October 24, 2002
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According to legend, one hundred pyramids in China are proof aliens
have visited our planet, reports Pravda online.
The mystery behind the claim begins with the journey of two
Australian merchants to the vast plains of Sichuan in central China
during the early part of the last century.
While there, the men stumbled upon pyramids that were first
described in writings more than five-thousand years ago.
A monk related the history of the pyramids to the men, revealing
they were built when China was ruled by ancient emperors who
believed in the existence of extra-terrestrial civilizations.
In fact, the emperors not only believed in aliens, they insisted
they themselves were descendants of "the sons of the sky." They gave
their alien ancestors credit for the construction of the
architectural wonders and claimed the aliens came to earth on "iron
Fast forward almost a century later to the year 1994, austrian
Hartwig Hausdorf made a trip to central China near the city of
Xi'an, the capital of the Shaanxi province.
While there, Hausdorf stumbled upon six of the legendary structures.
Amazed by what he had seen, he returned later that year with a video
camera. His footage recorded more than one hundred pyramids in an
area of approximately twelve-hundred square miles.
According to the Pravda report, the structures range in height from
eighty to three hundred feet, with one exception. The so-called
"Great White Pyramid" just north of the others is said to be
one-thousand feet tall.
The pyramids are composed of clay and sand and are in poor condition
because farmers have removed the soil over the years for their
Excavations are now banned, and the area surrounding the so-called
"Great White Pyramid" was recently declared completely off-limits by
the Chinese government.
Ironically, that very same area is now used as a launch site for
rockets – modern-day civilization's very own "iron dragons."