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Is Loch Ness connected to the Inner Earth?

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« on: July 02, 2015, 01:38:18 am »




If we hold this theory to be true, it could certainly provide an explanation for sightings of the Loch Ness Monster and similar folk 'tales'. Loch Ness is extremely deep and is the largest lake in terms of volume of water in Britain. The descriptions of the Loch Ness Monster are often similar to that of a Plesiosaur or other large marine dinosaur.


A Plesiosaur hunting.

Scientists have worked out that the fish provided by the Loch Ness could not support such a large animal. This could be explained of the animal, be it a Plesiosaur or otherwise, does not spend all of its time in the Loch but merely enters occasionally, deliberately to hunt or by accident, through entrances to the inner earth that Loch Ness has at its deep bottom. These entrances may be to other lakes or to an inner earth ocean.


Loch Ness as seen from Urquart Castle

This is just my theory, however, since so much of what we are told by the mainstream is a lie, I see no harm in speculating about this. This theory might also explain other 'mythological' creatures such as bigfoot and the Yeti, who seem to appear and disappear with no trace.
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