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I am totally investing in this:

The North Pole Inner Earth Expedition is the Greatest Expedition in the History of the World!

Become part of History. Donate. The film record made during this expedition may be the rarest, most awakening ever produced. More than 40 million enthusiasts are following this Voyage. If you ever considered participating in a major feature documentary, now is your chance. Help us write history by testing the ultimate myth. We strongly believe that the films made from this venture will more than pay for the expenses to conduct it. We still have a chance to make this Expedition happen.

A major Park Avenue New York film documentary company has stepped forward and pledged the funds for the Expedition! This $1.5 million pledge gets the ship charter in place by August of 2012. The Expedition launches in July of 2013 on the last available ship in the world for this excursion. The only thing left is the expense for the crew to get there and back, which is a mere $350,000. We can do this. 100 people get to go on the ship. Millions will travel with us by live streaming connection. Be a part of it!

The science is real. The story is more than 5,000 years old. The legend says that at a certain place above the Arctic Circle, there exists an oceanic depression or an entrance into the Earth. It’s a place where the maritime legend claims sea level isn’t level anymore.

The discovery that the earth is hollow would forever shatter our long-held beliefs about how planets are formed. More importantly, however, discovering life beneath the earth’s crust could potentially provide us with new tools that would allow life on the surface to regain environmental balance, harmony, and possibly even peace. These prospects make the North Pole Inner Earth Expedition the greatest expedition in the history of the world.

My favorite part is the schedule of the expedition, which includes this item on Day 10: “Use completed human consciousness training to attract inner Earth presence.” (I understand this instantly qualifies the organizers of the expedition to be keynote speakers at next year’s LCWR meeting.)

The question remains: is it a scam/hoax, or legitimately crazy people? There is no option three.


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  • Ron19

    #1, because it’s impossible.

    The world is flat.

  • Tom Payne

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  • Brian

    Now, sir, don’t be so close-minded. It could so easily be BOTH!

  • Steve P

    “In my country, I was champion documentary filmmaker…” -Lars, from the truly awful Journey to the Center of the Earth cartoon…

  • Thomas L. McDonald

    I saw one frame of that, and said, “Filmation.” You just can’t miss it.

  • Donalyn

    “100 people get to go on the ship” But, I thought the number was supposed to be 144,000? Now I’m confused and don’t know if I can trust my faith or the Bible or, well, anything anymore. Darn you for causing me to lose my faith.

  • Harry

    “At the Mountains of Madness”, anyone? Lovecraft was a prophet.

  • John

    Is there a way to short this as an investment?

  • Thomas L. McDonald

    It’s kind of a combination of donation and investment: a donestment (aka 3-7 years for fraud).

  • Peggy Hagen

    The *last* available ship? What happened to the others? What are they not telling us? Most importantly, is Dharma behind this??

  • Jim Kennedy

    Someone has clearly read “The Mountains of Madness” too many times…

  • Thomas L. McDonald

    I don’t want to get all geeky here, buy Mountains of Madness was the South Pole.

  • Linebyline

    Pfft. they’re just going to find Santa Claus. Duh.

  • Ron19

    Wait! I was wrong in comment #1!

    3. It’s true!

    I remember seeing the movie. Pat Boone wouldn’t lie to us, would he?

    By the way, the entrance was in Iceland.