I would like to be completely honest with you: I was never a believe of many different “conspiracy theories”, such as those of “Hollow Earth”, “Inner Earth”, “Expanding Earth”, “Flat Earth” and so on. But the more I looked into the official version that is fed to the masses by the academics and the authorities, the more I realized that official version is very wrong and the truth is unknown to the masses … and may never be known.
Here, I’d like to look into the Inner Earth theory, together with the Hollow Earth theory, for I believe both of them to be one and the same. There are many different “modern” pieces of “evidence” of such theories; my eye opener, however, came from a very unexpected place. One day, as I was reading fairytales from different cultures around the world, I came across a Native American Creation Myth of the Navajo tribe. It was there and then, that I began to believe there to be more, much more, than meets the eye. I would like to share that old (maybe even ancient) Navajo tale with you here. Then, I’ll share with you what Slavic heritage has to say on the subject.
Navajo Creation Myth
The Navajo creation story is a beautiful tale that is not well known outside the Navajo Nation. It details the emergence of the Navajo people into their homeland.
The First World
According to the Navajo creation story, the first world was small and pitch black. There were four seas and in the middle an island with a single pine tree existed. Ants, dragonflies, locusts and beetles lived there and made up the Air-Spirit People of the first world.
Each of the four seas was ruled by one supernatural being, the Big Water Creature, the Blue Heron, the Frog and White Thunder. Above the sea there was a a black cloud, a white cloud, a blue cloud and a yellow cloud. The female spirit of life lived in the black cloud while the male spirit of dawn lived in the white.
When the blue and yellow clouds came together, the First Woman was formed, while the black and white came together to form the First Man.
The First Woman saw the light of the First Man’s fire and tried to reach him three times before she finally found his home. He asked her to live with him and the First Woman agreed.
The Great Coyote was formed in water and came to the First Man and First woman, telling them he was hatched from an egg and knew all the secrets of the water and the skies. Shortly after, second coyote appeared named First Angry, who brought witchcraft into the world.
The next part of the Navajo creation story involves the First Man, First Women, First Angry and the coyote born in the water climbing into the second world, followed by all other creatures.
The Second World
When they got to the second world, they found other beings living there, including various types of birds. A swallow welcomed them and they lived in harmony together for 23 days, until one of the Air-Spirit People tried to sleep with the swallow chief’s wife. The swallow chief found out and banished the newcomers who traveled to the third world.
The Third World
In this Navajo legend, the third world is called the Yellow World and was home to six mountains, where the holy people lived. These holy people were immortal and traveled by following rainbows. There was the Talking God, the Black God, the Water Sprinkler and the House God.
In the this world, the First Woman gave birth to a set of twins, who were neither male nor female. Four days later, a second set of twins were born, a male and female and after 20 days, five pairs of twins had been born.
The mountain gods each took a set of twins, teaching them how to pray and wear masks before returning them to their parents. Over the next eight winters, the twins found mates and brought many people into being.
The Fourth World
The people came into the fourth world before the sun and moon were created. They were on an island with high, cliffs in the middle of a bubbling lake. With help from the Wind God, people were able to leave the island. First Man and First Woman built the first hogan to live in.
As can be seen from the tale above, the first world is inside the second world, the second world is inside the third world, the third world is inside the fourth world, and the fourth world (our world) is the last world. Or could it possibly be inside the fifth world? Once you begin to really think, you begin to understand that there is a completely different meaning to the saying “As above, so below”.
Slavic heritage does not have to say much on the issue, but it does say the following.
At the top of the world (North Pole), there is the great continent of Daaria, the continent that sank into the ocean many thousands of years ago. This continent of Daaria is divided into four provinces by four great rivers. In the center of it, the great (magnetic) mountain Miru (or Meru) stands. The four great rivers flow towards that mountain and disappear underneath it.
Not that much is said, but it is enough to begin question the official version. The four great rivers described in Slavic heritage had to go somewhere. What if those great rivers flowed to the world right below our own?
Unless we are able to test such theories ourselves, and I described only two theories as an example here, nothing can be stated for sure. However, many measures have been put in place with the specific purpose of preventing curious people from “finding out for themselves”. Those measures have been put in place by powerful governments of many countries, rulers of which have been put in place by a handful of powerful families that “own” our world. The big question here is: What do our governments know, that we are not allowed to know?
Written by: Dmitriy Kushnir