The Hollow Earth: North Pole Inner Earth Expedition

Monday, February 27, 2012

North Pole Inner Earth Expedition

Since Steve Currey and Rodney Cluff organized their expedition to the north polar entrance of the hollow earth and Steve Currey's untimely passing, there has not been another concerted public effort to reach the opening at the north pole until now. Physicist Brooks Agnew has picked up the reigns for the publicity of the expedition and together with Rodney Cluff are planning one last ditch effort in August of 2012 to make it on the Russian icebreaker Yamal before it is retired for good. Let's watch together and see what they make of this attempt to show the world what governments have been collectively hiding for decades. >>

Update May 5, 2012: The North Polar Inner Earth Expedition has received funding and is slated to depart July/August 2013.


Anonymous Carl said...

Agnew was advocating for years to make such expedition but I'm pretty sure special ops from all countries will sabotage his effort.

6:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't matter, the aliens will be here before that anyways

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think I have to agree that the expedition will probably be sabotaged by TPTB. I hope if they get that far, they will go inside... otherwise why bother to go at all?

1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why no update on this since it is nearly august 2012?

11:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every time they have tried to go up there to the pole the expedition has been stopped or sabotaged the inner earth opening is most probably true and all governments want it kept secret to prevent migration there by earths people cause millions would go including me; i fkn hate the slave world we must live in

10:32 PM  
Blogger Strype said...

Sabotage? Are you guys being serious? The reason we never hear anything about these missions are because A) They're a huge waste of money, and there's really nothing to research. Or B) They actually spent the money, and came back with nothing.

Perhaps your time would be better spent grasping a basic understanding of gravity, which entirely disproves this theory with ease. Not to mention, questing for knowledge and intelligence would be far more beneficial than chasing nonsense and dreams.

Wake up.

8:37 PM  

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