Nazi Base in Antarctica – the Incoming Threat
Who lives in Antarctica besides of penguins? Is there any possibility of human life ever on that icy desert land? Was the WW2 the last great war on earth, or do we have to fear the third one coming? The incoming threat of Nazi escaped from justice many years ago, is it real? Let’s get the facts.
When did it all begin?
Well, this largely depends on who you ask, whose side they are on, and what part of the issue they are focusing on. Depending on these factors, you should expect to hear 1946 or 1947. We speak for no one. We are not here to defend any country, state, corporation and personality. Expect us to lay it down as it is.
It was on the 26th of August 1946 that Operation Highjump began. United States Navy Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd organized a Military Troop called Task Force 68, led by Rear Admiral Richard H. Cruzen. This was not just another troop. It was not just another expedition.
Operation Highjump was the largest ever expedition to Antarctica, comprising over 4700 men, with 33 aircraft, on 13 ships including the coastguard ice-breaker Northwind, an aircraft carrier (USS Philippine Sea) and a submarine (USS Sennet) (Byrd 1947; US Navy 1947; Sullivan 1957; Bertrand 1967, 1971; Rose 1980; Mills 2003).
As you would expect, The U.S Navy released a report on the Objectives of Operation Highjump.
Here it is:
- Training personnel and testing equipment in frigid conditions;
- Consolidating and extending United States sovereignty over the largest practicable area of the Antarctic continent (This was publicly denied as a goal even before the expedition ended);
- Determining the feasibility of establishing, maintaining and utilising bases in the Antarctic and investigating possible base sites;
- Developing techniques for establishing, maintaining and utilising air bases on ice, with particular attention to later applicability of such techniques to operations in interior Greenland, where conditions are comparable to those in the Antarctic;
- Amplifying existing stores of knowledge of hydrographic, geographic, geological, meteorological and electro-magnetic propagation conditions in the area;
- Supplementary objectives of the Nanook expedition. (The Nanook operation was a smaller equivalent conducted off eastern Greenland.)
In late December 1946, both The Western and The Eastern Group of ships had reached their respective assigned position. By December 24, aircrafts were already being launched. All these are facts agreed upon. It was official. This was the part of the story the powers that be are willing to share.
Only few ever mentioned the part that led to the calling off of the invasion. Only few talked about how Admiral Richard E. Byrd and his troop encountered heavy resistance to their Antarctic venture by “flying saucers” (A U.F.O., if you may) and had to retreat out of sheer shock.
This aspect of the story was pushed forward, again, a few years ago, when a retired Rear Admiral, allegedly living in Texas, who had been involved in the “invasion”, said he was “shocked” when he read material from a documentary, entitled “Fire from the Sky”.
He allegedly claimed that he knew there had been “a lot of aircraft and rocket shoot-downs”, but did not realize the situation was as serious as the documentary presented it.
One interesting thing about this is the number of ships involved in “Artactic Research” or “Exploration”, The Pine Island being a major one of them, that have disappeared. The question is not exactly “how many”. The right question is “ how and why”.
An interview appeared in the Wednesday, March 5, 1947 edition of the Chilean newspaper, El Mercurio, and read in part as follows:
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. This statement was made as part of a recapitulation of his own polar experience, in an exclusive interview with International News Service. Talking about the recently completed expedition, Byrd said that the most important result of his observations and discoveries is the potential effect that they have in relation to the security of the United States. The fantastic speed with which the world is shrinking – recalled the admiral – is one of the most important lessons learned during his recent Antarctic exploration. I have to warn my compatriots that the time has ended when we were able to take refuge in our isolation and rely on the certainty that the distances, the oceans, and the poles were a guarantee of safety.
Admiral Richard Byrd was hospitalized and was not allowed to hold any more press conferences. Still, in March 1955, he was placed in charge of Operation Deepfreeze which was part of the International Geophysical Year, 1957-1958, exploration of the Antarctic. He died, shortly thereafter, in 1957. Many have suggested he was murdered. Well, So much for expressing your concerns…
So, who was the culprit in flying saucers? Who owned the objects that stopped Byrd?
Germany was apparently defeated, and there was no evidence that the new emerging enemy, Russia, certainly had such superior technologies. They were, like the United States, only on the verge of the “rocket age”, and totally dependent upon technology, and expertise captured from Germany at the end of the War. There was no other known threat could that could account for the United States’ invasion of Antarctica nor for the development of any craft that could fly “fly from Pole to pole with incredible speeds.”
This is where it gets interesting:
At the end of the war the Allies determined that there were 250,000 Germans unaccounted for, even taking into account casualties and deaths. This would be quite a population base for a fledgling colony, and provide the essential degree of skill, expertise, and pure manpower for an industrial base of any sort, let alone the production of, even by today’s standards, extremely high technology.
All Unidentified Flying Object researchers are, of course, aware of the multitude of reports concerning sightings of ‘flying saucers’ with swastikas or iron crosses on them, ‘aliens’ speaking German, etc. Most have also heard of abductees who have been taken to underground bases with swastika emblems on the walls, or as in the case of noted abductee Alex Christopher, have seen “Reptiloids” and “Nazis” working together aboard antigravity craft or within underground bases.
Barney Hill was apparently, not the only one to describe the so-called “Nazi” connection to Unidentified Flying Object abductions. However, reports such as Christopher’s and Hill’s must be taken with a rather large grain of salt. There is a far more plausible explanation than the so-called “reptiloids”.
