Friday, October 21, 2016

Genesis for the New Space Age with John Leith - Chpt XIII - Post-war Posture of World War II Nations





Constructing this material would have been difficult without access to detailed biographical information and participant diaries.   Yet i am sure that those actually exist.  It is the probable insertions that beg our imagination.  i simply find Roosevelt succumbing to flattery as utterly unlikely for any such leader.  It is an unconvincing plot device.
Nothing important is otherwise shared here that i can see.




It is possible that extensive research was conducted for a different book but was insufficient to hang together and we have this instead.


Chapter XIII

Byrd's Aerial Disaster in Hollow Earth Establishes Post-war Posture of World War II Nations

A renewed military vigilance of the World War II allies developed from Byrd's 1947 escape from New Germany, and his subsequent landing on the American aircraft carrier south of Australia.

On board were American military brass of all services plus the British, Canadian and Australian, as well as members of the other armed services. Following the briefing by his military advisors,President Truman was sufficiently alarmed to persuade the principal allies of the World War II into making a decisive commitment toward the future outcome of Planet Earth.

Twenty three days after Byrd's debriefing, the President's yacht was at anchor in Biscayne Bay, Florida. Here, in utmost secrecy, the world's leading nations and their chiefs-of-staff met to map strategy on how to react to an enemy that had not been defeated after all, and who might be renewing his air force in order to gain a tactical advantage over all the world in aircraft superiority and weaponry. All present believed that German military ambitions were continuing, and the British, French; and Americans openly surmised that a crisis existed in which democracy might have to fight another battle with Hitler's dictatorship.

The Byrd presentation of the New German fortress being built inside the earth was made to startled military guests. There followed proposals and counter proposals by which it was agreed that preparations for defense of the outer world should begin in the continent of Antarctica, both on and off shore, and that Alaska and Northern Canada, continuing in a line across Greenland to Russia also
should be defended forthwith. Therefore, the defense postures formed during that period were related
primarily to the polar regions.

In line with these various national outlooks, it was decided that the Antarctic discoveries of an opening to the interior of the earth and the German presence within the earth should be kept secret. The friendly outer terrestrials riding the skies would never permit confrontation against New Germany using the newly developed round wing planes and their weaponry. There was also the question of what the outer terrestrials' response would be if the upper earth nations took war into the hollow earth or vice versa. 

Thus, upper earth response at the Polar regions became conventional and it was decided that the round wing planes would be deployed secretly for surveillance only.

Henceforth, all nations agreed, the new allied military presence in the polar regions should increase and would be disguised under various names. There was Canadian Operation Pine Tree, and Dew Line in the northern hemisphere. High Jump and the Geophysical Year, with their variety of logistics and tactical exercises were held in the southern hemisphere. America's Greenland base at Thule would be a scientific ice station, and Canada's Baffin Island Station also would mock the truth. No mention would be made that the early warning stations were located within short flight minutes of the Northern Polar entrance to the interior. No one would admit that McMurdo Bay in the Antarctic was the headquarters for any projected entrenchment.

As a result of these post war decisions, there extends across North America today a line of Arctic defenses from the Bering Strait to Greenland. Russia had its own early warning system above its 70th parallel. The world's defenses begun in the late 1940's have continued to be improved and serviced since that time.

In the Southern Hemisphere manned stations have been in existence since 1959, occupied by those signatory countries which, by treaty, police the sub-continent. West Germany is not party to the northern defense system nor do they contribute men, materials or money. Nor are the New Germans one of the Antarctic guardian nations, notwithstanding the fact that the Germans in the late 30's and early 40's probably explored and mapped the Antarctic more extensively than any other nation.

Many nations committed themselves to keep the true nature of their polar activities locked up. But what was easy to hide from the public in 1936 was not so in 1946 when batteries of press corps and advisors were required by Canada, America and foreign governments to suppress the truth that a new
aerial age existed, even those newspapermen who managed to wrangle junkets to Polar stations. As suppression continued, certain military government public relations agencies used the written tactics of fabrication and deceit to hide the secret of the ages.

In 1947 the government was inclined to believe that the American people would have demanded immediate war with the Germans, and the government wanted to avoid that. But in hindsight we now
know that both the Germans and allies were tired of all-out war. As for the so-called flying saucers, most governments continue to believe that withholding the truth on so called flying saucers would prevent mass hysteria. They pay science spokesmen to ridicule the existence of the round wing plane. 


