Rodney Cluff’s trip to the North Pole

Hi Kathy,

Jan forwarded me your email asking about Rodney Cluff’s trip to the North Pole. I’m a fellow believer in the hollow earth, which is why he sent this email to me.

Unfortunately, Rodney did not ever make it there. One of the pilots got brain cancer and died, and even Rodney himself got cancer but was able to cure it naturally, as far as I understand. His subsequent attempts to make the trip also failed and he gave the money back to the donors for the trip. They were working on a third trip with Bruce Agnew, but we don’t have much confidence that they’ll pull it together from what we’ve heard.

I’ve recently gotten in touch with Rodney so I can ask him for more details about this if you like. I also know someone who has spoken with him at length about this issue. You can see Rodney’s website here. I also am part of a forum called MindReach where you can feel free to ask about Rodney Cluff or any other related hollow earth issues. This is the new home for the Yahoo Group known as ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW.


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  • 3rd June 2020 at 10:34 am

    I’ve read:

    Hollow Planets: A Feasibility Study of Possible Hollow Worlds
    by Jan Lamprecht 1997, 2013 2nd Edition (eBook)

    Prior to research I began some 12 years ago, I wouldn’t have taken any serious discussion of possible hollow worlds, seriously. However, certain basic principles I noted back then, convinced me I was wrong. In Jan’s writings which I read some years later, it seemed to me Jan had a lot of questions without answers. However, the line of research I was following seemed (to me) to be providing all the answers.

    If it could ever be possible, Jan is one person with whom I would like to someday have a cup of tea. (No, I’m not French.) Actually, I drink coffee.

    I’m currently working on a book in which I present all of my various theories. As I began my research, I found I had to continually discard quite a few previously believed scientific theories. It was simply that, prior scientific belief was that far off. My specialty is understanding the effects of gravity and fluidity on the evolution of a solar system.

    Then one day some ten years ago, I posted in a Mensa forum claiming, “The Earth is Hollow”.


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