The Polaris solid-fuel ballistic missiles were tested in the 1960s. Wernher von Braun made a trip to Antarctica in 1967. It was noted in a number of reports that by means of Operation Paperclipâs former Nazi V-2 rocket scientists, Walt Disney distributed space colonization films to give approval to the ballistic missile arms industry. Once the general public agreed, human actors never âreturnedâ to the Moon. Space colonization plans were thrown away, but ballistic missile sales increased.
According to the Canadian-based German Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel, Nazi elite troops escaped with their âspace technologyâ into the hole at the South Pole. In the 1997 novel âIndiana Jones and the Hollow Earthâ by Max McCoy, Indy comes into the possession of a bewildering journal hinting at the reality of a subterranean civilization that he and the Nazis battle to find. The quest will lead him to a massive cavern beneath the snow, portal to the legendary Ultima Thule â the key to Hitlerâs mad plan for world domination. Does a sophisticated culture live in the hollow interior of the Earth?
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Putting aside mythology, modern geologists donât speak of a hollow Earth. But they do concern themselves with the Earthâs âporosity.â The Earthâs interior is porous like a sponge. Underground caves and âporosity evolutionâ determine the range of pore sizes. Absolute porosity is the total of all void spaces present in the Earthâs interior. The void space is expressed as a percentage. The exploitation of natural resources, for example groundwater and petroleum, is partly dependent on the properties of porosity. It is the ratio of the volume of openings (voids) to the total volume of material.
Porosity represents the storage capacity of geologic material. So, in a roundabout way, the Earth is distinctly hollow after all, as determined by crack and fracture systems, which are the functions of geological strain.
In 2014, a reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans was discovered deep beneath the Earthâs surface. The finding could help explain where Earthâs seas came from: âJules Verne was on to something.â
âIn his classic 1864 adventure story *Journey to the Center of the Earth*, the French novelist imagined a vast ocean deep within the planetâs bowels. University of Alberta scientists have found the first direct evidence that he wasnât far off.
ââThe original idea is a Jules Verne idea, isnât it?â laughs geologist Graham Pearson. âOne hundred years later it turns out to be pretty much true â except you canât really stand around and see the water.ââ (Bob Weber, âJules Verne was right: Water hidden deep in the Earth, U of A study suggests,â The Globe and Mail, March 12, 2014)
âWe may have another âoceanâ to add to the world map â only this one is hidden hundreds of miles beneath our planetâs surface. A new study suggests that a hidden âoceanâ is nestled in the Earthâs mantle some 400 miles beneath North America. The hidden reservoir, apparently locked in a blue crystalline mineral called ringwoodite, may hold three times as much water that exists in all the worldâs surface oceans.â (Sara Gates, âHidden âOceanâ Discovered Deep Underground Near Earthâs Core,â The Huffington Post, June 13, 2014)
Co-author Steve Jacobsen of Northwestern University told the New Scientist that the hidden water might also act as a buffer for the oceans on the surface, explaining why they have stayed the same size for millions of years. He wanted to find out if a hidden ocean wraps around the entire planet. In this up to date buffer assessment, the âhollowâ Earth acts rather like a heart pump to keep up a continuous flow of water and activate geological processes on the surface, such as earthquakes or erupting volcanoes.
Another riddle of modern geologists is that according to Einsteinâs general relativity theory, gravitation is the curvature of space-time. Consequently, if an object could experience the reversal of gravity by passing through the Earthâs porous center, could it also experience the reversal of space-time? In other words, could we time-travel into the past â and to an opposite zone of relativistic space? Are there perhaps small holes at the central part of every planet or self-gravitating system? If so, might they be the portals or stargates to hyperspace?
In physics, the âtwin paradoxâ is a thought experiment where a person who makes a journey into space in a rocket will return home to find he or she has aged less than an identical twin that stayed on Earth. The same could also be true with acceleration and deceleration when cruising the Earthâs interior. Would a clock traveling into the Earthâs interior lag behind a clock on the surface?
Today, deep underground military bases (DUMBs) are scattered throughout the world. Some are allegedly financed by so-called black budgets. When asked if itâs true that there are âcitiesâ deep under the ground, a scientist who once helped build the Channel Tunnel smiled and replied: âThere are nations.â Bearing in mind that the âChunnelâ is merely a public subway beneath the English Channel, one can hardly take in the immensity of underground bases reserved for the ruling elite:
Here comes the poor man all you got to have is green
Here comes the banker and the lawyer and the cop
One thing for certain it ain’t never gonna stop
When it gets too heavy
Ah, they come and they go
With only one thing in common
They got the fire down below.
(Bob Seger, The Fire Down Below,; 1976)
âThe idea of a hollow Earth appears in myths and legends of various cultures. Greek legend refers to a paradise region known as Hyperborea. According to legend, the people of Hyperborea enjoyed good health and lived 1000 years or longer without growing old. Chinese and Eskimo legends state that there is an opening in the North to a subterranean realm where an underground species resides. They believe the underground realm is a paradise and is where their ancestors came from. Eskimo legend also states that the underground paradise is a place of perpetual light where the sun never sets.
âAccording to their stories, it is a land of peace and happiness with a mild climate, large lakes, tropical animals and no darkness. The Hopi Indians also have a legend that states they emerged from an underground realm within Earth. The legends also refer to snake people that resided underground.â (Jason Carr, âWTF is the âHollow Earthâ Theory?â WiredCosmos, March 27, 2012)
Hades (or Pluto) was a name for the ancient underworld, which likewise guided the way to Elysium and the âfortunate isles.â The legend of a bottomless abyss as a primeval well somewhere beneath a Near East embankment seems like a naive belief in our day. Yet ever since the Second World War, the Mediterranean Sea has given shelter to some of the worldâs most covert submerged naval bases. Middle East conflicts fall back on those top-secret fortifications. At this time, the Mediterranean Sea hides away some of the most advanced positions of operational activity and deep underground military bases. Do nations pass beneath the borderline of a primordial abyss?
By Peter Fotis Kapnistos