Wernher Von Braun Channeled by Karl Mollison 03Oct2017
This video is one of the older videos in the channeling series and was first published on Denny’s YouTube channel Why Is This True?
Wernher von Braun (March 23, 1912 – June 16, 1977) was a German, later American, aerospace engineer and space architect credited with inventing the V-2 rocket for Nazi Germany and the Saturn V for the United States. He was the leading figure in the development of rocket technology in Germany and the father of rocket technology and space science in the United States.
Following World War II, he was secretly moved to the United States, along with about 1,600 other scientists, engineers, and technicians, as part of Operation Paperclip, where he developed the rockets that launched the United States’ first space satellite Explorer 1, and the Apollo program manned lunar landings.
In his twenties and early thirties, von Braun worked in Nazi Germany’s rocket development program, where he helped design and develop the V-2 rocket at Peenemünde during World War II. Following the war, von Braun worked for the United States Army on an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) program before his group was assimilated into NASA. Under NASA, he served as director of the newly formed Marshall Space Flight Center and as the chief architect of the Saturn V launch vehicle, the superbooster that propelled the Apollo spacecraft to the Moon. In 1975, he received the National Medal of Science. He continued insisting on the human mission to Mars throughout his life.
Questions for Wernher Von Braun Tuesday Oct 3, 2017
1) Were you working on rockets, spaceships and/or the atomic bomb in Germany before and during WWII?
3) Were you aware of the Vril space program? How did these two space programs begin and for what purpose?
4) Did you know Maria Orsic?
5) What race of extraterrestrial beings directly or indirectly assisted the German scientists?
6) How is the Reptilian replacement accomplished? How does that relate to reports of shape shifting humans?
7) Did you work on a Mars Space Station design? What was the stated purpose for this station?
8) Is there anything else you’d like to close with where a question has not been answered – but you think it might be important for you to discuss with us given this line of questioning?