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Admiral Byrd's flights "BEYOND" the Poles & into "Hollow Earth"?

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[This is supplied as a springboard for your own investigations.
The Actic Circle has been repeatedly charted - how come the opening didn't show up to them?
My personal opinion is that the answer is the same as for the Bermuda Triangle - the phenomenon is periodic.
We may be looking at doorways to other dimensions, not a permanent physical opening.
Check out the data for yourself and make your own conclusions.
Einsteinian theory allow for time-space warpage, wormholes, etc.
The current author believes that Out-Of-Body Experiences may explain over half of the Alien Abductions, and may explain many other phenomena, as well.
Astral Projection is real, the Astral Plane is real, and an understanding of it explains ghosts, many demons, and many other spooky things.
Is Hollow Earth another dimension, or is it also in the astral plane?
Most other writers consider it physical, even giving mathematical demonstrations that our current gravity level and the moon's distance are best explained by its presence.
Online engineering degrees specialized in space system operations can teach all of the mathematical properties needed to figure these distances.

The following quotes are found in the book "Hollow Earth" by Raymond Bernard, and most other sources suggesting a Hollow Earth.
I have not yet verified them by getting actual newspapers.

1926: Admiral Byrd claimed to fly over the North Pole in 1926.
It is claimed that later he verbally admitted that he failed to reach it and had to turn around, but couldn't afford to admit it. It is claimed that as he flew into darkness with gauges gone haywire, he was shocked at the terrain changes, and had to turn around.

1947?, February: In a Radio Broadcast, Admiral Byrd said before his Pole flight from a base 400 miles from the Pole: "I'd like to see that land beyond the Pole. That area beyond the Pole is the center of the great unknown."

After-flight radio commentaries were:
"During his Arctic flight of 1,700 miles BEYOND the Pole he reported by radio that he saw below him, not ice and snow, but land areas consisting of mountains, forests, green vegetation, lakes and rivers, and in the underbrush saw a strange animal resembling the mammoth...." and
The air temperature outside the cockpit measured 74 degrees (Bernard, p.

1955, November: Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, before departing to explore land beyond the South Pole stated "This is the most important expedition in the history of the world."

1956, January: "Admiral Byrd led another expedition to the Antarctic and there penetrated for 2,300 miles BEYOND the South Pole.

A 1/13/1956 radio announcement said: "On January 13, members of the United States expedition penetrated a land extent of 2,300 miles BEYOND the Pole. The Flight was made by Rear Admiral George Dufek of the United States Navy Air Unit."

Another Radio announcement on January 13, 1956: "On January 13, members of the United States expedition accomplished a flight of 2,700 miles from the base at McMurdo Sound, which is 400 miles west of the South Pole, and penetrated a land extent of 2,300 miles beyond the Pole." (Radio announcement, confirmed by press of February 5.)

In a Radio clip, Byrd said on March 13, 1956, "The present expedition has opened up a vast new land."

1957: In 1957, before his death, Byrd said: "that enchanted continent in the sky, land of everlasting mystery"

One possible error in the book "Hollow Earth" by Raymond Bernard is that he states that Admiral Byrd's North Pole flight was in 1947, which contradicts official info that he was photographically mapping Antarctica at the time.

Why would an Admiral make such statements? What did he see?

Check the following WebLinks for more info:




www.masonicinfo.com/famous.htm [Byrd,Admiral Richard E. - US naval officer & explorer. first to fly over the North Pole (with Floyd Bennet in 1926).]

Ray Palmer, editor of "Flying Saucers" magazine [& later of Amazing Fantasy] wrote:
"Byrd flew to the North Pole, but did not stop there and turn back, but went for 1,700 miles beyond it, and then retraced his course to his Arctic base (due to his gasoline supply running low). As progress was made beyond the Pole point, iceless land and lakes, mountains covered with trees, and even a monstrous animal, resembling the mammoth of antiquity, was seen moving through the underbrush; and all this was reported via radio by the plane occupants. For almost all of the 1,700 miles, the plane flew over land, mountains, lakes and rivers."
     The December 1959 issue (5000 copies) disappeared.
     One distributor got 750 copies - they disappeared and so did the distributor.

