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Hundreds of these disks, known as Dropa Disks, were discovered in a man-made cave system in the Himalayan Mountains, on the border between China and Tibet. Inside of the caves were neat rows of tombs with short 4-foot 4-inch skeletons buried within. On the cave walls were carved pictures of the rising sun, moon, stars, the land, mountains, and lines of dots connecting the Earth and sky. Along with the disks, the cave drawings have been determined to be 12,000 years old. When the disks were closely examined in 1958 it was learned that each disk was inscribed with two fine grooves spiraling from the edge to a hole in the disk's center. Each groove consisted of a series of tiny hieroglyphs of unknown pattern and origin.

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Originally posted 2017-12-18 03:06:33.