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Ancient Mysteries

Hidden Cities


Why would anyone want to hide a city in the first place? Well sometimes cities are hidden, not because anyone wanted to hide them, but because they became abandoned over time and then overgrown.


Another reason for a hidden city, is that it was built on top of. Then there are those cities that were actually kept a secret for different reasons. 

Usually they were attached to some secret project.


A new ground penetrating radar has found many hidden cities and underground systems. They are not in just one or two places either, they have been located all over the world. Some of the finds were incredible. Tunnels were found under a Mayan pyramid that stretched for over 500 + miles.


This would have allowed the Mayans to escape if invaded and many of them must have. Caverns that had been hollowed out and that are over 15,000 years old and are at least three levels deep, have been found under the Egyptian Pyramids. Who built them and why?


Interesting questions aren't they, epically in light of the fact that some people claim the sphinx is that old. Interesting as these things are, we are concentrating on cities in this article. We are talking about a city when we speak of the huge caves under the Pyramids, it was known as the city of the Gods.


There are so many theories about where these people came from and why they were down there, but I will give you two theories, starting with the one that is the most popular. This theory states that these people had survived the Deluge and that they were from a high tech civilization.


The reason that we don't have any evidence of high tech inventions from them may be three fold:

1. It is all hidden by people in authority that know about it.
2. Most of the scientists and engineers were wiped out and only the common people survived and they didn't have the knowledge to replicate those inventions.
3. The inventions were all destroyed in the flood.


Another theory is tied to an Egyptian legend. It states that the people who lived in the underground city were survivors of the flood and when they emerged, gods came down and helped them organize a civilization. 

Could these gods have been extraterrestrials?


This time was called ZEP TEPI, "The First Times", by the Egyptians. It is said that this city has been kept secret from the general population even though research has been going on there since its discovery. So why would this city not be public knowledge?


The so called reason for this, was the find of a cache of records that show that the people who inhabitanted the city were more advanced than we are today. Could this account for some of the strange finds that we hear about from time to time, such as a capacitor that was found inside an ancient rock?


Maybe this is the answer to those questions and if there was one civilization that was more advanced than our own, maybe there were more? If there were more, could some of the older ones have been even more advanced?


Star City in Russia was a city that was very secret through the cold war period. You couldn't enter it without special permission and it is said that it didn't appear on any maps. There was a reason for this, this was the place where not only the cosmonauts trained, but where workers lived that were working on space projects.

Oak Ridge was a secret city in the U.S. To give you an idea of how secret this place was, the Governor of the state didn't know about it. It had to be secret to protect it from sabotage. This was the home for the workers on the Manhattan Project, the project to build the first nuclear bomb.


Ruins of cities seem to dot the globe, but there are far more in some areas than in others. Look at the U.S. for example. Except for a very few exceptions, there is not much to be found in the way of buried cities, at least not yet, but if we move just across our southern border, there are still cities in jungles that are being found and dug up.


The Mayans, Olmecs, Zapotec, Nasca, Tiwanaku, Wari, Inca and Aztecs all flourished there. Add to this the most ancient of all, the newly discovered, the Caral Supe, who lived there from about 3,000 BC to 2500 BC. Is it any wonder why we keep finding cities? The Caral Supe lived in villages and a city named Caral, which may have been some villages connected to each other. The hidden city was unearthed in 1948, it had been buried for over 5,500 years. As a matter of fact, the city had Pyramids and was located in the desert of Peru. There is another name for this city and it is Chupacigarro Grande.


Here is a strange thing, at least I think it is strange, the design of this city with its temples was used as the template for the ancient cites in the area for over 4,000 more years. They were all built along the same lines. This site is by far the oldest one of a city that has been found in the area. When I say area, I am talking about the area that the above cultures would have inhabited. So how big was this city? It is estimated that it was part of at least 19 other pyramidal complexes that reached across 35 square miles of the valley. It is estimated that all the sites in the valley had as many as 20,000 people living in them.


There is one more thing that I have to mention, no weapons of any kind were found at the sites and there was no indication that any battles ever took place there. Sounds like an ideal society.


In 2002 another hidden South American city was found. The reason that it was never noticed before, was that it was on top of a mountain peak in the Andes in southeastern Peru. It is believed that it was occupied by the Inca in their early period and again in their final period. The markings of a complete city were found along with ruins of tombs and several platforms that suggest it was also used for ceremonial and sacred rites.


Carbon dating data was not conclusive and therefore the city can not be dated accurately. It is known that the Inca were there, but it just might turn out that the city is a lot older than the scientists think. The city is on a summit known as Cerro Victoria. Around the city were found the remains of over 100 circular buildings on the slopes. These building were built at elevations of up to an astounding 12,500 feet.


Some evidence has been found that refers to the city of Akkad. It was located in central Mesopotamia and was the capital of the Akkadian Empire. It is believed to have been on the west bank of the Euphrates, between Sippar and Kish, which is known as Iraq today. It was at the height of its power somewhere between 2,400 BC and 2,200 BC. 

This city has been the subject of constant exploration, but it has yet to be found.


What has been found is references to it from other discovered ruins. There is much evidence to suggest that the city was real and in the region that was searched.

Kemo D. (a.k.a. no.7) 

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