The Hollow Earth: The Greatest Geographical Discovery in History [Audiobook]

The Hollow Earth: The Greatest Geographical Discovery in History [Audiobook]
The Hollow Earth: The Greatest Geographical Discovery in History [Audiobook] by Raymond Bernard PhD, read by David Bufton
2018 | M4B@64 kbps | 7 hours and 19 minutes | 199.57MB

In this audiobook, Bernard claims that flying saucers not only exist, but that they are the vehicles of a super-race that lives in a huge, underground world, whose entrance is at the Earth's north and south poles. In essence, the Earth is really a fat donut, with little holes at the top and bottom. The seawater and geographical forms stay in place as the surface of the donut curves inward and upside down, held in place by gravity. (Not so kooky when you think about it.)

These "extraterrestrials" are actually our ancestors, and they are from the Inner Earth or Agharta. Admiral Byrd's epic 1,700-mile flight into the North Polar opening startled those privy to the information, leading to an official naval "hush up" of anyone knowing the truth. Those who "know too much" about flying saucers have been targeted ever since.