SECRET SOCIETY

PJ 13

CHAPTER 9

 

REC #3 HATONN

 

THURSDAY, MAR. 15, 1990 6:30 P.M. YEAR 3 DAY 211

 

SECRET SOCIETY

 

When we speak of Hitler, we must remember that he was trained through his individual experiences just as are all. He was deeply involved in a most secret society called Thule. This society stood for racial segregation with the Arian white race as masters of all. It included the Nordic culture and the society was interested in areas such as Greenland, the Arctic and Antarctic. The Thule Society emblem consisted of the swastika, a downward pointing sword and a wreath of oak leaves–all symbols later used in Nazi Germany–remember that the swastika is a symbol of “life” in the native Indian culture.

 

Nazi Germany was years ahead of the rest of the world in many technological areas. It is internationally recognized that if Germany had had a greater supply of natural resources and manpower, then the war would have undoubtedly had a much different ending.

 

Germany produced many super weapons including the first jet fighter aircraft, the first missile system and various others which were almost in the realm of science fiction.

 

THE WIND CANNON

 

The wind cannon was produced by Germany late into the war. This fired compressed air. There was also the sun cannon which reflected the sun and burned its target. They also had rocket packs worn by individuals that were jet powered. This rocket enabled persons to make jumps of up to a distance of some fifty to sixty yards. They also produced B1 and B2 rockets. Germany introduced the forerunner to the intercontinental ballistic missile. This was introduced in 1942 and was capable of striking the United States. No reason was found for its never having been used. In 1940 a vertical takeoff aircraft was invented and only in recent years have the western countries managed to produce such aircraft.

 

Let us speak of the “sound cannon”. This was first produced for use in about 1943. It consisted basically of a combustion chamber with a barrel and worked by methane and oxygen. It was the resulting explosion which created the damage. Animals could be killed instantly within a hundred yards and troops could be paralyzed for hours at a range of 200 yards. By April 1945 Germany had in production 150 different types of missiles and rockets on the drawing board with diagrams and even models along with aircraft of all sizes.

 

Among these diagrams was one which eventually became the Boeing Corporation’s 747 Jumbo Jet. Incredibly enough–among the technology was the Flying Disc. As early as 1940 these were being produced. There is photographic proof of such craft but no material proof was ever captured by wartime allies.

 

According to your own records there were as many as five major scientists working on the “UFO” projects. They developed a disc shaped machine with a 65 foot diameter. Involved were Bellonzo, Schriever, Miethe and, of course, Victor Schauberger. His disc or “Flying Hat” was electro-magnetically powered and if you look at photographs of the Schauberger disc you will note that it looks ex­actly like discs photographed over the United States. These discs attained great speed with silent take-off. There were also designs called flying wheels and craft with inflatable airbags for landing cushions. They had some quite fine prototypes but no, they were not Pleiadian design. They were more on the technology of Saturnians and some Reticulum craft.

 

The final model was referred to as the Bellonzo-Schriever-Miethe Diskus. This version was produced in various sizes, some as large as 135 feet and even 225 feet in diameter. Actual speeds recorded were over 2000 km/hour. Conventional rocket motor speeds of up to 4000 km/hour were anticipated. Interestingly enough, no German technicians who worked on those advanced machines have volunteered their knowledge.

 

More interesting is the fact that many scientists were taken by the allies and yet no UFO scientists were located. As a matter of fact, installations for work on the craft were often underground or in hillside cave dugouts. All facilities were dismantled and vanished without leaving so much as a detail. Now where do you think everyone went?

 

LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE

 

Now, dear ones, we are not speaking of sloppy workmanship. In 1945 a disc could attain an altitude of 40,000 feet in less than three minutes, reaching a speed of 1,300 mph. You need to also remember that Germany was the first to fly what you now call Delta Wing craft. As a matter of fact, the advanced technology was comparable to much of your public-attentioned aircraft of the current day–i.e., the Stealth, etc. This, of course, is a cover for what is actually going on but I need not spoil the story.

 

These discs were manufactured in many various areas and all were well hidden even from the local population. As the craft would be finished, they were immediately dismantled and shipped in pieces out of the country—usually along with the pilots. Orders for dismantling always came directly from Adolf Hitler himself. The major scientists involved simply vanished.

 

Many German scientists went to America after the war and they were all interrogated about the UFO works; however, it has never been made public to you ones as to whether or not the major technology was ever revealed. And yet you got the nuclear bomb–in fact, it was said that the bomb itself was built in Germany!

 

Many reports were made by pilots over Germany, about UFOs. The strange thing is that no-one was ever injured by them although they certainly unnerved many air crews. Then following the surrender of Germany, the same type objects were observed over the Japanese areas.

 

NEW METAL

 

Probably the most unique thing that came out of that period of technological spurt was a new type of metal. This metal is harder than diamonds. This metal glows alternatively in colors of the rainbow when heated to a high degree. It was first used commer­cially in 1936. Strangely enough no record was made of this metal in the indexes of metals.

 

THE A-BOMB

 

Hitler issued an order on September 26, 1936. A Dr. Esau was put in control of the project. With the capture of Norway there was available to Germany a source of heavy water which had previously been lacking. One tanker full of heavy water has not been accounted for to this day.

