Professor de Souza, in his capacity as leader of the Brazilian Theosophists, had for years been interested in the Agharti legend, and the more he pondered over the
underground kingÂdom and its network of tunnels, and how it was conceivable that anyone might utilize them without a very special form of transport, the more he came to
the conclusion that the Flying Saucers were the answer. That the subterranean dwellers were an advanced people seemed beyond doubt, so if they were capÂable of
living and thriving beneath the Earth's surface there was surely no reason why they should not have developed a form of transport far more sophisticated than anything
known on Earth. And the very shape, manoeuvrability and speed with which these craft were credited seemed to make them ideally suited for traversing the network of
tunnels that lead to and from the underground kingdom.
In 1957, the ideas of de Souza and Strauss were carefully examined by a writer named O. C. Huguenin in a book called From The Subterranean World To The Sky: Flying
Saucers. After declaring that `the hypothesis of the extra-terrestrial origin of the flying saucers does not seem acceptable', Huguenin wrote: We must consider the most
recent and interesting theory that has been offered to account for the origin of flying saucers: the existence of a great Subterranean World with innumerable cities in which
live millions of inhabitants. This other humanity must have reached a very high degree of civilization, economic organization and social, cultural and spiritual development,
together with an extraordinary scientific progress, in comparison with whom the humanity that lives in the Earth's surface may be considered as a race of barbarians.
According to the information supplied by Commander Paulo Strauss, the Subterranean World is not restricted to caverns, but is more or less extensive and located in a
hollow inside the Earth large enough to contain cities and fields, where live human beings and animals, whose physical structure resembles those on the surface. Huguenin
then describes how these people, far in advance of the rest of humanity in terms of scientific development, devised machines called Vimanas that `flew in the skies and the
tunnels like aircraft, utilising a form of energy obtained directly from the atmosphere'. They were, he says, 'identical with what we know as Flying Saucers'.
Thank you Judith Hedden for contributing this Article:
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