The Caucasus Mountains, as we have mentioned before, are a place of both historical importance and, it would seem, a hot-spot for paranormal activity and mysterious finds. Perhaps none more mysterious than the finds of an “alien skull” and “Nazi briefcases” – news of which appeared online in early-2016.
Although the discoveries were not made together, their close proximity raised an eyebrow or two among researchers of Nazi secret projects. Particularly those of the Ahnenerbe projects that saw the Third Reich invest countless resources and manpower in the search for ancient knowledge and relics. Not least were the suspicions of the person responsible for bringing the finds to the public, Vladimir Melikov. He believes the remains not only offer proof of alien contact in the distant past but that the Nazi regime was actively interested in the remains of technology once utilized by this cosmic race.
Furthermore, as we will look at later, it would appear likely there is a connection between the “demon-like” skull recently discovered by Melikov, and the perhaps better-known Paracas Skulls, discovered in 1928 by Julio Tello on the other side of the world, in Peru. If that is the case, then it surely does offer proof of alien civilizations and their presence here on Earth thousands of years ago. It will also force us to finally address the growing notion that mainstream history, in so many ways and on so many levels, is wrong.
- “Horned” Skulls Are Bipedal Species “Unknown To Science!”
- Nazi Briefcase From The Ahnenerbe Organization
- Evidence Of Persistent Nazi “Missions” In The Caucasus Region
- Nazi’s Were Looking To Contact Aliens?
- The Bizarre Conspiracies Of The Lake Ritsa Project
- The Harper Magazine Article, October 1946
- The Dolmens of the Caucasus Region
- Link To The Paracas Skulls?
“Horned” Skulls Are Bipedal Species “Unknown To Science!”
It would appear the discovery of the bizarre skull was made in the summer of 2014 by a team of researchers led by Russian ethnographer, Vladimir Melikov. The find came to light in a cave in the area around Mount Bolshoi Thach in Adygea region of the Caucasus Mountain range. The strange skull had an apparent “horned” look leading some to describe it as having a “demonic” appearance. Initial testing on the skulls suggests they belong to a “bipedal species unknown to science”.
The find further fuels speculation of an unknown species that possibly calls the cave systems and unknown reaches of the inner-Earth home – one that may or may not be terrestrial. It also raises the claims made by many researchers over the second half of the twentieth century. That Hitler and the Nazi regime were actively utilizing “advanced alien technology”, and that their search for ancient relics and knowledge may have been far more successful than many might imagine.
Melikov himself believes the remains belong to “an alien species that visited Earth in the past!” Also an experienced cryptozoologist, Melikov would point to the “round hole at the bottom of the head” and how its positioning showed the creature “moved on two legs!” He would also note the strange “absence of cranial vault and jaws!” The eyes would appear to be “unusually large”, while two separate markings above the eyes would suggest the presence of horns. This, in spite of the flat facial bones typical of hominids.
An already mysterious find would soon take an intriguing if dark twist.
Nazi Briefcase From The Ahnenerbe Organization
Around two years later, a local hermit who called the woodland around Mount Bolshoi Thach home would approach Melikov. Aware of Melikov’s work, the man would hand over a briefcase, itself awash with Nazi symbols and insignia. Inside was a detailed map of the entire Adygea region, which was dated 1941. According to the hermit, the briefcase was hidden away only a short distance from where Melikov had discovered the “alien” skulls.
Melikov immediately recognized the emblem of the Nazi “Ahnenerbe” group, active from 1935 until the end of the war. With the official moniker of “The Ancestral Heritage Research and Teaching Society”, the organization’s main focus was the hunting down and capturing of ancient relics and knowledge. Some firmly believe the group – at least those high-ranking members – were actively seeking entrance to the inner-Earth, and communication with its apparent inhabitants.
It is perhaps a bizarre notion to think while the horror and perpetual bloodshed of the Second World War raged, certain high-ranking members of the SS, through the Ahnenerbe group, were searching the world for long-lost alien technology and looking to invoke powers “from elsewhere” in the struggle for world domination.
Perhaps we should think again about the claims of the great-granddaughter of one-time US President Dwight Eisenhower, Laura Eisenhower, who claimed recently that things are happening in the background of “a world most of us don’t realize exists!” She would also go on to state that the Second World War didn’t end but was “still being fought behind the scenes. It’s like this whole other reality is going on that we don’t hear about. These timelines and deeper history connected to secret societies. Connected to these deeper ET agendas that have been around for thousands of years!”