 

Thus it can be seen that Germany was a very advanced country–the mystery is, what happened to all the technology?

 

To start with, let us examine one of the biggest mysteries of your 20th century. Did Adolf Hitler commit suicide or did he not? Popular accounts are that on the 30th of April, 1945, Hitler shot himself. His body was said to have then been cremated. The most important witnesses and the men closest to Hitler have never been found, e.g. Bormann, Stumpfegger, Gunsche, et al.

 

Here you will find a most interesting situation, only two eyewit­nesses were found who claimed Hitler committed suicide–all other witnesses were never found or could not answer. Hitler’s body was never found. Also, the bloodstains found on the furniture where Hitler supposedly committed suicide was not of Hitler’s blood type. There is absolutely no concrete evidence, therefore, that Hitler died.

 

Further, Hitler was not a coward nor did he believe in “giving-in”. Suicide is completely out of character for after he had heard of the suicide of the Mayor of Leipzig and his family, he had con­demned suicide as cowardly and unbecoming to a National Socialist.

 

Hitler’s personal pilot stated that on the first of May, 1945 he flew Hitler and Bormann to an airfield in Norway. I truly doubt that this would represent a resurrection. There they transferred to another aircraft and flew on to another place along the Norwe­gian coast. Later the pilot retracted the statement and backed the suicide statement after having been made aware of the incident.

 

Now, very strange things happened when the allies got to Greenland. Norway had held out longer than all other defense positions for the Germans but when the allies reached Greenland they found two direct opposites–sites which were totally abandoned and dismantled and other places where the defense was so total that in the end even the defenders could not be found and were never found–they just vanished.

 

AH HA! THE ANTARCTIC

 

At the beginning of the war, long range plans were put into opera­tion to prepare bases in the Antarctic should relocation be neces­sary. Strange perhaps, but most effective indeed. Stranger yet, in February, 1945 in Hitler’s last speech he said, “Germany will still win the war and the last bastion will be ours!”

 

Officially, the second world war was never officially ended. The German army surrendered on the 7th of May, 1945 and Japan followed on the 2nd of September, 1945—no formal peace treaty was ever signed. Your own General Eisenhower stated, just before he became President, “The second world war has not yet ended.”

 

Stranger yet–during the war Germany had 1,162 U-boats (submarines). Of these, 783 were lost in action. Of the remaining 379, 215 were supposedly scuttled by the German navy itself and about 154 were captured by the allies–the rest were never found. Statistics are rough, however, and several U-boats of the latest design arrived in Japan with war materials some three weeks after-the defeat in Europe. These submarines subsequently sailed and were never again seen.

 

Later, some two months after Germany’s surrender, a German submarine gave itself up to Argentine authorities after all scientific instruments and weapons on board had been destroyed. The U-boat had calmly slipped into the harbor of Rio de la Plata. The Commander’s name was Otto Wermoutt. The world was stunned and electrified! What was a German submarine doing all the way down there in South America? And, why had they not surrendered earlier?

 

The crew was turned over to the U.S. military after long demand but no results were ever publicized. Funny thing–the crew was 54 men. The usual German crew size was only 18 men. There were also large food stocks on board. However, the real surprise was 540 large tin cans or barrels, all hermetically sealed and upon opening were found to contain nothing but cigarettes. Now what would a submarine be doing cruising around South America almost three months after the war with a triple strength crew; carrying, a cargo of nothing but cigarettes? The average age of those 54 men turned out to be less than 25 years, with the exception of the machinist who was 32 years old. The commander himself was only 25, and the second officer an incredible 22 years young.

 

Later, in checking, it was never found that there was a Captain by the name of Otto Wermoutt, the one given as that of the commander of the U-boat. All the crew had similar mysterious surroundings—no relatives, all alone, etc.

 

Five weeks later, another sensational submarine surrender took place and again at Rio de la Plata. A German U-boat, U-977 under Commander H. Schaffer gave itself up to the Argentinian authorities, and this, three months after the end of the war. There was a crew of 32 men–still fourteen above the regular crew. It was soon learned, however, that there had been another 16 men, all of them married and with families in Germany, and had been dropped off “on orders”, on the Norwegian coast. It is obvious that the operation was completely in control and the men were dropped off at the exact same spot where earlier reports stated the Fuhrer had been taken after his departure from Berlin. This U-boat was inspected thoroughly in search of Hitler–it was obvious that all on the “inside” knew that Hitler was still alive.

 

Still more U-boats appeared off the coast of South America. Well, we will look at possibilities at the next sitting. I don’t want to belabor this subject because it is well known that there is a Ger­man base in the Antarctic and the story gets most boring indeed. It is necessary for those of you who come newly into this knowl­edge not be left completely outside the story but it can get most lengthy and has little bearing on UFOs as far as the transfer to the base.

 

Dharma, it is late and it has been a very long day. Let us close for this portion. Thank you for your long hours. I will move to stand­by and allow you to close. Good-evening.

 

Hatonn to clear, please.    Thank you.

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