“We have let you enter here because you are of noble character and well-known on the Surface World, Admiral.” Surface World, I half-gasp under my breath! “Yes,” the Master replies with a smile, `you are in the domain of the Arianni, the Inner World of the Earth. We shall not long delay your mission, and you will be safely escorted back to the surface and for a distance beyond. But now, Admiral, I shall tell you why you have been summoned here. Our interest rightly begins just after your race exploded the first atomic bombs over Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. It was at that alarming time we sent our flying machines, the `Flugelrads,’ to your surface world to investigate what your race had done. That is, of course, past history now, my dear Admiral, but I must continue on.
After about ten minutes, two of our wondrous appearing Hosts come to our quarters and announce that I am to accompany them. I have no choice but to comply. I leave my Radioman behind and we walk a short distance and enter into what seems to be an elevator. We descend downward for some moments, the machine stops, and the door lifts silently upward! We then proceed down a long hallway that is lit by a rose-colored light that seems to be emanating from the very walls themselves!
On January 20, 1915, Richard married Marie Donaldson Ames (d. 1974). He would later name a region of Antarctic land he discovered “Marie Byrd Land” after her. They had four children – Richard Evelyn Byrd III, Evelyn Bolling Byrd Clarke, Katharine Agnes Byrd Breyer, and Helen Byrd Stabler. By late 1924, the Byrd family moved into a large brownstone at 9 Brimmer Street in Boston’s fashionable Beacon Hill neighborhood that had been purchased by Marie’s father, a wealthy industrialist. It would be Byrd’s primary residence for the rest of his life. Noted naval historian Samuel Eliot Morison also lived on Brimmer Street.
Brooks Agnew has faithfully served NPIEE team for more than 7 years and invested more than $40 thousand of his own personal money into the venture. He has thoroughly enjoyed making the world aware of the hypothesis and proposing the expedition as a scientific method of proving or disproving the theory that planets may form or stabilize as hollow spheres. It is with no regets, and yet a heavy heart, that he has submitted his resignation as expedition leader. His business corporate leadership responsibilties are demanding so much of his time that he cannot do justice for the NPIEE team. He will continue to be a voyager and will continue support the expedition. Thank you, Dr. Agnew, for your great leadership for the North Pole Inner Earth Expedition and may God speed.
We all spend much of our time on the beaches, walking on the sand along the shore, and swimming in the ocean’s clean, clear water. The water in our oceans and rivers is composed of living consciousness, and it is our water’s consciousness that keeps us young forever.
The discovery of a verdant, green land in the arctic by arctic explorer Richard Evelyn Byrd was reportedly reached at a distance of about 1,700 statute miles from Alert, Ellesmere Island, Northern Canada. From any point in the arctic, 1,700 miles brings one only over land covered by ice and snow. For example, from the New Siberian Islands to Greenland over the geographic north pole on Meridian 141 E. Longitude brings one to Greenland in only 1,450 miles. Therefore, the land Admiral Byrd discovered beyond the pole covered with lush green vegetation must be located within the North Polar Opening.
The story does have one problem: During the time original accounts of this flight to inner earth are alleged to have occurred, Byrd is documented to have been on the other side of the planet in the Antarctic, participating in an exercise called Operation Highjump. Of course there are those who attach conspiracy theory to this as well, or label it as intentional misinformation to hide Byrd’s real whereabouts.
My study indicates that gravity consists of an etheric gas that fills the universe and which accelerates into a vacuum in the nucleus of all atoms. It appears that all atoms are hollow, with an electron shell and interior nuclear radiation generator.
Fast forward a few thousand years and the 18th Century Astronomer Royal, Edmond Halley (of Halley’s Comet fame), declared that unusual compass readings were due to the fact the planet was a hollow shell with two inner shells and then an innermost core.
“Admiral Byrd declared today that it was imperative for the United States to initiate defense measures against the possible invasion of the country by hostile aircraft operating from the polar regions. The Admiral stated, ‘I don’t want to frighten anyone unduly but it is a bitter reality that in the case of a new war the continental United States will be attacked by aircraft flying in from one or both poles.'”
The date indicated in this diary is “Feb. 19, 1947. How fortunate for Giannini, this substantiates his claim. Of course, this was the dead of winter. How was the crew able to see snow below? Or green fields for that matter.
