Numerous tunnels and passages have been discovered on every continent, in places such as Arizona, the Andes, the Great Pyramids of Egypt and Derinkuyu, Turkey. Enigmatic corridors have also been found under the ocean – are they all likely to be connected, to form a vast global network? Here we explore all these enigmatic and ancient subway worlds.
Tunnels of America
The Hopi Indians of Arizona, USA speak of the “Ant People,” intraterrestrial beings who taught them how to build subway tunnels. A Hopi petroglyph represents Mother Earth and seems to represent all this hypothetical network of tunnels on the planet.
Mount Shasta volcano is located in California. Hopi legends speak of a subway city inside, inhabited by white beings.
A witness Dr. Doreal affirmed in 1931 that this lost city had the same architecture of the Mayas and Aztecs. Other witnesses are local settlers who have reported sightings of these beings entering and leaving the volcano.
In Mexico there is a legend that under the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan is the lost city of Quetzalcoatl.
Tayos and Andes Caves
The Tayos Caves is another prominent site in this theory of a network of tunnels. They are located in the thick, jungle-like Amazon of Ecuador and have symmetrical passageways and large blocks and lintels that demonstrate human engineering.
According to the German journalist Karl Brugger, in the upper Amazon basin there are several lost cities connected through tunnels with thirteen citadels hidden in the interior of the Andes.
In colonial times, the Incas hid their riches underground. It was reported that they would have used tunnels built by an older, unknown civilization, reaching as far as the Atacama Desert in Chile.
Likewise, hundreds of mysterious tunnels more than 10,000 years old have been found in Brazil. In addition to the Inca and pre-Inca Chinkanas of Peru and Bolivia. It is thought that a subway Chinkana would link Tiahuanaco with Cusco.
Tunnels in Europe, Africa and Asia
Archaeologists have discovered thousands of Stone Age passageways scattered throughout Europe. Shockingly, they run from Scotland to Turkey, where the great subway city of Derinkuyu is located. German archaeologist Dr. Heinrich Kusch revealed that these tunnels were dug more than 12,000 years ago.
Under the Great Pyramids of Egypt are buried buildings. In addition, researchers suggest that there is a subway network stretching from the Red Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.
In Tibet there are thousands of caves that, according to legends, lead to the kingdom of Shambhala. While in the Chinese province of Hundan, numerous underground corridors have also been found, with walls and ceilings full of drawings.
Under the oceans
Suspected underwater tunnels have been discovered beneath the oceans, most recently through Google Earth satellite imagery.
One example is an extensive network of tunnels discovered by Mundo Desconocido researcher José Luis Camacho. They were found off the coast of the California Peninsula, Mexico.
Another example is from the YouTube channel, Disclose Screen. There it was shown with Google Earth images that there are hundreds of lines under the sea connecting Antarctica with Australia.
There are countless ancient entrances, tunnels and subway corridors all over the planet, even with legends of secret and unexplored passages. Something incredible are the tunnels built in the Stone Age, since it raises the question of how humans would have built them with such ancient tools. Could it be true that all these tunnels connect the entire planet? It could be, since there are sets of tunnels that cover thousands of kilometers, such as those from Scotland to Turkey.
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and the tunnels under the Andes
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Russian esotericist and founder of the legendary Theosophical Society, cited a tunnel in Cuzco whose ramifications extend into Lima, to twist south into Bolivia. She wrote:
“There is a royal sepulcher to whose chamber two ingeniously arranged doors give access, or rather enormous slabs which, turning on their hinges, close with such perfect adjustment, that only by means of certain secret signs can the juncture of the faithful guardians be discovered.”
Blavatsky makes known in her works the existence of subway rooms in South America, and even suggests that several secret lodges possess this ancestral knowledge.
Among some of the indiscretions that emerge from these stories, later transmitted by Blavatsky, the South American question and its enigmatic subway tunnels arise. And although there were much earlier indications gathered about their existence, Blavatsky becomes a more than authorized voice, taking into account the background that surrounds her. Let’s analyze this text where she explains the secrets of the Tomb of the Incas, which she saw during her visit to Peru.
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