Epic post, OP! Some of us were talking about Vrill-Odin, BlackSun, Icecube Neutrino Observatory, Antarctica and the Ross Dependency struggle with
Russia, and the idea that Nazi bases might exist at the Paraguay and Antarctic aquifers, as strange as it may sound -- just a couple days ago -- maybe
yesterday, in fact! Maybe that is some proof for you guys that this stuff is serious business!
Projekt Riese is a good thing to keep in mind when you are researching what happened to Hitler's junk. The allies and Russians only found about half
the tunnels and almost no stuff.
Also look up Schloss-Furstenstein castle space program and remember the litany recited by SS and their friends: "I am as a stone who fell from Heaven"
(Nazi satanist litany quoted by Miguel Serrano!).
Third Reich projekt die Glocke was no joke! People shouldn't be laughing about it, either. Even apes can smile.
And to make it all sound stranger, yet closer to the truth, keep in mind that Admiral Byrd's alleged encounter with the Nazi aircraft was the SAME
YEAR as the Roswell Incident -- 1947-- also the same year the AIR FORCE and CIA were made. You should research Lilly Pad bases and why a separate
command from the ARMY was needed in the first place.
Something about it doesn't smell right -- Nazi spacecraft sabotaging key missions in 1947, and the Air Force is formed? Was there a war we never even
knew about all this time, or are the Nazis just protecting their free energy experiments and some of the nastier lab work with genetics etc.?
I am a complete believer in the existence of capable, practical, ingenuitive and evil Nazi science applications.
That is why I feel so GOOD whenever I see a Simon Wiesenthal Center discovery/arrest in the news.
I also find it interesting that due to the work of a novel writer named Forsyth, the Wiesenthal people caught a real live Nazi fugitive in
Some of you might be fellow CERN bashers with me. I found it disgusting that Hitler's top nuclear scientist headed CERN for so many years after the
war ended. Read about URANVEREIN. Uranium Club.
Think about the great deception of Einstein and his claims about "nothing exceeding light speed".
The bomb was the Nazi's gift to us in exchange for leaving their space program alone, I am starting to think.
Not to mention the possibility that the LHCs are in fact weapon-capable.
Hope we all wake up in the morning LOL
EDIT: Found the post from last night:
Originally posted by KhufuKeplerTriangle
Think for a moment.
Think about the Van Allen belts.
Think about the shape of the earth's magnetic field.
Is the magnetic field frying us earthlings? It's certainly intense enough --
But because it comes from the frozen poles of our planet and arcs out into space, safely away from us humans,
it's "harmless" until we try to fly through it, or pass unshielded through the field.
An aircraft can also use this exact model (planetary model of electromagnetic gravity affectation), when it is projecting a magnetic field, the field
must be large enough to account for the "safe zone" needed by the crew and craft. I.e. the field is shaped like a "bubble" with a non ionized
interior, just like the field around earth.
Flying saucers and Nazi Bell-based craft, like the Vrill ODin and those things, would have had major radiation problems and lots of plasma explosions
before the bugs were ironed out. They probably fried some ground technicians too (just google it lol). But once they perfected the process of exciting
the plasma and producing a field of the right shape and size, the issue of damaging the occupants became less intense and the possibilities more
Of course you realize that "propulsion based space travel" is inferior to quantum leaps, which are also possible but harder to understand (yet easier
on the traveler!).
EDIT: but about the Israelis having a radar buster or ghost projection, scrambler, whatever you wanna call it...
Kind of cool! One of those toys that doesn't come out of the closet much I hope...
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