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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 (Video)

The Macuxi Indians are indigenous people who live in the Amazon forest in South America.   According to their ancestral legends, they are descendants of the children of the sun, the creator of Fire and disease and they are the protectors of the “Hollow Earth.” Their oral legends speak of an entrance into Earth.   Until the year 1907, the Macuxies would enter a cavern, and travel from 13 to 15 days until they reached the interior of the Earth.    According to the Macuxies they were given the task to be the guardians of the entrance and to keep strangers from entering the “Hollow Earth.”… Read More

Humanity’s Dark Fascination With the Hollow Earth

Few of the great fears held by humankind in our path to modernity would rival that of our long dread for the darkness. Fortunately, with the daily cycle of the Earth’s rotation, we are only bathed in that blackness for a few hours at a time. Hence, over the long course of its evolution, humanity has worked mostly by the waking hours, having learned to hide ourselves away as the light recedes, and take our rest during the hours where dangers of the dark become most prevalent. However, there are places where the darkness may linger indefinitely. Despite the grottos and caves that have served as… 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

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

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

1954: GATE TO THE UNKNOWN

The following account appeared on page 52 of the Nov. 1954 issue of FATE magazine. “In March, 1954, a French Jesuit priest in Sorata, Bolivia, told a strange story of an exploring trip he had made in the cavern of San Pedro on 20,000 foot Mount Illampu of the Andes chain. “The cavern must be entered on all fours through a narrow passage which widens after a few yards and leads into an immense cavern filled with stalagmites and stalactites. At one end of the cavern is a subterranean lake. “The French priest claimed to be the first person to cross to the far end of the lake. After several hours of rowing a… 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