Is it possible that ancient cultures were interconnected thousands of years ago? According to thousands of underground tunnels that stretch from North Scotland towards the Mediterranean
the answer is a big yes.
While the reason behind these sophisticated tunnels remains a mystery, many experts believe that this huge 12,000 year old network was built as a protection against predators and other dangers 12,000 years ago.
Some experts believe that these mysterious tunnels were used as modern-day highways, allowing the transition of people and connecting them to distant places across Europe.
In the book Secrets Of The Underground Door To An Ancient World (German title: Tore zur Unterwelt) German archaeologist Dr Heinrich Kush states that evidence of huge underground tunnels has been
found under dozens of Neolithic settlements all over the European continent. These tremendous tunnels are often referred to as ancient highways.
According to Dr Kusch, the fact that many of these tunnels still exist today, after 12,000 years indicates
that the tunnels must have been both complex and huge in size. While some of the tunnels are relatively small — some of them measure over
a meter in width, — there are other tunnels that have been found with underground chambers and storage areas.
The fact that these tunnels have been found points towards incredible ancient ingenuity which
is anything but what history books tells us today.
Ancient mankind had the knowledge and tools to build complex structures over ten thousand years ago.
Evidence of that are the Pyramids of Bosnia in Europe and their incredible underground
tunnels that go on for kilometers.
Dr Kusch states that: Cappadocia in Turkey is another incredible example. The underground city of Derinkuyu is another piece of evidence which points towards the perfection and long-lost construction methods
of our ancestors.
The underground city of Derinkuyu is perhaps one of the greatest achievements in underground construction together with the huge network of tunnels. The geological features of the stone from Derinkuyu is something that is very
important; it is very soft.
Thus, the ancient builders of Derinkuyu had to be very careful when building these underground chambers providing enough pillar strength to support the floors above; if this was not achieved, the city would have collapsed,
but so far, archaeologists have not found evidence of any “cave-ins” at Derinkuyu.
Other ancient monuments such as Gobekli Tepe are more pieces of crucial evidence that point towards incredible skills and knowledge by people who inhabited
our planet over ten thousand years ago.
According to Dr Kusch, chapels were often built at the entrances to the underground tunnels because the Church were afraid of the heathen legacy the tunnels might have represented, and like many other things,
the church wanted to make sure word about the tunnels was kept as a secret.
In some of the tunnels writings have been discovered which refer to these underground tunnels as gateways to the underworld.
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During the Gulf War in 1991, Shun Akiba was one of only two foreign journalists reporting from Baghdad, along with Peter Arnett of CNN. With such experience
and expertise, it would be reasonable to imagine him in great demand right now. Wrong.
Shun is on some kind of invisible blacklist.
His book “Teito Tokyo Kakusareta Chikamono Himitsu” (“Imperial City Tokyo: Secret of a Hidden
Underground Network”), published by Yosensha in late 2002, is already in its fifth edition. Yet Shun has found it impossible to get the media to take serious note, write reviews or offer interviews.
This is very strange because he has a great story —
evidence of a network of tunnels and possibly an underground city beneath Tokyo that the public is totally unaware of. “Why am I ignored? Can I be on to something, and there is a conspiracy to silence me? I believe so.” Shun’s
father was a journalist with the Asahi newspaper. “I hated his lifestyle. Preferring to work in entertainment, I steered myself into TV. Finding myself in the news section, I decided to go abroad.” Working for Asahi TV, he covered the
U.S. military invasion of Panama, leftwing guerrilla actions in Peru, peacekeeping activities in Cambodia, and the Gulf War as a foreign correspondent. Then in 1996, he decided to go freelance, recasting himself as a writer. “I wrote a mystery novel,
called ‘Director’s Cut,’ never thinking I’d go back to journalism.”
What changed his life was finding an old map in a secondhand bookstore. Comparing it to a contemporary map, he found significant variations.
“Close to the Diet in Nagata-cho, current maps show two subways crossing. In the old map, they are parallel.”
The journalist in him taking over, he sought out construction records. When responses proved defensive and noncooperative —
“lips zipped tight” — he set out to prove that the two subway tunnels could not cross: “Engineering cannot lie.”
This inconsistency is just the first of seven riddles that he investigates in his book. The second reveals
a secret underground complex between Kokkai-gijidomae and the prime minister’s residence. A prewar map (riddle No. 3) shows the Diet in a huge empty space surrounded by paddy fields: “What was the military covering up?” New maps (No. 4) are
full of inconsistencies: “People are still trying to hide things.”
