“[This] is the true significance of the swastika, seen world-wide, from the Far East to the Far West, which is intrinsically the “sign of the Pole.” It was supposed to defeat and replace the cross, just as neo-paganism would defeat and replace Christianity.’ — David Livingstone, “Black Terror, White Soldiers,” page 276.
The Youtube slideshow that accompanies this broadcast is now available as of Oct. 19, 2017:
In the previous sixth episode of this Antarctica series, I presented a timeline of events related to the interest in, and exploration of, our most southern continent. Antarctica is an odd magnet that attracts both scientific study as well as fiercely devoted esoteric belief. In this episode, let’s take a look at how an undying faith in the long-denied heritage of an elite race of superhumans headquartered in Antarctica persisted long after World War II and is still going strong today. Near the end of this chapter we’ll also touch on the physical evidence picked up by Antarctica’s international science stations that indicated that the Nazi connection to the South Pole is being closely monitored.
Miguel Serrano, Hitler’s Cheerleader
One of the leading figures of the post-war “Esoteric Hitlerism” doctrine is Miguel Serrano. This man died barely eight years ago but his influence and books are very much alive today. Serrano served as Chile’s ambassador to India and to several other countries during the Cold War era. In fact, all of the countries that he served in the diplomatic field have connections to these Aryan legends that connect the dots between the Germanic peoples and their ancestral migrations through central Asia and Tibet.
In the book, “Arktos: The Polar Myth in Science, Symbolism, and Nazi Survival,” author Joscelyn Godwin writes a very comprehensive summary of Serrano’s role in the propagation of the idea that the technocratic heritage of the Aryan race is bound up with the ancient race of Nordic Supermen or what Bible readers would interpret as “Nephilim” or Fallen Angels. That book is available in printed form here.
“Serrano is a major figure, which makes it all the more important to know what really lies behind his polished and poetic work,” says Godwin. The translated title of Serrano’s book, published as recently as 1984, is “Adolf Hitler, the Last Avatar.” He was born in Chile in 1917 and was a firm believer in the “Hitler Survived” meme. Serrano maintained that Hitler escaped Berlin and assumed an existence away from the public eye in an underground base in Antarctica. From his headquarters in the land of the South Pole, Hitler switched gears from directing an “exoteric” war to an “esoteric” one.
Serrano’s version of the Aryan history traces its roots to “beings who arrived on earth from outside the galaxy and founded the First Hyperborea” in the extreme northern hemisphere, the Arctic regions. Supposedly, this land of Hyperborea (aka Thule) existed outside the rulership of the so-called Minor God, or Demiurge, an evil, lesser god promoted by the Semitic peoples in their Old Testament and known as Yahweh (or Jehovah, in its Anglicized transliteration.) Serrano put forward the idea that worshipers of Yahweh have tried to erase the racial memory of the pre-diluvian “white gods.” This, the argument goes, is the great, unforgivable, 6,000-year-old conspiracy against the Aryans and their Germanic descendants.
The story goes that the people of Hyperborea commanded a form of free energy called Vril. This energy flowed like a green light in their veins. That’s why it was imperative to keep their bloodline pure and free of Semitic contamination. It was incumbent upon them to avoid interracial marriage so that they could maintain the flow of that energy-light that coursed through their bodies.
However, some of these Hyperboreans succumbed to temptation and did marry the daughters of the lesser race of humans, a story mirrored in the familiar Bible tale. Then came the terrestrial calamity of an earthwide flood that resulted from a pole shift triggered by an unhappy encounter between Earth and a comet. Serrano claims that survivors of the deluge scattered wherever they could. Supposedly some of the pure-bred Vril people made it to Antarctica and learned how to survive in caverns where they had access to fresh water and shelter in the harsh climate. Others migrated towards the Himalayas and Tibet. From there the races of humankind with whom we are most familiar picked up the threads of their lives. Depending on whose version of the tale you’re reading, these spiritual centers in Tibet and Antarctica became associated with the mystical city-names of “Agartha” and “Shambhala.”
