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La misteriosa "Cueva de los Tayos" -casa de una biblioteca metálica antigua 'perdida'

La cueva está formada por enormes bloques de piedra que parecen haber sido cortados usando algún tipo de maquinaria avanzada hace miles de años.

Cuenta con cortes de precisión y superficies extremadamente bien pulidas que muchos autores creen que son rastros dejados por una civilización antigua avanzada. Además, se dice que la cueva fue el hogar de una BIBLIOTECA METÁLICA. Se dice que algunas de las placas metálicas recuperadas de la cueva se exhibieron en el museo del padre Crespi en Ecuador.

La misteriosa Cueva de Los Tayos, descubierta en 1860, y bautizada con el nombre de un ave del mismo nombre, Tayos / Aves Petrolíferas

(Steatornis caripensis), es considerado entre muchos autores y exploradores uno de los mayores enigmas en las Américas, y muchos coinciden en que la verdad escondida en el interior de la cueva nos obligará a reescribir completamente la historia de la humanidad. hay algunos autores que afirman que la Cueva de los Tayos registra una historia antigua que tuvo lugar en la Tierra, que se remonta en el tiempo a 250,000 años.
Incluso hoy, la cueva de los Tayos (Morona Santiago, al sureste de Ecuador) sigue siendo la obsesión de muchos exploradores que buscan encontrar en su interior la respuesta al enigma que rodea los colosales bloques de piedra que conforman las paredes y techos de la cueva.

El propio Neil Armstrong formó parte de una gran expedición que en 1976 exploró la Amazonía ecuatoriana. El interés en la cueva continúa y tres documentales se sumergen en sus misteriosos túneles para tratar de arrojar luz sobre los innumerables enigmas que lo rodean.

Pero volvamos a lo básico.

La Cueva se encuentra en la selva virgen a 2 km al sur del río Santiago y 800 metros al este del río Coangos (Kuankus); De acuerdo con la última medición en 2012 con altímetro GPS, se encuentra a 539 m sobre el nivel del mar.

Entrar en la cueva es cualquier cosa menos fácil. Para acceder a las cámaras misteriosas de la cueva, tienes que descender haciendo rappel 87 metros a través de un primer nivel y otros 25 hasta la entrada de los túneles ".

La leyenda de Tayos

La leyenda yace en los grandes bloques megalíticos de piedra, pulidos y cortados con precisión láser, que conforman algunas de las salas de la cueva y las numerosas y misteriosas placas metálicas grabadas con escritura ideográfica del investigador húngaro-argentino Juan Moricz. habló en los años sesenta.

La mejor evidencia de los misteriosos lugares metálicos se remonta al salesiano italiano Carlos Crespi Croci, que había explorado la zona en la década de 1940 y adquirido de los indios Shuar algunos de los objetos que supuestamente sacaron de la cueva.

Varias piezas fueron entregadas al padre Crespi en agradecimiento a los miembros de la comunidad Shuar y se mantuvieron en el Museo Privado de Carlos Crespi Croci en Cuenca (Ecuador). De estos objetos, solo quedan algunas fotografías y videos, ya que la mayoría de ellos fueron vendidos y otros fueron robados después de un incendio en 1962. Después del incendio, no quedó nada en el museo, ni siquiera piezas de cerámica que seguramente hubieran resistido el fuego .

Desde su muerte en 1982, no se sabe nada de las placas, solo el testimonio y las escrituras e imágenes limitadas de Crespi con objetos.

En 1973, Erich Von Daniken escribió sobre la enigmática estructura donde los libros estaban hechos de metal, y que la región cercana a la cueva -y la cueva misma- eran evidencia de una civilización extremadamente avanzada, si no extraterrestre.

Se dice que el autor Juan Moricz encontró signos de una civilización antigua extremadamente desarrollada dentro de la Cueva. En una declaración jurada firmada el 8 de julio de 1969, habló de su reunión con el presidente ecuatoriano, donde recibió una concesión que le permitió el control total de este descubrimiento, siempre que pudiera presentar pruebas fotográficas y un testigo independiente que corroborara el descubrimiento de la clandestinidad. red. Varios periódicos informaron sobre la expedición que Moricz había organizado, escribe el autor Philip Coppens.

Según Moricz, la Biblioteca Metálica de la Cueva de los Tayos registra una historia antigua que tuvo lugar en la Tierra y que se remonta a 250,000 años atrás.

En 1972, Moricz se encontró con von Däniken y lo llevó a una entrada lateral secreta a través de la cual podían entrar en un gran salón dentro del laberinto. Aparentemente von Däniken nunca llegó a ver la biblioteca en sí, solo el sistema de túneles.

Von Däniken incluyó el evento en su libro El oro de los dioses:

"Todos los pasajes forman ángulos rectos perfectos. A veces son estrechas, a veces anchas. Las paredes son lisas y a menudo parecen pulidas. Los techos son planos y, a veces, se ven como si estuvieran cubiertos con una especie de barniz ... Mis dudas sobre la existencia de los túneles subterráneos desaparecieron como por arte de magia y me sentí tremendamente feliz. Moricz dijo que pasajes como aquellos a través de los cuales íbamos a extenderse por cientos de millas bajo el suelo de Ecuador y Perú ".

But let’s get back to basics.

