Ancient traditions link the origins of ‘Agharta’ to biblical Noah and the destruction of the civilisation of Atlantis.
Atlantis was a highly evolved civilisation whose technology was hugely developed. They had space ships that ran on unlimited energy, and numerous researchers have corroborated this fact, which is supported by copious evidence. It should be noted however, that the civilisation’s final era, which preceded its ultimate destruction, was characterised by decline, and their armies waged terrible wars involving sophisticated weapons, despite their having received warnings from beings who tried to help humanity of the time, before the Great Flood.
Many survivors from Atlantis, Lemuria and Hyperborea found refuge in the Hollow Earth, and they are the continuation of earlier civilisations who learnt their lesson, and have continued to develop peacefully ever since.
Indian, Greek, Egyptian and Mayan myths – and even Persian stories from ‘A Thousand and One Nights’ – recount the history of the Atlantean civilisation, from its maximum splendour to its decline and demise. They also describe the beginnings of our current humanity, which appears to be following in their footsteps towards self-destruction, and will continue in that direction, unless we do something to stop it.