Beyond Reality Mysteries Explored HIDDEN WORLD Volume 4: THE SHAVER MYSTERY - THE RETURN OF SATHANAS

HIDDEN WORLD Volume 4: THE SHAVER MYSTERY - THE RETURN OF SATHANAS

HIDDEN WORLD Volume 4: THE SHAVER MYSTERY - THE RETURN OF SATHANAS
Catalog # SKU2322
Publisher InnerLight/Global
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Richard Sharpe Shaver, William Michael Mott, Jim Wentworth, Ray Palmer
 
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THE HIDDEN WORLD

Volume 4
THE SHAVER MYSTERY


THE RETURN OF SATHANAS
MANDARK POSTSCRIPT
THE EBON GONG

by
Richard Sharpe Shaver,
William Michael Mott, Jim Wentworth & Ray Palmer


Until the advent of our "modern" age, every culture on Earth has held a belief in the reality of a subterranean world. These beliefs range from the densely-populated hells of Buddhism, Judaism, and Christianity, to the djinn and ifrit-occupied subsurface world of Islamic and pre-Islamic Arab tradition.

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Similar to the Arab tradition, the Celtic and Nordic peoples have believed, until very recent times, in the very real existence of subterrestrials, comprised of various races of beings who prey on humanity in two primary ways: for genetic exchange or theft by abduction, or for food sustenance from crops, livestock, and upon occasion, human flesh.

These belief-systems have nothing or little to do with the Hollow Earth concept, but have everything to do with the existence of caves, caverns, tunnels, mines, and the various anomalous beings and entities who have been seen in or near these places since time immemorial. A world-wide system of "cavern worlds", tunnel-systems, and deep occupied regions in the crust of our planet is a theme that is found time and again, from the legends of the Indian tribes of South America and the Southwest of North America, to Asian tales of Agharta, Shamballa, and the various subterranean cities of the predatory, humanoid-but-not-human Naga-folk of Hindu belief.

After a brief "Celtic Revival" in the late 19th century, led by William Butler Yeats and Lady Gregory, the belief in the reality of subterranean races diminished by the time of the 20th century, when such beliefs and even the consideration of such things, were ridiculed as superstition and ignorant stupidity. All mythological beliefs, folk story traditions, and witness accounts, especially those of the subterranean variety, were dismissed as primitive, unenlightened, and unworthy of consideration or even discussion in "educated" company. Such concepts were relegated to the realms of fiction, and fiction only, and there the matter seemed destined to rest.

Then along came Richard Shaver.

Needless to say, I'm not going to rehash the history of Shaver's introduction to the world, first through his fiction and then his non-fiction claims; if you're reading the present volume, then you in all likelihood have some knowledge of the details of Richard Shaver and his "Shaver Mystery." The controversy surrounding this topic betrayed something about "modern" society which was no different than those behaviors exhibited by the self-lauded "enlightened" of previous centuries; namely, a fear of the very-real possibility that humanity is not the only intelligent and technologically-advanced race of beings on this planet. Such a belief is an affront to our smug self-assurance, to our innate arrogance as the lords of this world; and to imagine that there is a subsurface world, beyond our technological or tactical ability to conquer or repel, which preys upon us as hunters do upon deer in a preserve, or worse, as farmers do upon livestock, simply could not be allowed to be considered by the public at large! Fear kicked in, ridicule and derision took over, and the blinders went on again.

Shaver's dero were the equivalent, in their sadism and cruel sex and torture habits, to the medieval devils, djinn, nagas, and other subterranean denizens of earlier times. The only difference was in his presentation, in which technology and an ancient, advanced, detailed history were added to the mix. Shaver's theory's on language, on the sciences, were prime fodder for ridicule among the know-it-all "scientific-minded" writers and editors of his time; but as time has revealed, they did not, in fact know as much as they claimed or thought they did, and lashed out, out of what seems in retrospect to have been thinly-veiled jealousy and terror, mingled together.

Shaver postulated a poisonous sun which, while giving life to this planet and the food chain, still bathes us in detrimental radiation that destroys us. Now we know that this not just a crackpot theory-it is a fact. Ultraviolet radiation is the primary source of cellular decay and genetic code errors which arise in our tissues. Unfortunately for Shaver's tero and dero, whom he says figured this out ages ago, going underground was no cure for this after all; for now we know that the depths of the Earth contain large amounts of radioactive and dangerous elements, and that radon gas permeates many cavernous regions. Such radiation exposure, constant and over decades or centuries, would only lead to a faster degradation and devolution of any peoples who immersed themselves in it all the time.

Richard S. Shaver's writings stated that the subterrestrial races possessed "ray" machines, both beneficial and malignant.


200 pages - 10¾ x 8¼ softcover


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