Compelling historical evidence suggests that China had been visited by UFOs for thousands of years, and the visits continue to this day. If true, this helps explain China’s rush to colonize the Moon and Mars first. Business Insider reported that China plans to reach Mars by 2020 and eventually build a moon base, while Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, says he plans to put people on Mars in 2025, five years after the goal set by the Chinese.
Are the Chinese in a rush to colonize the solar system first because they have alien friends waiting for them out there?
Open Minds says, “It shouldn’t come as a surprise that many fascinating accounts of flying machines, unexplained celestial observations and close encounters with strange beings can be found quite extensively in historical and literary works from China.”
For instance, ancient Chinese texts tell of long-lived rulers from the heavens, who flew in fire-breathing dragons. I wrote about descriptions from Chinese history that sounded like UFOs in God, Ancient Astronauts and China’s Yellow Emperor.
A partner of the Huffington Post also reported UFO sightings in China, “four lantern-like objects forming a diamond shape … hovered over the city’s Shaping Park for over an hour … flights were diverted in Hangzhou, also in eastern China, after a mysterious object was seen hovering in the sky.”
In addition, there’s a Tibetan book called the Kantyua, which means “the translated word of Buddha”. It tells of flying “pearls in the sky” and of transparent spheres carrying gods to visit man.
There’s also “The Chinese Roswell” by Hartwig Hausdorf, an author who spent years in China uncovering tell-tale traces of an alien mind which may have passed that way millennia ago.
Conservative state-run newspapers and television media often report UFO sightings, and China has a bimonthly UFO magazine devoted to UFO research, The Journal of UFO Research.
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