Evidence Of Persistent Nazi “Missions” In The Caucasus Region
As well as the briefcase itself were the contents inside it. A ring, for example, that would seem to have once belonged to a Nazi soldier or high-ranking party member. There was also a very precise map of the region.
Melikov believes that the connection between the two finds is strong and that Nazi officers were searching the region, possibly as a secret mission during the Nazi push towards Moscow, in order to locate both the skulls and any remains of ancient alien technology.
Others believe the remains to be neither alien or human, but something demonic. Given the well-documented interest (and belief) in the occult by many high-ranking Nazi members, perhaps that is not as wild an assertion as it first looks.
It certainly isn’t the only evidence that the Nazis had an interest in the region. Only a short time before Melikov’s discovery, came the uncovering of another Nazi briefcase with the same Ahnenerbe insignia on it on Mount Elbrus – the highest mountain in Europe. Once again, a ring would come to light as well as several Nazi uniforms. Even the remains of a German huntsman was found.
As you might imagine, the discovery doesn’t convince everyone, with some even asserting the claims are “an elaborate hoax”. Melikov would offer examination of the remains, as well as sending detailed pictures of the finds to paleontologists, including ones in Moscow. However, few would show an interest in them, with one suggesting the skulls could be sheep remains, distorted by pressure over many years.
Before we move on, check out the short video below. It looks at the find of Vladimir Melikov a little closer.
Nazi’s Were Looking To Contact Aliens?
Malikov is far from standing alone in his belief, however. Professor of Economics at Maikop State Technical University, Ivan Bormotov shares a similar view. It’s his belief that the Nazi regime was sending “surveillance expeditions” into the Caucasus Mountains. In particular, the Adygea region as late as 1944. Bormotov, however, perhaps erring on the right side of caution, would offer he wasn’t sure that the Nazis knew what they were looking for. He would also state, though, perhaps as a caveat to his own skepticism that regardless of what the truth may be, “the remains found in the mountains of Adygea will force you to think!”
Others, though, believe they knew exactly what they were looking for. As the war raged on and the tide was slowly turning against the Third Reich, the Nazis were increasingly throwing resources behind the search for “super weapons” and “advanced technology” that could turn the war back in their favor in one quick strike. So much so, that as well as searching for advanced ancient technology, they were also studying UFOs, and “attempting to make contact with aliens” so that they might “obtain advanced technology!”
The aforementioned expeditions into the Caucasus region throughout the early-1940s were not a one-off. The Nazi regime would send similar missions to Tibet, Antarctica and North Africa. They would even travel to the regions once home to the ancient Indus Valley civilization. Basically, their depiction and their interest in such relics in the Indiana Jones movies is completely accurate.
The short video below looks at this aspect of the Nazi regime a little further.
The Bizarre Conspiracies Of The Lake Ritsa Project
These activities were also taking place before the war. As we have written about before, a series of pacts between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union was signed in the run-up to the Second World War. There are many claims as to the true reasons these deals went ahead. And, in a world where “dual-thinking” is a necessity, there is probably a degree of truth in all of them.
In 1936, the Nazi regime, in an effort to show friendship between themselves and the Soviets, would begin the tunnel project that would connect the Black Sea coast to Lake Ritsa, which resides in the Caucasus region in what is now modern-day Georgia. This would make it possible to draw water from the newly established Ritsa Nature Reserve.
According to some researchers, the Nazi’s real prize was, in fact, the water itself. They believed, according to some, that the water had a “special composition”. Furthermore, this composition was perfect to make “synthetic blood plasma”. Those involved in the project would refer to this apparently mysterious substance as “living water”. It would be carefully placed into “silver containers” and then moved by submarine, boat, and plane to Germany. Along with the substitute blood liquid, periston, “an oxidation production of adrenalin” would allow the Nazis to successfully produce this blood plasma on an industrial scale.
Perhaps as an extra twist to the conspiracy are the deaths of the specialist engineers. Those who oversaw the construction of the tunnel system. Upon its completion, their car would “plunge into a ravine” killing all of them.
