The Underground Prehistoric Site of Cappadocia, Technologies to Support the Population of Cappadocia, the Cappadocian Protectionary Technology of Self-Sealing Doors, the Monotheistic Zoroastrian Faith, Zoroastrian Text the Vendidad Foreseeing of a Calamity, Zoroastrian Prince Yima Instructed to Craft an Arc and its Relation to Noah’s Ark of the Christian Bible, Monolithic Carvings at Gobekli Tepe, Gobekli Tepe Possibly Being the Site Where Noah’s Ark Landed, the Strange Humanoid Carvings at Gobekli Tepe, and Similar Carvings at Other World Heritage Sites

The underground cave site of Derinkuyu, Turkey, commonly referred to as “Cappadocia”, is an underground network of caves and tunnels which date back to the prehistoric era as evidence of stone tools have been uncovered. 20,000 - 60,000 people inhabited the caves with evidence of air vents and water wells making it possible to live underground for long periods of time, spanning years even. Stone wheels made of volcanic basalt were fashioned to create what’s referred to as “self sealing doors”. Th...

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