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Hollow Planets: Jan Lamprecht

Born in Zimbabwe, now living in Johannesburg, South Africa, Jan Lamprecht has been involved with computer programming, consulting, etc., for the last 19 years. He has had an intense interest in offbeat subjects such as UFOs, etc., since his teenage years. His book, Hollow Planets was published in July 1999. He is currently working on a follow-up book which will concentrate on many Arctic mysteries and issues which have been long ignored. Hollow Planets book review: Could the Earth (and other planets) be hollow? I'm not sure, but Jan Lamprecht's book, HOLLOW PLANETS, provides plenty of reasons to at least not dismiss the idea out of hand. First, the negatives: A self published book, it has a number of typos and grammatical errors. Also, it seems to me that an editor's help could improve readability and reduce the 596 pages without any loss of substance. However, to anyone with an interest in the subject, these are not major problems. This book approaches the subject from a variety of scientific viewpoints. There is a chapter on legends, but no channeled material, spirit guides from inside Mt. Shasta, or other esoteric topics. Even without these subjects, though, this is not a one dimensional presentation. By my count, the book covers close to 120 different topics relating to the possibility of hollow planets. Beginning with a history of the idea, which includes hollow earth theo
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