reply to post by ANNED
that is possible. like i said, i think the Nazi's definitely achieved orbit before the US or USSR. It is difficult to comprehend how "far
advanced" their technology was compared to ours (i say it that way because it isn't that they were advanced, but more that there was a fostering of
a different mindset. In business, we would say that the Weimers/Germans "hunted differently" than we did, and acheived different results because of
Something to consider: throughout mankinds past we have been VERY good at observing the world around us, and making use of what we saw. Viktor
Schauberger is an example of this being pushed to an extreme degree, and look what he did for the Nazi's.
It is entirely likely that the "man" of years past didn't seek to conquer the world. Rather, it sought to live with the world. We look for an
advanced civilization that was like us, and it is possible that it wasn't. It is possible that remnants of this civilization could be few and far
As well, it is not beyond the reach of a highly attuned, "priest" of The Mysteries to be able to achieve something extraordinary, just by observing,
studying, and then emulating nature (or something seen in nature).
Something else to consider: the Nazi's didn't invent rocket technology. Nor did Robert Goddard. Rocket technology was invented, apparently, by
the Chinese. Or where ever THEY got it from.
Using gunpowder is simply using a fairly ineffective, dry propellant. Oil was well known to the "orient" (they even used crude oil, in small
amounts, as a seasoning in food), and Kerosene is a favorite fuel for lifting objects off the ground.
As well, the technology for separating oxygen and hydrogen in water was known to ancient man (it was an alchemical process to them, and practiced by
Priests initiated into the alchemical aspects of their faith).
If you look really hard, you will see that all the tools were there, far back in antiquity, to do just about everything that we could do before 1960.
Perhaps it was the tribal nature that impeded communication of ideas? Or knowledge hoarding? I don't know...but most of what we "discover" today
is just a rediscovery of something known and studied by the simple shaman/priest of antiquity.