My Epitaph

If you don't question everything, you will know nothing and believe anything!

Monday, June 17, 2013

Would You Go?

If you don't question everything, you will know nothing and believe anything.

Could some of these possibilities actually be highly probable?

I've seen the Arctic ice cap, with a polar bear swimming towards it, at 80deg11min north in the broad daylight of the Midnight sun.  I have also been in both Mammoth Cave and Carlsbad Caverns.

I usually infer that the Hollow Earth is a metaphor for the inner journey of the mind (the cave is your skull, even in the Empire Strikes back when Luke enters the cave and had to face his fears) that leads to enlightenment, yet I cannot completely discount the idea that those HUGE (and if you've been to Carlsbad Caverns you will know it more than the tour I took of Mammoth Caves) openings may not be a global network that goes deeper and deeper.

Funding for expeditions to resolve some of these questions are rarely granted.  However, I would really like to hear his discussion on the photos from space of the Earth, and don't necessarily BELIEVE that some of the major cave systems aren't connected.  There could easily be passages deep enough that would go beneath parts of the oceans, like the Bearing Straight, under the Aleutians, under Tierra del Fuego towards the Antarctic Peninsula.  Even that wouldn't mean there is an inner sun of permanent temperate climate, but an underground connected natural connected systems.

We still don't know everything about our host planet, can you remain open to the possibility, no matter how remote, that there might me connecting passages between world-wide cave systems, of the biggest and deepest caves?

Or, better still, if you had the opportunity to join an expedition to Superstitious Mountain to see if you could walk that fabled spiral staircase, would you go?
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