Heinrich Kush is a German-born archaeologist who recently made a historic find. It is a centuries-old underground tube that connects Turkey with Scotland. Heinrich Kush, an archaeologist, also produced a book about these old underground passageways.
He discusses the hidden secrets of an ancient world in the book. This discovery should prompt a re-examination of traditional history. It appears that this massive tunnel is not a unique incident.
In truth, there is a massive network of old underground tunnels throughout Europe, some of which are dug only beneath the Mediterranean Sea.
These tunnels are said to be thousands of years old, having been created sometime during the Neolithic period. The specific purpose of these tunnels, as well as the civilization that built them, are unknown. They appear to have been utilized as a haven, but it is unknown against what peril. The tunnels are 70 centimeters high on average, however, there are some higher sections.
There are also rooms with oil lamps that move from one location to the next. Strangely, no one could explain how the Neolithic people addressed the problem of air circulation in these tunnels. Ancient “experts” dug these tunnels into hard rock using specific procedures