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The Hollow Earth Is No Longer A Conspiracy Theory!
The centrifugal force of the ‘inner earth crust’ pushing outward against the gravitational force
of the ‘outer earth crust’ pushing inward, may be the energy that heats the magma.
Clouds Swirling Round The Entrance, The Magnetic Field At North Pole Is Counter Clockwise
At The South Pole The Magnetic Field Is Clockwise.
Here Is The Opening Admiral Byrd Found On His Expedition To The North Pole
“Admiral Byrd’s two flights over both Poles prove that there is a `strangeness’ about the shape of the Earth in both polar areas. Byrd flew to the North Pole, but did not stop there and turn back, but went for 1, 700 miles beyond it, and then retraced his course to his Arctic base (due to his gasoline supply running low). As progress was made beyond the Pole point, iceless land and lakes, mountains covered with trees, and even a monstrous animal, resembling the mammoth of antiquity, was seen moving through the underbrush; and all this was reported via radio by the plane occupants. For almost all of the 1,700 miles, the plane flew over land, mountains, trees, lakes and rivers.”
The following excerpts are from here..
Such an important discovery, which Byrd called “the most important” in the history of the world, should have been known to everyone, if information about it was not suppressed to such an extent that it was almost completely forgotten until Giannini mentioned it in his book “Worlds Beyond the Poles,” published in New York in 1959. Similarly, Giannini’s book, for some strange reason, was not advertised by the publisher and remained unknown.
At the end of the same year, 1959, Ray Palmer, editor of “Flying Saucers” magazine, gave publicity to Admiral Byrd’s discovery, about which he learned in a copy of Giannini’s book he read. He was so much impressed that in December of that year he published this information in his magazine, which was for sale on newsstands throughout the United States. Then followed a series of strange incidents, indicating that secret forces were at work to prevent the information contained in the December issue of “Flying Saucers” magazine, derived from Giannini’s book, from reaching the public.
Palmer’s announcement of Byrd’s discoveries in the Arctic and Antarctic was the first large scale publicity since the time they were made and briefly announced, and so much more significant than Giannini’s quotations and statements in his book that was not properly advertised and enjoyed a limited sale. For this reason, soon after the December, 1959 issue of “Flying Saucers” was ready to mail to subscribers and placed on newsstands, it was mysteriously removed from circulation – evidently by the same secret forces that suppressed the public release of this information since 1947. When the truck arrived to deliver the magazines from the printer to the publisher, no magazines were found in the truck! A phone call by the publisher (Mr. Palmer) to the printer resulted in his not finding any shipping receipt proving shipment to have been made. The magazines having been paid for, the publisher asked that the printer return the plates to the press and run off the copies due. But, strangely, the plates were not available, and were so badly damaged that no re-printing could be made.
As a result, 5000 subscribers did not get the magazine. One distributor who received 750 copies to sell on his newsstand was reported missing, and 750 magazines disappeared with him. These magazines were sent to him with the request that they be returned if not delivered. They did not come back. Since the magazine disappeared completely, several months later it was republished and sent to subscribers