Hollow Earth or Mysterious Inner World?



I’ve recently stumbled across a lot of “Hollow Earth” talk of late, and finally decided to read a bit more about it. After spending a little time on the subject, I was like: “Hmm… Some of that Hollow Earth stuff is interesting, even if it’s just an elaborate hoax. However, there is no doubt that civilizations can live underground, but the Hollow Earth hypothesis claims a vast amount of territory, so much that it would conflict with the very science of planetary formations, but it is still interesting, nonetheless.”

Several years ago, the entire notion of there being a mysterious “Inner World” was by no means too far-fetched for me, but I think the concept has stretched over time or perhaps has become distorted into more fantastical proportions than I care to ponder.

However, like I thought prior, underground life is something that humans are very capable of.
I’m sure that certain sectors of the Government (with or without a secret society) could tell ya all about it, but they may have to kill you afterwards… Ha! Just kidding, right?

Anyway, the reason for the way I chose to title this article, is that there could very well be a mysterious Inner World, even if the Hollow Earth concept is scientifically impossible. Personally, the Hollow Earth concept is highly entertaining, makes for great science fiction stories, and invokes the imagination, but is a bit too much to swallow, when looking at this subject in a semi-logical fashion.
…But before you go to smack the rationality out of my brain, please remember that I also, at the same time, think it is very possible that there is a mysterious Inner World, just not to the degree that most Hollow Earth proponents claim.

I believe in a vast network of underground tunnels, caverns, lakes, facilities, networks, etc., along with different races of beings, aliens, advanced technology, UFOs, you name it, all tucked away underneath the surface as well as certain places above it. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that during major cataclysmic events or during acts of war, the safest place to be would be underground and/or under the surface.
It reminds me, although this technically wouldn’t be considered under the earth, when big dogs run into my yard that broke loose from their chain, and my outdoor cats all flee under the house via the vent holes and select openings in the foundation. It’s the same concept really, but to totally deny the possibility of an Inner World or underground civilization(s), would be to deny the intelligence of ancient civilizations and the extraterrestrial visitors, from the past.
Oh, I just spoke about extraterrestrial beings visiting this planet as a fact? Yeah, so what; sue me!

At any less than ordinary rate, I can’t help but think about the underground network that is possibly found beneath those lovely, mysterious, great pyramids in Egypt.
I also can’t help but notice, how an Inner World would haphazardly explain the underwater UFOs that have been sighted numerous times, the Bermuda Triangle mysteries, the Lost City of Atlantis (depending on your knowledge of the subject), and so on.
I’m not trying to come off as some myth-loving fanatic, but I’m also the same person who always never doubted fire-breathing, flying dragons, either. Speaking of that, didn’t they discover some insect that blew fire from their bunghole, a while back? Yeah, that is the “bombardier beetle,” for example.

Well, since it seems to be common around here to post links about everything people are reading while writing their blog posts, I just read some page about if fire-breathing dragons are possible, here: http://hauns.com/~DCQu4E5g/Fire.htm [link is no longer active]

I’m not going to the extreme and saying that George Bush along with many other humanoid figures on Earth are actually reptilian aliens that have morphed into a Homo sapien figure or anything like you often read from the web’s weirdest places, nor am I gonna say that there isn’t a planet out there inhabited with intelligent grasshopper beings standing 8 feet tall, or even attempt to lace the Hollow Earth hypothesis with the unsolved mysteries of Cryptozoology, but I’m also, at the same time, going to say that not all life necessarily has to be carbon-based, either. Dang, that was a long sentence… Ha! But do ya get my drift..? Sometimes, it is better to say that you simply don’t know, as opposed to claiming to know the inner-workings of the entire universe (Dang, we got enough of those people, right?).

Anyway, the point is, there is way more to life than what many people care to believe. It still amazes me today, how most of the well-off people (the ones not struggling for survival) that dwell on this beautiful planet that is located deep within a cosmos the size of all imaginations combined, that don’t even think outside of mundane thoughts, daily routines, news feeds, politics, organized religions and dogma dung, reality (fake) television shows, and textbook science that limits creativity and cognitive function. Do we really live in a brainwashed, brain-dead society, for the most part?

Oh, great… I’m getting way off subject here… What was the topic again? Oh, yeah, “Hollow Earth or Mysterious Inner World?”

Well, this leads me to a link that I’m about to provide. If you really have the time, and would like to read some highly elaborate material over this subject (if you dare to do such; ha!), whether it be pure baloney or fanciful story telling, go here:


That page even included the Admiral Richard B. Byrd’s Diary (February – March 1947), which spoke about the “Exploration flight over the North Pole – The Inner Earth – My Secret Diary.”

That particular section of the page, started with: “I must write this diary in secrecy and obscurity. It concerns my Arctic flight of the nineteenth day of February in the year of Nineteen and Forty-Seven. There comes a time when the rationality of men must fade into insignificance and one must accept the inevitability of the Truth! I am not at liberty to disclose the following documentation at this writing …perhaps it shall never see the light of public scrutiny, but I must do my duty and record here for all to read one day. In a world of greed and exploitation of certain of mankind can no longer suppress that which is truth.”

Anyway, that page was so long and covered so many areas within this subject matter, I had to get it printed off, as I will finish reading it, later on, since I’m running out of “extra” free time at the moment.
Many of you will eat up the material found on that page, hook, line, and sinker, and many of you will have lots of new fuel to ignite with criticism, as most of you will never even click or read it period; ha-ha!

So, do you believe in the Hollow Earth Hypothesis?
Or, do you believe in the Inner World concept I mentioned about?
Or, do you believe in neither or do you even care, to begin with?
No, this is not a poll question, as I’ll let my ‘comment field’ act as the substrate for that type of growth…

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