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Hollow Earth source of Alien activity?

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posted on Jan, 29 2005 @ 06:57 PM
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Well

Over the last 50 years or so most of what we thought we knew turns out to be incorrect,so as for the center of the earth i would have to say simply
We don't really know for sure we can speculate you know like - we have the 3 states of matter Solid/Liquid/Gas (Thats what they taught me in school) and now there are what 6 or 7 states of matter (feel free to correct me)

As for Aliens under ground can you really blame them its not that pretty on the surface -




posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 12:37 AM
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Indigo do you have snippets of translated sanskrit you could post here? I am not questioning the validity of what you're saying im just wondering about alternative ways of interpreting it.

All planets are powered by a central sun. Perhaps they meant all planets within a solar system have a central sun (a star in the center of the solar system) which they are powered by (and by powered they mean given light)?

Despite that opposition i'm an advocate for the hollow earth theory...at least to an extent.

I find it very interesting that there is an underground theme in almost all the worlds cultures.


[edit on 063131p://29u36 by Lucid Lunacy]


Hey, Lucid! How are you doing. It's been a long time since you last posted.

Anyway here is what you orderd:


NAGA

A serpent. A sect of Indian sages roaming naked; they are believed to have acquired occult attainments due to their severe penance. Nagas are also fabulous dragons with a human face and the body of a serpent. They are said to dwell in Patala Loka (q.v.) and are custodians of esoteric wisdom. Ancient sages with spiritual wisdom were also known as Nagas.

NAGALOKA

Patala (q.v.). The realm where the Naga serpents dwell.

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Sanskrit Naga (“serpent”), in Hindu and Buddhist mythology, a member of a class of semidivine beings, half human and half serpentine. They are considered to be a strong, handsome race who can assume either human or wholly serpentine form. They are regarded as being potentially dangerous but in some ways are superior to humans. They live in an underground kingdom called Naga-loka, or Patala-loka, …

Source: www.britannica.com...



NAGAS
Nagas are human from waist up and snakes from waist down, although they are often shown with hooded canopies or seven or more heads. Both sexes are greatly beautiful, and several royal families in India were able to claim descent from them, one of their kings married a nagi (a female naga) in the past. They are in many ways superior to man, and are potentially dangerous, but have promised only to bite humans who are truly evil or destinied to die prematurely. Originally, they inhabited the surface of the earth, but they grew too populous and Brahma sent them to the nether regions, where they now live in a great city filled with palaces beautifully ornamented with gems, called Naga loka, Patala loka or Bhogavati. Their tribal chief is Taksaka, and his birthday is still celebrated in India today as a Hindu holiday. Nagas are associated with water, and can be guardians of treasure. However, Buddhists regard them as minor deities and door guardians.

Source: sunflower.singnet.com.sg...





Vedic Hymn to Rahu

'Rahu is snake shaped, born of a lioness and a devourer of the Sun and the Moon'

Rahu is the head part of the celestial snake. This hymn refers to Rahu being snake shaped. The snakes are given great importance in Vedic mythology. Lord Shiva has a snake around his neck, Lord Vishnu's throne was Shesh Naga - the Eternal Serpent. Shesh Naga represents the cycles of time and space which the seed of cosmic creation. The Nagas are shaped like snakes but stand tall. The Nagas are highly evolved beings. They are wise, but their wisdom can be used for both good and bad. The Naga sheds his skin, this symbolises transformation,re-birth. The snakes in Vedic literature remind people of their mortality.

The 'devouring of the Sun and Moon' are when Rahu eclipses the luminaries. This shows the important part Rahu has to play in changing the course of our life. The Sun and Moon are Royal planets under whose dictates the universe and life on earth revolves. But Rahu can darken this light, therefore it controls the process of life. The Sun is the Soul and Moon the Mind, when they are eclipsed, they go through regeneration, transformation and death.

There are many Myths and legends attached to Rahu Ketu. The most well known one is of Rahu Ketu as the Naga Vasuki- the ruler of the Patala Loka (the nether regions of the earth). Nagas in Vedic literature are not ordinary snakes but Serpents with much hidden knowledge and wisdom. There was a great war between the gods and the demons for the control of the universe and at the centre of it was the ocean which was being churned to find the hidden treasures and the Amrita- the nectar of immortality. Vasuki helped the gods in their mission. He was the rope tied around the spiritual mountain Mandara, which was the rod, used by the gods to churn the ocean.

