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The Cellular Cosmogony

The Earth a Concave Sphere

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This edition was published in by The Guiding Star Publishing House in Estero, Florida.

Written in English

255 pages

Cellular Cosmogony, which is Teed's unique form of Hollow Earth theory which puts forth the idea that the Earth, and universe are contained within a concave sphere, or 'cell'. The Koreshans even conducted several experiments, similar to those conducted by believers in a Flat Earth. The most well known was conducted on the beach of Naples, Florida (the Koreshan Geodetic Survey of 1897), a town south of the Koreshan Unity commune at Estero, Florida. Here is the description of the earth from Cellular Cosmogony:

"The sun is an invisible
electromagnetic battery revolving in
the universe's center on a 24-year
cycle. Our visible sun is only a
reflection, as is the moon, with the
stars reflecting off seven mercurial
discs that float in the sphere's
center. Inside the earth there are
three separate atmospheres: the first
composed of oxygen and nitrogen and
closest to the earth; the second, a
hydrogen atmosphere above it; the
third, an aboron (sic) atmosphere at
the center. The earth's shell is one
hundred miles thick and has seventeen
layers. The outer seven are metallic
with a gold rind on the outermost
layer, the middle five are mineral and
the five inward are geologic strata.
Inside the shell there is life,
outside a void."

(from Wikipedia)

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Cellular Cosmogony, which is Teed's unique form of Hollow Earth theory which puts forth the idea that the Earth, and universe are contained within a concave sphere, or 'cell'. The Koreshans even conducted several experiments, similar to those conducted by believers in a Flat Earth. The most well known was conducted on the beach of Naples, Florida (the Koreshan Geodetic Survey of 1897), a town south of the Koreshan Unity commune at Estero, Florida. Here is the description of the earth from Cellular Cosmogony:

"The sun is an invisible
electromagnetic battery revolving in
the universe's center on a 24-year
cycle. Our visible sun is only a
reflection, as is the moon, with the
stars reflecting off seven mercurial
discs that float in the sphere's
center. Inside the earth there are
three separate atmospheres: the first
composed of oxygen and nitrogen and
closest to the earth; the second, a
hydrogen atmosphere above it; the
third, an aboron (sic) atmosphere at
the center. The earth's shell is one
hundred miles thick and has seventeen
layers. The outer seven are metallic
with a gold rind on the outermost
layer, the middle five are mineral and
the five inward are geologic strata.
Inside the shell there is life,
outside a void."

(from Wikipedia)

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The Cellular Cosmogony

The Earth a Concave Sphere

This edition was published in by The Guiding Star Publishing House in Estero, Florida.


Table of Contents

Part 1 The Universology of Koreshanity Koresh
Introduction Introduction 5 - 9
The Universology of Koreshanity 11 - 28
Optical Factors and Illusions 29 - 34
Koreshan Geodetic Service 34 - 39
Part 2 The New Geodesy U. G. Morrow
The New Geodesy 40 - 47
Modern Geodetic Operations 47 - 63
The Earth Is Not Convex 64 - 76
Observations on Southern Waters 76 - 87
Principles of Mechanical Survey 87 - 100
The Koreshan Geodetic Survey 100 - 113
Observations on Southern Waters 76 - 87
Principles of Mechanical Survey 87 - 100
The Koreshan Geodetic Survey 100 - 113
Results and Inevitable Conclusions 113 - 134
Echos of the Geodetic Survey 134 - 145
In The Daily Press 145 - 168
The Hollow Globe and the Bible 168 - 184
Appendix 185 - 200

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Author
Cyrus Teed
Author
U. G. Morrow

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