The Nazi UFOs Theory

The novel "Rocket Ship Galileo" by Robert A. Heinlein, published in 1947, describes an expedition to the Moon conducted by three American teenagers on a rocket ship built together with their uncle who was a scientist: arrived on the satellite, they discover the existence of a space base built by the Nazis and numerous technological innovations including a very advanced spaceship.
The protagonists somehow are successful in subduing the Nazis and return to Earth by flying the German spacecraft.
This story, written right at the dawn of ufology, presents all the elements at the heart of the theory on the existence of Nazi Ufos but it is not the only one of its kind: also the episode of the BBC radio series Dimension X of 14 July 1950 entitled "The Man in the Moon" by George Lefferts, concerns a German colony on the Moon which is discovered investigating the abduction of some scientists.

Nazi Ufos (German: Haunebu, Hauneburg-Geräte or Reichsflugscheiben, flying saucers of the Reich) sometimes called V7, are hypothetical high-tech aircraft designed by Nazi Germany during World War II and further developed in the postwar period by Reich scientists.
Information about Nazi Ufos is usually linked to Nazi mysticism that speculated the possibility of a restoration of the regime through supernatural or paranormal resources and contacts with alleged alien beings.

The theory originates from the effective development by Germany of jet aircraft (Me 262 and Ho 229), guided or ballistic missiles such as V1 and V2, whose technology would later provide the basis for the American missile and space programme and would be added by scientists from the Soviet Union to their already advanced knowledge in this field.

The stories about Nazi Ufos also refer to events that historically occurred such as the claim by Nazi Germany of the territory of New Swabia (Antarctica) with the 1938 expedition and the creation of an alleged secret base, combined with the much-vaunted research on advanced propulsion technology, which included the missile work and turbine work of Viktor Schauberger and the Arthur Sack A.S.6 experimental circular winged aircraft.
In addition, during World War II, sightings of flying objects of difficult identification were documented both in Europe and on the Pacific Ocean: the Italian researcher Renato Vesco maintained that the Germans had developed the antigravity, therefore the airplanes in the shape of disk and tubular and called "Foo Fighters" would not be other than enemy airplanes.

According to a series of war files, Hitler’s engineers built flying saucers and strange aerial vehicles described as "balls of light": they were able to fly and follow the Allied fighters to deconcentrate them during flight.
It is no mystery that the Nazis searched even in the most remote places on Earth for these devices, ancient manuscripts describing the paranormal energies and places that would help them in their ultimate goal: world domination.

The first "scientific" statements about the existence of Nazi flying saucers appeared in a series of articles concerning the studies of the Italian expert of turbines Giuseppe Belluzzo and published in March 1950: the engineer described some circular aircraft that would have been studied and designed from 1942 by Italy and Germany at the same time, specifying that it was the application of conventional technologies that were being completed in Italy, like the internal combustion turbine and the aircraft turbojet.
Although the Air Force had readily denied these statements, a week after the publication of Belluzzo’s articles, the German scientist Rudolph Schriever claimed to have developed flying saucers during the Nazi period.
Aircraft engineer Roy Fedden and Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, Head of the USAF Blue Book Project, also added that the Germans were working on several unusual aircraft projects remarking that the only craft that could approach the capabilities attributed to flying saucers were those being designed by the Germans towards the end of the war, although for the most part still at the embryonic stage.
In fact, the prototypes of a circular wing airplane actually built in Germany by Arthur Sack, the Sack AS-5 and Sack AS-6 (1944), for their shape, in flight could have reminded an UFO, but it seems that in reality they were simple airplanes with wooden wings and very modest performance.

In "Le Matin des Magiciens" (The Morning of the Magicians), a 1960 essay by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier, there are sensational revelations concerning the Vril Gesellschaft (Vril Society) in Berlin: the authors argue that it society would have made contact with an alien race, building spaceships to reach it. In this way, the Vril company would form a consortium with the Thule company and the Nazi Party to develop a series of flying saucer prototypes. After the Nazi defeat, the Vril society would take refuge in a base in the Antarctic, disappearing afterwards. Subsequent investigations into the possible links between Ufos and the Vril society by authors such as Jan van Helsing, Norbert Jürgen-Ratthofer and Vladimir Terziski seem to have been inspired by this book.

In particular, Terziski, a Bulgarian engineer, self-proclaimed "President of the American Academy of Dissident Sciences", claims that the Germans collaborated with the Axis powers, Japan and Italy, in their aeronautical research, and that they would follow up the search even after the war, from New Swabia.
Terzinski writes that as early as 1942 the Germans would land on the Moon, founding an underground base. When the Russians and Americans secretly landed on the Moon in the 1950s, according to Terziski, they stopped at this base, still in operation.
According to Terzinski "on the Moon there is an atmosphere, there is water and vegetation". These facts would be hidden by NASA to exclude Third World countries from the exploration of the Moon.

In 1978 the Chilean diplomat and Nazi sympathizer Miguel Serrano published "Adolf Hitler, el último avatara"(Adolf Hitler: The Last Avatar).
In the book Serrano argues that Adolf Hitler is an incarnation of Kalki (the prophesied Tenth avatar of Hindu god Vishnu who will take birth to end the Kali Yuga, the current era of darkness and corruption) and therefore able to communicate with the Hyperborean gods at an underground base in Antarctica.
Serrano also predicted that Hitler would lead a fleet of Ufos to establish the fourth Reich.

Some conspiracy theorists believe that the alleged alien spaceship found at Roswell in 1947 is actually an experimental prototype built by Nazi laboratories and it would represent one of many failed projects by German researchers: "The Bell" (Die Glocke), this was supposed to be the name of the shuttle, looks like it crashed during a test flight over American airspace. Nagel Watson, the author of the documentary that intends to reveal the truth about the discovery that for decades has helped to fuel the stories about the secret activities of NASA, explains his theory that the origin of the object should be traced back to the laboratories of the Third Reich: from the notorious Nazi space base built in the Antarctic and located in New Swabia would have started the ship crashed in Rowsell which would have the objective of pursuing the ideological ends of the regime just fell.


"I often go on bitter nights
To Woden's oak in the quiet glade
With dark powers to weave a union
The moonlight showing me the runic spell

And all who are full of impudence during the day
Are made small by the magic formula!
They draw shining steel - but instead of going into combat,
They solidify into stalagmites.

Thus the wrong ones separate from the genuine ones
I reach into a nest of words
then give to the good and fair
With my formula blessings and prosperity"

-Adolph Hitler


Resources related to The Nazi UFOs Theory

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