When the Amrita was found the gods wanted to keep it for themselves as they felt that the demons would use it for the wrong purpose. Vasuki being a demon, his instincts were for personal glorification and materialistic happiness rather than universal good. (Sacrificing self for others is considered the godly impulse). Vasuki, was more intelligent than the other demons, he was not willing to be distracted by the gods. He drank the nectar of immortality secretly. The Sun and the Moon complained to Lord Vishnu, the creator of the Universe, who was very angry at this deception. In anger he threw the Sudharshan Chakra at Vasuki and cut him into two. Vasuki had drunk the Amrita and was immortal, therefore could not be killed. He remained in the skies as Rahu(the head)Ketu (the lower half), a permanent reminder to the other planets(gods) of the darker side of life which we have to defeat in the pursuit of immortality.

Rahu Ketu are considered great enemies of the Sun and the Moon because they told Lord Vishnu about them. They symbolically swallow the two luminaries during the eclipses. Their capacity to darken the Sun and the Moon make Rahu Ketu the most powerful influences in the Zodiac. The Sun around whom the other planets and the solar system revolves, the Moon which controls life on earth, are obscured by Rahu Ketu during eclipses. Rahu Ketu represent Cosmic Law which everyone including the Sun and the Moon have to obey.

This allegory has to be understood as life. The Gods without the help of Vasuki (Rahu Ketu) could not find the secret of immortality. In the same way we as humans cannot find our higher selves without understanding the lessons of Rahu and Ketu. They represent the darker side of our nature which we need to overcome. Our inner emotions are like the ocean being churned. Within this ocean lie a number of treasures as well as poisons and nasty things. We have learn to recognise the precious from the dross and finally find Amrita- the secret of immortality or true happiness. The conflict between our attachment to materialistic achievements (this gives us momentary happiness which is a fantasy as it has no real basis, the domain of Rahu) and liberation of the soul, finding bliss and tranquillity which is eternal and everlasting (Ketu is the Moksha karaka significator for spiritual realisation). The gods needed the help of Vasuki in the Amrita manthan and in the same way we need the knowledge provided by the wise nodes to give direction.

Source: www.komilla.com...




NAGA A snake, especially the cobra-capella. A mythical semi-divine being, having a human face with the tail of a serpent, and the expanded neck of the cobra. The race of Nagas is said to be a thousand in number, and to have sprung from Kadru, the wife of Kasyapa, for the purpose of peopling patala, or the regions below the earth, where they reign in great splendour. From the name of their mother they are called Kadraveyas. Their mother is sometimes called Su-rasa. This dominion was taken from them by the Gandharvas, but they recovered it through their sister, the Narmada river, who induced Vishnu to send Pratardana to their assistance. Their females were handsome, and some of them intermarried with men, as Ulupi with Arjuna.

The Nagas, or a people bearing the same name, are historical, and have left many traces behind them. There were mountains so called, and Naga-dwipa was one of the seven divisions of Bharata-varsha. Kings of this race reigned at Mathura, Padmavati, &c., and the name survive in the modern Nagpur. There are various speculations as to who and what they were, but it seems clear they were a race distinct from the Hindus. The mythological accounts are probably based upon the historical, but they have been mixed up together and confused. The favourite theory is that they were a Scythic race, and probably obtained their name from worshipping serpents or holding them in awe and reverence.

NAGA-LOKA Patala, the residence of the Nagas.

Source: www.mypurohith.com...


Further reading:

www.vnn.org...
www.holloworbs.com...
www.galactic-server.com...

As for the sun powering the planet. I am pretty sure I did read it in an online vedic text. However, I have been able to trace a researcher mentioning it:


All planets prior to their formation are part of their parent stars, like the nine planets of our solar system were part of the Sun. After parting from the Sun, it took millions of years for our Earth to cool and become solid. The Earth is hollow inside, with a tiny white-dwarf "sun" at its center. Most of the other planets in this universe are hollow inside. And most of the planets are inhabited too, because the basic purpose of planets is to support life – as that of stars is to support planets. On a planet, both the outside surface and the inside surface, or any one of them, could be suitable for life. For our Earth, both the surfaces support life – in fact, the "inside world" (referred to as Pataal Loka in Hindu scriptures) is more suitable for life as is protected from outside natural calamities
Source: www.world-mysteries.com...


