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In 1939, in London, ex Nazi officer Hermann Rauschning published Hitler Speaks, ostensibly a transcript of conversations he’d had with Adolf Hitler. In them, Hitler reveals he was what we’d now call a Contactee. He claimed to have been in contact, directly, at least once physically, with beings he called the Underground Supermen or just Supermen. He considered them non-human intelligences from outside our space-time dimensions.
Was Rauschning’s book early anti-Hitler propaganda or is it an early insight into the Nazi hierarchy’s fascination with occult contact? Certainly Himmler would have taken such talk seriously. One thinks also of the Foo Fighters, baffling both sides by appearing so suddenly and vanishing so easily.
Even if it were all science fiction of some hair-brained sort the Nazis did pursue advanced weaponry such as the V2 and, beyond that, The Bell (Die Glöcke, whatever it was), and the so-called Sun Gun, a solar-beam to be magnified and directed from Low Earth Orbit.
It would be interesting to conduct deeper research into Rauschning’s book, its assertions, and its sources and origins. Hitler was notoriously straighforward in Mein Campf. Perhaps he was in this one, too.
Mohenjo Daro, Place of the Dead, in modern Pakistan, in the Indus River Valley’s northern region, shows signs of having been at least as big and important to trade as Ancient Egypt was at the time. It also shows signs of having been blasted from above by intense heat, so hot rock vitrified. We need nuclear blasts to accomplish this today. Could a comet or meteorite exploding above deliver such focused energy? Most astrophysicists say no, even as they claim there is no other rational explanation.
Then one looks at the account in Hindu Ramayana. In it we find the account of Ravana, king of a city called Lanka. He was so educated it was said he had “ten heads”, or was as smart as ten scholars. He had high ambitions, though: He wanted to overcome the deva, or deities, those blue beings who’d descended from the sky to teach mankind.
Naturally the god-like beings did not tolerate an upstart well, so his city was blasted during a brief but great war featuring flying craft, vimana, death rays, and other details straight out of science fiction.
Was Mohenjo Daro actually Lanka?
If not, what accounts for the intense, nulcear-blast kind of heat that destroyed the city in an instant.
Only 34 bodies have been found in this large city. Did people flee? Were they vaporized? Aren’t rhetorical questions fun?
In 312 AD, Constantine, at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, claimed he saw a huge shining cross in the sky. He took it as a portent and promised to convert to Christianity if he won the battle, which he did. Among the first things he did was encourage attacks on the Library of Alexandria in Egypt, to destroy what he now considered pagan and blasphemous knowledge.
These petty attacks culminated in total destruction in 391 AD when Theodosius the First, by decree, ordered all heretical and unapproved documents burned. Over a million scrolls, countless other books, slabs of cuneiform tablets, and other manner of written knowledge, science, technology, and literature was destroyed by fanatical crazies afraid of the world.
It is estimated that 95% of all ancient knowledge was incinerated by Vatican policy and decree.
The religion scam sets us always back to zero. We must always start over from nothing and nowhere thanks to the Dark Age loving churches.
One aspect lost were ancient Roman UFO sightings. Recent findings indicate the Romans saw a lot of odd things in the sky. They described them as best they could but seem eerily familiar to modern witnesses. Cicero saw a large “ship” that glowed brightly, then broke into a dozen or more smaller glowing ships. Even Alexander the Great witnessed a “glowing shield” fly down from the sky into a river after shooting beams of light at the enemy to help him defeat them. Alexander organized dives to try to retrieve it, even using his turtle invention, an overturned boat to trap air and allow six men to walk under the water.
Modern investigators agree that there seems to be a variety of EBE visiting us, each with its own agenda. These conflicting aims lead to some of the crazier things we experience.
In May of 2013, the Citizens’ Hearings On Disclosure, held in Washington, DC, featuring many ex Congressmen and ex Senators, various other government and military officials, and scientists of many fields, convened to discuss UFOs. It was concluded by this unofficial but serious, unprecedented hearing, that many species of extraterrestrial life forms are visiting Earth, have been for thousands of years, and pursue conflicting agendas, some perhaps beneficial to us, some not.
Preponderance of evidence, and there is a lot of it, demonstrates that the ETH, the Extra-Terrestrial Hypothesis, is legitimate. Study confirmed the visitors and their interest in our technology, especially in our nuclear tools and weapons. Military officials admitted we cannot defend against what ever the UFOs are.
Are we another Ancient Rome, seeing portents of doom in our skies, being helped toward doom by some of the visitors while being defended against doom by others?
Men In Black, the dreaded and much scoffed-at MIB, even get involved in the struggle, although who they work for is anyone’s guess. “MIB? Some are sanctioned. Many are not. Some have no names or designations. Their origins are not usually known.”
That was the conclusion of most investigators.
Yet, as Philip K. Dick warned, “Anything, or evidence of it, can be faked.” So, who’d want to? Who’d have the resources? What would motivate them or make it worth the expense? These questions remain unanswerable to those honestly seeking to find out.
So how far back can this go?
