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Inner earth realm at the edge of the northpole using google Aghartha or Agartha facts or fictional encounters?

Updated on August 31, 2011


I believe there is enough evidence in the form of stories about the inner earth from many diverse sources to put credence into the idea that the earth is hollow as well as all of the planets and stars in the universe and that for obvious reasons the Governments of the world would rather keep such knowledge secret for fear of panic and economic collaspe.

Why the fear? Well If,money is your prime concern I certainly think that consealing information that may cause an economic upheaval in the stock market would be a major reason to prevent the truth from coming to light.Those who have vested interest in the status quo as far as energy, technology as well as military, government and religion would all have their own special interests at stake. So who and what to believe? The choice as always is ours.Hopefuly we can correctly make the right choice through logic and moral decernment of the truth by due diligence of information we gather from every source,be it disinformation or delineation of the truth.

First ,the idea that google is not displaying the poles of the earth is curious all by itself.Then the military not allowing air traffic over the polar regions is suspicious in and of itself. We know that there are caverns inside the earth in various locations complete with stories of people who have gone down into them and returning with amazing stories of amasing inhabitants inside these caverns. Some said they encountered alien creatures. Some said they encountered whole civilizations. This is entirely possible,if the earth is truely hollow.We also know that there are underground rivers ,so why not life.We know that life reqiures water to survive and there have been reports of a lichen made up of any various complex alge and a fugus growing as a unit on solid surfaces such as rock walls which are a source of food for grazing reindeer in polar regions of the earth.If the earth is hollow as is reported by the links here it, is entirely possible that every lifeform that exists on the surface exists in the interior of the earth .

Second ,it has been documented that Hitler financed an expedition to search for this inner earth,and that hitler made contact with extraterestrials complete with photographs These photographs were made before photoshop was.invented ,and should be easily dismissed as fake if examined throughly by experts.

Third ,look at the science involved if the inside of the earth is hollow ,The crust is said to be about 800 miles at the most and i don't believe that we have drilled anywhere near that distance into the earth that leaves around 6400 miles from one inside surface to the otherĀ and you would not be able to see from one inside surface all the way to the other inside surface unless you had a telescope and an unobstructed view.It would be strange indeed to be able to see all the way to the opposiite side of the interior of the earth.

Fourth ,every once in a while we hear about albino buffalo and dolphins,even deer and wonder why they are so rare,even though we may think it is just a genetic anomaly ,just maybe they have been living in a totally different environment such as a darkened cavern inside the earth ,but not far enough to experiance the light of what is said to be the 300 mile diameter sun at the earths core that allows all plantlife to flourish inside the earth.

Could the theory of a flat earth have anything to do with the idea that when someone arrives at the polar regions by ship that they encounter this magnetic anomaly where the compass points down toward the earth rather than over the surface ? They report a dropoff point where it is believed that the earth ends.This belief could be the result of an expidition with more than one ship where one ship might try entering this depression ,or was somehow forced into it by ocean currents it could not control .There upon those watching from a distance may have witnessed such an occurance and reported it as the edge of the earth by not following the previous ship into the depression and returning to tell the tale.


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    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      There is "Journey To The Center of the Earth " book & movie.

      According to science the Earth is about 8,000 miles in diameter.

      From my recollection of how the planets formed by spinning mass from which the Elements formed slowly as it cooled over time and solidified enough to form the planets such as the Earth.If,that's true then the heaviest Elements should have been at the center of these spinning masses and the lighter elements closer to the surface .Science books verify this idea also.

      Unfortunately, our science books claim through theory alone that the interior of the earth is solid as far as we common folks are able to know.

      I know that we haven't gone down into the earth more than a few miles with the machines we currently use.If,the crust is say 8oo miles thick what is the likely hood that we are able to go that far down? Another question is how far down is the so-called "liquid core" they claim is at the center of the earth? I assume there is an equation that can show how far down into the earth we can expect to find magma from this "liquid core".

      Think about this.If, the core is mostly liquid how how far down is it from the surface and should the average surface temp should be!

      I know the average temp six feet down is about 55 degrees .

      Then you have to ask yourself from what is this temp is due to. Is,it from heat from the sun or from earths interior? Science says the deeper you go the hotter the temp.There should be an equation to predict the change in temp the further down you go.

      The temp of magma as it comes out onto the surface is in the thousands of degrees at least and then cools over time unless it encounters saltwater or any water for that matter.In that case it cools quite rapidly.

      There is proof that there are under ocean ridges around the earths plates upon which the earths crusts move with respect to each other such as the Pacific plate and the South American plate and the Asian plate around china and Japan.The pacific rim is along the West coast of North America and and the east coast of South America where under ocean volcanic activity occurs relatively frequently and sometimes on land where the are major faults such around areas of southern California and the San Madrid fault in the mid western states. The crust could conceivably be hundreds of miles thick at the most and possibly less than a hundred miles think in these areas .

      My question is how hot and at what distance and what equation we can use to predict the average temp at a certain level underground due to the weight or pressure from above and the heat from an assumed "liquid core".This would go a long way toward predicting the temp of the so-called "liquid core" as defined by science theory and the hollow earth theory.

      If,the core were in fact totally liquid with only a few hundred miles of crust over it that would mean the "liquid core" would be between seven and eight thousand miles in diameter.

      I would think a core that size would be so hot that life on earth would be unbearable and that the oceans would almost boil away.

    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 

      5 years ago from England

      I remember reading a book about this years ago, the trouble being that the nearer the centre of the earth the more heat is generated, saying that maybe somewhere near the surface there could be a place we haven't discovered yet. I remember in the book something about a certain tribe appearing out of caves but when people looked they had disappeared again! I wish I could remember the name of the book! lol!

    • d.william profile image


      5 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      voted up, awesome and interesting

      An interesting and imaginative concept. Anything is possible. Whatever man can create in his mind probably has true validity somewhere in the vastness of our universe. We can only speculate.

    • daborn7 profile image


      5 years ago from California

      Love it! Thanks for sharing!

    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

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