posted on Feb, 22 2009 @ 09:30 PM
Originally posted by RFBurns
Your missing the point of the post, which was more of a "funny" that a stone would make a claim..as ArMap also was pointing out as a funny to
Zorgon's post that the stone made a claim. :
Yea that was pretty amazing ArMaP making a funny on a slip of English language
I do believe there is hope for him afterall
THE LOLLADOFF PLATE:
In the David Gamon's book which tells the story invented by him of an expedition of Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans in Tibet in the land of the Dropas, a plate
of Professor Lolladoff is mentioned.
According to the invented story, little time after the end of World War II, Polish professor Lolladoff showed one of the Dropa discs to an English
scientist, Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans. Lolladoff claimed to have bought the disc in Mussorie in Northern India, and that the disc came from strange people
called Dzopas which use such discs at the time of religious ceremonies. It is this plate that motivates Robin-Evans' Tibet expedition.
Here is the image of the infamous plate:
I was told by David Gamon the details on this matter. On my question, he informed me that he probably made a rough sketch of the plate for one of his
friends who had a forgery talent and who made a black and white painting of the plate and photographed it just enoought out of focus so that it
appears real. David is not very sure anymore to have made the rough sketch, it was almost 30 years ago, but he remembers well the friend who made the
painting of the plate.
As for the name "Lolladoff", David Gamon sought an anagram for "loads of ball" for the name of this invented character, but that did not function.
"Lolladoff" is the name which then came to him at the head.
Main page of this section here.
THE ROBIN-EVANS 1947 EXPEDITION:
Shortly after World War II the polish professor Lolladoff showed one of the Dropas "stone disks" to the English scientist Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans.
Lolladoff claimed to have bought the disk in Mussorie in Northern India and that it is supposed to be from a mysterious people called the "Dzopa"
who had used it for religious rituals.
In 1947 Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans made for the "mysterious land of the Dzopa", traveling through Lhassa (Tibet) where he was granted an audience with
the 14th Dalai Lama. On the way to the very inaccessible region to the northeast of the Himalaja, the English scientist was abandoned by his Tibetan
carriers as they were terribly afraid of Baian-Kara-Ula, and only with tremendous effort did he manage to reach his destination. After having won the
faith of the people, Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans was assigned a language-teacher in order to introduce him to the basics of the Dropa language and so he
learned their history from Lurgan-La, their religious guardian. Lurgan-La taught him that they originally came from a planet in the Sirius system.
They lead about 12000 years ago an exploration mission to earth. Their ship crashed and those survivors among them were then unable to leave earth
again. Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans died in 1974, his report was published only in 1978.
Black and white picture of the Dzopas/Dropas rulers:
This picture taken by Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans during his 1947 expedition shows the Dzopa ruling couple Hueypah-La (4 ft. tall) and Veez-La (3 ft. 4 in.
Only problem with all this is...
The totality of the story of the Karyl Robin-Evans expedition and all the characters are made up.