Thirty six grottoes have so far been uncovered and drained of water in the past quarter-century, covering a massive 30,000 square metres. Carved into solid siltstone, each grotto descends around 30 metres underground and contains stone rooms, bridges, gutters and pools. There are pillars evenly distributed throughout the caves which support its roof, and the walls, ceiling and stone columns are uniformly decorated with chisel marks in a series of parallel lines. The scale of the grottoes is momentous, the design is delicate and scientific, the construction sophisticated, and the precision is indicative of superior craftsmanship. More than 1 million cubic metres of stone had to be removed during construction, although today’s researchers have no idea where that rubble went to. The Solar Ancestors used a form of lighting that we are no longer familiar with, because the cave mouths are very small, and Sunlight could only shine into the caves at a certain angle during limited periods.
This series of magnificent chambers and ballrooms was never a mine or a silo; nor was it ever meant as hiding place for troops or an emperor’s tomb. Its grandeur reminds us of its real use as a temporary dwelling and workplace for the higher ranks of our Solar Ancestors. Today’s Earth scientists fail to acknowledge that there existed superior races with long-forgotten technologies on this planet thousands of years ago. If you are interested in reading more about China’s caves, please look at:
http://www.ancient-origins.net/unexplained-phenomena-ancient-places-asia/ten-enduring-mysteries-longyou-caves-001248#ixzz3p5Is3ypq (Images below are from this site).