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Peru’s Underground

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Peru’s Underground


Location: Peru – NOT SPECIFIED
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  The Kon-Tiki expedition, while in Peru searching for bamboo, discovered a cavern in which an ancient cuneiform inscription was found engraved on the wall, The inscription was later translated and told in poetic form the tragic story of a knight who enters the cave to rescue his maiden, who was seduced and abducted by a satyrus like creature, whose tracks he followed to the cavern. The knight, before descending to take revenge on the demonic beings below and in the event that he does not return, inscribes a warning on the cavern wall to those who might discover the cave in the future. 
Source:  Cossette Willoughby of Fairacres, New Mexico


Location: Cuzco Peru
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:   Stories of many secret entrances near the ancient city.  “Sirs: …In regard to the underground passages at Cuzco, I have been told again and again by natives and some foreign investigators that there are subterranean passages in the neighborhood of Cuzco which are still guarded. Men have actually been known to try to enter these passages and either disappear or turn up dead. Rather than attribute this to deros (this is not sarcasm, as I find Shaverism very much worthy of study) I would attribute it to the zeal of the Indians to guard the treasures of the past to which they feel they are rightful heirs. “Separately, someday, I hope to present a treatise on why I believe the Treasure of the Incas exists today near Cuzco and that it could not be valued at much less than seventy-five millions of dollars, but that is a lengthy subject. There is much to support the possibility of the existence of the underground passages to which Mr. Hansen refers, because, among other evidences, it is known that the Incas had secret ways of traveling great distances under ground. A friend of mine (a Peruvian miner with twenty years of experience among the Quichua Indians in the Andean highlands) has actually discovered the entrance to one of these royal passages. “The floor is paved with tile. He wet back as far as he could go without suffocating. The air is too stale and there is considerable danger of cave-ins.  The Incas were very clever, but I don’t believe at all that they had the means to bore tunnels for thousands of miles through the mountains. Rather, if they covered such distances underground, it can only mean that their man-made passages were only entrances into a series of caverns. After earthquakes in the hills and in Lima (as long as twenty minutes after) you can sometimes hear subterranean rumblings, as though the sound were the result of subterranean landslides in deep caverns below.  “Indeed one time in Lima I heard a subterranean landslide without the accompaniment of earthquake. The ground merely vibrated in a light and curious fashion for perhaps a minute, to the accompaniment of the muffled, subterranean sound of sliding rocks. Ask the Indians in the hills. They’ll tell you at once about the rumblings under ground…” – Marx Kaye., Lima, Peru, S.A.
Source:  The following letter appeared on pages 168-171 of the June 1947 issue of AMAZING STORIES magazine. 

 


Location: Fort Sacsayhuaman Peru
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:   Several stories exist of large labyrinths beneath this ancient Peruvian fort;  “The mystery of socabons (tunnels and underground rooms) is not limited to South America, but in Peru it belongs to tradition in the same way as lost treasures, the Incas, and secret cities.    “At Ilo, a rock bearing mysterious writing, now almost entirely effaced, is said to reveal the entrance to the socavon that leads to the lost world of the ancients. Powerful occult defenses protect the mysterious world, where gold and precious stones abound.    “Such legends circulate all over the country, and the Peruvians are particularly fond of them. It is said that a vast underground passage goes from Lima to Cuzco and that the ancient capital of the Incas is connected to the fortress of Sacsayhuaman, which overlooks the city, by socabons forming a labyrinth in which the treasure of the Incas is hidden. I can readily believe in that secret sanctuary where Huascar, the last of the lawful Inca rulers, buried the wealth of his kingdom when the greedy Spaniards invaded the empire and crossed — the devil knows how — the ‘uncross able’ Andes.    “The entrance to the labyrinth was in the Moyock Marca, a kind of stronghold that rose from the center of the fortress. A priestly caste composed of members of the Council of Elders had charge of the underground city. The network of passages was so ingeniously designed that not even the king — the Inca — could go into the city without being guided.    “The heart of the labyrinth was an immense cavern where an abundant spring had its origin.”  In one spot amidst the crumbling stones is a low dark opening leading into the bowels of the earth. In the year 1850 or ’51, seven students of the Cuzco University entered the forbidding dark hole. That was the last that was ever seen of them. The authorities then ordered the entrance walled up…”
Source:  Pages 95-96 of “THE MYSTERIES OF THE ANDES”, by Robert Charroux;  Miss Eleanore Kramer., 1239 W. 32nd Pl., Chicago 8, Illinois

 


Location: Andes Mt. & Lake Tiahuanaco Peru
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:   Reports of Prehistoric Tunnels that have been discovered and are being explored, beneath the Andes Mountains
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Location: Northern Peru
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  Several villages in Northern Peru contain unusual subterranean houses and tunnels.
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Location: Southeastern Peru
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:   Pre-Columbian tunnel complex discovered in southeastern Peru
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Location: Villa de Maria Peru
Functions:  Investigation of the Results of their experiments in the Andes Area 
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
Notes:  0 ET’s as scientists – 75 Hybrids. 31 Homo Sapiens as scientists – 20 Ships, small and fast, to pick up and bring back people – Space for 160 prisoners.
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Location: Peru
Functions: Unknown
Levels: Unknown
Tunnels to: Unknown
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