Another Time And An Inner Place Pt 3
In pre-war Germany, much was said about the Hollow Earth Society.
Hitler himself is said to have been a member. This would make sense
of the fact that one of the entry points to this underground system
of tunnels is outside Buenos Aires, where many of the exiled Nazi
leadership ended up.
In The Hollow Earth Enigma, Alec Maclellan comes across some
interesting aspects of this possible Inner Earth:
". . . Fort learned that investigators had reached the conclusion
that the Earth was doughnut-shaped, rather like the Van Allen belts
surrounding the planet, and there were a number of theories as to
why it was not solid, as science claimed, but hollow with a central
sun and its own hospitable atmosphere and climate. At the North and
South Poles there were believed to be giant `holes' leading to this
world, holes anywhere between 800 to 1,400 miles in diameter at
their widest points, curving through a crust of about 900 miles with
a gap of about 300 miles at the narrowest point. Through these a sea
or air explorer might gain entry. Inside lay a subterranean `paradise'
of oceans and landmasses, as well as rich fertile countryside able to
sustain plant, animal and human life?almost an inverted mirror-image
of our own world."
While all of this is not true ? some is.
Timothy Green Beckley is one of the top researchers and writers on this
subject. He has edited a number of books on the subject, and in his book
Subterranean Worlds Inside Earth he questions, Are the residents of this
subsurface world friendly, or do they have our domination in mind? His
stories encompass such beings as the "Wee People," the Dero, and the
long-haired Atlantean giants as encountered by cave explorers and
miners trapped far beneath the earth.
How the earth's grid system and the idea of a hollow earth all ties
in with Rennes-le-Chateau is part of the mystery Henry Lincoln seeks
to uncover in his book, Key To the Secret Pattern -- The untold
story of Rennes-le-Chateau.
These ley lines or energy lines of the electro-magnetic grid of the
planet are natural. They can, however, be controlled, as discussed
in other works. Harnessing the energies of a ley line aides in
trapping the consciousness of those who live on or around that line
of energy. By harnessing key points along these grid lines a `net'
can be created, a fisherman's net to harvest the energies of the
people (fish) trapped inside it. All those residing within the net
of ley lines can be manipulated and/or controlled within this
This `net' is the true Temple of Solomon, and can be so large as to
encompass an entire continent or planet. This is the idea
behind the creation of the New Jerusalem across the length and
breadth of the North American continent, just as the Knights
Templars had once tried to do by the constructing the Gothic
cathedrals on various ley-line intersections (sacred sites) across
the European continent in the shape of the constellation Virgo (see
A View Over Atlantis-John Michell). There efforts were only thwarted
by the cessation of work on the cathedral of which Rosslyn Chapel is
A newly made Fellow Craft Mason is directed to a symbolic spiral
staircase leading to the Middle Chamber of the Temple of Solomon,
reached by passing between two columns. These columns, he is told,
represent Jachin and Boaz, the great bronze columns that flanked the
outer porch of the Temple of Solomon. On top of each is a globe, one
representing a map of the world and the other a map of the heavens.
These are meant, it is said (on one level) to motivate all Masons to
study astronomy, geography, and navigation.
It is explained that the Fellow Craft degree is founded on the
science of geometry, which is the central theme of the entire
Masonic order. It is with this science that man comprehends the
universe, the movements of the planets, and the cycle of the
seasons. Geometry is especially useful to man in the Masonic science
of architecture, the basis for the Masonic designation of the
Supreme Being as the Great Architect of the Universe. The initiate
is told that geometry is so important to Masonry that the two terms
were once synonymous.
Why? The truth is that it is the construction of this `net' by which
Freemasonry and the New World Order seek to build its New Jerusalem,
its new version of Solomon's Temple, and in so doing harness the
energies of the planet and all the people on and in it. This is done
by controlling key energy points in the grid system through the use
of [sacred] geometry, astronomy, geography and of course navigation,
since many of these points are at sea.