Ray Palmer also wrote: "No human being has ever flown directly over the North Pole and continued straight on. Your editor thinks it should be done and done immediately. We have the planes to do it. Your editor wants to know for sure whether such a flight should wind up in any of the countries surrounding the North Pole, necessarily exactly opposite the starting point. [Such a flight would have to be e.g. from L.A. to India, or from NY to Vietnam, all others go East or West of the North Pole.] Navigation is not to be made by the compass, or by triangulation on existing maps, but solely by gyro compass on an undeviated straight course from the moment of take-off to the moment of landing. And not only a gyro compass in a horizontal plane, but one in a vertical plane also (after one enters the polar opening)."
            1,700 miles from the North Pole are Siberia, Spitzbergen, Alaska, Canada, Finland,
             Norway, Greenland, & Iceland, not iceless/snowless Mountains and Lakes.

Ray Palmer & others have stated that there are more observations of flying saucers near the polar regions than elsewhere.

OK, let's take a reality check here, folks
Am I saying that NASA, scientists, the US Gov't, & the media are all hiding info from us?
Is the North Pole frozen and barren, or warm, teaming with life & hollow?:

Standard Thought:

Arctic Explorers' findings:

Because of the Arctic's angle to the sun, the farther north you go, the colder it should get by standard theory. The entire Arctic region is claimed to be frozen solid, so Cook and Peary both claimed to have reached it by sled.

Some 19th Century explorers claim that at some points (e.g. Fridtjof Nansen north of the New Siberian Islands) the Arctic ice mass stops as you go north, and there is only clear ocean from there on.

Only Ice and Snow; barren of animals, plants and insects.

Explorers found massive driftwood, pollen, animals and insects

Animals should migrate south for the winter in Greenland

Explorers observed that animals all migrated north

Wind & ocean currents from the north should be colder.

Wind & ocean currents from the north are warmer in winter.

The book"The Hollow Earth", by Dr. Raymond Bernard (NY: University Books [& Secaucus] 1969) refers to 2 previous books that summarize Arctic explorers' articles.
1) 1906: William Reed's book: "Phantom of the poles" has an extensive bibliography representing the reports of Arctic explorers.
2) 1920: Marshall B. Gardner's book: "A Journey to the Earth's Interior or Have the Poles Really Been Discovered?" documents 20 years of research, based on the reports of Arctic explorers, supplemented by astronomical evidence. (cited in Bernard, p. 119) - "With 50 books, chiefly on Arctic exploration, in his bibliography, he was most thorough in his research." (Bernard, p.121).

Many Arctic Explorers from the 19th Century stated that 1) the Arctic ice mass stops as you travel north, 2) after that there is only ocean (not ice), and 3) that winds and currents from the North are warm in winter.
Kane (an Arctic explorer) writes: 'Some circumstances which he (McGary) reports seem to point to the existence of a north water all the year round; and the frequent water-skies, fogs, etc., that we have seen to the southwest during the winter, go to confirm the fact.'" (Bernard, p.107)
Greely speaks of open water the year round. (Bernard, p.107)
"Nansen, who probably went farther north than any other explorer, remarks in his book that it was a strange feeling to be sailing in the dark night to unknown lands, over an open rolling sea, where no ship had ever been before, and remarks how mild the climate was for September. The farther north he went, the less and less ice he saw." (Bernard, p.107)

Arctic explorers also found dust in the air and on snow and icebergs, indicating volcanic activity. Massive volcanic activity could cause warm winds and water currents from the north.

Arctic explorers also found massive red, yellow and green pollen from unknown tropical plants covering the snow massively. This cannot be from volcanic action, but from a large land mass with tropical plants.
(One Arctic Explorer) Kane, in his first volume, p.44, says: 'We passed the Crimson Cliffs at Sir John Ross in the forenoon of August 5th. The patches of red snow could be seen clearly at the distance of ten miles from the coast. It had a fine deep rose hue.' (p.111 Bernard quoting Reed, who quotes Kane).

