posted on Dec, 5 2003 @ 03:05 AM
I just finished reading 'The Hollow Earth' by Dr Raymond Bernard. (1969)
He brings forward the theory of a hollow earth, where the main outer crust would be just 800 miles thick. Not only that, but he goes as far, as to say
that inside the earth exists its own small sun / star, which provides continous light to the inner earth and its (still existing atlantean /
Although there any many arguments that seem to me obviously invalid (perhaps due to the fact it was published in 1969) such as the origin of the
aurora borealis being nothing more than the inner earth sun shining out of the hole in the artic region, there are certainly some things that make you
- The immediate statements made by Admiral Byrd who made flights over both the extreme north and extreme south early in the 20th century.
- Many personal reports of inner earth journeys and interactions with its inhabitants
- Myths of many different civilisations include stories of their ancient ancestors coming from a great land inside the earth
- The snow in the far north having a color to it, supposedly from pollen from trees / flowers, etc.
- The fact that, going north for long enough, after going through a heap of snow, one will encounter a warmer climate, when common sense says it
would be colder the further north one would go.
So, what are you thoughts? Could all planets be hollow?
An expedition is being planned in 2005?
And a pic
Hello by the way, my first post!