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 Hollow Earth, Subterranean Civilizations, Agartha - Crystalinks
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.
In 1913, Marshall B. Gardner privately published Journey to the Earth's Interior in which he rejected the notion of concentric spheres but swore that inside the hollow earth was a sun 600 miles in diameter.
In an article entitled "The Hollow Earth: Myth or Reality" for Atlantis Rising, Brad Steiger writes of the legends of "the Old Ones," an ancient race that populated the surface world millions of years ago and then moved underground.
www.crystalinks.com /hollowearth.html   (2457 words)

  
 The UnMuseum - The Hollow Earth
Symmes was an ex-army officer and a business man. Symmes believed that the Earth was hollow and at the north and south poles there were entrances, 4,000 and 6,000 miles wide, respectively, that led to the interior.
In 1846 the discovery of an extinct woolly mammoth frozen in ice in Siberia was used by Marshall Gardner as evidence of a hollow earth.
In addition to this kind of a hollow-earth there may be a "hollow Mars." A mars rock discovered in the antarctic suggests that bacteria may have, and might continue to, exist underground on the red planet.
www.unmuseum.org /hollow.htm   (1156 words)

  
 Hollow Earth theories
Inverted Earth- there is another `Hollow Earth' theory that I do not cover here: the idea that WE live on the interior of a Hollow Earth.
His idea was the Earth was hollow with 4 inner shells each open at the poles.
Many people call this `Hollow Earth' but as I feel it is totally different from regular HE theories and more like Flat Earth ideas of a enclosed finite universe that I prefer to think of it separately with this term.
www.fiu.edu /~mizrachs/hollow-earth.html   (2879 words)

  
 Theosophy and the hollow earth
The interior of the Earth is not hollow.
The cave of the winds was the earth and the winds were the winds of the spirit, the circulations of the universe figurated as winds: a cave of which the north gate was made of horn through which the gods descend – and through which they ascend also, but mainly descend.
And the south gate of the earth, or of the cave of the winds, was made of ivory, signifying the elephants of the south, as the horn does the tusks of the animals of the north.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/dp5/hollow.htm   (9423 words)

  
 The Hollow Earth Theory, Alaska Science Forum
Several years ago, a group of "believers" informed a member of the Geophysical Institute staff that there was an opening to the center of the earth in the Alaska Range, and that this was an entry and exit point for flying saucers.
The crux of the hollow earth theory is that the earth is a shell with walls about 800 miles thick.
The hollow earth theory actually seems to have been originated in the early 1800s by John Symmes, an earnest American who devoted the greater part of his later life to convincing the world that the earth was formed by a series of concentric shells.
www.gi.alaska.edu /ScienceForum/ASF7/718.html   (564 words)

  
 Hollow-Earth Theories: A List of References: Science Reference Guides (Science Reference Services, Library of Congress)
Bernard, Raymond W. The hollow earth, the greatest geographical discovery in history made by Admiral Richard E. Byrd in the mysterious land beyond the poles--the true origin of the flying saucers.
A new theory setting forth that the earth is a hollow sphere containing an internal habitable and inhabited region.
Symmes, John C. The Symmes theory of concentric spheres, demonstrating that the earth is hollow, habitable within, and widely open about the poles.
www.loc.gov /rr/scitech/SciRefGuides/hollowearth.html   (903 words)

  
 Hollow Earth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
While the evidence for either hollow Earth theory is close to nil (although some folks claim to have proof in the form of photos), the story involving Nazis, war, and the romance of exploratory adventure sounds like the makings of a great Indiana Jones story.
In fact, it is! In the novel Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth by Max McCoy, Indy comes into the possession of a mysterious journal hinting at the existence of an underground civilization that he and the Nazis race to find.
Some believers in the hollow Earth theory hold that there are civilizations that lives there, warmed and lit by an interior sun.
strangegr.tripod.com /strangeandparanormalactivities/id36.html   (794 words)

