posted on Oct, 12 2013 @ 10:23 PM
No substance here I was excited by the title..
Miniatus, I agree. This is merely one man's book that makes a claim.
But let's look at this for a moment. We are dealing with things that happened a few generations ago. These people are mostly gone. Their ability
to document and provide "proof" is very paltry compared to what we have to do it with today. Sure, they had cameras. But, we are also talking
about the loosing side of a war here. We are talking about the losers.
It is commonly known that the victors re-write history as is necessary to best highlight their achievements. After all, look at our bombing of
Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Let's try to find photographic proof of that. Guess what, the US Gov't has specifically labeled that as classified, to
this day, some 60-70 years later.
I for one am fascinated by what cannot be proven. I find that the Nazi relation to historical and religious artifacts, not to mention the occult, is
amazingly fascinating. I refuse to blindly accept the "official history" simply because it is what is given to me. Do I *believe* the above
reference to what may have happened historically? No. Am I open to the possibility of it? Absolutely.
The point I am trying to make is, we cannot know the absolute truth here. Perhaps someday, when certain facts are discovered and vetted. So why
bumble over intellectual superiority in the meanwhile? It is an interesting historical possibility, some of us find it fascinating. If you don't,
cool. Let those of us that do discuss it.
Just be open minded. That's all. Don't believe, but don't disbelieve. There is no reason at this time to disbelieve. There is no "proof" that
we should. Or that we shouldn't.