by Rodney M. Cluff
October 04, 2009

from OurHollowEarth Website


It is assumed that the polar openings were formed when the earth was created because centrifugal force would throw matter away from the axis of rotation leaving a hollow in the earth and polar openings at the polar axis.


Additionally, the earth's foundational premise is a spiritual hollow globe upon which space dust and rocks accumulated.

If these assumptions are correct, then the original locations of the polar openings of the earth were at its polar axis, centered on the north and south poles. There exists, however, evidence that the earth has been bypassed by planet sized comets in the past geologic history of the earth, one or more of which tilted the earth's axis to one side.


The Pyramid of Giza, which this author believes was built before the Flood of Noah, has a construction orientation aligned with the original axis of rotation of the earth. When the passageway into the pyramid was first discovered it was soon realized that it had originally pointed towards what was then the North Polar Star. That star is not Polaris, the North Star of today.


It has shifted several degrees, indicating that the earth's axis may have been tilted since the construction of that pyramid.

Hollow Earth enthusiasts originally thought that the polar openings were centered over the poles. However, it has been evident since with the advent of intense polar exploration that the openings are NOT located centered over the poles.


The United States has a permanent station located at the South Pole on the Antarctic continent. And the North Pole has been crossed several times by polar explorers beginning with the Amundsen dirigible expedition in 1926 which flew from Spitsbergen to Alaska over the Pole.


Wally Herbert took his dog sleds over the pole from Alaska to Spitsbergen going the opposite direction. Also the Soviet Ice Breaker, The Yamal, takes tourists to the pole each year north of Franz Josef Land.


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Bradley Air Service out of Resolute Bay in northern Canada (819-252-3981) regularly flies tourists, scientists and adventurers to the North Pole from the Canadian side of the top of the world for $24,000 per each two-day trip in which a ski landing at the pole is made weather permitting.


Two other, more expensive, seven-night trips are offered by High Arctic International (819-252-3616) for $8,650 per person is based also in Resolute Bay, and Arctic Odysseys (206-455-1960) $11,000 out of Medina, Washington. These trips depart each April and include visits to both the geographic and magnetic North Poles, dog sledding along the northwestern coast of Greenland, and overnight stops on Ellesmere Island at the Eureka Weather Station and Grise Fjord. (December 1993, Outside Magazine, p. 50)

Still, there are anomalous occurrences that indicate the polar openings do exist.


The warm north wind in winter, the warm winter foehn storms that come from the north, the drift wood with green leaves, the migration of birds and animals, the solar wind emanating from the polar region to light up the auroras and then trapped in the Van Allen Radiation Belts are a few of the evidences for the existence of polar openings.


North Polar Opening

My latest estimate of the location of the North Polar Opening is based on several considerations.


There is the case of the Lost Soviet flyers who flew north from Russia and were lost somewhere between the Kara Sea on the Russian side of the pole and Alaska, as reported by Vilhajalmur Stefansson in his book, UNSOLVED MYSTERIES OF THE ARCTIC.



Then there is the Olaf Jansen's story in which he described their 1829 trip through the North Polar Opening in their small boat sailing between leads in the ice on a course heading North East of Franz Josef Land.


Recently, in Jan Lamprecht's book, Hollow Planets, he describes the sighting by Peary and Cook and other arctic explorers such as Col. Green of the U.S. Navy of a mirage of land North West of Ellesmere Island in Northern Canada. Jan also writes of the Russian sighting of Sannikov land north of Russia.


The Amundsen dirigible transpolar flight of 1926 from Spitsbergen to the Pole and from the Pole to about 100 miles west of Point Barrow, Alaska would indicate the north polar opening would need to be located to one side of their line of flight.


The British arctic explorer, Wally Herbert, also took this same path only from the other direction from Alaska to Spitsbergen.

NORAD image of the north polar showing polar orbiting satellite paths


My friend Ivars recently sent me an image that a security guard snapped with his cell phone camera off a NORAD computer screen showing the flight paths of all the polar orbiting satellites.