  
 Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Hollow Earth traces this notion through the centuries and cultures, exploring how each era's relationship to the notion of a hollow earth reflected its particular hopes, fears, and values.
The Hollow Earth: The Narrative of Mason Algiers Reynolds of Virginia by Rudy Rucker
Here the Hollow Earth is given a true 19th-century American twist, with an insistence on Manifest Destiny requiring a habitable interior that must be colonized by the United States, along with an up-to-date use of electromagnetism to explain many phenomena, including how the Hollow Earth is held together in a complex electromagnetic matrix.
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 Xenophilia - Hollow Earth
The hollow earth view continues due to imaginative stories and a lack of science education.
We believe the Earth's crust is typically about 25 miles thick beneath continents, and 6 miles thick beneath the oceans (which are on average about 2.5 miles deep).
Imaging the inside of the earth with seismic waves is similar to imaging an unborn baby with ultrasound.
www.xenophilia.com /zb0008.htm   (1333 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Hollow Earth: Books: David Standish   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Halley's scientific start included speculation that would be taken to extremes by "hollow earthers", beginning with an original American thinker named John Cleves Symmes, who in 1818 broadcast to the world (starting with St. Louis) his circular in which he declared that the Earth was hollow, and that it was open at the poles.
Hollow Earth notions prove to be a dreadfully wrong-headed idea whose time has never come but still comes repeatedly in various forms.
Halley was so fascinated by his idea of a hollow earth that he had his last portrait made of him holding a picture of the concentric spheres which he believed made up the earth.
www.amazon.com /Hollow-Earth-David-Standish/dp/0306813734   (2861 words)

  
 Hollow Earth
In more recent times the theory of a hollow earth is generally believed to have been first investigated by an American writer, William Reed, in 1906 and subsequently by another American, Marshall B. Gardner, as previously mentioned.
In advance of the aforementioned two American hollow earth researchers, Campion wrote that the earth was hollow with entrances at both the north and south poles.
In support of the hollow earth theory an intriguing tale is recorded in a book entitled Belden, the White Chief; or, Twelve Years among the Wild Indians of the Plains, which was published in 1870 in the USA.
www.sacredconnections.co.uk /holyland/hollowearth.htm   (2044 words)

  
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Flat earth and hollow earth ideas are almost always associated with religious convictions, and their proponents have always been able to cite Biblical foundations for their ideas, whichever model they promote.
The planets are disks floating between the metallic layers of the earth's crust (in the rock shell that we walk upon).
The earth is surrounded by a hollow shell of rock, but the planets, sun and stars are all illusory images moving on this shell surface, like lantern-slide projections on a screen.
www.lhup.edu /~dsimanek/hollow/morrow.htm   (7021 words)

  
 History of the Hollow Earth Theory
Perhaps the earliest hollow Earth concept was proposed by Edmund Halley in 1692.
The hollow planet structure can explain many mysteries that have plagued us for centuries such as unusual Impact crater characteristics on terrestrial planets, the mysterious Red Spot on Jupiter and seismic wave data from earthquakes here on Earth.
In the past when the Earth was smaller centrifugal force from a much faster speed of rotation reduced the affects of gravity in equatorial regions.
www.hollowearththeory.com /articles/hollowEarthHistory.asp   (552 words)

  
 ZERO POINT SUBRISE - THE HOLLOW EARTH
As time went on, the improbability of a hollow earth became apparent to scientists and scholars, but the idea was taken up by writers of imaginative fiction.
The expedition was unsuccessful, but Symmes died with his idea intact, and a stone model of the hollow earth according to Symmes sits atop a memorial raised to him by his son at Hamilton, Ohio.
The sun was at the center of Teed's hollow earth and it was half light and half dark.
www.t0.or.at /subrise/hollow.htm   (1429 words)

