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.