I like a little fantasy but maybe, just maybe, some fantasies have a little truth about them or, there again, they might be first degree codswallop. Take Rainbow City for example.
Rainbow City is an ancient Martian City right here on Earth, most of it is made from a form of plastic, a bit like Lego perhaps.
And where is this city? Somewhere hidden beneath the icy wastes of Antarctica. It’s actually only one of network of Martian cities built over two and a half million years ago. The other cities are now abandoned but Rainbow City remains inhabited by a few of the original colonists who made their way to Earth.
It is said that warm springs keep out the cold and ice walls 10,000 feet high guard it from intruders.
Believable so far?
The first information received about Rainbow City arrived in the 1940s in the writings of William and Gladys Hefferlin and the document was appropriately titled the Hefferlin Manuscript.
It seems that Will and Gladys learned of the city from their contact with Rani Khatani who is supposedly one of the Ancient Three who govern this Martian refuge.
And where are Mr & Mrs Hefferlin now? Well, it’s rumoured that they are now living in Rainbow City and are free from old age and death with thanks to very advanced Martian medical sciences.
Now you may be wondering why the Martians would want to build a city in such an inhospitable place as Antartica. Well this is what the Hefferlin Manuscript tells us.
Millions of years back Mars was an okay place to live but their ancients realised that the planet was dying and it’s oxygen and water was getting in shorter and shorter supply. It became a necessity to move, so they packed some of their bags and headed for Earth.
The Great Ruler of Mars sent a fleet of spaceships to Earth and they settled in the area we now know as Antarctica. Here they built seven cities each of a different colour but Rainbow City, the greatest of them all, was made up of all of the colours of the rainbow.
At the time Antarctica was a good, warm place to live, but a great catastrophe of some sort occurred and the Earth was tipped on it’s axis.
The survivors of this disaster had to abandon all but the Rainbow City and many settled in the northern hemisphere and gradually lost there technological knowledge.
Only Rainbow City remained – and remains to this day.
Keep an open mind and think outside the box.