- Much has been said about the "UFO"
developments of the Third Reich; however, some important questions still
remain. Were the Germans actually successful with these developments or
not? According to some sources, an UFO crashed near the city of Freiburg
in 1936. The UFO was found, and it's likely that German scientists with
the assistance of Schutzstaffel (SS) managed to repair and even test the
UFO's energy system and propulsion systems.
- However, all attempts to reproduce the alien technology
failed. That is why there was only one variant of the flying apparatus.
Representatives of three occult societies, "Tule," Vril,"
and "Ahnenerbe," ran those projects.
- For five years, the Germans carried out work for the
creation of a secret project code-named "Base-211," This has
been determined by several independent experts. By the end of WWII, the
Germans already had nine scientific enterprises where "flying disk"
projects were tested. Many scientists are positive that at least one of
these Third Reich enterprises was transferred to the Antarctic.
- Famous researchers of the Third Reich's Antarctic mysteries,
R. Vesko, V. Terziysky, and D. Childress, claim that from 1942, thousands
of concentration camp prisoners, prominent scientists, pilots, politicians
with their families, and members of the Hitlerjugend were taken to the
South Pole via submarine. Some scientists believe that a German base still
remains in the Antarctic. Moreover, it is even said that there is an underground
Aryan city called New Berlin, which has a population of two million people.
- It is claimed that population of this city researches
genetic engineering and space technology. UFOs have been witnessed several
times near the South Pole, which is an indirect confirmation of the base's
existence there. In 1976, with the help of the latest technology, the Japanese
managed to detect nineteen round objects at the same time; the objects
dived from space to the Antarctic and disappeared from the radar screens.
- In 1927, an expedition of the famous English archeologist
Albert Mitchell-Hedges discovered crystal skulls in Central America. The
clearing of the ancient Mayan city in the tropical jungles of the Yucatan
peninsula (it's today's Belize) in 1924 preceded the discovery.
- It was decided to burn down thirty three hectares of
forests that covered the ancient buildings. When the smoke finally lifted,
the expedition saw an unbelievable scene: stone ruins of a pyramid, of
the city walls, and an enormous amphitheater that could hold up to several
thousands spectators. During the excavation of the ruins, Mitchell-Hedges
discovered the crystal skulls. His find became the most mysterious discovery
of the 20th century.
- The skulls were brought to a Brazilian museum. In 1943,
after an attempt to liberate the skulls, German "Ahnenerbe" agents
were detained. during their interrogation, the agents confessed that they
had been sent to South America with the special task of finding "the
crystal skulls of the Goddess of Death." Several more groups were
sent there with the same task. Although the majority of them were detained,
it is not ruled out some of the agents were successful.
- The seizing of the rare discoveries was directed by Karl
Maria Willigut, a black magician with a large influence on high-ranking
Nazi officials. He evinced particular interest in the magic methods used
by the Altantis pagan priests. The nazis hoped that those knowledge of
"the progenitrix of the Aryan race" would help them create the
- Today, some investigators suggest that the discovered
crystal sculls were made in Atlantis and were saved by a miracle. If this
is so, then it is clear why SS was so interested in the skulls.