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Re: theos-talk Re: Tunnels of the Inca - Hundreds of Miles Long - Jul 18, 2010

Aug 01, 2010 10:42 AM
by M. Sufilight

Dear friends

My views are:

Here are some more info.

The below from the Theosophist claim that the map is at TS Adyar Archives - HQ.
The map is presented in this number. Can we have it online?
You can e-mail it attached as a JPG to me, and I will put it online.

My mail is on my website at the bottom
My website is:

Theosophist Magazine May 1959-December 1959
 Af N. Sri RAM (page 92)
Search "Inca" or "Treasure map"

Also info at BCW Vol. II, p. 339-343, - *p. 343.

Also Ancient Subterraen Tunnels - by Glen W. Chapman, nov. 2003
(About Blavatsky and others. And a description of some of the tunnels indside those, which are said to be blocked or sealed).
"There are indeed tunnels that one may enter at Sacsayhuaman and nearby Qenqo. If one
walks behind the Inca's stone seat inside the fortress toward Qenqo, one will find all sorts
of bizarre stone cuttings, upside-down staircases, and seemingly sensless rock carving on
a grandscale. There are also tunnel entrances in this area. Various rock-cut tunnels lead
down into the earth and at least one goes to another part of the mountain area of Qenqo.
All of these tunnels are blocked at some point and this area of Sacsayhuaman is still
being excavated by Peruvian archaeologists."

In his book "Jungle Paths and Inca Ruins", Dr.William Montgomery McGovern states:

"Near this fortress [Sacsayhuaman] are several strange caverns reaching far into the earth.
Here altars to the Gods of the Deep were carved out of the living rock, and the many
bones scattered about tell of the sacrifices which were offered up here. The end of one of
these caverns, Chincana, has never been found. It is supposed to communicate by a long
underground passage with the Temple of the Sun in the heart of Cuzco. In this cavern is
supposed, and with good reason, to be hidden a large part of the golden treasure of the
Inca Emperors which was stored away lest it fall into the hands of the Spaniards. But the
cavern is so huge, so complicated, and its passages are so manifold, that its secret has
never been discovered."
"One man, indeed, is said to have found his way underground to the Sun Temple, and
when he emerged, to have had two golden bars in his hand. But his mind had been
affected by days of blind wandering in the subterranean caves, and he died almost
immediately afterwards. Since that time many have gone into the cavern-never to return
again. Only a month or two before my arrival the disappearance of three prominent
people in this Inca cave caused the Prefect of the Province of Cuzco to wall in the mouth
of the cavern, so that the secret and the treasures of the Incas seem likely to remain
forever undiscovered."
"More recently, the big Lima earthquake of 1972 brought to light a tunnel system beneath
that coastal city. During salvage operations, workers found long passages no one had ever
known existed. The following systematic examination of Lima's foundations led to the
astonishing discovery that large parts of the city were undercut by tunnels, all leading
into the mountains. But their terminal points could no longer be ascertained because they
had collapsed during the course of the centuries. "
(Yet, be careful, there might be mistakes in the content.)

Just throw it out at

A sidenote:
I just heard on the lines, that the UFO-man "Disclosure Greer" held a gatheirng in the outside at a UFO-meeting in France quite recently, at that several of the members of the outside gathering saw UFO's or at least what they thought were UFO's.

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Erica L. Georgiades 
  Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 6:41 PM
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Re: Tunnels of the Inca - Hundreds of Miles Long - Jul 18, 2010

  I think the map was published, and if I am not wrong on the Collected Writings 
  or other book. I recall seeing it in 1992-3. But I don't remember in which 


  From: "" <>
  Sent: Sun, August 1, 2010 7:00:27 PM
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Re: Tunnels of the Inca - Hundreds of Miles Long - Jul 
  18, 2010

  Yes, my hope is someone at Adyar with access can ocate it and post the 
  compiltions online perhaps on Daniels website might be a great place for it. I 
  eagerly await the event. We are near a important time the time of Bolon Yokte 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: "MKR" <> 
  Sent: Sunday, August 1, 2010 7:49:29 AM 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Re: Tunnels of the Inca - Hundreds of Miles Long - Jul 
  18, 2010 

  I have not heard any info about the material in the Adyar archives. May be 
  someone else has more info. The best possibility looks to be for someone 
  interested in it need to personally visit archives and see if the material 
  can be located. Let us wait and see what other feedback we get from others 
  on the list. 


  On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 9:36 AM, paijmanstheo < > wrote: 

  > Everybody interested in these supposed tunnels always stops at Blavatsky as 
  > a very early source. So, that mythical map of hers resides, or so we read in 
  > the article, "in the Adyar, India, archives of the Theosophical Society." 
  > Has anyone actually ever seen this map? Has the TS in Adyar released 
  > facsimilà copies of it, are there recent scholarly studies of it, or is that 
  > alleged map slowly mouldering away amidst heat, humidity and insects? Does 
  > it exist at all? 
  > Has anyone actually ever visited these archives at Adyar? What is in there? 
  > Do catalogues exist of their holdings? Are they accessible? 
  > Who can answer these questions? 
  > regards, 
  > Theo 
  > --- In <>, "M. 
  > Sufilight" <global-theosophy@...> wrote: 
  > > 
  > > Dear friends 
  > > 
  > > Mu views are: 
  > > 
  > > Here is maybe something interesting for you...I just came across it and 
  > felt that I would like to share it here. 
  > > 
  > > 
  > > Tunnels of the Inca: As Tall as a Man, and Hundreds of Miles Long 
  > > "When Mme. Blavatsky, famous 19th century European "medium" visited Peru, 
  > she viewed and concurred with the information regarding the markings on the 
  > Ila monolith. She also asserted that information regarding the entrances to 
  > the tunnels had been graven in the walls of the "Sun Temple" (Qoricancha) at 
  > Cuzco. It is reported that Mme. Blavatsky received a chart of the tunnels, 
  > from an old Indian, when she visited Lima. This chart now reposes in the 
  > Adyar, India, archives of the Theosophical Society. 
  > > 
  > > In volume 1 of Isis Unveiled, pp. 595-98, HPB makes reference to such a 
  > tunnel, and says: We have in our possession an accurate plan of the tunnel, 
  > the sepulchre and the doors, given to us at the time by the old Peruvian, 
  > and there does exist in the TS Archives at Adyar, a three page document 
  > showing a number of coastal towns along what was then Bolivia and Peru, 
  > which is reproduced in the Theosophical Publishing House edition of Isis 
  > Unveiled and in vol. 2 of the Blavatsky Collected Writings series, pp. 
  > 339-43, attached to her article "A Land of Mystery." 
  > > 
  > > 
  > > Tunnels of the Inca: As Tall as a Man, and Hundreds of Miles Long - Jul 
  > 18, 2010 Brien Foerster 
  > > 
  > > 
  > > The Old Lady is still kicking and alive...(smile.) 
  > > 
  > > 
  > > M. Sufilight 
  > > 
  > > 
  > > 
  > > 
  > > 
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  > > 

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