Subterranean Bases

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The Inner-Earth Origin of the Flying Saucers

The conception of a hollow earth presented in this book offers the most reasonable theory of the origin of the flying saucers and far more logical than the belief in their interplanetary origin. by Dr. R. W. Bernard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. For this reason, leading flying saucer experts, as Ray Palmer, editor of “Flying Saucers” magazine, and Gray Barker, a well known writer on flying saucers, have accepted the theory of their subterranean origin as against the idea that they come from other planets. The theory that flying saucers came from the Earth’s interior and not from other planets originated in Brazil and only later was… Read More

Hollow Earth Theory Video

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Project Superman 5

He has this little gauge and when I squeeze the hand grip I break it. After he ran all of his tests, then it was Dr. Purrizzoís turn. He makes me act like a monkey and try and lick myself.I remember jumping around the room stretching like a monkey and feeling very stupid as they laughed at me. Then he makes me act like a chicken and does many other things to humiliate me. This goes on for hours. Finally, the women who are in the room tell the men to get out because they now want to have “their” fun with me.The women with the… Read More

Brazil’s Underground Bases

Brazil‘s Underground Bases BAHIA,  BRAZIL Functions: Unknown Levels:Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: The mysteries of the longest “official” cave discovered – in the southern hemisphere. Source: Conceicao, Brazil Functions: Unknown Levels:Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: An old man living near Concepcion told how he had visited a vast underground city where strange vehicles darted back and forth. Source: Iguazu Falls, Border of Brazil and Argentina Functions: Unknown Levels:Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:  Source: JOINVILLE – SANTA CATARINA, BRAZIL Functions: Unknown Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes:  Several years ago a man calling himself “The Inca” (reportedly descended from that race), sent a message to Dr. Raymond Bernard telling how he had discovered a shaft on the top of a small mountain in the area that… Read More

The Subterranean Origin of the Flying Saucers

Below is an excerpt from the seventh chapter of The Hollow Earth, first published in 1969, by Dr. Raymond Bernard, which is said to be a pen name. The conception of a hollow earth presented in this book offers the most reasonable theory of the origin of the flying saucers and is far more logical than the belief in their interplanetary origin. For this reason, leading flying saucer experts, as Ray Palmer, editor of “Flying Saucers” magazine, and Gray Barker, a well known writer on flying saucers, have accepted the theory of their subterranean origin as against the idea that they come from other planets. The… Read More

Is Earth’s Inner Sun the missing Twelfth Planet?

Earth’s inner red sun rising through one of the polar openings. If you thought the hollow earth was a shocker, you’re in for an even greater shock; Earth’s reddish inner central sun is also hollow and inhabited within and without! Does this make it a planet? Perhaps our twelfth planet? If so, where does this put Nibiru or Planet X? There is every indication that the once great planet Nibiru, Maldek, or Planet X, was blown up causing the inner and outer asteroid belts. The remaining spiritual core of this planet, along with its astral inhabitants may have wandered to and possessed our planet Earth! If… Read More

Hollow Earth Cities

Recently, America watched Stephen Spielberg’s TV pilot, a remake of Verne’ s “Journey to the Center of the Earth.” A maverick team of scientists aboard their melt-proof ship enter the inner Earth through a bubbling volcano. When things cool off, they find themselves exploring a vast and sunny inner landscape . . . a magical and inviting world with ample room to fly. Their adventure resembles the real life account of a Norwegian sailor named Olaf Jansen. His story, set in the 1800s, is told in Willis Emerson’s biography entitled “The Smoky God.” Olaf’s little sloop drifted so far north by storm that he actually sailed… Read More