The following pages contain the first and only description of the realistic Universe of land, water, oxygen, and vegetation, where human and other forms of animal life abound.

This is not a work of fiction, nor is it a technical analysis of anything. It is a simple recital of fact which transcends the most elaborate fiction ever conceived. It is diametrically opposed to the assumptions and the mathematical conclusions of theorists and technicians throughout the ages. It is truth.

These pages describe the physical land routes from the Earth to every land area of the universe about us, which is all land. Such routes extend from beyond the North Pole and South Pole so-called "ends" of the Earth as decreed by theory. It will here be adequately shown that there are no northern or southern limits to the Earth. It will thereby be shown where movement straight ahead from the Pole points, and on the same level as the Earth, permits of movement into celestial land areas appearing "up, or out from the Earth. An original treatise basic to this book was written and has been expounded at American universities, 1927-1930.

Since then, the U.S. Naval Research Bureau and the VS. Navy's exploratory forces have conclusively confirmed the work's principal features. Since December 12, 1928, U.S. Navy polar expeditions have determined the existence of indeterminable land extent beyond both Pole points, out of bounds of the assumed "isolated globe" Earth as postulated by the Copemican Theory of 1543. On January 13, 1956, as this book was being prepared, a U.S. Naval air unit penetrated to the extent of 2,300 miles beyond the assumed South Pole end of the Earth. That flight was always over land and water and Ice.

For very substantial reasons, the memorable flight received negligible press notice.

The United States and more than thirty other nations prepared unprecedented polar expeditions for 1957-58 to penetrate land now proved to extend without limit beyond both Pole points. My original disclosure of then-unknown land beyond the Poles, in 1926-28, was captioned by the press as "More daring than anything Jules Verne ever conceived." Today, thirty years later, the United States, Russia, Argentina, and other nations have bases on that realistic land extent which is beyond the Earth. It is not space, as theory dictated; it is land and water of the same order that comprise known Earth territory.

This work provides the first account of why it is unnecessary to attempt "shooting up," or out, from the terrestrial level for journey to any of the astronomically named celestial land areas. It relates why such attempt would be futile.

These pages present incontrovertible evidence that the same atmospheric density of this Earth prevails throughout the entire Universe. Such a feature proves that, except for the presence of a gaseous sky envelope and underlying oxygen content equivalent to that of the Earth, we could never observe the luminous celestial areas designated as "star," or "planet." It is shown here that in a determination of realistic cosmic values the observed luminous areas of the Universe about us represent celestial sky areas, and that they are as continuous and connected as all areas of this Earth's continuous and connected sky. Hence it is shown that there are no "globular and isolated bodies" to be found throughout the whole Universe: they are elements of lens deception.

Accordingly, the absence of celestial "bodies" precludes any possibility of bodies "circling or ellipsing in space."

This work is radically and rightfully opposed to astronomical conclusions of all ages. It depicts the illusions developing from all telescopic observations and photographs of universe about us. It clearly explains and vividly illustrates why those lens-developed illusions have been mistakenly accepted as facts. The book is therefore unparalleled in the long history of man's attempted interpretation and recording of the universe about us. It projects man's first understanding of the factual and endless Universe which contains human life throughout its vast length and width regardless of all abstract theory to the contrary.

The discovery of new worlds, in matter as in mind, is but the logical outcome of an infinite universe.

F. Amadeo Giannini

Page 59, last two lines: Reverse these lines
Page 87, line 1: For Figure 4, read Figure 6
Figure 6 (preceding page 87), caption, right-hand column.
line 2: For blue sky, read luminous sky
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For Figure 5, see Frontispiece


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