GERMAN SOLDIER-SETTLERS IN BRAZIL BUILT SUBTERRANEAN TOWNS
In 1572 Portugal King Sebastian I hired a German named VON LUCKNER and 250 German soldiers, each with a wife to build a Portuguese fort on the upper Amazon. Indians ambushed the Germans and burned their ships. The Germans retreated into a cavern entrance. They found the cavern opened into a series of warm tunnels littered with traces of human occupation. They found a 80-100 degree, 75-square mile cavity with a 300-foot high ceiling, fresh water and a rich soil floor and built a village there. In 1650, Wagner from Von Luckner Village found another habitable cavity and built a village. They grew barley that photosynthesized the glow of the rock walls.
Deeper in the tunnels, the Moles met hostile groups already settled in cavern pockets. The earlier subterrantean settlers told the Moles several races fled underground to avoid upheavals and floods on the surface. These earlier refugees built hundreds of cities 350 feet to many miles under the earth and seas. By 1632 the Moles built their own chain of underground towns–Hagner, Brightter, Sillisteen and Kitchiner. They built a chain of rails to join them the towns.
NEW ATLANTUS-ATTURIA UNDER SEA BETWEEN N.ZEALAND & AUSTRALIA
In 1647, the German Moles dug into a huge cavity under the ocean bed between New Zealand and Australia. A “faint, man-made orb” lit and warmed the cavity. The people there called themselves New Atlanteans or Atturians. They drove horseless, four-wheeled cars and flew “silent, roundwing craft.” They said they enjoyed very long, healthy lives.
Atturians asked the Ambassador from Bodland–another Lower World continent–to help them deal with the Moles. The Bod found the Moles and he spoke the same German root language. He took the Moles to Bodland.
BODLAND: THE DOMINANT FORCE UNDER ANTARCTIC
The Bods said that 30,000 years ago their ancestors in Iran, Syria and Pakistan—then called BACCHIS–went underground to escape “a vicious race” with superior weapons and aircraft. The invaders leveled the Bacchi cities and killed millions. “Many years later, the Bods reached the Inner World via tunnels and pockets in the Earth’s mantle.”
The Bodlanders asked the Atturians to settle the Moles “on a relatively unoccupied continent adjacent to Bodland in the Southern Hemisphere” on the condition that “they live in peace and friendship and never return to the surface.” The Moles accepted the condition.
Early in the 1700s the Moles, now called “The New Germans” (to distinguish them from the Old German Bodlanders) let the New German royals send their eldest sons to the Upper World’s Germany. Bods swore the boys to secrecy and flew them in antigravity craft to the surface to attend universities in Upper World Germany. In Upper Germany, the New German students passed as sons of rich German planters along the Amazon. One of the boys, Crown Prince Von Luckner, returned to Inner Saxony with the German printing press and in 1853 the Moles brought an Upper German engineer to Lower World Saxony to shorten their rail system.
During World War I the Moles sent a volunteer regiment to the Upper World Imperial Germans. The Mole regiment did not fight and instead, sought descendants of the relatives of the original Moles who’d gone to the Amazon in 1572. Imperial Germany demanded as a condition of ending World War I, “free access through Antarctica via the South Pole to Inner Earth.” American representative Col. House showed the German demand to England’s P.M, Lloyd George. George said “Give the Germans that Icicle land.”