Monday, May 30, 2016

How can the Earth be hollow? (video)

Rodney Cluff, George Noory, Coast to Coast; Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven, Wisdom Quarterly
Intricate Buddhist/Vedic-Hindu mandalas are representations of the universe (
(OOWK MEDIA, recorded ~2003, published Aug. 23, 2015) Inside the Hollow Earth (1:33:18)

Jehovah's Witness Rodney Cluff
Where is Shambhala? Author Rodney Cluff explains how the Hollow Earth is possible and evidence for its reality.
  • Shambhala is hidden in our Hollow Earth. It is mentioned in ancient texts like the Kalacakra Tantra and the ancient Zhangzhung of western Tibet. Pre-Buddhist Bon scriptures speak of a closely related land called Tagzig Olmo Lung Ring. Hindu texts such as the Vishnu Purana (4.24) mention the village Shambhala, birthplace of Kalki... Legends associated with Shambhala are older than these organized religions and may have been an indigenous belief system, the Alti-Hymalian shamanic tradition
Many planes of existence.
The idea is not new, but few of us have heard it outside of fiction so it is hard to accept. Tibetan Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain mythology is replete with an understanding of Agartha, the "Inaccessible." Scattered Western sources of those inner worlds also exist.

There are large openings at both the North and South Pole, where these regions are guarded by a unique international agreement.

A map of the planet Earth
If one could get to the polar regions without US interference, one can enter a vast inner continent that is lit by an internal crystal sun. Gravity operates not due to a molten core as we are told but by the density of the mantle, which is at least 800 miles thick on average.

From eyewitness testimonies such as that of Olaf Jansen, a 19th century Norwegian, Cluff presents various data about the inner Earth world. Vegetation inside is very lush in Eden-like conditions: apples can grow as large as a person's head, grapes are the size of oranges. The human inhabitants are also tall, from 7 to 15 feet, and can live up to 800 years old, Cluff details.

Many have been inside to see the planes of the inner Earth. Nazis declared it New Swabia.
Rather than being exclusively aliens, Cluff believes they are descendants from one of the Lost Tribes of Israel. Through advancements in technology, at least 2,000 years ahead of the surface, these Agarthans(?) have built flying machines they operate using stereotypical "alien" type androids.

Nazis went to Tibet to find Agartha's entrance.
Cluff has teamed up with Steve Currey's expedition company and is planning a 24-day trip aboard a Russian Nuclear Ice Breaker in hopes of entering through the North Pole opening and proceeding into the inner Earth world just as U.S. Admiral Richard E. Byrd entered through the South Pole and was welcomed by the inhabitants there, a trip he detailed in his posthumously published diary and in news accounts of his day. The US government has attempted to suppress Admiral Byrd's revelations, but the Byrd family has preserved them.

Fiction expresses truth
Aurora borealis: evidence of the inner sun
(Wiki) The concept of Shangri-La, as first described in James Hilton's 1933 novel Lost Horizon, is claimed to have been inspired by the Shambhala myth (as well as then-current National Geographic articles on Eastern Tibet Kham). Shambala appears in several science fiction stories of the 1930s. The legendary locale also serves as a lure to visionaries and adventurers in Thomas Pynchon's "Against the Day" (2006). The anime Fullmetal Alchemist feature-length film, "Conqueror of Shamballa," takes place in 1923 and features Hess working with the [Nazi, Vril Gesellschaft analog] Thule Society in their search for "Shamballa."

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