The Hollow Earth: Aurora Borealis Pinpoints the Polar Opening

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Aurora Borealis Pinpoints the Polar Opening

In this image here you can see the aurora borealis silently streaming from a central focal point just north of Greenland. Compare this to the video clips of the aurora australis streaming from a central point at the South Pole. This image effectively pinpoints the exact location of the north polar entrance to the hidden, subterranean inner realms of our majestic planet Earth.

This data fits perfectly with the hollow earth theory Symme's model of polar openings at each of the Earth's poles and radiation from the Earth's internal sun lighting the earth's polar regions as the aurora borealis and australis.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Auroras are made by solar winds, and when those winds bombard the earth with destructive particles, the earth sucks them into her magnetic field, then moves them round to either pole (where the magnetic field comes from) and then the collision of gases in the earth's atmosphere with the solar particles, creates photons, and that is what the Aurora is.

3:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or it could just be coming from the center of the earth. Occam's razor says the simplest explanation is usually the correct explanation.

9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I couldn't agree more. The question is, solar winds from which sun? ... NASA scientists agree that the stream of ions filling the Earth's magnetosphere is actually coming from planet Earth and are not external to it. This is very good evidence which suggests the solar particles are originating from the internal sun within the Earth's core.

11:33 AM  
Blogger Lilas Conuts said...

Hello from Nouméa
Coming from above or below it's utterly beautiful

8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes...believe everything NASA says...and NASA loves to tell the truth as much as our Federal government. I find the hollow earth theory is the simplest and best explanation. Wake up time :)

1:07 PM  

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