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Old 03-03-2008, 11:37 PM   #201
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Blimey! Where did you find that!?
Browsing last year in a book store found this small 40 page book, which did not pay attention at the moment. The book in spanish is called, MAYA: Reality is an Illusion
by living Nazi Miguel Serrano. In the last pages he shows photocopies of these letters,
the 1947 one is in german, translated to spanish,(which i wrote in the post, and the 1990
letter is written directly in english. Miguel serrano is alive, a chilean Nazi,written a lot of esoteric stuff,the nazi occult, and most probably has inteligentsia stuff of those years, i pressume. The Occult the Reich went into etc.

Later I will see if i can place those letters here. At any rate, they say exactly what i placed on the post. I bet those letters and all the Nazi intelligentsia papers are now in the Pentagon, who have more than just 2 letters....

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Old 04-03-2008, 03:56 AM   #202
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Just thinking. It is claimed that there were ancient maps which allowed early voyagers to cross the atlantic and other oceans in full knowledge of where they were heading. I wonder if such maps had anything at the poles or not.
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Old 04-03-2008, 07:35 AM   #203
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ive always found it curious that 'space' is refered to as 'outer space'. that would imply there is an 'inner space' but its never refered to.is it because some in power know of the hollow Earth and refer to it that way among themselves?maybe the term 'outer space' got used inadvertantly thus giving the game away!
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Old 04-03-2008, 11:20 PM   #204
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ive always found it curious that 'space' is refered to as 'outer space'. that would imply there is an 'inner space' but its never refered to.is it because some in power know of the hollow Earth and refer to it that way among themselves?maybe the term 'outer space' got used inadvertantly thus giving the game away!
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Old 05-03-2008, 04:42 PM   #205
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ive always found it curious that 'space' is refered to as 'outer space'. that would imply there is an 'inner space' but its never refered to.is it because some in power know of the hollow Earth and refer to it that way among themselves?maybe the term 'outer space' got used inadvertantly thus giving the game away!
Yes indeed! There's a lot of info buried in the origins of languages and their words and expressions.

The interior of the Earth would consist mostly of space, if we assume the atmosphere is the same thickness inside as outside. It should be because the gravity will be the same and the air between the two surfaces will be exchanged in windflows.
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Old 06-03-2008, 05:59 AM   #206
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The minute somebody comes along and says something is impossible, somebody comes along and proves it. Anything is possible. People used to think we had "junk" DNA. When people say this organ is useless, or it's impossible to time travel, the earth is the center of the universe, blah blah blah, we don't know diddly. We're just beginning. Never say never.

Is the earth hollow? I don't know. Doubt it, but don't discount it either. The most seemingly preposterous things can actually be ordinary.

When referring to junk DNA, is this reference to the lack of knowledge of its origin? I only ask because, my current understanding is that the lack of knowledge from the medical world does not take into account that our DNA has had a helping hand.
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Old 08-03-2008, 02:26 AM   #207
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The inside of the earth is extremely hot. The planet is in fact cooling. This heat makes the surface temperature possible. If we didn't have it we would have a cold surface like some other planets in our solar system which do not have a "living" core.
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with all due respect,

there is barely 100% sureness about this little "blue" Planet's inner cores, how the hecks can one even affirm WHAT OTHER PLANETS HAVE OR NOT in THIS SOLAR or any other planetary/ universal SYSTEM(s)??????

SORRY BUT I CANT STOP LAUGHING....

Humans have been looking for answers for ages, but instead of looking for answers within, they look for answers outside.

who said this planet has to have boiling magma and nothing else inside it? in the same way that "apparently" solar system planets keep rotating around the Sun without touching each other, the surface of the earth could revolve around an "inner "Sun" having "nothing / space / another SKY (may be)?" between them. maybe is correct to imagine a whole "inner" life inside this EARTH.
Doesn't our skin have hair on one side of its surface and on the inner side , blood and all that has been taught to us in biology? but that is to the naked eye. Under the microscope, zooming millions of times into the human body, don't we see similar "solar" systems???