The interesting part of this image is that on the Russian side of the pole, there are no orbiting satellites between about 115° E Lon and 155° E Lon.


You can see North Land, Russia jutting out into the Arctic Ocean opposite the geographic pole. This is the strongest evidence I have seen that the polar opening is located on the Russian side of the pole.

Some of the first satellites put up over the pole were lost.


This most likely happened because they were attempting to put them in orbit over the polar opening without realizing it. Subsequent polar orbiting satellites, therefore, have all been placed in orbit such that they do not pass over the the polar opening.


With no matter over the polar opening to exert a gravitation acceleration towards the center of the planet, satellites put in orbit over the polar opening would be lost into space if above a certain distance, or if too close to the surface, would follow the curvature of the opening into the earth and crash inside the earth.


When we go to the inside of the earth in our upcoming expedition, we may find that those first lost satellites actually crashed on the inner surface of the earth's shell.

Japanese Weather Satellite arctic ice photo


In 2008, my cousin found some Japanese Weather Satellite imagery where he claimed he could see the north polar opening as a permanent oval feature throughout all the stills of the video.


After analyzing it carefully, I discovered that this oval is located exactly at the North Geographic Pole.


In this still image from the video (see above), M'Clure Strait can be seen just north of Banks Island on the northern coast of Canada. To the left top of the oval area in question, can be seen North Land, Russia jutting out into the Arctic Ocean. The video this image was distilled from can be viewed on his website.


The problem I see with this oval being the polar opening, is that it is located exactly at the North Geographic Pole.

Other satellite images of the Arctic have displayed a "hole" at the exact geographic pole as result of a lack of imagery in that area. For example, see here.


When asked why satellite imagery shows a "hole" at the geographic pole, the response was that the satellite imagery doesn't quite reach up to the pole and so leaves a "hole" in the imagery.


So these "holes" in the satellite imagery do not depict an actual hole in the earth.


The reason polar orbiting satellites cannot take imagery clear up to the pole is revealed in the NORAD polar satellite paths image my friend Ivars sent me. The reason is - NO polar orbiting satellite can pass over the pole because the polar opening is too close to it. Polar orbiting satellites cannot pass over the polar opening because it has no matter to exert a gravitational acceleration on the satellite to keep it in orbit if it went over the opening.


This is a key to locating the polar opening.

In the Japanese Weather Satellite video, it obviously is a composite video over time of the change in Arctic ice. You can see the extent of the ice varying in extent as the video progresses. So the oval seen at the geographic pole in the video is just a "hole" in the imagery, but not the actual polar opening leading into the hollow earth.

The fact is the polar opening cannot be located at the exact geographic pole. The reason is because the pole has been crossed several times, and if an opening into the earth were located there, it could not have been crossed. For example, the Amundsen Nobile dirigible expedition flew across the geographic north pole from Spitsbergen to Alaska in 1926.


The U.S. nuclear submarine, the Nautilus, crossed the pole from Alaska in 1958. Wally Herbert from Britain crossed the pole from Alaska to Spitsbergen with his dog sleds in 1969.

In late 2008, I was contacted by Retired U. S. Air Force Colonel Billie Faye Woodard.


We visited Billie in Pahrump, Nevada in November, and I have been writing a biography that you can read here. Billie has had a very interesting life, much of it having to do with Our Hollow Earth. After joining the military, Billie was assigned to Area 51 in Nevada, USA.


While at Area 51, Billie was assigned an office in the Administration and Archives, level 6.


Billie distinctly remembers reading a 35 page document on the discoveries of Our Hollow Earth by Admiral Richard E. Byrd, and before leaving the military recorded the exact coordinates of the north polar opening on a piece of paper Billie managed to take upon being discharged from the military. For the North Polar Opening, those coordinates are 87.7° N Lat, 142.2° E Lon.


I have determined that these coordinates give the most correct estimate of the location of the North Polar Opening and supported by all the evidence I have been able to gather.

If we draw a line northeast of Franz Josef Land, and another northwest of Ellesmere Island in the direction the Crocker land mirage was sighted as described in Jan Lamprecht's book on Hollow Planets, the two lines meet at about 142.2° E Longitude and 87.7° North Latitude.

