Subterranean Bases



Melting Antarctica Ice Reveals UFO Underwater Base

Planet Earth is undergoing major changes including Antarctica. Antarctica is home to glorious mountain ranges wrapped in glacial ice. If you at them long enough, you might start to notice a strange geometric pattern — some of the peaks are oddly, perfectly pyramid-shaped. This, if you belong to certain corners of the internet, can only mean one thing: aliens. Now, using Google Earth we found an area of open water surrounded by sea ice in which you can see a perfect circular structure below the Arctic water. This amazing structure is not something natural but an underwater base created by an alien race or a secret… Read More

According to the Macuxi Indians of the Amazon: There’s An Entire World Inside Our Planet

The Macuxi Indians knew about the existence of the Hollow Earth nearly one hundred years ago. But are their legends true or are they another incredible story of folklore? What if Jules Verne’s classic “Journey to the Center of the Earth” is actually true? And somewhere down there, an entire new world is waiting to be explored, a place where somehow, living beings inhabit the depths of our planet, a place that ancient cultures and civilizations knew existed, or still exists today. What if, it’s actually true? The Macuxi Indians are indigenous people who live in the Amazon, in countries such as Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela.… Read More

Mysteries of the Inner Earth 2

David Pratt May 2001 Part 2 of 4 Part 2: The Hollow Earth Hypothesis 1. Early theories 2. Modern theories 3. Hollow moons 4. Feasibility — I (06/04) 5. Feasibility — II (08/05) References 1. Early theories Since the scientific revolution, a small number of notable scientists have proposed the possibility of a hollow earth. One of the first was the famous English astronomer and mathematician, Sir Edmond Halley (1656-1742) [1]. He held that the earth had an outer crust, 500 miles thick, and a hollow interior containing three smaller spheres, one within the other, approximately the size of Venus, Mars, and Mercury, each sphere being… Read More


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

Theory into Fact: Gravity, Magnetic Poles & Ringing Bells

The father of The Hollow Earth Theory Marshall B. Gardner says:“In gravitational pull it is not the geometrical position that counts. Center, in the geometrical sense of the word, does not apply. It is the mass that attracts. And if the great mass of the earth is in its thick shell, it is the mass of that shell that will attract, and not a mere geometrical point, which is not in the shell, but 2900 miles away from it, as that is the approximate distance between the center sun, and the inner surface of the earth. As a matter of fact it is the equal distribution… Read More

Aurora Australis Marks The Southern Orifice

Readers – The following is a sped-up NASA film clip of the aurora australis. One thing that is unique about this clip is that it shows the aurora emanting from an orifice in the continent of Antarctica. This observation flies in the face of the accepted theory that the aurora is directly caused by the solar winds. We suggest that radiations from the Sun, including the solar winds, well up within the hollow portion of the Earth and are expelled at times, causing the auroral display at a certain altitude of friction. Clickable Link To NASA Clip   Perhaps the reader would like to familiarize him… Read More

The German grasping at the Antarctic

Part I: The Facts The history of German Antarctic research started at 1873 when Sir Edward Dolman on behalf of the newly founded German Society of Polar Research discovered new Antarctic routes with his ship “GRÖNLAND”. Dolman discovered the “Kaiser-Wilhelm-Inseln” at the western entrance of the Bismarck along the Biscoue Islands. Exploring the polar regions, the Germans were already at this time quite innovative, for the “GRÖNLAND” was the first steamship to see the Antarctic ice at all. Within the next 60 years 2 further expeditionary thrusts took place, and two complete expeditions were fulfilled, namely 1910 under Wilhem Filchner with his ship “DEUTSCHLAND” and 1925… Read More