The Pyramids of China
Pyramids in China - Great White Pyramid
The pyramids of China are approximately 100 ancient mounds, many of which were used for burial. Most of them are located within 100 kilometers of the city of Xi'an, on the Qin Chuan Plains in the Shaanxi Province, central China.
The existence of pyramids in China has come in two stages. Most early stories were focused on the existence of "Great White Pyramid." A photograph of this pyramid in the Qinling mountains was taken by Americans in 1945, but remained in military files for 45 years. US Air Force pilot James Gaussman is said to have seen a white jewel topped pyramid during a flight between India and China during World War II, but there is scant evidence for a source on this story.
However, it is now believed that the Gaussman story was actually based on Colonel Maurice Sheahan, Far Eastern director of Trans World Airlines, who told an eyewitness account of his encounter with a pyramid in the March 28, 1947 edition of The New York Times. A photo of Sheahan's pyramid appeared in The New York Sunday News on March 30, 1947. It is this photograph that later became attributed to James Gaussman.
It is now known, thanks to efforts of Chris Maier, that the particular pyramid shown in the photo is the Maoling Mausoleum. This pyramid sits just outside of Xi'an. In 1994, German tour operator and author Hartwig Hausdorf was noted for photographing and studying several pyramids.
He drew attention to the structures' existence with his 1994 book Die Weisse Pyramide, the subject of an article in Nexus Magazine in 1995 by Philip Coppens, later translated into English under the revised title The Chinese Roswell (1998).
The pyramids of Xi'an can now be visited on trips from Xi'an and no longer are located in "forbidden zones". Several pyramids have small museums attached to them.
The Great White Pyramid itself (rather than the photograph), as described by Sheahan, remains unidentified.
List of Chinese pyramids
* Inner Mongolian pyramid (1 kilometer
north of Sijiazi Town, Aohan County)
Source: Crystal Links
These images were taken by Hartwig Hausdorf, a Germany researcher.
New Photorecon images from the farshore
web site they show a large number of pyramids in three areas. After
careful examination of the images you can see that they are not of the
same pyramids as the ones taken by Hartwig Hausdorf
The second photograph is a larger view of the lower
center in the first Photograph. It shows a few large pyramids and a large
number of small pyramids.
Qin Lin ValleyThe other nice thing about this image is, we know exactly where it was taken. As you can see on the map the original large image cover an area that includes the township of Xianyang. That puts the Pyramid where the letter 'n' is in name Xianyang on the Map.
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by Laura Lee
Pyramids and pyramidal structures are a worldwide phenomena, found in Egypt, Peru, Central America, America's Mississippi Valley, France, Polynesia. Now we can add two more locations, China and Japan.
For decades, one of the few clues that China has pyramids was a grainy, black and white photo of a huge, shadowy, pyramidal form. It is an aerial shot, taken by W.W.II USAF pilot James Gaussman, as he flew over China delivering supplies from India to Chunking, in the spring of 1945.
According to the old Chinese legend, over one hundred pyramids built in China are evidence of visits paid by aliens to our planet.
At the very beginning of the century, two Australian
merchants traveled to the vast plains of Sichuan in the central part of
China, where they discovered over one hundred pyramids. The Australians
asked the superior of the local monastery about the pyramids, and the superior
said that they were “very old.” The first record of the pyramids was
written over 5,000 years ago; therefore, it is very likely that they are
The merchants also discovered that the pyramids belonged to the epoch when China was ruled by ancient emperors who believed in the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations. Moreover, the emperors themselves insisted that they were ancestors “of the sons of the sky, who had landed the Earth on iron dragons.” Aliens are alleged to have been the constructors of the pyramids.
In March 1994, Austrian Hartwig Hausdorf made a trip
to the area close to the city of Xi'an, the capital of the Shaanxi province,
which is situated in the central part of China. These territories were
closed for foreigners. During the tour, the Austrian discovered six legendary
pyramids. Hartwig Hausdorf organized another tour to China in October 1994,
this time with a video camera. Hausdofr managed to shoot an 18 minute film.
When Hausdorf returned home, he decided to watch the film that he had shot
in China. However, the Austrian was extremely surprised to see more pyramids
in the background. He counted over 100 pyramids standing in an area of
2,000 square kilometers.
Some of the pyramids are currently in very poor condition, as they were plundered by the local citizens. The pyramids are mostly built of loam and soil; some farmers destroyed the pyramids to take the loam and soil to their fields and used them in the farms.
