What is on the outside?

Nobody knows, but there are clues in anecdotal accounts of those who are said to have ventured beyond. These accounts are nearly taken as fiction, although stated by the authors as fact. You can find the accounts in the Holes near the poles article.
Through the northern hole we have another similar world with a different type of Sun, much larger lifeforms, giant people, and 24-hour daylight. Both holes and at least one cave in the Amazon jungle are supposed to connect to this world.

24-hour daylight means that the other world isn’t the convex side of the Earth, yet the two poles are connected. In a physical 3D model of the universe, maybe the Earth and the giant world are like neurons of a brain and that there are lots of other neurons all connected to each other with magnetic current (aether) flowing through the whole system.


The 3D model may be the wrong way to look at this. It could be that the holes near the poles are vortices which act as inter-dimensional portals. Invisible vortices could also exist naturally elsewhere throughout the Earth, but the poles would contain the biggest two, and not all portals connect to the giant world. For example, supposedly four American girls in 1972 found themselves driving into another world inhabited by non-humans who drove electric car-like vehicles – Gadianton Canyon. There are plenty of anecdotal stories of time anomalies, unknown landscapes and lots of other glitches to give this idea some credence. The giants living in the world through the Amazon cave said to the Indians left behind that they could live in the giant world after they die. This points to another-dimensional aspect, rather than a physical rock-Swiss-cheese model that the Nazis had envisaged.

The deepest hole is the Kola Superdeep Borehole dug by the Russians. They got to 12,262 metres before they could grind no further due to the rock becoming considerably hotter (180 °C) and more plastic-like, i.e. the rock flowed back into the hole when the drill bit was taken out.

The Kola Borehole now capped.

William Morgen (Etidorpha) ventured deep underground and did not experience treacle rock or a hotter atmosphere, but a world between death and life or a quasi-spirit world instead. On reaching this state of being he was able to appear to the publisher of the book at will and become invisible as well. This again points to an inter-dimensional aspect, rather than a physical “I-am-here-and-you-are-there” universe. Is the spirit world the aether fluid between the synapses, or is that analogy too primitive when attempting an inter-dimensional model? Perhaps a virtual world existing on a computer server might be a slightly better example? I don’t know to be honest.

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4 Responses to What is on the outside?

  1. MarkGrisham says:

    “Interdimensional portals”, “vortices”, “virtual computer server” – now you seem to become as unreal and eerie as all those paid “scientists” who sell us the Newtonian-Einsteinian BS-theory of the spinning ball endlessly revolving through nothingness.

    Quite a disapointment, to be honest, but nontheless thanx for your thoughts on that matter.

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    • Wild HereticWild Heretic says:

      True. But you have to give me some slack here as this question is a philosophical one. I can’t attempt to answer it without using my imagination.

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  2. etheric weld hit says:

    Just for info, actually the deepest hole is 12,376 meters (the Sakhalin- 1 Z44).


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    • Wild HereticWild Heretic says:

      Yes, I read about that. it’s on the wiki page.

      The deepest, SG-3, reached 12,262 metres (40,230 ft) in 1989 and still is the deepest artificial point on Earth.[1]

      In terms of true depth, it is the deepest borehole in the world. For two decades it was also the world’s longest borehole, in terms of measured depth along the well bore, until surpassed in 2008 by the 12,289-metre-long (40,318 ft) Al Shaheen oil well in Qatar, and in 2011 by 12,345-metre-long (40,502 ft) Sakhalin-I Odoptu OP-11 Well (offshore the Russian island Sakhalin).


      I guess because the Kola hole was lower in elevation than the others, hence deepest. Regardless of that fact, it is interesting because they bored through solid rock and we can see if the rock changes in its properties, and to see how far they can get through rock. I guess with an oil well hole, we couldn’t tell because we break into the oil at that depth.

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