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When Adolf Hitler spread his message of hatred, genocide, and oppression, as having been inspired by a blond race of superhuman warriors referred to as Aryans, it is assumed through historical accounts that this was simply the contrived mythology of a madman.
These same accounts omit representation that Adolf Hilter was a member of demonic UFO cult worshipping cabals, and was an apparent UFO contactee, by the same Extraterrestrial group which Hilter sought to glorify.
The Nazis themselves claimed that an extraterrestrial society was the source of their ideology and the power behind their organization. Nazi mysticism, indeed, was reportedly a direct product of cult worship to Manipulative Extraterrestrials.
The Nazis referred to their hidden extraterrestrial masters as underground supermen. Hitler believed in the supermen and claimed that he had once met one of them, as did other members of the Thule leadership.
Manipulative Extraterrestrials influenced Adolf Hitler, scholars suggest
The Nazis said that their “supermen” resided beneath the Earth’s surface and were the creators of “the Aryan race”. Aryans therefore in Adolf Hitler’s reasoning, constituted the world’s only “pure” race and all other people were viewed as “inferior genetic mutations”. The Nazis under the reported guidance of Manipulative Extraterrestrials planned to “re-purify” humanity by committing genocide against anyone who was not an Aryan. Top Nazi leaders believed that the underground “supermen” would return to the surface of the Earth to rule it as soon as the Nazis began their racial purification program and established the Thousand Year Reich.
These Nazi beliefs are very similar to other religions apparently also guided by Manipulative Extraterrestrials that teach people to prepare for the future return of supernatural beings who will reign over a “Utopian Earth”. As in other such religions, the coming of the Nazi “supermen” would coincide with a great final “divine judgment.” Nazi mysticism indeed earned the support of Christian leaders, who shared what Gnostic referred to as influence by demonic consciousness linked to a “false God”.
Of the “divine judgment,” Hitler had declared in court during his early Nazi days:
The [Nazi] army we have formed is growing from day to day. I nourish the proud hope that one day the hour will come when these rough companies will grow into battalions, the battalions to regiments, the regiments to divisions, that the old cockade [ribbon or rosette worn on a hat as a badge] will be taken from the mud, that the old flags will wave again, that there will be a reconciliation at the last great divine judgment which we are prepared to face.
Madam Blavatsky arrived in New York in 1873 and, with the help of a Colonel Henry Olcott, she founded the Theosophical Society two years later. This is still around today. The Theosophical Society’s headquarters in America were in California at Krotona. The Pythagorean mystery school in ancient Greece was at Crotona. Blavatsky’s society was yet another mystery school derivative. Its doctrines are based on Blavatsky’s books such as Isis Unveiled, which was written in 1877, and The Secret Doctrine, published in 1888, which are themselves based on the Hebrew Cabala.
She claimed to be in psychic contact with hidden masters or supermen. These hidden masters, she said, lived in central Asia and could be contacted telepathically by those who knew the secret to the esoteric mysteries.
Today we call this process of communication ‘channelling’. There are many UFO sightings and much research which indicate that there are secret underground and underwater bases for extraterrestrials around the world, central Asia among them. This connects with the endless legends and ancient traditions all over the world of a Master Race living within the Earth.
The belief in the Masters and the Great White Brotherhood of discarnate entities promoted by people like the Theosophical psychic of the post-Blavatsky period, Alice Bailey, is a theme that remains well entrenched in what is known today as the New Age movement. Alice Bailey founded the Arcane esoteric school. She claimed to ‘channel’ an entity she called the ‘Tibetan’ and she produced a number of books including Hierarchy Of The Masters, The Seven Rays, A New Group Of World Servers, and New World Religion. Bailey said that her Tibetan Master had told her the Second World War was necessary to defend the plan of God.
That sounds ridiculous to me, but there are many in the New Age field who believe that everything is part of ‘the plan’ and the will of God, even a global holocaust. It seems like a great excuse to do nothing and a cop out of mega proportions. We create our own reality and if we change our inner self we will change its outer reflection. Inner peace = outer peace. Wars don’t have to happen as part of some plan of God. We create them and if we change our inner self, our attitudes, we can stop creating them. It’s just a choice. My own view is that the Masters, the Great White Brotherhood, and this whole concept is something to be deeply wary of. Whenever I hear the term ‘Master’ I cringe.
Originally posted by Skyfloating
Originally posted by redwoodjedi
Trying to find a baseline experience that all would recognize in this soup is quite tasking. What foundational experience is there that all could have and that we could all then build from?
The only barometer I rely on is an immediate spontaneous sensing of things. After that, the intellect comes on and its impossible to tell what is what. I think every human has this sensing-system from birth, but not many are consciously aware of it.
Back on topic: What else did your dad say? By that I mean: Were other things he said generally reliable or did he like to spin yarn?
[edit on 13-9-2009 by Skyfloating]
Originally posted by Manuela
This stuff is totally interesting to me! You guys seem to know so much about it already!
P.S. Hey Erik, do you have any other Native American stories?
Originally posted by GW8UK
reply to post by redwoodjedi
It is more than likely the case that 'aliens' have been here since the dawn of man, we hear alot of stories about atlantis ect and although alot of evidence has not been recovered we still have remnants of the past eras. There are acient ruins all over the world which couldnt have been buit by us, therefore either there was assistance by a community with far greater knowledge of arcitecture, or man before us was more developed and wiped out by a distaster. Its an interesting subject and to make a judgement you need to see alot of info on the topic. www.cosmosmagazine.com...
Heres to get started, Also talking about interdimentional beings instead of aliens is interesting, Metaphysics has taking off amongst some very well educated and well respected physisists, and some of there findings have interesting implacations. x
Originally posted by redwoodjedi
My father (20 plus year career in Military Intelligence for U.S. Air Force Reserves at Edwards AFB) often spoke of a small community of Humanoids that lived deep in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California near Big Bear. He got wind of this community from several "old timers" that lived their whole life in the area and would see the same faces that seemed never to age or aged very slowly.
Have any of you heard of or seen or experienced anything to suggest evidence corroborating such a claim? Noted UFO researcher Peter Guttilla has spoken of such instances and has even relayed an instance where he suspected that a man and a girl he saw in a restaurant might have fit the bill because of unusual height and slightly "off" eyes.
I am willing to entertain, nay hypothesize a bit on this topic so long as it doesn't turn into some paranoia driven "witch hunt" of sorts. I have my own theories on this (some of them slightly paranoid) but one really stands out.
We all know of enlightened communities that seem to dot the globe with a certain j'ene ne c'est qois or intense but soothing energy about them. This sounds polarized on the side of benevolence but think about it. There are places like Sedona, Arizona - Mt. Shasta, California - Amesbury, England - Ayers Rock, Australia - Ashland, Oregon and so on. What gives these communities of interesting energy that "energy"? Is it of the Earth or is it something else altogether different? A lot of the places that I just mentioned harbor vortexes. In particular Sedona, Arizona as well as Mt. Shasta both tout of their vortexes. I have personally been to the vortexes of Sedona. You know you are in them by the "tingling" energy and the way the immediate plant life swirls upward towards the sky. Without sounding too Von Daniken-like, are these natural or implanted? Beacons? Are these places of residents for other worldlies, or other demensional beings? Hmmmm.
It will be curious to see what this thread pulls out of the virtual woodwork. Anybody or anything can be a member on ATS...
Originally posted by Donnie Darko
Do you think he is talking about some kind of Elven colony?