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Is Loch Ness connected to the Inner Earth?

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« on: July 02, 2015, 01:37:24 am »

Loch nam Breac Dearga

St Columba, the man who converted the Picts to Christianity, is said to have met with a 'water beast' in the 7th century in what is said to be the earliest reported sighting of Nessie. His ability to persuade the monster from attacking a man it had a hold of by ordering it to 'Go back at once' contributed to the conversion on the pagan picts.

The Hollow Earth theory was believed by members of the Nazi Thule Society and was written about by people such as Jules Verne, who explored the hollow earth theme in his book, A Journey to the Center of the Earth.

The theory is that the earth has a centre of gravity is just under the earth's crust rather than at the earths centre. The earth is believed to have an inner 'sun', ocean and land masses. If we hold this to be true then is it not possible that there could be a plethora of life in the inner earth that we do not see on the surface. Dinosaurs, for example, might have escaped there through underground or deep sea entrances as or before they were wiped out on the earth's surface. Indeed, going under the earth into a new environment would be extremely logical for an animal that was facing extinction due to cataclysms that we are told were taking place on the surface around 65 millions years ago.
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