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The People of Other Worlds

Author and anthropologist Robert Sepehr visits Griffith Park in Los Angeles, with its world-class astronomical observatory and scientific exhibits, such as a Tesla coil and homages to Wernher von Braun, the Mazi aeronatical . Sepehr ponders the question: Are there secret underground bases on the Earth that draw visits from other planets. This discussion encompasses the Nazis’ Thule Society with their Vril maidens conjuring up alien visitors. Did the Nazis at the close of WWII retreat to Antarctica, operating a space base underground amidst the South Pole Colony?




 

 

Antarctica UFO Secrets

Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt conducts a special interview with Oxford Scholar Dr. Joseph Farrell on Antarctica and UFO secrets. Here, in Part One, topics covered include: the Alien Invasion Op, Wernher von Braun, Exotic technology and Admiral Richard Byrd’s battle against the Nazis in the Antarctic military maneuver Operation Highjump.




Lift Off With The Nacht Waffen!

McAllister TV ventures into strange territory — the stories of the Nacht Waffen or Night Secret Service, a band of Nazi scientists and super soldiers who formed a breakaway society after World War II. Rumored to be headquartered in Antarctica, these fighters and scientists used technology lifted from space aliens to design and build craft that would hurl them to the Moon, to Mars and beyond.

Here, McAllister examines how this so-called “Dark Fleet” might have operated. The talk uncovers fragments involving Reptilians, clones, MK Ultra and moon bases. We learn of the Nazi General Walter Kruger, commander in the Waffen SS, during World War II.

There’s a lot of material here, some drawn from the recollections of Penny Bradley, who says she was conscripted into this unit. We’ll be returning to explore more on the Nacht Waffen, as well as examining this team’s relationships with the Operation Paperclip Nazi scientists, including Wernher Von Braun, brought to work at NASA and other American laboratories and space programs.




Michael Jaco was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina. He enlisted in the United States Navy in November 1978 and started his career as a Navy Hard Hat Diver. He volunteered for Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea Air and Land (BUD/S) training in August 1981. He completed BUD/S training 6 months later with class 116 in February 1982. Upon leaving the US Navy in December 2002 he has served as a High-Risk Security Contractor.

In this video Michael will be sharing what he recalls about the Secret Space program and what life was like working for the CIA. More from Super Soldier Talk.

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JFK And X-Protect UFO Files

Here’s a fascinating excerpt from the Dark Journalist’s new documentary X-Protect on the NASA-Nazi Advanced Tech UFO connection to the JFK assassination and CIA psychological warfare secrets. Topics covered include: CIA psychological warfare expert George Joannides, Admiral Bobby Inman, Wernher Von Braun, District Attorney Jim Garrison, Watergate lawyer Douglas Caddy and X-Protect Aerospace assassins.




Here is the 1959 episode of The Twilight Zone mentioned by the Dark Journalist for its veiled references to the X-Project. The episode is called “And When The Sky Was Opened,” and introduces us to three astronauts (played by Rod Taylor, Jim Hutton and Charles Aidman) who return from a mission in a new, supersonic space craft. After they land in the Mojave Desert, their lives strangely begin to change. Soon, they will face erasure from all existence.

The episode was directed by Douglas Heyes and written by Rod Serling, based on a short story by Richard Matheson. Matheson himself would become a prolific contributor to The Twilight Zone. His sci-fi and fantasy stories have inspired many films, including The Incredible Shrinking Man, Omega Man, I Am Legend and Somewhere In Time.




 

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