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Deep Water III

May 1, 2018

Is it possible that intelligence agencies of nations of Earth have knowledge of a civilization or civilizations beneath our feet and yet manage to keep that a secret? If they know, why would they not let us all know? Would widespread knowledge that inner-Earthers exist really upset our world that much? We already live with the fact that some people are uniquely Northern and others decidedly Southern, that some are Westerners and others Eastern, and that there are differences in appearance, language, and religion. Interaction with insectoid or reptoid inner-Earthers would, of course, be uncomfortable at first, but many reported UFO occupants look similar enough to the familiar races of mankind to walk among us unnoticed when not wearing strange garb. My Noetitek™-assisted assessment, which includes examination of ancient writings from around the world, is that at least one inner-Earth civilization exists, that the residents appear human, and that there has been substantial interaction between them and some surface-dwellers over millennia.

Consider a comparable culture-transforming secret from western history. A secret society—whether the Priory of Sion, or another proto-Freemasonic name—whose leaders in Europe knew of the existence of what would eventually be called “the Americas” (see earlier posts such as: “Analysis: Botticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’,” January 2011, and “Analysis: Botticelli’s ‘La Primavera’,” December 2011) managed to keep it secret for hundreds of years before sending explorers to secretly map territories and stake claims. Then more time passed before openly visiting and stashing wealth for future use, then publicizing and colonizing, then breaking away in pursuit of a World Unity vision still ongoing. Meanwhile, ordinary citizens of Europe and England were encouraged to see the planet as flat. Clues to the truth about its roundness became more available to some English-speaking people after William Tyndale translated the Bible into English about five-hundred years ago, an achievement for which he was rewarded by being both strangled to death and burned at the stake as a heretic while copies of his work were similarly hunted down and destroyed.

Is there modern-day scientific evidence to support or authoritatively refute Edmond Halley’s theory? What does the leading-edge of mainstream science have to say about inner-Earth?

Interestingly, the more that scientific knowledge about Earth has advanced, the less it has tended to support that which was accepted as unquestionably true just a hundred years ago. In fact, today’s scientists can claim greater knowledge about the rest of the solar system, and even other galaxies, than about the innermost workings of our own planet. This is largely because it is so much easier to move out into space—physically and cybernetically—than it is to travel down into, or technologically probe, Earth’s interior. Consider than the radius of Earth is about four thousand miles, and then ponder the news that it took scientists nearly twenty-five years to drill a single hole only seven miles deep—seven.

Almost everything scientists claim to know about inner-Earth is based on theory and speculation. Yet, they know from experience—from their examinations of other planets—that perceptions gathered by direct, or more direct, examination often upset initial, presumptive, remotely-formulated conceptualization. Many nonscientists believe science knows all about the structure of inner-Earth from sending radio waves through the planet, but radio waves cannot penetrate rock. Scientists have used a network of instruments positioned around the globe to study seismic “body waves” towards mapping the structure of inner-Earth, but usefulness of that approach is limited, as I discovered in applying Noetitek™ to the question.

Seismic body waves are of two types, called: primary (P) and secondary (S). Primary waves move through solids, liquids, and gases, whereas secondary waves move only through solids. The pathways and speeds of both primary and secondary waves vary depending on the elasticity and density of materials encountered (and other possible factors), thus providing comparative data presently unverifiable by other means. Although analyzing the data gathered from seismographic instruments allows scientists to make educated guesses about Earth’s composition, this process is paradigmatically restrictive—i.e., the data are interpreted, and results described, in terms of the current paradigm. When I was in high school I was taught that—based on studies of seismic wave behavior—Earth has a liquid iron core. This theory, which satisfied assumptions of Cartesian-based science as well as Christian visions of Hell, prevailed in the 20th century despite some strongly contradictory indications gathered from earthquake activity and despite a breakthrough paper published in 1936 by scientist Inge Lehmann, arguing that, based on her analysis of the best available data, there had to be a solid ball at the center of the planet. Her findings were finally accepted, but not until thirty-four years later (talk about glass ceilings). Now that another forty-eight years have passed, it is time to further accept Lehmann’s information as supporting Edmond Halley’s theory of Earth’s structure, including the presence of a central sphere suspended within the planet.

