As stated on www.beforeus.com
In a remote northern area of Tibet lie the ruins of the Hsing Nu capital, discovered by Duparc in 1725.
Within the city, Duparc came upon a mass of monoliths (once coated with silver), a pyramid, part of a tower of blue porcelain, and a royal palace, containing thrones with sun and moon images. There was also a large milky white stone surrounded by exquisite drawings.
Now for the stunning sequel. In 1952, a Soviet expedition arrived. The group was shown by Tibetan monks some ancient documents, whose descriptions agreed with those of Duparc.
But here is the breathtaking part: the milky white stone, so said the documents, was "brought from the moon."
Whether the stone actually came from the moon or not is unknown. However the description of the pyramid, the thrones and the palace was too good to be passed over. It is included in my first book, "Serpent Priestess of the Annunaki"