But there are nonetheless some in authority, particularly in the U.S. who believe that a gradual release of the facts would be propitious.

About the time Byrd himself was being officially gagged, it was realized by the World War II allies that the entire geographical discovery of an entrance to an inner world at the poles had been made more complex by German existence in that new land. For if the existence of the inner world was publicly revealed, the military complications of the German presence would, of necessity, be revealed and vice
versa. No one in authority in the United States, Britain, France, or Russia for that matter, cared to think of the New German war machine rebuilding a "Fourth Reich" which its founder had promised would last 1,000 years.

Whatever force it was that kept the polar antagonists checkmated, earth skies and particularly the Poles, were filled for years with alien ships probing the frigid skies at each end of the planet.

The aftermath of Operation High Jump and Byrd's expedition into the interior was tragic for Byrd and his family. He had already been shut off the air in Valparaiso, Chile, while making emotional remarks about momentous discoveries stemming from his polar exploration. A similar embarrassment later occurred over NBC radio in New York. Government sponsored denials of an Interior world were then put forth, and Admiral Byrd was told by President Truman that henceforth anything he said to the media would be censored. However, Byrd would not be silenced. He told authorities that he planned to write a book on his experiences at the Poles regardless of the government's gag order.

One day in October, 1954, Admiral Byrd went into seclusion. He spent the next three years in a private sanitarium near Tarrytown, New York, from which he did not communicate with those outside with the exception of certain relatives.

Numbed by the secrecy order for silence, the aerial adventurer, upon leaving the sanatorium, signed an agreement that he would never again mention his experiences in the hollow earth. This American
explorer, first to spend a winter alone in the Antarctic, first to cross the South Pole by air, first to fly into the earth's hollow interior from the North Pole, kept silent until he died in 1957 at the age of 56.

As an adventurer, he had the daring and brashness that made him the equivalent of Sir Walter Raleigh
or Francis Drake. But that same opportunism that led him on to new frontiers, along with his insatiable public ego, were the very characteristics that finally branded him unacceptable to his government when collective secrecy was demanded.

It is easy for an author to fix blame or formulate conclusions. However, there are still too many unknown contributing circumstances to totally comprehend the events of 1946 and 1947 and the attempts to keep suppressed the revelations of the inner world. As for Admiral Richard E. Byrd, his outstanding human weakness might have been that frustration caused him to die from a broken heart
because he or no one else was allowed to evaluate his contribution to his country and to mankind in general.

Post War Positions of Major Nations

But although Byrd's 1947 Inner World encounter with the Germans immediately hardened the polar
defense posture of World War II Allies, the political events of 1945 and 46 also tempered attitudes and
dismembered the wartime alliance even before the guns were silenced.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt remained more intransient and antagonistic towards the Germans
than Churchill or De Gaulle whose countried had suffered severe agonies of war. Roosevelt's German
animosity was exceeded only by that of Stalin. In 1945 Roosevelt had called for maximum obliteration
of major German cities by British and American bombers during the final weeks of the war. But
Churchill who was to concur, had deliberately put off sanctioning the scheme because he could not
forget the needless deaths of over 36,000 Londoners during the blitz of the German V Bombs, as well
as the destruction of historial English landmarks of monumental significance. The early
Roosevelt/Churchill camaraderies had not fully blossomed into an abiding friendship as Churchill noted
an increasing ecomania and unnecessary mility truculence on the part of the American president.

As World War II drew to a close, the most pressing need was to decide the fate of a defeated
Germany. Hence the peace talks at Casablanca, Tehran, Caira, Yalta, Potsdam and Dunbarton Oaks
during the last years of the war.

Of particular significance to the story of the round wing plane development, as well as the future of
Europe and the world nations, was the Yalta conference which began in February 1945. That
conference revealed frightening events that almost resulted in the western Allies being the post-war
losers of World War II and the Soviet empire becoming the undisputed champion of the world.

Architects of the disaster formula were Joseph Stalin, the crafty evil premier of the USSR, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt of the USA, whom Churchill accused of having gone mad while at Yalta, as corroborated later by testimony of three American physicians before a congressional committee hearing. Therefore, the Yalta episode is briefly sketched herein to show how Roosevelt's tryst with Stalin at that conference not only influenced the defense posture of the English speaking allies and etched the boundaries of occupied Europe after 1946, but also hid the fact of the round wing plane development under stricter cover up.

