The Strange Cave of Liyobaa


There is in South America a mysterious cave, that of Liyobaa, for some people, this one would lead to hell ...

In the province of Zapoteca there is a temple. This temple consists of eight chambers, in the last there is a tunnel that leads under a mountain. This underground part is made up of four rooms.

When the Spanish conquered Latin America, the underground part was doomed. The reasons for this blockage are most obscure ...

Indeed, in the first room located under the mountain, there was a room that was originally used to make human sacrifices. The second room, which was in the continuation, contained the bodies of the high priests after their death. The third room was used as a burial place for the great kings.


Finally, the fourth room was used to keep the bodies of the victims who were sacrificed. But there was a door in this room. In some cases, the priests took people beyond this door, and no one saw them again. The victims served as a living sacrifice without really knowing what was going on behind this passage.

During the Spanish conquest, the conquistadors decided to cross this passage in order to find out more.

After lighting their torches and entering the door, they found they would have to descend several large steps. They could see columns and halls carved into the stone. At the foot of the steps was a very wide passage paved with stone. The passage extended like an underground labyrinth. Gradually, the air started to turn putrid. As they advanced, they discovered snakes.


The torches began to flicker and sounds began to be heard without the explorers knowing where they came from. Panicked, the group decided to leave.

Once outside, they decided to condemn the halls thinking that this place was cursed or that it was a passage to hell. No one will be what he was at the bottom of this cave ...

No one knows where these caves came from. Some people will see ancient Aliens or creatures from the center of the earth there. You might think of creatures like the snake people from a Lovecraft story ...

Source : mysterium-incognita

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