So let's analyze these new coordinates. From the center of the polar opening at these coordinates to the geographic pole is about 135 miles. So the geographic pole is actually somewhat within the polar opening.

Let's assume that the polar opening is symmetrical with a curving surface instead of being a straight hole through the planet. Since most of the earth's atmosphere is located in the first 45 miles from the surface, then perhaps the polar opening is twice that at it's smallest diameter. So we'll estimate a 90 mile wide polar opening at it's smallest diameter at it's "neck."


That would place the span from the center of the polar opening to the periphery where the earth begins to curve into the opening at 890 miles. The North Geographic pole would be on the top rim of the perimeter, somewhat inside where the opening begins to dip into the polar hole.


This would explain why Wally Herbert had some difficulty in pinpointing the exact geographic pole on his dog sled trek across the Arctic in 1969.


Drawing Cross Section of North Polar Opening

Rodney M. Cluff 1/29/2009

In this drawing of the North Polar Opening, the thickness of the earth's shell is assumed to be 800 miles.


If the earth's shell were any larger, say a thousand or 2,000 miles thick, the polar opening would be too big to be hidden in the Arctic Ocean. So the 800 mile estimate of the earth's shell thickness is a reasonable estimate. It is the estimate of the earth's shell thickness given by the Inner Earth Guide in Etidorhpa and confirmed by Col. Woodard.


The beginning of the curvature into the opening begins at 890 miles diameter. At the center of the polar opening, I am estimating the diameter to be 90 miles.

On a map, the perimeter would begin at about 784 miles from Point Barrow, Alaska and the center of the polar opening would be located at 87.7° N Latitude and 142.2° E Longitude (2.3° from the pole). From Point Barrow, Alaska, the perimeter would begin at 784 statute miles and the inner continent, which I estimate to be located half way through the polar opening, at 1,413 miles.


The direction from Point Barrow is a bearing of 2.3° to the left of the geographic north pole. The direction to the North Pole can be determined at midnight during the spring and summer when the sun can be seen directly across the pole from Point Barrow.

This location for the polar opening would be consistent with the Soviet Flyers who flew north of the Kara Sea towards Alaska and were lost. This position is also consistent with the Soviet Ice Breakers who take tourists to the pole each year north of Franz Josef Land.


This estimated location would place the opening on the Russian side of Amundsen's line of flight from the Pole to Alaska, and yet also be in the line of sight of the direction that Admiral Peary sighted the mirage of Crocker land from the west coast of Ellesmere Island in Northern Canada.


Indicative that the curve into the opening has already begun near the pole is Amundsen's navigator error upon reaching Alaska.


They had assumed a straight line of flight from Spitsbergen to the Pole and from the Pole to Point Barrow, Alaska, but upon arriving in Alaska were surprised that they were around a 100 miles too far west of Point Barrow, closer towards the Bering Sea that they didn't even see Point Barrow. This may indicate that near the pole they had actually dipped somewhat down into the polar opening causing their straight line of flight to be skewed to the right somewhat.

Wally Herbert on his dog sled crossing of the north pole from Alaska to Spitsbergen also had a hard time pin pointing the north pole.


He had to retrace his path towards Spitsbergen back to the pole after having supposedly crossed the Pole in order to find it, and even then he had difficulty pin pointing the location of the pole because the sun height would vary above the horizon throughout the day, which indicates he was actually some distance inside the polar opening as he was attempting to pin point the location of north pole.

On The Smoky God, Olaf Jansen mentioned that as he and his father left Franz Josef Land on their expedition to the Hollow Earth,

"we seemed to be in a strong current running north by northeast."

The island they found on their third day's sailing northeast of Franz Josef Land is not on our maps today.


They found a large accumulation of drift-wood on the northern shore of that island, trunks of coniferous trees two feet in diameter and forty feet long. This encouraged them to continue north.


Again, several days further on, on page 84, Olaf reported,

"...we discovered...that we were sailing slightly north by northeast."

