posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 06:20 PM
Does anyone actually believe the earth to be completely hollow? I've spoken to people about HET. They all have believed the same thing I do. The
earth is cavern beneath certain parts of the globe. The entire globe isn't hollow. It's the same thing people believe about the moon. There are
massive cavern beneath certain points.
I don't see why this can't be possible on earth, IIRC they actually discovered a body of water around the size of the Atlantic ocean within a
cavern. I don't think I have to remind anyone here how big the Atlantic Ocean is, but if I do...Well It's an ocean, enough said.
The idea that people live beneath the earth and exist in these caverns, well I just like to believe that because it's fun to think about it. Do I
actually believe it though? Nah, but if it ever turned out to be true, I would tell people I always had
I know people reference stories of the underworld and make the claim it explains why hell is considered to be deep beneath us. I personally think hell
became that way because It's looked at as being lesser(Thus below Heavens) and since we already occupy the land below the heavens, where else is
there to go but down? If our religions were different and spoke of life on other planets, I bet they would just say hell is a separate
planet/dimension from heaven/earth.
So ya, if you think the earth has hallowed caverns beneath the surface, I don't blame you, plenty of things suggest this. If you think the entire
earth is hollow, you are mistaken but you are free to believe what you believe.