This is an idea that I came up with after seeing this drawing of the hollow earth theory.
Even came to my mind the possibility of other beings coming into this dimension, or stages of awareness, the best way that I can put it.
I know this sounds really silly, but sometimes I feel like I'm really inside this huge game, where some are allowed to play, while other are just here
to watch (sort of).
Rainbow city, Agartha all these interesting places, that drop into our awareness somehow and we are just showed little glimpses of what our reality
has to offer. I feel like the Universe is so much more interesting.
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It's possible that there are hollow areas where extraterrestrial civilizations and governments live. I've seen reports of flying saucers flying out
of the water in oceans around the world, possibly coming from secret bases underneath the ocean floors. As for the Earth being entirely hollow, I
don't think so. It needs a large enough core for stable gravity. How do you explain all of the magma that flows underground? The Earth itself is not
hollow, but there are definitely numerous hollow spaces within it, some of them enormous in volume.
That is if what we have been fed by MS science is correct. There is a lot of stuff out there, like plasma cosmology that goes against the things we
were led to believe about our world and how it really works. If religion, according to Stalin, is the opiate of the masses-keeping people from deeper
truths, mainstream science is the religion for people who refuse to get sucked in by religion. They are both forms of control keeping us from deeper
Apparantley, a long time ago, the Earth was struck by another planet, and then reformed. It could be that there were all kinds of cities and advanced
civilisations on the original Earth, and then, after the collision, and after the dust settled, we kind of "rebuilt" over the top. There could be
many vast caverns, and possibly various cities under the Earth.
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