If this can be taken as any indication of the direction they were sailing, the north polar opening would seem to be located northeast of Franz Josef Land, in the same area that the Soviet flyers were lost, as described in Vilhajalmur Stefansson's book, UNSOLVED MYSTERIES OF THE ARCTIC, and in the same direction that Admiral Peary and Cook saw the mirage of Crocker land from the west coast of Ellesmere Island.

The Norwegian arctic explorer, Dr. Fridtjof Nansen, in his Farthest North, relates several anomalous occurrences on his Arctic expedition in his ship the Fram.


Of all Arctic explorers we have record of, Nansen was the one that got closest to the North Polar Opening without entering and discovering it. Some of the observations of Nansen that support a polar opening location north of the New Siberian Islands are as follows.

An area north of the New Siberian Islands shows no ice


First, Nansen discovered a substantial stretch of open ocean north of the New Siberian Islands. In contrast, in his passage north of Norway and Russia to the New Siberian Islands, he had to stay close to the coast to get past the ice.


And yet, north of the New Siberian Islands, in September of 1893 on their way north, they didn't find ice until 79° N. Latitude.


Only after 7 days sailing north over rolling open ocean did they reach the pack ice north of the New Siberian Islands. Curiously, images gleaned from satellite imagery on the Living Earth website shows a permanent area north of the New Siberian Islands that has no ice. This could be an indication that the polar opening is located on the Russian side of the pole.

To Nansen's surprise, out on the ice pack, they found a remarkable number of birds of various kinds including snipe and seagulls, also foxes, walrus and polar bears that indicated they were in the proximity of land towards the north. They passed the winter with their ship frozen in the ice pack and while waiting out the winter, they took scientific measurements and observations.


They found rock and large quantities of mud and driftwood on some of the icebergs that indicated to Nansen that much of the Arctic ice originates in some river, perhaps further to the north than they were then located - in some uncharted land.

In mid winter, on January 17th, 1894, at 79° N Latitude, 135° 29' E Longitude, observations by Nansen found that a north wind raised the temperature while a south wind lowered it, indicating that warm air was coming out of the north in winter - perhaps from a land further north warmed by an inner sun.


Curiously, Nansen discovered that ocean water temperatures were also warmer the further down he measured it beneath the ice, as also the air temperature above the ice when measured from the ship's crows nest was discovered to be warmer than next to the ice.

Then at 80 deg 1' N Latitude, when Nansen was located about 540 miles from the center of my estimated location of the North Polar Opening, on February 16-19 Nansen caught sight of a mirage of the sun. Most likely they were then located near the lip of the polar opening. They thought it must be a mirage of our outer sun.


But there is a possibility that it could have been a mirage of the inner sun.


On page 162, Nansen recorded,

"Monday, February 19th... Both today and yesterday we have seen the mirage of the Sun again; today it was high above the horizon, and almost seemed to assume a round, disk-like form."

He remarked that it had a hazy, smoky-red color, similar to the description of the inner sun given by Olaf Jansen, whose father also at first thought it was a mirage, when they first caught sight of it in their 1829 journey to the inner world through the North Polar Opening northeast of Franz Josef Land.

Come summer, Nansen went out on the ice pack and investigated a pollen-like substance that seemed to cover the ice everywhere with a brownish color. Inner Earth explorer Olaf Jansen explains that the northern shores of the inner world are covered with large fields that grow flowers, whose pollen is blown out over the Arctic ice fields through the North Polar Opening.


Then volcanic dust fell on the Fram and settled everywhere causing discomfort and irritation.


Nansen wrote in his ship's journal,

"Let us go home. What have we to stay for? Nothing but dust, dust, dust."

There must have been volcanic eruption on the inner continent near the Polar Opening at that time because there was none on the outer world. The dust must have blown out of the Polar Opening onto the ice and upon Nansen's ship, the Fram.

Prior to his Arctic expedition, Nansen had visited Russia and consulted with their experts about their sighting of a mirage of land they termed Sannikov land north of the New Siberian Islands.


