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The Hollow Earth: The Greatest Geographical Discovery in History

Narrated by: David Bufton
Length: 7 hrs and 19 mins
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New Saucerian proudly presents an official reprint of the cult classic, The Hollow Earth, first published by Gray Barker's Saucerian Press. This edition is an exact facsimile of the original, featuring several enlightening personal letters from the author, Raymond Bernard, PhD, to Barker - rare correspondence not found in other editions.

In this audiobook, Bernard claims that flying saucers not only exist, but that they are the vehicles of a super-race that lives in a huge, underground world, whose entrance is at the Earth's north and south poles. In essence, the Earth is really a fat donut, with little holes at the top and bottom. The seawater and geographical forms stay in place as the surface of the donut curves inward and upside down, held in place by gravity. (Not so kooky when you think about it.)

These "extraterrestrials" are actually our ancestors, and they are from the Inner Earth or Agharta. Admiral Byrd's epic 1,700-mile flight into the North Polar opening startled those privy to the information, leading to an official naval "hush up" of anyone knowing the truth. Those who "know too much" about flying saucers have been targeted ever since.

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fascinating

There are references to other stories supporting this point of view, a contrary in point of you!

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  • mrtwstrs
  • 24-04-2019

Very repetitive info at first

At first I thought my device was constantly backing up in the chapter. The information presented is repeated many times from different sources. The book is 1969 original copy write so some information is old. That being said. With an open mind and the interest in stories of the past to add to your knowledge base this is a good book. There were a few things that clicked with me that made interesting sense. One was the hollow earth dwellers spoke with a germanic accent. And that one of the openings is in Brazil. Didn't all the nazis run to Brazil after ww2? Just an odd observation. I don't believe in coincidence.

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  • Mark
  • 30-07-2019

Fascinating Topic

It's hard to get much information on this subject. Therefore, I'm grateful that this half-century-old book was made available.

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  • Shaun.J.Fox
  • 26-03-2019

Inspiring.

Totally blown away by the attention to detail in locations, people, biblical insight and government meddling on one of my favourite conspiracy theories. Although after this book I whole heartedly doubt it to be a theory.
I first noticed the strangeness when I began to follow a ship and crew that wanted to discover the entrance and take tourists but I received emails explaining the trips and ship have been shut down and crew were harassed by the government. At that time I felt it was a interesting and my favourite conspiracy. Many years on I came across this book and it has resparked my interest.

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