Operation Paperclip

Operation Paperclip was a Office of Strategic Services (pre-CIA) operation, at the end of the WW1 and WW2 ritual in 1945, of transferring nazi scientists (rocket scientists, chemical warfare specialists) from Germany to the US.

The same year jesuit James Donavan released the 20th Century Fox propaganda film The Nazi Plan with Dwight Eisenhower, to portray the US as liberator.

The nazi scientists were mainly employed at Fort Detrick and Fort Bliss, Naval Research Maryland, Randolph Air Force Base and later NASA. Knights of Malta Allen Dulles, J Peter Grace, Luigi Parilli were involved in the transfer.

The US and UK collaborated with the Germans on nuclear research through Operation Epsilon (Werner Heisenberg collaborated with Niels Bohr).

Intelligence

Reinhard Gehlen (Order of Malta, BND, network of ratlines of Otto Skorzeny, Klaus Barbie, bishop Alois Hudal)

Rocketry

Rudi Beichel, Magnus von Braun, Wernher von Braun, Walter Dornberger (V-weapons), Werner Dahm, Konrad Dannenberg, Kurt H. Debus, Ernst R. G. Eckert, Krafft Arnold Ehricke, Otto Hirschler, Hermann H. Kurzweg, Fritz Mueller, Gerhard Reisig, Georg Rickhey (manager of slave labor facility in V2 program), Arthur Rudolph (slave labor facility in Nordhausen, defended in the media by Knight of Malta Pat Buchanan and Lyndon LaRouche), Ernst Stuhlinger, Werner Rosinski, Eberhard Rees, Ludwig Roth, Georg von Tiesenhausen, and Bernhard Tessmann.

Werner von Braun played the archetype of Horus (male phallic Mars energy, like rocket scientist Jack Parsons of JPL). He designed the V2 combat rocket, used in WW2 and after Operation Paperclip, worked for NASA as director of the Marshall Space Flight Center to design the Saturn V, that would propel the rockets of the Apollo missions (Apollo moon landing).

He was also used in propaganda of Disney (specialised in mind control, Aryan/Irish -Scottish family, the Scottish Rite) with Walt Disney and Heinz Haber. He died in 1977.

V-weapons engineer Kurt Debus became the first director of NASA JFK Space Center in Florida (according to Cathy O'Brien used as programming center).

Aeronautics

Siegfried Knemeyer, Alexander Martin Lippisch, Hans von Ohain, Hans Multhopp, Kurt Tank.

Medicine

Walter Schreiber, Kurt Blome (biological weapons), Hubertus Strughold, Hans Antmann

Hubertus Strughold worked at Dachau, participated in the medical conference in Nuremberg in 1942 with Theodor Benzinger and later worked for NASA. Blome was transferred to Fort Bliss Texas and Redstone Arsenal Alabama.

Electronics

Hans K. Ziegler, Kurt Lehovec, Hans Hollmann, Johannes Plendl, Heinz Schlicke.

Heinz Schlicke worked for Allen Bradley (octagon logo), bought in 1985 by Rockwell International , and was president of Electromagnetic Compatibility. Rockwell International was founded by Baptist Willard Rockwell, trained at MIT, and developed the Enterprise Shuttle of NASA, based on the ship of Star Trek.

Chemistry

Friedrich Hoffmann (assassination by poison program of Luftwaffe's Technical Research Institute Berlin), Otto Ambros (IG Farben, discovered Sarin gas, production of synthetic rubber at Auschwitz-Monowitz, trialed at Nuremberg but pardoned by John McCloy), Erich Traub (virologist, weaponised cattle plague)

Britain, US and Germany had worked together during the war through Porton Down and IG Farben (Hoechst, Bayer).

Friedrich Hoffman started working at Edgewood Arsenal with Wilson Greene, testing tabun recovered from IG Farben.

Erich Traub researched vaccines at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in Princeton and worked at Naval Medical Research Institute at Bethesda and on Plumb Island (the source of Lyme disease).

Theodor Benzinger who had researched breathing physiology at the Physiological Institute of the University of Göttingen, was transferred to Randolph Air Force Base, worked with Charles Savage in mescaline research experiment Project Chatter (1947) in Walter Reed National Medical Center in Bethesda Maryland (where in 1950 Project Bluebird took place, research on dissociation, hypnotic triggers, amnesia). Alexander Bolling was involved in Operation Paperclip and Project Artichoke.

Kurt Plotner did mescaline research at Dachau, while LSD was being tested by Albert Hoffman in Sandoz Laboratory. He was hired by Boris Pash, who had been a teacher at Hollywood High School, worked at the Presidio in San Francisco, for the CIA and for the Manhattan Project. He later testified before the Church Committee.

Disinfo

The idea of nazi's still being in charge (Hitler as the Jungian Shadow), was used in the 911 Sharon Tate ritual with Charles Manson (swastika tattoo on his forehead), movies like The Boys from Brazil (novel of Ira Levin), The Man in the High Tower of Philip K Dick, and in disinfo about the CIA, the NASA moon landing, distractions with the JFK ritual (John McCloy was a member of the JFK Commission), UFO projects (Area 51, Die Glocke, Vril energy), Flat Earth psyop (BoB),, ..

The mythology of Operation Paperclip is also associated with the Frank Olson media ritual because he worked at Fort Detrick.

Annie Jacobsen, educated at St Paul School, who wrote Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America, also wrote a book on Area 51, made into a series by AMC of jesuit Charles Dolan. Linda Hunt who wrote Secret Agenda about Operation Paperclip, worked for CNN.

Christiane Harlan, niece of nazi director Veit Harlan (propaganda film Jud Suss) married Stanley Kubrick, who made Dr Strangelove with the character of Peter Sellers based on Wernher von Braun.

Project Camelot spread disinfo about Operation Paperclip with Jim Marrs, Peter Levenda,..

Jim Marrs wrote Rise of the Fourth Reich the Secret Societies That Threaten to Take Over America.

Joseph P Farrell (Coast to Coast AM) wrote Roswell and the Reich.

Logan Lerman and Al Pacino played in Hunters with Lena Olin as Eva Braun.

CIA

History of Mind Control

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