That is the root of the Nazi rampage against Jewry: the belief that the tribes of Jacob began dominating the world under the guidance of an Old Testament god who was a cruel bully, or “Demiurge.” The world would be better off without them and would, one day, be conquered by a revitalized human-hybrid super force. Oddly enough, the Nazis did not invent this belief. The idea of the God of the Bible being regarded as an evil Demiurge began gaining traction as far back as the year 100 A.D. The Christian disciple Marcion, who very likely enjoyed the acquaintance of the Apostle John himself, could not reconcile the “god of war” in the Old Testament with the “god of love” being preached by Christians. He began promoting the idea that the Old Testament God and the New Testament God must therefore be different beings. Many people agreed with him, followed his teachings, and came to be known as Marcionites.
Restoring Their Heritage in 2029
Eventually Marcion was kicked out of the Christian congregation at a time when multiple apostasies began growing like weeds until the body of early Christian teachings was nearly unrecognizable by the latter half of the 4th century A.D. In fact, the aged Apostle John may have had Marcion in mind when he penned his words now found at 2 John verse 7, his warning about the “deceivers,” the composite Antichrist, that had already arrived who denied Christ as having been fully born as a human — another belief that Marcion held to. Many, if not all, of these late-Christian apostate doctrines were outgrowths of earlier ideas that had been spread by Plato and other Greek philosophers only 400 years before the birth of Marcion, including this idea that Yahweh was an “evil Demiurge.”
Where did Plato get his ideas? Plato’s rise as a philosopher was financed and promoted by that same group of Babylonian-Judean temple banksters of whom I have written so often outside of this Antarctica series. This is the Great Dot that intersects these modern Antarctica mysteries with the ancient path of mankind’s misery in old Babylon, that compulsion by elite societies to re-connect with the mighty superheroes of an advanced civilization that preceded the Global Deluge. (I will be returning to that Plato narrative in future blogs.)
In fact, the author of the previously mentioned book “Arktos” acknowledges an unexpected alliance between post-war Nazis and falsely-called “Jews” on pages 128 and 129. (Actually, there was a pre-war alliance as well. I have written about this connection to the Sabbateans, linked here.) A new generation rising from the Nazi Diaspora began to see that it was to their mutual advantage to join forces if they would finally achieve their goal of restoring Super Humanity. He writes:
“In Jean Robin’s book Operation Orth (1989), Hitler died in 1953 and his body is enshrined and visible in a hexagonal casket — side by side with that of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews. This dual presence poses no problem to the many Jews who belong to the Black Order: they blame their fellows for their “refusal to collaborate” with the evolutionary process…. In the context of Guenonian attitudes, which are nothing if not respectful of the Jewish people and their tradition, there is nothing to be said, unless it be that Robin actually accepts his friend’s account, and is warning us of the Counter-initiation’s final obscenity.”
If all of that isn’t hard enough to swallow, another data point has popped up among the Transhumanist movement and Ray Kurzweil’s coming “Singularity” as an unexpected coincidence with something that was penned way back in 1922 by Polish author, Ferdynand Ossendowski, in his book “Beasts, Men, and Gods”.
Researcher Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke quoted the statement shown below in his own book “Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity” (published 2002) on page 112:
“After the First World War, the Polish adventure and travel writer Ferdynand Ossendowski presented a further version of the myth of Agartha. In an account of his journey through Siberia and Mongolia after the Russian Revolution, Ossendowski related local Buddhist beliefs, which referred to the subterranean kingdom of “Agharti,” where the King of the World reigned. This utopian realm was credited with supernatural powers that could be unleashed to destroy an evil mankind and transform the surface of the entire planet.
Apocalyptic prophecies suggested that the King of the World would manifest when the time had come for him to lead all the good people of the world against the bad. However, in 1890 the King of the World was said to have appeared at Narabanchi monastery and foretold a forthcoming period of war, hunger, disease and dreadful crimes, at the end of which he would send a people, now unknown, to lead men in the fight against evil, who would found “a new life on the earth purified by the death of nations.”
