posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 11:52 PM
reply to post by Kellaris
I've never heard of that Czech that went down there, but that's pretty crazy stuff.
The lack of pictures of the poles IMO is solid evidence that there is something at the poles that we are not supposed to see. I'm not implying that
there are 300 mile wide gaping holes at both poles that are the entrance to the advanced civilization of Agartha or whatever, but I definitely think
there's some wacky stuff going on up there.
One thing that stumps me about the Hollow Earth theory is all of the supposed expeditions that people make to the north pole. Surely the tourists and
scientists would notice the massive holes in the earth. And if they're being paid off or threatened by the governments, you'd think at least one
brave hero would come forward and expose the lie. But then I hear other theories that the earth is cavelike, sort of like a sponge. So I don't know
what to think. My mind is pulling in like 4 different directions on what to think of the Hollow Earth theory.
Brooks Agnew and his expedition gave me a glimmer of hope that we might finally find out what's at the poles, but he's gone ghost on us. Does
anybody remember on his website how long he said the expedition would take? Because it's been a few years, and I'm still anxious to find out what
the dealio is up there.
There are only a few possible outcomes of the expedition IMO: that Brooks Agnew is a crafty conman who swindled several people out of millions of
dollars, Him and all of his colleagues were brutally murdered when they set off, They reached the secret inner earth and decided to stay there instead
of coming back to this crappy world, Or they are still on the expedition and will return soon to wake everybody up. Sadly, it's probably the first