The quote from Daniel involves one of my favourite subjects, the Hollow Earth, which fascinates me after seeing how RS2 can explain how it is possible:Turning the Universe Inside-Out.
Ulysses Grant Morrow's Naples Experiment.
by Donald E. Simanek
the Cellular Cosmogony of Cyrus Reed Teed, which arose in the late 19th century, and still has adherents today. It envisions a universe that is an inside-out version of conventional cosmology, a universe with the Earth outside, and everything else inside. At first look this seems so incredibly original that it couldn't have arisen from earlier ideas. Even more incredible is the fact that Teed asked his associate Ulysses Morrow to find experimental proof of the Earth's concavity. Morrow did the experiment and found the result they sought. How could this happen?
I wanted to visualize this so I threw together a couple of diagrams to try and picture what's happening when you transition between space and time, material and cosmic...Also consider that, as you transition, "insides" and "outsides" get flipped around. 2-x speed on Earth is 3-x speed in Agartha. 3-x on Earth is 2-x
on Agartha. The journey to the center of the Earth is actually more like a journey to the center of Time. Agartha is shown inside-out because of this
inversion of perspective on our spatial consciousness.
First the basic version, with both circles representing the earth and a journey into the hollow earth (time) as a macro diagram, a bit like showing the two sides of the space/time coin mentioned in Daniel's papers:
But if you also imagine the micro of this and picture a line at the transition zone as the axis/ground, with your feet on it and your head in "space", then imagine pushing the top "space" circle so it rotates forward to end up on the bottom as the bottom "time" circle reciprocally moves up to replace it while you remain... then your head is now in space, which you could do if you were in a natural transition zone, like the bank of a river. Here you could flip your perspective inside out to move from the material sector into the cosmic sector, if you were talented enough to do so of course, or one of the wee folk!
Here's another way of looking at it... although once you reach the centre in of the earth in this diagram you then emerge on the surface of time, you don't travel through space again (I should maybe have added a dotted line) but it is now the equivalent of the centre of the earth, with time (the cosmic sector) now the surface of the planet:
Well that's my take on it anyway, I may go and add a circle around "Agartha" and "the surface" to represent the hollow earth/hollow space a bit better, and I could also add a few more bits to the basic image.
I hope you like the photo's I chose to represent each "realm"... and yes that is a chemtrail above New York, chosen on purpose!