The Underground Origins of UFOs
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Image: AN ORIGIN OF THE FLYING SAUCERS
Below is an excerpt from the seventh chapter of The Hollow Earth, first published in 1969, by Dr. Raymond Bernard, which is said to be a pen name.
The conception of a hollow earth presented in this book offers the most reasonable theory of the origin of the flying saucers and is far more logical than the belief in their interplanetary origin. For this reason, leading flying saucer experts, as Ray Palmer, editor of “Flying Saucers” magazine, and Gray Barker, a well known writer on flying saucers, have accepted the theory of their subterranean origin as against the idea that they come from other planets.
The theory that flying saucers came from the Earth’s interior and not from other planets originated in Brazil and only later was it taken up by American flying saucer experts.
In 1957, while browsing in a Sao Paulo, Brazil, book-store, the author came across a book that struck his attention, entitled, “From the Subterranean World to the Sky: Flying Saucers,” by O. C. Huguenin. It was the book’s thesis that flying saucers were not space ships from other planets but were of terrestrial origin and came from a subterranean race dwelling inside the earth. . . .Read Complete Report
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