Initiates of both the Thule and Vril secret societies were determined to develop an 'alternative science' and 'alternative technologies' based on principles possessed by the great 'lost' civilization of Atlantis. They tapped into this source by channeling beings from the Aldebaran system.
Upon studying these otherworldly, esoteric designs, Dr. W.O. Schumann and his associates from the University of Munich realized the channeling actually contained viable physics, and over the ensuing years construction was initiated to make this flying machine a reality.
By 1922 development of a working prototype was underway. Meanwhile, Germany saw the inception of the National Socialist Party and Adolph Hitler's rise to power, fueled in part by the utopian visions of a new world order inspired by the Thule and Vril Societies. By 1934, the first manned test flight of the RFZ-1 took place.
Nazi moon baseEdit
A conspiracy theory that claims that some of the one million Nazis traveled to space after the end of World War II and that they colonized the moon. The theory states that the Nazis had created a UFO program and that they used the alien techonology to travel to the moon and establish a base there. Some even believe that Hitler faked his death and fled to the Nazi moon base.
- The Aldebaran Mystery, by Jim Nichols
- Empire Beneath the Ice by Steve Quayle