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The Network. One of the most common names cited for the society of underground dwellers is Agharta (or Agartha) with its capital city of Shamballa.

The source for this information, apparently, is The Smoky God, the "biography" of a Norwegian sailor named Olaf Jansen.

According to Agartha - Secrets of the Subterranean Cities, the story, written by Willis Emerson, explains how Jansen's sloop sailed through an entrance to the Earth's interior at the North Pole.

For two years he lived with the inhabitants of the Agharta network of colonies who, Emerson writes, were a full 12 feet tall and whose world was lit by a "smoky" central sun.

Shamballa the Lesser, one of the colonies, was also the seat of government for the network. "While Shamballa the Lesser is an inner continent, its satellite colonies are smaller enclosed ecosystems located just beneath the Earth' s crust or discreetly within mountains."

How and Why They Went There.

The many cataclysms and wars taking place on the surface drove these people underground, according to Secrets: "Consider the lengthy Atlantean-Lemurian war and the power of thermonuclear weaponry that eventually sank and destroyed these two highly advanced civilizations.

The Sahara, the Gobi, the Australian Outback and the deserts of the U.S. are but a few examples of the devastation that resulted.

The sub-cities were created as refuges for the people and as safe havens for sacred records, teachings and technologies that were cherished by these ancient cultures."

The Entrances. There are allegedly several entrances to the Kingdom of Agharta throughout the world:

Kentucky Mommoth Cave, in south-central Kentucky, US.

Mount Shasta, California, US - the Agharthean city of Telos allegedly exists within and beneath this mountain. Manaus, Brazil.

Mato Grosso, Brazil - the city of Posid supposedly lies beneath this plain. Iguaçú Falls, border or Brazil and Argentina. Mount Epomeo, Italy.

Himalayan Mountains, Tibet - the entrance to the underground city of Shonshe is allegedly guarded by Hindu monks. Mongolia - the underground city of Shingwa allegedly exists beneath the border of Mongolia and China. Rama, India - beneath this surface city is a long lost subterranean city, they say, also named Rama. Pyramid of Giza, Egypt. King Solomon's Mines.

Dero Caves,

North and South Poles. Tunnels and Entrances to Shambhala Arkansas

In northern Arkansas, a 12-man speleological team broke into an ancient tunnel system, encountering inhabitants of the inner- world.

Just north of Batesville, explorers found a tunnel illuminated by a greenish phosphorescence where they met a race of beings who stood 7 to 8 feet tall and had bluish skin.

The beings, who have advanced technology, told the explorers they are the direct descendents of Noah.

The Cherokee Indians also tell of this same race of blue men .

According to the Cherokee they inhabited the areas of Kentucky as well.

When the Cherokee came into that area, they killed these blue skinned men off. Apparently the Cherokee were wrong in their assumptions.


Southwestern California holds the legend of Crystal Cave , a large cavern that links to Kokoweek Peak. It was reportedly found by Earl Dorr, a miner and prospector who followed clues given to him by Indians.

Dorr entered Crystal Cave in the thirties and followed a passage down into Kokoweef Mountain for about a mile.

Here he entered a large cavern that he explored for a distance of eight miles.

Flowing at the base of the cavern was a river and its banks were rich with deposits of gold.

For reasons only known to Dorr, he dynamited the entrance. The exact location of this sealed entrance is unknown today

The Dulce, New Mexico Base

An underground Military Base/Laboratory in Dulce, New Mexico connects with the underground network of tunnels which honeycombs our planet, and the lower levels of this base are allegedly under the control of Inner Earth beings or Aliens.

This base is connected to Los Alamos research facilities via an underground "tube-shuttle

Beginning in 1947, a road was built near the Dulce Base, under the cover of a lumber company. The odd things is , according to sources, no lumber was ever hauled, and the road was later destroyed.

Navajo Dam is the Dulce Base's main source of power, though a second source is in El Vado, which is also another entrance.

This information should help you locate the underground complex, if of course you feel brave enough to venture onto the Dulce properties.

Most of the lakes near Dulce were made via government grants "for" the Indians.

