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Have you ever done something you shouldn’t, simply because
you knew it was forbidden? And for the excitement of not
getting caught?

Passing a mental marker that says Danger: Do Not Enter and
returning to tell the tale is thrilling.

Not all such excursions are without a price, however.

I’m going to acquaint you, soon, with some mysterious
smooth-walled subway systems in Central and South America.

Violate these forbidden passages and stone doors will spring
shut behind you. Other ingenious traps will ensure that you
never see daylight again.

These tunnels are very ancient. Actually, they are to found
on most continents.

Theodore Roosevelt, later to become U.S. president, picked
up accounts of these sophisticated prehistoric tunnels
during his expedition in 1914.

Whatever you call this archaeology letter, it will assuredly
prove to be an amazing journey. The ancient roads and canals,
though impressive, may elicit a yawn. But I dare you to
ponder the incredible tunnel systems and not become
spellbound.

The natives speak of tunnels with cut-stone walls as smoothtunnels
as glass in the mountains. (Some 70,000 artifacts now in a
private Ecuador museum were brought by natives from tunnels
near Tayos at the confluence of the Santiago and Morona
Rivers.)

In August 1976, Scotsman Stanley Hall led a seventy-strong
team to investigate another section of the Ecuadorian tunnel
system.

The expedition was supported by the Universities of
Edinburgh and Quito, with assistance from the British and
Ecuadorian armies, and accompanied by no less a celebrity
than the astronaut Neil Armstrong.

The party fought its way up the raging torrent of the Rio
Santiago to arrive at the shaft where, 700 feet below, the
entrance to the tunnels lay.

They found the surrounding area dotted with stone pillars,
some 20 feet in height and carved with strange hieroglyphics.
The members of the expedition spent two months in the tunnel
system, examined over 12 miles of tunnel and took many
photographs.

They also found evidence of past human presence, but no
treasure.

Here is another tunnel report – this time from Guatemala.tunnels2

One of my email contacts, Brack C., has sent me a most
interesting account of this experience. I’ll let him tell
you:

“From 1989 to 1994,” he says, “I lived in Central America,
undercover as a Medical Missionary, but actually there to
see what we (the US) could do to stop the genocide of
several tribes of Mayan Indians in Guatemala.

“This was extremely dangerous work, as the US was
considering cutting off the millions of dollars in US aid
monies to Guatemala if the genocides were not stopped,
which we finally put a major stop to.

“No, you will not see it reported in any mainstream media,
as usual – as it is always covered up for political
correctness reasons.

“Anyhow, what I wanted to tell you was, that I became a
trusted and valuable friend to many Mayan elders, and was
shown things that no other ‘outsiders’ including
archaeologists, etc, have ever been shown.

“Besides hidden cities, one of the most amazing things is
a man-made underground deep tunnel that runs from Belize
to Guatemala, made and used for trade and making attacks
on different groups of Indians by other Indians.

“It is a secret, of course, and still exists in good form.

“I personally used parts of it with guides to travel up
to 100 miles underground and undetected on one branch of
it upon several occasions.

“But there are many branches off of it, and I did nottunnels3
have the time to investigate it fully as to where all the
exits and entrances were, but was told various locations.

“This is how certain Mayans can ‘pop up’ many miles from
their home locations at a lot of places in Central
America, and visit with friends and family members without
ever being detected by Government forces out to kill or
capture them.”

My, Lyn, doesn’t that whet your appetite?

I tell you, there are many, many as yet undiscovered things
– as well as others discovered but kept secret for very
good reasons by some groups of elite persons all over the
world.

If you have “Dead Men’s Secrets”, then you already have in
your possession no less than 82 intriguing reports of such
tunnels from all over the planet.

If you don’t yet have the compendium of 1,000 tantalising
secrets e-book, “Dead Men’s Secrets”, then you need to
claim your copy.

It blows the cover from many of these  suppressed secrets.

To make it easy for you, here’s where to go:tunnels4
http://www.beforeus.com

I hope you are having a great week! If you are working too
hard, just slow down a little and enjoy the treasures that
can spice up your life… while you still can.

My warmest regards to you and your closest.

Jonathan Gray

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?

Please email me your questions. I am here to help
you with any questions on ancient mysteries. Just
email me at info@archaeologyanswers.com

International explorer, archaeologist and author
Jonathan Gray has traveled the world to gather data
on ancient mysteries. He has penetrated some largely
unexplored areas, including parts of the Amazon
headwaters. The author has also led expeditions to
the bottom of the sea and to remote mountain and
desert regions of the world. He lectures internationally.

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