I felt that the Juxtlahuaca Cave video deserved its own topic thread.
A mile deep, and then you come upon a city with lots of gold in it and petrified bodies lying around.
Well, first of all, it is open for tours, althugh it seems that only groups tour by appointment. Well, whatever; but one mile is not so far down and the tours don't go to that part. Why not ? This place has been known since the 1920s, they should have it all set up for "far down" tourism. And they call it a city ...
Kincaid discovered all kind of Buddhist, Oriental and Egyptian artifacts in a huge cavern world auditorium located somewhere along the Arizona segment of the Grand Canyon. This place Juxlahuaca has a Shiva painting at the entrance, we don't know anything more because they don't let that information out but, after almost 100 years, they know much and have much in the way of photos from that subterranean city, but don't let people know.
What if Vedic and oriental deities are to be found in the city, and glyphs depicting oriental deities etched on the temples of the cities? What would that imply for western civilization, i.e., Christian civilization? Undermining ?
Maybe that is why everything is under wraps.