Arctic explorers also document massive amounts of driftwood coming from the north.
Commander McClure explored Banks Land and found immense quantities of trees thrown in layers by glacious action, which evidently brought them from the north. In one ravine he found a pile of trees closely packed, to a height of forty feet. While some wood was petrified, much of it was of recent origin. These trees were found far beyond the latitude where trees grow.(Bernard, pp. 128-129)

"it can be shown by quoting those who made the farthest advance toward the supposed Poles, that it is warmer, that vegetation shows more life, that game is more plentiful than farther south," (Bernard, p.108)
"In 'Captain Hall's Last Trip,' we read: 'We find this a much warmer country than we expected, bare of snow and ice. We have found that the country abounds with life, and with seals, game, geese, ducks, musk-cattle, rabbits, wolves, foxes, bears, partridges, lemmings, etc.'" (p.108 Bernard)
"Gardner points out that birds and animals migrate to the north in winter to find warmer weather. He also notes that when explorers go north of 80 degrees north latitude, they find the water to become warmer due to warm currents coming from the polar region, and the air becomes warmer due to warm winds from the north. They cause the open sea, in place of ice, in the extreme north. They also find re pollen on icebergs and glaciers, and find logs and other debris washed ashore by those warm currents from the north." (p.121 Bernard)

The evidence from Arctic explorers appears to disprove that the Arctic is a cold frozen wasteland of just ice and snow. It appears to be teaming with life coming from the North. Admiral Byrd appears to have found a vast iceless/snowless continent of mountains and trees, teaming with life, including the wooly mammoth. The air temperature was 74 degrees. The same thing was found at the South Pole.


Consider Byrd's 1955 radio comment: "This is the most important expedition in the history of the world." Byrd appears to have considered it historically important. Was it because it extended our Arctic knowledge of new iceless continents?
To read more quotes from explorers, check out Byrd2.txt.

Water-Sky Reflections in the Arctic & Antarctic

According to Bernard, p. 117, "The skies in the Arctic and antarctic circles reflect the surface of the earth, water and ice. No great enterprise is undertaken without first consulting the water-sky."
The sky shows a reflection of the ice and the pathways through it, which good explorers know to consult for the best passageway.
When Nansen states in his journals that he saw a mirage of a smoky red sun in the sky, it could have been a reflection of an inner sun, as described in the book "Smoky Sun".
Could the same be true when the Russians saw a mirage of Sannikov Land, and when Peary and Cook saw a mirage of Crocker Land, was it a sky reflection? (Info on Sannikov & Crocker Land also Nansen and Sannikov Land, & History)

Later Research on the Location of the Polar Opening
There are currently regular expeditions from Franz Josef Land, Ellesmere Island and Greenland to the North Pole, verified by Global Positioning instruments, so today's physical North Pole cannot be the location of any polar opening.
The Earth's axis has changed: today's North Pole marks the current axis of rotation.
The Pyramid of Giza is aligned towards a former North Pole axis, before a polar shift.
Where is the actual location of the opening, the previous axis/pole?
Soviet jets were lost while flying from the Kara Sea towards Alaska, according to "Unsolved Mysteries of the Arctic", by Vilhajalmur Stefansson.

According to research at www.ourhollowearth.com/PolarOpn.htm, the Location of the Polar Opening starts about 86 miles from the North Pole in the direction of the New Siberian Islands.
This would place it at 141 E Longitude and 84.4 degrees N Latitude (5.6 degrees from the current pole [1 polar degree is 68.939 miles).
In the book, "The Smoky God", Olaf Jansen sailed NE of Franz Josef Land. The Island they found on their third day's sailing is not on our maps today. After the island, they entered the Polar Opening.
This island was in the general direction that Admiral Peary and Cook saw the mirage of "Crocker land" from the west coast of Ellesmere Island.

