Some people including Corey Goode say that our Earth’s crust is porous with many large caverns—similar to a honeycomb. He says that this is a common natural feature of many planets and moons.
Corey claims that on a large timescale, severe worldwide cataclysmic events such as pole shifts regularly occur, greatly reducing the global population. The elite portion of various civilizations know this and relocate below ground for their better long-term survival. Some time after the cataclysm, these “inner Earth” people return to the surface to assist the descendants of the remnant surface population. In the past, the technologically advanced inner Earth people had been mistaken for gods. The Earth has apparently been through countless of these cycles of growth, cataclysm, and rebirth.
Some evidence of a population living underground is the 20,000 person capacity Derinkuyu underground city in Turkey.
Corey says that our Earth’s natural caverns are much larger than Derinkuyu, reaching the size of the state of Texas. They can be found up to 40 miles below the Earths surface.
Making honeycomb candy is a simple and delicious way to visualize the large caverns of our honeycomb Earth.
- 1/4 Cup (60 ml) water
- 1/4 Cup (60 ml) honey
- 1 1/2 Cups (300 g) sugar
- 1 Tablespoon (21 g) baking soda
Prepare by placing a piece of baking parchment paper on a large baking sheet. Stir together the water, honey, and sugar in a medium saucepan. Heat and stir constantly until the temperature on a candy thermometer reaches 280 °F (135 °C).
Remove the saucepan from heat and briefly but thoroughly whisk in the baking soda. Pour the mixture onto the baking parchment paper and allow to cool completely.
After cooling, break into smaller pieces. This makes more than an individual can healthily consume so please share widely.