— Confirming my conclusion in Chapter 8, The Celestial Destiny of Our Hollow Earth, that our Sun is hollow and suspended in its center is a City of God, is my recent discovery of a book written by Phoebe Marie Holmes in 1933, of her visit to the Celestial City of God in the Sun!
Unless, of course, gravitation is not a first principle. In this spirit, Verlinde frames gravity as an emergent phenomenon. Emergent phenomena appear when interactions on a small scale give rise to new laws, principles and structures on a larger scale. Consider the beautiful ice crystals we call snowflakes. The formation of snowflakes is driven by thermodynamics, the laws that govern the transfer of heat energy between molecules. And yet, crystals do not exist on the scale of individual molecules. They appear only on a larger scale, when many molecules exchange energy in a particular manner.
8/20/2011. Terry Smith, the Alaskan bush pilot I was hoping could take people to the north pole, died in a plane crash August 9, 2010, I just learned. Terry had offered to take us to the coordinates we provided where we estimate the North Polar Opening is located. Our hearts go out to his wife Terri and their family. He will be missed.
The members of Hollow Earth seem to be in a some kind of a cult, self-styled ‘gatekeepers of Shambhallah,’ whatever that means. Their chapter was ostensibly founded by Nicholas Roerich in Naggar, in the Himalayas, in the 1930s, and they are ‘perpetually championing the truth against those who believe in a solid—and to a lesser extent also those who believe in a flat—Earth,’ according to the third edition of the Encyclopaedia of Global Cults and Sects* at my local library.
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.
Finally, there’s the question of exactly why this would be kept secret — as with several other conspiracy theories, there seems to be no motive behind this one aside from “Let’s make the unwashed masses look really stupid!”
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As given in the edition of my book that includes my paper on the ORIGIN, CAUSE AND CONTROL OF GRAVITY — FOUND!, even Isaac Newton did not believe that gravity was a pull. He believed that space was full of an etheric substance that allowed light to travel through it. In my book, I give the evidence that the Michelson-Morley experiment that all college text books claim proved that the ether of space does not exist, actually did not have a null value. They performed the experiment underground in a basement with heavy concrete walls that shielded most of the effect of the ether in their interferometer experiment. They just considered the low value they obtained as within the range of error. Ignored in the all the college text books, are the 25 years of continuous experiments that Edward Morley conducted with Dayton Miller in which they conclusively proved that there is an ether in space flowing into the earth that effects the light beams of the interferometer.
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.
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When Thompson was found, the roof of his blue Honda Accord had been crushed almost to the floor. The fireman who rescued him was amazed he hadn’t been decapitated. As he’d been sitting, helpless, in the wreck, Thompson had had a vivid near-death experience. He claimed to have seen a “light so bright that it burnt my eyes” and made him “legally blind” and to have had bizarre knowledge about the world poured into him. When he regained consciousness, he was convinced that the Earth was hollow and had an opening at the North Pole. He’d come on Coast to Coast to discuss his mission to locate and explore it.
— Read the moving story of Olaf Jansen, a Norwegian fisherman, as he relates the account of the discovery in 1829 he and his father made of the North Polar Opening located northeast of Franz Josef Land which led them into the Hollow Earth where they were taken in by the friendly giant people who live there, ancestors of the Vikings who found this hidden land 2500 years ago, led there by a prophet of God.
“The next two satellites bore nose cones similar to those in which a future astronaut would be sent into orbit. In each one was a powerful radio transmitter, which was possible because the cone was the size of an automobile, and carried heavy batteries. Also included were powerful lights which could be illuminated at the proper time. The technique of releasing this cone from the satellite was to drop it by a radio-triggered device somewhere north of Alaska. Once dropped, the cone lost altitude and proceeded around the Earth for one more revolution on its orbit. Having come over the Pole it was then low enough (calculated the rocket men) to drop into the atmosphere over Hawaii, where a parachute would lower it slowly to the Earth’s surface, and there huge planes awaited, rigged to “fish for” the descending cone, and take it into the plane before it dropped into the ocean and thus retrieve its important contents intact, without damage of crash landing.”
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.
“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.”
Mott goes on to allege that Thompson “lifted entire pages and paragraphs from my earlier book, Caverns, Cauldrons and Concealed Creatures”. These were serious allegations. Could this be the truth behind Thompson’s evaporation?
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.
In the early eighteenth century, American John Cleves Symmes Jr supplemented the theory with the suggestion of ‘blowholes’: openings about 2.300 km across at both poles. Symes apparently was utterly convinced by his own theories: he campaigned for an expedition to the North Pole. The intervention of president Andrew Jackson was needed – to stop it, that is.
After World War II there seems to be a continuing connection between hollow-earth stories and Nazi Germany. One author, Ernst Zundel, wrote a book entitled UFOs – Nazi Secret Weapons? claiming that Hitler and his last battalion had boarded submarines at the end of the war, escaped to Argentina, and then established a base for flying saucers in the hole leading to the inside of the Earth at the South Pole. Zundel also suggested that the Nazis had originated as a separate race that had come from the inner-earth.
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.
