Subterranean Tunnels - Underground Alien Bases. THE MYSTERY OF THE TUNNELS OF SOUTH AMERICA Atlantis Rising Forum Recently, Erick von Daniken reported that he'd had been in a network of tunnels that run for thousands of miles beneath the South American continent.
Von Daniken said in the Gold of the Gods that he had been in the tunnels, accompanied by their discoverer, Juan Moricz, a Hungarian immigrant who is now a citizen of Argentina. Entrance to the subterranean labyrinth is somewhere in the province of Morona-Santiago, Ecuador. According to von Daniken, he saw immense rooms filled with metallic plaques. Machu Picchu Peru: Subterranean path under the Temple of the Condor - 360º Virtual Tour.
Hollow Earth Hypothesis - Subterranean Civilizations - Agartha. Hollow Earth Hypothesis As science and science fiction merge, we unravel the ancient mysteries of the human experience.
If indeed entities exist beneath the surface of the planet, they would not live in molten rock but in space ships. And as the tectonic plates are breaking - it is either by their doing, a knowing that the consciousness hologram that creates this reality, is ending so they no longer have to monitor from below, or they emerge as the plates naturally break apart. Hollow Earth Theories always propose a central sun, aliens, and mythical subterranean cities and civilizations that some believe could link science and pseudoscience if physically discovered. On Edward Bulwer-Lytton: Agharta, Shambhala, Vril and the Occult Roots of Nazi Power. On Edward Bulwer-Lytton: Agharta, Shambhala, Vril and the Occult Roots of Nazi Power © 2004 Joseph George Caldwell.
All rights reserved. Posted at Internet web sites and . May be copied or reposted for non-commercial use, with attribution. (31 December 2004) Contents Introduction and Summary. 1 Selections from The King of the World, by René Guénon. 7 Western Ideas about Agarttha. 7 Selections from Shambhala, by Victoria LePage. 8. Agharta (album) The concert was recorded by Sony Records under the supervision of Teo Macero, who produced Agharta.
Sony's Japanese division, who ultimately released the album, suggested the titular reference to Agharta, which is a version of the Hollow Earth theory of a mythological subterranean utopia. The album's artwork was done by Japanese artist Tadanori Yokoo and draws on both Eastern subterranean myths and Afrofuturism. After the release of his studio album Get Up with It and his poor showing in year-end magazine polls, Davis had felt that he was losing touch with audiences and listeners by the end of the 1974. He subsequently embarked on his first tour of Japan in 10 and a half years. Between January 22 and February 8, 1975, he played 14 concerts to capacity crowds in large-hall venues and earned enthusiastic reviews.
At the time of his February 1 concert at Osaka Festival Hall, Davis was experiencing severe pain from his left hip, which had been operated on almost 10 years earlier. Subterranean Worlds. Welcome to YouTube! The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results.To change your location filter, please use the links in the footer at the bottom of the page. Click "OK" to accept this setting, or click "Cancel" to set your location filter to "Worldwide". On Edward Bulwer-Lytton: Agharta, Shambhala, Vril and the Occult Roots of Nazi Power. On Edward Bulwer-Lytton: Agharta, Shambhala, Vril and the Occult Roots of Nazi Power © 2004 Joseph George Caldwell.
All rights reserved. Posted at Internet web sites and . May be copied or reposted for non-commercial use, with attribution. (31 December 2004) Contents Introduction and Summary. 1. Fantastic Locations: Agharta & The Hollow Earth. The Unofficial Official RPG Blog Carnival This month’s RPG Blog Carnival is being hosted by K.J.
Davies blog and the topic is “Fantastic Locations”. There have already been a good number of solid contributions from all over the blogosphere too, so make sure to stop by his early round up and check them out. I wanted to contribute as well, but I was having trouble finding inspiration – until I ran across the entry on Agharta in Jess Nevin’s Encylopedia of Fantastic Victoriana (EFC). According to Nevin, Agharta was created by Alexandre Saint-Yves d’Alveydre in his 1885 Mission de l’Inde en Europe.
If you are not familiar with Agharta, it’s a version of the Hollow Earth Theory and there have been many variations on Agharta since d’Alveydre’s death in 1909. So, how could we begin to frame Agharta up as a fantastic location for an RPG? The World Below on Reality Uncovered. The World Below Us A Study of the Ancient Subterranean World - by Ryan Dube "We are part of a symbiotic relationship with something which disguises itself as an extra-terrestrial invasion so as not to alarm us.
" -Terrence McKenna "Increasingly I felt as if I were entering a struggle that might even be more than life and death. It might be a struggle for my soul, my essence, or whatever part of me might have reference to the eternal. Agharta, The Subterranean World. The Hollow Earth Chapter 7.2: Agharta, The Subterranean World By: Dr.
R. W. Bernard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. The word "Agharta" is of Buddhist origin. Similar mysterious tunnels honeycomb Brazil. Third Reich Maps of the Inner Earth. We've all heard tales of Nazis exploring the southern extremities of the globe and even setting up bases in Neuschwabenland.
Some have also heard of Operation Highjump and Admiral Byrd's altercation with entranched German forces that overpowered them with amazing flying craft. A video has recently surfaced which shows a 1944 map from the Third Reich detailing not only the direct passageway used by German U-boats to access this subterranean domain, but also a complete map of both hemispheres of the inner realm of Agharta! (Translation here) More detail: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Rodney Cluff on his website has a copy of a letter (with translation) supposedly sent from a Karl Unger that was aboard the U-boat 209 (commanded by Heinrich Brodda) saying that they had reached the inner earth and would not be coming back! If that seems too unbelievable, compare with those maps, this map done by the famed Tyrolean cartographer and artist Heinrich C.