Roosevelt's departure for Yalta was arranged with paranoic secrecy far beyond precautions necessary for his safety. Under the code name Argonaut, not even Vice President Truman was told the presidential destination. And the special train carrying the 125 VIPs and over 300 staff advisors was broken up at its destination of Newport News, virgiania, when after detraining, the Presidential train was camouflaged and its locomotive tenders even switched to prevent identity. In addition, the train was repainted and the serial numbers changed before the cars were rerouted to different destinations.

 For years, writers alluded to it as the mystery train that vanished into thin air and even associated its disappearance with the Bermuda Triangle.

From the mystery train, the Yalta party under Roosevelt boarded the cruiser Quincy under command of Capt. Elliott M. Senn, and one of the largest escorts in naval history left port with overhead planes, sub  chasers and surface ships. From Malta, the American party, bound 1,250 miles distant for Russia, left in an aerial armada of over 200 American planes including sixteen Switft P38 Lightenings which would fly guard over the President's plane, flown by col. Ray W. Ireland. In adjoining planes under the fighter umbrella would be dignitaries such as Secretary of State Stettinius, First Assistant Secretary of State  Dean Acheson, Admiral King and Admiral Leahey and Chief of Staff George C. Marshall, special  advisors to the President Mr. Harry Hopkins, Justice Jimmy Byrnes, Mr. A. V. Harriman and Mr.  Alger Hiss. President Roosevelt's daughter Anna, the wife of Lt. Col. Boettiger was also present as  well as Press Secretary Steve Early who was required to leave his three pool reporters at Casablanca.

Except for press coverage, (no releases till Roosevelt arrived home in Portsmouth after the conference) Yalta was the most carefully staged conference of the several held in the final days of World War U. As hosts, Russian intelligence rendered to Roosevelt all the hero worship of the occasion almost ignoring the Britisher Churchill. Vice Premier Molotov welcomed the US Present as he landed on russian soil at 12:10 on February 3, 1945 where an honor guard was lined up in the 40 minus degree cold. The Russians had converted a jeep for the few minutes occasion in order that President Roosevelt could inspect the troops to the tune of a brass band playing the Stars and Stripes. Later, in an American Packard, the Russian guest drove 80 miles to Yalta where honor guards lining the route saluted the American President every 50 feet. The dignitaries were housed at the grandest residence in the area, the room Lividia Palace, built in 191 1 by the last Russian Czar.

When the conference opened, Stalin continued his contrived flattery by demanding as host that the ailing Roosevelt be made Chairman. The two were soon calling each other Joe and Franklin. The British delegation, especially Churchill and Anthony Eden were appalled at the uninhibited familiarity
between the American and Russian leaders. Top Americans also began to wince, but unknown to  practically all open delegates, Stalin and Roosevelt were most communicative to each other while talking over the phones in their private suites.

Initially, the Russians under Stalin openly asked that they be given control of most of Europe including France, northern Italy, the Balkans, Greece, Crete, Syria, Palestine, 2/3 of Finland, the Baltic countries, Iceland, part of Greenland and even a return of Alaska. The Russians then planned to take Spain by force. In the far east, Stalin asked for Port Arthur, all of Manchuria, Outer Mongolia. He also proposed invasion of China by Russia to remove Mao Te Sung, who was so independent that he preferred his own brand of Communism rather than become a puppet of the Soviets.

The British team, long wary of Soviet aims and their brazen disregard for the Western Allies, pressed for the division of Europe much as it is today. (Following Yalta, British armies under Montgomery threatened to team up with the Germans and drive on to Moscow if the Russians took one foot of territory west of the Elbe.) Eisenhower and other American leaders including Patton were in accord, but Roosevelt vetoed the plan. During the Yalta conference, Churchill consistently made his point that

Poland should remain free of occupied Russian troops and that Germany should not be dismembered,
else it would rise again. But he remained adamant that France though defeated and not a victor in the war, should be left intact and unoccupied.

