In lieu of NASA’s recent report of “the strongest evidence yet” that liquid water exists on Mars, many people are indulging concepts of extraterrestrial life with rejuvenated argument, but something a great deal of alternative information individuals seem to be constantly reminding others of is the shady and fairly ominous beginnings of NASA, dating back to the infamous Project Paperclip. Some are taking it as far as to say that NASA is the Americanized continuation of Nazi space research. These are some pretty bold claims, claims that would not only portray the minds at the helm of the administration during its inception in a seriously poor light, but also cast an equally poor light on the legacy of NASA as a whole. This would include everything that they’ve recently released as well as their most recent finding of the proclaimed “strongest evidence.” The Moon Landing Conspiracy is a microcosm in and of itself within this theme, and while it seems more likely that the U.S. government probably did go the moon, and did a Hollywood rendition of the events to show to the people. In today’s disinformation gamut it’s hard to be completely sure of anything anymore. However, if what the Nazis were able to produce with Wernher von Braun and the like is any consolation to the matter, it seems like by 1969 it wouldn’t be too far of a stretch to say that these intensely genius individuals were able to hatch a plan to get man off the planet, albeit for a limited amounted of time.
Immediately, this is stepping into some pretty murky and convoluted territory, so let’s hash out the facts. Through Project Paperclip, NASA picked up 127 “free agent” German rocket scientists, also dubbed the Von Braun Group, the majority of whom had come from Peenemünde Nazi Army Research Center where the V-2 Rocket was first developed, and where a lot of radical and experimental technology was being developed. It is also know that Jack Parsons, the mind behind JPL (Jet Propulsion Labs) which eventually developed into NASA, was a known practitioner of the “occult sex magic” called Thelema. Through these occult ties, Parsons had close friendships with both L. Ron Hubbard and Aleister Crowley himself. This is described in great detail in John Carter’s novel, Sex and Rockets: The Occult World of Jack Parsons, and although largely unknown, it is quite undeniable.
So this is where the “No-Nonsense” type readers are going to get lost, because a couple of axioms have to be agreed upon here in order to continue. Firstly, for quite some time it has been speculated that Nazi rocket scientists, coinciding with Hitler’s deep enjoyment for occult tradition, were contacting extra-dimensional entities (also what could be called extra-terrestrial entities) through their sciences and technology, which were largely founded upon ancient esoteric knowledge. Regardless of whether or not the Nazis were indeed able to contact anything off this planet, it can be said they did at least believe that they were able to, with Von Braun and others having been quoted on their work at Peenemünde quite ambiguously and elusively. Many forward-thinking, philosophical individuals have proposed that the Nazis somehow were able to loosen some of the time-space rigidity through contact with these entities, and that this action began the Modern Era wave of global UFO activity in the 1940’s, Roswell being the landmark beginning of this era, especially for Americans. However likely this theory is, it is incredibly curious that the Modern Era UFO did in fact come directly after the heaviest of the Nazi research.
In mention of Roswell and its happenstantial connection to Nazi rocket scientists, it’s also something worth noting that the connection is a bit more literal as well. In Robert Trundle’s novel, Is ET Here? he discusses Clark C. McClelland’s encounters with a variety of scientists from the Von Braun Group, including Werhner himself. The book goes on to recount a discussion between the two men about Roswell, where Von Braun tells him that he was one of the authorities called down to investigate the crash site, and makes a couples notes of the object, saying that the craft looked non-metal, and much more “biological.” Obviously, this was well after Von Braun’s integration into American politics, which ultimately helps raise the initial proposed questions even higher. The angles and concepts that have been tossed up in this article would take a novel’s worth of research and writing to fully explore and conclude, which leaves the attentive members of the public with some pretty bizarre, open-ended questions. What’s up with the heavy Nazi carry-over into NASA? What’s up with the inception of NASA, JPL, and its founder Jack Parsons having ties to occult sex ritualism, Aleister Crowley, and even L. Ron Hubbard? Furthermore, should anyone be looking into the fact that some of those Nazi scientists are speculated to be at the helm of America’s UFO Cover-Up Era? This leads to a variety of almost innumerable theories, the lowest caliber of which being a pre-meditated cultural ET cover-up, and the largest being a privatization of the Gods, in an allegorical sense. Yet in the sense that ETs could explain possible ancient gods, it seems that Planet Earth as a whole could currently be represented solely be occult elitists. However, this is admitted speculation and should not be taken as the driving point of this article.
In the end, as always, the ultimate point is not a, “Here-is-the-Answer” kind of moment, but instead an opportunity for readers to educate themselves and form their own conclusions, because the People are realistically the only ones who are going to be able to find these answers. While it is indeed quite interesting that NASA has practically admitted liquid water on Mars, many can’t help but think what they might be eluding to in the grand scheme. After all, Dr. Steven Greer, Dr. Alfred Webre, and others involved in this generation’s wave of the UFO Disclosure movement are quite esteemed, thoroughly documented, and incredibly intriguing, which begs the question: With the buildup to water for possible life, is the ET announcement on Mars—and elsewhere—just around the corner?