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Is it possible that German rocket scientist Wernher von Braun was given access to alien propulsion technology while working for the Nazi regime?

According to Dr. Raymond A. Keller PhD, in his book Final Countdown: Rockets to Venus, a young beautiful woman named Maria Orsic came forward and wanted to help the Nazis in building flying saucers. She said that she could communicate with extraterrestrials.

Later, she founded her own society known as “The Vril” after she supposedly communicated with aliens who had lived during the time of Sumerians. These beings left Earth and went to the Aldebaran solar system.

https://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/2022/01/alien-propulsion-technology-did-wernher.html

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  • The title was changed to Was rocket scientist Wernher von Braun given access to alien technology?
 

At a very young age, he was so obsessed with outer space that once he said he would go to the Moon as well Mars which he indeed did, half a century later. He built the most powerful Saturn V engine that enabled humanity to reach the moon.

:lol:  Did he really go to the moon and Mars?   

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12 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

She said that she could communicate with extraterrestrials

Considering what the Nazis did, it's more likely she was communicating with Demons.

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1 hour ago, Eldorado said:

 These beings left Earth and went to the Aldebaran solar system.

And come back again at Roswell, but crashed. :unsure2:

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crazy stuff, man. nothing is ever simple and straight forward, is it.

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No he got his skills legitimately he was a Nazi they stole the technology. From where who knows. But he got to live the good life for his efforts working for Uncle Sam. He should have been gassed 

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5 hours ago, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

crazy stuff, man. nothing is ever simple and straight forward, is it.

More like, we live in an age when crazy sells because too many people managed to miss being educated during their "education" :(   As for our tech having extraterrestrial origins, Roswell has made that theory popular for years.  

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21 minutes ago, Freez1 said:

No he got his skills legitimately he was a Nazi they stole the technology. From where who knows. But he got to live the good life for his efforts working for Uncle Sam. He should have been gassed 

If we had executed every scientist that worked for the Nazi regime, we'd have been killing thousands who never picked up a weapon.  It doesn't relieve him of the guilt for the dead Brits that his V-weapons killed, but the truth is the guy had no particular love of Hitler and his minions.  If he was amoral, it was in service of scientific research that he had made his life's ambition to follow.  Frankly, I'm just glad he escaped the Russians...

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2 hours ago, Freez1 said:

No he got his skills legitimately he was a Nazi they stole the technology. From where who knows. But he got to live the good life for his efforts working for Uncle Sam. He should have been gassed 

You Sir are a complete and utter fool!:no:

Oh and by the way, I think you should put your head between your legs and gas yourself!:yes:

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12 hours ago, and then said:

If we had executed every scientist that worked for the Nazi regime, we'd have been killing thousands who never picked up a weapon.  It doesn't relieve him of the guilt for the dead Brits that his V-weapons killed, but the truth is the guy had no particular love of Hitler and his minions.  If he was amoral, it was in service of scientific research that he had made his life's ambition to follow.  Frankly, I'm just glad he escaped the Russians...

Don't worry, the Russians got more scientists than the US did, it's just that the West never ever heard from them again. The Russian got their ICBMs too, 
and better than the US version (IMO)

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22 hours ago, Eldorado said:

Is it possible that German rocket scientist Wernher von Braun was given access to alien propulsion technology while working for the Nazi regime?

alien rocket tech? if this is all he could get from aliens then how the hell did they get 'here' ?

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6 hours ago, Dejarma said:

alien rocket tech? if this is all he could get from aliens then how the hell did they get 'here' ?

You know to much.  The Men In Plaid (or whatever) are surely on their way.

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6 hours ago, Golden Duck said:

You know to much.  The Men In Plaid (or whatever) are surely on their way.

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I was reading a novel set in late Belle Epoch France where the Shadow Directory (think MiB but with more baguettes) had as assets sent out to intimidate or eliminate threats “the men in plaid”….

 

 

 

 

 

…. They also had “The four kindly spinsters” who utterly terrified people. 

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Well clearly the aliens either gave him incorrect instructions or Von Brownies was a moron, the amount of failed tests was staggering. 

Or he was a just a scientist developing rockets.

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On 1/11/2022 at 4:07 PM, and then said:

If we had executed every scientist that worked for the Nazi regime, we'd have been killing thousands who never picked up a weapon.  It doesn't relieve him of the guilt for the dead Brits that his V-weapons killed, but the truth is the guy had no particular love of Hitler and his minions.  If he was amoral, it was in service of scientific research that he had made his life's ambition to follow.  Frankly, I'm just glad he escaped the Russians...

I’d have kept him, used him and once he was no longer useful put in a phone call from those nice fellows from Mossad. 

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On 1/11/2022 at 1:07 AM, and then said:

If we had executed every scientist that worked for the Nazi regime, we'd have been killing thousands who never picked up a weapon.  It doesn't relieve him of the guilt for the dead Brits that his V-weapons killed, but the truth is the guy had no particular love of Hitler and his minions.  If he was amoral, it was in service of scientific research that he had made his life's ambition to follow.  Frankly, I'm just glad he escaped the Russians...

I read a bit about the cat i believe he didnt much care about the politics of who he worked for he just liked his work that and chasing women.

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Interestingly this book Final Countdown: Rockets to Venus has 0 ratings on goodreads.

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This idea that alien technology has been reverse engineered is fairly inane. The problem is that there has been a slow and steady increase in technological improvements. If there had been a sudden jump in technology it should be easy to point out. Instead it has been a slow incremental change.

Would aliens have used reed switches?

Would aliens have used vacuum tubes to built computers?

Would aliens have used rotary switches in their telephony systems?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotary_system

Would aliens have used punch cards, floppy disks, and SLT to build systems?

People that think alien technology to develop the modern world are completely out of touch with the history of technology.

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On 1/11/2022 at 6:43 AM, Freez1 said:

No he got his skills legitimately he was a Nazi they stole the technology. From where who knows. But he got to live the good life for his efforts working for Uncle Sam.  

He wasnt a convinced nazi, he used the nazis to reach his targets. He would had used a communists regime, the Vatikan, the vegan revolution or any other board who had have power. He was driven by the search for success regardless of moral considerations and values.

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He should have been gassed

Strange comment.

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