Underground civilizations link with the 'Hollow Earth Theory'. There are
supposedly races that exist in subterranean cities beneath planet Earth. Very
often, these dwellers of the world beneath are more technologically advanced
than we on the surface. Some believe that UFOs are not from other planets, but
are manufactured by strange beings in the interior of the Earth. In the late 17th century, British astronomer
Edmund Halley proposed that Earth consists of four concentric spheres and "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 the early 19th century, an eccentric veteran
of the war of 1812 John Symmes promoted the idea of interior concentric spheres
so widely that the alleged opening to the inner world was named "Symmes Hole."
Jules Verne wrote Journey to the Center of
the Earth in 1864 and Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950), the creator of
Martian adventures and Tarzan of the Apes, also wrote novels set in the hollow
earth. Legends often ignite the imagination of fiction writers and fiction often
ignites the imagination of the pseudoscientist. In 1869, Cyrus Reed Teed, an herbalist and
self-proclaimed alchemist, had a vision of a woman who told him that we are
living on the inside of the hollow Earth. For nearly forty years, Teed promoted
his idea in pamphlets and speeches. He even founded a cult called the Koreshans
(Koresh is the Hebrew equivalent of Cyrus). In 1906, William Reed published The Phantom
of the Poles in which he claimed that nobody had found the north or south
poles because they don't exist. Instead, the poles are entrances to the hollow
Earth. In 1913, Marshall B. Gardner privately
published Journey to the Earth's Interior in which he rejected the notion of
concentric spheres but swore that inside the hollow earth was a sun 600 miles in
diameter. Gardner, too, claimed that there were huge holes a thousand mile wide
at the poles...
Scientists scanning the deep interior of Earth have found evidence of a vast water reservoir beneath eastern Asia that is at least the volume of the Arctic Ocean. The discovery marks the first time such a large body of water has found in the planet’s deep mantle.The finding, made by Michael Wysession, a seismologist at Washington State University in St. Louis, and his former graduate student Jesse Lawrence, now at the University of California, San Diego, will be detailed in a forthcoming monogra...Trip proposed to Earth centre via Arctic hole
A U.S. scientist and a small band of believers are planning a journey to the Canadian Arctic for what they call "the greatest geological expedition in history." Are they searching for Arctic oil reserves? Documenting evidence of climate change?Not quite. They're looking for a fog-shrouded hole in the Arctic Ocean that leads -- they say -- to the centre of the Earth, where an unknown civilization is lurking inside the hollow core of the planet.This time next year, Kentucky based phy...What if the Earth were hollow ?
What would happen to the world as we know it if the Earth were hollow below the crust, assuming it didn't collapse inwards?If the Earth were hollow we would be in danger of death by suffocation, thirst, frying, starving, freezing and drowning, in that order. A hollow Earth would not have enough mass to hold on to an atmosphere by gravity, and all the surface water would boil away. If the crust had enough mass to make up for the hollow centre, there would be no magnetic field, which is genera...Journey to the centre of the Earth?
Scientist said this week they had drilled into the lower section of Earth's crust for the first time and were poised to break through to the mantle in coming years. The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) seeks the elusive "Moho," a boundary formally known as the Mohorovicic discontinuity. It marks the division between Earth's brittle outer crust and the hotter, softer mantle.The depth of the Moho varies. This latest effort, which drilled 4,644 feet (1,416 meters) below th...Nazis and the Hollow Earth
A seismologist at Washington University in St. Louis has made the first 3-D model of seismic wave damping — diminishing — deep in the Earth's mantle and has revealed the existence of an underground water reservoir at least the volume of the Arctic Ocean. It is the first evidence for water existing in the Earth's deep mantle. Michael E. Wysession, Ph.D., Washington University professor of earth andplanetary sciences in Arts & Sciences, working with former graduate student Jesse Lawren...Hollow Earth - Legends, Evidence and the Eyewitness Accounts
EDITORIAL, Dec 29 (VNN) (An excerpt from Jan Lamprecht's new book " Hollow Planets ")
There are many very strange tales, legends and scriptures across the world from ancient times. We have come to believe that our forefathers were, for the most part, liars. But perhaps our judgement on them is too severe for perhaps there were exceptional things which occurred back then which were worth recording.
Take for example the l...Subterranean Tunnels & the Hollow Earth
Subterranean Tunnels & the Hollow Earth: My Search for Tunnels in the Earth
by: David Hatcher Childress From "World Explorer", Vol. 2, No. 3.All are architects of fate,Working the walls of time:Some with massive deeds and great;Some with lesser rhyme.-Longfellow, "The Builders"What if I told you that I had been inside a fantastic tunnel system that runs beneath the continent of South America? Would you think me a liar? Or worse yet, insane? Though I admit it is a story that seems difficult to...Hollow Earth Theory
For a long time I have been intrigued by the
concept of the Hollow Earth. I remember reading Raymond Bernard's book on the
subject ( The Hollow Earth - 1979 ) in the mid 1980's and felt a strong
affinity for the whole idea. Next, I read a strange book called "Etidorhpa" by
John Uri Llyod written in the late 1890's about a person who traveled from the
Outer Surface to the Inner Surface of the Earth and carrying when he arrived at
the center of the Earth crust. But before I lose our ...