According to the hollow-Earth theory, the planet's interior can be accessed through the North and South poles, and hidden civilisations live and thrive in its depths. This idea has been part of the belief system of many peoples throughout the world, for time immemorial.
A large number of expeditions have journeyed to the North and South poles over the course of history, including that of US Rear Admiral Richard Byrd and other intrepid explorers. They have encountered extraordinary landscapes and discovered polar oases with quasi subtropical temperatures. They have found warm rivers and crossed extensive forests, witnessing an untold number of natural phenomena. All of them have spoken of the Hollow Earth. Operation Highjump is particularly worthy of note and it allegedly involved an expedition to Antarctica for scientific purposes. Yet, what was the real reason behind this covert operation?
Eminent astronomers and mathematicians have advocated the hollow-Earth theory, including scientists like Euler or Edmund Halley, in addition to the many writers and researchers who have cited or discussed this subterranean world. Similarly, ufologists like Ray Palmer, among others, had been long convinced that the Earth is hollow and that UFOs emerge from, and return to a civilisation comprised of superior beings who remain unseen in its unexplored interior.
What are the Poles hiding? And what should we make of the massive hole observed in photographs of the arctic regions? Furthermore, what can be said about the mysterious disappearance of entire villages in these polar areas? Does the region host a subterranean realm inhabited by unfamiliar life forms, known as the Kingdom of Agharti, and how can it be accessed?