Subject: Bu: Vril Society Sent: 12/29/96 3:30 PM Received: 12/29/96 4:19 PM From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com Bu Gram 30th Dec 96 ------------------ As the Hale Bopp Comet is coming closer, not one single Day passes where German TV do not screen films from ET, little Gray ones and creatures from other dimensions. We say "nothing in this world is done accidentally, and these Sience Fiction film carry a message. For anybody interested in time travel and things like that we added the file Montauk in our library at hrrp://www.c2.net/~bs-org/mail-bu and the file undergro.txt (another world underground) Dont think that this is all sciece fiction or utopia and these things dont exist or Germany would not have spent many millions and plenty of Scientists on these projects called VRIL. They build flying disks during these times (Nazi-times) which did fly but nobody really knows what happend to them after the war. The THULY society was involved and the theorie of an inside world and cities which still exist in South America and other countries. The Germans build the first flying machines based on Implosions-technology and later Antigravities. If the name Viktor Schauberger mean anything to you, you should get the book from Jan van Helsing on these topics. Helsing has written statements from ex-pilots who have seen these disks (today UFOs) really fly. The latest machine called HAUNEBU-III was 71 m in Diameter and reached a speed of approx 7000 KM per Hour. One of the follow-up projects was called the Philadelphia-Project. It does not surprise us, that in the freest and most democratic Germany after the war, these books are also forbidden in Germany and Switzerland. Jan van Helsing told us, the ban was initiated by the German and Swiss Jewry. In Austria and many other countries (now also in Russian) you can buy it in every good bookstore. Also in USA we have been told. At least the first and third book. The second book was confiscated by the German police. It can be downloaded from our site very soon.
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