A particular man, a typical example of a workaholic, has been digging a deep hole for the past 18 years. Only because someone whispered to him or a voice from above instructed him to dig 18 years ago.
Since then, at the age of 69, this small man of Salvadoran descent has continued to get up at three in the morning to hide all day in an open tunnel and return by sunset with about 40 kilograms of soil on his shoulders that he picks from his mine.
Salvodorets claims that digging a tunnel will take a long time until the same voice tells him that it is sufficient. He makes a comparison between his work and that of Noah, whose story is told in the book of Genesis.
They didn’t accept Noah either and would not help him, exactly the same thing happens to him. Even though there are fans and curious individuals who want to enter his tunnel, nobody believes him.
However, due to a lack of oxygen deep below, none of the visitors were able to reach the end of the tunnel.
According to the man himself, he is one of the chosen ones who can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Interestingly, this man is not the only one who craves depth.
A man by the name of Schmidt spent 32 years digging a 2087-meter-long tunnel in the mountain in the Mojave Desert near El Paso, in the southwest of the United States.