For many many years, the English admiralty and the Royal Observatory
blocked a useable method of determining longitude while at sea, just
as there have been scientific roadblocks put in the way of too much
knowledge coming out too soon that might endanger the Great Plan
of the New World Order from coming to fruition. All these sciences
were well-known in Atlantis and ancient Egypt, and yet their power
has been kept in secret ?as Umberto Ecco said ?behind the Veil of
Isis, for use only by the world `elite' towards the completion of the
Great Plan. As Lincoln discovered about certain buildings located
around Rennes-le-Chateau, "they create coherent and precise
geometric patterns. They seem to show evidence of a `structured
landscape.' That is, the placing of these structures appears to have
been carefully and skillfully measured and demonstrates a highly
sophisticated knowledge of mathematics, geometry and the techniques
of land-surveying. High school history teaches us, however, that such
knowledge and such techniques were not [supposed to be] available to
the society which existed at the time this work was done, which must,
of course, "be earlier than the known origins of the structures."
As the newly powerful Roman Catholic Church arose in Europe,
many of its churches were built upon old sacred earth sites that in
turn were built over major confluences of these energetic grid
lines. Like migrating birds roosting in well-worn resting places,
people still went to their habitual places of worship, only now
their pagan rites had been replaced by the sacraments of the Church.
In particular, the most important rites were always held at `sacred
stones, rocks, springs and places where three trackways meet.' The
French countryside is dotted with innumerable wayside crosses. These
calvaries almost invariably stand at `places where three trackways
The very same is true across China and Tibet, where monasteries are
founded upon such ancient sacred sites at the confluence of
energetic grid lines ?or `dragon paths.'
Jerusalem lies at the confluence of seven intersecting ley lines.
Rennes-le-Chateau is the only place on the planet where twelve such
powerful lines of energy come together. Rennes-le-Chateau is like an
open door, and is itself now infamously linked with pentagonal
"The years spent in pursuit of the Priory of Sion and the
Merovingian Connection had produced two books. Wide-ranging though
the work had been, I was always aware that I was, necessarily,
leaving aside one tangible discovery. The geometry of the Pentacle
of Mountains remained firm, inexplicable and ?for the time?seemingly
In his recent work, Lincoln found a Seal of Solomon marked out in the
area, "not by `one or two points', but by six churches (with two more
churches lying on the circumference of its enclosing circle), one
Calvaire and an ancient ruin. Ten points. Why pretend otherwise?"
His research also led him elsewhere to find similar configurations:
"The Bornholm discovery had suddenly presented the possibility that
the Rennes-le-Chateau geometry might be identified elsewhere. But
how to undertake such a search? For one man, it would be an enormous
undertaking ?and incredibly time-consuming. However, as word of the
landscape-structuring spread, I began to receive excited
communications. Many were of highly unreliable findings. Sloppily
irregular geometric figures were sent, traced over enormous areas on
motoring maps and even atlases. But, among the fanciful, some more
positive results were appearing in France. It would obviously be
valuable to tap, in some way, the growing interest and enthusiasm.
". . . It seemed likely that a large number would possess 1:25000
scale maps of their favored area. I accordingly wrote an article for
the magazine, explaining the findings in general and that I was not,
as some people still seemed to imagine, seeking ley-lines, not
imaginary configurations, such as the Glastonbury Zodiac, but for
very precisely measured distances between landscape features. I
asked the readership's assistance in a hunt on their maps?but only
for the 188 mm church measure. Examples were immediately forthcoming
from numerous locations across France. From the southeast, above
Nice, through the Dordogne, and up into the north, the `church
measure' began to appear. It was Brittany, however, which produced
the most spectacular result."
The region of Bretagne, also Brittany is the historical region of
France generally identical with the peninsula extending for about
240 km (about 150 mi) into the Atlantic Ocean between the English
Channel on the north and the Bay of Biscay on the south. Rennes, the
former provincial capital, is the chief city.
In ancient times the region formed part of Armorica, the center of a
confederation of Cymric Celtic tribes. The Romans under Julius
Caesar invaded the country in 56BC, and it subsequently became the
Roman province of Gallia Lugdunensis. In the 5th and 6th centuries
AD, after the withdrawal of the Romans, many Britons (Celtic natives
of Britain), in flight from the Teutonic invaders of their homeland,
took refuge in the northwestern part of Armorica. They gave the
region its present name. The Britons (later called Bretons)
gradually converted the Armorican Celts to Christianity. Its
association with Britain would have given good grounds to suppose
that King Arthur's legend might have transpired in this region at
that time ?thus giving more credence to the fact that Clovis, king
of that region at the time of Arthur's supposed existence, was in
fact the true role-model for Arthur. This then would make the area
in which it takes place, in particular Rennes, the Arthurian
equivalent of Camelot.