hollow earth national geographic | hollow earth myth

This Mercator’s map of the arctic appeared first as a vignette in his 1569 world map atlas. The arctic had yet to be explored at the time Mercator created his map and is, therefore, based upon commonly held beliefs about the region. Mercator’s map inspired explorers like the Englishman Martin Frobisher to seek a northwest passage to China.
Both special relativity and Hohlwelttheorie destroy basic human assumptions: one successfully, the other unsuccessfully. Special relativity tells us that time and space are relative. Hohlwelttheorie tells us that we live inside the Earth. The rope that rescued special relativity is also the rope that hanged Hohlwelttheorie: Popper’s falsifiability criterion. Special relativity offers many possible falsifications, all of which have thus far survived experimental tests. 
De Camp and Ley also claim that Sir John Leslie expanded on Euler’s idea, suggesting two central suns named Pluto and Proserpine (this was unrelated to the dwarf planet Pluto, which was discovered and named some time later). Leslie did propose a hollow Earth in his 1829 Elements of Natural Philosophy (pp. 449Ð453), but does not mention interior suns.
The lyrical concept of our first record, We Are Not Humanity, is entirely adopted (or in several cases directly lifted) from the writings of Daniel Quinn/the teachings of Ishmael. And though I’m sad to say that Daniel has passed away, his spirit lives on. If you haven’t done so, get your hands on a copy of Ishmael and/or The Story of B… Easily the most important books I’ve ever read in my life. RIP to one of the greatest minds of the last century.
Dizzy confusion was the feeling of late-19th century physics. Light from distant stars shows the same velocity relative to Earth, regardless of whether the Earth is moving towards or away from a particular star. To rescue physics, Einstein proposed that the speed of light is the same everywhere for all observers. Whether you move towards a laser beam or away from it, its light approaches you with the same relative speed. 
Though Symmes himself never wrote a book about his ideas, several authors’ published works discussing his ideas. McBride wrote Symmes’ Theory of Concentric Spheres in 1826. It appears that Reynolds has an article that appeared as a separate booklet in 1827: Remarks of Symmes’ Theory Which Appeared in the American Quarterly Review. In 1868, a professor W.F. Lyons published The Hollow Globe which put forth a Symmes-like Hollow Earth hypothesis, but failed to mention Symmes himself. Symmes’s son Americus then published The Symmes’ Theory of Concentric Spheres in 1878 to set the record straight.
In 1846 the discovery of an extinct woolly mammoth frozen in ice in Siberia was used by Marshall Gardner as evidence of a hollow earth. Gardner subscribed to the single-sun-inside-the-earth theory and suggested that the mammoth was so well-preserved because it had died recently. Gardner thought that mammoths and other extinct creatures wandered freely in the interior of the earth. This one had wandered outside by using the hole at the North Pole, then was frozen and carried to Siberia on an ice flow.
Remember, objects moving near the speed of light contract in their direction of movement. And who’s to say that the particle is not actually at rest while the Earth moves towards it? Yes, it’s all there in the physics. Earth moves towards the particle at nearly the speed of light and is immensely contracted in its direction of movement. As Stevens puts it in the video: 
As time has gone on the idea of a hollow-earth has become less a theory of fringe science and more a subject of science fiction and fantasy. Perhaps this has happened because new discoveries continue to show there is no validity to most of the hollow-earth ideas. United States Navy Admiral Richard Byrd flew across the North Pole in 1926 and the South Pole in 1929 without seeing any holes leading to inner-earth. Photographs taken by astronauts in space show no entrances either. Modern geology indicates the Earth is mostly a solid mass.
In 2005, Steven Currey Expeditions planned an expedition to the North Pole region to explore for a possible opening into the inner Earth. Brooks A. Agnew took over as leader on Currey’s death in 2006, with the plan of taking 100 scientists and film makers to the supposed Arctic “opening” in 2009.
De Camp and Ley also claim that Sir John Leslie expanded on Euler’s idea, suggesting two central suns named Pluto and Proserpine (this was unrelated to the planet Pluto, which was discovered and named a century later). Leslie did propose a hollow Earth in his 1829 Elements of Natural Philosophy (pp. 449–53), but does not mention interior suns. Jules Verne alludes to the Pluto-Proserpine theory, which he attributes to “an English captain,” in Journey to the Center of the Earth.[23]
— Titan, one of Saturn’s largest moon’s, one of the few moon’s in the solar system to have a significant atmosphere, has an interesting upwelling of bright clouds at its south pole.  NASA scientists speculate that it may be associated with a feature on the ground which causes wind with moisture raising up into the atmosphere and then condensing out into clouds.  One image of Titan’s south pole seems to indicate these bright bubbling clouds are lighted from beneath.