The September, 1983 issue of Omni (Pg. 80) has a color drawing of 'The Subterrene,' the Los Alamos nuclear-powered tunnel machine that burrows through the rock, deep underground, by heating whatever stone it encounters into molten rock, which cools after the Subterrene has moved on.

The result is a tunnel with a smooth, glazing lining.) *Although evidence has been found of this machine, there is no signs of molten rock and the concept ceased being used after 1983

There are over 100 Secret Exits near and around Dulce. Many around Archuleta Mesa, others to the source around Dulce Lake and even as far east as Lindrich. Deep sections of the Complex connect into natural Cavern Systems. (Note: The elevators, lights, and doors at Dulce Base are all magnetically controlled.)

The area around Dulce has had a high number of reported Animal Mutilations." The researchers at Dulce Base have also abducted several people from Dulce's civilian population and implanted devices of various types in their heads and bodies. (

Note: Livermore Berkeley Labs began producing blood for the Dulce Base in the mid 1980s, and human and animal have now slowed considerably.

  • If interested, it may be worthwhile to check-out Livermore Berkeley Labs. DELTA group, from the National Recon Group, is responsible for security of all Alien-connected projects.

The DELTA symbol is a Black Triangle on a Red Background. Dulce Base's symbol is a Delta (triangle) with the Greek Letter "Tau" (t) within it, and then the entire symbol is inverted, so the triangle points down, and the "Tau" is also inverted.

A very active UFO base exists beneath Mt. Ranier. There are also said to be underground "vaults" containing records of the ancient Lemurians.

The ice cap of Mt. Ranier contains a maze of corridors and caves.

In August of 1970, scientists climbed to the top of Mt. Ranier, and entered these caverns and tunnels. Evidence was found indicating that a small lake exists deep beneath the ice cap. *It is possible that one could find a way to get beneath Mt. Ranier through these tunnels.

The Mt. Lassen

Mt. Lassen , Tehama County, California is an entrance leading to a large underground city. Near the foot of Mt. Lassen is a town called Manten. Ralph Fields , Manten, found this entrance and claims that it is in the side of the mountain, a little over 7,000 feet above sea level, and is near a rock outcropping.

Death Valley, CA.

This entrance is supported by the local Indian Legend which speaks of a tunnel that runs beneath Death Valley Desert and the people that used to live in the Panamint‘s caverns.

The entrance is in the Panamint Mountains down on the lower edge of the range near Wingate Pass, in the bottom of an old abandoned shaft.

These tunnels connect with the surface also through arched windows in the side of the mountain that look down on Death Valley. During ancient times, these windows were accessible by boat.

The "windows" in the Death Valley side of the Panamint Mountains are about 4,500-5,000 feet above the bottom of Death Valley, and are across from Furnace Creek Ranch.

From these openings you can see the green of the ranch below you and Furnace Creek Wash across the valley. (So, with high-powered binoculars or a telescope, you should be able to see the openings from the Furnace Creek Ranch, or Wash.)

You can drive down Emigrant Canyon towards Death Valley. You can then park beside the road between Furnace Creek Ranch and the Salt Bed. (From here, the windows should be visible through binoculars.)

The Brown Mountain Entrance

Brown Mountain is in North Carolina near Morganton. Morganton is "about 15 miles north of an actual highway marker which has been posted by the state providing any visitor the best view" of Brown Mountain.

Brown Mountain is an area in which many strange lights have been seen.

Superstition Mountains, Arizona

Another area to be investigated is the Superstition Mountains in Arizona.

Geronimo would be seen walking into the face of the Mountain, disappearing and then reappearing in New Mexico.

The soldiers which were hell bent on capturing the illusive Apache Chief were mystified as to how he was able to escape the human net surrounding him and his band.

The tunnel systems of the Superstitions are dangerous though and are rumored to be inhabited by Reptilian-type Creatures and supernatural forces.

Those that claim to have penetrated the tunnel tell of the remains of ancient structures and a spiral staircase that leads forever down into the bowels of earth.

The main entrance to the Superstition tunnel system links to numerous tunnel passageways which spider web out as far as Central America.