The New Siberian islands even today are covered with bones and remains of mammoths and other inner earth animals that Olaf Jansen claims fell into ice crevasses of inner earth rivers that empty into the Arctic Polar Opening where they froze and later were carried out to sea and eventually ended up deposited on northern Arctic shores. Remains of woolly rhino, steppe lions, giant deer, mammoth, foxes and a hardy breed horse that scientists claim are prehistoric are preserved in the Arctic ice.


Recently these scientists have been attempting to find some of these exotic animal remains that are frozen and preserved in Arctic ice.


They want to take samples of the frozen flesh and use it to clone these exotic animals to start a sort of Jurassic Park. Little do they know that a Jurassic Park already exists located inside Our Hollow Earth, and can be reached through the North Polar Opening, north of the New Siberian Islands, from whence all the frozen exotic carcasses come from.

On the opposite side of the Arctic from the New Siberian Islands, Lt. Green of the U.S. Navy had accompanied MacMillan on his expedition northwest of Ellesmere Island following the mirage of Crocker land that Peary had sighted from Cape Thomas Hubbard on his way north to discover the pole.


MacMillan had turned back after journeying 120 miles out over the ice pack because the mirage of Crocker land continued to appear ever farther northward no matter how far they traveled towards it.


Later, Lt. Green published an article in Popular Science Monthly, in the December 1923 issue, that he was still convinced that Crocker land still existed and had even convinced the Navy to build a dirigible named the ZR-1 that was going to attempt an over flight of that land.


Here is Lt. Green's Arctic map showing his estimated location of that unknown land that MacMillan and his Eskimos thought was just a mirage.


In warmer climates of the world, a mirage mostly looks like water on the horizon because it is reflecting the blue sky.


But in the Arctic, a mirage is caused by warm moist air that comes up out of the Polar Opening from the Inner World. This layer of warmer air above the colder air next to the ice causes mirages or reflections of the ground or ice on the ocean, and not the sky, as in the warmer climates of the world.


In the warmer climates of the world the temperature of the air becomes colder with height above the ground. Just the opposite is the case in the Arctic and Antarctic. Warm, moist air emanating from the earth's hollow interior through the polar openings rises above the ice and serves as a boundary of air that reflects objects on the ground.


Jan Lamprecht, in his book, Hollow Planets, gives convincing evidence that the mirage of Peary's Crocker land and Cook's Bradley land could easily have been a double inverted image of land within the North Polar Opening located somewhere northwest of Ellesmere Island within the area Lt. Green termed on his map the "Unexplored Area."


Notice that my estimated location for the North Polar Opening is located within Green's unexplored area. The land that Green thought must be there, is, however, actually located within the Polar Opening.

Another curious story that relates to Lt. Green's estimated location of Crocker land is the disappearance of the Viking Greenland colony. In 985 A.D., Eric the Red discovered Greenland and subsequently settled it with Viking residents of Iceland. The Greenland colony, consisting of two settlements on the west coast of Greenland, one further north than the other, thrived for several centuries, but then as Europe became embroiled in war and the disease of the plague, the Norwegians lost contact with their Arctic colonies in Iceland and Greenland.


The last ship known to have returned from their Arctic colonies to Norway was in 1410.


When the Dark Ages had past and Greenland was once again rediscovered with Hans Egede establishing the first modern settlement there in 1721, all that could be found of the original Viking settlers was their ruins and some of their animals.


Even the Arctic author Vilhajalmur Stefansson in his book, UNSOLVED MYSTERIES OF THE ARCTIC, concluded that the disappearance of the lost Viking colony in Greenland was a mystery.


The Viking colonists had apparently migrated further and further north where they found wild life and fish more plentiful, until they disappeared.

In an attempt at determining where the lost Viking Greenland colony went, Lt. Green says he reviewed the Eskimo traditions. The Eskimos say the Vikings had migrated further and further north, then one day their men found a paradise in the north - a place the Eskimo had always known about but stayed away from because they believed it to be inhabited by evil spirits.