Novelist Lobsang Rampa in his book The Cave of the Ancients said an underground chamber system exists beneath the Himalayas of Tibet, filled with ancient machinery, records and treasure.[31] Michael Grumley, a cryptozoologist, has linked Bigfoot and other hominid cryptids to ancient tunnel systems underground.[32]
Halley also suggested that the interior of the Earth was populated with life and lit by a luminous atmosphere. He thought the aurora borealis, or northern lights, was caused by the escape of this gas through a thin crust at the poles.
In my Chapters Paradise — Found! and The City of Enoch — Found!, I present evidence that the place where the spirits of all go at death is not the moon, but the Inner Sun of Earth — after passing through a dark tunnel through the earth’s shell.  After a brief preliminary judgment by Christ (this is not the last and final judgment), the righteous are accepted into Paradise (the Inner Sun), and the wicked are cast out into Hell, often called “Outer Darkness” in scripture, in the earth’s shell to await the resurrection.  Of course, the resurrection of all men negates any validity of the reincarnation theory that John also seems to accept.  The previous lives that some people “remember” are actually just their pre-existent spirit life in Heaven or their visit to earth as a spirit being years before being born.
The belief in a hollow Earth had some adherents in Nazi Germany. There is even a legend that says that Hitler and his chief advisers escaped the last days of the Third Reich by going through the opening at the South Pole.
10/27/2014.  In Clark B. Hinckley’s excellent book, Christopher Columbus, A Man Among the Gentiles, Clark discusses that among Columbus’ reasons for sailing west in search of the Indies was the possibility of discovering the lost Garden of Eden.  Columbus was well read and knew that the writers of that era believed the Terrestrial Paradise, or Garden of Eden was on a high mountain.  In John Mandeville’s book, Travels, he wrote, “The Earthly Paradise, so men say, is the highest land on earth…In the middle of Paradise is a spring from which come four rivers…”.  Dante recounted the belief that the Garden of Eden was located at the edge of the East, and at the highest point of the globe.  So when Columbus found a river coming out of the South American continent with such volume that it issued fresh water far out into the Caribbean Sea, he concluded that it must originate from an unknown continent with a high mountain that must be the location for the Garden of Eden.
Further investigation, however, suggested a rather more prosaic answer. Thompson’s book, Cosmic Manuscript, is still available to buy on the internet. Among all the five-star reviews (“I am a doctor who has read thousands of books, and Cosmic Manuscript is in a class of it’s own”; “I consider there are no accidents. This book came to me instead of me searching for it”; “I LOVE this Cosmic Manuscript”) there’s a solitary one-star review.
The Egyptian mathematician Mostafa Abdelkader authored several scholarly papers working out a detailed mapping of the concave Earth model. See M. Abdelkader, “A Geocosmos: Mapping Outer Space Into a Hollow Earth,” 6 Speculations in Science & Technology 81-89 (1983). Abstracts of two of Abdelkader’s papers also appeared in Notices of the American Mathematical Society, (Oct. 1981 and Feb. 1982).
Case in point: take two synchronised atomic clocks with nanosecond precision; keep one on the ground and fly the other on a jet around the world twice. Special relativity says their times will diverge – and indeed, they do. Any other outcome would have been game over for Einstein. Such accessibility to experimentation is precisely what keeps special relativity afloat. Using intuition as a handrail, one might behold Einstein’s model and see madness. Using science, one sees reason.
Byrd’s controversial diary on Operation HighJump, now allegedly missing, tells of his plane being greeted by “flying machines,” a type he had never seen before. They conveyed to him that he had been allowed to enter “Agharta” (the most celebrated city in the hollow Earth) because of his high moral and ethical character. They had decided that it was time to make greater contact with the outside world to make sure we didn’t destroy this planet and their civilization with it. Eventually Admiral Byrd and his crew were guided by their hosts back to the outer world, their lives forever changed.
