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Uploaded on May 14, 2011

NOTE: WATCH THE FULL FILM IN MY VIDEOS - Hollow Earth, Atlantis and Origin of Humans - FIVE PART SERIES

See the evidence, look at the possibilities, consider those who have gone there, and you will discover truths that have been hidden from the foundation of the world.

Located at 87.7 degrees North and South Latitude are Polar Openings
that lead into the hollow interior of our planet where the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel today dwell in perfect harmony, with life spans equal to those of the Methuselahs of the Bible, whose only desire is to live in peace. Their flying saucers in defense of their country at times are seen on our surface world.

The Nazi era Thule Society reported much about Tibetan myths of openings into the Earth. Hitler ordered a research journey for such an opening in Antarctica, based on a speech of Admiral Dönitz in front of a German submarine in 1944, when he said "The German submarine fleet is proud of having built an invisible fortification for the Führer, anywhere in the world." During the Nuremberg Trials, Dönitz spoke of "an invisible fortification, in midst of the eternal ice.

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