UFO's, The Occult, and Nazi Germany

April 12, 2021 7 min read

Did the Nazi's take into their possession alien technology and/or powerful occult wisdom?

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The Jury is still out on this one but here is what we DO know...

The Nazi’s Believed in Ancient UFO’s and Divine Wisdom (Occult)

It was their belief that they were descendents of a Master Race that fueled them to research Alien Origins; Archeology of ancient writings and cave paintings. They went all over the globe to find famous Sorcerers, Witches and Shamans. If you’ve seen the movie, Indian Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, there was a lot of truth in that movie as far as Nazi’s traveling the globe in search of ancient, sacred, and occult artifacts. And yes, the Nazi’s were true believers in the Occult.

What fueled their belief that the Germanic people were descendents of a Master Race of god-like creatures from antiquity. They devoted massive research into proving this theory, and most notably was the SS Think Thank ‘The Ahnenerbe’, but we will talk about this later.

Let's first talk about the Technology.

NAZI UFO’s aka ‘Foo Fighters’

The Nazi’s had ‘Foo Fighters’ that glowed ‘like Christmas lights’ and had some sort of Electromagnetic Pulse Weapon like a portable EMP…  (YES REALLY!)
Taken from the official December 1944 War Diary of the 415th Night Fighter Squadron at Ochey Air Base in Nancy, France is what it treats as unremarkable. Amongst its daily entries, much is mundane:


newspaper clipping: floating silver balls latest nazi weapons


Newspaper clipping: secret weapon reveals yule decoration

The Foo Fighter Mystery American Legion Magazine 1945

Wikipedia has tons of sources about ‘Foo Fighters’ 

Sightings occurred in November 1944, when pilots flying overWestern Europe by night reported seeing fast-moving round glowing objects following their aircraft. The objects were variously described as fiery, and glowing red, white, or orange. Some pilots described them as resembling Christmas-tree lights and reported that they seemed to toy with the aircraft, making wild turns before simply vanishing. Pilots and aircrew reported that the objects flew formation with their aircraft and behaved as if they were under intelligent control, but never displayed hostile behavior. However, they could not be outmaneuvered or shot down. The phenomenon was so widespread that the lights earned a name – in the European Theater of Operations they were often called "Kraut fireballs", but for the most part called "foo fighters". The military took the sightings seriously, suspecting that the mysterious sightings might be secret German weapons, but further investigation revealed that German and Japanese pilots had reported similar sightings.

On 13 December 1944, theSupreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force in Paris issued a press release, which was featured in theNew York Times the next day, officially describing the phenomenon as a "new German weapon". Follow-up stories, using the term "Foo Fighters", appeared in theNew York Herald Tribune and the BritishDaily Telegraph.

In its 15 January 1945 edition,Time magazine carried a story entitled "Foo-Fighter", in which it reported that the "balls of fire" had been followingUSAAF nightfighters for over a month, and that the pilots had named it the "foo-fighter". According to Time, descriptions of the phenomena varied, but the pilots agreed that the mysterious lights followed their aircraft closely at high speed.

The "balls of fire" phenomenon reported from the Pacific Theater of Operations differed somewhat from the foo fighters reported from Europe; the "ball of fire" resembled a large burning sphere which "just hung in the sky", though it was reported to sometimes follow aircraft. There was speculation that the phenomena could be related to the Japanesefire balloon campaign. As with the European foo fighters, no aircraft were reported as having been attacked by a "ball of fire".

The postwarRobertson Panel cited foo fighter reports, noting that their behavior did not appear to be threatening, and mentioned possible explanations, for instance that they wereelectrostatic phenomena similar toSt. Elmo's fire,electromagnetic phenomena, or simply reflections of light from ice crystals. The Panel's report suggested that "If the term 'flying saucers' had been popular in 1943–1945, these objects would have been so labeled."

WWII Era UFO Sightings

Foo fighters were reported on many occasions from around the world; a few examples are noted below.

  • Sighting from September 1941 in the Indian Ocean was similar to some later foo fighter reports. From the deck of the S.S. Pułaski (aPolish merchant vessel transporting British troops), two sailors reported a "strange globe glowing with greenish light, about half the size of the full moon as it appears to us." They alerted a British officer, who watched the movements of the object with them for over an hour.
  • Charles R. Bastien of the US Eighth Air Force reported one of the first encounters with foo fighters over theBelgium/Netherlands area; he described them as "two fog lights flying at high rates of speed that could change direction rapidly". During debriefing, his intelligence officer told him that two RAF nightfighters had reported the same thing, and it was later reported in British newspapers.
  • Career U.S. Air Force pilot Duane Adams often related that he had witnessed two occurrences of a bright light which paced his aircraft for about half an hour and then rapidly ascended into the sky. Both incidents occurred at night, both over the South Pacific, and both were witnessed by the entire aircraft crew. The first sighting occurred shortly after the end of World War II while Adams piloted aB-25 bomber. The second sighting occurred in the early 1960s when Adams was piloting aKC-135 tanker.
  • Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) pilots spotted a “foo fighter” in the skies of Karachi during a domestic flight PK-304 on Saturday, 26 January 2021 in daylight. According to details, the PIA aircraft was flying at 35,000 feet when the flight captain noticed a white round object above the jet. The flight crew immediately started filming the object and after landing found that similar sightings had been reported in the past across the world. The flight captain said that the round object had a metal ring around it and was emitting white light from the center. He added that it was difficult to determine whether the object was hovering or moving slowly due to relative motion.


