How did I get here?....Truely I have no idea, but I’m keeping the links and still fascinated, an amazing read….good thing I love to read and read
Think! Okay op posted a thank you which I didn’t bother (sorry, eternally honest) to look at.
Then I did.
Saw the name Olaf In that vid. Did a search stumbled on this….. THAT’S RIGHT!! I remember now! Gosh! That was a couple of hours ago now, scratch
that a few! Scratch that, yesterday…
12In volume II, pages 18 and 19, Nansen writes about the inclination of the needle. Speaking of Johnson, his aide: "One day -- it was November 24th
-- he came in to supper a little after six o'clock, quite alarmed, and said: 'There has just been a singular inclination of the needle in twenty
four degrees. And remarkably enough, its northern extremity pointed to the east.'"
We again find in Peary's first voyage - page 67, - the following: "It had been observed that from the moment they had entered Lancaster Sound, the
motion of the compass needle was very sluggish, and both this and its deviation increased as they progressed to the westward, and continued to do so
in descending this inlet. Having reached latitude 73 degrees, they witnessed for the first time the curious phenomenon of the directive power of the
needle becoming so weak as to be completely overcome by the attraction of the ship, so that the needle might now be said to point to the north pole of
This is mentioned in the German communications about not trusting the compass too….see if I can find it….(since most people are eternally lazy)
“9. Stir in Agharti full speed. Movement directly to the visibility of a new dawn. Changing the magnetic poles. On emotion compass arrows and arrow
devices do not pay attention”
Here it is
Back to Olafs book…
“It was now, according to our reckoning, about the first of August. The sun was high in the heavens, and was so bright that I could no longer see
the one lone star that attracted my attention a few days earlier.”
“There was not a single man aboard who would not have measured fully twelve feet in height. They all wore full beards, not particularly long, but
seemingly short-cropped. They had mild and beautiful faces, exceedingly fair, with ruddy complexions. The hair and beard of some were black, others
sandy, and still others yellow. The captain, as we designated the dignitary in command of the great vessel, was fully a head taller than any of his
companions. The women averaged from ten to eleven feet in height. Their features were especially regular and refined, while their complexion was of a
most delicate tint heightened by a healthful glow.16
16"According to all procurable data, that spot at the era of man's appearance upon the stage was in the now lost 'Miocene continent,' which then
surrounded the Arctic Pole. That in that true, original Eden some of the early generations of men attained to a stature and longevity unequaled in any
countries known to postdiluvian history is by no means scientifically incredible." - Wm. F. Warren, "Paradise Found," p. 284.
We early discovered that gold was one of the most common metals known
“At the captain's command, the vessel was swung cleverly about, and began retracing its course up the river. The machinery, while noiseless, was
“The banks and trees on either side seemed to rush by. The ship's speed, at times, surpassed that of any railroad train on which I have ever
ridden, even here in America. It was wonderful.”
“It must be remembered, the time of which I write was the autumn of 1829, and we of the "outside" surface of the earth knew nothing then, so to
speak, of electricity.”
"The Smoky God" is the throne of their Jehovah, and is stationary. The effect of night and day is, therefore, produced by earth's daily
I have since discovered that the language of the people of the Inner World is much like the Sanskrit.
On the top of each car were high geared fly wheels lying on their sides, which were so automatically adjusted that, as the speed of the car increased,
the high speed of these fly wheels geometrically increased. Jules Galdea explained to us that these revolving fan-like wheels on top of the cars
destroyed atmospheric pressure, or what is generally understood by the term gravitation, and with this force thus destroyed or rendered nugatory the
car is as safe from falling to one side or to other from the single rail track as if it were in a vacuum; the fly wheels in their rapid revolutions
destroying effectually the so-called power of gravitation, or the force of atmospheric pressure or whatever potent influence it may be that causes all
unsupported things to fall downward to the earth's surface or to the nearest point of resistance.
To read more of this, I know I will be, go here…
I have to apologise at this point because I’m sure you guys interested in this would be very well aware of the above story already, it’s new for
me, not the idea just the story. So this is really for those that haven’t seen it before.
Verne book 1869
Be back with more in a sec….