It all started in 1970, when the United States Environmental Science Service Administration (ESSA) revealed photos acquired by the ESSA-7 satellite, which corresponded to the North Pole, in the news. One of the photos showed a clean sky and a massive hole where the Pole should have been. People were perplexed by the pictures, which showed a perfectly circular hole drawn over the Arctic.
Ray Palmer, the editor of Flying Saucer magazine and a ufologist, saw a significant incentive for expanding hypotheses of advanced subsurface civilizations in the NASA photos.
On the other side, Admiral Richard E. Byrd’s narrative is detailed in the preceding article. This arctic explorer documented his experience flying over one of the Poles in 1928 in his diary. The pilot described seeing beautiful valleys and ancient creatures there.
The general population was stunned by these events, and many began to doubt the hollow Earth notion. As a result of Byrd’s trip, Amadeo Giannini produced various articles and books, including Worlds Beyond the Poles. He hypothesized that Byrd had not flown over the Arctic but had accidentally entered one of the holes leading to the center of the Earth.
Ray Palmer, relying primarily on Giannini’s book, published this notion in the December 1959 edition of his journal and a lengthy correspondence about it. According to Giannini and Palmer, on his alleged flight over the North Pole in 1947, Vice Admiral Byrd indicated through radio that he spotted below him tracts of land with mountains, woods, plants, lakes, and rivers, and a bizarre beast that appeared like a mammoth between the undergrowth.
However, we discovered outstanding astronomers and mathematicians who endorsed the Hollow Earth idea. Dr. Edmond Halley, an astronomer royal of England in the 18th century and discoverer of Halley’s Comet, was one of them. This proposed that the Earth was hollow on the inside, with three concentric cones containing a molten center of lava that acted as an “inner sun.” Newton believed in this hypothesis as well.
Leonhard Euler, an 18th-century mathematical prodigy, was another scholar who backed the Hollow Earth idea. He contended that the Earth contained two apertures that corresponded to the globe’s poles in addition to being hollow.
Aside from scientific hypotheses, the concept that the Earth is hollow on the inside has stirred the imaginations of many writers and artists. Journey to the Center of the Earth, by Jules Verne, is one of the best-known books that discuss the topic (1864). Edgar Allan Poe’s The Adventures of Arthur Gordon Pym is another famous classic (1833). These and other works have maintained alive the concept that the Earth is hollow and that it also contains a more evolved civilization than ours, the dwellers of the surface.
Currently, tests are being conducted with the assistance of superior technology that we possess. In 1965, the Soviet Union initiated a project to drill a 15-kilometer-deep known as the Kola well. It is said that the findings of this experiment were not made public and that they could have heard the cacophony of human and animal voices using ultra-sensitive microphones.
Low-frequency wave investigations have also been conducted to determine what is present in the Earth’s soil. According to this research, there is a difference in the surface between 450 and 500 kilometers of depth, a form of linearity that delimits another strip of the Earth. And then, as if there was something awful from this distance, the wave signal is entirely gone. Only little sounds and quiet are recorded. This test has not been made public but kept hidden from those who conducted the experiments.
We also discover discrepancies at the hands of prominent experts, who have come to assert that the temperature of the Earth rises one degree every 30 meters. If so, its center (6,500 kilometers deep) would reach a temperature of 220,000 degrees Celsius, implying that the temperature inside the Earth would be significantly higher than that of the sun’s crust, which only reaches 6,000 degrees Celsius.
But does this idea apply to reality? No, it does not. According to proponents of this idea, the other planets likewise have two polar holes and the inner sun. Once again, NASA would have altered photographs of the planets in the solar system to obliterate the gaps at their poles.
Then there are the northern lights, which are said to be caused by the inner sun, which is contained in the planet’s center. Marshall B. Gardner, the author of Journey to the Interior of the Earth, was one of the theory’s supporters — and proponents. Gardner proposed that polar lights exist on Mars, Venus, and Mercury and that they are caused by the rays of their core suns crossing the corresponding polar apertures. The polar lights it emits are the Northern Lights, caused by the Earth’s central sun rather than magnetism. Questions to ponder regarding this theory:
– Why is flying over the poles prohibited?
– Why is it that Google Earth censors polar latitudes?
– How come tropical seeds, plants, and trees are discovered floating in freshwater within icebergs?
– What drives hundreds of tropical birds and animals north throughout the winter?
– Why is it hotter near the Poles than 1,500 kilometers away?
– Why does NASA suppress photographs of the Earth’s poles?