Animal Farm Hall:
Hitler's magical rites and occult Nazi nuclear rituals
Not until a quarter of a century after the Second World War did official documents make it known to the general public that Nazism abounded in magical rites and occult rituals. Years after the release of such information, most writers of history still try to paint a simple picture of Hitler's Reich leaders performing supernatural ceremonies on one hand, and conducting a calculating war on the other. No connection is made between the two contrary activities.
"Their [the Freemasons] hierarchical organization and the initiation through symbolic rites, that is to say without bothering the brains but by working on the imagination through magic and the symbols of a cult - all this is the dangerous element and the element I have taken over. Don't you see that our party must be of this character?...An Order, that is what it has to be - an Order, the hierarchical Order of a secular priesthood." - Adolph Hitler, Mein Kampf
We can state with certainty that Germany's discovery of nuclear fission in 1938 literally fulfilled one of alchemy's greatest goals: the transmutation of elements. New forms of matter (plutonium) could suddenly be created out of others (uranium). This marked a grand turning point for the magical fraternities which for ages sought to transform base metal into gold. The writings of modern occultists like Aleister Crowley took on a new tolerable meaning and could be used by Reich leaders to form the renewed code of Illuminati brotherhoods based on magical transmutations.
"The professor had the great German gift of Being Always Right.
My task was simplified; I had merely to keep on telling him how very right he was."
- The Confessions of Aleister Crowley
There was still another advantage of using an occult system of words and phrases to control the Nazi nuclear effort: it offered a great degree of security. For as far as the Allies were concerned, only a person of unstable mental condition could take occult elements of speech seriously. Hence, the German nuclear scheme was never really penetrated by the Allies. It remained mostly a secret until the end of the 20th century. But in the 1990s a few noteworthy events shed light on this intriguing situation.
The first breakthrough was the declassification of the Farm Hall transcripts. At the end of the war, the Anglo-American Allies rounded up Hitler's top nuclear scientists and secretly transferred them to a country house in Cambridge known as Farm Hall. In what was called Operation Epsilon, the German scientists remained under house arrest for six months where their conversations were recorded, transcribed, and translated. From those recordings we learned that Hitler was not particularly interested in developing an atomic bomb. Instead, the Nazis were secretly working on a uranium engine or "super weapon" reactor for military purposes. But because Werner Heisenberg who headed the German nuclear research group was not a supporter of Hitler, a security screen or buffer had to be set up by the Nazis. Heisenberg's team was required to produce mathematical formulae and small working models of the proposed uranium engine. Then all construction work was transferred to loyal Nazi, Abraham Esau, head of the German Bureau of Standards, who supervised the building of large-scale atomic projects under Albert Speer and was in charge of Reich uranium and heavy water (deuterium).
The large-scale military nuclear designs
of Esau were not explained in detail by the Allies. Various independent branches of secret
Nazi atomic experimentation were concealed in part by the research bureau of the Reich Post Office. It should also be mentioned that perhaps only ten percent of the Farm Hall conversations were released in manuscript form. "Some of the German transcriptions are not available in the British or American files and are apparently lost." But according to the recordings, the German scientists seemed to be more interested in high-energy "rays" than in atomic explosions. At one point they
openly discussed the possibility of Farm Hall being bugged with microphones.
A persistently critical question raised by the Farm Hall operation which some war historians continue to ask is: "Where, if at all, are the large-scale Nazi nuclear projects of Abraham Esau and Albert Speer?" A favorite answer always advanced by many polemical enthusiasts is the myth of the German National Redoubt:
"When the Reich was crumbling under the final onslaughts from West and East, Nazi propaganda labored to create a vision of the Southern Redoubt, an inner fortress from which in a few months Germany would strike back with terrible weapons which would snatch victory at one minute past twelve."
"Here, defended by nature and by the most efficient secret weapons yet invented, the powers that have hitherto guided Germany will survive to reorganize her resurrection; here armaments will be manufactured in bombproof factories, food and equipment will be stored in vast underground caverns and a specially selected corpus of young men will be trained in guerrilla warfare, so that a whole underground army can be fitted and directed to liberate Germany from occupying forces."
Frustrated by their failure to discover Hitler's enormous nuclear reactor, the Allies were also unable to locate a remote hidden fortress rumored to be the German National Redoubt. But critics with extreme views loudly argued that the Nazi reactor was obviously well-concealed inside Hitler's secret fortress. And since the Alsos Mission search-party was not able to find its location, the Allies were instead merely trying to explain it all away. A Nazi reactor and mountain fortress never really existed, according to the Allied Command. But rumors and eye-witness reports persisted. Even some of the death camp survivors clearly described being transported on trains without windows into what appeared to be vast underground caverns. There, they were forced to do construction labor and work near V2 rocket platforms before being moved to other Nazi camps.