The Viking explorer parties had come back and had told the rest of their Greenland colony of their wonderful discovery. All promptly packed their bags, and singing songs, departed suddenly northward and never returned.


The Eskimo tradition is that over the ice towards the northwest, in the direction Admiral Peary sighted Crocker land and Cook sighted Bradley land, is a ...

"land that is warm; is clothed in summer verdure the year around; is populated by fat caribou and musk-ox. It lies," they say even to this day, "in the direction of the coastal trail-route north."

Lt. Green shows that trail on his map.


It is located on the west side of Greenland, and goes up around Ellesmere Island, and out over the pack ice in a northwest direction towards the land he claimed exists in the "Unexplored Area."


That is the same area I have estimated the North Polar Opening is located.

direction mirages of land seen in arctic


Jan Lamprecht has a map on page 193 of his book, HOLLOW PLANETS, showing the location and directions of sightings of mirages of anomalous lands in the arctic, which are not found on any current day maps.


Taking these sightings and triangulating them towards the points towards which they were observed and from the locations in which they were sighted, gives us another indication where the center of the North Polar Opening most likely is located. North from the New Siberian Islands the Russians sighted the mirage of Sannikov land. Northwest of Ellesmere Island was the sighting of Crocker land by Admiral Peary, Lt. Green and MacMillan.


Bradley land was also sighted in that same general direction by Polar explorer Dr. Cook on his way to discover the pole. From Alaska, from Harrison Bay, was sighted land also towards the north west by Captain Keenan.


If we draw a line from each of these locations towards their respective directions in which anomalous land was sighted, we arrive at the approximate location of the North Polar Opening.


The Transpolar Drift

See a map of the Transpolar Drift:


The Transpolar Drift has been known since at least the days of Fridtjof Nansen, who in 1893 sailed his ship, the Fram, north of the New Siberian Islands looking for Sannikov land, which the Russians had seen a mirage of in that direction.


Nansen embedded his ship in the ice and drifted across the Arctic in the ice flows to the east side of Greenland. This arctic current called the Transpolar Drift acts like a swift running stream of water in a ditch. In fact, the underwater canyons in this area follow the same direction as the Transpolar Drift.


On this map (below) you can see three ocean bottom ridges crossing the Arctic ocean in the same direction as the Transpolar Drift.


As you look at the above mentioned map of the Transpolar Drift, you will notice that a powerful ocean current comes out of the area where I estimate the north polar opening is located north of the New Siberian Islands.


This current carries ice out of the polar opening across the Arctic Ocean to the Greenland side of the pole causing eddy currents on either side of the Transpolar Drift. The eddy current on the Canadian side of the Transpolar Drift produces the Beaufort Gyre north of Canada and rotates clockwise.


This eddy current causes the ice to pile up onto the shores of northern Canada to the greatest depths of anywhere in the Arctic ocean.


The thinnest ice is located where the ice comes from - in an area north of the New Siberian Islands - another indication where the polar opening is located. Then on the Russian/European side of the Transpolar Drift in the Barents Sea, the eddy current rotates counter-clockwise. Because the eddy current is stronger on the Canadian side, the whirlpool effect causes the lowest tide height in the Arctic ocean in the center of the Beaufort Gyre.


You can see below a map of this low tide location:


A case was made when planning the Voyage to Our Hollow Earth Expedition, by one of the expedition members that the low tide in the Beaufort Gyre was an indication that was where the polar opening is located.


I did not accept this argument because that whole area on the Canadian side of the pole was crisscrossed by the search flights looking for the missing Soviet Flyers as shown in the National Geographic map published in Vilhajalmur Stefansson's book, UNSOLVED MYSTERIES OF THE ARCTIC.



Yet, the Americans didn't extend their search to the Russian side of the pole in the area I had estimated the polar opening to be located and the search flights from the Russians just went up to their sextant determined pole and not beyond, which if they had continued on would have gotten lost also.


Notice that the Soviet Flyers made a course correction after supposedly reaching the pole. Most likely, then, the Lost Soviet Flyers never actually reached the North Geographic Pole.