  
 The Hollow Earth Theory - Serious scientific evidence supporting the theory that planets are naturally hollow.
The idea that planets are hollow has been around for a long time, but science is only just beginning to consider it worthy of genuine investigation.
Be sure to tune-in to hear some of our latest developments in the Expanding Hollow Earth theory including our work on the old 'Le Sage' particle theory of gravity and how this process naturally leads to the formation of a hollow planet.
Our hollow earth book The Land of No Horizon is now available to buy from this website through PayPal.
www.hollowearththeory.com   (296 words)

  
 Hollow Planets Seismology
If the Earth were an "ocean of molten lava" then it would actually be subject to tidal pressures and the continents would be broken to pieces as the earth rotated.
Supposing the Earth really is hollow, it would then follow that the paths of waves differ in reality from what scientific theory supposes.
In other words, it postulates that the Earth is homogenous, and a resultant analysis of seismic wave speeds along the paths postulated should then prove that indeed the Earth is homogenous.
www.hollowplanets.com /journal/seismic01.asp   (3285 words)

  
 Index
It was centrifugal force that sculpted the Earth, and all the planets.
What hollow earth proponents are saying is that the same force which sculpted the outer shape of the planets, that centrifugal force, would have had to have opened up a cavity within the planets, too.
The magnetic fields touch the poles and the Earth serves as a conductor to close the circuit.
www.holloworbs.com   (407 words)

  
 Welcome to the ISCE: Home of Hollow Earth Research
UFO followers believe that the hollow earth is the source for spacecrafts, that UFO's are flying out of the earth, landing and using the inner earth as an airport.
Others believe that the future salvation of the earth rests with a population of super beings who inhabit the center of the earth which is warmed by an inner sun.
If you knew for certain that the earth is hollow and is peopled by a superior strain of beings that are thousands of years advanced in technology and reside in an environment that supports life far beyond that of human beings, would such a fact change your life and world in which you live?
www.hollow-earth.org /welcome.html   (715 words)

  
 Reptilian Watch - Reptilians and Hollow Earth Theory
Little did I know that these books were inspired by an early proponent of hollow earth theory in the beginning of the 1800s.
Seeing as how so many commonly accepted beliefs are later proven to be false, hollow earth theory could be the modern equivalent of the previous century’s heliocentric theory.
Furthermore, he says “If you had one of these fl holes on the surface of the earth, there would be no way to stop it from falling through the floor to the center of the earth.
www.bedoper.com /reptilian/reptilian_hollow_earth.htm   (1301 words)

  
 Hollow Earth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Although the inner surface of the Earth has an absolutely smaller area than the outer, Burroughs's Pellucidar has oceans on the outer surface corresponding to continents on the inner surface and vice-versa, and therefore the inner world actually has a greater total land area than the outer.
There is an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation called "Relics" which features a structure called a Dyson Sphere, an artificial hollow earth constructed around a star.
An allied theory regarded The Moon as being hollow, with the interior having a breathable atmosphere - which allowed various SF writers to postulate Lunar life, including intelligent life, despite scientific observation that the Lunar surface is airless.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hollow_Earth   (3307 words)

  
 Alienshift, MARS, Alternative 3, UFO, Alien, Pole Shift, Time Travel
At the center of the earth is not a molten core but an inner sun which is six hundred miles wide and is 2900 miles from the Inner Surfaces.
There is supposedly land masses and water bodies that exist on the Inner Earth, the same as the outer surface except the vibration and energy in the Inner Earth is more pure and of a higher vibrational frequency (some say a 4th dimensional frequency).
It is purported that when the Admiral went to explore the North Pole that he actually entered into the Inner Earth at the opening at this pole.
www.alienshift.com /id52.html   (1793 words)

  
 hollow earth proven by apollo 16 space pictures of earth provided by burlington ufo center of burlington wisconsin
hollow earth proven by apollo 16 space pictures of earth provided by burlington ufo center of burlington wisconsin
It is located on west side of Greenland, and goes up around Ellesmere Island, and out over the pack ice in a northwest direction towards the land he claimed exists in the "Unexplored Area." That is the same area I have estimate the North Polar Opening is located.
Jan Lamprecht has a map on page 193 of his book, HOLLOW PLANETS, showing the location and directions of sightings of mirages of anomalous lands in the arctic, which are not found on any current day maps.
www.burlingtonnews.net /hollowearth.html   (1225 words)