When Hausdorf decided to continue his investigation
of the pyramids, he faced lots of problems. Although he was allowed to
continue his investigation, the Chinese government banned any excavations
in the area.
What kind of constructions are these pyramids? The heights of the pyramids situated in the Sichuan plains are from 25 to 100 meters, with the exception of only one pyramid situated to the north of the rest constructions. It is the so-called Great White Pyramid, which is said to be about 300 meters high. This pyramid can be truly called the mother of all Chinese pyramids.
Recently, the Chinese authorities declared the area
where the Great White Pyramid stands a closed region, as a launching pad
for rockets is situated in that region.
The Chinese pyramids astonishingly resemble the pyramids in the Central America. Is it possible that the South American pyramids were also constructed by the sons of the sky?
Translated by Maria Gousseva
Source: Pravda, Russia
The pyramids of China are approximately 100 ancient
mounds, many of which were used for burial. Most of them are located within
100 kilometers of the city of Xi'an, on the Qin Chuan Plains in the Shaanxi
Province, central China.
* 34°20'18"N, 108°34'12"E
Source: Wikipedia.org/Chinese Pyramids
|The Burma Tibetan Pyramid
The Burma Tibetan Pyramid is called 'The Pyramid of Gathering'. It is allegedly a bright white pyramid that is well preserved in the Bhutan Province. The limestone is still preserved beyond imagination. It supposedly glows under light. This pyramid was spotted by U.S. pilots in China in WW2 flying over the hump in Burma. It is mentioned much by an Irish author Mona Rolf. It same size as the Great Pyramid in Egypt.
Source: Crystal Links - (For further research)
|Pyramid Built 5000 years ago
Found in Inner Mongolia
A three story pyramid dating 5000 years back has been discovered in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
The pyramid, which looks like a trapezoidal hill from afar, is located on a hill one kilometer north of Sijiazi Town, Aohan County. The pyramid is about 30 meters long and 15 meters wide at its base.
This is considered the best preserved pyramid built during the Hongshan Culture period that has been found so far, said Guo Dasun, an archaeologist in charge of the excavation.
Seven tombs and one altar were also found on the top of the pyramid. Archaeologists also discovered a number of pottery pieces with the asterisk character inscribed on the inner wall. The asterisk character is believed to be related to the understanding of ancient people on astrology.
Among the culture relics excavated from one of the seven tombs are a bone flute and a stone ring and a full- sized stone statue of Goddess unearthed from another tomb.
What astonished the archeologists is a one palm sized stone genital found on the inner wall of a tomb with a small stone statue of Goddess below.
Guo Dasun said that most of these relics are found for the first time and will shed light on studying the origin of Chinese civilization.
Source: English People Daily - (For further research)
The pyramids in Egypt have always been regarded as
a mystery of ancient human civilization. Another mysterious ancient construction
that resembles the refulgence has been found in China. Dubbed the "Pyramids
of China", the Western Xia Tombs include nine mausoleums housing the imperial
family and 207 tombs belonging to dukes and ministers.
In recent years, scientific research and exploration have been conducted at the site, buried in the wilderness of Helan Mountain in West China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region , in hopes of decoding the sudden disappearance of the Western Xia civilization.
Located 30 kilometers west of Yinchuan , capital of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, the Western Xia Tombs cover an area of 40 square kilometers; they are located on the eastern slope of the Helan Mountain range, just south of the Gunzhong Pass.
Source: China Culture
This step pyramid, 31.58 by 31.58 meters square and 12.4 meters high, is located at Ziban, now in China. It fronts on the KukNae castle (Ziban) to the soth west, and 12 stone plates, the largest one of them measures 2.7m long and 4.5m high, leaned against the first step. There was four guardian stones, looks like a dolmen on the step, but survived just one which you can see below. It is called 'Paechong', means guardian tomb in korean. What a strange post looks like a sphinx in Egypt.
It was guessed having constructed in Kokuryo period, maybe before A.D. 500, but nobody know whose tomb. It was once known a stone tomb of the great Kwangkaeto, but now a destroyed stone pyramid, nearby the stone monument of the great Kwangkaeto, should be of the great, and so this pyramid might be a tomb of king Zangsu. 'Zangkunchong' means a tomb of general in korean.
By the last discovery, new fact that the head part
of stone coffins in the inner chamber put towards Chonzi (crater lake)
on Paektusan (Mt. PaekTu), to the northeast, is unearthed.
*** coffins and ceiling in the inner chamber (below) ***
Area Five Xi'an Region 2
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