posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 05:56 AM
After the war, the top Nazi scientists and much of their technology was taken to area 51 in the US. A team of special forces (not called that at the
time) was sent to Antarctica and within a few weeks the Nazi post surrendered. The US continued efforts at drilling beneath the ice until they reached
a warm cavernous environment, which they explored until it came to what could only be described as a world of it's own. It contained what were many
cities that lay beneath the ice of which belong to a very advanced race of beings know as the "Nod" from which people often confuse with the
Nordics, or "Nordic". The Nod are peaceful but since the time they were discovered, they have become much more involved in human advancements. Their
main concern is human lack of peaceful coexistence with other human types. Concern for a resultant worldwide radioactive poisoning from nuclear
reactors and nuclear war, or both have put them on the edge of actually physically intervening in human affairs. But that is only one option. Most of
them want to remain in their cities apart from any human involvement.
It wasn't that the Nod thought that the Nazi people were the only game in town, but that they were sitting over one of their cities and so took an
interest in them. They consider all humans to be alike. However, should the surface of the earth be laid waste with radioactive toxin from spent
nuclear reactors and war, they will remain in their cities until the present ice age is done and Antarctica is once again the lush and futile place it
was a long time ago.
Proof of their existence can be found from images of their craft seen coming up from the ice sheet in Antarctica from one of the US stations where
night was turned to day as it passed by.