SneakyPete wrote:Great episode of UFO Hunters on at 6 pm EST on the History channel. Wish i could be home for it tho
Any thoughts if you watch it, I would love to hear them
CodeBlack wrote:Hitler was certainly no military genius and that is the primary reason Germany lost WW-II. Hitler blundered in declaring war on the whole world and completely missed the final allied invasion. But, I doubt that the Nazi's had direct "contact" with aliens. They may have seen UFOs. In fact, the conclusions they drew from their encounter(s) may have been at the heart of the Nazi ultimate solution. Somehow they got the idea that Jews were aliens. When you read the things they said and put into law and what the ultimate solution had in it that was written down (not much of it was physically recorded) you get a sense that they thought they were somehow saving the human race. That's what they said anyway. Why would they think that? The true believers in the Nazi party believed this stuff. They lived and died by it. That's why it was hard for German prisoners in the US to be "de-conditioned" from Nazi ideology. All made up bunk or based on truth? Who knows for sure. The only people who did are long dead.
Having said all that, there are a good number of UFO reports from allied aircrews who said they felt that the UFOs were somehow helping them against Germany. That's weird.
There was that thing they found after the war, the "flytrap". The Germans were working on anti-Gravity and "flying saucer" design. There was another site, Penamunda (sp?) which used slaves and was working on something super-secret. They buried it by caving in the cavern they were using for the project. Nobody has ever opened that up. Very strange stuff.
BloodStone wrote:This weapon was said to be the shape of a bell that was able to warp time and space for time travel. It was an interesting show, not much evidence of it's validity though.
BloodStone wrote:It was also believed that the Nazi's did in fact have a base in Antartica, the reason being Hitler was looking for the entrance to hollow earth, where most believe UFO's are coming from. could be true or just a strange coincedence.
The vehicles themselves were made of special heat absorbing metals, called "Somaka, Soundalike and Mourthwika". According to Dr Pinotti, the "principles of propulsion as far as the descriptions were concerned, might be defined as electrical and chemical, but solar energy was involved as well." Other scientists have put forward the theory that the craft were driven by some sort of mercury ion propulsion system.