The mystery of the ancient underground tunnels
Underground tunnels which are found on all continents of the Earth. Riddle of man-made structures is still not solved by experts. For what purpose and who built their team are not known.
Ancient tunnels under the ground
Jan Piek Polish researcher believes that the ancient tunnels are located all over the planet, including the oceans. These tunnels as if burned into the earth. The walls of the tunnels was hardened melt rocks, very similar to glass. Modern professionals are still unknown such tunneling technology. The age of the oldest tunnels about a million years, they were found in 1965, Juan Moritz ethnologist from Argentina. His expedition explored the province of Morona-Santiago in Ecuador, and struck a map of the tunnels located at a depth of 230 meters. The walls of these tunnels are very smooth, as if polished, the walls have ventilation pipe. The length of these tunnels hundreds of kilometers in different directions, one direction leads to the Pacific ocean. Still most of the tunnels are unexplored.
Andrew Thomas expert from the USA believes that the ancient tunnels penetrate the North American continent, linking it with Europe and East Asia. The most important intersections of these tunnels are called nodes. One such node is located under mount Shasta in California. One of the branches leads out into a large space that has been found Continue reading
The map is known and drawings in the slave societies of antiquity the peoples of the Ancient East who lived in the river valleys of the Tigris and Euphrates, and in Egypt. In these countries was widespread irrigation agriculture, which required the construction of an extensive system of irrigation and drainage facilities: canals, dams, reservoirs, created the density of the population and gave rise to a high value suitable for farming land. In these conditions (in the construction of irrigation facilities, setting boundaries of land plots, calculating land tax) there was a need in the area description. As evidenced by the documents found, such descriptions sometimes took the form of map images. The construction of large cities with fortresses, temples and palaces demanded making their plans. In addition to drawings of small sites we have, some primitive, well-known at the time in the world. Trade links and exchanges with foreign countries and numerous conquests contributed to the expansion of the geographical horizon and encouraged consolidation of acquired knowledge.
Relatively many finds discovered during the excavations in Babylonia and other countries of Mesopotamia, where the material Continue reading
The Anthony caves of the Troitsko-illinsky monastery in Chernihiv – is a monument of religious architecture X I – XIX centuries. They were founded in 1069 as a Christian cave monastery by Prince Svyatoslav Yaroslavich and the famous Church figure of the era of Kievan Rus, a native of the city of Liubech – Anthony of the caves. Initially the monastery was called Theotokos (Mother of God monastery). The chronicler claims that Anthony came to Chernihiv, fleeing from the wrath of the Prince of Kiev Izyaslav. He “loved” the Boldin hills and dug themselves a cave. The Foundation of the monastery was closely connected with a sharp rivalry between the two biggest cultural and political centers of the state – Kyiv and Chernihiv.
In Kiev at the same time, there was already the monastery of the caves, which have become very popular. Chernigov Prince Svyatoslav, in an effort to counter his capital the “mother of Russian cities”, with Anthony decided to create on the Boldin hills monastery similar to cave.
Intensive development of the monastery continued until the year 1239, when Chernihiv was destroyed by the Mongol-Tatars. Proof of this can be built in early X century II near the entrance to the cave stone Elias Church. Then came a period of decline, which continued until the X V I century. At this time, according to experts, the reconstruction of the monastery. Continue reading