An early attempt to model most features of planetary motion was developed by the Ancient Greek astronomer Eudoxus of Cnidus, and described by the philosopher Aristotle. In this model, an intricate system of 27 crystalline spheres encircling Earth explained the motions of the heavens, including the retrograde motions of the planets. Later, a different model by Hipparchus of Nicaea invoked a series of planetary orbits around Earth. The first orbit – called a deferent – was a perfect circle around the Earth, while the second orbit – called an epicycle – moved along the circumference of the deferent. Hipparchus’ contribution was immortalised for centuries in the work of the Egyptian astronomer, mathematician and geographer Ptolemy of Alexandria, who tweaked the concept into something so enduring that questioning it was nothing short of blasphemy. Just ask Galileo, who was persecuted for this heresy by the Inquisition in the 17th century.
It’s just as the man said (“the man” being Dillon Ethier); this is some “long-form retro leaning instrumental prog rock” shit right here! Now, hear me out, if you like this, make sure you check out Mahogany Frog’s album ‘VS Mabus’ — Trust me! You’ll thank me later! Found this on Steven Effren’s page. Christopher Moklebust
In the nucleus of all atoms, my theory of gravity states that the spinning nature of nuclei particles creates a vacuum in the ether causing all surrounding ether to accelerate into fill that vacuum in the nucleus of all atoms.  The acceleration of the ether into fill the vacuum in the ether in the nucleus of all atoms is what gives the effect of gravity — it is a push by the ether accelerating into the vacuum in the nucleus of all atoms.  The Gravitation Constant means, therefore, that for every gram of matter in the universe, an acceleration in the ether of space is generated to the value of 6.67259 x 10-8 centimeters per second squared towards the center of that gram of mass.  As the ether accelerates towards the centers of each atom, the ether exerts a pressure force we call gravity.
Regardless of where it originated, the model of a Hollow Earth managed to grow and survive. In 1818, John Cleves Symmes, Jr. published his Circular No. 1, declaring to the world that the Earth is hollow. Symmes, a veteran of the War of 1812 and unsuccessful trader, soon became maybe the most famous and successful proponent of the Hollow Earth theory. His initial vision of the Earth’s interior was like a simplified version of Halley’s multi-layered model, with the exception that Symmes’ version included huge holes at the North and South poles which allowed access to the hidden world inside. These holes, his unique addition to Hollow Earth theory, would even come to be known as “Symmes Holes.”
“My conception of the Hollow Earth, based on my research is that the shell of the Earth is about 800 miles thick, from the outside to the inner surface,” says Rodney Cluff, author of World Top Secret: Our Earth IS Hollow. He went even further in our phone conversation: half the planet is taken up by surface weight, and then there’s empty space, and then, something else. “Suspended in the center of that hollow is an interior sun that is divided by day and night sides,” he says, “The other part of the Hollow Earth theory is that near the North and South pole are substantial openings that lead into the interior.”
Other pre-20th century examples include Giacomo Casanova’s 1788 Icosameron, a 5-volume, 1,800-page story of a brother and sister who fall into the Earth and discover the subterranean utopia of the Megamicres, a race of multicolored, hermaphroditic dwarfs; Symzonia: A Voyage of Discovery by a “Captain Adam Seaborn” (1820) which reflected the ideas of John Cleves Symmes, Jr. and some have claimed Symmes as the real author; Edgar Allan Poe’s 1838 novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket; and George Sand’s 1884 novel Laura, Voyage dans le Cristal where unseen and giant crystals could be found in the interior of the Earth.
We discussed Operation High Jump that went to Antarctica in the latter half of 1946 and returned in the first two months of 1947.  It consisted of 4,700 men, an aircraft carrier, a submarine, a destroyer, and some icebreaker ships led by Admiral Richard E. Byrd to the Antarctic to investigate where the hundreds of thousands of Germans escaped to at the end of World War II.  Secretary of Defense Forrestal wanted to tell the people what we were up to in Antarctica, but the world controllers didn’t and had him fired as Secretary of Defense and later thrown out of the 16th floor of the Bethesda Navy Hospital in Maryland. The Russians were spying on us to see what would happen and at one point filmed flying saucers coming up out of the Antarctic Ocean.  You can watch the documentary on my Other Links page near the bottom.  Our fleet sent up airplanes from the aircraft carrier but they were shot down by laser beams from the flying saucers.  The destroyer caught fire and some lives were lost in the fight before the saucers dove back under the waves.  The Hollow Earth Nation felt threatened and responded in defense of their country. 
He toured the US with a handmade wooden globe that opened out to reveal its secret layers. Converts, in ever increasing numbers, began petitioning the government to finance his adventures. On March 7 1822 Senator Richard Thompson presented a case to Congress that Symmes be supplied with “the equipment of two vessels of 250 to 300 tons for the expedition, and the granting of such other aid as Government may deem requisite”.