MICRO and MACRO are simply a matter of scaling systems...
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Old 08-03-2008, 09:04 AM   #208
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who said this planet has to have boiling magma and nothing else inside it? in the same way that "apparently" solar system planets keep rotating around the Sun without touching each other, the surface of the earth could revolve around an "inner "Sun" having "nothing / space / another SKY (may be)?" between them. maybe is correct to imagine a whole "inner" life inside this EARTH.
Doesn't our skin have hair on one side of its surface and on the inner side , blood and all that has been taught to us in biology? but that is to the naked eye. Under the microscope, zooming millions of times into the human body, don't we see similar "solar" systems???

MICRO and MACRO are simply a matter of scaling systems...
a wise man once said: EVERYTHING IS RELATIVE!"
People will often say: "We know that the Earth is solid because of how much it weighs and how powerful its gravitational field is." Well that's just based on the assumtion that we know how dense rock we've never seen is. It doesn't back up the SS model any more than you can judge the weight of an Easter egg by hefting it in your hand. The egg is hollow, but if you don't know that you might conclude that chocolate is a far lighter material than it actually is.
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Old 08-03-2008, 11:39 AM   #209
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I was under the impression Byrd says he flew in alone. Either way Byrd was a s mad as a hatter.
I like mad people.
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Old 10-03-2008, 04:16 PM   #210
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Yeah, it's when they call you "sane", "normal" and a "good citizen" you've got to worry!

See here: http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...007#post299007
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Old 11-03-2008, 06:28 PM   #211
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Have a look at Antarctica in google earth. There is a huge area that has been blanked or covered. If you look closely there seems to be a huge gash in the landscape. If you zoom right out a black dot appears at the centre.

Why should any satellite have trouble mapping this region? I will bet military satellites can see exactly what is here with no distortion.

There is a similar effect in the Arctic region. If you look at the rcitc region there also seems to be the impression of a circular depression under this fuzzy zone.

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Old 12-03-2008, 05:14 PM   #212
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Have a look at Antarctica in google earth. There is a huge area that has been blanked or covered. If you look closely there seems to be a huge gash in the landscape. If you zoom right out a black dot appears at the centre.

Why should any satellite have trouble mapping this region? I will bet military satellites can see exactly what is here with no distortion.

There is a similar effect in the Arctic region. If you look at the rcitc region there also seems to be the impression of a circular depression under this fuzzy zone.
Exactly! What are they hiding? why should we believe that there's just solid land there if they won't show us!?

Can anyone do a favour for me?: Who here has Microsoft Flight Simulator? if you have can you repeat an experiment: Take off from Hammerfest airport in Norway, the most northerly in the world, and fly due north. Now... what happens when you get near the pole?
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Hagbard did you notice that the Wikipedia home page pays homage to the hollow earth?

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Hagbard did you notice that the Wikipedia home page pays homage to the hollow earth?

Fookin' Ell! Yes! Well spotted!
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The rabbit hole goes so deep on this one, a fascinating topic as I am finding out...
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Old 17-03-2008, 06:15 AM   #218
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Yes indeed. I ask people just to be introspective for a moment and ask themselves exactly how they came about the information that the world is a solid sphere? The answer I give is this: I've seen it on maps and in school atlases, on TV pictures supposedly filmed in space. I've never seen the solidity and spherical propeties of the Earth itself. I've been deep below ground in a Welsh slate mine, but how do I know that the solid rock under my feet went down all the way to the Earth's core? I've flown at 40,000 in an aeroplane, but the Earth looked just as flat from up there as it does from the surface. If I were to claim that the Earth is a solid sphere then I would be basing my claim on no direct experience at all. I would be basing it on the convention viewpoint that I've absorbed since my birth; what I've been told by teachers and parents and peers that hold that viewpoint on the very same ground: because that's what they've absorbed. The "It just is" and "That's just the way things are" factor.
Haggy, if one goes up in a very tall structure, on a clear day you can see the Earth's curve. I saw it in the CN Tower , in Toronto,years ago.
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Probably got a big water distiller in the hollow earth
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Old 17-03-2008, 06:31 AM   #220
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At the end of the day there is far more evidence to say that the earth is hollow, then there is to say it is not.
The overwhelming evidence for me is...that if mainstream says it is NOT....then it MUST be!
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