The confusing story that finally emerged portrayed the German Redoubt as an underground stronghold connected by rail to Fortress Europe. It was either located near Southern Germany (at Hitler's mountain-top "Eagle's Nest"), in the Austrian Alps, or perhaps as far away as the Balkans. Even General Eisenhower took it all very seriously. "The Redoubt idea produced in the mindset of the Allied Command the sense that if - and when - Hitler was found it would be in the south." On the eve of the Normandy invasion an Allied Command wartime report concluded that:
"It seems reasonably certain that some of the most important ministries and personalities of the Nazi regime are already established in the Redoubt area. Goring, Himmler, Hitler are said to be in the process of withdrawing to their respective personal mountain strongholds."
But as Germany began to crumble, Nazi propaganda experts, led by Dr. Goebbels, who had blatantly spread the rumor of a National Redoubt were now the first to categorically deny its existence. Hitler was never in a Redoubt mountain fortress, but always in Berlin, they insisted. It was all a hoax, they said, and should be disregarded. An Allied officer later wrote: "The Redoubt existed largely in the imagination of a few fanatical Nazis. It grew into so exaggerated a scheme that I am astonished we could have believed it as innocently as we did."
Yet for a few German observers, the Nazi nuclear reactor (perhaps the largest ever made) still awaits the quiet push of reawakening, somewhere in a mountain base. In mint condition, it was forced to shutdown in 1945. "Why hand it over to the destroyers of Hiroshima," quarreled one Bavarian. "If they can't find it themselves?"
Recently released war records reveal the use of a “political decoy” (doppelganger or body-double) –– a look-alike trained to impersonate Hitler in order to draw attention away from him and deal with risks on his behalf.
It is documented that the Nazi Fuhrer vetted at least four doubles.
Peter Fotis Kapnistos details their names, their peace-time occupations, their deaths, and an uncivil escape to South America…
Pope Sixtus VI: An Inglorious Guide To Hitler’s Doubles (2013)
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In the 1990s, a 3D computer game called "Wolfenstein" appeared on the cyber-scene and quickly became a trend-setter which led to the popular sequels of "Doom" and "Quake." Wolfenstein (rock of the wolf) was an imaginary assault into a Nazi mountain fortress characteristic of the German National Redoubt myth. An object of the computer game was to pass through steel doors and move within cavernous tunnels in order to locate lost occult artifacts and hidden treasures.
But in the real world of the 1990s, another "rock of the wolf" was reported in some newspapers from the Balkan Peninsula, an area of South-East Europe consisting of present-day Greece. The occasion was Athens' official recognition of the Embassy of Israel. To set in motion the opening of new diplomatic relations, Greece allowed the public to view an historical site: a Nazi underground prison which had been built by German architects near the foot of Athens' Lycabettus hill just before the Second World War.
Originally planned as a large underground bomb shelter, the double basement bunker was quickly transformed into a harsh place of captivity, torture, and death when Germany invaded and occupied Greece.
A unique feature of this two-storeyed underground prison was that it remained a very well-kept secret (although Nazi intelligence officers like Kurt Waldheim knew of atrocities committed by German army units in Greece). The prison was concealed under a downtown movie theatre guilelessly located opposite the prestigious Athens Academy. Apparently, targeted Gestapo suspects were lured into the cinema, seized under the cover of indoor darkness and dragged to the hidden bunker basement of the theater, never to be seen again. The method of punishment used there was also unique. According to cell graffiti, prisoners were not starved to death as in numerous death camps. Instead, they were forced to die of thirst. In the absence of drinking water, death usually occurs after ten days.
"Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer: behold, the devil shall cast some
of you into prison, that ye may be tried: and ye shall have tribulation ten
days: be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of
- Revelation 2:10
Not by chance, just a short walk away, below the hill of Lycabettus (rock of the wolf), on a street called "Merlin" was the Balkan administrative center of the Gestapo. In fact, most of the stylish Lycabettus Kolonaki district was under strict Nazi control during the war period. [The name Lycabettus is actually related to the word lucid, based on luc meaning "light" (i.e. luci-fero hill). Lyka also means she-wolf.]
