Agartha is an ancient city that was located near the equator in South America. The city existed from 1100 – 1850 A.D. It thrived for many centuries until after 1850 the population of the city slowly declined and less than one fourth of inhabitants remained. The sudden declination of the population is unknown and archaeologists are still finding out what could be the cause of it.

Agartha was first discovered by a young archaeologist name Scott Henry Lee in 1975. Lee graduated from Oxford University, England and has always been interested in archeology as a kid. Lee has traveled to many different parts of the world exploring ancient ruins and cities.

Agartha was hidden deep in the Amazon Forest. The city was very big and spanned up to 40 to 50 miles wide. The inhabitants who lived there were advanced in technology because their architectural works were quite complex. Many of the buildings were rock cut architecture, buildings that were made by carving natural rock. Strangely, no human remains were found in the city. It is assumed that inhabitants who lived there cremated dead bodies. There were several caves that were spotted outside the city. Inside the cave were numerous cave paintings that covered the entire walls of the cave. The paintings depicted the life of the city from when it began until the end. The last picture of the painting depicted an epidemic event that occurred with one person left standing.