Deeper Space: Episode 3
EPISODE 3: GERMAN SAUCERS
“They took everything from me. Everything. I don’t even own myself.” -Viktor Schauberger
Who was Viktor Schauberger?
An important protagonist of the German saucer story, Viktor Schauberger, was an Austrian citizen from humble origins. Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958), invented several flying disc prototypes between 1938-1945. According to eyewitnesses, many of his models defied gravity. Unfortunately, these experimental successes sealed Schauberger’s tragic fate.
Since childhood, nature played a significant part in the inventor’s life and scientific pursuits. In 1919, Schauberger began work as a forest warden. Five years later, Viktor became a timber flotation consultant and built water channeling systems in Austria, Bavaria and Yugoslavia. In 1929, this civil engineer filed patents for turbines and other hydro-engineering developments. Water became an essential element in Schauberger’s research. His study of implosion vortexes by observing trout swimming with and against the current led to his famous statement that “birds did not fly they were flown and fish did not swim they were swum.”
This observation unlocked a hidden insight into energy distribution in nature and the power of the phenomenal universe. For a more detailed study of Viktor’s discoveries, read Olof Alexandersson’s text Living Water: Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy (2002). Implosion vortexes, turbines, and cyclones inspired Viktor Schauberger to create a device known as the repulsine, an invention that resembled a flattened toy top. Inside this device concentric rings funneled water and air to create forces that could be channeled into anti-gravitational propulsion.
In 1940, Schauberger built the first repulsine. This prototype reportedly broke from its anchoring and penetrated the laboratory ceiling. Eventually, word of the repulsine and its fantastic power piqued the interests of the SS. Schauberger’s inventions became part of the German flying saucer narrative including developments within the Luftwaffe, the Nazi Bell, the Haunebu flying saucers, the future development of NASA, and ultimately the current state of the secret space program. Despite Schauberger’s successes, his collaboration with evil forces left its mark upon his life. The inventor admitted:
“They called me deranged. The hope is that they are right. It is of no greater or lesser import for another fool to wander the earth. But if I am right and science is wrong – then may the Lord God have mercy on mankind. The destructive and dissolving form of movement is centrifugal in Nature.”
At the threat of torture and death, Schauberger began his scientific service for the SS in 1944. Unfortunately, most evidence of his research for the Third Reich was destroyed by the orders of panicked German commanders and by Allied forces.
After his ordeal with the Nazis, Russian troops detonated his apartment in Leonstein, Austria. Like many of Austrian/German scientists and engineers, the inventor fell under the employ of United States aeronautical research programs. In 1958, Schauberger moved to Texas to collaborate with a top secret military project. After a short time, the inventor refused to work and demanded his return to Europe. After arriving in Austria penniless and disillusioned, Viktor died from mysterious circumstances that same year.
Most of Viktor Schauberger’s work remains unknown by popular scientific history but he left a legacy that inspires scientists to this day. In the 1950s, a Swedish science group (which eventually became the Institute for Ecological Technology), became invested in the research and future development of Schauberger’s discoveries. Even now, Schauberger’s research is essential for scientists and engineers engaged in water purification, hydraulic power, and centrifugal force energy.
The repulsine, like the Nazi bell or Die Glocke, became part of the Nazi pantheon of Wunderwaffe or “Wonder Weapons.” These fantastic military inventions were kept in extreme secrecy in Germany, as well as in conquered locations such as Silesia, a regiod of Poland. Some of the well known Wunderwaffe include Nazi U-boats, aircraft carriers, artillery, armored vehicles, and most importantly tactical aircraft. One of these wunder aircraft became a stealth fighter known as the Horten Ho 229, one of the fastest jet fighters known at the time. In fact, researchers such as Mike Bara believe these aircraft were the UFOs spotted by Kenneth Arnold. Were there other secret weapons? Have whistle blowers or investigators come forward recently? In the 1990s a Polish intelligence officer interrogated journalist Igor Witkowski regarding the Bell. In his text, The Truth About the Wunderwaffe (2003), Witkowski revealed a key piece of information during his examination:
“Among other things [the intelligence officer] asked me if I had ever come into contact with a device developed by the Germans, which was code-named ‘the Bell.’”
What was the Bell? A flying saucer? A generator? Or, an interdimensional research project?
The German Flying Saucers
During the furor of World War Two, German engineers created the world’s first flying saucers but fled to Antarctica when the German government surrendered. What would then unfold paved the way for a national security state and gave new grounds to build out a secret space program.
The Bell or “Die Glocke” was one of the many pieces of German technology that can be understood as a primitive flying apparatus using electromagnetic and vortex technologies gleaned from Nazis, Nazi supporters, converted scientists, secret societies, and extraterrestrial entities. Supposedly this relic of Nazi exotic technology synthesised Viktor Schauberger’s vortex research, electrically charged mercury, and esoteric knowledge gathered from individuals such as Maria Orsic, a member of the Vril society.
