Ahnenerbe was Occult Office of the Third Reich Founded in 1935
The secrets of the archives of the German organization Ahnenerbe (Ancestral Heirlooms) are still unavailable to the public today. Why did their winning parties get out of hand after World War II? Do they contain something to protect humanity from? And what are the archives of Ahnenerbe – deep knowledge or praise of darkness?
What is Ahnenerbe?
At the Nuremberg trial, Ahnenerbe’s entire work was recognized as unlawful, and the Secretary-General of the organization, Wolfram Sievers, was shot dead. What kind of organization was that? What did she serve? And why the Soviet archives and the US Army have not yet published the archives?
We should ask those concerned. Ahnenerbe is an unprecedented example of the sum of the greatest achievements and achievements of humanity, ancient relics, artifacts, and hypotheses from humanity to neutron processes in our brain. Do the Nazis really discover and generalize the secrets from which their hair is raised on their heads? The secrets that are now under secrecy because their content must be hidden from humanity?
Initially, Ahnenerbe was a harmless organization designed to explore ancestral heritage. It was a kind of return to the German roots. Great importance was attached to the study of old literature, songs, poems and rune symbols. It is no coincidence that the Nazis were inspired by runes that represented a sacred meaning when creating the symbols for the Third Reich. At the same time, they were supposed to help the great German win the war against the whole world and at the same time prove the superiority of the Aryan race. However, the symbols themselves are not negative. On the contrary.
Swastika, for example, is a Slavic and Tibetan symbol of happiness and strength. An eternal wheel of life indicating a change in seasons, a law of constant change and movement. Incidentally, before the war, the Germans organized an expedition to Tibet. What were its goals and results – not known. But the main prophet of Tibet had already predicted that Tibet would be destroyed in 1940 and the German empire would also fall.
Probably the Germans did not believe him or did not want to believe it. They brought ancient manuscripts and a portion of Tibetan monks from Tibet, whose bodies were then found in SS uniforms in Hitler’s bunker. We can only guess how the monks got here and why they were destroyed.
Later, the organization grew and came under the protective wing of Heinrich Himmler – a lover of occultism who considered himself to be the reincarnation of King Henry. Hitler himself repeatedly made fun of this theory of Himmler’s origin. Anyway, the organization quickly got under the wing of the SS. It was provided with security, support and funding. For research in Ahnenerbe, Germany has spent more money than the US to build an atomic bomb. Obviously, it wasn’t spared when they spent such colossal means.
What did Ahnenerbe deal with?
Ahnenerbe chose a large building in the center of Berlin, near Himmler. The Institute began to work and was interested in everything: from the study of karst caves to the materialization of the human mind; from the physical properties of pectins to reading the future from the stars. Most important, however, was the promotion of the spread of the “right” – that is, the superior Aryan race on German territory.
As part of the Ahnenerbe structure, a military research institute and a military technical unit were established during the war. Here we worked to create a miraculous weapon that would change the course of the war. By the end of the war, the Germans had already successfully overtaken other countries in technical development. V-2 Ballistic Missiles, Best Submarines, Messerschmitt Fighters, Prepared Atomic Plan – Ahnenerbe’s all about it all. Fortunately, they didn’t make the atomic bomb in time. If their Americans did not overtake who knows whether you would read this article today.
They also created prison-type scientific units. They have placed scientists of Jewish origin here from concentration camps. So Ahnenerbe has achieved significant success in medicine and history. During the war, Ahnenerbe also participated in the looting of the largest libraries and museums in the occupied countries. It was enough if a scientist took Himmler’s attention – and he was marching into the country with a science-research center. Thus they created a grandiose scientific laboratory – counting more than 50 components from different areas of knowledge. In this way, they tried in all possible and impossible ways to prove the uniqueness and superiority of the German nation.
Otherwise, many German humanitarian scientists who, at the time of the war, did not find themselves in factories or plants for the production of military cars in Germany, were forced to offer their services to a rather dubious enterprise with an occult focus under the auspices of the SS. Philologists, philosophers, historians – they all ran here to save themselves from the front.
Finally, the technicians did not send the queues anymore because they needed them at home – in the background.
