Paranormal News Of The Week: November 10th, 2018

Recorded on Thursday, November 8th, 2018, Jay and Eric talk Nazi Warewolves, The EPA caugt in more lies, Oumuamua, and Ivy League paranormal investigations.

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Interstellar object may have been alien probe, Harvard paper argues, but experts are skeptical By Steve George and Ashley Strickland, CNN Updated 1:43 PM ET, Tue November 6, 2018

Read the Harvard University paper here - PDF

More EPA!

Chicagor Tribute: Court orders ban of top-selling pesticide, says EPA violated law, ignored scientific studies.

Nazi Werewolves

Smithsonian: The Nazi Werewolves Who Terrorized Allied Soldiers at the End of WWII

Though the guerrilla fighters didn’t succeed in slowing the Allied occupation of Germany, they did sow fear wherever they went...

From the start of the war, Hitler pulled from Germanic folklore and occult legends to supplement Nazi pageantry. High-level Nazis researched everything from the Holy Grail to witchcraft, as historian Eric Kurlander describes in his book, Hitler’s Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich. Among those mythological fascinations were werewolves. “According to some 19th and early 20th century German folklorists, werewolves represented flawed, but well-meaning characters who may be bestial but are tied to the woods, the blood, the soil,” Kurlander says. “They represented German strength and purity against interlopers.”

It was an image Hitler harnessed repeatedly, from the name of one of his Eastern front headquarters—the Wolf’s Lair—to the implementation of “Operation Werewolf,” an October 1944 plan for Nazi SS lieutenants Adolf Prützmann and Otto Skorzeny to infiltrate Allied camps and sabotage supply lines with a paramilitary group. Skorzeny had already proved the value of such a specialized strike in 1943, when he successfully led a small group of commandoes to rescue Benito Mussolini from a prison in Italy.

Hitler's Monsters A Supernatural History of the Third Reich

The definitive history of the supernatural in Nazi Germany, exploring the occult ideas, esoteric sciences, and pagan religions touted by the Third Reich in the service of power

The Nazi fascination with the occult is legendary, yet today it is often dismissed as Himmler’s personal obsession or wildly overstated for its novelty. Preposterous though it was, however, supernatural thinking was inextricable from the Nazi project. The regime enlisted astrology and the paranormal, paganism, Indo-Aryan mythology, witchcraft, miracle weapons, and the lost kingdom of Atlantis in reimagining German politics and society and recasting German science and religion. In this eye-opening history, Eric Kurlander reveals how the Third Reich’s relationship to the supernatural was far from straightforward. Even as popular occultism and superstition were intermittently rooted out, suppressed, and outlawed, the Nazis drew upon a wide variety of occult practices and esoteric sciences to gain power, shape propaganda and policy, and pursue their dreams of racial utopia and empire.

Keith Olbermann discusses O'Hare UFO sighting

Chant Hannah's Interviw with Rick L. Peters, the Founder and Director of the Rockford, Illinois area MUFON Chapter.

FIVE UFOS REPORTED HOVERING LOW OVER COLORADO TOWN 10/30/2018 by Roger Marsh

THIS IS THE PRESIDENT WHO MADE A PACT WITH ALIENS IN EXCHANGE FOR TECHNOLOGY Published on November 6, 2018

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