  
 Journeys into the Hollow Earth
THE HOLLOW EARTH: A MADDENING THEORY THAT CAN'T BE DISPROVED - Is there any way to prove we *aren't* inside a hollow earth?
The Hollow Earth - Scientists to date have penetrated only a few miles inside the earth, and what lies further down they know nothing about, depending only on conjectures, guesses and suppositions.
HOLLOW EARTH RESEARCH DATA - Journey to the Earth's Interior
www.think-aboutit.com /hollow.htm   (252 words)

  
 The Hollow Earth Insider :: Dennis Crenshaw's Official Homepage
This Report does not address the existence of a hollow globe with entrances at both ends.  Nor will we be looking for proof that Admiral Richard E. Byrd discovered or explored unknown lands in the interior of our...
He Comes From Beyond the Pole An Editorial By Dennis Crenshaw Those who know me personally are well aware of my annual exclamation of ¡§Bah Humbug¡¨ when it comes to the silly season when the Christian Coalition seeks to move the birth of Jesus Christ from mid-summer to the dead of winter.
It could have been if Nikola Tesla had had his way.   Who was Tesla?  You probably know because you’re reading The Hollow Earth Insider.  But for those who don’t, he was the inventor and genius who blaster the path that electrical development has followed and continues to follow until this day.
www.thehollowearthinsider.com /news/index.php   (854 words)

  
 UFO Area Hollow Earth
The most ancient religious texts speak of a separate world situated underneath the Earth's crust which was supposed to be the dwelling place of departed spirits"...
Captain John Cleves Symmes (1779-1829) believed that the earth's interior was hollow, containing another four hollow, concentric spheres, with space between each, and habitable on both their concave and convex surfaces...
The belief that the Earth is hollow can be traced back for centuries.
www.ufoarea.com /main_hollow.html   (1293 words)

  
 The Hollow Earth - Fact or Fiction
She has been fascinated with the Hollow Earth for a long time.
The Hollow Earth represents another important factor for us to consider as we unravel the mysteries surrounding the transformation of our world and the UFOs.
If as Admiral Byrd states is correct and the Inner Earth people are more evolved then ourselves, then there is a great deal they can teach us as we attempt to create paradise on the outer surface.
www.v-j-enterprises.com /holearth.html   (1284 words)

  
 hollow earth
The hollow Earth theory holds that Earth is not a solid sphere but is hollow and has openings at the poles.
Edgar Allan Poe used the theme of the hollow earth in The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket (1838).
Finally, Diane Robbins has seen the light and claims that ADAMA receives telepathic messages from Telos, a city beneath Mt. Shasta in northern California, which are channeled by Lailel and provide all kinds of wonderful messages about perpetual peace and prosperity.
skepdic.com /hollowearth.html   (938 words)

  
 Crank Dot Net | hollow Earth
"This proposed expedition would like to conduct some scientific observations in the Arctic that is hoped will resolve once and for all whether the hollow earth theory has any validity.
Observations of several Arctic explorers of mirages of land in the Arctic indicate that the most plausible location for a north polar opening that leads into the interior of the earth is located at 84.4 N Latitude, 141 E Longitude.
"Unlike other conspiracy theories, such as Hollow earth, Men In Black, cattle mutilation, UFO, Reich and Tesla or what have you, the INCUNABULA Theory harmonizes with genuine frontier quantum mechanics and chaos mathematics, and does not depend on any quack nostrums, psuedoscience or ESP for proof.
www.crank.net /hollow.html   (294 words)

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