Retro: Philip Coppens’ “The Quest For The Metal Library”

I believe this to be the most interesting  and believable story in all of the information circulating about subterranean worlds. . . . Dennis

Photo Gastón Fernández inside the Tayos Cave 1969 SOURCE Quest For the Metal Library website

The Quest For The Metal Library

A system of tunnels and caves beneath Ecuador and Peru is reputed to hold an ancient treasure-house of artifacts including two libraries, one containing inscribed metal books and the other storing tablets of crystal.

Philip Coppens

It’s not what you know, but who you know. In 1973, Erich von Däniken, at the height of his fame following the success of Chariots of the Gods?, claimed that he had entered into a gigantic subterranean tunnel system in Ecuador, which he was told spanned the length of the continent—surely evidence that our ancestors were highly advanced, if not extraterrestrial? The structure was believed to house a library in which books were made out of metal—this in an area where today there is nothing but “primitive” Indian tribes with no written language. Evidence of a lost civilization? It was a major claim, and it did not go unchallenged.. . . Read Complete Report /photos

Dig DEEPER: Read my series of reports Starting with
“Secret Underground Tunnels, Past & Present – Part 1.”

 

 

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