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by Diana Brown           February 27, 2018            (howstuffworks.com)

• According to mainstream American history books, the Allies defeated the Nazis and Hitler in 1945 … or did they?

• Some believe that as many as 250,000 senior Nazi Party officials, and even Hitler, escaped in U-boats from Germany to Argentina in the last days of the World War II, protected by the sympathetic Juan Peron administration, and even to a secret base in Antarctica that was already developing powerful new weapons.

• Shortly after World War II, the US Navy mounted a huge expedition to Antarctica called Operation Highjump, with dozens of aircraft and ships and more than 4,000 US personnel led by Admiral Richard Byrd. When they got there, several American pilots reported seeing flat, disc-like aircraft that chased but never shot at them, and balls of light, or “foo fighters”, that shut down their planes’ bombing capabilities. The mission was to last nine months, but it abruptly ended after just one month. Said Admiral Byrd to the Chilean Press, we were met by a new enemy that “could fly from pole to pole at incredible speeds”.

• Did these UFOs come from Neuschwabenland, the secret Antarctic Nazi base built in the 1930s that German Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz bragged about in 1943, and where Nazi scientists continued inventing new weapons? Did they make contact with reptilian extraterrestrials who shared their advanced technology?

[Editor’s Note] Speaking of Antarctica, Look for Dr Michael Salla’s new book, Antarctica’s Secret History, coming out March 25th.

 

The sick and twisted actions of Nazi Germany have been extensively documented. Beyond starting a war with the entire world, the Nazi Party attempted to exterminate Jews, homosexuals, the disabled and the elderly. Fortunately, the Allies defeated the Nazis and Hitler in 1945 … or did they?

Some believe that as many as 250,000 senior officers in the Nazi Party, perhaps even Hitler, escaped in U-boats from Germany in the last days of the World War II. But where would they have gone? Some say they went to Argentina, protected by the sympathetic Juan Peron administration, but others believe they escaped to a secret base in Antarctica that was already developing startling and powerful new weapons. Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know hosts Matt Frederick and Ben Bowlin look all the theories — and facts — in the podcast Did the Nazis Really Make UFOs?

Shortly after World War II ended, the United States mounted a huge expedition to Antarctica called Operation Highjump. It wasn’t the first time the U.S. went there: As early as the 1800s, scientific teams from several countries were trying to explore, map and gain dominion over the last uninhabited continent. But the size of Operation Highjump exceeded all others; more than 4,000 U.S. personnel, plus dozens of aircraft and ships were part of the expedition led by Adm. Richard Byrd. Although the mission was intended to last six to nine months, it ended abruptly after just one.

Conspiracy theorists believe it ended because the contingent was being constantly bombarded by artillery, and the men sustained heavy casualties. Byrd was quoted in the Chilean Press saying they were met by a new enemy that “could fly from pole to pole at incredible speeds,” though the U.S. would not confirm his information. And what’s more, several reports exist of pilots seeing UFOs — flat, disc-like aircraft that chased, but never shot at, them. They also reported balls of light that followed their planes.

The pilots called them “foo fighters,” and these UFOs were supposedly able to shut down their planes’ bombing capabilities. Did these UFOs come from Neuschwabenland, the secret Nazi base built in the 1930s, bragged about by German Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz in 1943? Did all the brilliant but twisted scientists involved in Nazi atrocities really hunker down in the frozen desolation of the South Pole to continue inventing new weapons, unseen by the world? Or to make contact with reptilian extraterrestrials who shared their advanced technology?

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by Rob Waugh           February 19, 2018            (metro.co.uk)

• Rodney Cluff, the author of World Top Secret: The Earth is Hollow, says that more and more people are accepting the theory that the Earth is hollow (or honeycombed), and that these interior areas are home to advanced civilizations with UFO technology.

• Researchers such as Nigel Watson, author of UFOs: The Nazi Connection also claim that Hitler and the Nazis established an underground base at New Swabia, Antarctica after World War II. Ernest Zundal, in his 1975 book Nazi Secret Weapon, stated that after WWII the Nazis continued to develop flying saucers and found an entrance to the hollow Earth within Antarctica.

• The theory goes on to claim that the CIA and the US military-industrial complex secretly allied with these post-WWII Nazis, and created vast underground bases at Dulce (New Mexico); Area 51 (Nevada); Camp Hero (Long Island); and Denver International Airport. Underground bases have also been built in Europe and Australia.

• Says Cluff, “The shell of the Earth is about 800 miles thick, from the outside to the inner surface. Suspended in the center of that hollow is an interior sun that is divided by day and night sides.” The North and South poles have substantial openings that lead into the interior. Rumors about secret Nazi UFO projects provide an alternative to the extraterrestrial invader explanation.

 

Thousands of new believers are ‘discovering’ the idea that our planet is hollow – and there’s a race of alien super-beings inside it, flying about in UFOs, according to the Independent.

Oh, and the Nazis are somehow involved as well, with many conspiracy theorists convinced that Hitler and his colleagues escaped into the hollow Earth in 1945.

So how do you actually believe this stuff without the aid of hard drugs?

Speaking to The Sun, Rodney Cluff, the author of World Top Secret: The Earth is Hollow, said, ‘More and more people are coming to terms with the fact that the Earth is hollow. I get emails from people learning about it every day.

‘It’s definitely growing in popularity – certainly not in the millions but maybe in the thousands.’

‘I don’t know how the flat-Earthers can be so confused. They are obviously wrong. The world is not flat – it’s hollow. They reject all the evidence.’

