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originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
I feel something needs to be pointed out. Hollow earth and inner earth are 2 different ideas entirely.
Hollow Earth theory suggests an actual central sun on the interior of the planet while the majority of what we consider "the mantle" being open space. It's awfully silly.
Inner earth, sometimes called honeycomb earth, is the theory that there are many gigantic cavernous areas under the party's crust. Large enough to support societies and their own eco-systems. They certainly won't be marked on a map anywhere so providing diagrams of known deep caves isn't gonna be much help.
Stories of inner earth societies ( such as Agartha ) have been around for millennia and come from many ancient cultures.
originally posted by: Plotus
But... then how hard is it to comment on an 'Expedition' .... yes, an expedition, Expedition being the key word. Just as current expeditions are finding lost cities in the Amazon in recent months with new radar and imaging.....
Again, the key word being _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , yes you guessed it, an expedition.
A ride on a ship, to a location, to look for any evidence of any opening, that is all.
Or consider this... www.youtube.com...
Their oral legends speak of an entrance into Earth. Until the year 1907, the Macuxies would enter some sort of cavern, and travel from 13 to 15 days until they reached the interior. It is there, “at the other side of the world, in the inner Earth” is where the Giants live, creatures that have around 3-4 meters in height.
originally posted by: Oldtimer2
a reply to: Plotus
I have heard some crazy story's regarding remote viewers,with story's of tunnel systems,inhabitants,makes you wonder why they have federal agents posted in these supposed underground entrances,just adds more mystery,very good chance there are pockets,just look at the underground citys being found
originally posted by: StuKE
The trouble is, there are so many on this site who seem to come here just to tell us is how none of this is real. I appreciate everyone has an opinion, and I am not against them airing it, but I can't understand why come on a site like this if you don't actually believe any of the things that are discussed. Often a theory is shot down with such authority that it can be really annoying to those who choose to at least have an open mind.
As for Hollow Earth / Inner Earth- much as I would love to think the Earth is hollow, I just can't believe it, but Inner Earth, definitely possible and I would not be surprised if there were deep systems populated by others.