To demonstrate how far ahead the Nazi regime really was, it is worth looking at the following article from 1946. In turn, some people believe they had “help” in their endeavors,
The Harper Magazine Article, October 1946
According to an article in the October 1946 edition of ‘Harper’s Magazine’, the United States had recovered “fifty tons” of secret Nazi documents relating to the work and research of their top scientists and weapon’s designers. Needless to say, along with Operation Paperclip that would transplant hundreds of Nazi scientists to continue their work in America, these documents would assist in building the modern western world. We will look at some of the finds in a moment. Just to stress, however, in how many areas the Nazis were ahead, was the discovery of “over 50,000 dyes”. Many of these dyes were “faster and better” than those in the United States. Many of which they “were never able to make!” The report would state that the “American dye industry will be advanced at least ten years!”
The advancement was across the board. They would achieve highly efficient ways to freeze and preserve food. This would allow submarines to undertake extended missions without surfacing. Infra-red technology would allow Nazi vehicles to travel at full speed at night. To them, they would “see objects as clear as day up to 200-meters ahead!” This infra-red technology would also allow tanks to “spot targets two miles away”. While a German sniper could “pick off a man in total blackness!”
There were, however, also the grim experiments and scientific research. Just one of which would speak of freezing “patients” to the point of death. All the while, monitoring every aspect of their bodily functions, with no regard for the patient’s ultimate well-being. One report spoke of seven such patients, all of whom died. It later states that transferring the patient into water in excess of 100 degrees proves preferable. The patient successfully recovers and comes back to life. Grim reading but important information.
The Dolmens of the Caucasus Region
Another area of “research” to the Nazis, and to Melikov over half-a-century later, are the thousands of megalithic dolmens throughout the Caucasus region. Mainstream archaeologists date these dolmens between 4,000 and 6,000 years old. Some researchers, however, contend the dates of their constriction likely lies between 10,000 and 25,000 years ago.
What is particularly unique about these buildings is their curved architecture and the precise 90-degree angles. Furthermore, each of the monuments has a weight between fifteen to thirty tons. However, there is no sign of a nearby quarry, nor any indications of how the stones were moved into position. In what is already treacherous terrain, there are no paths or makeshift “throughways” that might have been utilized. Further still, much like the pyramids of Ancient Egypt and many other structures from antiquity, the stones fit tightly together. So tightly, it is impossible to fit even a small blade in between them.
Local legends credits “dwarves who settled the area” as responsible for their construction, although not directly. According to the legends, this small race of people lived in harmony with “giants”, who would build the dolmens. Furthermore, the legend continues, the giants were “not repaid” for the act of kindness. The little people would use herbs and potions to blind them and corrupt their minds. A war ensued, resulting in the extinction of each side.
Whether these “little people” were real and are the same race as the recently discovered skull is open to debate. Perhaps they were, as Melikov contends, aliens from a long time ago.
The short video below looks at these ancient buildings a little closer.
Link To The Paracas Skulls?
Many mainstream scientists and archaeologists contend the Paracas Skulls are the result of intentional or accidental disfigurement. And more to the point, human. Many people on the fringes reject this notion. Not least because of the multiple differences between them and a standard human skull.
One of the main differences is the parietal plate, of which a human skull would have two. The Paracas Skulls, however, have only one. Brian Foerster, the director of the Paracas History Museum would even offer, “they were a mix or…hybrid of different people”. He would, however, essentially state the species was a “deformed sub-species” of the human race. What makes his statement even less likely, is that DNA tests show that the origins of this apparent “sub-species” is the Caucasus Mountain regions, between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea.
Foerster believes that these species migrated from the heart of Europe to Peru around 3,000 years ago. This scenario seems unlikely – at least given the backdrop to history offered by mainstream historians. It also doesn’t at all address the anomalies between the Paracas Skulls and a human one. To say they are the result of a “hybrid of different people” is ambiguous. It would surely have to be a drastically different race to produce such differences. With this in mind, it seems likely that the Paracas Skulls and the discovery found by Melikov in the Caucasus region, share much of the same history.
And if the Caucasus Mountains were an important “gateway” for the Babylonian Elite to infiltrate Europe by way of “breeding and interbreeding” their bloodlines into positions of power many thousands of year ago, as some researchers suggest, then we have to ask, just who were the Babylonian Elite and where did they come from?