Our Hollow Earth

J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings gives us a fascinating look into a “mythical world” rarely matched in the scope of fiction or imagination. Now, if you look at the company of futurists Tolkien is generally grouped with, you might start to wonder if there isn’t much more to it. {*1} This brings us to topic of “hollow earth.”

The most obvious reference throughout Lord of the Rings is the one to “Middle Earth.” Where is this “middle earth?” Recall the scene from the movie where Gandalf falls into the “bottomless” pit with the beast? He falls and falls and falls, until eventually he ends up on a mountain top. Huh?

Hollow Earth Opening

I’ve been reading Admiral Richard Byrd’s diary, which covers his exploration of the North Pole, and his search for the opening to hollow earth. {*2} The diary begins, “I must write this diary in secrecy and obscurity.” Trying to remain skeptical, we are faced with the mystery of why even islands from the official expedition log, are nowhere to be located on any public map.

For those unfamiliar with the concept, here’s a good intro by Michael Tsarion:

Our first impulse might be to look it up on Google Earth, but as this video points out … that won’t reveal anything: {*3} To anyone who knows anything of Google’s “true” origins [not the official bullshit story], should be no surprise there.

If you also recall from Lord of the Rings, as the Elves were preparing to leave the Earth to the age of men, they went to the docks and boarded a boat. A boat? That’s interesting. {*4}

The following video does a pretty good job of showing many old references and ideas. It includes some amazing pictures of the Aurora Borealis (which is theorized to be caused by gases emanating from the openings and being heated/lit up by the Earth’s central sun). Regardless of what we’ve been conditioned/programmed to think we “know,” we all need to stop knowing and start thinking.

If you look at the Nazi lore, they believe that once they established their 1000 year Reich, a race of supermen would rise up from inside the earth and join them on the surface. Now, I’m not talking about bed-times stories the Nazis told their children. This is what the core leadership of the party believed.

The problem with trying to research the concept further, is that much of the information one encounters runs counter to rationality; it seems highly implausible or speculative. {*5} Erich von Daniken’s Gold of the Gods is pretty straight-forward, but many other avenues of research inevitably lead to stories of Duros (some type of super-intelligent mutants), death-rays, Nazi UFO’s and all sorts of other weird stuff.

A few months ago, I watched a presentation made by a computer engineer from South Africa, which covered how scientific analysis of seismic waves (p-waves and s-waves) and how they travel through the earth. Any reasonable analysis of that data proves that the earth must be hollow and could also be used to calculate approximately how much of the earth is hollow. I would have included the clip here, but can’t seem to find it anywhere anymore.

A slight sense of paranoia could lead me to conclude that a solid scientific argument for the earth being hollow is far more dangerous to the consensus than the overabundant stories of little people and aliens, hence the scarcity of the former. And, on the other side of the fence, you’ve got “men of science” lined up and indoctrinated to a notion of layers and magma and strata, that few remember is based solely on Henry Cavendish’s 18th century calculations and the propaganda machine reinforcing such effervescent “truths” through indoctrinated and unyielding ego-driven assumption, foundation-funded textbooks, and nonsensical media movies/lies like “The Core.”

This article may not necessarily reflect the present views of The Celtic Rebel, and has been left in the archive to show stages in growth and development of The Rebel Path.

*1: These “Futurists” would include Tolkien’s contemporaries such as Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, as well as their predecessors like HG Wells and Jules Verne. As time moves forward, we must reflect on whether their “visions” were based on pure fantasy or indoctrination into the world of arcane knowledge. Interestingly enough, Jules Verne, who so correctly “fantasized” the idea of submarines, also wrote “Journey to the Center of the Earth.” [LB]

*2: According to most tenets of the theory, the openings to the center of planets would be located in their two poles. This site has a pretty good compilation on Admiral Byrd and other supporting Hollow Earth information. [LB]

*3: And if you looked on Google Earth last night (Christmas Eve), you’d have been able to find Santa’s home. But, don’t bother looking for “real” structures in Antarctica or the Northern Polar region. [LB]

*4: Could the old Norse legends about sailing off the edge of the earth, refer to the Northern Polar opening? For those unaware, the “flat earth theory” was a hoax perpetrated on mankind. It’s purpose was likely to generate some feeling of how far we’ve come and feed our sense of our own greatness. Since it is indisputable that the Greeks, the Mayans and the Sumerians (and via inference the Lybians and the Vikings) all knew the earth was round, one must wonder how man “forgot” this truth, and start thinking it was flat? Columbus “discovered” nothing. [LB]

*5: Yet, even Admiral Byrd wrote in the beginning of his diary, “There comes a time when the rationality of men must fade into insignificance, and one must accept the inevitability of the Truth!” [LB]

*6: One of the photos came from this site. I haven’t had a chance to read all of the text, so can’t endorse it. However, the beginning section which covers the topic of shedding your mental programming and explaining how “truths” are subjective is excellent. The second image is from another site providing Hollow Earth mythos. [LB]

~ by celticrebel on December 25, 2007.

8 Responses to “Our Hollow Earth”

  1. What about brendan fraiser’s journey to the center of the earth?

  2. Hey Celtic Rebel. I just wanted to also reference the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. The crew goes to Antarctica (I believe)and they sail off of the “edge”. To get back, they had to flip the boat. I am not saying it’s anything of importance, but I just wanted to add this if you didn’t know of it.

  3. Since stumbling across this Hollow Earth theory while surfing the net I am totally captivated and and would be great full for all the info I can get my hand on.
    Since finding this information I have uploaded all the pages I could find on this for fear of it been taken of of the web.
    Thank you for opening my eyes to something so astounding and inspiring

  4. guy, well, that movie was pretty much a ripoff of a much better movie made a long time ago, based on Well’s novel. My guess is what funded by universal to promote YET ANOTHER gay Brendan Frasier amusement ride for Orlando (aka Hell).

    Pantheist, thanks for sharing that. According to some of the theories, that is precisely what would happen to one taking the water route to hollow earth, cause at about midpoint in the journey the pull of the “gravity belts” flip.

    Easton, it is indeed a fascinating topic, especially considering how ignorant we all were by the time compulsory schooling filled our heads with a bunch of nonsense and outright lies. I appreciate your dropping a note. Always good to get such feedback from “seekers.”

  5. I read that an expedition was being planned for November of this year headed by a Dr Brooks Agnew, Physicist. I would have have loved to got a place on this marvelous event. Would you know if there will be anymore planned. Of course I am not a scientist but i believe that something like this should be made available over time after the first steps have been taken in qualifying weather there is another world within our own.

  6. Just stated researching…I am awAke finally! I want to unravel this puzzle qnd so it begins

  7. The problem with trying to research the concept further, is that it leads nowhere 😦 and above all it says twice that Sony doesn’t like your site LOL How can I found a single picture of the poles ? (and I have a graduate degree in geography)

  8. Middle earth?

    Just another name for Mediterranean perhaps, and no big deal?

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