So what’s it like in there?

Cluff said in 2015, ‘My conception of the Hollow Earth, based on my research is that the shell of the Earth is about 800 miles thick, from the outside to the inner surface. Suspended in the center of that hollow is an interior sun that is divided by day and night sides.

‘The other part of the Hollow Earth theory is that near the North and South pole are substantial openings that lead into the interior.’

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by Brent Swancer      October 25, 2017      (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• In the 1930’s, both Hitler and his SS commander Heinrich Himmler were intensely interested mysticism and the paranormal.

• In 1938 the Nazis organized another expedition to the Himalayan Mountains, as they believed Tibet to be the origin of the Aryan race.

• Others have speculated that the true mission was to locate the hairy creature known as the “Yeti” or the “Abominable Snowman”. Still, the records are secretive as to the actual reasons for the Nazi expedition or what they actually found.

• It is clear from the enormous amount of funding devoted to the expedition that this was of the highest priority to Hitler.

[Editor’s Note]  Perhaps the real reason for the Nazi’s Tibetan expeditions was not to locate the fabled Yeti, a mere cover story, but to find the inner earth entrance to the fabled Shangri-La, inhabited by the Agarthan Nordics and Draco Reptilians who became the Nazi’s allies.

 

Nazis. These villains of history seem to have somehow transcended their place in the grand scheme of things to propel outwards into the farthest fringes of the strange. From secret occult experiments, to UFO bases, to exploration into the supernatural and development of shadowy weapons the likes of which the world has never seen, these classic baddies have become legendary in their scope and well-deserving of their status as one of the most iconic villains in cinema. Buried within all of the conspiracies and weird historical oddities associated with the Nazis one can find a plentitude of curious little tales, and one that has seemed to have picked up quite a bit of interest in cryptozoological circles. It is an odd case combining the best of the Nazis, high adventure, and mysterious monsters.

There is so much fantastical lore on the Nazis that it is sometimes difficult to ascertain just where the truth blurs, ends, and pure fiction begins. To be sure Hitler was intensely interested in pursuing all manner of the paranormal, the unknown, and the weird, to the point that there was even a whole organization devoted to it, called the Ahnenerbe, headed by Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler, which was ostensibly a project to investigate the history of the Aryan race but quickly branched out into all manner of mysticism, the strange, and the occult, no doubt due to Himmler’s intense interest in the area. The Ahnenerbe would be linked to pursuing everything from witchcraft to physics powers, to demonology, to looking for the real Holy Grail, and one of Himmler’s quests may have very well been a hunt for the elusive Yeti of the Himalayas, or also commonly called the Abominable Snowman.

In 1938 the Nazis organized an expedition to the frigid wilds of the Himalayan Mountains in Tibet, which was sanctioned by Himmler and his Ahnenerbe, and was to be led by German zoologist and SS officer Ernst Schäfer. Joining him were other scientists, such as anthropologist Bruno Beger, who was quite notorious for his theories that Tibet was the birthplace of the Aryan race. This was a sentiment shared by Himmler himself, who believed that these ancient Aryans had once conquered a good portion of Asia. The purpose of the expedition, which would be Schäfer’s third to the region, was officially announced as purely scientific research in order to create a natural and cultural history of the region, including its flora, fauna, ethnology, and geology, with Schäfer saying of the mission:   The primary aim of this expedition was an holistic creation of a complete biological record of Tibet alongside a synthesis of inter-relating natural sciences with regard to geography, cartography, geology, earth magnetics, climate, plants, animals and mankind.

However, of course considering who was involved it has long been thought that this was merely a front for something else entirely. Indeed, British writer Christopher Hale told of a secret warning issued by propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels in 1940 that claimed that the expedition had the rather more sinister objective of political and military ends, such as establishing bases in the area for staging guerrilla assaults against the British in India or providing maps and survey charts for this purpose.

The 1938 Nazi Tibet Expedition

The 1938 Nazi Tibet Expedition

There are also many who think that the true motive of the mission was to find the elusive Yeti and use it as some sort of evidence to prove their pseudoscientific theories on the origins of human races and perpetuate its own propaganda to this end, with there even being rumors that they may have thought of the Yeti as a sort of progenitor of the Aryan race. The truth of these claims is hard to ascertain. Schäfer and Beger would certainly have been aware of the legends of massive hairy wild men in the wilds of the Himalayas, and considering the willingness of the Nazis to pursue some pretty far-out avenues of research it does not sound as if it would be totally beyond them to mount a covert mission to find the beasts.

Despite all of these theories, any ulterior motives the 1938-1939 Nazi expedition to Tibet may have had have been obscured, either because they were covered up or never existed in the first place. Officially, the expedition collected thousands of specimens of plant and animal life, as well as numerous photographs, film footage, and artifacts of the native peoples, such as a copy of the Tibetan “Bible”, called the Kangyur, as well as a vast amount of geological and topographical data. There were also reams of Schäfer’s detailed notes on every aspect of the expedition, as well as meticulous, lengthy descriptions of the culture and customs of the Tibetans, not to mention Berger’s own detailed diary of the mission, which would be published some 60 years later under the title Mit der deutschen Tibetexpedition Ernst Schäfer 1938/39 nach Lhasa. Yet nowhere amongst any of these accounts is there any mention of a hunt for the Abominable Snowman, nor any reference to sightings or evidence of it at all. The Yeti seemed to play no role in any of this at all, and indeed it seems that Schäfer himself believed the legendary creature to be nothing more mysterious than some sort of large bear.

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