Published on Sep 15, 2018

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Support Our Fight Against Academic Fallacies: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MysteryHisto… Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mysterytweetery Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory Narration By Don Moffit: www.DonMoffit.com There have recently been some astonishing academically contradictory discoveries, unearthed throughout Europe. Archaeologists have been discovering a network of underground tunnels, apparently, somehow cut throughout the stone age, which cover the territories of Spain, Turkey, and most of the European continent. Their approximate age, according to funded archaeologists, is no less than 12 thousand years. Yet how people living within the Stone Age, people without any form of metal tools or chisels, managed to cut thousands of miles of tunnel systems, is clearly a considerably contradictory mystery. Thousands of underground tunnels stretching from Scotland to Turkey, that have predictably, placed the many submissive, order taking funded scientists throughout the academic world, at a dead end to explain. However, if one presumes, as the evidence we share here on our channel often suggests, that a past, now lost, highly advanced civilisation, once flourished here on our earth, their creation is less of a challenge to explain. Yet the purpose for their existence will remain an enigma. Were they created by a group, attempting to hide from something? Or possibly, they were ancient smuggling tunnels, left by members of this lost civilisation, once used to smuggle items from ancient settlement to settlement, found throughout Europe? German archaeologist Dr. Heinrich Kush, in his book, Secrets of the Underground Doors to the Ancient World, states that the tunnels were dug beneath hundreds of Neolithic settlements, all across Europe, and the fact that so many tunnels have survived, indicates that the original network was much larger than that which still survives… Quote, “In Bavaria alone, we discovered 700 meters of these underground tunnels. In the Austrian Styria, we found 350, and Throughout Europe there were thousands of such tunnels, from the north of Scotland stretching to the Mediterranean itself.” End quote. The fact that these tunnels have been identified, as having been cut at least 12,000 years ago, should indicate to all those still with the capacity of critical thought, that they are undoubtedly far older than this, as to state that they were somehow cut by people with literally no tools at their disposal, to us, seems laughable. The tunnels are all relatively narrow, being about 70 centimetres in width, just enough for an adult man to travel through. In some places there are small rooms, storage chambers and seats, clearly indicating that these cave systems were used by a number of people at a time. How did our ancient ancestors create such an awe-inspiring network of tunnels, without the utilization of some form of tunnelling equipment, lighting, and indeed smelted metal tools? It is not surprising to us, or anyone who has paid attention to the limited tale of events, put forward by academia, that these tunnels remain a perplexing ancient artefact for them to explain, yet we feel, they are clear evidence of a past civilisation, having crudely cut these tunnels, possibly for some nefarious reason we are yet to unravel. They are undoubtedly, highly compelling. https://oko-planet.su/phenomen/phenom…