Agharta (or Agharti)
In his book Agharta (1951), Robert Ernst Dickhoff claimed
that Martians colonized Earth 80,000 years ago and built an
elaborate system of underground tunnels, starting in Antarctica,
with exits in Tibet, Brazil, the United States, and elsewhere.
A secret underground port for UFOs called Rainbow City was
supposed to be still in operation.
This colorful story appears to be related to the Tibetan legend
of the subterranean kingdom of Agharti, presided over by
‘‘the King of the World.’’ Millions of people are said to live in
these underground realms in cities without crime and using a
highly developed science. The King of the World understands
the people on Earth and influences them secretly. He is to appear
before the people of Earth in a final cosmic struggle of
good against evil. This legend was recounted in the book Beasts,
Men, and Gods by Ferdinand Ossendowski. Ossendowski
(1876–1945) was a Polish writer who traveled extensively
through Central Asia in the 1920s. (See also Shaver Mystery;
Subterranean Cities)
Dickhoff, Robert Ernest. Agharta. Mokelumne Hill, Calif.:
Health Research, 1964.
Ossendowski, Ferdinand. Beasts, Men, and Gods. New York:
E. P. Dutton, 1922.

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