(N.Morgan) The mystery that surrounds Adolf Hitler and his secret societies is still intriguing to many WWII buffs. Did Adolf survive the end of his reign or did he commit suicide, as was reported for so many decades?
Who was Adolf Hitler really? I was sent a photo that is dated 1953 and is from Argentina. This photo certainly opens the door to the possibility he did indeed survive and went on to live a life abroad. It is said he lived until at least 1965.
Here’s the photo: H/T mam7jmm
Here’s a comparison photo:
His reign of terror is one of the worst the world has ever seen and in his wake, has left more questions than answers. 2 of his most infamous projects were the Vril Society and the Thule Society.
“The Vril Society began around the same time as the Thule Society when Karl Haushofer founded the “Bruder des Lichts“, which means Brothers of the Light. This organization is sometimes referred to at the Luminous Lodge. This group was eventually renamed the Vril-Gesellschaft as it rose in prominence and united three major societies:
the Lords of the Black Stone, having emerged from the Teutonic Order in 1917
the Black Knights of the Thule Society
the Black Sun, later identified as the elite of Heinrich himmler’s SS
Whereas the Thule Society ended up focusing primarily upon materialistic and political agendas, the Vril Society put its attention on the “Other Side.” A local medium named Maria Orisc began getting messages in an unknown language and couldn’t transcribe them, so began meeting with key members of these societies, along with another medium named Sigrun. Accordingly, the messages were coming from a being from the star Aldeberan, which has two planets which form the ’Sumeran Empire’. In the Sumeran empire were two classes of people – the Aryan or Master race, and a subservient race which had developed in a negative fashion as a result of mutation from climatic changes.
After World War II and the subsequent occupation of Germany, Allied military commanders were stunned to discover the penetrating depth of the Nazi regime’s state secrets. The world’s best intelligence organization was not the least of these revelations. Also discovered were massive and meticulous research file on secret societies, eugenics and other scientific pursuits that boggled the imagination of the Allied command. Even more spectacular was an entire web of underground rocket and flying saucer factories with an accompanying technology that still defies ordinary beliefs.
Another project was the Hollow Earth theory. As the allies were closing in on Hitler, Berlin was crumbling under the weight and impact of hundreds of Allied bombs. Deep in his fortified bunker, Adolf Hitler , once unshakable in his confidence in Nazi world domination, now admits that defeat is at hand. But Hitler is determined never to suffer the humiliation of being captured by his enemies. There is only one escape route – one he has planned for should he ever face just such a turn of events. Suicide is out of the question. Instead, Hitler and his corps of elite traverse through an underground tunnel to an isolated airstrip. There they board an unmarked plane and fly south. South to the pole. To the opening at the South Pole where they will enter the hollow Earth and disappear from history.
There are several hollow Earth theories. The most prevalent one holds that there are great but hidden openings at both the North and South poles, and that it is possible to enter those holes. Some – including the respected Admiral Byrd – claimed to have entered those holes. According to the legends, other civilizations live within the Earth on it’s inner surface, warmed and lit by an interior sun. The idea has inspired novels by Edgar Allen Poe (MS Found in a Bottle), Edgar Rice Borroughs (At the Earth’s Core), and Jules Verne (A Journey to the Center of the Earth).