During the conference, the Roosevelt/Stalin attachment blossomed daily and the American president bathed in the ego build-up which Stalin and his aides showered on him. The Russian intelligence had  long guessed what Roosevelt wanted most. It was not mainly concern over division of European lands, but instead his declared nomination for President of the newly evolving United Nations, the founding of which the winners of World War II had been drafting during the war years. Stalin was also aware that to head the New World Order was Roosevelt's greatest dream, occupying his every moment of free thought. Therefore, Stalin recognized that Roosevelt would allow nothing to stand in his way to his becoming head of the new planetary body. As Stalin daily observed the frail and failing Roosevelt, he must have known that Roosevelt had thrown all his old caution to the winds in order to get support for presidency of the coming body of nations - and he also must have shrewdly surmised there was nothing to lose by nominating Roosevelt whose life tenure appeared to be short. The crippling polio that Roosevelt had fought all his packed-full political life, had left him a weakened man. So with time on the side of Stalin, he could not lose by nominating Roosevelt to be head of the United Nations in exchange for most of Europe plus other concessions.

The Yalta conference lasted five weeks and by the third week, the British suspecting an ominous purpose beneath Stalin's pretext to befriend Roosevelt, tapped the telephone line going into Roosevelt's private suite in the Lividia Palace. Immediately Churchill was amazed to discover that Stalin and Roosevelt had made their own secret agreement for division of Europe regardless of the open negotiating sessions and also how the two conspirators regarded the new world of nations as they envisioned a revised constitution. As the conference continued, reverberations of the secret intrigue which Stalin was surreptitiously conducting with Roosevelt, reached the ears of the Acting President of the U.S.A., Harry S. Truman, in Washington, U.S.A.

A bewildered Vice President Truman had purposely been alerted by two leading congressmen and another then unknown source that President Roosevelt was undermining the Allied cause at Yalta and
that something had to be done - quickly. It was at that point that William Donovan, President Roosevelt's choice to head the O.S.S. (Forerunner of the CIA) was called by Acting President Truman. Truman's message to Donovan was crisp. "Meet me in Arlington Cemetary today at one P.M.!"

At the rendevous, Truman confided his concern to the Intelligence Chief, and asked to be brought up to date on the Yalta happenings. Donovan, first of all, told the Acting Chief that on Roosevelt's orders, his intelligence team had not been taken to the conference, but nevertheless, an O.S.S. man was there in the disguise of a naval chaplain. Donovan said the code name of the agent was Father John, a bonafide Catholic priest. Then Donovan told Truman it was Father John whose reports had alerted him and other friends in Washington.


Donovan and Truman at that meeting agreed to add to Father John's reports and discover first hand
what really was happening at Yalta. The acting president then asked General Donovan what was needed to get the counter espionage started on the Roosevelt/Stalin dealings and Donovan replied, five thousand dollars in my hands today and a fast plane to London. Truman went to his own personal account and drew the necessary $5,000 which Donovan would need for funding the trip to Yalta without government vouchers, and at Andrews Air Force Base, one of the five new American made jets was standing waiting for the OSS head. In London, the head of Donovan European operations was asked to stand by. He went under the code name of Major General Charles Lawson, a graduate of Princeton.

Forty-eight hours later, secret O.S.S. agent General Lawson had flown over the "hump" to Moscow  via Leningrad. There at the American Embassy, a known O.S.S. agent confirmed that something wrong was taking place at Yalta between Roosevelt and Stalin. Getting a lift to Yalta in a Russian  dispatch plane, the Russians though he was being called by Roosevelt. To hid identity from Americans
who might recognize him, General Lawson was billeted with a Britisher. Three hours after arrival at Yalta headquarters, the American OSS agent had tapped Roosevelt's telephone going into Lavidia Palace. What he first head confirmed the rumours: Stalin, Molotov and Roosevelt were carrying on a conversation in English with Molotov interpreting difficult passages for Stalin. The Russians talked hopefully of a New World with Roosevelt the global leader of the projected body of United Nations scheduled for its innaugural meeting in San Francisco sometime in 1947. Roosevelt showed his elation by the honor even over the phone. There was however, one small catch - something the Russians wanted in return. Roosevelt knew all about returning favors, but even General Lawson was stunned to hear Molotov tell Roosevelt to lock all his doors from the inside that night and send out all personnel, particularly security people. At 12 midnight, Stalin and Molotov would visit Roosevelt and his daughter Sis alone in the apartment to discuss a contractual agreement. They said they would come through a secret passageway that ended at the wall of the guest apartment occupied by the American president and his daughter.

