Fire From The Sky-Battle Of Harvest Moon & True Story Of The Space Shuttles (BOOK & CD)

Fire From The Sky-Battle Of Harvest Moon & True Story Of The Space Shuttles (BOOK & CD)

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CIA AND NAZI COLLABORATION EXPOSED . . . GERMAN SCIENTISTS UTILIZE TESLA TECHNOLOGY TO CONSTRUCT 'FLYING SAUCERS' Soon after cessation of hostilities closed World War II, hundreds of former Nazi and SS members were secretly smugged into America to work on military and space programs. They were employed by nearly every one of the military-industrial complex companies, developing bombs, missiles, rockets, aircraft and advanced ground vehicles. Many former Nazis went to work for the CIA, and, indeed, actually formed the foundation of that agency because they kept accurate records of their enemies (Russia), and the CIA purchased this knowledge and contact information from them. Both the U.S. and USSR made adequate use of Tesla technologies to create weapons and communications devices previously undreamed of, including -- if the records are true -- aerial disc platforms, or "Flying Saucers." Intelligence records show that German scientists had built and test-flown several different types of flying discs. The complete plans for one type were captured at the BMW auto factory in Prague at the close of the war. FIRE FROM THE SKY exposes how it all happened and the consequences with which we all must live today. It also explains the circumstances under which UFO researchers and the public have been manipulated into certain belief patterns, including aspects of the abduction phenomenon which utilizes a high degree of mind control.
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  • Paperback | 182 pages
  • 213.36 x 266.7 x 12.7mm
  • Inner Light - Global communications
  • English
  • 1606110241
  • 9781606110249
  • 2,412,074

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