What we do know is that the Nazi’s had Think Tanks, and INCREDIBLY SERIOUS PEOPLE researching aliens and the occult.

The Ahnenerbe was a German think tank in Nazi Germany between 1935 and 1945. This think tank, more than anything else, studied Archeology and the Occult.  The think tank was founded on the Nazi belief that Aryans descended from Ancient People that were superior, some held the notion that they were even gods.  Using this as a thesis, all work done by Ahnenerbe was to support the Pursuit of Historical *(albeit flawed to begin with) proof of Ayran superiority with historical contexts.

The Hunt for Sorcerers

The Nazi’s searched far and wide for experts in the Dark Arts.  
From Wikipedia we find the most notable was: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahnenerbe 


In 1935, Himmler contacted a Finnish nobleman and author,Yrjö von Grönhagen, after seeing one of his articles about theKalevala folklore in a Frankfurt newspaper. Grönhagen agreed to lead an expedition through theKarelia region ofFinland to record pagansorcerers andwitches. Because there was uncertainty about whether the Karelians would allow photography, the Finnish illustrator Ola Forsell also accompanied the team. MusicologistFritz Bose brought along amagnetophon, hoping to record pagan chants.

The team departed on their expedition in June 1936. Their first success was with a traditional singer,Timo Lipitsä, who knew a song closely resembling one in theKalevala, although he was unaware of the book. Later, inTolvajärvi, the team photographed and recorded Hannes Vornanen playing a traditional Finnishkantele.

One of the team's final successes was in finding Miron-Aku, asoothsayer believed to be a witch by locals. Upon meeting the group, she claimed to have foreseen their arrival. The team persuaded her to perform a ritual for the camera and tape recorder in which she summoned the spirits of ancestors and "divine future events." The team also recorded information onFinnish saunas.

In Popular Culture

Much misinformation about the Ahnenerbe has circulated, due in part to adaptations of the group in fiction, and historically dubiousconspiracy theories that sometimes confuse the Ahnenerbe with the roughly contemporaneousThule Society, or the historically unverifiedVril society.

The Ahnenerbe formed the basis for the depiction in theIndiana Jones franchise of Nazis searching for religious artifacts.

The Ahnenerbe is frequently referenced inThe Laundry series of novels byCharles Stross.

The Tibetan expedition is alluded to in theChoose Your Own Adventure book,The Secret Treasure of Tibet, in which one character, who was in Tibet during World War II, mentions encountering Germans who were looking forSiling-La, a location in Tibet with mystical properties.

InWolfenstein, there is a fictionalized in-game version of the Ahnenerbe called the SS Paranormal Division.

InCall of Duty: WWII's Nazi Zombies mode, the Ahnenerbe is featured as the primary antagonist, and Heinrich Himmler is mentioned during a conversation between the main characters.

In Season 3 ofAmazon's TV dramaThe Man in the High Castle, an Ahnenerbe Institute is seen in Nazi-occupiedNew York City.

In Season 6 of theMTV teen dramaTeen Wolf, the Ahnenerbe is featured in flashbacks to theSecond World War.

In the 2015 filmSoldiers of the Damned, a group of German soldiers is ordered to escort a female Ahnenerbe scientist into a Romanian forest behind enemy lines during the Second World War to retrieve a mysterious artifact that would enable communication with Aryan god-men to help win the war.

In the 2009 video gameUncharted 2: Among Thieves, a number of deceased Ahnenerbe troops are found inTibet, having sought the legendary city ofShambhala to acquire theCintamani.

In the 2019 filmLupin III: The First, the villains of the film are former members of Ahnenerbe, who are seeking to use an ancient energy source called The Eclipse as an attempt to revive The Third Reich in the 1960s.

UFO’s, the 1950’s and the CIA

Check out this 1953 report:


And Just two months ago Pakastani Pilots filmed a ‘Foo Fighter:' 


Given the aforementioned information, we firmly believe that the Nazi’s found alien technology and/or Occult Wisdom (Magick), that allowed them to produce and use craft and weapons that the world may never see again.

What do you think?

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