This probably true, especially considering nearly every culture, religion and even some credible witnesses today talk about it. Take note of what the Purans say, at the time of "Kalki" the Nagas will reinhabit the planet and start vedic culture all over again. With all this talk of the Reptillians NWO, it sounds like it's happening!

However, the vedas describe them as positive, not negative. Maybe we have misconceptions about Reptillians, however,they did say they are potentially dangerous too and can kill anyone who mistreats them or ventures into their land. I recall a story in the Mahabharata where Bhima is poisoned by Duroyodhna, they were children at this age, and he was then thrown into a river and he fell into Naga Loka, where the snake beings tried to kill him, but then the king of their kingdom realized the kid was from his own family of interbred humans and then gave him a special potion that gave him superhuman strength and sent him back to land.

Also note how a lot of this fits what Lacerta said. Then again that could just be Larry with good research


[edit on 30-1-2005 by Indigo_Child]



posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 01:09 AM
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Thanks for all the info Indigo.



Originally posted by Indigo

However, the vedas describe them as positive, not negative. Maybe we have misconceptions about Reptillians, however,they did say they are potentially dangerous too and can kill anyone who mistreats them or ventures into their land.


It would make sense that all Reptillians are not of 'evil' nature.
We are not all the same, are we? If the Reptilians were to study humanity they would incorrectly say man is evil. There are examples of "good and evil" all across the globe.


I also wanted to ask if anyone has visited the Mammoth Cave. I am going to look for stats.
Does anyone have interesting pictures of the cave to post?

[edit on 30/1/2005 by Umbrax]



posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 03:28 AM
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Originally posted by Indigo_Child

However, the vedas describe them as positive, not negative. Maybe we have misconceptions about Reptillians, however,they did say they are potentially dangerous too and can kill anyone who mistreats them or ventures into their land. I recall a story in the Mahabharata where Bhima is poisoned by Duroyodhna, they were children at this age, and he was then thrown into a river and he fell into Naga Loka, where the snake beings tried to kill him, but then the king of their kingdom realized the kid was from his own family of interbred humans and then gave him a special potion that gave him superhuman strength and sent him back to land.
[edit on 30-1-2005 by Indigo_Child]


As to judge them maybe 1 in 9999 are what you might call good.
Notice they were going to KILL the boy at first site!
But then realized he was an offspring/hybrid of a human woman they no doubt raped! and was sent on his way with a trinket!

Yeah, real nice beings.........

Great naga research by the way....
Where is their dwellings?
Is it still there?



[edit on 30-1-2005 by lizzardsamok]



posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 04:47 AM
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From what I have read about the Nagas, they were quite dangerous and humans generally kept away from them. It is stated that god banished them to the underground world after they did something.

There are stories of a serpent being terrorizing the local waters of a village and poisoning their water. The locals were talking about this and were very upset and fearful of dying of thirst. Krishna, as a young child, overhears his foster parents. While playing "catch ball" with the local children in the forest, at one point he deliberately throws the ball into the same river the serpent lived in. The boy who owned the ball was very upset and told Krishna to swim and find the ball. So, Krishna does and disappears into the river. Thereupon he encounters the serpant being who tried to kill him and fails. Krishna fights this serpant being and conquers him. The serpant surrenders to Krishna and recognizes his true form. Meanwhile, local villagers and Krishna's foster parents are gathered above the river, fearing Krishna is dead. Then all of a sudden Krishna rises above the river standing upon the head of the serpent dancing, dissolving their worries.

It's a very interesting story. It does eem the Nagas are quite dangerous and hostile from the stories and very territorial. However, as hostile and dangerous as they are to humans who venture near them, there are few stories of them attacking people on purpose. It just seems that they don't like humans.

In the previous story of Bhima, the snake king said he was his fathers's grandfather.

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posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 05:03 AM
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pfft.. i still dont believe that could be trus whats stooping the earth from caplising inwards



posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 06:55 AM
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You know, the Nagas could be a reference to a Native American tribe. And that "Patala Loka" means Underworld, and it could mean across the Earth from India.