Finally, in the year 2029 the peoples of Agharti would swarm forth from their subterranean caverns onto the surface of the earth. The French esotericist René Guénon (1886–1951) was intrigued by Ossendowski’s account and later published his own book on the spiritual center of the world as Le roi du monde (1927).”
If that year “2029” sounds instantly familiar to regular readers of Rogue Money, it’s because that date popped up in an unrehearsed statement made by Ray Kurzweil when answering the question on whether Computers and Artificial Intelligence have now attained consciousness, as reported in my previous blog “Gaming the War Gamers” [linked here]:
“I have predicted that it will happen by 2029…. And if we don’t accept it, they’ll get mad at us and they’ll be very smart so we won’t want that to happen.”
I found it strange that Kurzweil singled out the year “2029” here because he usually speaks about the year “2030,” or beyond, whenever he is asked about the coming “Singularity,” that transcendence of man towards reaching a state of pure deification rooted firmly in cool machine logic. So let that little data point from two men looking forward to the year 2029 simmer on the back burner of your mind as we keep pondering the question, “Exactly WHAT is going on down there under the ice?”
Regarding the testimony that a post-war Nazi Diaspora did continue operating in South America and Antarctica, Miguel Serrano had the opportunity to meet a former SS member who became a fictional writer himself by the name of Wilhelm Landig. Mr. Landig’s interviews and ideas kept the beliefs about the Aryan Super Race alive and even ignited new clubs devoted to their perpetuation.
Wilhelm Landig and the Black Sun
Mr. Landig died only 20 years ago in 1997. Some of his interviews are still available on Youtube, like the one shown below. This video is spoken entirely in German by Landig and his host Jan van Helsing. Landig had quite a bit to say about the post-war Nazi revival in Antarctica.
I have not determined the precise recording date of this interview but I surmise that it was produced sometime between 1985 and 1995. My transcription below is very paraphrased because the translation that follows is in very rough English. But you can follow along well enough. It is insanely interesting. On page 8 of the PDF transcript [linked here], the host, Jan van Helsing, asks:
“Where did the Germans go after the war? Who has survived abroad?”
Landig answers: “This is a delicate issue. Prominent bigwigs of the 3rd Reich. Nazi party officials were given bank passwords but some of these people disappeared. Some of this money, billions of dollars, still sit today in Switzerland but nobody has the password. Around the turn of the century [so after 2001], those Swiss bank accounts will probably fall into the hands of the Swiss government.”
“Another big chunk of the Nazi party money got taken away by the bigwigs and they lived by it or are still living by it. But it was different with us members of the SS. Our task was the preservation of Nazi technology, the maintenance of the Antarctic base and the safekeeping of the flying disks and the secret weapons. Nowadays the remaining [UFO] disks are rotting away in the Andes Mountains because there is no material with which to make repairs, no spare parts, and no money for this either.“
If it can all be believed, Landig offers some fascinating insights into the politics of the Nazi Party, both before, and after, the war. Near the end of page 10 he describes the Antarctic base with a bit more detail:
“The base was located in New Swabia and was set up during the 1937 expedition. It was located in the proximity of the Schirrmacher lakes, which are warm hot springs. There one could not build glasshouses with vegetable etc. and that was where everything was planned. We brought over 3,000 people and supplies. But it arose then that the people became perfectly sterile (or, lost their immunity to disease), as a result of the climate, everything bacterium-free; and if they came out then from the area, a simple cold was deadly. Gradually the personnel was moved to South America and the base was closed.”
Host: “What about Admiral Byrd, was he there?”
Landig: “Well, Byrd’s expedition was repelled nevertheless. There was then still another second attack, in the year ’54 or ’56. That was a so-called geophysical year. They (Americans) ignited an atom bomb in high altitude, above the Antarctic, aimed allegedly as a test. In reality, however, it was aimed at the base. And it could be repelled with German technology.“
Wilhelm Landig wrote several “fictional” books. I say that with air quotes — wink, wink — because this was his device to tell his chronicle of the whole Nazi Mythos couched within a fanciful, fictional narrative. Landig’s revival of the Aryan Thule legends drew quite a following from among both his generation and the one to follow. Their society was known variously as the “Landig Circle,” “Vienna Group,” or “Vienna Lodge”. After Landig’s death, the group morphed into the “Causa Nostra” whose website can be visited here at www.causa-nostra.com. But other groups are peppered all over the social media landscape as well.
