Subterranean Bases

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Amazing Stories’

THE CAVE OF THE ANCIENTS – Summary

Part 3 of the fantastic book from T. LOBSANG RAMPA – (some words are translated to norwegian and there may be some wordmistakes here because this is scanned from the book) In this extract Lobsangs guide first tell him about the roots of Christianity and the western peoples opinion on sex – and how the early Christian priests decided that sex was unclean. Again remember that this happened almost 100 years ago – but the wisdom here is timeless. We read from page 178 now: “Well Lobsang,” said my Guide when we had finished our meal, “tell me what it is that bothers you so?” “Honourable… Read More

1979: TUNNEL MONSTER OF CABBAGETOWN?

The following news article appeared in the March 25, 1979 issue of the Toronto SUNDAY SUN. The story, titled TUNNEL MONSTER OF CABBAGETOWN? – was reported by staff writer Lorrie Goldstein:    “There’s an eerie city lying beneath the streets of Metro, a city none of us knows much about. “Ernest has been a visitor to that silent world of sewers, drainage pipes and the ruins under old houses, and the memory of what he saw there will haunt him for the rest of his life.  “’I wish you’d never come here,’ he says as he sits in his small, neat Cabbagetown (an old nickname for the… Read More

1946: AMAZING STORIES: Hopland and Lakeport, California

The following is parts of an extensive letter sent to AMAZING STORIES magazine, and published in their May, 1946 issue, on pages 171-173; describing strange UFO – and “Men In Black” – type anomalies with an apparent subterranean connection, in a remote area between Hopland and Lakeport, California:    “Sirs… The thing that I am trying to say is that I think I can show you an entrance to this subterranean city that he has written about several issues back.    “Here is what happened to me and you may judge for yourself. In 1931 my mother and I took up this section of land as a… Read More

Except from FOLKLORE OF ROMANTIC ARKANSAS

Fred W. Allsopp’s book “FOLKLORE OF ROMANTIC ARKANSAS”, contains the following interesting legend., on pp. 156-158:    “The famous Diamond cave, one of the wonders of Arkansas, is located in the Boston mountains, three miles southwest of Jasper, Newton County. Its interior has been explored and surveyed for only three miles, but it is supposed to extend into the mountain for more than 21 miles. A dazzling panorama of magnificent stalactites and stalagmites, as well as other natural phenomena, holds the visitor spellbound with wonder.    The legends connected with this great subterranean marvel are very interesting.    According to one of these, communicated to the Commercial-Appeal,… Read More

1948: AMAZING STORIES: Texas – New Mexico

The following paragraph can be found on pages 11-12 of Ira A. Cole’s book “THE GOLDEN ANTELOPE”:    “…Then there was the story stone Calf told me of the great caves somewhere on the Staked Plains of southwest Texas or southeastern New Mexico where the buffalo annually come out of the underworld in countless numbers to take up their trek to the north. Stone Calf never visited the great opening in the earth but had talked with Indians who had, and was confident he could go directly to the spot from the directions given him. He was sure the buffalo bred in great numbers in a… Read More

1947: AMAZING STORIES: Big Bend Area Underground

This next letter appeared on pages 171-172 of the October, 1947 issue of AMAZING STORIES:    “Sirs:  Norman Finley, a neighbor of a good friend of mine, told me about an experience he had which was rather unusual. He and a couple of other fellows were hunting down in the Big Bend country. I don’t know whether you are familiar with the Big Bend or not, but there is no more wild or desolate area in the country. Rugged, mountainous, cut by canyons, there are innumerable parts of it which have never known the foot of man.    “It was in one of the most desolate… Read More

1947: AMAZING STORIES: California Cave

The following letter was published in the March, 1947 issue of AMAZING STORIES magazine and can be found on pages 171-173 of that issue:    “…The writer is presently a writer for the Washington Times Harold, is a former World War II combat infantry officer and a holder of the Distinguished Service Cross.    “I can be checked upon at my paper or better, simply contacted there by your Washington office. I vouch for the following and will be glad to be of assistance for the hell and not the cash of it.    “I’ll tell you a story about a story about a cave and… Read More