posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 03:03 PM
I have very few interests involving strange and conspiratorial subjects, but Nazi technologies happens to be one of them, and I think that this
relates to this thread. There have been many books written over the years that have presented information involving Nazi technologies that were highly
speculative, and one must be careful in determining which elements are fact, which are possibilities, probable, etc...We know for a fact that the
Nazis were working on disc-shaped aircraft, and they led every other country in this regard. I think the successes they found in this area were only
possible due to the high command's interest in everything "occult," or what others might call science fiction. Instead of suppressing ideas that
even today we might call fanciful, they embraced them to some extent, with people like Viktor Schauberger.
And something interesting to note is that what little German documentation remains, along with personal testimony from a variety of different
individuals of the time, says that Nazi disc craft really began to take off around 1944, which is the same year the foo fighters were being seen
often. It seems that the main problem they Nazis had in the beginning was finding a propulsion system adequate and advanced enough to propel these
newly designed craft. They were not going to use conventional fuels and engines, as they desperately needed some type of engine that had an easily
renewable source of energy. It seems that they also had trouble weaponizing their disc-shaped craft, and subsequently they used them mainly for
battlefield reconnaissance. It is interesting to note some of the testimony from USSR soldiers who claimed to see these craft observing battles,
notably at the battle of Kursk.
The allies took the idea of the Germans developing some type of "wonder weapon" very seriously, as they should have, given the caliber of scientists
the Nazis had working for them. The US and USSR knew this, and this is why they snatched so many of them up in Operation Paperclip at the end of WWII.
What the propulsion system was that was used in their highly maneuverable craft I do not know, but perhaps it had something to do with utilizing
magnetic fields to cancel some of the force of gravity. Even today there are many who state that modern physics has overlooked the fundamental makeup
of the universe, and do not know that it is all based around magnetism. This would mean gravity is controlled by magnetism, and the Nazis could have
gotten lucky and hit upon this idea, utilizing it to achieve the speeds and maneuverability that so many witnesses attested to during WWII. There
really were many sightings.
Not just in Germany either, but stretching all the way down to Antarctica. I do not think the Germans had time to perfect and weaponize their
inventions, as by the time they had reached that stage they had to start moving bases out of Germany, as the Soviets were knocking in the East, and
the Americans in the West. Germany was going to fall, it was just a matter of time. Perhaps they thought they could still win with one of these wonder
weapons, I do not know. But anecdotal, and physical evidence, suggest they moved their disc facilities to different places, including Northern Norway,
and possibly even Antarctica. We know they were transporting lots of equipment covertly via submarines to the South Atlantic, as some of the
submariners who popped up months after the war in Argentina attested to this fact. Even long before the war started the Germans had secretly been
increasing the size of their base in Antarctica, although many will say this is not true. I trust the personal testimony I have read, as well as the
statements made by allied officials.
Operation Highjump itself was obviously an attempt to check out the reports of this Nazi base in Antarctica, and individuals who were present on that
mission claimed they were attacked by disc-shaped craft, and the operation terminated abruptly, long before it was scheduled to end. Not to mention
that any information that has anything to do with this time and this technology is still classified, and likely will never be released. The Nazis also
had to destroy the crafts they could not transport, as they did not want them to fall into the hands of the allies. There are claims that the Germans
had a whole fleet of different types of these craft, but more realistically there were probably only up to 3 different versions, and they never got
the chance to mass produce them, since the war was virtually over by that time.
But this technology definitely lived on, whether Nazis survived and continued research in Antarctica or South America, or whether the US or the
Soviets continued the work after learning what was going on. So I think it is more probable that much of what is seen in our modern day skies is
military in nature. And the foo fighters were early attempts by the Nazis. Perhaps they hoped the EM fields would disrupt allied plane engines, I