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su30mki117
20 Mar 06,, 09:03
In the late 17th century, British astronomer Edmund Halley proposed that Earth consists of four concentric spheres and "also suggested that the interior of the Earth was populated with life and lit by a luminous atmosphere. He thought the aurora borealis, or northern lights, was caused by the escape of this gas through a thin crust at the poles."

Admiral Richard E. Byrd of the United States Navy flew to the North Pole in 1926 and over the South Pole in 1929.

In his diary, he tells of entering the hollow interior of the earth, along with others and traveling 17 miles over mountains, lakes, rivers, green vegetation, and animal life. He tells of seeing tremendous animals --resembling the mammoths of antiquity moving --through the brush. He eventually found cities and a thriving civilization. The external temperature was 74 degress F.

His airplane was greeted by flying machines of a type he had never seen before. They escorted him to a safe landing area where he was graciously greeted by emissaries from Agartha. After resting, he and his crew, were taken to meet the king and queen of Agartha. They told him that he had been allowed to enter Agartha because of his high moral and ethical character. They went on to say that they worried about the safety of planet due to he bombs and other testing done above the surface by goverments. After the visit Byrd and his crew were guided back to the surface of the planet.

In January of 1956 Admiral Byrd led an expedition to the South Pole. On that expedition he and his crew penetrated down 2,300 miles into the center of the earth. Admiral Byrd stated that the North and South Poles are only two of many openings into the center of the Earth. He wrote about seeing a sun below the Earth.

- The Hollow Earth - Dr. Raymond Bernard tells stories about people who have entered the inner earth and what has happened to them. It mentions a photograph published in 1960 in the Globe and Mail in Toronto, Canada which shows a beautiful valley with lush hills. An aviator claimed that he had taken the picture while flying into the North Pole.

Bernard also authored Flying Saucers from the Earth's Interior. His real name was Walter Seigmeister. In his Letters from Nowhere, Bernard claims to have been in contact with great mystics in secret ashrams and with Grand Lamas in Tibet. He was, in short, another Gurdjieff. Dr. Bernard "died of pneumonia on September 10, 1965, while searching the tunnel openings to the interior of the Earth, in South America." Bernard seems to have accepted every legend ever associated with the hollow Earth idea, including the notions that the Eskimos originated within the Earth and an advanced civilization dwells within even now, revving up their UFOs for occasional forays into thin air. Bernard even accepts without question Shaver's claim that he learned the secret of relativity before Einstein from the Hollow Earth people.

Admiral Byrd actually referred to Antarctica as "The Land of Everlasting Mystery". He once wrote: "I'd like to see that land beyond the (North) Pole. That area beyond the Pole is the Center of the Great Unknown."

There is allegedly a civilization of people living in the center of the Earth in a place called Agartha.

Agartha is one of the most common names cited for the society of underground dwellers Agharta, its capital city, Shambalah. The source for this information is The Smoky God the biography of a Norwegian sailor named Olaf Jansen. Agartha - Secrets of the Subterranean Cities by Willis Emerson, explains how Jansen's sloop sailed through an entrance to the Earth's interior at the North Pole. For two years he lived with the inhabitants of the Agharta network of colonies who, Emerson writes, were a full 12 feet tall and whose world was lit by a "smoky" central sun. Shamballa the Lesser, one of the colonies, was also the seat of government for the network. While Shamballa the Lesser is an inner continent, its satellite colonies are smaller enclosed ecosystems located just beneath the Earth' s crust or discreetly within mountains."

The many cataclysms and wars taking place on the surface drove these people underground, according to Secrets: Consider the lengthy Atlantean-Lemurian war and the power of thermonuclear weaponry that eventually sank and destroyed these two highly advanced civilizations. The Sahara, the Gobi, the Australian Outback and the deserts of the U.S. are but a few examples of the devastation that resulted. The sub-cities were created as refuges for the people and as safe havens for sacred records, teachings and technologies that were cherished by these ancient cultures.