When drilling for the new Athens Metro Subway began in that area in 1997, workers were surprised to discover underground water containments that were not marked on any municipal charts or maps. The mysterious water stores may have been part of the hidden infrastructure installed in Athens by Nazi architects before the war began. Remaining stocks of Norwegian heavy water (produced by electrolysis) for Germany's nuclear energy program have not been found. As Berlin prepared for the 1936 Olympic Games, the city of Athens was being modernized with underground public water and electricity mostly by Bavarian firms using the Stavridis Committee blueprints of German architect Leo von Klenze (see: Charter of Athens, 1933 - Albert Speer). Pro-Nazi planners in those decades were not unwilling to use forced labor and, it seems, may have had a hidden agenda of their own. A self-governing, masonic street-building society called "ETMOA" was placed in charge of the Athens subway system and given custody of public parks, including the Acropolis, independent of the mayor or district councils. (A park is called Alsos in Greek.)
1. Greek for sacred grove; a garden or park of amusement and athletics
Bohemian Grove). 2. A codename for the Allied secret
operation to locate the Nazi nuclear reactor somewhere in Europe. It was
supposedly named after General
head of the Manhattan
World War II US nuclear weapons effort. Sworn
to total secrecy, the Alsos team investigated the Mediterranean area in
1944. The mission returned without
On the sides of Lycabettus hill, tourists and visitors are sometimes astonished to encounter large steel military doors in the rock, reminiscent of scenes from classic war movies. Accessed above and across a Kolonaki street named "Navarinou," it is more than evident that parts of Lycabettus hill are hollow within and contain cannons and mounted guns that command the key sea channel of Piraeus. The huge caverns, corridors and rooms inside the raised mass of earth were obviously used for the Nazi war machine. When asked "What's in there today?" Greek military officials have a standard answer: "The Germans emptied out the caves before they retreated. Any German war machinery or technical equipment is no longer there. Some of the cavern access-points were permanently damaged with explosives so the exact entrances cannot be located. Most of them are sealed shut. Today the military features of Lycabettus hill belong to NATO, which uses it simply as a storehouse."
|Military doors leading into the rock cave of Lycabettus hill (left), are reminiscent of scenes from "The Guns of Navarone."|
A funicular track of steel rails, drawing small railway carriages by cable through the base of the mountain and up to its top, offers a convincing demonstration that Lycabettus is indeed hollow within. A series of complex bunkers deep inside the mountain of Lycabettus, designed by Bavarian city-planners, with a subterranean engine that provides power to run the cabled hoisting machine, uncannily resembles Hitler's mysterious Eagle's Nest, or his rumored Southern Redoubt.
ride up and down the Lycabettus Hill funicular railway
Had Hitler hidden his Southern Redoubt in the Alpine mountain area, it would have been subjected to relentless air-raids and assaults, if ever traced by the Allies. But the bombing of a subterranean fortress in Athens - secretly built by Nazi slaves transported with underground trains, containing priceless ancient monuments and relics of Western civilization - would have quickly produced the world's utmost condemnation. Lycabettus, a hollow slope covered with ancient myths, may have been a natural choice for pompous German leaders wanting to hide their Southern Redoubt and conduct secret atomic research in "the land of Democritus." In June of 1941, the Fuehrer made an official visit to Lycabettus. Was it a mere photo opportunity or his program to inaugurate the Nazi nuclear effort in his fabled Southern Redoubt?
The Philadelphia Experiment was alleged to be a 1943 secret experiment conducted by the U.S. Navy at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in which the U.S. naval destroyer USS Eldridge was briefly rendered invisible to human observers.
Although the invisibility claim has been debunked, it has also been suggested by some experts that the destroyer was perhaps a nautical nuclear reactor, as part of a naval back-up system to the Manhattan Project (Russia has recently produced its own floating nuclear reactors). A reactor's core often emits a bright burst of photons, sometimes giving the eerie illusion (Cerenkov effect) of a semi-transparent glow. More recently, 'cloaking' experiments have been conducted in some US labs, by curving or changing the direction of electromagnetic waves, to produce an illusion of invisibility.
Whatever occurred in the Philadelphia shipyard was only an experiment. The real war-time mission of the Eldridge took place shortly thereafter, in the southern Mediterranean Sea. The Athens port of Piraeus was the largest Allied harbor in the area.
A failed mutiny disrupted the Greek Navy
just around that time and stoked a bitter civil war, an event which some say helped mark the beginning of the Cold
|Carlos Miguel Allende, (Carl Meredith Allen) wrote a series of letters in 1955 to Morris K. Jessup, a
paranormal researcher. Allende claimed to have witnessed a ship made invisible with electromagnetic fields when he was a sailor in 1943. The Office of Naval Research asked Jessup to travel to Washington D.C. to discuss the strange
letters with its naval officers. In 1959 Jessup was found dead in his car from carbon monoxide poisoning.
