Ukrainian workers recently found strange graves at a construction site in the Ukraine. They thought it was an ancient Scythian graveyard until someone spotted the medallion of a German soldier in one of the coffins. When archeologists arrived, they were shocked to find that some of the human skeletons had their spines sawn lengthwise. Some did not have heads, while others had skull trepanation (holes drilled in them), as if they were trying to create a "third eye."
Experts decided the bodies were victims of the Ahnenerbe, the most secret organization of the Nazi Third Reich. The victims were not Jews?they were what Germans called ?Aryans,? the ?pure race.? Ahnenerbe?s doctors were doing medical experiments on them, trying to create a new breed of human being.
Ahnenerbe, which means ?Ancestors? Inheritance,? was founded in 1933 by philosopher Friedrich Gilscher, along with a Dr. Hirt. After the Nazis gained power, Ahnenerbe was entrusted with searching for the traditions of the Indo-German Nordic race. In 1937, the organization became part of the SS. Their studies were designed to prove the superiority of the Aryan race in order to vindicate Nazi racial policies, and some of Germany?s best scientists did this research. They went on expeditions to the Middle East, Ukraine, and Tibet. When Soviet troops entered Berlin in 1945, they were surprised to find thousands of Tibetan corpses in SS uniforms.
In the summer of 1944, Hirt was ordered to destroy his laboratories. He didn?t manage to do it before the allies arrived, so troops found many beheaded corpses. Hirt disappeared afterwards and was later seen, along with other escaped Nazis, in Chile and in Paraguay.
Ahnenerbe?s members were all tall, muscular, blond men, like most Nazis (except, interestingly enough, for Hitler himself). They were supposed to get married in their twenties to racially pure women (again, Hitler remained single). Karl Maria Willigut, a black magician with a large influence on Nazi high-ranking officials, was the most famous person in the organization.
They tried to invent a psychotropic weapon for mind control, and did experiments on humans. By the end of the war, Nazis were testing ?flying disks,? and Ahnenerbe may have had a large air base in Antarctica. There are rumors that this base still exists and that there is an underground city there called New Berlin with a population of 2 million people who work on genetic engineering and space exploration. Indirect proof of this is the fact that UFOs are often be seen around the South Pole. In 1976, the Japanese saw 19 round objects there in a single sighting.
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