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Chinese evidence of UFOs


Chinese scientists have found a pyramid-shaped relic that local legends say was left by visitors from space. The structure is between 50 to 60 metres high and is on top of Mount Baigong in western China’s Qinghai Province.

It has three caves with triangular openings on its frontface and is filled with reddish-brown pipes leading into the mountain and to a nearby salt-water lake. The middle cave can still be entered, although the two smaller caves have collapsed. Remnants of the pipes are scattered over the area, along with strangely-shaped rocks. Some of these remains were taken to a laboratory for analysis, where it was found that 8 per cent of the material could not be identified. Liu Shaolin, the engineer who did the analysis, says: “A result of long interaction between iron and sandstone means the pipes must be very old.”

A group of nine experts, sent to study the site, suggest the structure may have been a launch-tower for a spacecraft. Scientist Yang Ji understands the extraterrestrial hypothesis but says: “Scientific means must be employed to prove whether or not it is true.”
(Source: Xinhua News Agency, www.Ananova.com, www.unknowncountry.com)

(Benjamin Creme’s Master confirms the authenticity of this report, confirming that the site was indeed used for extraterrestrial activity and is 50,000 years old.)

From the September 2002 issue of Share International


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