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THEI Returns to the Subterranean World Part 1 : Teotihuacan “The Place Where The Gods Were Created”

Tunnel To “UNDERWORLD” Found Beneath Mexican Pyramid!

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DRONE OFF A PYRAMID! – Teotihuacan Pyramid of the Sun and Moon

Published on Jun 29, 2017

DRONE OFF A PYRAMID! – Teotihuacan Pyramid of the Sun and Moon. Today we visit Teotihuacan the city where men become gods! An incredible place tucked away in the wild near Mexico city. I love these pyramids so much and Im so happy I get to film with my amazing drone here!

Mexican Pyramid Liquid Mercury Secret Reveal

Published on Apr 27, 2015

Archaeologist Sergio Gomez and his team in Mexico have come closer to discovering a lost tomb deep beneath an ancient pre-Aztec pyramid at Teotihuacan. With the hidden chambers beneath the temple expected to yield burial locations of multiple kings, we explore the intriguing mystery on the Lip News with John Fenoglio and Jo Ankier.

Mexico archaeologists reach end of Teotihuacan tunnel,Sealed 2000 years ago

Published on Oct 29, 2014

MEXICO CITY – A yearslong exploration of a tunnel sealed almost 2,000 years ago at the ancient city of Teotihuacan yielded thousands of relics and the discovery of three chambers that could hold more important finds, Mexican archaeologists said Wednesday.

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“Gates of Hell” – Full Documentary

Featured Image: Medieval illustration of Hell in the Hortus deliciarum manuscript of Herrad of Landsberg about 1180. (Public-Domain)

youtube by .:HumbleServant:. Published on Dec 1, 2013

Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI Archive Gates of Hell

Oldest Maya Sun Observatory Hints at Origin of Civilization (+) Passage to the Maya Underworld – Ancient Civilizations (Video Documentary)

Featured Image: Drawing from the panel of the gods at Palenque. color sketch of the supreme ruler of priests and Maya. SOURCE.123RF (Royalty Free)

From Live Science

Oldest Maya Sun Observatory Hints at Origin of Civilization

Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer
Date: 25 April 2013 Time: 02:01 PM ET
…”The finding at a site called Ceibal suggests that the origins of the Maya civilization are more complex than first believed. Archaeologists hotly debate whether the Maya — famous for their complex calendar system that spurred apocalypse rumors last year — developed independently or whether they were largely inspired by an earlier culture known as the Olmec. The new research suggests the answer is neither.” . . . Read Complete Report
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Passage to the Maya Underworld – Ancient Civilizations

‘Gate to hell’ discovered in Turkey (w/video)

Illustration: Dante and Virgil at the gates of hell. By William Blake. (PUBLIC DOMAIN) 

From Fox News

By Rossella Lorenzi Published April 01, 2013 Discovery News

A “gate to hell” has emerged from ruins in southwestern Turkey, Italian archaeologists have announced.

Known as  — Ploutonion in Greek, Plutonium in Latin — the cave was celebrated as the portal to the underworld in Greco-Roman mythology and tradition. . . . Read Complete Report

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Pluto’s ‘Gate To Hell’ Discovered In Turkey

Published on Apr 2, 2013

The cave was celebrated in Greco-Roman mythology as the portal to the underworld.

National Geographic Latest News: Maya “Underworld” Observatory Revealed (Video on-sight Report)

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Maya “Underworld” Observatory Revealed

December 14, 2012—In a cave in Mexico’s Yucatán, a National Geographic explorer reveals what is believed to have been an underground observatory for witnessing the zenith passage of the sun.

Published on Dec 15, 2012

Just one more amazing solar observatory from an extremely advanced civilization.


Explorer : Easter Island Underworld (Full Video)

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uploaded by NationalGeographic

Published on Feb 16, 2012

On legendary Easter Island, scientists undertake a groundbreaking expedition: to map a vast cave system.

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Caves of the World # 6 ~Greece ~ Alepotrypa: Killer cave may have inspired myth of Hades (W/Video)

from Mother Nature Network

By Charles Choi, LiveScience

Wed, Nov 28 2012 at 2:05 PM EST

Archeologists discover that cave and artifacts inside are actually much more extensive and abundant than previously thought.

A giant cave that might have helped serve as the inspiration for the mythic ancient Greek underworld Hades once housed hundreds of people, potentially making it one of the oldest and most important prehistoric villages in Europe before it collapsed and killed everyone inside, researchers say.

The complex settlement seen in this cave suggests, along with other sites from about the same time, that early prehistoric Europe may have been more complex than previously thought.
The cave, located in southern Greece and discovered in 1958, is called Alepotrypa, which means “foxhole.” . . . Read Complete Report
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Uploaded on Oct 18, 2007

The cave of Alepotrypa is very famous in neolithic circles for having caved in after thousands of years of use, trapping the last inhabitants inside. We had the opportunity to visit at the weekend of 6-7 October 2007. Things to look out for are the FN figurines, the big lump of obsidian and the stal on the skull.

Gateway To Hell: Israeli Scientists Explore Twins Cave For Ancient Door To Underworld

from Huffington Post

Posted: 04/20/2012 2:21 pm Updated: 04/20/2012 2:36 pm

It’s an ancient legend: Located in scattered areas of Earth are openings, doorways, gates, if you will, to some unseen underworld, also variously referred to as hell, Hades and Dante’s Inferno.

Researchers exploring the famous Twins Cave outside of Jerusalem have uncovered evidence of some pagan rituals, dating back to the Roman Empire, that suggest people may have believed the cave was a portal to this underworld.

Bar-Ilan University archaeologists found 42 clay lamps — dating to the late Roman period — in a 70-foot-long vertical shaft inside the cave. It’s speculated that the lamps may have been used in ancient rituals between the 2nd and 4th century C.E., to supposedly guide the Greek goddess Demeter into Hades to search for her missing daughter. . . . Read Complete Report

Ancient cave speaks of Hades myth

Featured Illustration: (Hortus Deliciarum – 12th century Hell (Hölle) Artist: Herrad von Landsberg (about 1180) {{PD-Art}} Category:Hortus Deliciarum)

from USAToday

By Dan Vergano

Hades wasn’t the happiest place, the Department of Motor Vehicles of the ancient Greek afterlife.

There, in a gloomy underworld, departed heroes such as Achilles gathered mostly to grouse about their boredom, and await the verdict of the judges of the dead.

“I would rather be a paid servant in a poor man’s house and be above ground than king of kings among the dead,” said Achilles, the greatest of Greek heroes, commenting on the scenery, according to the ancient poem, The Odyssey. (Tough break for Achilles, but perhaps he was later cheered to learn that Brad Pitt played him in the 2004 filmTroy. )

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But for archaeologists, a Greek cave that has sparked comparisons to Hades looks more like heaven. Overlooking a quiet Greek bay, Alepotrypa Cave contains the remains of a Stone Age village, burials, a lake and an amphitheater-sized final chamber that saw blazing rituals take place more than 5,000 years ago. All of it was sealed from the world until modern times, and scholars are only now reporting what lies within.

“What you see there almost cannot be described,” says archaeologist Anastasia Papathanasiou of the Greek Ministry of Culture, . . . Read Complete report