Marcelo Martorelli’s book on the Hollow Earth and our expedition is out in French, titled, The Planetary Call, available at Amazon.com.  Marcelo was the host of our Voyage to Our Hollow Earth Expedition conference in Argentina in May 2004.
— Several images beamed back to earth from the Cassini space probe to Saturn show interesting anomalies that could be indications of hollow planets.  For instance, look at what NASA calls a “sharply defined circular feature” at Saturn’s south pole.
“Explore a desolate world filled with strange aliens, bizarre creatures, and ancient artifacts buried beneath its shifting sands. Discover xenophobic nomads roaming the wastelands, sky pirates prowling the air in their great flying vessels, and power-hungry warlords fighting over dwindling resources. Take shelter within one of the great walled city-states, and rub shoulders with haughty nobles, devout priests, and greedy merchants who plot and scheme therein.”
https://www.hollowearthresearch.org/dans-book

Using a large telescope located in Chile, scientists have discovered a “hot spot” on Saturn’s south pole.  It is about 10 degrees warmer than elsewhere on the planet as seen from the telescope.  This is exactly what we would expect if Saturn has a south polar opening from which warm air is emanating from it’s hollow interior warmed by an inner sun.  Actually, the same thing has been observed on other planets, including Jupiter and even Earth.
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Yet many arbitrary claims are unfalsifiable. A child’s claim that Santa Claus exists yet cannot be seen by any camera or scientific instrument is just that – unfalsifiable and thus untestable. Intellectually speaking, this is less like wearing a shield and more like wearing a millstone. Santa Claus, like Mars, is just a model – but one that cannot be refuted or retained.  
And perhaps Nietzsche was wrong – there could be something more fundamental than interpretations. After all, for theories of gravitation to exist in the first place, there must be something that needs explaining. Even a complete and utter denial of gravitation in any of its various formulations – Newtonian, relativistic, emergent – would admit that there is something we observe that might only be an illusion. Nothing can undermine the fundamental fact that there is a basic observation called gravity that needs explaining. All interpretations diverge from this observation, rooted in the shared experience of human beings. 

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  1. 12/26/2015.  Here is video proof that the earth was inhabited by giants prior to Noah’s flood which caused their footprints to be preserved when their footprints were covered in the mud of the flood that then turned to stone.
    Psychedelic and Progressive rock group, channelling the heritage of early British Progressive: “Our three chief influences are ‘Meddle’ era Pink Floyd, ‘Mark I’ Deep Purple and early King Crimson. Oh, and ‘Pink And Grey’ era Caravan. Our *four* chief influences are… Amongst our influences… I’ll come in again…”
    According to the Hollow Earth Hypothesis, planet Earth is either wholly hollow or otherwise contains a substantial interior space. The hypothesis has long been contradicted by overwhelming observational evidence, as well as by the modern understanding of planet formation; the scientific community has dismissed the notion since at least the late 18th century.
    Several twentieth-century German writers, including Peter Bender, Johannes Lang, Karl Neupert, and Fritz Braut, published works advocating the Hollow Earth hypothesis, or Hohlweltlehre. It has even been reported, although apparently without historical documentation, that Adolf Hitler was influenced by concave Hollow Earth ideas and sent an expedition in an unsuccessful attempt to spy on the British fleet by pointing infrared cameras up at the sky.[44][45]
    — Using radar, a NASA satellite during the spring of 1997 has photographed the Antarctic continent. Close to the center of the image is what looks like could be the South Polar Opening, an area of little reflectivity. I have place a red circle on a copy of the image next to the first in the link above to indicate where it seems to me that the South Polar Opening is located. It is located in the same area as the Apollo 17 earth photo showing Antarctica and what I believe could be the South Polar Opening of Earth. Here is an image of Antarctica showing the longitude and latitude lines.  I estimate the dark circular area in the RadarSat image which I believe could be the South Polar Opening.
    As time has gone on the idea of a hollow-earth has become less a theory of fringe science and more a subject of science fiction and fantasy. Perhaps this has happened because new discoveries continue to show there is no validity to most of the hollow-earth ideas. United States Navy Admiral Richard Byrd flew across the North Pole in 1926 and the South Pole in 1929 without seeing any holes leading to inner-earth. Photographs taken by astronauts in space show no entrances either. Modern geology indicates the Earth is mostly a solid mass.