According to www.ourhollowearth.com/PolarOpn.htm, "Some of the observations of Nansen that support a polar opening location north of the New Siberian Islands are as follows. First, Nansen discovered a substantial stretch of open ocean north of the New Siberian Islands. In contrast, in his passage north of Norway and Russia to the New Siberian Islands, he had to stay close to the coast to get past the ice. An yet, north of the New Siberian Islands, in September of 1893 on their way north, they didn't find ice until 790 degrees N. Latitude. Only after 7 days sailing north over rolling open ocean did they reach the pack ice north of the New Siberian Islands. Then to their surprise, out on the ice pack, they found a remarkable number of birds of various kinds including snipe and seagulls, also foxes, walrus and polar bears that indicated they were in the proximity of land towards the north."
Also, "In mid winter, on January 17th, 1894, at 79 deg N Latitude, 135 deg 29' E Longitude, observations by Nansen found that a north wind raised the temperature while a south wind lowered it, indication that warm air was coming out of the north in winter -- perhaps from a land further north warmed by an inner sun. Curiously, Nansen discovered that ocean water temperatures were also warmer the further down he measured it beneath the ice, as also the air temperature above the ice when measured from the ship's crows nest was discovered to be warmer than next to the ice. Then at 80 deg 1' N Latitude, when Nansen was located 303 miles from the center of my estimated location of the North Polar Opening, on February 16-19 Nansen caught sight of a mirage of the sun... On page 163, Nansen recorded, 'Monday, February 19th...Both today and yesterday we have seen the mirage of the Sun again; today it was high above the horizon, and almost seemed to assume a round, disk-like form." He remarked that it had a hazy, smoky-red color, similar to the description of the inner sun given by Olaf Jansen in his journey of 1829 (described in the book, "The Smoky God").
"Come summer, Nansen went out on the ice pack and investigated a pollen-like substance that seemed to cover the ice everywhere with a brownish color. Inner Earth explorer Olaf Jansen explains that the northern shores of the inner world are covered with large fields that grow flowers, whose pollen is blown out over the Arctic ice fields through the North Polar Opening. Then volcanic dust fell on the Fram and settled everywhere causing discomfort and irritation. Nansen wrote in his ship's journal, "Let us go home. What have we to stay for? Nothing but dust, dust, dust."There must have been volcanic eruption on the inner continent near the Polar opening at that time because there was none on the outer world."
"Prior to his Arctic expedition, Nansen had visited Russia and consulted with their experts about their sighting of a mirage of land they termed Sannikov land north of the New Siberian Islands. The New Siberian islands even today are covered with bones and remains of mammoths and other inner earth animals that Olaf Jansen claims fell into ice crevasses of inner earth rivers that empty in to the Arctic Polar Opening... Remains of wooly rhino, steppe lions, giant deer, mammoth, foxes and a hardy breed horse that scientists claim are prehistoric are preserved in the Arctic ice."
"On the opposite side of the Arctic form the new Siberian Islands, Lt. Green of the U.S. Navy had accompanied MacMilan on his expedition northwest of Ellesmere island following the mirage of Crocker land that Peary had sighted from Cape Thomas Hubbard on his way north to discover the pole. MacMillan had turned back after journeying 120 miles out over the ice pack because the mirage of Crocker land continued to appear even farther northward no matter how far they traveled towards it. Later, lt. Green published an article in Popular Science, in 1929, that he was still convinced that Crocker land still existed and had even convinced the Navy to build a dirigible named the ZR-1 that was going to attempt an over flight of that land."
"The Eskimo tradition is that over the ice towards the northwest, in the direction Admiral Peary
Other Links from this site are: New Info, & Main Page for ourhollowearth.com

Theory of Formation of Hollow Planets with Central Sun from Nebulae:
Bernard's and Gardner's books discuss the theory behind the possibility of a hollow earth. Bernard and Gardner show pictures of Nebula with hollow areas, with a central sun. Theory has it that planets are formed from swirling nebula. Bernard and Gardner hypothesize that the centrifugal force of the swirling nebula maintains the hollow core of the nebula within the planet. Therefore all planets are hypothesized to have a hollow core with an internal sun. Comets are hypothesized to be the internal sun of a planet that was destroyed.
A bright light is seen shining from the north poles of Venus and Mars, when they have approached a certain point in their respective orbits and are tipped over at an angle in respect to our viewing angle from earth.

