The Hollow Earth Theory

The Hollow Earth Theory

The question of “What could be dwelling deep within this earth?” is still being raised by some.

Based on the Hollow Earth Theory, this Earth is one hollow planet with the prehistoric entrances to the profound world, scattered all throughout it, with near both the polar caps. Since the prehistoric times, some had thought that there is the underground world inside the planet illuminated by the tiny sun, and this includes forests, lakes and mountains. 


In 1656 – 1742 AD, Edmund Halley, the English astronomer, meteorologist, physicist, geophysicist, and mathematician, may have been the first one to build up the scientific hypothesis with regards to the Hollow Earth. After some series of observations and studies of the magnetic field of the earth, Halley therefore concludes that the anomalies being observed would only be explained when the Earth was made up of 2 spheres: the internal hollow one and the external solid one and each one with its personal magnetic axis.


This supposed evidence of the theory is because the explorers have recorded that water temperatures and the air warm approach this North Pole. There are people that have also claimed it when Richard Byrd, the first ever man to fly through the poles, said that he went “beyond a Pole” he had been referring to have entered the inner Earth.

The drawing of the inner of the planet Earth had been shown in the "Interior’s World" of the Atvatabar, from the 1892 science-fiction tale of William R. Bradshaw entitled as “Goddess of Atvatabar”.


The Central Asian Buddhists thought that the wonderful land beneath our feet is called as Agartha – the place where creations are much wiser and are more beautiful than what we are. They had the king that had the power to comprehend and read a human soul and the ‘King of this World’ dwells in Shambhala.