In fact, it was a rather heterogeneous scientific and pseudo-scientific institute, which at the same time included real scientists as well as correspondents and correspondents from various universities, ordinary charlatans, careerists and conformists, ready to do anything to climb the top leaders of Nazi power authorities. Therefore, in addition to serious research in the fields of physics, chemistry, history, medicine, and other disciplines, there has been a wealth of questionable content in the Ahnenerbe archives. For example, the Old German ceremony of initiation, the magical procession, the operation of the “night of love in the cemetery” to produce pure Aryan by pure Aryans.
However, many representatives of the Third Reich honestly believed it. They thought it was really necessary to go through the process of reincarnating the old German heroes. Even in the Black Skeleton newspaper, they published the addresses of the last rest of the dead with dirty – genetically unfavorable remains. Above all, there was a need for a ceremony of initiation – the conceit of a real Aryan. Today it seems to be a clear darkness, but then there really were people who believed in different superstitions.
The Ahnenerbe Institute was also directly involved in human experiments, chemical and bacteriological testing, as well as in medical research. These experiments were conducted in German death camps. Especially sad fame in this connection was the Dachau camp – the first concentration camp near Munich – where experiments were conducted for the Waffen SS. By the time Hitler was still trying to break into power, Dachau residents voted against him. The vengeful “dwarf” for punishment set up a death camp in Dachau, to constantly remind them of this fact of smoke from the furnaces in which they burned people.
The official demand for experiments in the camps did not even exist. But they were practicing them constantly. For example, in the Ravensbrüeck women’s camp, fascists studied women’s properties of purulent wounds and other illnesses they deliberately caused. They were doing experiments in pressure chambers, cryochamber, cancer drugs, open wounds, and disinfection. Some successes then came to print. For example, they reported that they found a cure for cancer. Young doctors, infected by Hitler’s racial theory, realized these experiments and believed they were making a breakthrough in science. However, they were finally sentenced to the Nuremberg trial.
A special place was occupied by experiments on the human brain. Based on scientific generalization, the Nazis attempted to understand and create universal mechanisms to control human behavior. It is quite possible that they have found ways to manipulate a wide range of people (so-called zombies). In fact, Hitler tried it on his own nation, which he believed unreservedly. This was the biggest breakthrough in the area of psycho-physical and ideological influence on people’s consciousness. Don’t think about the evil. But is it good enough to conceal the contents of Ahnenerbe’s archives from the public at the moment?
In the Ahnenerbe lair – at Wewelsburg Castle, to which the fate of the future center of the empire was predestined, secret rites were held to prepare for the arrival of man-god on the ground. This role seems to belong to Hitler.
Where did the archives go?
Where did these colossal knowledge, experiences, hypotheses and scientific research disappear? Did they really disappear without a trace?
In 1945, in a time of heavy fighting in Lower Silesia, the Red Army managed to occupy the ancient Altan Castle. Here was a huge amount of complicated content papers. These were also part of the Ahnenerbe archive. It was in a way a concentrate of instructions and technologies – how to get to power and manipulate people. 25 railway wagons were only filled with these documents. Subsequently, they went to a special archive of the USSR.
Speeches began to spread that Stalin builds a special building for the German archives. And getting inside was just a way underground. A vast archive including notes from a Tibetan expedition, photographs of strange flying objects, some maps related to places visited by extraterrestrial civilizations, copies of German folklore with a “top secret” stamp. Nobody knows where this archive is today. Either it is carefully protected or destroyed. Anyway, the public does not have access to it. Maybe because some part of it is very topical today and has a connection with the current situation. But it may be that it does not represent any special value, only a set of darker theories, conjectures, and unconscious hypotheses. Nobody can answer this question exactly.
It is believed that many of the documents could be exported to the base of the Antarctic, where they searched for the remnants of Atlantis, considering themselves as descendants of the Atlanteans. Several German scientists have also tried to sell the archives of Ahnenerbe after the war. And partly they did. This is evidenced by the available information. The Nazi researchers and collectors of scientific knowledge from all over the world, who had adopted foreign knowledge and tried to use them for their selfish purposes, did not end up in the Nuremberg process. They saved a life and a comfortable existence somewhere in America or in the USSR and gradually dying with natural death took with them secret knowledge…