The postwar General Headquarters (No. 5) was a most mysterious place. Eidan’s records of the construction of the Hibiya Line (No. 6) are hazy to say the least.
As for the “new” O-Edo Line (No. 7), “that existed already.” Which begs the question, where did all the money go allocated for the tunneling? The bulk of Shun’s book covers the development of the subway system and
questions the many inconsistencies between maps of the past and present — even those that were contemporaneous. “Even allowing for errors, there are too many oddities.”
Shun claims to have uncovered a secret code that links
a complex network of tunnels unknown to the general public. “Every city with a historic subterranean transport system has secrets,” he says. “In London, for example, some lines are near the surface and others very deep, for no obvious reason.” Sitting on the Ginza subway from Suehirocho to Kanda, he says, you can see many mysterious tunnels leading off from the main track. “No such routes are shown on maps.” Traveling from Kasumigaseki to Kokkai-gijidomae, there is a line off
to the left that is not shown on any map. Nor is it indicated in subway construction records.
At Tameike-sanno on the Ginza Line, the first basement level is closed off, for official use only. “Go to the toilet on B2 and there is a door to
B1, but locked.” Also he investigates three large buildings in Hibiya that share an enormous underground car park. “This space was there before the buildings were independently constructed. What was it for?”
As for the
Diet Library, this runs to eight floors underground, all closed to the public. A magazine that asks repeatedly to look around is always denied access.
“Subway officials treat me as if I’m a drunk or a madman,” Shun notes with a wry smile.
“Tokyo is said to have 12 subways and 250 km of tunneling. I’d say that last figure is closer to 2,000 km. It’s clear to me that the tunnels for the Namboku, Hanzomon and O-Edo lines existed before decisions were made to turn them into public
What most concerns Shun is not the existence of this network, but why it is a carefully preserved secret. He can understand why maybe before World War II the government thought it prudent that the public remain in ignorance. “Not
wanting the enemy to know, it was decided to tell no one and let the population survive as best it could.”
At the end of the war, the Cold War took root. “It seems likely that the subterranean complex was prepared for a possible nuclear
attack.” What is going on right now under our feet, he wonders, with scares of war in the Middle East and within missile range of North Korea.
After “Teito Tokyo Kakusareta Chikamono no Himitsu” was published, a reader wrote to
Shun saying he had worked on a new subway using a diamond cutter on old concrete — concrete that was already there. “I want to make a TV documentary. I think we have the right to know what lies beneath our feet, don’t you?”
who lives with his family in Ochanomizu, says his wife worries a lot, especially about money. But when he told his son at age 12 what he was doing, and why, the youngster’s response was immediate: “It’s OK, Dad. I think what you’re
doing is right. Don’t worry about us. Go for it.”
Strange tales of subterranean civilizations, cities and ancient technology
There is something fundamentally and primally
mysterious about caves and tunnels. Maybe it's their darkness or the fact that they open into the very body of the Earth. They are invariably the subjects of adolescent adventure stories, such as the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew mysteries, and R.L. Stine's books. And they serve as backgrounds in exciting stories directed at older audiences
as well, such as Jules Verne's A Journey to the Center of the Earth and the Indiana Jones films.
Tunnels represent the unknown and touch the fears that reside deep in the primitive human subconscious.
I've come across several sites on the Web that tell what some believe are true
stories of vast underground networks of tunnels. And they are no less mysterious and fantastic than those used as settings in the fictional tales mentioned above.
It's not that the tunnels merely exist and are unknown to most people, it's what they contain, who built them, and why - and that takes us into the deepest recesses of the unknown.
People who claim to have first- or second-hand knowledge
or experience with these tunnels make many astonishing claims: that they contain long-lost cities; that they are inhabited by advanced civilizations -- perhaps the descendants of Atlantis; that they are bases for
extraterrestrials and their flying saucers; that they are bases
for secret government installations. The government no doubt has top-secret military installations deep within mountains and perhaps underground, but this, of course, is the least fantastic of the stories.
Here are highlights of some of the more extraordinary
claims. Since these stories come without photos or any other kind of verification, consider them skeptically. In any case, they are fascinating.
Kinkaid made an astonishing discovery while on an expedition, sponsored
by the Smithsonian Institute, in the Grand Canyon. Among his findings:
A mammoth chamber about 1,480 feet underground from which radiates dozens of passageways "like the spokes of a wheel."
