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48.  God is dead: but considering the state the species Man is in, there will perhaps be caves, for ages yet, in which His shadow will be shown.  (God & Man & Cave)  Friedrich Nietzsche

 

 

4,060.  South Vietnam ... A rainforest inside a cave.  (Earth & Vietnam & Cave)  Professor Iain Stewart, How to Grow a Planet I: Life From Light, BBC 2012

 

 

5,582.  Other than light, what else could fuel life?  A clue came from underneath a rubbish dump in Romania.  Here cave scientists stumbled across a biological treasure trove ... It was like a bubble trapped in rock until it was broken into.  Nothing from the surface had got into it perhaps for millions of years.  What they had found was a world as dark and isolated as Lake Vostok ... But these creatures were unlike anything he had seen before ... the cave was completely cut off from the surface.  Nothing could get through; the scum was a thick microbial mat.  This was the base of the food chain.  But what were the microbes living on? ... In the absence of sunlight they were using hydrogen sulphide as their energy source.  (Life & Romania & Russia & Cave & Animals & Extremophile)  Horizon: The Lost World of Lake Vostok, BBC 2000 

 

 

6,562.  Hidden on the wild coast of South Africa where the Indian Ocean joins the Atlantic there is a cave.  Today it is abandoned but once it teemed with life.  For here tens of thousands of years ago some of our earliest ancestors lived.  (Think & Evolution & Human Being & South Africa & Cave & Ancestor)  Horizon: The Day We Learned to Think, BBC 2003

 

 

8,559.  Perhaps the truth will be found in ancient cave drawings: the earliest evidence we have of a human search for something outside ourselves. When archaeologists began studying the stories our ancestors left carved in stones and caves, some people noticed images and artefacts that didn’t seem to fit with our assumptions of history.  Many people found it difficult to explain images like these – depicting what appear to be men in spacesuits with helmets and antennae.  (Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Cave)  Ancient Astronauts 

 

 

8,582.  A temple of the dead in the Yucatan, an underground city in Turkey, and a South American cave said to contain a treasure from beyond the stars: for centuries people have told tales of caves and tunnels deep inside the earth: subterranean passageways that lead to lands of gods and monsters.  Could there be a surprising truth behind these legends?  (Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Turkey & Cave)  Ancient Aliens: Underground Aliens s2e4

 

8,585.  Deep in the caves of the American south-west ... Is it possible these underground creatures of Native American legend were actually alien visitors?  (Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Cave & Under Ground & Underground Bases)  ibid.

 

 

8,578.  Gods descending to Earth, converging on the same haloed ground.  A holy shrine built to mark the landing of a meteorite.  And sacred caves where walls are lined with images of strange half-human creatures.  (Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Gods & Caves)  Ancient Aliens s3e3: Aliens and Sacred Places, History Channel 2013

 

8,579.  The result of contact with ancient space travelers?  (Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Gods)  ibid.

 

 

63,030.  Nepal 2007: the skycaves of the ancient kingdom of Mustang.  There are over 10,000 of these man-made caves.  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Caves)  Ancient Aliens: Aliens and Mysterious Mountains s6e3

 

 

101,719.  Gateways to other dimensions.  Hidden dwellings for strange beings.  Secret vaults of cosmic knowledge.  Since the dawn of man caves have been a source of great mystery.  But could the darkest recesses of our planet really be hiding some mysterious power?  And within their depths might we find evidence of extraterrestrial visitors?  (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Extraterrestrial & Caves)  Ancient Aliens: Forbidden Caves s9e1

 

 

12,233.  Hundreds of authors have jumped on this tradition and claim that it must now point to the location of the Ark - hidden by Jeremiah in some magical cave.  (Ark of the Covenant & Jeremiah & Cave)  Philip Gardiner, The Ark, The Shroud & Mary, documentary & book

 

 

51,832.  I’m in a cave.  Each one of those tiny lights is produced by the larva of a small insect called a fungus gnat as a way of attracting its prey ... One of the most magical illuminations in the whole of the natural world.  (Animals & Cave & Light & Extremophile)  David Attenborough, Life in the Undergrowth III: The Silk Spinners

 

 

52,612.  This is our planet’s final frontier.  An inner world where only the most adventurous dare to go.  Beneath our feet are countless miles of cave shafts and passages.  (Animals & Earth & Under Ground & Caves)  David Attenborough, Planet Earth: Caves e4

 

52,613.  This is the biggest underground passage in the world ... It’s Deer Cave in Borneo.  (Animals & Earth & Under Ground & Caves)  ibid.

 

52,614.  The discovery of life that exists without drawing any of its energy from the sun shows us once again how complex and surprising the underground world can be.  (Animals & Earth & Under Ground & Caves & Life & Extremophile)  ibid.

 

 

64,845.  How prolific this part of Borneo can be.  That is can support all this enormity of bats ... What a marvellous place some animals think a cave is in which to live.  (Bats & Borneo & Cave)  David Attenborough

 

 

52,671.  The woods, and desert caves,

With wild thyme and gadding vine o’ergrown.  (Woods & Caves)  John Milton, Lycidas 1638

 

 

52,896.  Caves were sacred places and used for burial.  (Oceans & Seas & Caves)  Oceans IV: Atlantic Ocean

 

 

58,203.  A mysterious cave known as the Cave of Letters; historians believe that 2,000 years ago this desolate cave was used as a hideaway by Jewish refugees escaping the oppressive rule of the Roman empire.  But what actually happened here? ... What could the ancient letters and objects found here tell us about their plight?  (Israel & Cave)  Nova: Richard Freund, Ancient Refuge in the Holy Land

 

58,204.  It was an Israeli expedition in 1960 that made the Cave of Letters famous.  (Israel & Cave)  ibid.

 

58,205.  Hadrian’s wrath knew no bounds.  (Israel & Cave)  ibid.

 

58,206.  This find convinced Freund this cave was indeed occupied in the year 70 following the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem.  (Israel & Cave)  ibid.

 

 

66,363.  Hidden three hundred meters beneath the surface of the Earth is a natural wonder.  A place as deadly as it is beautiful.  With searing temperatures and humidity at 100% a person could die here in just fifteen minutes.  Nothing like these giant crystals has ever been seen before.  The largest is more than half a million years old ... They are in a place called Naica in the centre of Chihuahua ... The cave is filled with crystals five times bigger than ever seen before.  (Cave & Under Ground & Crystal)  Giant Crystal Cave

 

66,364.  Some are eleven meters long weighing fifty-five tons.  (Cave & Under Ground & Crystal)  ibid.

 

66,365.  These stunning pillars are made from the same mineral as plaster-board: gypsum.  (Cave & Under Ground & Crystal)  ibid.

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