In 1963 an underground city was discovered in Derenkuyu, Turkey. This was quite a find because it turned out to be a very large city cut out of rock. Extending to a depth of approximately 60 m (200 feet), it is large enough to have sheltered as many as 20,000 people. Just imagine how do 20,000 people live underground? The city is an engineering feat, containing deep wells for water supply and many ventilation shafts. Since its discovered more than 200 smaller underground villages have been discovered nearby.When you look a little further you find that there are underground villages all over the planet. A lot of them have not been explored by archaeologists. Often these villages show heavy erosion of the soil and rocks around them, thus exposing them to the surface at the present time. It seems that they are extremely old, that is, millions of years. The problem with archaeologists is that they never date anything older than a couple of thousand years ago, because according to their theories there were no advanced civilizations older than approx. 3,000 years. However, in 1996 Gobleki Tepe, also in Turkey, was discovered, showing a sophisticated and advanced civilization that had to be at least 10,000 years ago.
So, when in 1972, a Belgian artist, discovered an underground village, in the western Belgium, it doesn’t surprise us that the archaeologists were not even interested in hearing what he had to say, and didn’t even come by to have a look at it. Especially because he claimed that the village was about 70 million years old. However, what if his claims were really true? This would bring up a lot more questions about the history of intelligent life on this planet.
If you want to know more, read my article of A 70 Million Year Old Underground Village