Thorkild Jacobsen, a Norse scholar, studied Sumerian tablets and other ancient writings for fifty years before publishing his book Treasures of Darkness. In it he lays out Mesopotamian tales of their gods and the policies of those gods. It is interesting to note that this book makes the same conclusions as the Citizens’ Hearing on Disclosure, many decades before.
Sumerian writing is the oldest known, by the way.
That old fraud Zecharia Sitchin most likely mined Jacobsen’s valid, scholarly book to fuel his unconscionable confabulations. He did this precisely because Sumerian texts were so old, and so confusing, and so under-translated, due to the few who dedicate themselves to that dead language and its study. He saw a way to sell books and went for it, likely imagining himself another Von Daniken, who contented himself with merely asking rhetorical questions to force scientists to confront certain things they’d refused to deal with sensibly.
Crazy stuff does not stop happening just because crazies elaborate on it or sneering bunker types dismiss it out-of-hand as crazy.
“We need you to take this seriously, whether you believe it or not, because we need your best work to save mankind.”
That’s what some scientists were told. As more culture is destroyed even today by religion scam crazies, we need to keep up the pressure of examining and studying and investigating the reality of puzzling things. Anomalies may lead to huge breakthroughs. The fringe is an edge where the vista opens and new things are visible.
In the 1950s the Pentagon proposed Project: HORIZON. The goal was to set up a manned Moon Base by 1966.
Then came Randy Cramer. Brace yourself: He claimed that, in November 1987, when he was 17, he was awakened by a bright doorway opening in mid-air in his bedroom. Two men came out and pulled him from his bad, telling him he was an interstellar soldier. As it turned out, it was only interplanetary, but hey.
They took him to a triangular ship, a TR-3B, in a hangar, simply by walking through the light door. The triangle was capable of flying Mach 15+, he was told. He was put aboard with 40 or 50 others and told to watch the ceiling, which became a view port showing them Earth and the Solar system, stars, outer space. He was told they’d all been tested during childhood for a number of abilities. The ship hovered over Earth and the commander said, “Take a good look, it’s what you’ll be fighting for.
He claims they then flew two hours to the Dark Side of the Moon where they saw what was called Command Base Luna. Domes, towers, a huge complex like a small city glittering in a dark crater. He was told he was in a secret planetary defense initiative and would protect bases and colonies off Earth. He was then given a contract to sigh for a 20 year commitment.
He signed, and was told he was a DARPA Super Soldier genetically modified and medically enhanced since birth and specially trained in sessions he could not remember. He was then flown to Mars on another type of triangular craft.
He claimed to have knelt and touched the ground of Mars with his gloved hand because he could not believe he was there.
In 1978 Ingo Swann, a Remote Viewer, was taken by limo to an office where a man calling himself Axelrod had him remote view coordinates that turned out to be the Dark Side of the Moon, where he saw a base very much like Cramer claims to have visited.
In 2002, Gary McKinnon, a Scottish teenager, hacked into the Pentagon and NASA files. He discovered military and civilian lists of Non-Terrestrial Officers.
Cramer’s tale now vanishes up its own exhaust plume because he claims that, after 20 years of being a space soldier, he was teleported back into his 17-year-old body in his bed 15 minutes after he’d been taken away. Edgar Rice Burroughs would have nodded and smiled, thinking of John Carter of Mars. Cramer claims his memories came back slowly and in pieces over years, as weird feelings and imagery would come over him.
Truth, fiction, or something between?
Cramer’s story is somewhat Ender’s Game, too, without gay bashing.
How to take this tale is up for grabs. Watch out for space slime, though.
Dugway Proving Grounds in northern Utah’s desert, surrounded by mountains, may be the New Area 51. Better yet, it might be Spaceport Earth. Triangular craft have been seen many times and in 2014 a man named Collins, driving his pickup past the base, saw a huge triangular craft come down and hover over the base. He was so fascinated he pulled over and stepped out of his truck to watch.
It shot beams of light into the base and Collins heard alarms going off. The base was shut down and MPs rushed out of the gate toward him in a Jeep. He got into his truck and took off and they broke off pursuit once he was well away from base, on public roads.
Dugway’s triangles go back to the 1960s. Lights and unexplained lockdowns, often blamed later on leaky nerve gas canisters or what not, such as happened with the Collins sighting, are commonplace in the area.
Military folks who have worked there, along with civilian contractors, are sworn to secrecy on stiff penalties.
Why would Earth need a spaceport if we can teleport? Why use craft at all? If we have Moon and Mars bases, Earth is the worst of the three for launching things. Of course, it is a source of people and other things.
Gaia is dying and a secret push off-planet makes sense. It’s both too fantastic to buy into yet completely logical to contemplate and, when you look at evidence supporting the thesis, ou get uncomfortably close to that preponderance threshold.
One last thing: Babel means Gate To God, or Star Gate. It is estimated the Tower of Babel was 300 feet tall. Impressive, but no big deal these days.
Still, this was considered an affront to the gods, who did not want lowly man peering up over the edge of the bed. We were punished for our over-reaching. Divide and conquer, perhaps. Confused tongues and conflict resulted.
We’re still that way.
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