Scientist Lady of Science
- Sep 20, 2018
- 20 Minutes into the future
Actually there is quite a large following in regards to hollow earth. A huge portion of the UFO community subscribes to it. The most popular hypothesis is that we live on the surface of the outside of the globe while there is a different group of societies and lifeforms living inside the earth. Allegedly there are 2 800 mile openings at the polar points and many smaller access points in mountain ranges. This is the convex hollow earth hypothesis.While the flat earthers are quite popular, there's also the smaller group of the hollow earthers, which believe that we are all living in the inside of a hollow globe with a small sun in the centre of it.
Now let's just think about both discussing the true nature of earth... this must be an interesting discussion.
What you are describing is the concave hollow earth hypothesis which was first proposed by Cyrus Teed in 1869, so quite a new idea compared to hollow earth hypothesis. In 1869, claiming divine inspiration, Teed took on the name Koresh and proposed a new set of scientific and religious ideas he called Koreshanity. The Koresh Unity went into decline following Teed's death in 1908 and finally disappeared with the last remaining follower, Hedwig Michel, deeding the colony to the State of Florida in 1961.