In 1946, scholars began discussing about an undiscovered subterranean population for the first time. This occurred when Richard Shaver, a writer, journalist, and scientist, informed readers of the American paranormal magazine Amazing Stories about his encounter with subsurface aliens. Shaver claims to have spent many weeks in the underworld of mutants, which are comparable to demons as recounted in old traditions and folklore. By the way, virtually every country has mythology about a race of ancient animals that lived on the planet Earth millions of years before a human foot set foot on it. They are infinitely knowledgeable, brilliant, and culturally evolved, yet they refuse to interact with humans.
This “contact” could be attributed to the author’s wild imagination if not for hundreds of reader responses claiming to have visited underground cities, communicated with their inhabitants, and witnessed various technological marvels that not only provided the Earth’s underground inhabitants with a comfortable existence in its depths but also gave them the opportunity to… control the consciousness of earthlings! Surprisingly, this amazing account had a major influence on scientists and rekindled interest in the paranormal. However, the 17th-century English scientist Edmund Halley, as well as novelists Jules Berne in his novel Journey to the Center of the Earth, Edgar Poe in Arthur Gordon Pym’s Narrative, and others, asserted in their writings that the Earth is an empty sphere. Furthermore, in the United States of America throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, the notion of outfitting a special scientific expedition to establish that our world is a hollow sphere with easy access to its depths through holes in the earth’s crust was contemplated. However, as time has passed, it has become clear that getting underground is not that simple. The “Kola well,” located on the Kola Peninsula in Murmansk in Russia, is by far the deepest hole. Beginning in 1970, it was drilled for scientific reasons.
After five years, the Kola well had reached a depth of 7 kilometers (about 23,000ft). The project was abandoned in 1989 after the drill became trapped in rock at a depth of little over 12km (almost 40,000ft or 8 miles). That is the current record for the deepest human-achieved depth. As a result, the Earth’s shell is far greater than scientists can discover. According to Third Reich maps, the Earth is hollow. The fascinating underground realm piqued the curiosity of Third Reich scientists as well. For example, in 1942, with the cooperation of Goering and Himmler, an expedition comprised of National Socialist Germany’s most sophisticated brains set out to search for a subterranean civilization in a highly classified environment. The “home” of antiquity’s super-developed peoples was said to be located on the Baltic Sea island of Rugen. Other objectives were also set for the trip. German scientists sincerely thought that by burying fundamentally new radar units, they would be able to achieve their aim of world dominance. Two American miners, David Fellin and Henry Thorne discovered a massive door with marble stairs behind it while tunneling in 1963. The Sheppton Mine Disaster and Rescue occurred on August 13, 1963, in Sheppton, Pennsylvania, which is located in the anthracite coal area of Schuylkill County in eastern Pennsylvania. Following the collapse of a mine shaft, three men were trapped 330 feet underground. Two weeks later, on Tuesday, August 27th, two of the miners, Henry Throne and David Fellin, were rescued after rescuers successfully drilled a 17 1/2-inch and later a 28-inch borehole into their chamber, while the third miner, Lou Bova, was tragically killed while trapped in another part of the mine.
The story of Throne and Fellin’s survival and rescue captivated the public, but it was what they claimed they saw and heard while enslaved that captivated the public, statements that both men swore as to their authenticity, both privately and publicly, emphatic declarations that they took to their graves, despite the fact that others believed they had witnessed the same hallucinations at the same time. On August 29, 1963, the Philadelphia Inquirer published David Fellin’s ‘affidavit,’ in which he stated, “Now they’re trying to convince me those things were hallucinations, that we dreamed it all.” We didn’t do it. It wasn’t as if our imaginations were playing tricks on us. I’ve always been a realistic, hardworking coal miner. Down in the underground, my mind was clear. It’s still visible.” Fellin went on to say that some of the sights he and Throne witnessed were beyond words, but that “on the fourth or fifth day, we spotted this door despite the fact that we had no light from above or from our helmets.” A strong blue light shone through the door. It was crystal clear, much clearer than sunshine. The door was opened by two ordinary-looking males who were not miners. On the opposite side, we could see lovely marble steps. We saw it for a while and then didn’t see it again… We witnessed a lot of other strange things that you couldn’t explain. But I won’t tell you about them since I’m too upset about everything.” Other miners in England were already building an underground tunnel when they heard the noises of functioning machinery below. A stairway leading to an underground well was found after the stone pile was torn through. The sounds of motors whirring grew louder. The workmen fled, terrified to death, and when they returned to this location after a while, they couldn’t discover either the entrance to the subterranean well or the steps. In the 1970s, fascinating photos were collected from an American satellite, which were later published in several Western scientific journals: the satellite identified a black patch of the proper shape, like a gigantic hole, in the location where the North Pole should be located. If not for identical shots taken a few years later, it might be conceivable to credit these images to equipment malfunctions. The accounts of anthropologist James Macken, who investigated a cave in Idaho that is well-known among the local inhabitants, are also fascinating.
After several hundred meters of careful progress through a vast stone passage, Makkena and his comrades heard shouts and groans, and horrifying discoveries in the shape of human bones came before them. Unfortunately, further study of the cave, which was thought to be the gateway to the underworld in these sections, had to be halted due to the stench of sulfur. When it comes to scientific opinion, geologists disagree with the hypothesis of the Earth’s widespread cavity, however, they do not rule out the possibility of massive empty areas in its depths. People are unlikely to be able to live there since our planet has a very high temperature, very little oxygen, and a variety of other gases that are incompatible with human existence. All of this inspired irate experts to concoct a new theory: might the subterranean civilization have been created by extraterrestrials? After all, why not? Perhaps alien entities, bored of mankind’s incessant wars and bloodshed, relocated below, where they continue to monitor our progress… They appear from time to time from beneath the planet, rather than from other galaxies. Flying saucers spend time in the skies, coming into contact with humans and conducting horrific experiments on them. But here’s a valid question: if our Earth is still empty on the inside, why hasn’t the entry to the underworld been located yet? A group of American experts got the closest to discovering the truth, claiming that underground cities exist… in the fourth dimension. Tunnel portals open on the Earth’s surface only when the Earth’s electromagnetic field shifts, enabling you to observe underground cities and their residents. This is not feasible at other times. Many puzzling events might be explained if we truly believe that intelligent entities exist below the depths of our planet.