The gigantic underground world discovered in Vietnam may be the habitat of the ‘Ancient Reptilian Race’
The gigantic underground world discovered in Vietnam could be the habitat of the ‘Ancient Reptilian Race’, as visitors have begun to report ‘mysterious apparitions’ of reptile-like humanoid creatures, with at least one person being abducted and never seen again after he was opened in 2013.
Vietnam’s gigantic underground cave may be the habitat of the ancient reptilian race
A recent episode of the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens revealed some compelling evidence about the world’s largest cave in Vietnam. Hang Son Doong is one of the few unexplored places on Earth that is linked to mysterious sightings of strange gray reptilian creatures that stand on two legs. There are legends about these creatures that are similar to seraphim, or winged serpents in Kabbalistic lore
In 2009, Ho Khanh led members of the BCRA expedition to explore the world’s largest cave, but they weren’t aware of its vastness until they completed their survey. According to Limbert, his team first explored Son Doong Cave in 1994 and the river flowing through this cave sinks into an enclosed valley.
For Limbert and his team, finding the location of the cave was a challenge, as Ho Khanh lost track of the entrance. He told Limbert that he was lucky to have found the cave entrance. He went to get wood in the jungle and had to take shelter during storms. After years of exploration, they found it again in 2009.
Legends and Creatures of Son Doong Cave
This three-million-year-old subterranean realm has captured the attention of ancient astronaut theorists. According to locals, the most notable thing about Son Doong Cave is the strange creatures believed to inhabit it. They describe seeing reptilian-type humanoid beings emerging from Son Doong Cave and believe they actually live in the depths of this cave.
Interestingly, these reptilian-type humanoid beings are similar to seraphim or winged serpents in Kabbalistic lore. It is said that the seraphim went and lived inside the Earth, according to Kabbalistic teachings. This subterranean world is rumored to exist by US soldiers who told stories of seeing gruesome lizardmen emerging from it during the Vietnam conflict.
Ho Khanh is a Vietnamese logger born in the rural hills of Phong Nha, an area then ravaged by famine and malaria. After losing his father in the Vietnam War (or the “American War” as it is known in Vietnam), Ho Khanh began scavenging for precious woods to earn money for his family. In turn, he became a master of the jungle. Image credit: Screencap from YouTube
When the cave opened for tours in 2013, visitors began reporting “mysterious apparitions” of reptile-like humanoid creatures, with at least one person being abducted and never seen again.
In January 2015, a video appeared on YouTube that claimed to show a photo of a reptilian creature. It was taken by one of the cave visitors who described it as a “demonic creature” that had a human body and a face more like a “dragon or lizard!”
The sighting is particularly interesting when placed alongside an alleged report that appeared on another website about an American military unit stationed in South Vietnam near the same caves in 1970. The report claimed a “six-foot vertical lizard” humanoid. was seen near the cave entrance. The unit eventually opened fire on the creature, but it appeared to have escaped unharmed, as no body or signs that it was injured were found. The unnamed soldier claimed his unit was not informed of the incident, leading him to believe it was either not reported or was simply hushed up.
Reports of reptilian beings existing in underground caves can be found all over the world, for example in Cusco, Peru. “Throughout Peru and particularly Cusco there are many, many stories of a tunnel system that has something to do with serpent deities known as Amaru,” said author David Hatcher Childress.
The Peruvian authorities themselves decided that it was too dangerous for people to enter these tunnels, so they looked for all the entrances they could around Cusco and closed them. And this is a well-known story within Peruvian history.