From: Andrew Johnson
Date: 2010-11-18 10:48:14
Odd to see this in the telegraph – particularly in relation to a Finnish spoof film, made by enthusiasts (I recently watched their previous work “Star Wreck” – a Star Trek / Babylon 5 spoof done with no budget but using lots of CGI) From: Kathy Roberts [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: 18 November 2010 06:48To: Undisclosed-Recipient: ;@smtp101.sbc.mail.ne1.yahoo.comSubject: Nazi Spaceship Film Sparks UFO Debate–Vid TRAILER AT LINK www.telegraph.co.uk/… Nazi spaceship film sparks UFO debate A new sci-fi film about Nazis has reignited a debate in Germany about Hitler’s development of UFOs. By Allan Hall in Berlin 1:05PM GMT 17 Nov 2010 The Finnish sci-fi comedy ‘Iron Sky’ centres on real-life SS officer Hans Kammler who was said to have made a significant breakthrough in antigravity experiments towards the end of WW2. The film relates how, from a secret base built in the Antarctic, the first Nazi spaceships were launched in late 1945 to found the military base Schwarze Sonne – Black Sun – on the dark side of the Moon. This base was to to be used to build a powerful invasion fleet and return to take over the Earth once the time was right, in this case 2018. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ www.amazon.com/Black… The Black Sun: Montauk’s Nazi-Tibetan Connection An adventure in consciousness that reveals a vast array of new information. From the German flying saucer programme to the SS mission in Tibet, we are led on a path that gives us the most insightful look ever into the Third Reich and the holy relics they sought in their ultimate quest: the ark of the covenant and the holy grail. Going beyond the spear of destiny and other attempts to unlock the mysterious occultism of the Nazis, Peter Moon peers into the lab of the ancient alchemists and their white powered gold in order to explain the secret meaning behind the Egyptian and Tibetan ‘Books of the Dead’.