"Gardner quoted Professor Lowell who notes that on June 7, 1894, he was watching Mars and suddenly saw two points of light flash out from the middle of the polar cap. They were dazzling bright. The lights shone for a few minutes and then disappeared. Green, some years earlier, in 1846, also saw two spots of light at the pole of Mars."(p.143 Bernard)

"Lowell tried to explain the lights he saw as reflections of sunlight by polar ice, but Gardner denies this, quoting Professor Pickering who saw a vast area of white form at the pole of Mars within twenty-four hours, visible as a white cap, and then gradually disappear. Also Lowell saw a band of dark blue, which he took to be water from the melting ice or snow cap. Gardner believes that the so-called Martian ice cap was really fog and clouds, which also could appear and disappear so rapidly." (p.143 Bernard)

An English astronomer, W.E. Dening, writing in the scientific periodical, "Nature," concerning his observation in 1886, wrote:
"During the past few months the north polar cap of Mars has been very bright, sometimes offering a startling contrast to those regions of the surface more feebly reflective. These luminous regions of Mars require at least as much careful investigation as the darker parts. In many previous drawings and descriptions of mars, sufficient weight has not been accorded to these white spots." (p.145 Bernard)

The English astronomer, J. Norman Lockyer, in 1892, wrote about Mars: "The snow zone was at times so bright that, like the crescent of the young moon, it appeared to project beyond the planet. This effect of irradiation was frequently visible. On one occasion the snow spot was observed to shine like a nebulous star when the planet itself was obscured by clouds, a phenomenon noticed by Beer and Madler, and recorded in their work, "Fragment Sur les Corps Celestes.'

On Venus the extensive water vapor tends to equalize the temperature, so that its polar caps are not composed of ice and snow, as supposed in the case of Mars, but which Gardner doubts. Speaking of the polar caps of Venus, McPherson, in his "Romance of Modern Astronomy," says: "Polar caps have been observed, supposed by some to be similar to those on our own planet and Mars. Some astronomers, however do not regard them as snow."

The French astronomer Trouvelet, in 1878, observed at the pole of Venus a confused mass of luminous points, which Gardner attributes to light from the central sun struggling through the clouds. Since the polar cap is not made of ice, these lights cannot be a reflection of the sun. He believes this is the same case with Mars.' (Bernard, p.148)

Richard Proctor, one of the best known astronomers of the nineteenth century, wrote: "One phenomenon of Mercury, if real, might fairly be regarded as indicating Vulcan energies compared with those of our own earth would be as the puny forces of a child compared with the energies of a giant. It has been supposed that a certain bright spot seen in the black disc of Mercury when the planet is in transit indicates some source of illumination either of the surface of the planet or in its atmosphere. (p. 148 Bernard)

Read and Judge for yourself!

Admiral Byrd's Diary: Discovered after his death
Even more mysterious is Admiral Byrd's Diary. It was not discovered until after his death.
It states that his plane was intercepted by UFOs and he was taken to a conference with Nordic-race leaders. Of course, he couldn't speak about this while he was alive.
Diary Entries of Admiral Byrd:


Diary Entries of Byrd's 2/19/1947 Flight & 3/11 meeting


In February 1947, Lt Commander David Bunger discovered "Bunger's Oasis" flying inland from the Shackleton ice Shelf near Queen Mary Coast of Wilkes Land, 4 miles from the coastline where open water lies. Ice-free lakes each more than 3 miles long, warmer than the ocean. Land area of the oasis covered 300 square miles - too big to be affected by a volcanic heat supply. Warm winds from the Earth's interior could be an explanation.

Shambala in Agartha, Hollow Earth (also, Hindu, Buddhist, Mayan, Incan, Atlantean contacts with Agartha)
Byrd didn't get to North Pole in 1926
Antarctic volcanos - Mt. Erebus, Shakleton Expedition
Britannica on Byrd
Byrd Proclamations
Crop Circles

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