Instead, they reached a point on the lip of the polar opening that gave the sextant reading showing the correct angle between the horizon and the sun that would have indicated they were at the pole, but since they were instead on the lip of the polar opening and thinking they were at the pole, they then turned to the right towards Alaska, which course actually took them directly through the neck of the polar opening and into the interior of the earth.

When reviewing this phenomenon of the Transpolar Drift, I realized a most significant evidence for the location of the polar opening.


It is a jet stream of air that follows the same path of the Transpolar Drift across the north pole. Studying this, I then realized that this jet stream of moist air is coming up out of the polar opening north of the New Siberian Islands, flows across the arctic and drops it's moist air onto the Greenland ice cap. Over the years, this has resulted in an accumulation of ice on the Greenland continent to the awesome depth of nearly two miles!

Consider this for a moment. What if this moist jet stream of air, over the years, had instead flowed over Alaska, or Siberia, or the Norway-Sweden-Finland peninsula - which are all at the same latitude as Greenland?


If it had, those places would today be covered by an ice cap 2 miles thick just like Greenland is today!


If we follow that jet stream of moist air from Greenland back across the Arctic, we find that it points to the location of the polar opening - on the Russian side of the pole!


The same thing is happening in Antarctica. I estimate the South Polar Opening to be located at the exact opposite of the globe from the North Polar Opening, which would put the South Polar Opening at 88° S Lat, 38° W Lon.


Warm, moist air coming up out of the south polar opening blows out over east Antarctica and has created an ice cap there to a depth of over 2 miles!

My conclusion from this evidence is that the Arctic Transpolar ice pack and current drift across the pole from the area north of the New Siberian islands to Greenland with a jet stream of moist warm air dumping snow and ice onto Greenland ice cap to the phenomenal depth of two miles in thickness indicates that the polar opening is located on the Russian side of the pole near where I have estimated it to be located.

It cannot be denied that there is a strong current flowing out of that area north of the New Siberian Islands. It is the location where most of the freshwater ice in the Arctic is coming from.


Eddy currents on each side of the Transpolar Drift flowing out of that area cause the Beaufort Gyre to rotate clockwise and the gyre in the Barents Sea to rotate counter clockwise on either side of this swift current of water coming up out of the polar opening.


Perhaps the Transpolar jet stream and ice flows originate from the valley of the River Hiddekel that empties into the Arctic Ocean within the polar opening from the Inner Continent.

In his book, Olaf explained where the ice comes from that fills the Transpolar Drift current, when he wrote,

"...about three-fourths of the 'inner' surface of the earth is land and about one-fourth water. There are numerous rivers of tremendous size, some flowing in a northerly direction and others southerly.


Some of these rivers are thirty miles in width, and it is out of these vast waterways, at the extreme northern and southern parts of the 'inside' surface of the earth, in regions where low temperatures are experienced that fresh water icebergs are formed.


They are then pushed out to sea like huge tongues of ice, by the abnormal freshets of turbulent waters that twice every year, sweep everything before them."

(THE SMOKY GOD, pp. 122, 123)



South Polar Opening

The best image I have been able to find of the most likely location of the South Polar Opening is an auroral image from NASA.


It shows the auroral radiation coming from an oval location on the western portion of Antarctic where I estimate the south polar opening is located.



This location of the South Polar opening is located in the same area that looks like an elliptical area in the Apollo 17 image (above).

NASA Auroral Australis photo

The oval location from which the auroral radiation is emanating from can be seen better by viewing the auroral NASA movie that this still was taken from.


You can view the movie below.




A map of Antarctica (below) where I estimate the aurora radiation in the above movie short is coming from. I have drawn a little red circle around the area in question.



Another NASA auroral image (below) also shows the source of the auroral radiation coming up from the western part of Antarctica.




The location for the South Polar Opening is located on the earth opposite the North Polar Opening.


The North Polar Opening centered on the coordinates of 142.2° E Longitude, 87.7° N Latitude would put the location of the South Polar Opening 180° opposite the location of the North Polar Opening at 37.8° W Longitude and at 87.7° S Latitude.