The Hollow Earth: The Greatest Geographical Discovery in History Made by Admiral Richard E. Byrd in the Mysterious Land Beyond the Poles – The True Origin of the Flying Saucers
Widely read and reprinted many times, Raymond Bernard’s book is considered by many to be the definitive treatise on the “Hollow Earth” theory. The book purports that the Earth has a hollow and habitable interior, with a small sun in place of a molten core, and is inhabited by a race of “Superhumans” who are the descendants of the exiled residents of the long lost continents of Atlantis and Lemuria. Bernard claimed that the true North and South poles had not yet been discovered, and that in their place are concave openings to the inner Earth.
Bernard quotes several diary entries and radio announcements by polar explorer Admiral Richard E. Byrd as being definitive proof for his theory that travel to the Earth’s interior was possible. Bernard claims that Byrd’s 1947 and 1956 expeditions took him “beyond the poles” into to a land of lush, green vegetation.
Bernard also popularized the theory that Atlantean inner-Earth beings invented flying saucers (or “vimanas”) many years ago, and were now visiting our realm.
From the original back cover copy for the book: Revealed! The Underground World of Supermen Discovered Under the North Pole!
Can you explain the following?
Why does one find tropical seeds, plants and trees floating in the fresh water of icebergs?
Why do millions of tropical birds and animals go farther north in the wintertime?
If it is not hollow and warm inside the Earth at the Poles, then why does colored pollen color the Earth for thousands of miles?
Why is it warmer at the Poles than 600 to 1000 miles away from them?
Why does the north wind in the Arctic get warmer as one sails north beyond 70° latitude?
On top of it all, Admiral Byrd is supposed to have made several journeys inside the earth by traveling through the holes in the poles.
Could there be anything to Bernard s bizarre claims?
For your reading enjoyment!
To the Future Explorers of the New World that exists beyond North and South Poles in the hollow interior of the Earth. Who will Repeat Admiral Byrd’s historic Flight for 1,700 Miles beyond the North Pole and that of his Expedition for 2,300 Miles beyond the South Pole, entering a New Unknown Territory not shown on any map, covering an immense land area whose total size is larger than North America, consisting of forests, mountains, lakes, vegetation and animal life.
The aviator who will be the first to reach this New Territory, unknown until Admiral Byrd first discovered it, will go down in history as a New Columbus and greater than Columbus, for while Columbus discovered a new continent, he will discover a New World.
Dr. R. W. Bernard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
FIELDCREST PUBLISHING CO., INC.
210 Fifth Avenue, New York 10, N.Y.
Note: Author is deceased and publishing company defunct. Rights are not reserved.
- Chapter 1: Admiral Byrd’s Epoch-Making Discovery
- Chapter 2: The Hollow Earth
- Chapter 3: William Reed’s Book, “Phantom of the Poles”
- Chapter 4: Marshall B. Gardner’s Book, ” A Journey to the Earth’s Interior Or Have the Poles Really Been Discovered?”
- Chapter 5: Was the North Pole Really Discovered?
- Chapter 6: The Origin of the Eskimos
- Chapter 7: The Subterranean Origin of the Flying Saucers
- Chapter 8: Conclusion
- Flying Saucers, Propulsion and Relativity
- Comprehensive list of Dr. Bernard’s complete works