Ancient Secret Societies, UFOs, and the New World Order - Part II
by Brad Steiger
(Copyright 2008, Brad Steiger - All Rights Reserved)
Maria, Sigrun, and the other members of the Vrilerinnen, Traute, Gudrun, and Heike, began to receive transmissions that dictated diagrams and blueprints of advanced flying machines, complete with the mathematics and physics to go with them. The mediums, contrary to popular feminine custom of the day to wear bobbed or short hair, wore their hair long to serve as better receptive antennas for the alien messages.
By 1921, some say that a working model of what would one day be called a "flying saucer" had been built. Working in underground bases with the alien intelligences, the Nazis mastered antigravity space flight, established space stations, accomplished time travel, and developed their spacecraft to warp speeds.
In 1922, members of Thule and Vril claim to have built the Jenseitsflugmaschine, the Other World Flight Machine, based on the psychic messages received from the Aldebaran aliens. W. O. Schulmann of the Technical University of Munich was in charge of the project until it was halted in 1924, and the craft was stored in Messerschmitt's Augsburg. In 1937, after Hitler came into power, he authorized the construction of the Rund flugzeug, the round, or disk-shaped vehicle, for military use and for spaceflight. A few years later, the Fuhrer officially abolished all secret societies, but sources indicate that the Vril continued its work unabated.
Some maintain that rather than receiving a late night visitor dressed as a quiet, mannerly, and respectable burgher as had the alchemist Helvetius, Hitler's encounter with a Vril master from the inner Earth was far more dramatic. According to Hermann Rauschning, governor of Danzig, Hitler was shaken by the visit and declared that the "new man" was already living among them and that he was "intrepid and cruel." The Fuhrer admitted that he was afraid of him.
Research sources are vague as to the eventual fate of Maria Orsic. Some say that Maria, Sigrun, Traute, Gudrun, and Heike were transported by the Jenseitsflugmaschine, the Other World Flight Machine, to live eternally with their extraterrestrial guides on another planet. Another source has Maria escaping to Acapulco where Admiral Canaris had established a submarine base in 1945. Others maintain that all five of the lovely mediums went with Vril members by submarine to establish a secret base in Antarctica in 1943. Those who know of Admiral Richard Byrd's claim of finding a "new world" in Antarctica are also those who remind us that the Americans, Canadians, British, and Russians did not snatch up all the German scientists. Some point out that as many as 130 scientists who were working on the secret Vril projects disappeared immediately at the war's end. Simultaneously, a number of German Freight U-boats capable of transporting 850 metric tons each vanished from official inventory. And, at the same time, several airliners capable of flying very long distances seemingly disappeared from Tempelhof Air Base. Shortly after these aircraft and submarines had mysteriously vanished, officials noted that tens of millions of marks in gold bullion and precious stones were missing from the Reichsbank.
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