Archaeologists siscover one million year old artificial underground complex
Archaeologists digging in Israel have uncovered what appears to be an ancient underground complex that could be up to 1 million years old!
Most historians agree human civilization developed sometime around 10 to 12,000 years ago. Most ancient monuments and settlements fall neatly into that age period. But there are a number of findings that challenge this accepted view of human history. The latest of them comes from Israel, but one researcher believes it could be part of a much bigger underground complex spanning thousands of miles.
The site in question can be found in the Hurvat Burgin ruins in Adullam Grove Nature Reserve, located in central Israel. Many believe these ruins are a testament to human presence, activity and craftsmanship in a time where mainstream science tells us we barely knew fire.
Dr. Alexander Koltypin specialized as a geologist and is now head of the Natural Science Research Center at Moscow’s International Independent University of Ecology and Politology. His credentials are high, his experience vast. So when he says that humanity might have a much older, richer history, we should lend him our ears.
After analyzing hundreds of ancient settlements and archaeological sites all around the Mediterranean, Turkey and the Middle East, Dr Koltypin concluded that these apparent disconnected sites share a number of striking similarities. This has made him suspect the ancient sites were once connected and part of a bigger civilization.