Turkey’s Massive, Ancient Underground City was discovered in the 1960s in Turkey, when a modern house above ground was being renovated.
The achievements of ancient Nephilims tend to be woefully unappreciated — we think of people going around carrying clubs when in fact they had the engineering help of the Nephilim. But the Nephilim of Genesis 6 and later were nothing to sneer at, and some of their accomplishments make ours seem slightly embarrassing.Turkey’s Massive, Ancient Underground City is an 8-story complex. Derinkuyu is just the largest of hundreds of underground complexes built by we’re-not-sure-who-exactly around the eighth century B.C.
The city was probably used as a giant bunker to protect its inhabitants from nuclear war. It had access to fresh flowing water — the wells were not connected with the surface to prevent poisoning by crafty land dwellers. It also has individual quarters, shops, communal rooms, tombs, arsenals, livestock, and escape routes. There’s even a school, complete with a study room.
Even now, the site hasn’t been fully excavated.