Saucers, Swastikas and Psyops by Joseph P. Farrell
A History of a Breakaway Civilization: Hidden Aerospace Technologies and Psychological Operations

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Oxford-educated historian Farrell continues his best-selling book series on suppressed technology, Nazi survival and postwar psyops with his new book Saucers, Swastikas and Psyops. Farrell discusses SS Commando Otto Skorzeny; George Adamski; the alleged Hannebu and Vril craft of the Third Reich; The Strange Case of Dr. Hermann Oberth; Nazis in the US and their connections to “UFO contactees"; The Memes-an idea or behavior spread from person to person within a culture-are Implants; Adamski’s ET Message: The Danger of Weaponized Gravity; and tons more. Chapters include: The Nov. 20, 1952 Contact: The Memes are Implants; George Hunt Williamson and the Baileys; William Pelley and the American Fascists; The Messages from “ET"; The Venusian and “The Bomb"; Adamski’s ETs and Religion: The Interplanetary Federation of Brotherhood and the “Ãœbermensch ET"; The Revelation of the “Revelation," or “Disclosure" Meme; The End of the Contact; The Memes of Adamski’s Extraterrestrial Faith Summarized; Adamski’s Technological Descriptions and Another ET Message: The Danger of Weaponized Gravity; A Doozie of an Anachronistic Revelation; Adamski’s Retro-Looking Saucers, and the Nazi Saucer Myth; The Strange Case of Dr. Hermann Oberth: A Benign Biography; Dr. Oberth’s 1968 Statements on UFOs and Extraterrestrials; Dr. Oberth’s Background in Nazi Germany; more.
 

About Joseph P. Farrell

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Joseph P. Farrell is the internationally known author of several books in alternative science and history, and is a popular speaker at numerous conferences, including the 2009 Laughlin UFO Congress and the 2009 Ozarks UFO Conference. His books have been translated into Polish, German, Italian, French and Russian. He lives in California.
 
Published September 11, 2013 by Adventures Unlimited Press. 264 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, War, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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