One of the greatest cover-ups in our history is the attempt to hide the fact that an entire civilisation of beings are living inside the Inner Earth. Although it is hard to believe, a plethora of evidence attests to this reality and bears witness to the Kingdom of Agharta. Indeed, some people have even dared to venture into these places, overcoming all the obstacles they encountered.
The story told by Norwegian fisherman Olaf Jansen is a case in point. It was recorded in the book The Smoky God, written by Willis George Emerson and published in 1908.
The book recounts the first-hand experience of a Norwegian father and his son, who set sail on their small fishing boat, and tried to find the ‘Land beyond the North Wind’, about which they had been told. Evidently, a windstorm swept them through the polar aperture and into the depths of the Hollow Earth.
Therein, they were surprised to find a land filled with forests, thriving vegetation and a warm climate – a true Paradise. Several kind giant beings welcomed them, and they spent two years there. Once Olaf returned, sailing through the opening at the South Pole, he related their adventures and what they had seen to the people he knew in his old environment, but no one believed his story. Despite this fact, he left a manuscript for posterity, in which he chronicles his experiences.