The Third Reich – Operation UFO is a 2006 Russian documentary written and directed by Vitaly Pravdivtsev about the Nazi’s fascination with Antarctica and their development of flying saucers. The English translation for subtitles is credited to Irina Du Toit.
For those familiar with the subject, there is unlikely to be anything new. For those who aren’t, this is a decent introduction at an economical runtime of just under 45 minutes.
Below are a few key points, not intended to be a summary.
In January 1939, a German expedition launched two aircraft which flew over the land. They dropped pendants every 25 km, claiming over 600,000 km^2 of which 350,00 km^2 were photographed.
Admiral Karl Doenitz of the U-boat fleet: “At the other end of the world, we’ve made an impregnable citadel for our Fuhrer.” It is a strange quote if read in isolation… but perhaps not if Antarctica is referred to.
Recently, huge underground lakes were discovered in Antarctica. The water temperature is 18 degrees Celsius with air above it. It is surmised that warm water from these lakes constantly flowing into the ocean form tunnels, giving relatively easy access to submarines.
According to some, the Germans did indeed build a base under Antarctica, codenamed “Base 211”.
From 1939, regular trips were made to Antarctica that included engineers and skilled personnel as well as mine construction and tunneling equipment. From 1942, party members were transferred to the continent.
After the war, the US recruited German scientists but found many were missing without being listed as dead. Also missing were over 100 submarines.
In 1946, Admiral Richard Byrd was ordered to lead an expedition (Operation Highjump) to destroy Nazi forces that were based in Antarctica. They were attacked by “flying saucers”, losing a number of aircraft as well as a destroyer.
The Ahnenerbe society was officially founded in 1935 to research the historical roots of Germany. However, it researched all subjects, including psychological and psychotropic methods of influence. Most of all, it was particularly interested in occult knowledge and technology.
Ahnenerbe translates to “legacy of the ancestors” and Nazi officials were interested in Antarctica because they believed it was once Atlantis and that it was the Aryan race’s home. As such, they believed Germany was the heir to their knowledge and technology. Ultimately, the Nazi hierarchy was interested in the “super human” and “super weapons”.
Interestingly, the map compiled by Turkish Admiral Piri Reis, dated 1513, shows the Antarctic coast without its icecap.
The Ahnenerbe society was also interested in paranormal abilities, utilizing individuals with such abilities to contact beings referred to as “outsiders”.
In 1919, the Thule Society used two mediums, one of them named Maria Orsic, who channeled advanced knowledge.
Later, the Nazis developed the so-called saucer utilizing electro-gravitics. However, power was a problem and they invited Viktor Schauberger to produce an engine.
It is suspected that the Nazis produced at least a few saucers towards the end of WWII. Archived documents reveal designs for the “Vril” saucer, the larger “Haunebu II” and “Haunebu III” saucers as well as the cigar-shaped “Andromeda” that was 139m in length.
An advanced prototype named “Bellonzo” was tested on 14 February 1945 near Prague.
US intelligence knew of nine Nazi research facilities dedicated to saucer development. The Germans destroyed one and evacuated the other eight, some to Antarctica.
According to American astrophysicist Kip Thorne, there may be an entrance to a wormhole near Earth which leads to the star Vega.
In 1992, the US began construction of HAARP in Alaska which was/is used to search for the wormhole, amongst other purposes. Similar facilities are situated in Norway and Greenland.
The Earth’s north and south poles may serve as entry and/or exit to the wormhole which may explain the appearance and disappearance of so-called UFOs near Earth.
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