Flying Ships, Humanoids, and Creatures of the Subterranean World

Narrated by: Nicholas Barker
Length: 4 hrs and 32 mins
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Flying Ships, Humanoids, and Creatures of the Subterranean World is a wealth of source material on the Hollow Earth theory, which proposes that the earth does not consist of molten metal at its core, but is instead hollow, with a central sun.

This book was originally printed in small quantities, and thus became extremely rare and expensive. Finally, it has once again been made available to the general public.

In this Saucerian roundtable discussion, several luminaries in the paranormal field offer their thoughts on the Inner Earth theory. Does the subterranean world support several different races of sentient beings, as well as impressive underground cities linked by underground tunnels? Do surface dwellers sometimes stumble upon above-ground openings to this subterranean realm? Do we often meet the denizens of the underworld and not even know it?

After listening to this book, you may begin to question all you have heard from modern science about this topic.

©1971 Saucerian Press (P)2016 New Saucerian Press
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cool stuff I love the shaver mystery!<br /><br /><br />

just really good stuff put in context by the narrator Al of subterranean Mysteries specially stuff about the Darrow and the shaver mystery it is totally red to know that their stuff like that probably among us and the more that I get information about it the more bewildered I get and it just it's like an addiction and I totally love it this book was pretty cool