Subterranean Bases



Mysteries of the Inner Earth 3

David Pratt May 2001 Part 3 of 4 Part 3: Polar Puzzles     1. The open polar sea 2. The north pole controversy 3. Polar land coverup? 4. Flights of fancy 5. Auroras and the poles References 1. The open polar sea Many 19th-century explorers believed that beyond the belt of pack ice at the perimeter of the Arctic Ocean there was an open polar sea, and possibly continental land as well. The idea of an open polar sea took a long time to dispel, but we now know that there is no iceless ocean beyond 80°N. However, polynyas, temporary areas of ice-free water, occur in both… Read More

North Pole Underground

North Pole Underground Location: North Pole Functions: A Regulator of Communication with other Bases Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: Source: Related articles Intuition Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions: The Science of the Unexplainable At Least 4 Known Alien Species Have Been Visiting Earth For Thousands Of Years Hopi Prophecy 5 Alien Species Constantly Visiting Earth World Exposed – Searching for the Truth Are quantum computers proof of multiple universes? – The Reality Files

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

Icebergs from the Inner Earth

On the existence of ice in the Arctic basin– Dr. Nansen spent two and one half years in the Arctic, and concluded that the ice there did not build-up or freeze there. The Arctic is one and a half times the size of the USA, and over most of the area there is an accumulation of several meters of pack ice and icebergs. This accumulation begs explanation, even considering that there are open polar seas on the Siberian side near the opening, above the New Siberian Islands. There are even vast layers of fresh water that just sits on the surface above the salty water, several… 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

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

The Cook Society & Hollow Planets

by Jan Lamprecht   The Polar Regions have long featured as a core part of the Hollow Earth theory. Probably the most detailed study of this aspect was done by two prominent Hollow Earthers in the early 1900’s: Gardner & Reed.   When I wrote my book, HOLLOW PLANETS, it was obvious that there errors with the old ideas of gigantic polar holes. For a long time I concerned myself with seismology, geology, astronomy and meteorology.   But I always felt that at some point I would have to address the polar problem. It was not easy to do. Eventually I tackled the problem. I… Read More