A Chinese manuscript uncovered in 2011 detailed a very unusual event: an alien abduction. According to the text, in 1528, a strange star traversed the sky from east to west. It descended and landed near a village in the mountains. Intrigued by the event, a stonemason approached the object. He described it as being shaped like a grinding wheel as big as a house, covered in brilliant colors.
He was brought inside the object by two human-looking beings who spoke to him in a language he could not understand. Once inside, the two humanoids placed him on a table and took his heart out to examine it. The stonemason said he did not bleed nor did he feel any pain. He then fell asleep.
He was awaken in a cold, strange land with a red hue. Although the sun, moon and stars were still present, there were no buildings and the people had round faces and three eyes. They wore strange clothing and spoke a strange language. He then lost his consciousness.
When he came back to his senses, he found himself back home only to learn he had been gone for a whole year.
The author of the text writes that when he heard of this tale, he went to see the stonemason. He had a red scar on his chest and swore the account was real.
If this text is authentic, we have yet another ancient depiction of alien abduction, telepathy and missing time.