Science is a shark tank. It’s easy to mock someone who thinks the Earth is flat. But after mulling over special relativity, the Flat-Earther might have one last laugh. A 2014 video by the American educator and internet personality Michael Stevens demonstrates that, in some frames of reference, Earth is actually a flat disc. No, really. In the frame of reference of a cosmic ray moving towards our planet at nearly the speed of light, the Earth is literally a flat disk 17 metres thick, oriented towards the particle.
3/3/2012. Listen to the interview of Foster Gamble with John B. Wells on Coast to Coast AM concerning his excellent documentary Thrive, in which he explains how our world is controlled by a global elite who want to eliminate 90% of the world’s population. In his video Thrive, Foster Gamble explains that there is a better way, one in which the people of earth can thrive and have abundance. And it is all based on his discovery that abundance systems emanate from an energy pattern called a torus (a donut shape), which is, in fact, the shape of our hollow earth, as well as all bodies in space.
Suddenly, I was again aware that the two beautiful hosts who had brought me here were again at my side. ‘This way, Admiral,’ motioned one. I turned once more before leaving and looked back toward the Master. A gentle smile was etched on his delicate and ancient face. ‘Farewell, my son,’ he spoke, then he gestured with a lovely, slender hand a motion of peace and our meeting was truly ended.
On investigation we found less than one-third of our provisions remaining, while to our utter dismay, we discovered that our water-casks had been swept overboard during the violent plungings of our boat.
Along the banks great forests miles in extent could be seen stretching away on the shore-line. The trees were of enormous size. We landed after anchoring near a sandy beach, and waded ashore, and were rewarded by finding a quantity of nuts that were very palatable and satisfying to hunger, and a welcome change from the monotony of our stock of provisions.
When we want to be seen by those on the outside of the Mountain, we can easily make ourselves visible to you. But for the most part, we prefer to stay invisible for our own protection. The time will come when we will be appearing to your surface folk, and that time is very near. We hope this has answered your question. I am Mikos.
Respecting this cycle, starting their march against the wind (which was for their own safety) they climbed down three days on the stairs and after two days of march on a narrow stair-less tunnel, the wind blew back inside, hence they watched their steps since the days they departed, to not leave loose stones on their path wich would hit them in the back.
If the earth had a solid core, when and earthquake happened it would likely absorb all of vibration and not resonate it. This is just one detail that should open your mind to the possibility that a hollow planet is a possibility.
Vegetation grew in lavish exuberance, and fruit of all kinds possessed the most delicate flavor. Clusters of grapes four and five feet in length, each grape as large as an orange, and apples larger than a man’s head typified the wonderful growth of all things on the “inside” of the Earth.
That land has been seen all around the Arctic. It is the inner continent that starts half-way through the polar opening. It has been seen by many Arctic explorers. Admiral Peary and MacMillan saw it from Axel Heiberg Island in Northern Canada. Captain Keenan sighted it from Harrison Bay on the north shore of Alaska. The Russians have seen it from the New Siberian Islands and called it Sannikov Land. Dr. Frederick A. Cook took a photo of it on his way to the pole in 1908. He called it Bradley land. That land does indeed exist although it is not on any map!
My estimate is that the north polar opening covers 840 miles from crest to crest from where it begins to dip into the earth. We can detect the opening if we come within 400 miles of it using the horizontal gyroscope. So there is an area of 840 miles from crest to crest within which we can detect the polar opening. At the pole, the horizontal gyroscope will be horizontal as verified by a level. As we enter the polar opening, the horizontal gyroscope will gradually turn vertical. If we do not enter directly into the opening, but within 400 miles of it, we will detect the location of the aperture with the horizontal gyroscope.
I just received a very interesting set of mosaic images of the north and south poles from a list member. The north mosaic seems to show the north polar opening in the location we have estimated it to be, on the Russian side of the pole. For comparison, I have copied a section of the image next to a section of the original image and put a red circle around the area in the second copy where there appears to be a circular pattern where we think the polar opening is located on the Russian western quadrant.
Byrd was a U.S. Navy officer and navigation expert. In 1926 he completed the first ever flight over the North Pole, though in more recent times some contest he never actually reached the pole. The next year he completed one of the first trans-Atlantic flights, only a few weeks after Charles Lindbergh’s record-setting adventure. In 1929 Byrd became the first pilot to fly to the south pole and back.