It’s no doubt that the lost cities and civilizations of the Amazon are fascinating. These cities and cultures utilized the jungle in ways that we still have yet to do to this day, because they lived there. Now, civilizations live outside of the jungle.. but sometimes the most civilized live in the very heart of the jungle.
Through the use of Lidar technology these cities in the Amazon have been unearthed. What’s fascinating is that up until now it was only thought that these were human civilizations, and perhaps they were. But perhaps, they were more. Perhaps these were alien civilizations that were harvesting gold and other treasures from the Amazon.
It all started with a man who was one of the pioneers of the ancient astronaut theory. Back in 1973, Erich Anton Paul Von Daniken wrote a book that would forever change the world. His book was responsible for bringing this old alien hypothesis to the attention of the public.
His book entitled ‘Gold of The Gods‘ went into depth and included quite extensive research around a lost city buried beneath most of the country of Ecuador.
In his book he has a detailed conversation with Janos Juan Moricz about an entrance through the Cueva de Los Tayos cave. Janos Juan knew the entrance to this forgotten world beneath us and is an expert on ancient underground tunnel systems. Specifically this one as well.
While exploring this cave Janos claimed to stumble into a room full of lost jewels and ancient artifacts. Indiana Jones level here!
There were quite literally rooms full of golden jewels and coins as well as a golden casket with it intact an ancient library of strange metallic books.
After exploring further Janos research led him to suggest that these lost rooms of gold and treasure, along with the metallic library and golden coffin were actually placed there by a lost civilization with the help of extraterrestrial beings. Do you think that Janos Juan Moricz stumbled on an ancient alien tomb?
A tomb that actually managed to survive for thousands of years without being disturbed at all? Impressive feat to say the least.
It turns out that Janos Juans claims were taken seriously by others. This actually resulted in the largest cave search ever undertaken. A man by the name of Stan Hall from Britain started this expedition in 1976, interesting year for a search for treasure huh?
The search was mainly to find the golden artifacts, and treasure, and perhaps an alien corpse.
The expedition was large and included over 100 people. This search included experts from many fields including British military, Ecuadorian military, even an entire film crew, former Astronaut (and proclaimed first man on the moon) Neil Armstrong.
The search team came with 8 British Cavers who were constantly and very thoroughly exploring the ancient tunnel systems. They successfully conducted a survey of the tunnel system as well as produced a map of the buried city to boot.
Unfortunately for this mostly British and partially Ecuadorian crew, no remains were found. The thought is that tomb robbers made it there before them.
It actually took over a year for Stan Hall to organize this team and search party. This was a year that directed a lot of attention to the caves and gold. The claim may have been the consequential aspect of it as these caves were documented very accurately in the past.
Some of the more mythical items from the cave were recovered by a man by the name of Father Crespi. He was considered a saint by some people. Born in Milan, Italy in 1891, he died in 1982. Crespi was a Salesian monk who dedicated the majority of his life to worship and charity. He lived in a small town in Ecuador called Cuenca for more than 50 years.
Father Crespi did not have much wealth but he did help the less fortunate with what he did have. One of his hobbies was collecting ‘impossible artifacts’ – He would even encourage those that did not have money to find things in the jungle such as artifacts and bring it to him, where he would then pay them.
Although some of these items would amount to nothing, some of the items brought to him did actually collaborate with Erich Von Daniken’s tale of the caves. Giving him hope. Some of these items were made of solid gold and had words and transcriptions on them, presumed to be from ancient civilizations.
In the collection also included some metallic books in a language unknown to man. When Father Crespi died his items were looted an replaced by obvious forgeries, or stolen entirely, which raised even more questions. Who knew what he had?
Was it the very people he paid to bring him these items seeking to get the treasure back for which they sold short in order to survive? Maybe Father Crespi wasn’t as giving as the tale tells.
Ultimately, characteristics of the cave matched both Crespi and Von Daniken’s stories, showing correlation that could lead one to believe the truth was here, in the story. What are your thoughts on the Tayos cave? Was this something that was an urban myth? A tale? Or was this something that looters and cave dwellers got their hands on first?
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