The Chinese have a belief that the Celestial Empire was founded by their ancestors coming down from the Moon. Ancient Chinese authors praised "sui sin" - luminous spheres, believing that these mysterious objects contain colossal all-powerful entities. Cicero in De Divinatione also has a description of strange spherical objects in the sky above Rome.
These verbal pictures are supported by mysterious findings on the island of Lake Tuntin. There on the granite carved images of humanoid creatures flying across the sky on cylindrical machines. According to Professor Peng Lao of Beijing University, these findings are about 45 thousand years old. Fantastic discovery! So they depict contemporaries of Lemuria and Atlantis. And, apparently, they visited China.
The Chi manuscript says that China was ruled by a race of Divine Kings for 18,000 years. And the Huaynan Jiu details an idyllic age and a Garden of Eden where soul and body were in cosmic harmony. People lived in a comfortable climate and prospered. Spirits often came down to Earth and taught people divine wisdom. But then, because of lust and perversion, people degraded and fell into disgrace with the spirits. Then the world was filled with chaos and fear.
In the ancient Chinese book Shanghai Chin, there is a description of certain Miao - winged human beings. They lost the ability to fly in 2400 B.C. when they quarreled with the "High Lord.
In 213, the megalomaniacal emperor Zhe Huangti, ordered the Great Wall of China erected and all ancient Chinese records destroyed. Few survived, so the Chinese have vague notions that the age of witchcraft was followed by the age of the legendary Superman.
Then came the age of wars and cataclysms. Gradually the world came back to civilization, but of a lower order than the magical culture of the past. Many Chinese legends speak of the island of Maligasama. Perhaps this is the vanished Atlantis. The descendants of the rescued King Peyreum settled in China and began the reign of divine dynasties.
In the Zhouhouhoudyan caves near Beijing, scientists discovered such an astonishing variety and quantity of human and animal bones that it became obvious that they had all been brought there from afar by the waters of a powerful flood. Immanuel Velikovsky put forward convincing evidence that in the reign of Emperor Yao, about 1500 BC, the sun did not set for ten whole days and a giant wave that "reached the sky" fell on the land of China, the whole country was flooded. Velikovsky's research proves that some comet hit the Earth and shifted its axis. Because of this confused the sides of the world, changed the movement of the moon, the sun and the zodiacal constellations. We had to make a new calendar.
The contents of ancient Chinese tombs are astonishing. For example, in the tomb of the general Cao Zhou, buried in 316 BC, were found objects made of 85 percent aluminum, the production of which is very difficult even in the modern world.
The book "Chinese Vaults" speaks of an age of virtue, of a garden with a tree of golden apples of immortality guarded by a winged dragon. About the fall of man, about the primordial Chaos, about fasting and prayers, about heaven and hell, about a single universal mind that manifested itself when the Earth was ruled by men of the cosmos and when it was punished by cataclysms.
That is, the Chinese had the same beliefs as the peoples of the Middle East, Europe and America. And this means that in ancient times, China was not in isolation from the West, but flourished with other countries. It was only as a result of the catastrophes that destroyed civilization that China was almost cut off from Europe.
In the tale of Fenning, the story of the conflicts between the last tyrants of the Shang dynasty and the Zhou dynasty, gods and mere mortals wielded magical means of combat. Much more advanced than today's weapons. For example, heroes could unleash silver flying dragons that instantly destroyed enemies.
That is, wars were waged with such incredible weapons that could only be made based on the technology of the people of space. These included blinding beams of light, poisonous gases, burning orbs, and bacterial agents. They even had radar detection systems capable of seeing and hearing hundreds of kilometers away. And the commander-in-chief, Chiang Zui, would get into an air chariot and head for the Kunlun Mountain of the gods in the center of the earth.
It's hard to just fantasize about that. Most likely, the Chinese inherited their knowledge from some powerful civilization with great experience in science and magic. The Chinese chose the Dragon as the symbol of their civilization. According to them, the Celestial Dragon was the progenitor of the first dynasty of divine emperors. Mystical horse-dragon, according to beliefs, rose from the Yellow River. And appeared to the legendary Fu Shi, the first emperor of China, carrying on his back the scheme with the occult symbols from which Chinese writing evolved.
Ancient Chinese books describe fiery flying dragons - spaceships. They sweep across the sky, plunge into the sea or dry up fields, abduct people or bring divine aliens to Earth. Some UFOs these days do the same thing.