We’ve all heard of the flat-Earth theorists who believe NASA are lying about the shape of the planet we live on – but move over, make way for ‘hollow-Earth’ theorists.
Oh yes, expect to hear more of this in the news in the coming weeks – and it’s even crazier – if that’s even possible?
The Hollow Earth Theory has found itself in the headlines this week because of the minor fact people believe there’s a race of superior ‘alien humans, Vikings and Nazis living in paradise at the centre’ of the planet.
Author of World Top Secret: Our Earth IS Hollow, Rodney Cluff told The Sun, the idea of the ‘hollow Earth’ had been gaining popularity over the past few years:
I get emails from people learning about it every day. It’s definitely growing in popularity – certainly not in the millions but maybe in the thousands?
I don’t know how the flat-Earthers can be so confused? They’re obviously wrong. The world is not flat – it’s hollow. They reject all the evidence.
Cluff was so confident in the theory he actually organised a voyage to the hollow Earth in 2007 – with a plan to set off from Russia on a ship to find the gateway, thought to be situated at the North Pole.
Conveniently though, the £15,000-per-head expedition ended up being cancelled.
Here’s a video of the theory summed up:
While flat-Earthers think the Earth is, errr, flat, the hollow Earth movement believe the planet is a ‘doughnut shape’.
The group also believe the Moon, Sun, stars and other planets are all hollow as well – and there are believed to be three substantial openings into inner Earth, two near the poles and one in the Himalayas.
Cluff believes the shell of the Earth is ‘about 800 miles thick’, from the outside to the inner surface, adding:
Suspended in the centre of that hollow is an interior sun that is divided by day and night sides.
Get this, people have actually claimed to have travelled to the inner Earth, describing the land as being like the ‘Garden of Eden’.
Hollow Earth is where all those missing odd socks go.
— DatNoFact (@datnofact) December 27, 2017
Norwegian sailor Olaf Jansen claimed he’d sailed through an entrance to middle Earth at the North Pole, back in 1811.
He said he, along with his dad, had lived in the ‘beautiful paradise’ for two years.
He also said ‘super humans’ were living there, being at least 12ft tall and never getting ill, adding:
The city of ‘Eden’ is located in what seems to be a beautiful valley, yet, in fact, it is on the loftiest mountain plateau of the Inner Continent.
Cluff said the people who live in the Earth’s centre are the ‘guardians of the planet’:
They regularly spy on us using spacecrafts and flying saucers. They want to keep an eye on us and stop us from starting nuclear war.
The majority of UFOs actually come from inside our planet.
Another hollow Earth theorist, Dianne Robbins, said those living at the centre have ‘evolved to be immortal’:
They are physical humans like we are, but they live in peace, isolation and seclusion and through this, they have gained their immortality.
All righty then!