Back in 1938, archaeologist Dr. Chi Pu Tei made an unusual discovery during an expedition into the Baian-Kara-Ula mountain range in china, where he found a series of tiny circular stone discs that shared eerily similar markings to phonographic records—but dated back 12,000 years. There were 716 discs in all that measured up to 1-foot in diameter, and each disc carried two grooves that originated from a hole in their center in the form of a double spiral.
These groove contained tiny hieroglyphics that were only distinguishable by a magnifying glass. After studies in Bejing University yielded no results, the discs were given to a man named Tsum Um Nui. After nearly 4 years, Tsum Um Nui managed to decipher the hieroglyphics and said they revealed a fascinating story of an alien spacecraft that crash landed to earth. He said that the passengers of the ship were unable to repair their vehicle and were forced to adapt to the conditions of earth. His findings were published in a professional journal in 1963, but were (and still are) met with criticism and disbelief.
Original author of this article is unknown. I found it fascinating and wanted to share it with our Ripon common sense readers to give a spark to something inside, your imagination. Where are the stone discs now? Who will research/dicipher them and what conclusion will they come to? Will it be you?
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