Tuesday, December 30, 2014



Andre Willers
30 Dec 2014

Synopsis :
Further evidence of the Matriarchal war .

Discussion :
Came to some conclusion  around 3 000 BCE .
Garrison withdrawal

Major victory for one side .

2.Now , evidence of another underground fortified position (like Malta) , abandoned in the same time-frame .
Nevsehir . See Appendix A .
Since it is newly discovered , we can test the Matriarch Hypothesis by predicting features we would expect :

3. Predictions :
3.1  Acoustic properties of magnification and detection . Chambers and channels .
3.2 Acoustic channels leading from Nevsehir (might seem like drains)
3.3 Orderly withdrawal . No debris . Like Orkney . Likely one huge party  before disbandment .
3.4 Weapon systems still intact , but without some critical parts , notably the operators .

3.5 If a Saflieni-type event occurred , there should be a bone-field . If there is not , then it is probable that the fortress was on the winning side and simply stood down (like Orkney)

3.6 Hard Evidence :
Apps are available that can see into walls . Just connect them with pattern recognition software .
The operation instructions of the fortresses are encoded in the walls . !Click-speakers can access them .
But so can we with teraherz scanners .

Look for Schumann resonances . See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schumann_resonances
Basal  7.83 Hz. And the acoustic weapons coupling that did in the matriarchs .

Critical components were probably buried nearby .
Everybody was sick and tired of war .

4. The Treasure .
It seems the Matriarchs lost . Their treasure was biological . Things like precious metals did not count for much .
Still , they liked jewelry and shiny things .
Losing meant deaths in the thousands . Also tons of precious worked metals and jewels .

Where ?
A good candidate is Sedlec  in the Czech Republic .
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sedlec_Ossuary . Building on a an already existing reputation .

Note the mound . Really interesting things to be found at 3000 BCE levels .
If you have the courage and a good biohazard suit .
The whole place was booby trapped to hell-and-gone .

Definitely a job for Lara .

Happy digging .


Appendix A
Estimate of population :
From above ,  45 hectare with 7 levels (7 because this is roughly the limit of hydraulic water elevators)
gives about 50 000 people . (150 x 45x7 = 47250)

It far outmatches any contemporaneous cities .

This is a true anomaly .
This is a metropolis for its time . 
But why is it underground 5 000 years ago ?

Happy new year wandering.

Massive ancient underground city discovered in Turkey's Nevşehir
Erdinç ÇelikkanANKARA
An underground city newly discovered in Turkey’s Central Anatolian province of Nevşehir, which is located under the Nevşehir fortress and the surrounding area, may be the biggest archeological finding of 2014, which is soon to end. AA Photo
With 2014 soon coming to an end, potentially the year’s biggest archeological discovery of an underground city has come from Turkey’s Central Anatolian province of Nevşehir, which is known world-wide for its Fairy Chimneys rock formation.

The city was discovered by means of Turkey’s Housing Development Administration’s (TOKİ) urban transformation project. Some 1,500 buildings were destructed located in and around the Nevşehir fortress, and the underground city was discovered when the earthmoving to construct new buildings had started.

TOKİ Head Mehmet Ergün Turan said the area where the discovery was made was announced as an archeological area to be preserved.

“It is not a known underground city. Tunnel passages of seven kilometers are being discussed. We stopped the construction we were planning to do on these areas when an underground city was discovered,” said Turan.

The city is thought to date back 5,000 years and is located around the Nevşehir fortress. Escape galleries and hidden churches were discovered inside the underground city.

Stating that they were going to move the urban transformation project to the outskirts of the city, Turan said they had paid 90 million Turkish Liras for the project already, but did not see this as a loss, as this discovery may be the world’s largest underground city.

Hasan Ünver, mayor of Nevşehir, said other underground cities in Nevşehir’s various districts do not even amount to the “kitchen” of this new underground city.

“The underground city [was found] in the 45 hectares of the total 75 hectare area that is within the [urban] transformation project. We started working in 2012 with the project. We have taken 44 historical objects under preservation. The underground city was discovered when we began the destruction in line with the protocol. The first galleries were spotted in 2013. We applied to the [Cultural and Natural Heritage] Preservation Board and the area was officially registered,” said Ünver.

The newly discovered underground city will be the biggest among the other underground cities in Nevşehir that have been discovered so far.


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