The hollow Earth theory suggests that planet Earth is either entirely hollow or contains a substantial amount of interior space. This isn’t a new theory, its existence has been proposed throughout human history. Buddhists believed that the inner Earth was made up of a race of people they called super men and women. They allegedly came up to the surface via tunnels that led to the inner Earth to oversee what was happening on the surface. The Buddhists apparently had lamas guarding the entrances to inner Earth in Tibet.
In Tibetan and Hindu/Indian traditions and texts an ancient kingdom called Shambhala is described. It’s a mythical place located somewhere around Inner Asia. It’s amazing how embedded the theory of inner Earth is within ancient cultures. Is this mythology or reality?
Ancient texts from India like the Ramayana describe the story of a great blue being, the Avatar Rama. The Ramayana depicts Rama as an emissary from “Agartha” that arrived on an air vehicle. The vehicles were commonly known as “Vimanas.” The fact that both Buddhist and Hindu religions separately refer to inner Earth and its civilization is quite fascinating.
Ancient cultures all over the world, from Mayan, to other recent native populations and more all have stories of beings that live and come from an underground world. I had the privilege of spending a year in Northern, Ontario, Canada and was made aware of stories of “little” people that lived underground. Let’s examine where ancient history meets scientific exploration.
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