This paradigm-shift remains impeded at present, however, by persistent adherence to larger “scientific beliefs” about the way planets are birthed and evolve throughout the cosmos, tracing back to the mis-conceptualized Big Bang Theory of creation of the universe entire. The idea that Earth became, or began as, a molten mass of material, still cooling today, allows scientists to persist in believing that although the core may be solid at this time, it is not completely solid, only increasingly solid by tiny increments. Unwittingly, they are describing by way of seismic waves that which can be called a central sun if Earth’s core is surrounded, as it may well be, not by liquid metals but by a gaseous atmosphere covering extremely hardened land masses and oceans of water connected to surface oceans by polar openings. Within such environment, we can find good reason why highly intelligent bipeds would thrive and a civilization develop.

The mainstream science idea that the temperature at the “lower mantle”—the area possibly populated by inner-surface dwellers—is some four-thousand degrees Fahrenheit is highly conjectural, based on the tenuous planetary formation theorizing, not instrument readings. The boring done by Soviet scientists reached a depth of less than eight miles, whilst the lower mantle lies unreachable at eighteen-hundred miles below the surface. The increasing level of heat detected during drilling may be attributed to deep tectonic stresses and to related volcanic activity, all within Earth’s thin crust, heat that may diminish or cease at a certain depth. The fact that mainstream theorizing of Earth’s structure has proved inadequate to explain how the planet generates its magnetic field—a problem scientists admit—should be a big clue that professed scientific knowledge of Earth’s interior is mainly erroneous speculation.

Or disinformation. If disinformation is masking higher-quality scientific information, then some individuals are doing the disinforming intentionally, others unknowingly, and those serving the deception with knowledge of the truth must be held to secrecy by something more than promises. It is not for no reason that those who join the ranks of Freemasonry, for example, must agree to suffer the death penalty if they reveal sacred secrets. Notwithstanding, sometimes creative members are allowed, even encouraged, to express matters subject to secrecy through works rendered in service to the Society—e.g., Botticelli and da Vinci and, perhaps, H. G. Wells (among other reported members such as Victor Hugo, Jean Cocteau, and Claude Debussy). The purpose for such works may be esoteric and commemorative or exoteric propagandizing—occulted or revelatory.

Was H. G. Wells a member? I have no proof of it, other than circumstantial; members are not required to identify themselves as such. However, the circumstantial evidence is strong: His books: A Modern Utopia (1905), Open Conspiracy (1928), The Shape of Things to Come (1933), and The New World Order (1940), all promoted One World governance, in the belief that a Utopian/socialistic restructuring worldwide was best for humanity. His book, Crux Ansata, written during World War II, was anti-Catholic in the extreme, and Freemasonry, with its Knights Templar background, is no friend to Catholicism. But it is his 1895 work of fiction, The Time Machine, that is most interesting to me here because it tells the story of a man who travels into the far future where he finds a naïve and passive race of surface-dwelling humans preyed upon by inner-Earth humanoid monsters that enslave them and more. The book is reminiscent of Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s 1871 occult novel: The Coming Race, story of a subterranean master race, dwellers in an underground Utopia who fear interaction with the violent people who live on the surface above. Were these science fiction stories visionary and propagandizing? Precautionary? Were they based on knowledge held secret toward furtherance of an occult agenda? All the above? As head of British Intelligence during World War II, Wells is one who would likely have had access to—perhaps guardianship over—evidence for Brinsley Le Poer Trench’s “most closely guarded international secret.”

Of course, “underground” can be literal, or metaphorical, or both. In any case, I can say for certain, based on firsthand close observation and interaction, that otherworldly UFOs and related paranormal phenomena are real; that there are other humanoid/bipedal races operating on and/or living inside the Earth; and that there is a One World Government agenda—an open conspiracy, for better or worse.