    The flying saucer people told Larry that their capital city is on their southern hemisphere.  In fact, it is located 800 miles beneath Jackson County, Missouri.  Their capital city is the City of Eden, built next to the original Garden of Eden, where Olaf Jansen found it in 1830 when he sailed there with his father “beyond the north wind” through the north polar opening, into the interior of our hollow earth where “the chosen people” live.  They explained to Olaf that the garden he was taken to inside Our Hollow Earth was none other than the “navel of the earth,” and “the cradle of the human race,” and is called “Eden” and is located on the highest mountain plateau of the inner continent on their southern hemisphere.  Since the directions of the compass are reverse of what they are on our surface world, our south pole is their north pole, then their southern hemisphere is beneath our northern hemisphere, and their capital city is beneath North America.  The coordinates the saucermen gave Larry for their capital city were:  South South West 1/4 9′ 3″ 10 sid, according to their coordinate system.
    Having caught the ball, Verlinde keeps running with it. After deriving Newton’s model of gravitation, he continues in the same 2011 paper to derive important pieces of Einstein’s model. But what does this change? Isn’t gravity still gravity? Perhaps not: Verlinde sees room for improvement. 

  2. Back on land, they decided to climb up on the hill that Admiral Peary had sighted Crocker Land from.  They found the place where Peary had left a piece of the American flag with a very brief record, “Peary, June 28, 1906.”  MacMillan then records, “We now turned eagerly to an examination of the Polar Sea,  Peary stood here in June, 1906, and from this very spot he saw what resembled land lying to the northwest, 120 miles distant.  The day was exceptionally clear, not a cloud or trace of mist; if land could be seen, now was our time.  Yes, there it was!  It could even be seen without a glass, extending from southwest true to north-northeast.  Our powerful glasses, however, brought out more clearly the dark background in contrast with the white, the whole resembling hills, valleys, and snow-capped peaks to such a degree that, had we not been out on the frozen sea for 150 miles, we would have staked our lives upon its reality.  Our judgment then, as now, is that this was a mirage or loom of the sea ice.” (pgs. 87-88)
    De Camp and Ley have claimed (in their Lands Beyond) that Leonhard Euler also proposed a hollow-Earth idea, getting rid of multiple shells and postulating an interior sun 1,000 km (620 mi) across to provide light to advanced inner-Earth civilizations but they provide no references; indeed, Euler did not propose a hollow-Earth, but there is a slightly related thought experiment.[22]
    Chapel, bell tower and penitential beds on Station Island. The bell tower stands on a mound that is the site of a cave which, according to various myths, is an entrance to a place of purgatory inside the Earth. The cave has been closed since October 25, 1632.
    De Camp and Ley have claimed (in their Lands Beyond) that Leonhard Euler also proposed a hollow-Earth idea, getting rid of multiple shells and postulating an interior sun 1000 km (600 miles) across to provide light to advanced inner-Earth civilization (but they provide no references). However in his Letters to a German princess Euler describes a thought experiment involving a patently solid Earth.
    “There’s a salty tang in the air of early British Progressive rock, some King Crimson perhaps, some Spring, some Canterbury. The organ and strings, and the at times slightly sinister mood, remind me a little of the Crazy World of Arthur Brown…” – Daniel Dellamorte, music historian
    Jeremiah Reynolds also delivered lectures on the “Hollow Earth” and argued for an expedition. Reynolds went on an expedition to Antarctica himself but missed joining the Great U.S. Exploring Expedition of 1838-1842, even though that venture was a result of his agitation.
    I would also highly recommend that you listen to aviation pilot, John Lear, son of the famous developer of the Lear jet (who worked in the black projects of anti-gravity), in his interview with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM January 17, 2007.  I totally agreed with what John Lear says, that all the planets of our solar system are inhabited, that the moon has a greater surface gravity than the 1/6th earth gravity that orthodox science claims, (in my ebook I calculated it to be 38.7% of earth’s surface gravity based on the dropping of the hammer on the moon by an astronaut) and a thin atmosphere (as reported by several people that have been there such as Howard Menger in a flying saucer, and others), that our government has black projects that have developed flying saucers that are exploring our solar system and the universe.  Just one item I disagree, is that when he says that the spirits of all that die go to the moon.  He based this on a government Remote Viewer that was tasked to follow the spirit of a man that died and saw him going into a bright orb, and was warned not to follow or he could not come back.  John thought the bright orb was the moon.

