China Archive

White Masters in the deserts of China?

Feature Articles –   White Masters in the deserts of China? The discovery of Caucasoid mummies in China shows that East and West might have been meeting since the Bronze Age. Do they validate some of the ancient legends? by Philip Coppens Cherchen Man mummy Christopher Columbus is said to have been the first who broke down the barrier that was the Atlantic Ocean, that body …

The Chinese Pyramids

The New Pyramid Age  Published by O Books To order, visit the store   The Chinese Pyramids by Philip Coppens   For anyone who thinks pyramid research is dead: think again. There is a future in pyramid excavation – and that future is China, where a large number of pyramids remain unexcavated. What new dimension could they add to the pyramid debate? Think of China. …

China’s Great Pyramids Controversy

Feature Articles –   China’s Great Pyramids Controversy Despite speculation about the existence of great pyramids in China, archaeologists and bureaucrats have refused to consider even the rumours about such structures. But recent pictorial evidence proves that China’s pyramids are indeed real, rivalling those of Egypt and Central America for their age, size and significance. by Philip Coppens In 1920, historian Henri Cordier wrote: “China’s ancient …

The Strange Stone Discs of Baian-Kara-Ula

Feature Articles –   The Strange Stone Discs of Baian-Kara-Ula Unearthed from a remote mountain cave in 1938, these grooved stone discs defied translation until 1962. Researchers claim the discs tell an astounding story of alien visitors who survived their spaceship’s crash-landing in China 12,000 years ago. by Philip Coppens Just before the outbreak of the Second World War, Chinese archaeologists stumbled upon a cave containing …

The Dropa tribe and their stone discs revisited

Feature Articles –   The Dropa tribe and their stone discs revisited More than a decade ago, Hartwig Hausdorf reignited the debate as to whether aliens had crashlanded in the remote Chinese mountain range of Baian-Kara-Ula. Over the past decade, several elements of the story have been confirmed. by Philip Coppens In the mid-1990s, German author and tour guide Hartwig Hausdorf reignited the debate as to …