cultural data available on the Dropa people. Visit the Baian-Kara-Ula Mountains and document the original caves where the discs were found. Track down and obtain samples of the discs for further testing and research. Obtain & study DNA samples of living Dropa descendants

Unanswered Questions: If this account is genuine, where are the remaining discs? Why do the Chinese restrict travel to this region? Why is news of such a remarkable discovery repressed?

Significance: Documentation of this site could produce living evidence of early extra-terrestrial contact with Earth. Examination of the circumstances surrounding this discovery provides additional evidence of suppressing or downplaying discoveries of this nature.

This picture taken by Dr. Robin-Evans shows the Dzopa ruling couple Hueypah-La (4 ft. tall) and Veez-La (3 ft. 4 in. tall).