An Opening At The South Pole – The Hollow Earth Theory

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An Opening At The South Pole – The Hollow Earth Theory

In an interview in Buenos Aires on his way back ( from the South Pole ), Admiral Byrd made the incredible statement that the 3rd World War would probably be with an adversary coming from the polar regions of our planet who had the ability to fly unobstructed from pole to pole. He was referring to the Germans at their South Pole colony that were operating their anti-gravity craft with impunity and could fly circles around the globe..


An outstanding interview with slideshow containing satellite photos, videos and many others revealing evidences about the Hollow Planets.

De Lucia was born in Bethesda, Maryland. He studied Business Administration at the University of Baltimore, and later on completed a two-year course in translating at the Catholic University in São Paulo. He has maintained a life-long interest in Indian Hindu philosophy and spiritual practices, which ultimately led him to take up Vedic astrology. He began his studies in 1981 under Nalini Kanta Das or “Tom Hopke”, and has been a student and practitioner of the art ever since.

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2 responses to “An Opening At The South Pole – The Hollow Earth Theory

  1. So…earth has an anus?


  2. LOL @ nanoduck! Apparently, it has several!😀

    I haven’t had time to watch the documentary posted above yet, but as soon as I have two hours to set aside, I’ll get right on it. I did though recently come across a site with some fascinating pictures of what do indeed look like caves or grottos or entrances to some kind of subterranean spaces and also pics of some of the non-frozen areas of Antarctica. It’s pretty amazing, really. It seems that not a day goes by that my mind isn’t blown away by how much we have yet to learn about our world and the universe. Anyway, here’s the link;

    Thanks for this post, Admin! There sure are enough “things that make me go hmmm” about this subject to keep me occupied for a long, long time!😀