Journey to Agartha
Whether the Hollow Earth can ever be reached
The path to Agartha is one that has always been shrouded in mystery. Some say that it’s never been found. Others believe that once found, the people are never allowed to come back. To our knowledge, Admiral Richard E. Byrd is the only man to have step foot in Agartha and returned to tell the tale. Unfortunately, his story was hushed by the United States government, and the only proof we have is his diary. It can be found on this site: Admiral Byrd’s Diary. Please read it thoroughly before continuing reading this document. It is essential you read it first hand, it is too important to be skipped or skimmed. Admiral Byrd visited the ancient world of Agartha and was allowed to return to share his story with all of mankind. He wasn’t allowed to do so in his life, so we must now do it after his death. As you likely noticed, Byrd noted the presence of swastikas on the airships of Agartha. There are two very conflicting theories on why this was. They are discussed on the next page, must be understood before venturing into Agartha.
Did Hitler invade Agartha? Many people believe he escaped there through a polar opening at the end of World War II. He and his top officers are well documented as having believed in a hollow earth, and it is widely reported that he sent at least one expedition to Antarctica in search of a polar opening. If he did escape to Agartha, the presence of swastikas may suggest he took control of the inner city. Itâ€™s been traditionally described as a place of peace, which may have made it a very easy target. The second possibility is that the swastikas of Agartha were present long before the Nazi party of Germany defiled the symbol. It has an extensive history, being found in ancient cultures across the world as early as 2500 B.C.E. To the right is one such example. Countless others exist from every continent. One interpretation is that the symbol originally represented Agartha, and it was the Agarthans who first planted the seeds of human life in these regions. Why is this important before deciding to venture into Agartha? Well, it gives us some clues about where to start looking. If we do decide that certain members of Nazi leadership escaped to Agartha, we would be wise to start looking in the same areas they did. Instead of searching on foot, we may be best searching historical records. If we decide the second possibility is the most likely, we must begin plotting the earliest occurrences of the Agartha symbol or of human life in general. If weâ€™re able to determine were life on the surface first began, we may be able to find the opening though which it emerged from Agartha. I hope you take this knowledge and make use of it. I hope you do research and share your findings. I hope you network with others in your field I hope, through the work we few are doing, we will be able to usher in a new era of discovery for all of mankind. Begin the journey to Agartha, for the sake of us all.
Published on Feb 4, 2013