1878 - Symmes' Theory of Concentric Spheres by James McBride
I kept thinking how familiar it sounded and remembered a couple of things that was pertinent to Symmes' theory of Concentric Spheres.
when I was in university I came across a short article, which I dont have anymore about some of the things that were being excavated in Greece. It had to do with a belief of the many concentric circles of man, such as emotions, intellect, physical, spiritual, family, prosperity etc were seen as a series of concentric spheres, each sphere holding its own vitality and balanced with all the rest of the inter related sphere.
this was very old and I recall that it dated from the Roman era
the second and most intriguingly is a book I read about fluid mechanics called " A History and Philosophy of Fluid Mechanics by G. A Tokaty.
Tokaty includes a theory put forth by Aristotle that the surface of water is spherical. The book included a listing of some of Archimedes works and is honored as the founder of Mechanics and Fluid Mechanics.
This is the area of research I believe and those early great thinkers who birthed Mathematics and conceptual thought to represent these laws of Creation which also bear the reality of a hollow earth.
Archimedes was perhaps the first to examine the internal nature of water - something that would lay relevant to the inner earth as its openings lie within the oceans. Further this thought to the auroras shown coming from this openings and it reminds me of a cathode.
the breakdown of water is h2o - 2 parts hydrogen 1 part oxygen and with a spark of electricity we have water....
its this unique nature of the opening of the hole to the inner earth I am thinking about - its periodic visibility or is it always visible? these are questions we dont have the answers to -
but just like Tom Beardons work
Tom Bearden and several associates have been doing some interesting work with 'over-unity' applications. They have replaced the term "Vacuum Energy" with their own expression - "Radiant Energy."
He found a whole new set of laws for electricity
Energy from the Vacuum Science Series
EFV - Disc 2
tokaty source:A history and philosophy of fluid ... - Google Books
Additional information: Sir Edmund Halley's theory of Concentric Spheres
Sir Edmund Halley was the first person to suggest that the Earth might be hollow. He did so on the basis of his studies of the Earth's magnetic field. This resulted in him proposing that the motion of the Earth's magnetic field was caused by three hollow rotating shells existing inside the Earth. Edmund Halley was convinced he had discovered something great and he even had his portrait painted showing him holding a drawing of the hollow shells which he thought made up the Earth. His theory has since become know as the Concentric Spheres theory. Nicholas Kollerstrom from the University College, London did a detailed study of Halley's ideas.
Interestingly enough the problem of the mysterious origin of the Earth's magnetic field is still under scientific debate. Many scientists believe that a Dynamo is driving it. This dynamo is thought to be caused by convection currents in the Earth's core, however there are problems with this theory. In the 1990's a nuclear scientist at the University of California wrote several papers which show that naturally occurring nuclear fission reactions might be taking place at the core of planets. This has tremendous implications. During my study I often toyed with, and examined the idea of nuclear fission reactions occurring inside planets. This new thinking opens up vast possibilities. Could the Great Red Spot on Jupiter for example be caused by a hole in the hollow crust of a planet, a planet which has a powerful nuclear reaction inside it?
source: Hollow Planets Theory
Concentric spheres to describe the earth is apparently a very old idea... I wonder where Aristotle got it from?