The Hollow Earth: Tropical Jungle Found in World's Largest Cave

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Tropical Jungle Found in World's Largest Cave

Vietnam's Hang Son Doong cave is the largest in the world, with caverns big enough to fit a skyscraper. It even has its own jungle! With possibly the biggest subterranean passage in the world, it has enough space to fit a half-mile block of 40-story buildings. Having discovered a cave like this close to the surface, it all of a sudden becomes more plausible to imagine a forest of giant mushrooms deep in the crust of the Earth, or even entire ecosystems with their own source of bio-luminescense. At this rate, Etidorhpa is looking like less of a fantasy and more of a possibility.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Notice this sort of thing hasn't been found in the U.S. that we've heard of. It's because of the regulations stating that in order to explore caves in the U.S. you need a Federal Permit or Federal Chaperon. Seriously, read the Book of Enoch, one of the books that wasn't included in what we know call the Bible because of it's "dangerous knowledge." Enoch follows the waters of the Earth North past the "Mountains of Winter" and enters "the Middle of the Earth" where the "Watchers and their Abominations" live. Thor himself was known for his travels to do battle against "Ice Giants." Thanks Shiloh. There's a reason the Devil is known as the deceiver, for we are very much deceived.

11:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm completely amazed! With all the reading I do I have NEVER come across any information about this cave. I'm sitting here dumbfounded at this entire theory. Thank you! And to the previous commenter, I now intend to read Enoch....differently. Thanks!

8:53 AM  
Blogger Kittybriton said...

Is there some significance to the fact that "Etidorhpa" is "Aphrodite" backwards?

4:42 AM  
Blogger Shilo said...

Yes :)

9:27 PM  
Blogger wogga300 said...

Wow i dont know what to say, I am absolutely gobsmacked! Is there anyone that has advice on the best way to bring this up with friends and loved ones without sounding crazy? I have been on a solid mission for a week now, starting with the question "Why?" and everytime i come accross an "answer" i would ask the same question again and this is where i have ended up and the feeling is inexplainable! :-)

5:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw this documentation last year in greek...and i was also amazed about the fauna growing there..i guess there existing more of this caverns all over the world....for example in thessaly/greece along the pindos mountains shepherds found also caverns and their biggest mistake was to report that to authorities :(

5:21 AM  

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