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The Underground cities conspiracy charges curators, archaeologists, and anthropologists for covering up how old underground artificial structures really are. Many underground cities, from Lebanon, to Egypt, to India have been built on top of, in layers going back to Pre-civilization. The Sphinx gives good evidence of layered reconstruction.

Egyptology Conspiracy[]

Sphinx underground

Robert M. Schoch, an associate professor of Natural Sciences, has deviated from the mainstream by proposing that the Sphinx and Great Pyramids of Egypt may be older than 10,000 years old (See Sphinx water erosion hypothesis). Egyptologists are threatened by any dates older than the Khafra period c. 2558–2532 BCE,[1] because it would suggest that their cultural pride was built by a pre-civilization.

The covering up, or non-admission of earlier dating is common, not only in Egypt, but in many countries around the world. Pre-civilizations (which are civilized or advanced man prior to Sumeria and the Indra) are not accepted by mainstream researchers and scientists.

List of known underground cities[]

Derinkuyu, Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia city, Turkey

The following list is of known underground cities, considered to be mysteries of the World but all given late datings (nothing admitted to be older than 5,000 years old by mainstream).

  • Derinkuyu underground city, Cappadocia, Turkey
  • Kaymakli underground city, Cappadocia, Turkey
  • Naours, Northern France
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine, Krakow, Poland
  • Dixia Cheng, Beijing, China
  • Great Pit of Zawyet El Aryan
  • Labyrinth of Giza, Egypt
  • Hypogeum, Malta
  • Edinburgh Vaults, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • Setenil de las Bodegas, Spain
  • Elora cave complex, India
  • Taj Mahal tunnels, India

See also[]


  1. Dunford, Jane; Fletcher, Joann; French, Carole (ed., 2007). Egypt: Eyewitness Travel Guide, webarchive, 2009-02-18. London: Dorling Kindersley, 2007. ISBN 978-0-7566-2875-8.