The Hollow Earth: Journey to the Center of the Earth

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Journey to the Center of the Earth

According to many legends and theories, the extreme poles of the earth may actually be the location of concealed portals to the inner realms of our world! It is a strong desire of a small circle of my friends to validate the theories that have circulated for centuries about the purported existence of societies that make their habitation within the inner depths of planet earth! Crazy?! Perhaps … but how can we be truly certain?

Many of you may be familiar with the stories told by Jules Verne, Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, A Journey to the Centre of the Earth, also Ian Cameron’s movie The Island at the Top of the World. These ideas have indeed arisen from the not-so-far-fetched myths and rumors that again, only recently resurfaced after Admiral Richard E. Byrd of the U.S. Navy, in 1947, announced to the world that he flew into the northern pole of our planet only to find it populated by a remarkable race of intelligent beings! These beings, though similar to us in appearance, are far more technologically advanced, not to mention much more devoted to the ideals of peaceful cohabitation than their brothers on the surface world have proven capable of.

Contact me through my email with any questions or comments. Otherwise, please click on the links to the right and follow along for a story of adventure and excitement!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

is the earth like a bell?

10:24 AM  
Blogger Shilo said...

In what regards?

6:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so instead of blatering on about this "hollow earth" myth, why not use the existing body of evidence to either refute or corroborate such an idea? there is ample information in plate techtonics, geological surveys, satellite imagery, oceanic mapping, etc. if anything, i'm convinced that this blog (brought by me from a "wackos" collection of links) would like to continue a silly concept because of blind devotion rather than real evidence. as a simple example, please consider the implied change in mass any "hollow planet" (replaced with air we assume) would have on the calculated physics of the solar system (change in mass but change in gravity/orbit?). given the repeated measurements for size, weight and mass/gravity of our planet, what holistic theory can you build that represents the reality we observe? in other words, either you have no concept of how interwoven planeary physics is with observable phemonema (with no need to ride a boat to the north pole), or you're simply pushing a gag, and a old one at that. please pick a new topic to fuss over.

1:26 PM  
Blogger Shilo said...

Well, I appreciate your comments... and they are duly noted. I would encourage you to continue reading some of the material that's posted or linked to here and draw conclusions on your own ... though it would seem you've already done just that.

Some good info to read regarding the solid earth model and the seismic data that has been gathered and cultivated by sientists can be found here.

Regarding your comment on the gravitational planetary mechanics of our solar system and the obvious "irrationality" of a hollow earth model based upon the knowledge we have of gravitation is to me an irrelevent assertion simply because there is way too much we currently do not understand about gravity and the fabric of space/time and it's interraction with matter which generates an inertial moment or gravitational force. It would be very simple to just assume that all planets are hollow, and based upon the current planetary physics, effectively redefine everything so that it all works out without too much effort whatsoever. That's my point ... it's all a matter of assumption and perspective. I guess what I'm attempting to accomplish here is to help people realize how little we really understand about our earth and how much we think we know but really do not. We are really no better than those that once assumed the earth is flat. All we've done is knock on the wall of a dark room and listen for echos, and from that have tried to explain .. in detail ... the contents of the room. In any case ... it's fun to discuss ... because until you or I have been there, you or noone else can prove to me I'm wrong :) So, until that happens I would challenge you or anyone for that matter to prove conclusively that this theory is incorrect.

5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am an educated "skeptic" but love and cannot discount the idea of the hoolow earth. I always feel that when God reveals to us some of the mysteries we have tried to understand some of it will seem so simple! Such as an inner earth. I found this on Yahoo, I am guessing you probably have also, but it is nevertheless interesting. Maybe some "work" going on below? who knows

2:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think this expedition is an excellent idea. I would think maysayers like the one above would say "whatever do what you want, because your not going to find anything" instead of being so heated in there denials of the theory. Maybe they are truly afraid something will be found. We'll good luck to you, may God speed your journey. I do have one question though, from a religious standpoint, in ouhoolowearth site it talks about the authors belief that the Garden of Eden being in the earth, as a fellow LDS I know that Joseph Smith revealed that the location of the GOE as being in Jackson County, Missouri area. Could you please explain your POV?


6:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm torn between the possiblities of the earth being solid or hollow, and I do have a bit of mistrust towards the governments and NASA. People should look at it this way...with an expected 2007 expedition we will finally have an answer. All theories in my opinion deserve an atempt to prove themselves, and this will finally resolve it once and for all.

7:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The 2007 expedition will fail, thoug it does not mean that the earth is not hollow. Those who entered it before did not know what they where doing, so they where open minded. These scientists and believers have their mind fixed on it, and they have an agenda. The people in the interior are not intrested in getting to know us, they already do. They come to those who can give them what they haven't got. They are our friends an has always been thoug we don't se them because we don't se ourselfes and what we realy are.

1:24 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Hi... yes I am one of those who tends to lean in the positive direction with respect to the validity of the hollow earth theory. In reference to the question concerning the possibility that the hollow earth is the location of the Garden of Eden, I think it is is indeed possible. The location in Jackson County Mo. is only noted in LDS doctrine as the place of residence for Adam and Eve and their postarity after they were expelled from their Edon paradise. The idea that the Garden of Eden was also located there could easily be a commonly held misconception.
As far as mathmatical evidence to support the idea of all planets being hollow and such, I could easily be misled in this area, but if you are interested, try downloading Rodney Cluffs e-book World Top Secret Our Earth Is Hollow. It can be had for a small contribution at the link below and is very interesting reading.
Don't be gullible, but try to keep an open mind... :)

6:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All I can say at the moment is ... WOW!

2:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find it interesting that people believe we came from mud that was struck by lighting, but something like the Hollow Earth is veiwed as crazy by these same people.

I believe if the Hollow Earth does exist, there is a possibility us on the surface would never know anyway.

If such an expedition were successful, why would those who find the Hollow Earth want to come back to the surface?

My 2 cents!

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Kurrrt said...

My imagination tells me there's a restriction against Earths surface population. Power structures with no regards for the environment, (also> religion, and human behavior) will never make it's illogical way into a wonderful paradise. Thus rendering those who do, yet another useless unopened doorway to freedom of thought and technology. We need not to be governed or policed, and mostly currency being the major issue of this humanities biggest mistake. Starting a similar area on the surface is all we have left. Until then will there be a planet of love, peace and harmony.

4:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very nice blog with a interesting topic.

3:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was amaze to fo\ind out this Time article, this scientific breakthrough could support the hollow earth theory,bu \t sadly i never heard about this fascinating discovery of subteranian continent. should this be pursued we could unlock the mystery of the Hollow Earth!

Helpful H-Bomb
Monday, Feb. 22, 1993
Click here to find out more!

IN THEIR QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE, SCIENTISTS WILL take advantage of anything that's helpful, even a nuclear blast. Studies of the shock waves given off by a Chinese .66-megaton nuclear test have revealed a "continent" 2,000 miles underground, at the boundary between the molten iron of the planet's core and the molten rock just above it. The word continent is used loosely; what two scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey found was a region 200 miles across and 80 miles deep that is denser than surrounding regions. The implication: the core-mantle boundary may be as complex as the earth's surface.

When the Bomb sent shock waves through the earth, ripples were detected at North American seismic centers. Because a wave's speed depends on the composition of what it's moving through, the timing of detections helped scientists compare densities of subterranean regions. This type of research may uncover other structures inside the earth, but -- fortunately -- H-bombs don't go off every day.

Read more:,9171,977782,00.html#ixzz15kDzIJaR

9:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a very convincing post, and the discussion in the comments in excellent. To be perfectly honest, I agree with the post above me. I can't help but believe in Hollow Earth Theory.

7:05 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

If the earths core is made of molten iron and is as hot as the sun. .. how can it have a solid crust? ??

7:56 AM  

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