Alleged entrances to Agartha: Some are planetary grid points - indwells and outwells of energy.

- Kentucky Mommoth Cave, in south-central Kentucky, US.
- Manaus, Brazil
- Mato Grosso, Brazil - City of Posid
- Igua Falls, border or Brazil and Argentina
- Mount Epomeo, Italy
- Himalayan Mountains, Tibet - the entrance to the underground city of Shonshe is allegedly guarded by Hindu monks
- Mongolia - the underground city of Shingwa allegedly exists beneath the border of Mongolia and China
- Rama, India - beneath this surface city is a long lost subterranean city, they say, also named Rama
- Great Pyramid of Giza
- King Solomon's Mines
- North and South Poles
- Mount Shasta, California - the Agharthean city of Telos allegedly exists within and beneath this mountain
- Dero Caves - Atlantean link.

So guys do you think this is true???

dalem
20 Mar 06,, 10:26
So guys do you think this is true???

No. No sane person would give it a moment's thought.

-dale

-{SpoonmaN}-
20 Mar 06,, 13:15
I'm just going to assume this is a joke.

RustyBattleship
20 Mar 06,, 18:46
I think Buster Crabbe made a movie of that with one of his Flash Gordon serials.

No, it was George Reeves in his first Superman movie.

No, wait, I remember now. It was Gene Autry in "The Phantom Empire".

Jules Verne "Journey to the Center of the Earth" with Pat Boone, James Mason and Deborah Kerr?

HistoricalDavid
20 Mar 06,, 19:22
The Agartha don't live there, but I bet an army of Delta Force penguins do.

gunnut
20 Mar 06,, 22:27
I believe it.

I also belive Capt...wait, Admiral Kirk visited Earth in 1967 and again in 1986.

-{SpoonmaN}-
26 Mar 06,, 09:49
I believe it.

I also belive Capt...wait, Admiral Kirk visited Earth in 1967 and again in 1986.

You're so right. Watch out for the Borg in about 60 years.
And when is the Battlestar Galactica going to show up?

Confed999
28 Mar 06,, 05:26
And when is the Battlestar Galactica going to show up?
They were the ones with the flying motorcycles back in the 80's. They got their info, and assimilated into the population. Their ships were hidden on Mars, and occasionally their self-defence systems blow a probe out of the sky. ;)

-{SpoonmaN}-
28 Mar 06,, 07:16
They were the ones with the flying motorcycles back in the 80's. They got their info, and assimilated into the population. Their ships were hidden on Mars, and occasionally their self-defence systems blow a probe out of the sky. ;)

Hey maybe that's where Reagan was getting his star-wars technology from.
Why don't they let us tackle the Cylons? Humanity would do well out of having a common enemy, especially one as stupid and pissy as the Cylons in the orginal series. Maybe not the new Cylons though, they're a bit too hardcore for my taste.

Confed999
29 Mar 06,, 03:06
Hey maybe that's where Reagan was getting his star-wars technology from.
Why don't they let us tackle the Cylons? Humanity would do well out of having a common enemy, especially one as stupid and pissy as the Cylons in the orginal series. Maybe not the new Cylons though, they're a bit too hardcore for my taste.
After the personel left the Galactica, the ship's engines were imploded near the Cylon ships in pursuit. All were lost. We'll have to wait for them to find us again. ;)

Bill
29 Mar 06,, 19:16
The Agartha don't live there, but I bet an army of Delta Force penguins do.

Those little bastahds really get around... :biggrin:

Bill
29 Mar 06,, 19:17
And when is the Battlestar Galactica going to show up?

It was already here once.

1980. :rolleyes:

HistoricalDavid
29 Mar 06,, 19:20
Those little bastahds really get around... :biggrin:

They're all armed with a second-hand L85A1.

Which means they're near-to-harmless. :)

Aw cutey little Pingu!