In 1946, scholars began discussing an unknown subterranean population for the first time. This occurred when writer, journalist, and scientist Richard Shaver informed readers of the American paranormal magazine Amazing Stories about his encounter with subsurface aliens.
According to Shaver, he spent many weeks in the underground realm of mutants, which resembled the demons depicted in old stories and earthling tales. Almost every nation, by the way, has mythology about a race of ancient people that inhabited the planet Earth millions of years before man laid foot on it. They are infinitely knowledgeable, brilliant, and culturally evolved, yet they do not wish to interact with people.
It would be possible to dismiss this “contact” as the author’s exuberant fantasy, if not for hundreds of responses from readers claiming that they, too, had visited underground cities, communicated with their inhabitants, and witnessed various technological marvels, not only providing underground inhabitants of the Earth with a comfortable existence in its very depths, but also giving the opportunity… control the consciousness of earthlings!
Surprisingly, this remarkable account made a great impression on scientists and brought a fresh push to the study of the paranormal. However, the English astronomer of the XVII century Edmund Halley, novelists Jules Verne in the novel “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” Edgar Poe in “The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym,” and others asserted in their writings that the Earth is an empty globe.
Furthermore, in the 18th and 19th centuries, the United States of America contemplated preparing a special scientific expedition to establish that our world is a hollow ball with easy access to its depths through holes in the earth’s crust. However, as time passed, it became clear that going underground was not that simple. The “Kola Superdeep Borehole” is located on Russia’s Kola Peninsula in Murmansk and is the deepest well to date. In 1970, it was drilled for scientific objectives.
Five years later, the Kola Superdeep Borehole had reached a depth of 7 km (about 23,000 ft). Work on the project proceeded until 1989, when the drill became trapped in the rock at a depth of little over 12 kilometers (almost 40,000 feet or 8 miles). This is the most recent record of human depth.
As a result, the Earth’s shell is considerably greater than scientists can excavate.
The intriguing environment of the dungeon piqued the curiosity of Third Reich scientists as well. For example, with the cooperation of Goering and Himmler, an expedition comprised of the most accomplished brains of National Socialist Germany traveled in pursuit of a subterranean civilisation in complete secrecy in 1942.
It was supposed that the “home” of antiquity’s super-developed peoples would be found on the Baltic Sea island of Rugen. The expedition had additional objectives. German scientists anticipated that if they could deploy fundamentally new radar equipment underground, they would be extremely close to achieving world dominance.
Two American miners, David Fellin and Henry Thorne, were constructing a tunnel in 1963 when they noticed a massive door behind which marble stairs dropped.
This narrative takes us to August 13, 1963, in Shepton, Pennsylvania, in the anthracite coal area of Schuylkill County, when the legendary catastrophe and rescue at the Sheptonmine occurred. A mining shaft collapsed, trapping three miners 330 feet down.
On Tuesday, August 27, about two weeks later, two of the miners, Henry Throne and David Fellin, were safely brought to the surface after rescuers successfully drilled a 17 1/2-inch and then a 28-inch hole in their chamber, while the third miner, Lou Bova, who was trapped in another part of the mine, unfortunately died.
The story of Throne and Fellin’s survival and rescue was enough to draw the attention of the entire world, but it was what they claimed to have seen and heard while in the mine (in addition to marble stairs, they saw humanoid figures and other interesting things) that drew public attention, statements that both men swore to be authentic, both individually and publicly, decisive statements that they took to the grave, despite the fact that others believed that th
On August 29, 1963, the Philadelphia Inquirer published David Felin’s “affidavit,” in which he stated:
They're now claiming that it was all hallucinations and that we made it all up. That is not the case. Our imaginations were not deceiving us. I've always been a realistic, hard-headed miner. My mind was clear when I returned to the mine. It is still obvious.
Fellin went on to say that some of what he and Throne observed could not be explained in words, while on the other side, he stated:
We spotted this door on the fourth or fifth day, despite the fact that there was no light from above or from our helmets. The door was illuminated by a brilliant blue light. It was very clear, much better than sunshine. The door was opened by two ordinary-looking males who were not miners. On the opposite side, we noticed lovely marble steps. We observed it for a while, then it disappeared... We've seen a lot of strange occurrences that we can't explain. But I'm not going to tell you about them since I'm still processing everything.
The findings of anthropologist James McCann, who explored a cave in Idaho that is well-known among the local people, is also intriguing. After many hundred meters of careful moving through a vast stone passage, McCann and his comrades heard shouts and groans, and soon awful findings in the form of human bones loomed before them. Unfortunately, further research of the cave, which was thought to be the gateway to the underworld in these sections, had to be halted since the sulfur stench was absolutely intolerable. In terms of scientific opinion, geologists do not agree with the hypothesis of the Earth’s omnipresent hollow, however they do not rule out the possibility of massive gaps in its bowels.
People are unlikely to be able to live there since our planet contains not only a pretty high temperature, but also very little oxygen, as well as other gases that are incompatible with human existence. All of this spurred intrepid scholars to concoct a novel theory: might a subterranean society be of alien origin? And why shouldn’t they? Perhaps alien entities, bored of mankind’s incessant wars and conflict, relocated below, from which they continue to observe our progress…
And it is from underground, not from other galaxies, that they appear in the skies in flying saucers, come into touch with humanity, and do horrific experiments on them. But a logical dilemma emerges here: if our Earth is still empty on the inside, why hasn’t the entry to the underworld been located yet?
Everything is extremely straightforward. In every manner conceivable, our science obstructs alternative research. Needless to say, excavations are not permitted even in the desert, but if old maps are to be believed, Africa once had a vibrant city and a lot of vegetation. Many dwellings across the world are buried to a depth of less than one meter, which cannot be justified just by the cultural layer. Why do we base everything on basic species judgements – that’s where gases and you can’t survive. In practice, we know little about the Earth’s internal structure. Some hypotheses and circumstantial evidence
At the same moment, the observations of eyewitnesses from all around the world demonstrate. UFOs are frequently spotted around volcano vents and mountains. Don’t forget about the plethora of unexplained undersea things. Should I remind you how much of the ocean has already been explored? Not more than 7%!!!!! As a result, claiming that scientists have complete understanding of the Earth and that there are no entrances or underground civilizations is ridiculous. This is a desire to conceal rather than learn. I hope that the spirit of the researcher lives on in you, my readers, and that we will be able to discover answers to our problems together.