The book, "The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility," by William Moore and Charles Berlitz came out in 1979. Crew member Alfred Bielek later said it was actually a space-time experiment (transportation in time between the 1940s and 1980s) and that one of the backers of the project was none other than English occultist Aliester Crowley. While Crowley was an infamous pro-German propagandist and hidden supporter of Nazism, he was a prominent symbol of London fringe-masonry and in contact with British intelligence. Since the real war-time mission of the Eldridge took place in the southern Mediterranean Sea, one can only wonder if Crowley used his spy connections to somehow take advantage of US nuclear technology during the chaotic Greek naval mutiny.
Another possibility is that
top US military commanders actually wanted the Nazis to discover they had the world's first floating nuclear reactor. By demonstrating its utility in an Allied
Mediterranean port and allowing Reich leaders to believe it would soon fall into their hands, native German attempts to produce a ‘uranium engine’ were put on hold. The ploy continued long enough to leave Germany without a military-grade reactor by the war's end, as the
Eldridge deftly slipped through the fingers of misinformed Gestapo moles and sailed back to America.
The Eldridge became the official property of the Greek Navy in 1951 and was renamed the HS Leon. She was reported to have been sold as scrap after the year 2000.
Another curious fact - and possible cover for the peddling of nuclear matιriel - emerged after the Greek colonel George Papadopoulos enforced a right-wing dictatorship in 1967. Perhaps lacking good sense, American contractors built for him the small Democritus Nuclear Reactor in a suburb of Athens. The colonel's dictatorship collapsed after the 1973 Polytechnic University demonstrations.
An engineering mystery of Lycabettus hill is its large, horse-shoe shaped drainage canal. Observers wonder why the canal encircling a few miles of central Athens leaves the (Kolonaki) Parliament - Embassy area entirely vulnerable to flooding. There is no canal there, the only way to the top of the hill. What may seem to be a vast rainwater drainage system could serve better as a "moat" to make access to the hill difficult for siege weapons. How was the mount of Lycabettus actually used by the Germans during the Second World War? What kind of tunnel system connected its many secret doors and caverns to the streets below and to nearby buildings, like the Nazi prison cells discovered beneath a movie theatre?
To answer these questions, we will follow a process similar to one known in computer science as "reverse-engineering." Starting from what we already know, and using the facts we have at hand, we will travel backwards in our method of inquiry and work our way from a final effect to its original causes. Like the investigation of an automobile crash, we will measure collision marks and proceed backwards to determine how the unfortunate events came about. We will also act on the assumption that the Reich leaders used "occult elements of speech" to intensify their notions of belief and to increase the security of their nuclear projects. >>
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A small ball of clay or soil, pressed around the foot of the chair, bewildered us. We later concluded that "feet of clay" were used to psychologically torture a hostage tied to the chair, who was probably ordered not to move, but to remain perfectly still and motionless at all times. Any movement of the chair would cause the clay lump to crumble and break into smaller fragments. The guards could then measure even the slightest movements that had occurred while they were not in the bunker, and punish the hostage accordingly. A hole in the seat of the chair may have been due to an act of extreme violence or a malicious experiment. I sent the photos to the local police department, but they arrived too late. When the authorities finally got there about a month later, I had been evicted and the evidence had already been removed. But the persons who rented the basement apartment after me were leading members of the Greek TV news media, who communicated with the Greek Prime Minister. Therefore, I cannot rule out the possibility that the bunker may have been examined by intelligence analysts before the local police arrived. What finally became of the disembodied chair and mattress? Did they go to a forensic "area" or were they discarded as rubbish? Most of the bunker witnesses later developed abnormal lumps or growth in their bodies. One died of a brain tumor. Some time later, newspapers reported that an extremely radioactive substance had mysteriously turned up in a scrap metal junkyard near Athens. After several months, a Greek-Turkish friend of mine introduced me to the owner of Athens' most influential newspaper. But my bunker photos were not published because they raised too many questions. I didn't have a story.
The Problem: Important details in the photographs match up - but really should not - because the bunker locations are almost 2000 kilometers apart. What was a "ghost detainee" doing in the Kolonaki bunker? Was this a case of identity theft or extraordinary rendition? How long was the victim being held as a tortured hostage? How were the Nazis using the Kolonaki - Lycabettus district of Athens during World War Two? A war crime appears to have been committed in the Lycabettus bunker. But why are the authorities today not willing to discover who the victim actually was?
"As to my study of Islam, I got a sheikh to teach me Arabic and the practices of ablution, prayer and so on, so that at some future time I might pass for a Moslem among themselves ...my ability to fraternize fully with Mohammedans has proved of infinite use in many ways." - The Confessions of Aleister Crowley