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Many ancient cultures shared similar beliefs in a sacred place at the north pole, often described as a harmonious paradise. The Norse would call it Agartha. For Hindus it’s referred to as Paradesha. The Greeks knew it as Hyperborea. The Celtics called it Avalon. Buddhists call it Shambhala and in the Bible, it’s refered to as the Garden of Eden. That’s just a few of the names. In fact, this place has been dubbed the land of a thousand names. At the center of this paradise is the axis mundi (also called the cosmic axis, world axis, world pillar, center of the world and world tree). This is said to be the connection between Heaven and Earth. In Norse mythology we have yggdrasil which is the tree of life. Known as Mount Meru in Buddhist, Jain and Hindu cosmology. It’s a central world mountain that reaches high into the heavens and resting above it is the north star. Join me as we take a journey to the center of the earth. We will be going over ancient myths, if you want to call them that, and cosmologies, old maps including the Mercator map of the arctic that showed hidden land, and movies that depict worlds beyond the north pole, including the new Stephen King movie ‘The Dark Tower’, which depicts a dark tower at the center of the universe that is very similar to the north pole rupes nigra aka black rock.
Flat Earth Paradise: https://goo.gl/qXPKM7
Hollow Earth: http://www.crystalinks.com/hollowearth.html
In search of Shambhala: https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/sociopol_shambahla06.htm
Unsolved Mysteries of Shambhala and Agartha:
Mythology, Paradise, and the Inner World:
Detailed description of 1606 Mercator Hondius Map of the Arctic (First Map of the North Pole): https://www.geographicus.com/P/AntiqueMap/NorthPole-mercator-1606
This may rightly be considered to be the world’s first specific map of the North Pole. Mercator later reissued this map in an expanded format for his 1595 atlas. Following a number of important expeditions to the Arctic in subsequent 10 years, Mercator’s successor Jodocus Hondius reissued the original 1595 map with a number of revolutionary and highly significant changes.
Our survey of this map must naturally being with the North Pole itself which Mercator envisions as a large black rock, the Rupes Nigra, surrounded by a great whirlpool into which four powerful rapid rivers flow. These rivers divide a massive continent-sized landmass into four distinct islands or countries. In the midst of the four countries is a Whirl-pool, into which there empty these four indrawing Seas which divide the North. And the water rushes round and descends into the Earth just as if one were pouring it through a filter funnel. It is four degrees wide on every side of the Pole, that is to say eight degrees altogether. Except that right under the Pole there lies a bare Rock in the midst of the Sea. Its circumference is almost 33 French miles, and it is all of magnetic Stone.
The Dark Tower (2017) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1648190/
The last Gunslinger, Roland, has been locked in an eternal battle with Walter, also known as the Man in Black, determined to prevent him from toppling the Dark Tower, which holds the universe together. With the fate of the worlds at stake, good and evil will collide in the ultimate battle as only Roland can defend the #DarkTower from the Man in Black.