Thursday, May 10, 2018

Native American "Hollow Earth" (video)

NightTerrors; Xochitl, Dhr. Seven, Pat Macpherson, Crystal Quintero (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly(Divine Truth) David Wilcock, Corey Goode, Conscious Life Expo, "Inner Earth Beings"

Creek Indian Entrance to Our Hollow Earth Proof, Map, Expedition, Theory
Numerous New World passages allow access to our hollow earth. Although Hopi Indians are forbidden to reveal the Grand Canyon entrance leading to the "inside world," other tribes will freely share such information with a trusted ally.

A description was passed down from the first human civilization of Mesopotamia of the first mountain ever to receive a name, Mount Mashu. After traveling through the darkness of a tunnel through the mountain, one man found an entrance to a bountiful, green subterranean garden.

That was only the first clue that the planet Earth is either partially or entirely hollow. Numerous locations for entrances to the Hollow Earth have been documented:
  • Paris, France
  • Staffordshire, England
  • Montreal, Canada
  • Hangzhou, China
  • the Amazon Rainforest
  • [Under Potala Palace, Lhasa, Tibet].
We told you so. Most would not listen to us.
The Hopi Indian elders are forbidden to reveal the entrance hidden in the Grand Canyon, which leads to the "inside world." Of course, the most widely known openings are at the North Pole and South Pole.

It was the 8th Earl of Clancarty who first recognized that the only way all icebergs could be composed of frozen fresh water was if there were freshwater rivers flowing from the inside of the planet to the outside.

Edmond Halley, the English astronomer who computed the 76-year orbit of Halley's Comet, also figured the Earth is made up of a hollow shell 500 miles thick, with more concentric shells inside, separated by a luminous atmosphere.

Escaping gases cause the Aurora Borealis or "Northern Lights." The inventor of calculus, Leonhard Euler, an eminent mathematician, calculated against the idea of multiple shells in favor of a centrally located interior sun, providing light to advanced civilizations living on the inner surface of the Earth.

Advanced peoples built the pyramids.
In 1913 a full explanation of the formation of hollow planets was published by Marshall Gardner of Illinois. One year before the release of his treatise, he registered a United States patent on a working model of the Hollow Earth, complete with interior sun represented by a light bulb.

The pulp magazine Amazing Stories ran a series of factual articles between 1945 and 1949 in which it was disclosed that a superior, pre-historic race once lived under the crust of our planet, and their descendants live there still.

Thousands of readers posted letters to the editor affirming that they had indeed been able to hear voices from inside the Earth.

Jean Le Clerc Milfort fought in the American Revolution. He was caught in a duel at the court of King Louis the XVI in France and, having killed a servant in the king's household, was forced to emigrate to America.

On the side of the British he led a contingent of Creek Indians into battle. Near the end of the war when the Indians wished to return home, he further led them to present-day Louisiana, where the Creek Nation allowed him access to an enormous tribal domain underground, which he estimated could easily contain 20,000 families.

Potala Palace (Pueblo structure), Tibet
The Hindus of India believe in Patala ("Under the Feet"), a subterranean heaven.

[NOTE: The "Tibetan Buddhist Vatican" is called Potala Palace in the capital of Tibet, Lhasa, which shares a great deal of philosophy with Hinduism in what is called Vajrayana Buddhism.]

The Dalai Lama lived in Potala Palace
Patala is filled with splendid jewels and beautiful groves of trees. A sweet fragrance fills the air, and sweet music can be perceived at the threshold of hearing. There is no sunlight in the lower realm, but the darkness is dissipated by the shining of jewels.

Underground riches are also represented in the beliefs of Tibetan Buddhists. An endless cavern is filled with ancient machinery, the majority of which has not been used in thousands of years. The writer Lobsang Rampa describes the activation of one such machine beneath the Himalayan mountains, which illuminates the ghosts who walk among the living.

Their molecules, after departing this world, are so widely dispersed that a ghost can walk right through walls without contact with the atomic structure of the wall itself.

A monument stands in Hamilton, Ohio, to John Cleves Symmes, who proposed an expedition to the entrance passage at the North Pole.

US President John Quincy Adams offered the financial support of the government for this effort. But the next president, Andrew Jackson, cut funding for the expedition.

The renowned spiritualist Lady Paget predicted that the entrance to the underground kingdom will be found in this century, after the year 2017.

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