"In many of the discussions I have with friends and colleagues, the greatest difficulty they have in accepting or believing that the Earth is hollow and inhabited from the interior, is that surely, if it was, we would know about it by now...
The only way it can be explained that the Earth is indeed hollow is if the governments of the world have intentionally deceived the public minds concerning this all-too-important topic.
If it is true that the inner realms of our planet are inhabited by a more advanced race of beings living in a paradisiacal state of existence and are in possession of greater technology than the exterior governments of the world, it can be better understood why our governments would not want us to become aware of it.
If we as a people were to better understand this truth, how much longer would the masses allow the powerful elite to cause us to slave away our existence only to further line their pockets at our expense? They are afraid that if we were to know the truth, their power structure would become severely destabilized and a mass exodus would potentially occur, the likes of which have never been known...
What ideas do you have concerning why the government would want the public to be unaware of the life changing truths of our hollow planet... ?"
By 2005, the team had grown to 22 members, but required 100 members to fund the voyage. In 2006, Steven Currey tragically passed away and was succeeded by launch manager and PhD Physicist, Brooks Agnew.
Underground World Propaganda Super-Man