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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

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

A Guide to the Inner Earth: S to U

**** S ****   Sachs, Margaret – THE UFO ENCYCLOPEDIA., Perigee Books., pp. 147-148: A section titled HOLLOW EARTH HYPOTHESIS presents a history and basic description of the ‘Hollow Earth’ theory.   Sanderson, Ivan T. – INVISIBLE RESIDENTS., Avon Books., New York, NY: Underwater civilizations of scientifically advanced beings who live beneath the surface of the oceans, and findings to support their existence.   Sergeant, Winthrop – THROUGH THE INTERSTELLAR LOOKING GLASS., Article in LIFE magazine., May 21, 1951: References to the ‘Shaver Mystery’.   Sauders, Alex. (Also see: Wentworth, James – pseud.)    — HAUNTED CAVES., Article in SEARCH magazine., Oct. 1961: The legend of Buck… Read More

A Guide to the Inner Earth: P to R

**** P ****   Paget, Walburga L. – COLLOQUIES WITH AN UNSEEN FRIEND., William Rider & Son., London., 1909., p. 36: Buried Cities beneath the ‘Great Desert’ where descendants of Atlantis allegedly live to this day, along with prehistoric flora & fauna, a land which will be discovered by surface dwellers in the 21st century according to prophecy, when the “air ships and Rontgen rays are made practically useful for exploration purposes.”   Painter, Roger – THE BROWN MOUNTAIN LIGHTS., Article in SEARCH magazine., July 1968., pp. 50-58: Describes incidents of mysterious lights emerging from Brown Mountain, 12 miles east of Highway 181 near Jones Ridge,… Read More

North Pole Underground Bases

North Pole Underground Bases NORTH POLE Functions: A Regulator of Communication with other Bases Levels: Unknown Tunnels to: Unknown Notes: Related articles New Madrid Fault Line – Whose Waking the Monster? Intuition UFO Contact from the Pleiades – Chapter 5b Strange Electromagnetic Dimensions: The Science of the Unexplainable At Least 4 Known Alien Species Have Been Visiting Earth For Thousands Of Years Santa Threatens To Cancel Christmas With A Creepy Global Warming Video Aimed At Kids Hopi Prophecy

The Hollow Earth

by R. Bernard, showing the true nature of our world. For a long time I have been intrigued by the concept of the Hollow Earth. I remember reading Raymond Bernard’s book on the subject ( The Hollow Earth – 1979 ) in the mid 1980’s and felt a strong affinity for the whole idea. Next, I read a strange book called “Etidorhpa” by John Uri Llyod written in the late 1890’s about a person who traveled from the Outer Surface to the Inner Surface of the Earth and carrying when he arrived at the center of the Earth crust. But before I lose our readers, let… Read More

Symmes’ Hole near the North Pole.

Alaska Science Forum June 3, 1985The Hollow Earth Theory Article #718 by Larry Gedney This article is provided as a public service by the Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, in cooperation with the UAF research community. Larry Gedney is a seismologist at the Institute. Illustration from the October 1882 issue of Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, showing the appearance of Symmes’ Hole near the North Pole. One can never be sure just how serious they are about it, but there does exist a group of people who call themselves the “Flat-Earth Society” (remember the news item about the old gentleman who was invited to Cape Kennedy… Read More