In July, 1976, a month-long scientific and military excursion takes place in Ecuador under the auspices of the British and Ecuadorian governments. Its purpose is to explore the legendary Tayos cave in the Amazon forest, and has among its ranks astronaut: Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon.
Tayos Cave has captured the interest of many adventurers since 1969, when Hungarian Janos Moricz claimed to have discovered in its depths a metallic library containing mankind’s true history, as well as the scientific knowledge of an extinguished civilization. Ever since, the cave has been the epicenter of numerous legends and archeological claims. Yet, for geologists, it remains a superb work of nature with hidden secrets still to be unveiled.
German geologist, Theofilos Toulkeridis, decided to explore the cave and put to rest endless tales of its extraordinary origins. But he is not the only one with interests: Rafael Calderon, who has been in Tayos five times and claims to have had encounters there with beings from other worlds, is prepared to prove there are secrets that scientists continue to conceal .
Who will prove these claims? And why intresest is Tayos so great? In the darkness of the subterranean world, where narrow corridors lead to unexpected caverns, we may learn just as much about humankind as we do about it´s geological signifigance.
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