By the way, for those readers who are familiar with Rogue Money’s deep intel source Mr. “W.” and his frequent explanations about how codes and numerology are in constant use by the cabalists in their war against mankind, Mr. Landig confirmed the significance of the number 11 when he said: “Everywhere the number of 11 played a role. – As if the Kabbalah is a factor here. – You see there is also a kind superstition amongst the (hostile) secret services. And: at least it points to the backers, that there are backers from among the Kabbalists.”
Corralling the New Swabia Base
Landig’s account of the American detonation of an atom bomb over Antarctica in the mid-1950’s has been whispered by many sources. We do know that “Operation Argus” was conducting nuclear weapons tests in the ocean near Antarctica between August and September 1958. So the idea that atomic testing was also done over Antarctica during Byrd’s final trip, “Operation Deep Freeze,” in 1956 is not far-fetched.
In fact, this obscure Australian newspaper story dated February 01, 1947, printed just weeks before Byrd’s earlier Operation Highjump would meet disaster, hints that plans were already on the table to use atom bombs in Antarctica to melt the ice sheet and start mining for resources. (So much for global warming!)
In 1959, the Antarctic Treaty banned any further “testing.” However, the “Vela incident” of 1979 may indicate that “somebody” reneged on their promise. I would be remiss not to mention that, besides serving as an ambassador on behalf of Chile to India, Miguel Serrano, Hitler’s cheerleader, was Chile’s representative to the International Atomic Energy Commission and United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNUDI).
Then, only two years after 9/11 (which has its own post-war Nazi connections, linked here), some abnormal seismograph readings began hinting that “bunker buster bombs” were attacking the Nazi polar base in the year 2003.
In his book “Roswell and the Reich,” Joseph P. Farrell brings this event to our attention beginning on page 512. He refers to the earlier research published by Henry Stevens in his own book “Hitler’s Suppressed and Still-Secret Weapons, Science, and Technology.” Farrell kindly reprints some of Stevens’ seismograms in his “Roswell” book. It is to these graphs (which unfortunately I could not reproduce well enough to insert them within this blog) that Farrell makes the following references:
“These readings were taken from the American station at the Amundsen South Pole station, whose seismometers are located in such a fashion that they are ‘surrounding the old German area called Neuschwabenland.’ The first graph is that of a typical ‘all quiet on the Antarctic front’ sort of a day….
But then there appears to be, according to Stevens, highly anomalous, i.e., not naturally-caused, standing long-wave activity, when the needles are all over the chart in what is definitely not an earthquake, nor, for that matter, an explosion of any sort.
As if that were not enough, then there are signatures both of these standing long waves, and of small, sharp anomalies that would be typical of the seismic signatures of nuclear detonations.
Stevens cites the research of German seismic researcher Christian Saal, who ‘interprets this to be an American attack on Neuschwabenland using the new boring atomic weapon announced at the time of the Iraq invasion.’ Moreover, adding credence to this idea, the date on the first seismograph at the top here is 03/20/03, ‘the very day the United States began its massive bombardment of Baghdad.’ Saal maintains that while the world’s attention was diverted to Iraq, the U.S.A. used ‘bunker-busting’ atom bombs to attack the Nazi base.’
The defense, according to Saal, apparently held, because there was a second such ‘attack’ launched, as is ‘demonstrated’ by the second seismogram.”
On the final page of his book “Roswell and the Reich,” Farrell muses that there might be, after all, a kernel of truth in the old mythologies of the Last Nazi Battalion, Antarctica, and secret saucer bases.
In the next episode of this series, we’ll talk about the interview that Linda Moulton Howe revealed just last year that she conducted with a naval engineer who was warned not to speak about the rescue operation over the Antarctic no-fly zone in which he was a participant.
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