|Journey to the center of the Earth
starts in Provo
by Jacqueline Lee
NewsNet Staff Writer
Past explorers and indigenous Eskimos have reported seeing a mirage of
land in that vicinity.
According to Cluff, there are some people in the government who are
aware of the opening to the inner earth but have tried to keep that
knowledge hidden from the public.
"We have indications that the U.S. military does know about it," he said.
Discovering the inner earth will set off a new age and a revolution in
education and all aspects of society, Cluff said.
"We believe that in this expedition we, the people, have a right to
know," he said.
Cluff said has written about religious believe that he expects to be
proven when he goes on the expedition. One of the beliefs is that the
inner earth is inhabited by the throne of King David from the Bible, and
that the political kingdom of God is located there. He also believes
that the lost Garden of Eden is in the hallowed earth, and its
inhabitants are friendly, highly civilized and mostly members of the
lost 10 tribes. Cluff also said the inner sun, which is located in the
inner earth, is the throne of Jehovah and a paradise for the dead.
Other beliefs he said he hopes to prove include that UFOs originate from
the inner earth, and solar winds and the inner sun cause the northern
The only other record that exists of any sort of expedition to the inner
earth is from explorer Admiral Byrd. According to the belief, Admiral
Byrd flew through the inner earth in 1947, Cluff said.
Source: The BYU Newsnet, UT
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