  3. Nine years later, January 13, 1956, the same Rear Admiral Byrd, leading another official expedition to the Antarctic, flew from his base at McMurdo Sound. which is 400 miles from the South Pole, and entered the hollow region of the Earth near the South Pole, for 2300 miles. Was he looking for the other Polar entry point to this hidden Land?
    The Hollow Earth boasts a wide selection of beasts and humans. Dinosaurs and other extinct creatures still live and hunt and are hunted by the various human groups who have become stranded in the Hollow Earth over the centuries. Not a great deal of detail is provided about the Hollow Earth in the main book, allowing Game Masters to customize the terrain to suit their campaign.
    In Hindu mythology, the underworld is referred to as Patala. In the Hindu epic Ramayana, it has been depicted how Rama and Lakshmana were taken by the king of the underworld Ahiravan, brother of the demon king Ravana. Later on they were rescued by Hanuman. The Angami Naga tribes of India claim that their ancestors emerged in ancient times from a subterranean land inside the Earth.[9] The Taino from Cuba believe their ancestors emerged in ancient times from two caves in a mountain underground.[10]
    So gravity is not the familiar beast you think it. Because spacetime is warped (or curved) by mass, objects do not fall in the sense we usually think they do. Contrary to Newton, gravity is not even a force. Nothing ‘pulls’ a falling object down towards the Earth. The ‘falling’ object follows a straight line in curved spacetime. 
    The idea of a hollow Earth is a common element of fiction, appearing as early as Ludvig Holberg’s 1741 novel Nicolai Klimii iter subterraneum (Niels Klim’s Underground Travels), in which Nicolai Klim falls through a cave while spelunking and spends several years living on a smaller globe both within and the inside of the outer shell.
    The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, a 19th-century forerunner of postmodernism, wrote: ‘There are no facts, only interpretations.’ But even this is an interpretation. What Nietzsche really wrote was: ‘Es gibt keine Tatsachen, sondern nur Interpretationen.’ And this, still, is an interpretation of ink patterns on a piece of paper. 

  4. After reviewing the book of Instructions for ONE YEAR, President Eisenhower returned the book to Valient Thor saying that we couldn’t accept his assistance because it would destroy the economy of our country.  Although two U.S. Air Force Intelligence officers later came to his hotel and told him not to tell anyone of his meeting with Valient Thor, Dr. Stranges put it all in a book called, “Stranger at the Pentagon,” and later after he had become fast friends with Valient Thor, he was even invited aboard Valient Thor’s flying saucer.  Dr. Stranges later wrote his other book, “My Friend From Beyond Earth,” which I have had a copy of for many years.  Valient Thor also wrote a book that Dr. Stranges published called, “Outwitting Tomorrow.” 
    And what about Thompson? His final posting in his Yahoo Group page had been on January 11 2003. Then, he had vanished. Adherents of Hollow Earth theory, writing in the chat forum, couldn’t help but speculate. “Maybe there is something someone did not want him to find,” said one.
    A definite indication that Saturn is hollow with polar openings is the recent detection of a hot spot at Saturn’s south pole.  The scientist’s claim that there is no hot spot at the earth’s poles is not entirely correct either.  Fridjof Nansen reported in his Farthest North that a north wind invariably raised the temperature on his thermometer in the middle of the winter, and a south wind lowered it.  Amundsen on his 1926 flight over the north pole in his dirigible reported a 10 degree rise in temperature from Spitzbergen to the pole.  Obviously, what is happening is the warm air rising up out of the polar opening near the pole is what is raising the temperature at the pole, just like what has now been detected on Saturn.  The sudden jump in temperature towards Saturn’s south pole is a surprise for scientists because they are not taking into account the hollow nature of planets and that they contain inner suns that produce their auroras and warm air emanating out through polar openings.
    The explorer Ferdynand Ossendowski wrote a book in 1922 titled Beasts, Men and Gods. Ossendowski said he was told about a subterranean kingdom that exists inside the Earth. It was known to Buddhists as Agharti.[29]
    2/15/2015.  The Universe is teaming with life.  A leaked NASA video shows many UFOs flying out of earth’s atmosphere, and snap shots of the moon shows alien activity there also, including ours from the Apollo missions.  Watch the video here.
    Though Hohlwelttheorie cannot be disproven or falsified, the majority of serious thinkers reject it because it is needlessly complicated (Occam’s razor), lacks evidence (Hitchens’s razor), and is unfalsifiable (shall we call this blade Popper’s razor?).  

