Quantum physics in particular has gained a lot of momentum recently.
One great example is the
conundrum of consciousness, which is directly correlated with
quantum physics and goes hand in hand with other realms of
Perhaps this is why some of Nikola Tesla's ideas were influenced by ancient Eastern philosophy.
Not many people know this, but most of our pioneering scientists were also mystics, including Issac Newton, who studied alchemy, among other subjects.
This is precisely why we shouldn't be so quick to dismiss other possible knowledge that remains hidden within ancient texts, especially when evidence is increasingly proving the strength of the connection between ancient wisdom and modern day knowledge.
We are surprisingly and inexplicably selective about which parts of ancient writings we hold to be true, and which we dismiss as fantasy.
We might take, for example, a description of ancient Greek society written by a philosopher living at the time, such as Plato or Socrates, at face value, yet when confronted with the same philosopher's description of an advanced ancient civilization, find some excuse to ignore it.
We can take Plato's description of things that are believable to the mind and accept them as fact, but as soon as we are confronted with something outside our known experience, our minds shut down, even in the face of mounting evidence lending credibility to many of these 'mythical' stories.
To read more about Plato's description in the Lost Kingdom of Atlantis.
Several ancient texts from various traditions mention beings from 'another world' that exist within our own.
One such world, referenced in Tibetan Buddhist and Hindu traditions, is Shambhala, which is a hidden kingdom within our own planet, a place which we do not understand and is difficult to find.
It's a "Spiritual" Place
According to the Dalai Lama at a speech he gave in 1985 during the Kalachakra initiations:
This closely resembles descriptions of the spiritual principles that once guided Atlantis given by Plato and other scholars.
According to Manly P. Hall, author, historian, and 33rd degree mason:
And according to the modern theosophical tradition:
Edwin Bernbaum, Ph.D., a lecturer, author, mountaineer, and scholar of comparative religion and mythology, writes that Shambhala is round but depicted as an eight-petalled lotus blossom, which is a symbol of the heart Chakra (left, above image).
He also makes it clear in his book, The Way To Shambhala, that the way is not clear.
Shambhala is a physical place existing within the human realm, but it's also a spiritual, even supernatural place, which many also believe exists within another dimension.
Michael Wood, a BBC journalist, based on his research describes it as a lost kingdom buried somewhere in the Himalayas, and writes about how the name Shambhala first appears in a text known as the Kalachakra tantra - or Wheel of Time teaching.
This Kalachakra doctrine belongs to the highest level of Buddhist Mahayana teaching.
He writes that in Shambhala, the people live in peace and harmony, and are faithful to the principles of Buddhist. In this land, war, grief and sorrow were completely unknown.
According to Michael, one commentator on the Kalachakra tantra puts it like this:
Who really knows?
Legends speak of those who have wandered to the land and never returned, or have died making the journey, while more recently, connections have been made with the UFO/extraterrestrial phenomenon.
You might not know this, but UFOs are commonly tracked on air and ground radar, while simultaneously watched by the pilots who are sent out to intercept them.
Thousands of documents are available for public viewing, and hundreds of high ranking whistleblowers have shared their stories.
If you would like to learn more about the UFO/ET phenomenon and see some of this evidence yourself, feel free to explore the exopolitcs section of our website.
As former NASA astronaut and Princeton physics professor Dr. Brian O'Leary has said,
Based on my personal research into UFOs and extraterrestrials, which spans more than 10 years, stories of flying saucers coming in and out of the ocean are quite common.
They are referred to as underwater submerged objects, and contactees, which today number in the millions, often speak of beings existing inside of our own planet - spiritual beings, 'light beings' of great intelligence.
In addition to these rumors, there are people who claim to have actually experienced this place.
Admiral Richard Byrd, a high ranking officer in the United States Navy who received a medal of honor and was the very first man to fly over the South Pole (below video), supposedly journeyed to the Hollow Earth.
Admiral Byrd also flew directly over the North Pole, writing that he saw an opening in the top.
His diary describes his adventure into the opening, where he saw lakes, rivers, green vegetation, and more. He participated in many expeditions to the North Pole, with one being a government-backed program called operation Highjump.
Organized by Admiral Byrd, its primary goal was to establish an Antarctic research base. He claims to have been greeted by a flying machine and this is when he first interacted with the beings that existed in a place that is known to many as "Agartha."
The beings told him they were concerned with the development of nuclear weapons and the overall well-being of the planet.
Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947), a well known Russian explorer, also writes of Shambhala being located in the north.
He travelled through Mongolia and China to the borders of Tibet, and says that, during a conversation with a Lama, he was told that the great,
He claimed the entrance was deep in the high mountains.
The Lama also told Roerich:
Based on my research, if there is an entrance, it's in Antarctica or deep within several mountain ranges, including the Himalayas.
And one common theme about Shambhala is that its secrets are well guarded, and cannot be reached unless one is called there.
What Do We Currently Know of Earths Core?
Our current understanding about the makeup of Earth's core is a theory, based on assumption that is taught as fact.
The evidence for the composition of the Earth's core is decent, however indirect. We have no means for directly sampling the deep interior of the Earth, humans (apparently, if they have we have not been privy to that information) have not been able to access that part of our planet.
No one has ever 'seen' the inside of our planet, or any other planet for that matter. That being said, we do have instrumentation that can help us 'see' the unseen, but the theory of Earth's core remains just that, a theory.
Again, perhaps the Hollow Earth idea is a dimensional thing, who really knows. Many great minds from the past up until the present day believe there to be something unconventional that lay beneath our feet.
For example, Leonhard Euler, a Swiss mathematician and physicist. He produced a large portion of modern mathematical terminology and notation, more specifically the notion of mathematical function.
He is considered to be one the greatest mathematicians of all time, and has approximately one thousand publications.
He believed the Earth was hollow as well as inhabited.