Wednesday, October 3, 2012

New Series 131: Adolf Hitler asked Martin Bormann, “Where can we relocate them?” Bormann said, “Neuschwabenland”—basically because it had been colonised since the 1930s. It was Germany’s Area 51 without the tourists.

9/06/12 from HATONN/jonur (ns131)

Good morning, Jonur, let us get busy now.

                           CHAPTER 21

Among the first things relocated were the major computer systems.  Because these computers were so valuable and were processing so much information, Adolf Hitler asked Martin Bormann, “Where can we relocate them?”  Bormann said, “Neuschwabenland”—basically because it had been colonised since the 1930s.  It was Germany’s Area 51 without the tourists.  They began to move concept weapons and the computers to the Antarctic, hollowing out vast caverns to fit them.

This is one of the reasons why they faced invasion by the British SAS during the war.  In 1944, during Operation Tabarin, the SAS attacked but failed to dislodge the Third Reich from the Antarctic.  This has been written about in NEXUS magazine [see James Robert, “Britain’s Secret War in Antarctica”, 12/05-06, 13/01].

Hitler was looking for an area in which to keep the computers in sterile, cool conditions because they overheated easily.  Bormann’s computers were beginning to become the central focus of the science of the Third Reich, which was based on what Hitler and Himmler considered to be Aryan physics.

TK:  But didn’t they also need enormous amounts of power?  The Third Reich would have had to have moved a whole infrastructure there, of generators and diesel back-up and people and what not.

DD:  They found ways to generate geothermal and hydroelectric power in the Antarctic regions that were very similar to Iceland.  They used these energy sources to power their computers and infra structure underground.

There are areas of Antarctica, which is an enormous continent, from which American patrols never returned.  I will tell you something about Antarctica in terms of its population.  The largest concentration of scientists in the world is in Antarctica.

TK:  At present?

DD:  Yes.  I am trying to put this into perspective.  There is nothing else to do in Antarctica other than scientific investigation, and as a result many countries established bases there:  the Soviet Union/Russia, South Africa, France, Norway, Japan, China, the US, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand among them.  Argentina and Chile actually colonised families down there.

TK:  Wow.  Could a civilian go there, or is it off limits?

DD:  The Antarctic Treaty was signed in December 1959, after the atomic “tests” that took place down there—Operation Argus, which I will go into later.  After that, the area was pretty much declared off limits by the Soviet Union and the United States.

So it has only been recently, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, that they began to experiment with some ecological or environmental awareness tourism.  That has been extremely recent and was pretty much after the Nazi presence disappeared off Antarctica, which was around 1997 when probably the last vestiges of it retreated into Unterland completely.

Entrances to the Inner Earth

TK:  And Unterland:  where would that be located?  Is it under Antarctica, or is it completely elsewhere?

DD:  There are multiple entrances to Unterland, literally all over the globe.  There are some in Tibet, there are some in Antarctica, there are some that are located in other areas of the world, including one in Switzerland—a major entrance—as well as one within the Alpenfestung, or Alpine Fortress, encompassing a huge area across the northern Italian and Austrian Alps ….

TK:  In Germany, too, probably.

DD:  Yes.

TK:  I know that Hitler had a very important hideaway in a town called Berchtesgaden, which is in the German Alps.  Would that be an entrance to the Unterland?

DD:  Conceivably, I never saw any records concerning that.  The Americans misinterpreted the Reich’s concept of Alpenfestung.  They thought that it functioned as a kind of Salò Republic for the Third Reich, as the Italian Salò Republic served Mussolini’s fascist state. The reality is that the Alpenfestung was essentially securing that entrance into Unterland from the European continent, but there are other entrances in other parts of the world.  I am certain that there are many more that have never been discovered, but the major entrances spoken of in the records I’ve dealt with are in Tibet and in Antarctica.

TK:  Is there a whole area where all these entrances are interconnected?

DD:  They are interconnected because so much water has eroded Grand Canyon-type caverns throughout the planet, many miles below.  It is a very hot environment, a very steamy environment, like a tropical environment without the Sun.  It has a lot of room—plenty of room for the establishment and expansion of civilisation.


Pause here, Jonur, and attend the day’s tasks.  Hatonn moving to standby frequency.  Salu!

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