Another noted example is the American Reinhold Schmidt, a man whose father was born in Germany, and who tells in his book “Incident At Kearney”, that he was taken on a ‘flying saucer’ on several occasions. Schmidt states that “the crew spoke German and acted like German soldiers”. He also stated that they took him to the “Polar” region.
Now, one must admit that if a person were making up such a story, why would they claim to be taken, of all places, to the pole? Of course, one must also realize that at the time of Schmidt’s comments, the rumors of “secret Nazi bases” at the poles were already fairly common. After returning he was allegedly subjected to persecution by the U.S. Government. In his defense, it must be noted that his description of the aerial discs, as he called them, matched pictures captured from the Germans in the final days of the Second World War.
In 1959, three large newspapers in Chile reported front-page articles about Unidentified Flying Object encounters in which the crew members appeared to be German soldiers. In the early 1960s there were reports in New York, and New Jersey, of flying saucer ‘aliens’ who spoke German, or English with a German accent. Nor, can it be neglected to mention that in one of the most spectacular legal cases of the Twentieth Century, the “atomic espionage” trials, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg spoke of “warships of space.”
Since they had access to top secret information, and, at that point, no reason to lie, what was it, exactly, that they meant?
In late 1947, only months after the famous Roswell Incident, then Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal sent a naval task force to Antarctic including Admiral Nimitz, Admiral Krusen and Admiral Byrd, called “Operation Highjump”. It was touted to be an expedition to find “coal deposits” and other valuable resources, but the facts indicate otherwise. In actuality they were apparently trying to locate an immense underground base constructed by the Germans, before, during and immediately after the Second World War, with the aid of Alien Entities, which were described as “Aryans”.
This base was allegedly located in Neuschwabenland, an area of Antarctica which Germany explored, and claimed, before the outbreak of the Second World War. In fact, Germany had done a very detailed study of Antarctic and were alleged to have built a small underground base there before the War.
At this point, one must ask why, exactly, the United States, and, in fact, her allies, suspected that German activity at the pole was continuing, after the conclusion of the Second World War. The answer, quite honestly, has nothing at all to do with Unidentified Flying Objects. That part of the story came to light from a completely different set of sources.
The fact is that there was plenty of evidence, at the time, to indicate that as late as 1947, elements of the Kriegsmarine, or German Navy, were still very much active in the South Atlantic, operating either out of South America, or some base, previously unsuspected, in the Antarctic. Many stories were circulating at the time;
One of which even has a German U-boat stopping an Icelandic whaler named Juliana in Antarctic waters, in 1947 and insisting that its captain, named Hekla, sell the U-boat crew supplies from her available stores. In exchange for the supplies (which had been paid for in U.S. dollars, along with a ten dollar bonus to each member of Juliana’s crew. ) the U-boat commander told the whaler where a large school of whales were to be found. Hekla and his crew later found the whales in the exact position claimed by the U-boat commander.
The presence of such boats, all late construction Type XXI and Type XXIII U-Boats, with the “snorkel” that allowed them to make the entire passage from Germany submerged was no secret.
The evidence, a large volume of it, is there for all to see:
- The Germans explored and claimed part of Antarctica on the very eve of the war when the vast majority of their activity was geared towards the rebuilding of the German economy and military infrastructure. This activity began shortly before the recovery of the Bavarian “flying disc”, in 1938, but picked up pace immediately afterward.
- There was ongoing ship and submarine activity in the South Atlantic and polar regions throughout and after the war had apparently ended. This activity continued well into the 1950s, and if some accounts are to be believed, continues to this day, with what can only be considered U-Boat sightings, and a very high incidence of Unidentified Flying Object sightings in the South Atlantic and South Polar regions, including the Southern portions of South America.
- The US literally invaded the continent of Antarctica, itself, with considerable naval resources leaving mainland America exposed and vulnerable as the world edged into the Cold War. The task force limped home as if defeated only weeks later, and the local South American press wrote of such a defeat. This coincided with a substantial increase in Unidentified Flying Object activity, generally attributed to the first major “wave” of such activity in modern times, with an inordinate amount of this activity taking place in the Southern Hemisphere, particularly in South America.
- Admiral Byrd spoke of objects that could fly from pole to pole at incredible speeds being based on Antarctica.
- Hundreds of thousands of Germans and a minimum of forty (40) U-boats were missing at the end of the war. Documentation and eyewitness accounts prove that at least a portion of these craft made it as far as South America, in some cases, several months after the end of the war in Europe.
The fact is, Unidentified Flying Object researchers are well aware of strange sightings of ‘flying saucers’ with swastikas or iron crosses displayed on them.
Before World War II, Germany has occupied the vast territory in the Antarctic Dronning Maud Land, naming it New Swabia.
During the whole time while the war lasted, and especially since 1943, dozens of German submarines were sent to Antarctica.
It is assumed that the Germans found under the ice caves and underground cavities system, where the air temperature does not drop below 18 degrees Celsius.
There, they built whole cities, and was brought from Germany all the major scientists and advanced technology of those years.
At the end of 1947, only months after the famous Roswell incident, Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal sent a naval group to Antarctica.
The main objective of “Operation High Jump” was to find the underground Nazi base, built during World War II.
USA were hoping to capture those highly scientific achievements of Ahnenerbe Institute, from which there were only rumors, scraps of drawings and documentary video tapes left.
However, the Americans met with quite a formidable resistance, losing on the march ships, planes and people.
What evil Americans faced in Antarctica?
Who helped the Nazis to settle in the icy continent?
Can we expect in the near future, the day when the new civilization decides to withdraw from the depths of the South Pole, to occupy the Earth? ..
If you want to know more, we offer you the documentary “Third Reich – Operation UFO”.