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The Hollow Earth

by Dr Raymond Bernard, with a new Introduction by David Hatcher Childress—the bizarre 60s classic is back in print!
Manufacturer: NEXUS Magazine Pty Ltd
Description Revealed!  The underground world of the Supermen—The Origin of the Flying Saucers!  So promised the mysterious Dr Raymond Bernard, AB, MA, PhD, for the readers of his book.  The front cover said that Dr Bernard, “noted scholar and author of The Hollow Earth, says that the true home of flying saucers is a huge underground world whose entrance is the North Polar opening.  Dr Bernard believes that in the hollow interior of the Earth lives a super-race which wants noting to do with man on the surface. They launched their flying saucers only after man threatened the world with A-bombs.”

Dr Raymond Bernard was a pseudonym for Dr Walter Siegmeister of New York City—the author of a number of odd-ball books, including The Hollow Earth.  This classic is of 50s & 60s weird UFO literature. Said the original back cover copy for the book: “Revealed! The Underground World of Supermen Discovered Under the North Pole".

Can you explain the following?  Why does one find tropical seeds, plants and trees floating in the fresh water of icebergs? Why do millions of tropical birds and animals go farther north in the wintertime?  If it is not hollow and warm inside the Earth at the Poles, then why does coloured pollen color the Earth for thousands of miles?  Why is it warmer at the Poles than 600 to 1000 miles away from them?  Why does the north wind in the Arctic get warmer as one sails north beyond 70° latitude?

David Hatcher Childress writes a lengthy, all new introduction that, like the original book, is extensively illustrated. With humour and insight, Childress decodes Bernard's sublime classic of weirdness!

This book belongs in every library of the strange!

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