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Did the Third Reich establish a colony inside our world?

by Steve Harrison 6 months ago in fact or fiction

The inner secrets of our planet: PART THREE

The more research I do into the theory of a “hollow” Earth, the more plausible the notion becomes. Not so much because of the literature that exists on the subject, written during the last two centuries, but based on depictions in the ancient texts of most world religions and the architectural anomalies that appear on our planet that cannot be explained by conventional archaeology.

But perhaps the most compelling evidence comes from a more modern source, not the alleged journal account of a 1947 flight by Admiral Richard Byrd but the Nazi maps that actually chart a world beneath our feet.

As early as the mid-1920s a German organisation called the Vril Gesellschaft, which was responsible for much of the Nazi ideology, is known to have organised expeditions to Tibet in search of evidence of their ancient Aryan ancestors, who they believed originated from a race of Nordic extraterrestrials who had made the inner Earth their home.

In keeping with these beliefs, Adolph Hitler set about establishing a Nazi presence in Antarctica which included a 1938 expedition to the continent in search of a “Snakeworld” under the ice.

This seven-level complex of huge caverns and tunnels deep underground was believed to be an extraterrestrial staging point for missions in this part of the galaxy, with its inhabitants said to have encouraged the Nazis to form a colony beside it, called Neuschwabenland, where “a joint German-alien scientific and technological development” could be created.

So the Third Reich deployed an aircraft carrier to a region of Antarctica known as Queen Maud Land, also claimed by Denmark, and in blatant disregard for international law dropped thousands of little spiked swastika flags on the region that would embed in the ice to claim it for Germany, renaming it Neuschwabenland.

But the expedition is also said to have discovered the southern tip of the fault line that runs from New Zealand, through Neuschwabenland, and up the Atlantic Ocean, the famous Atlantic "trench", which they concluded could indicate the presence of rocky caverns on the continent, heated geothermally, which would provide the perfect place for a hidden base in the world's most isolated and inaccessible wilderness.

So, as World War II consumed the planet, the Nazis set about establishing an “impregnable” Antarctic submarine fortress, known as “Station 211”, to control the waters around the continent and relocate many of SS commander Heinrich Himmler’s most secret projects, including anti-gravity flying saucers, as well as other advanced technologies such as the “Die Glocke” wonder weapon which Hitler believed could change the course of the war.

The base apparently became so important to Nazi plans that in 1943 Himmler is said to have picked 10,000 blonde, blue-eyed Ukranian women and 2,500 SS soldiers to populate the base to establish an Aryan colony in Neushwabenland.

When the war in Europe supposedly came to an end in May 1945 Hitler was supposed to have already committed suicide in his Berlin bunker, but the liberating Soviet forces found no trace of his body… leading to speculation he could have been spirited away to Neushwabenland.

It has been alleged that Operation Highjump, sanctioned by US president Harry S Truman in 1946, was a response to the fear that the Nazis had indeed established an Antarctic colony, but the big question was whether they had discovered a far greater secret beneath the ice.

As supreme commander of the German Navy, Admiral Karl Donitz briefly became head of the German state for 20 days after Hitler’s supposed death until his own capture by the Allies on 23 May 1945.

Two years earlier Donitz, who had command of the German U-Boat fleet, had released a statement declaring they had built “in another part of the world a Shangri-La land – an impregnable fortress” which many observers believe was reference to an inner Earth complex detailed in documents obtained by the Soviets at the close of World War II.

Among the documents is a 1944 map from the Third Reich detailing not only the direct passageway used by German U-boats to access the subterranean domain, but also a complete map of both hemispheres of Agartha, the mythical name of the subterranean world.

Further evidence comes in the form of a letter allegedly written by a U-boat crewman to a friend holed up in a German colony in Brazil, in the Matto Grosso region of the Amazon jungle where a cavern leading to the inner Earth is said to have been discovered centuries ago.

The crewman, Karl Unger, claims to have entered the inner Earth aboard the German submarine U-209 captained by Heinrich Brodda.

The document was received by retired US colonel Billie Woodard on 2 March 1985 and came to light in 2006 after being sent to author Dianne Robbins, who received an email from Joe Watson of Talkeetna, Alaska, claiming he had acquired a copy from Woodard.

The letter is written in German by Unger, who claims to have made it to the inner Earth soon after the end of World War II. The document is supposed to have reached the surface via a network of subterranean tunnels leading to the German jungle colony, documented in Genesis For A New Age by author John Leith, that supposedly discovered the cavern entrance back in the 1500s.

A search of the German archives reveals that U-209 last reported its whereabouts on 5 July 1943 between Greenland and Iceland at coordinates 52° N, 38° W and was under the command of Brodda after which it disappeared off the face of the Earth.

According to author Rodney Cluff, Woodard had been sent the letter by Tawani Shoush, founder of the International Society for a Complete Earth, which also mysteriously acquired The Missing Diary Of Admiral Richard E Byrd in the 1970s.

Cluff also contends he was told by Woodard that Shoush himself had made the trip to the inner Earth from Brazil after receiving Unger’s letter, although records show he died on 4 January 2002 in Missouri, aged 74.

After 1992, UFO researcher and author Dan Weiss assumed the role of director of the ISCE, which is now known as the Hollow Earth Research Society, claiming the society’s founder in 1977 was a decorated former German submariner who went by the pseudonym Captain Ritter von X, who was alleged to have been involved in secret post-war Antarctic operations, including the recovery of the legendary Spear Of Destiny that pierced the side of Jesus as he hung on the cross during his crucifixion.

This notion seems to be corroborated on the website, The Nazi Conspiracy, where writer Michel Duchaine claims Shoush informed him he had been a serving Nazi assigned to a German U-boat during World War II… apparently claiming to have moved to the United States after being part of the crew of one of two submarines that turned up in Argentina several months after the war.

Upon Germany’s surrender in 1945, Admiral Donitz radioed all U-boats to dock at Allied ports and surrender but U-530 and U-977 remained at sea for months and finally emerged in Argentina, although the submarines’ missions were never truly understood due to a lack of evidence.

An investigation showed the U-boats left European ports around March that year, U-530 had supposedly been dispatched to launch a nerve gas attack on New York in retaliation for the Dresden bombing but it is thought Hitler was eventually talked out of this and U-530’s armaments were jettisoned at sea.

Interrogations of the crewmen revealed no information and theories began surfacing about stolen gold and perhaps an escape route for Hitler, who could have been dropped off before their surrender in Argentina.

It all seems pretty extraordinary but that’s not quite the end of the story. Shoush is also said to have claimed to have seen the Spear Of Destiny for himself, alleging it was retrieved after the war from an ice cave in Antarctica and is now in the possession of a secret SS-connected sect working to establish a new European alliance, with Germany at the centre, that will finish the work Hitler began.

The Nazi Conspiracy also alleges another source claimed Shoush had revealed at one point that former Austrian president and United Nations secretary-general Kurt Waldheim had possession of the spear… which makes one wonder how deep the former Nazi “national socialist" routes have taken hold since World War II.

Anyone heard of the name Klaus Schwab, executive chairman of the World Economic Forum? Notice any similarities with what’s happening in the world today and events that took place in Germany during the 1930s? Perhaps a hollow Earth is not all that’s being kept secret from us!

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Steve Harrison

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