Joseph H. Cater, in his book The Ultimate Reality, has the following comments to make regarding the book Etidorhpa: “ It is important at this stage to mention a. Etidorhpa has ratings and 23 reviews. Katelis said: One of the most strange books ever. It isn’t only the problem, myth and theory of the Hollow Eart. Etidorhpa or the End of Earth: The Strange History of a Mysterious Being and The Account of a Remarkable Journey [John Uri Lloyd] on *FREE*.
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This great book probably contains more profound metaphysical and scientific truths than any other book written up to the present. The structure of the hollow earth and the effects of gravitation at various places is much better worked out than some of the ‘nonfiction’ hollow earth books e.
Looks to me like a 70s colouring job. Immerse yourselves in this one and give me This was a trippy, trippy book! They chose the right picture for the decade anyway! Take a Victorian scifi premise, say, a trip to the center of the earth, and by the way, it’s hollow.
Dec 28, Noah Vickstein rated it it was amazing. A part of this spiritual journey included the opportunity to establish contact with a super-human, eyeless being, inside a cave in Kentucky. View all 6 comments. Gil Lopez rated it really liked it Dec 04, Paperbackpages. This a quite a unique novel. The listener remains incredulous pretty much throughout, sensibly enough.
Laura Harrigan rated it liked it Nov 01, Definitive reading This book is best read by more evolved people. Refresh and try again. Yes, indeed, it is a terra nova.
Lloyd was a chemist as well as a writer so the speculation that he might have experimented on himself—and thus produced this book—is understandable. Written well over a century ago, John Uri Lloyd was a visionary who spoke of far distant worlds, dead civilizations, other dimensions and in particular, a world few of us will ever get to visit. It isn’t only the problem, myth and theory of the Hollow Earth that is developed in extence; apart from the excelent and brilliant first chapter, where the famous quote from Seneca is referred, and the metamorphoses of the hero that follows, there are so many scientific paradoxes, strange explanations of geological phenomena, informations on chemical reactions, unorthodox physical appearences in the Earth’s entrailes, and of course the teacher and quide of the protagonist, the asexual creature, who is neither alien, nor terrestial, reminder of what one would have been if he lived in Earth’s internal, that make this book exceptional.
If so, I want what he had! Apr 01, Nathanael rated it it was amazing. Etidorhpa is considered by most to be a science fiction book. Searching around turned up another colourised example from Baurus rated it it was amazing Apr 16, Whether the author ran out of steam, or the ending was only supposed to be implied, is unknown. Yet his voice was singularly perfect. The problem is that the book is extremely dense, and you will find yourself rereading passages because they contain impossible amounts of information and nuance.
It becomes an inner journey of the spirit as much as a geographical trip through underground realms. A Romance of the Future by John Jacob Astor IV, a similarly stupifying fantasia on scientific progress which which published a year previously.
Etidorhpa; or, The End of Earth. by John Uri Lloyd
The speaker stood in a stooping position, with his face towards the earth as if to shelter it from the sunshine. I recently acquired a rare first edition of this book, published by the author, complete with John Uri Lloyd’s signature and side notes. I had already read the book before I got my hands on it, but I etidorupa eager to read it again.
Pseudoscientific claptrap, the dullest acid trip ever committed to paper. Looking Backward-The Living Brain. This book took me well over a year to finish.
It took me a few tries to make it through Etidorhpa, plunging deeper into the book each time. A scientific vision, infuenced by apocryphal knowledge, deprived from every human trace, cold, remote.
Whatever hidden cities, lost continents or subterranean kingdoms are promised, too many of them reveal a race of pompous individuals, usually clad in Greek, Roman or Egyptian attire with little variety to their civilisations unless their world is also populated by the odd monster or two.
I wish I was a better etidprhpa capable of capturing more. Nature even if it is supposed that have been changed to something better, new, rather seems to be neutral, without soul. Definitely provides much food for thought. Then comes a Prologue in which Drury introduces himself.
Written at the turn of the 19th to 20th century by a native Cincinnatian it explores science, religion, and the issues of the day particularly the Temperance Movement. Flannery, John Uri Lloyd: Science fiction and fantasy evolved so rapidly in the early 20th century that the products stidorhpa previous centuries often seem uninventive in comparison. The Food of Man. Mar 18, Ronald rated it liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Etidorhpa, or, the end of the earth: It is a psychadelic journey to the center etidorhp the earth along the lines of Jules Verne but with a lot of insight into views towards alchemy and the occult at the etidrohpa of the 19th century. The book is entitled Etidorhpa and was first published in