posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 08:20 AM
There are many strange features under the waters of the mediteranean that are obviously of man made origin, the Hypogeum is only a small part of a
much larger jigsaw which in I believe to be far older than the official estimates, the possible link to the knights of malta is interesting indeed but
other storys less verifiable but similar exist from other parts of the world, near avebury there is a stone circle that a church has been built over
like many churches in england and scotland but this one has a folk tale linked that is interesting now I have tried to track it down on the net to no
avail so will have to quote from memory meaning this will be a bland retelling.
The story as I remember was about two young men whom found inside one of the local barrows where there is a spiral pattern engraved into the stone a
supposed secret entrance to an underground passage, one played his flute and went under but the other could hear him above so followed the sound of
the flute (now it was from the 17th century as far as I can remember so though I doubt that anyone could hear a flute above ground this was the tale),
he followed the flute for hours to a church that was built over an old stone circle where the sound of the flute suddenly stopped, when he and others
searching for the missing boy searched the barrow the entrance had disappeared.
But of course there are much closer mysteried that can actually be verified in the general region,
Here are a few interesting site's not directly linked but in a similar vein
If the Hypogeum is the work of either another race or more ancient than orthodox archeology would like us to believe then it explains in part the
modern sanitization and corruption of the site, still if there was one buried there may be more untouched elsewhere and I believe there have been
rumors in malta of access through basements into lost caverns, remember the similar tale from turkey were a seven level (maybe more but they lower
levels are filled by collapse) underground city that could house up to 20.000 people but was more likley for a few thousand with grain stores.