Claims are made that on this date, three extraterrestrials from the planet Venus, led by Commander Valiant Thor, landed in a farmer’s field in Alexandria, VA.
Upon the arrival of Local Police, who were the first to respond, Thor requested to meet with The President, and was whisked away to the Pentagon where he initially met with the Secretary of Defense Neil H. McELROY.
After the meeting with McELROY, Thor was taken to the White House where he met with President Eisenhower, Vice President Richard Nixon and the Joint Chiefs.
It was at this meeting that Thor made it known to the group that he represented an intergalactic High Council, who were worried about the Earth’s nuclear capabilities and the possibility of the destruction of the human race brought about through nuclear warfare.
Thor remained on Earth until March 16, 1960, in what appeared to be an advisory capacity.
Although President Eisenhower wanted to make the arrival and concerns of the extraterrestrials public knowledge, he was persuaded by Nixon and the Joint Chiefs not to do so.
Frank E. Stranges, who was a federal marshal and chaplain who had top secret security clearance at the Pentagon, claims he had first hand knowledge of this, and in fact had several meetings with Valiant Thor and his companions.
Stranges’ claims have been supported by Harley Byrd, the nephew of Admiral Richard E. Byrd, who worked for the Department of Defense from 1957 to 1963 and was assigned to Project Blue Book, the secret military program that investigated UFO reports, as well as members of President Eisenhower’s family.
While still on Earth, Thor indicated that his race of people lived and dwelled underground and that many of the planets throughout the universe sustain life in this same manner. He also mentioned the waves of aliens who would land around the world to help with the Earth's seemingly insurmountable problems. He stated that a group from a distant planetary system would be coming to give aid and data to help the Earth's progress.
Val Thor spoke of Christ's presence in the universe and that it was heartwarming to see Christ's advanced teaching continuing.
His visitation at the Pentagon marks perhaps a new era in knowledge, wisdom and understanding on our planet.
In UFOlogy, conspiracy theories, claims or stories have circulated linking UFOs to Nazi Germany. The German UFO theories describe supposedly successful attempts to develop advanced aircraft or spacecraft prior to and during World War II, and further assert the post war survival of these craft in secret underground bases in Antarctica, South America or the United States, along with their creators.
According to the limited available information on the UFOs, various potential code names or sub classifications of Nazi UFO craft such as Rundflugzeug, Feuerball, Diskus, Haunebu, Hauneburg-Geräte, V7, Vril, Kugelblitz, not related to the self propelled anti aircraft gun of the same name, Andromeda-Geräte, Flugkreisel, Kugelwaffen, and Reichsflugscheiben have all been referenced.
Accounts appear as early as 1950, likely inspired by historical German development of specialized engines such as Viktor Schauberger's Repulsine around the time of WWII.
Elements of these claims have been widely incorporated into various works of fictional and purportedly non-fictional media, including video games and documentaries, often mixed with more substantiated information.
Nazi UFO conspiracy theories very often conform largely to documented history on the following points:
The Third Reich claimed the territory of New Swabia in Antarctica, sent an expedition there in 1938, and planned others.
The Third Reich conducted research into advanced propulsion technology, including rocketry, Viktor Schauberger's engine research, flying wing craft and the Arthur Sack A.S.6 experimental circular winged aircraft.
Some UFO sightings during World War II, particularly those known as foo fighters, were thought by the Allies to be prototype enemy aircraft designed to harass Allied aircraft through electromagnetic disruption; a technology similar to today's electromagnetic pulse, EMP, weapons.
In WWII the so called foo fighters, a variety of unusual and anomalous aerial phenomena, were witnessed by both Axis and Allied personnel. While some foo fighter reports were dismissed as the misperceptions of troops in the heat of combat, others were taken seriously, and leading scientists such as Luis Alvarez to investigate them.
In at least some cases, Allied intelligence and commanders suspected that foo fighters reported in the European theater represented advanced German aircraft or weapons, particularly given that Germans had already developed such technological innovations as V-1 and V-2 rockets and the first jet engine fighter planes, and that a minority of foo fighters seemed to have inflicted damage to allied aircraft. Picture below Vrill symbols and practioner.
Similar sentiments regarding German technology resurfaced in 1947 with the first wave of flying saucer reports after Kenneth Arnold's widely reported close encounter with nine crescent shaped objects moving at a high velocity.
Personnel of Project Sign, the first U.S. Air Force UFO investigation group, noted that the advanced flying wing aeronautical designs of the German Horten brothers were similar to some UFO reports. In 1959, Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, the first head of Project Blue Book, Project Sign's follow-up investigation wrote:
When WWII ended, the Germans had several radical types of aircraft and guided missiles under development. The majority were in the most preliminary stages, but they were the only known craft that could even approach the performance of objects reported by UFO observers.Picture the bell or die glocke.
The Bell was among the first flying objects to be connected with the Nazis. It apparently had occult markings on it and it was also rumored to have been very similar to a Wehrmacht document about a vertical take off aircraft. It is directly related to the supposed crash of a bell shaped object that occurred in Kecksburg, Pennsylvania, on December 9, 1965. The same month, German engineer Rudolf Schriever gave an interview to German news magazine Der Spiegel in which he claimed that he had designed a craft powered by a circular plane of rotating turbine blades 49' in diameter. He said that the project had been developed by him and his team at BMW's Prague works until April 1945, when he fled Czechoslovakia. His designs for the disk and a model were stolen from his workshop in Bremerhaven-Lehe in 1948 and he was convinced that Czech agents had built his craft for a foreign power.
In a separate interview with Der Spiegel in October 1952 he said that the plans were stolen from a farm he was hiding in near Regen on 14 May 1945.