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Humor, Hollow Earth, Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know

By , January 28, 2012 11:32 am

Humor, Hollow Earth, Stuff They Don't Want You to Know

Who Are the Denizens of New Swabia? As World War II raged across Europe and the Pacific, the conflict reached every continent on the planet, including Antarctica. Learn more about the little-known Nazi expeditions to Antarctica — and what they hoped to find there — in this episode of Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know. source: HowStuffWorks www.youtube.com I want to thank you for watching and add that I just post the videos to stimulate healthy debate. This posting is not meant to be indicative of my agreement or disagreement. I sincerely appreciate your opinions. Hope your having a great day. Peace, Michael The media material presented in this production is protected by the FAIR USE CLAUSE of the US Copyright Act of 1976, which allows for the rebroadcast of copyrighted materials for the purposes of commentary, criticism, and education.

Hollow Earth / Inner Earth Expedition Update 2011 on C2C

By , December 17, 2011 8:48 pm

Hollow Earth / Inner Earth Expedition Update 2011 on Coast to Coast AM Date: 04-04-11 Host: George Noory Guest: Brooks Agnew Agnew shared an update on his North Pole Inner Earth Expedition (NPIEE), which he hopes will take place in 2012. Traveling on a Russian icebreaker, the expedition will explore an area above the Arctic Circle, that no one has ever visited by sea before. According to ancient legend, it is here that an entrance to an inner earth is said to exist.

Mayday for Lutheran ship trying to reach the Antarctica Hollow Earth entrance in New Swabia

By , May 5, 2011 8:51 am

The Nazis, Admiral Byrd and The Secret Land – On 17 December 1938 the New Swabia Expedition left Hamburg for Antarctica aboard the Schwabenland, a freighter capable of carrying and catapulting aircraft. The expedition had 33 members plus the Schwabenland’s crew of 24. In January 1939 the ship arrived in an area already claimed in 1938 by Norway as Dronning Maud Land and began charting the region. In the following weeks 15 flights were made by the ship’s two Dornier Wal aircraft named Passat and Boreas over an area reported as about 600000 square kilometres (although others have claimed the area flown over was half this size). More than 16000 aerial photographs were taken but these are still considered useless since they consist of more or less endless white images with no indications of latitude or longitude.[1] To assert Germany’s claim to newly named Neu-Schwabenland three German flags were placed along the coast and 13 more were air-dropped further inland. Some accounts claim these markers were 1.5-metre (5 ft)-tall iron poles topped with a swastika.
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Nazi UFOs (German: Haunebu, Hauneburg-Geräte, or Reichsflugscheiben) are advanced aircraft or spacecraft that Nazi Germany supposedly developed during World War II and Nazi scientists continued to develop afterwards. These craft appear not only in fiction but also in various historical revisionist writings. They often appear in connection with esoteric Nazism, an ideology that supposes the possibility of Nazi restoration by supernatural or paranormal means. Nazi UFO theories agree with mainstream history on the following points: Nazi Germany claimed the territory of New Swabia, sent an expedition there in 1938, and planned others. Nazi Germany conducted research into advanced propulsion technology, including rocketry and Viktor Schauberger’s turbine work. Some UFO sightings during World War II, particularly those known as foo fighters, were thought to be enemy aircraft. The earliest non-fictional reference to Nazi flying saucers appears to be a series of articles by and about Italian turbine expert Giuseppe Belluzzo. The following week, German scientist Rudolph Schriever claimed to have developed flying saucers during the Nazi period. Aeronautical engineer Roy Fedden remarked 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. Fedden also added that the Germans were working on a number of very unusual aeronautical projects, though he did not elaborate upon his statement

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