posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 08:24 AM
What would make me think this map may be a depiction of the so called "hollow earth" is the fact that I do not recognize the bodies depicted on the
map as being land masses on the surface, but maybe I am overlooking them. With that said, everyone needs to understand that there were key figures in
the Nazi regime who took many different types of strange or paranormal activities and beliefs and placed them at the forefront of their party, at
least in a way. For instance, all the symbolism that ran through the entire Nazi regime was based on earlier myths and legends, and it is generally
known today that much of what they believed regarding "supernatural" abilities and treasures is basically wrong.
But maybe some of the stuff was true, as I know for a fact there are things that occur that are unexplainable even in this age of technology and
scientific advancement. The use of psychics or mediums by some of those in the upper echelons of the Nazi party was something that tied in with their
other beliefs, and a map of this nature, if it does depict a hollow earth, is by no means drawn from actual experience. Rather it was probably
channeled through a medium or obtained in some other not so scientific manner. That is my guess anyway.
However, I do believe that the Nazis established a base on Antarctica either before WWII, or not long after their invasion of Poland. I do not know
how extensive this base was, or if it was anything more than a basic supply depot, but I think something was there, along with a Nazi presence. I also
think, as do many others, that the US mission to Antarctica not long after the end of WWII is excellent circumstantial evidence of this point. It just
did not make a lot of sense, considering the number of personnel and equipment that was taken all the way to that bleak continent. If they wanted to
test their gear in cold weather, which is what I believe was one of the points of the mission, they could had done so in Canada, up to and beyond the
Arctic Circle. Plenty of cold up there, and the conditions are more or less the same.
Getting ready for a war in the cold is plausible however, considering that not long after the end of the war it became apparent to many that the USSR
was going to be a possible new enemy, and it gets extremely cold in Russia. But, as I said, Canada would have done just as nicely, as I am sure it
gets as cold there as it does in Russia. Antarctica was just too far out of the way for this explanation to make any sense. I think that the US
military visited the continent to eradicate any remaining Nazi threat, and possibly to obtain and artifacts or technology, or even personnel, that
had fled there near the end of the war.
It is believed by some that U-boats laden with treasure and precious artifacts indeed fled to this secret Antarctic base, and these valuables could
have possibly been used to fund the Fourth Reich in some of their minds. I doubt we will ever know honestly. You would think any material dealing with
the subject would have been declassified now, as it cannot possibly contain anything relevant to today's world. But of course, on the off chance
there is a hollow earth, which is doubtful, that is a reason to attempt to limit access to the continent itself, and definitely the area around the
But scientifically speaking, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that the earth has something like a molten nickel core, which generates our
protective magnetic field. So in my view the hollow earth theory is completely bogus, and sort of like grasping at straws. As for these documents, I
do not believe they depict anything that exists in reality, and they very well could be a hoax for all I know. I cannot read German, which hinders my
ability to scrutinize the documents in any great detail. But they could be real, but as I said, that does not mean the hollow earth is real, even if
that is what they pertain to.