  5. The negative anomalies over the polar openings are so great that the U.S. has lost satellites over them. In the early 1960’s when the U.S. was trying to put its first satellites into polar orbit, they kept losing them over the Arctic up near the pole until they decided to put them into orbit on either side of the polar opening. When they tried to send their satellites over the polar opening, several satellite cones were lost because they followed the earth’s curvature into the earth’s hollow interior where they crashed. (SECRET OF THE AGES, p. 130)
    As time has gone on the idea of a hollow-earth has become less a theory of fringe science and more a subject of science fiction and fantasy. Perhaps this has happened because new discoveries continue to show there is no validity to most of the hollow-earth ideas. United States Navy Admiral Richard Byrd flew across the North Pole in 1926 and the South Pole in 1929 without seeing any holes leading to inner-earth. Photographs taken by astronauts in space show no entrances either. Modern geology indicates the Earth is mostly a solid mass.
    A tiny gravitational force would arise from the fact that the Earth does not have a perfectly symmetrical spherical shape, as well as forces from other bodies such as the Moon. The centrifugal force from the Earth’s rotation would pull a person (on the inner surface) outwards if the person was traveling at the same velocity as the Earth’s interior and was in contact with the ground on the interior, but even at the equator this is only 1/300 of ordinary Earth gravity.
    The notion that models can be taken seriously only if falsifiable stems from the late philosopher of science Karl Popper. A model is built not on a concrete foundation but on stilts that can be quickly cast aside should new information arrive. As Popper wrote in The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1934), ‘no matter how many instances of white swans we may have observed, this does not justify the conclusion that all swans are white’. A good model creeps toward certainty; it chases the horizon of proof, yet never touches it. 
    Hollow Earth – Out of Atlantis is out now on vinyl from Kommun 2 (home to Agusa, Hills, The Spacious Mind and Yuri Gagarin) on November 24 on 140 Gram Vinyl, limited to 500 copies: 100 splatter; 200 white; 200 black; and will be released on CD on January 1 by Sound-Effect Records.
    Halley also suggested that the interior of the Earth was populated with life and lit by a luminous atmosphere. He thought the aurora borealis, or northern lights, was caused by the escape of this gas through a thin crust at the poles.
    Nine years later, January 13, 1956, the same Rear Admiral Byrd, leading another official expedition to the Antarctic, flew from his base at McMurdo Sound. which is 400 miles from the South Pole, and entered the hollow region of the Earth near the South Pole, for 2300 miles. Was he looking for the other Polar entry point to this hidden Land?

  6. Ozone Holes at the Poles are evidence of the existence of Polar Openings. In a NASA article on the October 6, 1999 release of an Antarctic Ozone hole image shows that area of least ozone Ozone hole over Antarctic polar opening (darkest blue) happens to be located in the same area I have estimated the South Polar Opening to be located as seen in the RADARSat image of Antarctica. The ozone layer that covers any sunlit area of the earth is a layer of oxygen isotope (O3) in the upper atmosphere caused when ultraviolet light from the sun creates ozone from oxygen, and is only a few pennies thick but serves as a protection to life on earth from too much ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Scientists originally considered that the ozone holes that appear in the Arctic and Antarctic each Spring could be caused by an upwelling of air that pushes the ozone layer apart creating the hole, but they had no mechanism that would cause this upwelling of air. The hollow earth solution to this mystery is that ozone free air from the earth’s interior blows out the polar opening come spring pushing the ozone layer apart creating the ozone holes. The ozone holes have nothing to do with chlorofluorocarbon pollution. The scam to ban the chlorofluorocarbon freon was cooked up by the DuPont Corporation so they could maintain their monopoly on refrigerants as soon as their patent on freon ran out.
    –Could someone anciently have had a faint recollection from some unknown scriptural writings of the actual location of the Lost Garden of Eden? This map shows the Lost Garden of Eden on a high mountain at the north pole. Or is this the map makers attempt to show the Lost Garden of Eden inside Our Hollow Earth looking through the north polar opening? The abundant waters that flow from the Garden of Eden divide into four rivers that flow to the four cardinal points of the compass.

  7. He devoted more of the book to somewhat plageristic tendencies in exceedingly long quotes of literature, but dumped genuine legends in the garbage and indeed deliberately avoided them, as certainly anyone who did this much research on hollow earth beliefs, MUST have been aware of the ancient legends.