Die Glocke mechanized two nesting cylinders that rapidly spun mercury in opposite directions. These cylinders were anchored to a hollow metal core in which a cocktail of serums were injected prior to each experiment. A ceramic bell-shaped covering housed the entire array. The Bell was reported to produce blue luminescence, a hypnotic buzzing sound as well as a number of damaging effects upon experimenters’ nervous systems. Any proximity to the device was highly dangerous. Reportedly the device wrecked havoc on animal tissues and plant cells due to high levels of radiation and altered magnetic fields. A prototype generator for the German flying saucers, the Bell essentially manipulated electromagnetic forces and gravitational physics. For an in-depth examination of the Bell, read The SS Brotherhood of the Bell (2006) by Joseph P. Farrell.
IS THERE PHYSICAL EVIDENCE OF THE BELL TODAY?
Allegedly a cement harness structure resembling a circular stonehenge for Die Glocke remains today. Skeptics believe that the assemblage in Ludwigsdorf (currently Ludwikowice Kłodzkie, Poland) is the structural ruins of a cooling tower. However, many researchers believe the “henge” to be a test rig for objects displaying anti-gravitational propulsion.
Was the Bell’s technology ever used in war?
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ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD AND OPERATION HIGHJUMP
Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd, Jr. (1888-1957) participated in both World Wars and earned many accolades for his accomplishments in aviation and arctic travel. Byrd crossed the North Pole by plane and completed one of the first transatlantic flights. Soon after, he became an overnight sensation and a national hero. His notoriety as an American explorer publicised many popular newsreels and films after The Great War.
From 1946 to 1947, Byrd organized The United States Navy Antarctic Developments Program also known as “Operation Highjump.” According to government records, the purpose of this top-secret expedition was to establish a research base. Following the end of WWII, it is unlikely this mission was unrelated to United States’ conflict with Axis powers. The mission was cut short due to “threatening weather conditions.” In 1947, the Chilean newspaper El Mercurio published the Admiral’s experience in the South Pole: “Admiral Richard E. Byrd warned today that the United States should adopt measures of protection against the possibility of an invasion of the country by hostile planes coming from the polar regions. The admiral explained that he was not trying to scare anyone, but the cruel reality is that in case of a new war, the United States could be attacked by planes flying over one or both poles.”
WHAT DID BYRD ENCOUNTER IN ANTARCTICA?
Researchers believe that Byrd and his fleet set out to capture Nazis that escaped to the South Pole after the fall of the Third Reich. The “hostile planes” referred to in Byrd’s article may have been German engineered flying saucers known as the Haunebu. Following the war, some high profile Nazis were able to escape to Antarctica, Spain, the Vatican, and locales in South America. It is believed that the Germans established a base and top-secret arsenal in an area of Antarctica known as Neuschwabenland.
This narrative also relates to the theories surrounding extraterrestrial presences in Agartha or hollow Earth. Other Naval missions headed by the US Navy followed Operation Highjump, and the US government still maintains a strong military presence on the frozen continent in the form of the United States Antarctic Program or (USAP)today. Richard E. Byrd died in 1957, shortly after his tour in Operation Deep Freeze(1955-1957). Many consider Byrd’s mysterious death, like that of James Forrestal, to be the subject of conspiratorial assassination.
Was the true story behind Operation Highjump ever revealed?
It may be possible that the fantastic story of Admiral Byrd’s encounter with otherworldly technology became adapted within popular media as a form of informal disclosure. Operation Highjump first became popularized in the feature film The Thing from Another World (1951). Two remakes followed this cult classic: John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) and The Thing (2011).
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BECOME YOUR OWN DETECTIVE.
Explore government websites to discover declassified documents, photos, and data:
There is no shortage of what you can find, even an FBI document sighting Hitler’s arrival in Argentina. Nazi arrival in South America and the United States will be explored further in “Dark Alliance,” the next episode of Deep Space.
Ben Rich, Lockheed Martin and UFOs
Ben R. Rich, brilliant scientist, aeronautical engineer and Father of Stealth is more of an enigma now than he was during his lifetime. He is most noted for designing a stealth fighter-plane that flew undetected by radar and for his role as the second director of Lockheed Martin’s top-secret Skunk Works program. Born in 1925, Rich passed away in 1995 with controversy still brewing among his friends, critics and those who heard him speak publicly about whether or not he believed in UFOs and extraterrestrials.
Many questions remain unanswered. Was there a Ben Rich deathbed confession where he admitted that he knew that extraterrestrials and UFO visitors are real? Did he publicly mean it when he claimed that, “We now have the technology to take ET home,” or was it a joke? Is there credibility to other statements attributed to him in which he allegedly claimed technology learned at Roswell was used to influence the development of top secret U.S. aircraft? Are the alleged communications from Rich to his friend John Andrews credible?
With Rich’s last breath, definitive answers to these questions were lost forever.
Ben Rich and Skunk Works
Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Projects (ADP), known officially as Skunk Works, was a secret aeronautical research facility in Burbank, California. The founder and first director of Skunk Works was Clarence “Kelly” Johnson, who was the designer of a U.S. spy plane called the U-2. Ben Robert Rich joined Skunk Works in 1954 and helped design various aircraft, including a prototype that could reach speeds more than 1,300 mph. He became the second director of Skunk Works, holding that position from 1975 until his retirement in 1991.