Several hundred rooms, some of which
contain artifacts such as weapons and copper instruments of a kind that have never been known to be native to the Americas.
A crypt containing mummies -- all adult males -- wrapped in a bark fabric.
A shrine containing a Buddha-like idol
sitting cross-legged with a lotus flower in each hand.
Stone tablets on which are carved mysterious Egyptian-like hieroglyphics.
The article also mentions a legend of the Hopi Indians that says their ancestors once lived in an underworld
in the Grand Canyon.
Crumf burial cave
In 1892, Frank Burns of the U.S. Geological Survey reported that he found strange coffins in the Crunf Cave along the southern branch of the Warrior River in Murphy's Valley, Alabama. The
wooden coffins appeared to be hollowed out by fire, then chiseled with stone or copper tools. Each coffin was 7.5 feet long, 14 to 18 inches wide, and 6 to 7 inches deep. The lids were open on each empty coffin. The specimens were sent to the Smithsonian,
which suggested the coffins might actually be troughs. In any case, the museum lost the artifacts.
Tunnel network under California
According to an article entitled "California Floats On Ocean?" in the Fall 1985 edition of Search magazine, a high-ranking but unnamed Naval officer told of the discovery of a huge network of tunnels under portions of the west coast of the U.S.
He said that U.S. nuclear submarines had explored some of these tunnels, which are accessible
just off the continental shelf, and had followed them inland for several hundred miles.
Here are more highlights of this incredible claim:
What is being passed off as the San Andreas
Fault are actually large, unsupported chambers that are in the process of collapsing.
A well-known U.S. nuclear submarine lost its way in one of the passages and was never heard from again. (Two U.S. nuclear submarines have disappeared under mysterious
circumstances -- the U.S.S. Thresher and the U.S.S. Scorpion.)
Some of California is actually floating on the ocean. When oil companies began pumping oil from beneath the city of Long Beach, it began to
sink -- up to 26 feet before the pumping was stopped.
More and more tunnels
The above story was written up in a long article called "The Underground Empire," which reveals many more details. It also offers these other
A couple from Bishop, California discovered a circular hole in the ground while exploring for petroglyphs. They climbed down the hole which bottomed out to a horizontal corridor. On one of the walls was carved a face out
of the mouth of which poured water. Suddenly the water started to gush out of the face and from other openings, and the couple was forced to abandon the tunnel. Later, both recalled that they heard music down there.
In West Virginia, workers found some caverns with strange hieroglyphics written on the walls. They also claimed to gear faint voices and what sounded like machinery coming from beyond the walls of the cavern.
men searching for bat guano (which has some value as fertilizer) at the foot of Mount Lassen found a deep cave. They followed it inside for a mile or two and noticed that the floor was worn smooth, as if it had been used for a road. Eventually they met three
strange "men" who asked if they are "surface people," and then took them deeper in the cave on an electromagnetically powered hovercraft. The story gets stranger from there.
Travelers Ferdinand Ossendowski and Nicholas
Roerich claim to have discovered a subterranean society below central Asia, which they referred to as Agharta or Agharti. They say it is home to 20 million people, and their civilization extends throughout all the subterranean passages of the world.
12-man speleological team broke into an ancient tunnel system in northern Arkansas and encountered the inhabitants of the subsurface world.
Exploring another cave in Arkansas, just north of Batesville, explorers found a tunnel illuminated by a greenish
phosphorescence where they met a race of beings who stood 7 to 8 feet tall and had bluish skin. The beings, who have advanced technology, told the explorers they are the direct descendents of Noah.
Brazil is said to have many entrances to an
underground world. Several people claim to have proof:
Two explorers returning from tunnels near Ponte Grosse in Brazil say they spent five days in an underworld city inhabited by 50 adults and some children.
The same two explorers found
another tunnel entrance in Rincon and saw luminous flying saucers going in and out, and heard beautiful choral singing.
An old man living near Concepiao told how he had visited a vast underground city where strange vehicles darted back and forth.
An explorer looking through a tunnel near Rio Casdor met a beautiful woman who appeared to be about 20 years old, but told the explorer she was 2,500 years old.
Pretty far-out stuff, huh? There is, of course, no proof to verify any of these
stories, and the explorers always seem to lose or forget where the exact entrance to these caves and tunnels are. Some of the stories may have a basis in fact, but most are certainly tall tales, exaggerations, or outright fabrications. But they fortify our
fascination with strange caves and tunnels. They make me, at least, want to go exploring in them. And who knows what would be found!
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