Subterranean Bases

ARE YOU READY TO LEARN ABOUT THE THINGS THAT MOVE ABOUT BELOW YOUR FEET?

Earth’

Mysteries of the Inner Earth 4

David Pratt May 2001 Part 4 of 4 Part 4: Mythology, Paradise, and the Inner World 1. The Imperishable Sacred Land 2. Shambhala 3. A northern paradise 4. Inner kingdoms References 1. The Imperishable Sacred Land Theosophy teaches that a series of seven root-races or humanities will develop during the present fourth round of the earth’s evolution. The first humanity is said to have appeared in the mid-Paleozoic, about 150 million years ago (according to the theosophical timescale), and we are currently in the fifth. Each lives on its own ‘continent’, a word referring not only to the main continental area where the evolution of a… 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

Mysteries of the Inner Earth 1

David Pratt May 2001 Part 1 of 4 Contents Part 1: The Solid Earth Hypothesis 1. The standard earth model 2. Deep drilling springs surprises 3. Mass, density, and seismic velocity (09/05) 4. Deep earthquakes 5. Geomagnetism References 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 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 Part 4: Mythology, Paradise, and the Inner World 1. The Imperishable Sacred Land 2.… Read More

Was William Morgan ‘The Man’?

By Bruce Walton  Few Hollow Earth enthusiasts, I believe, are unfamiliar with the fascinating story of “I Am The Man”, as it appears on John Uri Lloyd’s book Etidorhpa.  The original manuscript was allegedly given to a Cincinnati man named Llewellyn Drury by a mysterious being who materialized in his room on a cold November night in the mid-1800s over 30 years before the volume was eventually published by a friend of his, John Uri Lloyd, also of Cincinnati. This strange being claimed to have formerly been a freemason who had, through some unusual encounter with destiny, undertook a remarkable journey into the center of the… 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

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 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