The Hollow Earth Hypothesis

Hollow Earth’s hypothesis has been brought up almost regularly in conspiratorial cultures since it is one of the only hypotheses that is backed up by real evidence and even pictures captured by satellites that orbit Earth.

For whatever excuse, but there are a number of people who deny this hypothesis as being too ridiculous, which is very odd, to say the least.

Basically, this hypothesis suggests that as the name implies, the Planet is empty on the inside, hiding a whole world underneath and that they also have their very own Sun to warm them up like ours.

This hypothesis is backed up by a massive void that was found in the ice of the North Pole, supposedly extending all the way to the interior of our world.

Another identical void has also been found on planet Venus, which scientists have argued may have served the same function in the long run.

This hypothesis is often reinforced by the thousands of objects we have found in the past that suggest that mankind has dealt with alien-like life forms previously, but if this theory is right, they are not as “alien” in nature as we assumed they were in the first place.

People like the respected Admiral Richard Byrd have spoken about this hypothesis, legitimizing its arguments, even going as far as to report that he has encountered the creatures of the Inner Earth and that he finds them friendly and non-hostile.







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