Surface humans only recognize seven continents: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. We don’t believe that there is another continent inside the Earth. But there is, even physically for the three-dimensional people there. Agartha is Planet Earth’s eighth continent.
The continent of Agartha is massive, and it exists under the entire surface of the Earth. There are countries, states and different kinds of people, just like on surface Earth.
The network of Agartha embraces over 120 subterranean cities. The inhabitants of these cities are descended from the advanced civilizations of Atlantis and Lemuria. Telos is the largest subterranean city, apart from the capital, which is called Shamballa.
Telos and its district are the only part where surface-dwellers feel really at home. There are huge unexplored forests, fields, mountains and oceans that cover great parts of Agartha. Outside of Telos, most of Agartha is five-dimensional. Read more