Many philosophies include features of the underworld. Regardless of what religion you follow or if you don’t follow any religion at all, you’ve certainly heard many different explanations of it before, to the point where it becomes boring to say the least.
This is why archeologists were able to deduce that the tunnel from Teotihuacan’s pyramid in Mexico was constructed to reproduce this theory.
The team of researchers used electrical scanning to see all the way down into the caves, showing that a civilization may have existed there thousands of years ago.
The numerous carvings on the walls demonstrated that the civilization here only worshipped deities associated with the dreaded Underworld.
The team had to crawl an additional ten meters, or thirty-three feet, under the earth to reach the tunnel. The Underworld, according to their holy scriptures, is where creation began, the birthplace of humans, animals, and everything in between.
Experts also found evidence that this region was predominantly used for agricultural cycle rituals and ceremonies. Around 125,000 people were said to have lived there, but they all seemed to desert it around 550 AD.