    Motivated by his new cosmology, Teed published a book, started a new religion, amassed disciples, and founded a new town in Florida. To many, Teed’s ideas sound like snake oil so thick only the most gullible could imbibe. Yet his influence was not limited to the United States, nor to the 19th century. Anti-intellectual sentiment within the Nazi party embraced concave hollow-Earth theory – or Hohlwelttheorie as it is called in German. According to the Dutch astronomer Gerard Kuiper, elements of the Nazi military might have even advocated looking up through the sky to spy on the Allies on the other side of the world. After all, there’s no place to hide inside a globe. 
    In 1846 the discovery of an extinct woolly mammoth frozen in ice in Siberia was used by Marshall Gardner as evidence of a hollow earth. Gardner subscribed to the single-sun-inside-the-earth theory and suggested that the mammoth was so well-preserved because it had died recently. Gardner thought that mammoths and other extinct creatures wandered freely in the interior of the earth. This one had wandered outside by using the hole at the North Pole, then was frozen and carried to Siberia on an ice flow.
    “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.'” 
    Edmond Halley in 1692 put forth the idea of Earth consisting of a hollow shell about 800 km (500 miles) thick, two inner concentric shells and an innermost core, about the diameters of the planets Venus, Mars, and Mercury. Atmospheres separate these shells, and each shell has its own magnetic poles. The spheres rotate at different speeds. Halley proposed this scheme in order to explain anomalous compass readings. He envisaged the atmosphere inside as luminous (and possibly inhabited) and speculated that escaping gas caused the Aurora Borealis.
    The curvature of a hollow planet would be such that radio waves could bounce around it almost ad infinitum until they lost their strength. The fact that the time delays of these radio signals varied so much seem to suggest that these waves were bouncing around inside a hollow cavity.
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    How did Teed’s ideas gain a foothold in the upper echelons of the Third Reich? A less cosmic, more conspiratorial notion of a hollow Earth was introduced in Europe by the English novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton. In his novella Vril: The Power of the Coming Race (1871), Bulwer-Lytton depicts a master race living in the bowels of the Earth. In this cultural ambience, belief in a hollow Earth might have attracted German nationalists. Indeed, during the First World War, a German pilot named Peter Bender converted to Teed’s ideas as a prisoner of war. According to the geographer Duane A Griffin at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, Bender introduced Hohlwelttheorie to the elite Nazi Hermann Göring, who oversaw the creation of the Gestapo. With this initial overture, alternative cosmologies might have slithered into Nazi thought. As Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke writes in The Occult Roots of Nazism (1992), ‘fantasies can achieve a causal status once they have been institutionalised in beliefs, values, and social groups’. 
    Like many believers, Cluff is convinced by the accounts of others who claim to have already found and even visited the “inner Earth”. Chief among them is Karl Unger, a German sailor said to be part of a 1943 U-boat expedition to the South Pole. The submarine apparently entered the Hollow Earth through an underwater passageway, and its crew were greeted by an advanced civilisation in a place called “Rainbow Island”. (Hitler was reportedly a believer, and some conspiracy theorists are convinced he escaped to the Hollow Earth at the end of the Second World War and is still there.) Then there’s Admiral Richard Byrd, a highly decorated US Naval officer whose supposedly hushed-up “secret diary” of a 1947 expedition to the North Pole is believed to contain descriptions of a land full of lush lakes, greenery and woolly mammoths (Byrd was actually in the South Pole at the time). There’s even a retired colonel in the US Air Force, Billie Faye Woodward, who claims that he and his twin sister (both hermaphrodites) were born in the Hollow Earth.
    Edmund Halley was a brilliant English astronomer whose mathematical calculations pinpointed the return of the comet that bears his name. Halley was fascinated by the earth’s magnetic field. He noticed the direction of the field varied slightly over time and the only way he could account for this was there existed not one, but several, magnetic fields. Halley came to believe that the Earth was hollow and within it was a second sphere with another field. In fact, to account for all the variations in the field, Halley finally proposed that the Earth was composed of some four spheres, each nestled inside another.
    — An interesting article in a 1923 issue of Popular Science Monthly magazine reported an Eskimo tradition regarding the fate of the lost Greenland Viking Colony which was established there in about the 8th century, but disappeared sometime before Greenland was repopulated in 1721. According to the Eskimos, the Viking colony did not die off as European’s at that time thought, but instead lured by the more plentiful game and wildlife and driftwood towards the northern shores of Greenland and Northern Canada, upon the return of a hunting party reporting they had found a paradise in the north,  all the colonists packed up and singing songs departed suddenly toward the northward across the ice and never returned.

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