Underground Aliens and the Hallow Earth
In the American southwest we have evidence of what appears to be modern day descriptions of the R...
In the American southwest we have evidence of what appears to be modern day descriptions of the Reptilian Alien Race. The majestic mesas and rugged mountains of the American southwest are home to many native peoples, including the Navajo, Zuni, Pueblo, Hopi and Apache. These tribes have many different beliefs, but their creation myths all share something quite remarkable, all of them share the belief that they came up from the ground.
The Apaches and pueblo Indians, the Zuni and the Hopi Indians have a legend that they emerged from some underground world into today’s world and some of the southwestern people went back underground for safety. The Hopi of Arizona say their ancestors escaped a deadly storm of falling stars with the help of the snake people, who took them to shelters deep in the earth.
Some of the aliens in these stories bear a strange resemblance to the ancient tales of the ant-like and snake-like beings from the Hopi legends and have a great resemblance to today’s description of the Reptilian Alien race. One thing that is strange for sure is the amount of military traffic over at Dulce, the unmarked black helicopters, the heavy-duty Chinooks, all of them spend a lot more time in Dulce than they should if nothing was going on there, so yes they are there for a reason and that much military activity is not normal.
The idea that the earth might be hollow as a scientific notion dates back to the astronomer Edmund Halley who is best known for his comet. In 1691 he presented to the London royal society his hypothesis that the earth is hollow and contains several little spheres inside. The earth’s magnetic pole moved a little bit every year to the west, and his idea was that our outer sphere had inner spheres that turned independently of the outer one. He also suggested that these interior spheres would also be able to support life.
In 1818, former U.S. army Captain John Cleves Symmes, Jr., announced that there were vast openings at each pole where we could enter inner earth. In 1864 Jules Verne released his second novel, a journey to the center of the earth and that captured the interest of people around the world, everyone wanted to know more about this and if it was actually real, could you literally access the center of the Earth.
In the 1920′s, Richard E. Byrd made world headlines by flying over the north pole and by becoming the first man to fly solo over the South pole and hollow earth theorists believe that the famous explorer went even further, and that on February 19 1947 admiral Byrd piloted a plane through a hole near the north pole into the interior of the earth. At that point when he entered inner Earth a flying saucer took control of his airplane, with some kind of beam and “they” landed him near an inner earth city and gave a message; “that they consider themselves the guardians of this planet” He said, “we don’t approve of you people using nuclear weapons”.
When Admiral Byrd got to Washington the government put a lid of secrecy on the whole subject and it was not to go out to the public.
Some say admiral Byrd’s own account of this flight into the hollow earth is detailed in his secret diary published in the 1990′s but skeptics claim the diary is a forgery and point out that in February 1947, at the time admiral Byrd was supposedly visiting this “other world” underneath the north pole, he was actually part of a vast 4,700-man naval exploration called “operation high jump, 12,000 Miles away, near the South pole.
In 1963, a simple home renovation in the town of Derinkuyu, Turkey led to an extraordinary discovery when a cave wall was opened, revealing a passageway to an underground city thousands of years old and more than 280 feet deep. Derinkuyu would’ve been a massive undertaking to build for anyone, even in modern times with modern equipment a project of this magnitude would have required specific equipment, planing, and knowledge of the terrains geological composition, at Derinkuyu, because of the softness of the stone, you had to be very careful that you provided enough pillar strength to support the floors above otherwise you’d have catastrophic cave-ins what is very interesting is that there’s absolutely no evidence of any catastrophic cave-ins so the builders were extremely clever and knew their material so yes it is quite an masterpiece we have there.
The question here is why would anyone want to live underground? Why was this underground city built? The Cappadocia region– where Derinkuyu is located, was part of the Zoroastrian empire, which was Persian in nature. The Zoroastrian religion based on opposing forces of good and evil is widely believed to have influenced both Hinduism and Judeo-Christianity. Scholars say it was founded sometime before the sixth century b.C. and its chief God is the creator Ahura Mazda. In the second chapter of the Zoroastrian sacred text, the Vendidad, Ahura Mazda saves mankind from a worldwide environmental disaster, the great prophet Yima was instructed to build a kind of underground refuge similar to Derinkuyu by the sky God Ahura Mazda.
According to the sacred texts, Yima built a multilevel underground city to protect a select group of people and animals from a global ice age. The Vendidad calls this “the evil winters.” The underground city at Derinkuyu has an unusual security system: 1,000-pound doors on rollers that allow them to be moved by a single person, but only from one side. This was a very complex security measure and obviously the inhabitants of the underground city wanted to hide something from the outside.
According to the ancient Zoroastrian texts, Ahura Mazda flew through the sky in a divine chariot and waged war against his eternal enemy, Angra Mainyu, the demon of destruction. So we have a description of “extraterrestrials” with capability of flight, is it possible that people searched for shelter in this underground city?
Derinkuyu was clearly built out of fear of an aerial enemy, why? because if something flies over you at high speed they would not be able to spot the ventilation shafts. If it were an enemy that was on foot or on horseback it would be easy for them to just close all the ventilation shafts and everyone inside would have to come out in the search for air. During recorded history we know that many different people did in fact hide in the underground city of Derinkuyu to escape everything from desert raiders to Roman legions. But some experts wonder whether such conventional attacks can really explain why Derinkuyu was built in the first place.