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Enigma Issue 7: Nazi UFO Research

by Paul Vigay | Autumn 1995

The following report was obtained from the Internet and consists of a small extract from the book, "Secret Societies in the Twentieth Century." containing some interesting links between modern occultism and Nazi activities of World War II.

The Occult societies of England and Germany were interlinked in various ways between 1880 and 1920. The influence was mainly from the London Golden Dawn society to Berlin.

Members of the Golden Dawn were among others, Florence Farr, W.B.Yeats, Bram Stoker, Gustav Meyrink, Aleister Crowley and Rudolf Steiner. Members were recruited mainly from the Masonic Lodge in London, and the Rosicrusians. There were also members from the Illuminati. A junior member of the Masonic Lodge in London was a Mr. Winston Churchill who later became a prime minister. And perhaps an instrument of the Golden Dawn.

In 1917 a sort of Golden Dawn colony was founded in Wien, members were Rudolf von Sebottendorf, Karl Haushofer, Lothar Waiz, Gernot, Maria Orsitsch. This society was connected to Gurdijeff, and to a Tibetan holy order (the followers of Tsongkapa), and the order of the Knights of the Temple. This Golden Dawn colony had contact with the order Herren vom Schwarzen Stein (HvSS)

In 1918 the order Thule Gesellschaft was formed. From this grew the DAP, the NSDAP and the SS. A junior member of the Thule Gesellschaft was a young Adolf Hitler, who was a keen occultist, experimenting with Mescalin and other drugs to gain mystical insight. Hitler was later to become an instrument of the Thule Order as the Reichsfuhrer. The beliefs and ideas of the Thule Order remained more or less those of the Golden Dawn.

In 1919 the Thule Order held meetings in Ramsau where the Jugoslavian medium Maria Orsitsch received a technology offer from space aliens from Aldebaran. They gave the Thule Order plans for a time machine, or rather a dimension machine. Important components were counter-rotating magnets. Dr. W. O. Schumann from the Munchen Technical University worked on the plans for 3 years, and a first model was built in 1922, with unknown results. The Austrian Schapeller seems to have developed the ideas further during the next 10 years.

June 1934 flew the first German built flying saucer, the model RFZ1, which was built in the airplane factory Arado in Brandenburg. The saucer levitated to an altitude of 60m, lost stability, and was dancing around in the air for a few minutes. The control machinery model Arado 196 was quite unsatisfactory, but the test pilot (Lothar Waiz) managed to set the machine down. He jumped out and ran away, while the saucer began to slide around on the ground until it went apart.

Later, in 1934 the second saucer, RFZ 2, was ready with a new control system. It was 5m in diameter, emitted a coloured light, and the contour became hazy when it flew. It could fly. In the years until 1940 prototypes were further developed. It had long distance capabilities, and did a flight to South America in 1941. It lacked the manoeuvrability of the ME109, and it was unarmed. It wasn't built in quantity.

1942 saw the lightly armed Vril-1-Jaeger flying. It was 11.5m in diameter, was one seated, could reach supersonic speeds, could do 90 degree turns at full speed, and could leave the atmosphere. 17 copies were built of this model.

A two seated variety was also built.
Around 1940 a jet propulsed saucer version, the V-7 was built. This was a totally different design by Andreas Epp. This had no magnetic propulsion. Several copies were built.

A combination was the RFZ 7. It had a dual propulsion system, jet motors and a magnetic motor. It was on this model that Schriever, Habermohl, Miethe and Belluzo were working. The diameter was 42m, and the prototype was lost on a flight to Spitzbergen. This model was intended to eventually carry nuclear weapons. The RFZ 7 was unsatisfactory. A second prototype flew outside Prague. A third prototype was the RFZ 7 T, which was better, but still not performing well, compared to to the RFZ 2.

A SS-special task force, the SS-E-IV, the development group of the black sun, had the task of researching alternative energy sources, which did not require the scarce fuel oil. In this group the magnet motor, and the tachyon converter invented by Hans Coler were developed and combined. As early as 1939 the first prototype flew with this motor, under the name RFZ 5 or Haunebu I. It carried a crew of 8, was 25 m diameter, and was supersonic. It had to 6 cm machine-guns type KSK, and 4 smaller machine-guns type MK 106. It could not fly at high altitudes.

In 1942, a prototype HAUNEBU II was ready. Diameter 30m, it carried a crew of minimum 9, maximum 20. It was supersonic and could fly 55 hours.

A prototype HAUNEBU III had 71 meter diameter, had a crew of 32, was supersonic, and could fly for more than 24 hours.

The foo fighters was a general allied name for all saucers. The above mentioned saucers were rarely observed by allied fliers. What they mainly saw was a small unmanned 'Schildtkrote' developed by SS-E-IV. This was supposed to interfere with electrical installations in the allied planes, but was no success.

Another object reported by allied fliers as a foo fighter was the 'Seifenblasen', which was simply a conventional balloon with metal strips, which was designed to interfere with the allied airborne radar. The balloons were no success.

Some of the saucer types could travel interplanetarily, and are alleged to have reached Mars. The first time travel took place in 1944, shortly before the allied conquered Prague. It is rather unclear what were the results of the time travel experiments. The Americans seemed to do similar experiments at the same time.

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