There was some interesting speculation I had read somewhere that if you folded a map in half, India would overlap America. There are supposedly some interesting similarities between Vishnu, the Hindu preserver god, and one of the Native American gods, Quetzalcoatl. This would certainly explain "God" sending the Nagas to the UnderWorld because they became too populous in ancient India. In Hinduism, everything is an act of God, everything is God so it isn't a stretch then to understand what they are actually referring to (this is all just speculation of course, but it makes sense to me).

Also the idea of a snake-man, maybe they mean it spiritually. Because kundalini is associated with the snake, merhaps the Nagas were genetically pre-disposed to active Kundalini, and thus were described as half-serpent half-man.



posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 07:04 AM
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"saw the nazi simble on the planeds and the buildings,but this simble was faced the oppisite way to the original Nazi simble. "


By the way, the "Nazi" symbol, I believe you're referring to is the Swastika. And it's not a Nazi symbol, it's a Hndu symbol. Just as Hitler ripped off and perverted the Aryan concept from Hindus, he ripped off Hinduism by taking the Swastika and perverting its meaning for evil.

Swastika means good luck and NORMALLY in Hinduism it's the reverse of the Nazi symbol, but you'll find both versions in Hinduism.

Currently, there's a debate going on whether Europe should ban the Swastika. In my opinion, this would be a grievous error. The Swastika may be associated with Nazis, but that's rather recent in time, and Hindus and other groups have used the Swastika for a long time, and it's meant to be a good symbol meaning "good luck". Banning the use of the swastika is akin to disregarding cultures and traditions alien to the majority due to their ignorance of associating the Swastika automatically with Nazis.

I believe people should be educated about what the Swastika means, why it's there, so as to at least diminish the effect it has on people to shudder whenever they see it and to keep them open-minded about the fact that it's not an evil symbol but it was used for evil purposes.



posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 08:40 AM
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Originally posted by bhagavadgita
You know, the Nagas could be a reference to a Native American tribe. And that "Patala Loka" means Underworld, and it could mean across the Earth from India.

There was some interesting speculation I had read somewhere that if you folded a map in half, India would overlap America. There are supposedly some interesting similarities between Vishnu, the Hindu preserver god, and one of the Native American gods, Quetzalcoatl. This would certainly explain "God" sending the Nagas to the UnderWorld because they became too populous in ancient India. In Hinduism, everything is an act of God, everything is God so it isn't a stretch then to understand what they are actually referring to (this is all just speculation of course, but it makes sense to me).

Also the idea of a snake-man, maybe they mean it spiritually. Because kundalini is associated with the snake, merhaps the Nagas were genetically pre-disposed to active Kundalini, and thus were described as half-serpent half-man.



Bhagvad Gita, if that floats your boat that's alright, but it's full of holes and I can see it sinking. You are forcing interpretations(North America? Because if you folded a map in half, India would overlap with it! lol) upon the texts, because you do not want to accept what they say or are ashamed to accept what they say. It is glaringly obvious that they did actually mean underworlds and it is stated in several ancient Indian texts. Further, yes they did mean actual bi-pedal humanoid serpent beings, and they are even depicted in ancient Indian statues and there are a lot of stories of them and their interaction with others, and they they are crucial part of Indian "mythology" There is even further reinforcement from the Buddhists fabled Shambala region and it is explicitly said in the Purans that the Patala Lokas were seperated from the surface worlds. They even stated that there were many Patala Lokas.

A further reinforcement comes from Sikhism where Guru Nanak declares there are many worlds and many underworlds.

There are even accounts of giants(9-10 feet tall) in the texts. I suppose this really is a symbolism for how big their auras were.... right?

You are not the type that claims the Kamasutra is really depicting the union of spiritual energies, right?

[edit on 30-1-2005 by Indigo_Child]



posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by Indigo_Child

Bhagvad Gita, if that floats your boat that's alright, but it's full of holes and I can see it sinking. You are forcing interpretations(North America? Because if you folded a map in half, India would overlap with it! lol) upon the texts, because you do not want to accept what they say or are ashamed to accept what they say. It is glaringly obvious that they did actually mean underworlds and it is stated in several ancient Indian texts. Further, yes they did mean actual bi-pedal humanoid serpent beings, and they are even depicted in ancient Indian statues and there are a lot of stories of them and their interaction with others, and they they are crucial part of Indian "mythology" There is even further reinforcement from the Buddhists fabled Shambala region and it is explicitly said in the Purans that the Patala Lokas were seperated from the surface worlds. They even stated that there were many Patala Lokas.