The Cave is located in the virgin high jungle 2 km south of the Santiago River and 800 meters east of the River Coangos (Kuankus); According to the latest measurement in 2012 with GPS altimeter, it is located at 539 m above sea level.

Getting inside the cave is anything but easy. In order to access the cave’s mystery chambers, you have to descend abseiling 87 meters through a first level and another 25 until the entrance of the tunnels.”

The Legend of Tayos

The legend lies in the large megalithic blocks of stone—which are polished and cut with laser-like precision—that make up some of the rooms of the cave and the numerous mysterious metallic plates engraved with ideographic writing of which Hungarian-Argentine researcher Juan Moricz spoke about in the sixties.

The best evidence of the mysterious metallic places can be traced to Italian Salesian Carlos Crespi Croci, who had explored the area in the 1940s and acquired from the Shuar Indians some of the objects they allegedly removed from the cave.

Various pieces were given to father Crespi as thanks for members of the Shuar community and were kept in the Private Museum of Carlos Crespi Croci in Cuenca (Ecuador).

Of these objects, only a few photographs and videos remain, since most of them were sold and others stolen after a fire in 1962. After the fire, nothing was left in the museum, not even pieces of ceramics which would have surely resisted the fire.

Since his death in 1982, nothing is known of the plates, only the testimony and limited writings and images of Crespi with objects.

In 1973, Erich  Von Daniken wrote about the enigmatic structure where books were made out of metal, and that the region near the cave—and the cave itself—were evidence of an extremely advanced—if not extraterrestrial civilization.

The Gold ot the Gods | Von Däniken

Author Juan Moricz is said to have found signs of an extremely developed ancient civilization inside the Cave. In a signed affidavit dated 8 July 1969, he spoke about his meeting with the Ecuadorian president, where he received a concession that allowed him total control over this discovery—provided he could produce photographic evidence and an independent witness that corroborated the discovery of the underground network. Several newspapers reported on the expedition that Moricz had organized writes author Philip Coppens.

According to Moricz, the Metallic Library of the Cave of the Tayos records an ancient history that took place on Earth which goes back in time to 250,000 years.

In 1972, Moricz met with von Däniken and took him to a secret side entrance through which they could enter into a large hall within the labyrinth. Apparently von Däniken never got to see the library itself, just the tunnel system.

Von Däniken included the event in his book The Gold of the Gods:

“The passages all form perfect right angles. Sometimes they are narrow, sometimes wide. The walls are smooth and often seem to be polished. The ceilings are flat and at times look as if they were covered with a kind of glaze… My doubts about the existence of the underground tunnels vanished as if by magic and I felt tremendously happy. Moricz said that passages like those through which we were going extended for hundreds of miles under the soil of Ecuador and Peru.” 

As a result of the claims published in von Däniken’s book, an investigation of Cueva de los Tayos was organized by Stan Hall from Britain in 1976. One of the largest and most expensive cave explorations ever undertaken, the expedition included over a hundred people, including experts in a variety of fields, British and Ecuadorian military personnel, a film crew, and former astronaut Neil Armstrong. Why would Neil Armstrong—who had returned from the moon not long ago then—travel with an expedition to a remote cave in the Ecuadorian amazon?

The team also included eight experienced British cavers who thoroughly explored the cave and conducted an accurate survey to produce a detailed map of the cave. There was no evidence of Von Däniken’s more exotic claims, although some physical features of the cave did approximate his descriptions and some items of zoological, botanical and archaeological interest were found. The lead researcher met with Moricz’s indigenous source, who claimed that they had investigated the wrong cave and that the real cave was secret

The British expedition extracted 4 large sealed wooden crates without exposing to the owners (the Shuar) their content, the matter ended (according to a Spanish researcher) with shots fired between the Shuar and the English expedition.

The oldest traces of habitat in the caves date from the upper Paleolithic period (48 000—12 000 BC) where the cave provided protection during the end of the glaciation.

Approximately 9000 BC, the civilization leaves the cave thanks to the improvement of Earth’s climate and they move towards the south towards parts of Peru and the north of Chile.

In the Neolithic age, the cave is believed to have been inhabited from 3000 BC. by a Pre-Shuar civilization, which was already using ceramic artifacts, evidence of which we can find at the University of Munich which even performed radiocarbon dating. Approximately around 1500 BC. the first Shuar begin to settle in the area and merge with the natives of the cave. The Shuar guard the cave with great respect and believe that there rest the spirits of their ancestors and the God called Nankupa

To date, there is no reliable evidence of the veracity of this metal library.

The only things recovered from the cave—which are found resting in the Catholic University of Quito—are several archaeological pieces and remains of a so-called spondylus shell, that was especially valuable for the primitive cultures of the Ecuadorian coast.

Interestingly, architect and historian Melvin Hoyos, Director of Culture and development in the Municipality of Guayaquil had some very interesting things to say about the cave:

“To begin with, I think that the cave of the Tayos is not a cave, but a work of the hand of man, there is nothing in nature that can resemble the Cave of the Tayos. It has the ceiling completely cut flat with a 90-degree angle to the wall. It is very similar to other tunnels of similar characteristics and age in other parts of the world, which leads us to think that before the Wisconsin glaciation there was a network of tunnels on the planet, but to accept this we would need to accept the existence—before said Glaciation—of a highly developed civilization. “