While a lot of the information we receive from NASA and environmental agencies may be accurate, there is still much to be discovered about our planet. Is it just as crazy or is their evidence that a mythical civilization called Agartha exists deep inside our planet? And are the accounts of a hollow Earth expedition conducted by the military? Until more recent times, many people were convinced that our planet was a hollow shell with a civilization of Earthly ancients residing underground. Before Verne, the hollow Earth concept was originally proposed in the 17th century by Edmond Halley, discoverer of the eponymous short-orbit comet that swings past Earth every 75 years or so. Halley believed the Earth consisted of several concentric shells separated by individual atmospheres, with the outermost layer having a thickness of about miles.
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While a lot of the information we receive from NASA and environmental agencies may be accurate, there is still much to be discovered about our planet. Is it just as crazy or is their evidence that a mythical civilization called Agartha exists deep inside our planet?
And are the accounts of a hollow Earth expedition conducted by the military? Until more recent times, many people were convinced that our planet was a hollow shell with a civilization of Earthly ancients residing underground.
Before Verne, the hollow Earth concept was originally proposed in the 17th century by Edmond Halley, discoverer of the eponymous short-orbit comet that swings past Earth every 75 years or so. Halley believed the Earth consisted of several concentric shells separated by individual atmospheres, with the outermost layer having a thickness of about miles. Symmes devoted the rest of his life garnering support for a hollow earth expedition, but fell sick during a trip to Quebec to give a lecture on his theory.
Though he died before his journey ever came to fruition, his ambition inspired Arctic exploration and the first trip to Antarctica in Byrd of the U. Navy pioneered further exploration of the poles. And after a multitude of trips to the arctic territories, there is one Byrd narrative that sticks out more than the rest: his record-setting flight over the North Pole. According to an alleged diary entry written during his polar flight, Byrd came across a warm, lush climate with Mammoth-like creatures and an ancient human race that had been residing within the Earth.
His plane was commandeered mid-air and landed for him by people in the center of the Earth who intercepted his plane with saucer-shaped aircraft. Upon landing, he was met by emissaries of a civilization many assume to be the mythical Agartha. The striking issue regarding the validity of this diary entry is that it is dated February But what makes this entry so intriguing is that, if it is real, could it have potentially been misconstrued from a later mission to Antarctica?
Is it actually referring to the notorious Operation Highjump? Highjump was one of the largest operations ever conducted in Antarctica with over 4, men sent to study, map, and reside on the continent for eight months. The expedition included 13 Navy support ships, an aircraft carrier, helicopters, flying boats, and an array of more traditional aircraft. This expedition, as well as the subsequent Operation Deep Freeze eight years later, established an American military presence on Antarctica, which is prohibited today.
So why, exactly, was there such a rush to facilitate this occupation? Byrd later told a reporter for the Chilean newspaper, El Mercurio , that his expedition taught him the U. It is well-documented that the Nazis explored arctic regions to set up bases and test novel weaponry, but it is also well-documented that Hitler and the Nazis were obsessed with esotericism and the occult. The rabbit hole goes deep here, with some going so far as to posit that Hitler could have escaped to this underground world, though that might be counter-intuitive if an ancient enlightened society resided down there.
The letter also mentions the notorious German Gens. Karl Haushofer and Rudolf Hess, who he says were correct about the hollow-Earth theory. There is ample evidence the Nazis spent a lot of resources searching for Agartha as a last resort for Hitler to escape in case of dire emergency, somewhat warranting these conspiracies. In fact, the most common diagram of Agartha was drawn by a German scientist in Evidence also exists to indicate the Nazis may have believed we already lived on the inside of the Earth.
Some experiments of the Third Reich show a belief the Earth was concave, and that we reside on the interior of a sphere. They believed that, though the Earth was concave, normal rays were refracted off the ocean, but infrared rays were not. Of course, they saw only the sky, but this shows that they believed and searched for evidence of alternative Earth theories. Almost every ancient culture has a story or allusion to the inner realms of Earth, as well as civilizations or people in the center of the Earth.
Many of these are places of purgatory where dead spirits reside, rather than a society currently flourishing. But most of these underground domains were more allegorical and religious tools used to deter people from sinning rather than realms actively being sought out.
There are, however, closer depictions of Agartha described by some cultures with related cities and passageways to get there.
In Tibetan Buddhism, there is the secret, mystical city of Shambhala located somewhere deep in the Himalayas that many have searched for, including Russian mystic Nicholas Roerich, though no one is known to have found it. Some believe Shambhala could potentially be connected to Agartha. In Hindu and Celtic lore — which some believe shared an ancient connection through a lost antediluvian city — there are caves and underground entrances to sub-terrestrial worlds.
Many believe this ancient race to be of the same lineage as the ancient civilizations from Atlantis, Lemuria, and Mu that were wiped out by war and cataclysmic events, driving them underground to Agartha. There is another underworld in the Hindu Mahabharata known as Patala that others point to, as it shares many similarities with depictions of a subterranean world, though it is said they are at war with the Agarthans.
Patala is the seventh layer of the underworld in Hindu scriptures and is ruled by the nagas, a half-human, half-reptilian species who are depicted with jeweled hoods that light their realm.
The Naga are a highly advanced race with cutting-edge technology. Occasionally they are said to abduct, torture and kill humans, though other accounts refer to them as having a positive impact on earthly events. Will we ever find out if there exists an underground civilization below the surface of the Earth? Log In Sign Up. Gaia Staff. November 15, The Hollow Earth Theory Until more recent times, many people were convinced that our planet was a hollow shell with a civilization of Earthly ancients residing underground.
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Test Alert message found here and some really long text to go with it in case of wrapping I want to see it Entrances to Inner Earth. Were the Nazis at the Center of the Earth? Agartha Proof in Ancient Cultures Almost every ancient culture has a story or allusion to the inner realms of Earth, as well as civilizations or people in the center of the Earth.
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Agartha sometimes Agartta , Agharti, Agarath ,  Agarta or Agarttha is a legendary kingdom that is said to be located in the Earth's core. Saint-Yves' version of the history of "Agartha" is based upon " revealed " information, meaning received by Saint-Yves himself through "attunement". In the book, Ossendowski tells of a story which was imparted to him concerning a subterranean kingdom which exists inside the Earth. This kingdom was known to the fictional Buddhists society as Agharti. Agartha is frequently associated or confused with Shambhala  which figures prominently in Vajrayana Buddhism and Tibetan Kalachakra teachings and revived in the West by Madame Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society.
"Agharta, The Subterranean World"
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