A further reinforcement comes from Sikhism where Guru Nanak declares there are many worlds and many underworlds.

There are even accounts of giants(9-10 feet tall) in the texts. I suppose this really is a symbolism for how big their auras were.... right?

You are not the type that claims the Kamasutra is really depicting the union of spiritual energies, right?

[edit on 30-1-2005 by Indigo_Child]


Ridiculing whatever I have to say doesn't make your beliefs any more convincing. Besides, these are NOT my theories, these are what I have read. I have several links that I'll provide just in case you're skeptical about this.

As for Indian texts, I'm not ashamed of them, they are part of my culture. Are they a part of YOUR culture, that you are so adamant in trying to defend their veracity? Most of these Indian texts are written by MYSTICS. They perceive the world differently than we do, and much of it is steeped in poetic imagery. Doesn't make everything that they have to say actually 100% true. Maybe there ARE snake-like beings that are called Nagas, and maybe your theory is the truth, but as far as I can see, your speculation is just as good as mine. I don't see what actually makes you so convinced that the texts are meant to be taken so literally.

There are a lot of wild theories about ancient India, I just wanted to provide a different possibility, one that I find more grounded in reality as most people perceive it.

Anyway, here are some links: azorion.tripod.com...
www.viewzone.com...
www.vandemataram.com...



posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 04:09 PM
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Cappadocia, Turkey is home to the under ground city Derinkuyu.


from www.rdricketts.com...

Derinkuyu is believed to have held up to twenty thousand people and could be as many as eighteen to twenty stories deep. Much of this underground city has not been explored due to cave-ins.


There is no evidence of alien activity that I seen here. However it does prove underground life is a possibility.



posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by bhagavadgita
Doesn't make everything that they have to say actually 100% true. Maybe there ARE snake-like beings that are called Nagas, and maybe your theory is the truth, but as far as I can see, your speculation is just as good as mine. I don't see what actually makes you so convinced that the texts are meant to be taken so literally.


No, I am not speculating BG, I am simply telling the facts as they are. For instance, the greeks have a myth of a woman who had snakes for hair and if you looked at her, you will be turned into stone. Now, there is no one here claiming this is symbolism for a woman with a cold stare and a bad hair job. That's what you call forcing meaning or deliberately misinterpreting.

And when you say "I am looking at the theories more grounded in reality" you're basically saying "I am going to pick a theory that fits my beliefs" and we all did that, we would never agree on history. The truth is and it is covered in several Indian texts and religions derived from Hinduism, such as Buddhism and Sikhism and depicted in statues and a major part of many of religious stories, that the Nagas were indeed real shapeshifting serpent beings.

Where did you suppose Bhima went when he thrown into the ocean by Duryodhana and he fell down into Nagaloka and the snake beings try to kill him by biting him? I suppose it really is a symbolism for Bhima falling into a coma and then having a dream right... or maybe he just died and went to snake heaven and they realized the mistake and sent him back.

And what symbolism is there for Krishna going into the ocean and fighting the serpant being? A symbolism for fighting his snakey side? Enough already.

No offence, but you are obviously a very religious person(your name itself is a religious bible) and are letting your religious beliefs talk for you. That's also called religious fundamentalism. And I don't have any such biases or prejudices.

And by the way, the Kamasutra is really a manual on sex.

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posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 12:10 PM
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I found this article today.


...scientists have offered a radical alternative. One of them, the late Thomas Gold, of Cornell University, theorized in the 1990s that petroleum products are instead created from gaseous hydrocarbons, like methane, that have been inside Earth since it formed 4.5 billion years ago. Gold figured the gas migrates from the mantle toward the surface through cracks in the planet's crust. Some is trapped, and some is chemically altered into oil and coal....Gold proposed there was as much life below, in terms of mass, as on the surface.

space.com


Although this does not support a hollow earth theory it sure does make it seem possible for life developing underground.



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