According to the ancient astronaut writer Peter Kolosimo a robot was seen entering a subterranean tunnel below a monastery in Mongolia. Kolosimo also claimed a light was seen from underground in Azerbaijan. Kolosimo and other ancient astronaut writers such as Robert Charroux linked these activities to UFOs.
“Can it be that the reason the descending cone does not come over the Pole on that last low pass is because the Polar Area is mysterious in extent, not in the area calculated by the rocket men, and therefore not taken into consideration? Can it be that the nose cone fell to Earth inside that “land of mystery” discovered by Admiral Byrd? Where else could they have gone? If the Earth at the Poles is as given on today’s maps, could four successive “low-level” launchings give the same inexplicable result — unreasonable disappearance?” (LANDS BEYOND THE POLES by Ray Palmer, published by Gray Barker, pp. 13-14. See also DEEP BLACK by William E. Burrows, pp. 105-106.)
Jump up ^ Ellen Russell Emerson, Indian Myths, 1965 “It is to the Cubans we are indebted for the following version of man’s origin: It was from the depths of a deep cavern in the earth that mankind issued.”
Symmes published a pamphlet, in which he wrote, “I declare that the Earth is hollow and habitable within; containing a number of solid concentric spheres, one within the other, and that it is open at the poles 12 or 16 degrees.” He pledged his life to promoting his notion, boldly declaring, “I am ready to explore the hollow.”
Read an interesting article, in Meridian online magazine, A Volcanic Highway for the Lost Tribes? by John P. Pratt, who is a Ph.D. in astronomy and a specialist in ancient chronology and calendars. One of the suggestions in his article is that the highway that the scriptures say the Lost Tribes will throw up in the midst of the Arctic Ocean might be a mono-rail train — is an idea I suggested in my chapter on The Land of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel — Found! Norwegian explorer Olaf Jansen and Admiral Richard E. Byrd both reported that the people of Our Hollow Earth have advanced mono-rail train system technology — which I believe they will use to expand the political Kingdom of God from within to outer earth in the not too distant future.
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.
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Leonhard Euler (1707-1783), a noted mathematician and one of the founders of higher mathematics, stated that mathematically the Earth has to be hollow. He also believed there was a center sun inside the Earth’s interior, which provided daylight to a splendid subterranean civilization.
Based upon the size of the Earth and the force of gravity on its surface, the average density of the planet Earth is 5.515 g/cm3, and typical densities of surface rocks are only half that (about 2.75 g/cm3). If any significant portion of the Earth were hollow, the average density would be much lower than that of surface rocks. The only way for Earth to have the force of gravity that it does is for much more dense material to make up a large part of the interior. Nickel-iron alloy under the conditions expected in a non-hollow Earth would have densities ranging from about 10 to 13 g/cm3, which brings the average density of Earth to its observed value.
Beliefs in mysterious underworlds are as old as humanity. But the idea that the earth has a hollow interior was first proposed as a scientific theory in 1691 by Sir Edmond Halley (of comet fame), who suggested that there might be life down there as well. Hollow Earth traces the surprising, marvelous, and just plain weird permutations his ideas have taken over the centuries. From science fiction to utopian societies and even religions, Hollow Earth travels through centuries and cultures, exploring how each era’s relationship to the idea of a hollow earth mirrored its hopes, fears, and values. Illustrated with everything from seventeenth-century maps to 1950s pulp art to movie posters and more, Hollow Earth is for anyone interested in the history of strange ideas that just won’t go away.
“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.”
A book by a “Dr. Raymond Bernard” which appeared in 1964, The Hollow Earth, exemplifies the idea of UFOs coming from inside the earth, and adds the idea that the Ring Nebula proves the existence of hollow worlds, as well as speculation on the fate of Atlantis and the origin of flying saucers. An article by Martin Gardner revealed that Walter Siegmeister used the pseudonym “Bernard”, but not until the 1989 publishing of Walter Kafton-Minkel’s Subterranean Worlds: 100,000 Years of Dragons, Dwarfs, the Dead, Lost Races & UFOs from Inside the Earth did the full story of Bernard/Siegmeister become well known.
It has been said that Tibetan monks know of openings into Inner Earth. Other writers have proposed that Ascended Masters of esoteric wisdom inhabit subterranean caverns. Some of the locations believed to be entrances to another world inside the Earth are accessible in Antarctica, the North Pole, Tibet, the Himalayan Mountains, Peru, Bolivia, the Andes Mountains; Rocky Mountains in Colorado; Mount Shasta and Mount Whitney in California; Grand Tetons in Wyoming; the Secret Valley near Tucson, Arizona, Mount Fuji, Japan and the Pyrenees Mountains along the border of France and Spain. But, of course, none of these points can be verified.
In 1818, John Cleves Symmes, Jr. suggested that the Earth consisted of a hollow shell about 1300 km (800 miles) thick, with openings about 2300 km (1400 miles) across at both poles with 4 inner shells each open at the poles. Symmes became the most famous of the early Hollow Earth proponents. He proposed making an expedition to the North Pole hole, thanks to efforts of one of his followers, James McBride, but the new President of the United States, Andrew Jackson, halted the attempt.