Subterranean Bases

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

Raymond Bernard’

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

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

Ancient and Hollow Astronauts

The world has always had its secret places. As mankind spread out from its ancient home on the plains of Africa, there was always something wonderful — or fearful — over the next hill, the next mountain, or across the sea. By the nineteenth century the outlines of all the continents were known, and the interiors were steadily being explored. But as the Earth became more and more known, the desire for secret places did not lessen. Speculations about the supposed lost continents of Atlantis and Lemuria became popular fads in the nineteenth century. Most of these efforts can be traced to the work of one… Read More

1960: I Found Shaver’s Caves!

From: “SEARCH” Magazine – March 1960 I FOUND SHAVER’S CAVES! By “The Inca”(Name withheld for reasons this account makes obvious.) Joinville, Santa Catarina, Brazil c/o postal Box 485 THE EDITOR’S OF “SEARCH” PRESENT HERE A STRANGE MANUSCRIPT, OR RATHER, A LETTER, RECEIVED BY US FROM A MAN WHO CLAIMS TO BE A DESCENDANT OF THE INCAS.  ALTHOUGH HE SIGNED HIS NAME, HE HAS ASKED US TO WITHHOLD IT FOR REASONS OF SAFETY FOR HIMSELF AND HIS FAMILY.  WE PRESENT HIS INFORMATION WITH NO COMMENT OTHER THAN THAT IT IS PRESENTED AS RECEIVED. WITHOUT ACTUALLY ACCEPTING THE INVITATION OF THE INCA TO GO TO THESE CAVERNS WITH HIM, NOTHING… Read More