And he said to the two deputies ‘I find the
plan fascinating. Yes, we Germans will bring about a whole new science.’" (4)
Hitler wanted Schauberger to supervise the building of a
new flying craft that could levitate without burning any fuel. This idea for
this new craft was based upon a discovery made by Schauberger a few years before
of how to develop a low-pressure zone at the atomic level. The scientist claimed
to have achieved this in a laboratory setting when his prototype whirled air or
water ‘radically and axially’ at a falling temperature. Schauberger named this
resulting force as ‘diamagnetic levitation power’ and noted that nature already
used this direct or ‘reactionary’ suction force in weather generation, solar
fusion stability etc.
Schauberger was given a team of scientists to help him with his
work, and he insisted that these be treated as free men rather than prisoners of
the Nazis. During their work, however, their research headquarters was bombed
and they were all transferred to Leonstein. There they perfected the ‘flying
disc’ powered by Schauberger’s turbine which rotated air into a twisting type of
oscillation resulting in the build-up of immense power causing levitation. Schauberger’s prototype was then developed into a vehicle known as the
Belluzzo-Schriever-Miethe Diskus, a machine built up to 22ft in diameter. These
craft travelled at over 2000 km/hr and were planned to go over 4,000 km/hr.
By 1945 they could reach 1300 mph and gain an altitude of 40,000 feet in
less than three minutes. The craft was also noted to glow blue-green as it
rose and left a silvery glow.
The Munich publication, ‘Da Neue Zeitalter’ wrote in
1956 "Viktor Schauberger was the inventor and discoverer of the new motive
power, implosion, which, with the use of only air and water, generated light,
heat and motion." The publication reported that the first unmanned flying disc,
what to an observer would have appeared to be Nazi UFOs, was tested in 1945 near Prague, that it could hover motionless in the air and
could fly as fast backwards as forwards. It was also reported to have a diameter
of 50 meters.
Other evidence in support of this event had appeared earlier in an
interview given on 18th November 1954 to the Zurich-based ‘Tages
Anzeiger’. One George Klein stated that he had witnessed
Nazi UFOs flying saucer
test on 14th February 1945 and that the craft had reached a height of 30,000
foot in three minutes and could travel at hundreds of miles an hour.
In this interview, Klein gave further information regarding
developments behind the disks, claiming that some of the work had taken place at
Peenemunde, where the V-2 rocket was being developed and where Wernher von Braun
was director. Klein also stated that the stability of the craft had been
achieved by using a gyroscope; the same method used by the Von Braun-Dornberger
team. The research then moved to the Mittlewerke underground facilities near
Nordhausen in the Harz Mountains.
The ‘Bible’ of the story of the development of the Atomic bomb,
‘Brighter than a Thousand Suns’, also confirms these events: "The first
of these flying saucers, as they were later called – circular in shape, with a
diameter of some 45 yards – were built by the specialists Schriever, Habermohl
and Miethe. They were first airborne on February 14th 1945, over
Prague and reached in three minutes a height of nearly eight miles. They had a
speed of 1250mph which was doubled in subsequent tests." (5)
That these events occurred is also supported by former CIA
agent Virgil Armstrong who commented "We know that in the early parts of the war
there were certain factions of the Allied forces that did not believe he had a
secret weapon and it wasn’t until the Americans made much emphasis of this that
they began to look at it seriously and indeed did discover that Hitler not only
had a secret weapon, he had what we would call today a UFO or spacecraft."
"He had one already off of
the drawing board and flying and it was capable of 1200 miles an hour. Vertical
take-off, 90° changes, much like a helicopter, and of course was far superior to
anything the Allies powers had at that time.
Secondly they knew he had another craft about to be up and going it was capable
of doing 2500 miles per hours, which was double the original. Not only did it
have the characteristics of the original craft, but it also had a laser weapon
aboard it which capable of penetrating four inches of armour.
Needless to say that really spooked the allied forces into making a redemptive
attempt against him and bringing him … into a state of capitulation." (6)
Bulgarian Physicist Vladimir Terziski also wrote the following
about these Nazi UFOs. "According to Renato Vesco … Germany was sharing a
great deal of the advances in weaponry with their allies the Italians during the