Subterranean Bases

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‘Inner Earth’

1908: THE SMOKY GOD

THE SMOKY GOD Or A Voyage to the Inner World By WILLIS GEORGE EMERSON With Illustrations by JOHN A. WILLIAMS CHICAGO FORBES & COMPANY 1908 Copyright, 1908. By WILLIS GEORGE EMERSON CONTENTS Dedication Part I. Author’s Foreword Part II. Olaf Jansen’s Story Part III. Beyond The North Wind Part IV. In the Under World Part V. Among the Ice Packs Part VI. Conclusion Part VII. Author’s Afterword ILLUSTRATIONS “I was left alone with the dead.” “Twenty-eight years — long, tedious, frightful years of suffering.” “A vessel larger than our little fishing sloop could not have threaded its way among the icebergs.” “By what miracle we escaped… Read More

1908: THE SMOKY GOD 2

Olaf Jansen’s Story My name is Olaf Jansen. I am a Norwegian, although I was born in the little seafaring Russian town of Uleaborg, on the eastern coast of the Gulf of Bothnia, the northern arm of the Baltic Sea. My parents were on a fishing cruise in the Gulf of Bothnia, and put into this Russian town of Uleaborg at the time of my birth, being the twenty-seventh day of October, 1811. My father, Jens Jansen, was born at Rodwig on the Scandinavian coast, near the Lofoden Islands, but after marrying made his home at Stockholm, because my mother’s people resided in that city. When… Read More

1908: THE SMOKY GOD 3

Beyond The North WindI tried to forget my thirst by busying myself with bringing up some food and an empty vessel from the hold. Reaching over the side-rail, I filled the vessel with water for the purpose of laving my hands and face. To my astonishment, when the water came in contact with my lips, I could taste no salt. I was startled by the discovery. “Father!” I fairly gasped, “the water, the water; it is fresh!” “What, Olaf?” exclaimed my father, glancing hastily around. “Surely you are mistaken. There is no land. You are going mad.” “But taste it!” I cried. And thus we made… Read More

1908: THE SMOKY GOD 4

In The Under WorldWe learned that the males do not marry before they are from seventy-five to one hundred years old, and that the age at which women enter wedlock is only a little less, and that both men and women frequently live to be from six to eight hundred years old, and in some instances much older.18 18Josephus says: “God prolonged the life of the patriarchs that preceded the deluge, both on account of their virtues and to give them the opportunity of perfecting the sciences of geometry and astronomy, which they had discovered; which they could not have done if they had not lived… Read More

1908: THE SMOKY GOD 5

Among The Ice PacksFor the next forty-five days our time was employed in dodging icebergs and hunting channels; indeed, had we not been favored with a strong south wind and a small boat, I doubt if this story could have ever been given to the world. At last, there came a morning when my father said: “My son, I think we are to see home. We are almost through the ice. See! the open water lies before us.” However, there were a few icebergs that had floated far northward into the open water still ahead of us on either side, stretching away for many miles. Directly… Read More

1908: THE SMOKY GOD 6

Conclusion  In concluding this history of my adventures, I wish to state that I firmly believe science is yet in its infancy concerning the cosmology of the earth. There is so much that is unaccounted for by the world’s accepted knowledge of to-day, and will ever remain so until the land of “The Smoky God” is known and recognized by our geographers. It is the land from whence came the great logs of cedar that have been found by explorers in open waters far over the northern edge of the earth’s crust, and also the bodies of mammoths whose bones are found in vast beds on… Read More

1983: THE HOLLOW EARTH: A MADDENING THEORY THAT CAN’T BE DISPROVED

From OMNI Magazine (October 1983) If there were a hall of fame for pseudo-scientists, surely Cyrus Teed would deserve a place of honor. It was shortly after the Civil War that Teed had his vision: The earth is a hollow sphere, and WE LIVE INSIDE IT. Everything else in the universe is in here with us — planets, comets, stars — everything. What’s outside the sphere? Nothing. Teed’s cosmology had a particular appeal to religious fundamentalists. It made the earth important again, rather than an insignificant speck in the cosmos. And it eliminated the difficult concepts of infinite space and aimlessly scattered worlds. We’re all right… Read More

A Prophecy from the Inner Earth?

Source: Conservative Revolution http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/6824/sacrgeo.htm “The entrances to the Interior Earth are to be found at the poles, as well as in the Antarctic Oases and possibly on the top of this mountain. They can be reached by travelling through the deep waters which flow beneath the ices. “In this Interior Earth are the Cities of Agharti, Shambhalla and the Caesars, inhabited by the immortal Siddhas. There the Golden Age still exists. The Discs of Light, covered in orichalcum, fly out from there. They carried our guide off to a place of safety. It is the invulnerable Paradise which our people have rediscovered, where the science of… Read More

Admiral Richard B. Byrd’s Secret Diary (Feb. Mar. 1947)

by Admiral Richard B. Byrd I must write this diary in secrecy and obscurity. It con cerns my Arctic flight of the nineteenth day of February in the year of Nineteen and Forty Seven. There comes a time when the rationality of men must fade into insignificance and one must accept the inevitability of the Truth! I am not at liberty to disclose the following documenta tion at this writing …perhaps it shall never see the light of public scrutiny, but I must do my duty and record here for all to read one day. In a world of greed and exploitation of certain of mankind… Read More

An Introduction to The Hollow Earth

by Dennis Crenshaw Source: Onelight.com   http://www.onelight.com/thei/theiintro.html Is the Earth Hollow? This intriguing question has attracted the attention of free thinkers, scientists and a wide assortment of crackpots back through the ages.   The most ancient of stories of modern mankind can be found written on the clay tablets of Mesopotamia. Two, “Gilgamesh” (Table XII) and “The Descent of Ishtar to the Underworld”, are about adventures among different kinds of creatures inside the earth.   1 Plato wrote of enormous subterranean tunnels both broad and narrow that made up the earth’s interior. Dr. Edmond Halley, of comet fame, believed that all heavenly bodies were hollow and… Read More