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Friday, April 8, 2016

Mysterious Inner Earth Caves of Slovenia

Gods with Amnesia
The Skocjan cave system in Slovenia includes the highest cave hall in Europe, featuring a massive underground gorge with a waterfall, and a bridge over the gorge that looks like something out of the movie, The Lord of the Rings. The caves have beautiful stalactite and stalagmite structures, which resemble melted wax.
The Skocjan Caves were formed by the sinking Reka River. The river remains on the surface at the cave entrance, but suddenly disappears underground, where it continues its way through the underground caverns. The river emerges on the surface again, not far from the Adriatic coast, after flowing underground for about 21 miles.
Entered on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites in 1986, the Skocjan Caves represent the most significant under-ground phenomena in both the Karst region and Slovenia, and one of the largest underground canyons in the world. A special ecosystem has developed in these caves due to particular micro-climatic conditions.
The idea that our planet consists of a hollow, or honeycombed, interior is not new. Some of the oldest cultures speak of civilizations inside of vast cavern-cities, within the bowels of the earth. Many occult organizations, esoteric authors, and secret societies concur with these myths and legends of subterranean inhabitants, who are the remnants of antediluvian civilizations, which sought refuge in hollow caverns inside the earth.
Inner Earth
Assuming that the myths are true, and the Earth is partially hollow, how could life survive underground? Where are the entrances to inner earth, and which races live on the inside? Author and anthropologist, Robert Sepehr, explores these questions and attempts to unlock their riddles, which have eluded any serious consideration in mainstream academia.
Inner Earth
Robert Sepehr is an author, producer, and anthropologist specializing in linguistics, archeology, and paleobiology. A harsh critic of the out-of-Africa theory, Sepehr puts forth alternative diffusionist arguments often involving advanced antediluvian civilizations, occult secret societies, ancient mythology, alchemy and astrotheology.
Gods with Amnesia



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