That evening bugs were planted in Roosevelt's apartment. General Lawson waited expectantly as 12 midnight approached. Precisely on the hour Stalin and Molotov were head to arrive. The President's daughter Sis listened to the knock on the hidden panel and apparently looking at the wall, the agent heard her say: "Do come in, Gentlemen, the President is expecting you!"

Some small talk ensued as head on the tape and then Stalin trilled Roosevelt by extolling how he so expertly chaired the Yalta meetings and that he was Earth's best choice to head the forthcoming United Nations assembly. Stalin asked only one favor in return and he spoke bluntly in English:

"In return for our assured support of your desire to head the world body of nations in the post waryears, we want the plans for your round wing plane."

The Russians had made their bid. What the Germans had paid a million dollars for in 1936 when they
bought the crude Caldwell plans, Stalin now wanted not only half the World but also the plans of the
round wing plane.

There was a silence as Roosevelt paused, still reflecting the earlier Russian flattery to propel him into stardom as head of the world. Finally, the sick U.S. President spoke. "I see no reason why Russia should not share the secret of the round wing plane. As Russia is to be our ally in a New World of one nation under the United Nations body which I would head, everyone should share the benefits of the great round wing plane and its motor."

Stalin then withdrew from his pocket an agreement in English, which in return for the round wing secret (which first was to be delivered by Roosevelt), they would use Russian influence to make him head of the New United World Order of Nations. Vice President of the new body would be Joseph Stalin and Secretary General wouold be A.V. Molotov. All three parties signed and Sis witnessed the signature of her father, the head of state of the United States of America.

The next day a smiling Roosevelt met Churchill and said in parting: "I think it's time to consider giving the Russians the plans for the American round wing plane." Churchill glared at his former friend and replied. "Believe me! I well know you've been tricked by the flattery of that Brigand Stalin." And looking squarely at Roosevelt, Churchill ended the conversation by adding, "And you, Sir, have gone mad!"

Within four days, General Charles Lawson would be back before Truman, where he and key members
of the Senate-Congress would hear the taped story of how Roosevelt agreed to give Russia without congressional approval or advice of the U.S. military, whatever part of Europe the Russians desired, as well as the secret of the ages, the round wing plane.

Little did the members know that Estes Plateau, the visitor from another planet (Venus) who called on Roosevelt in 1943, had reminded him that his personal ambitions might some day place him the same category as Hitler and Stalin.

Yalta ended. The Americans came home. And President Roosevelt proceeded to keep his part of the terrible Russian bargain. Plans of the latest round wing plane were delivered to the Oval Office and placed in his desk.

One morning of late March 1945, Soviet Ambassador Andre Gromyko arrived at the White House for an audience with President Roosevelt. When the Russian left he carried an unmarked package that inside held the plans to the round wing plane on which Johnathon E. Caldwell and thousands of others from America, Canada and Britain had spent their careers perfecting.

Less than ten days later Gromyko asked for a second audience with the U.S. President. The Russian upon returning the plans of the round wing plane to Roosevelt told him that Russian engineers had umistakenly proved the blue prints were fakes and bore no relationship to the true design and motivational power of an operational plane.

The Russian diplomat was correct. On the night in which the plans lay locked in Roosevelt's desk, an unknown O.S.S. man entered with the help of Secret Service personnel and exchanged the authentic blueprints with fake ones.

The same day on which Gromyko brought back the doctored plans, Roosevelt called in Vice President
Truman and explained that "plans of the round wing plane he had requested had been substituted." Without explaining his own duplicity, the President asked Truman to get the proper plans as soon as possible and find who had substituted them or drawn false ones.

Vice President Truman agreed to the order, but as part of the task he urged that President Roosevelt first take a quiet vacational rest in his favorite spa, Warm Springs, Georgia. Truman promised that upon return the plans would be ready, and for the time being he believed that Roosevelt's absence would solve the immediate problem of preventing the round wing secret from falling into enemy hands. 

Roosevelt thought Truman's suggestion a perfect way to recuperate Yalta and he made ready to leave
immediately.

On April 5, Roosevelt died in Warm Springs and among the first to hear of his death and breathe a sigh of relief was Winston Churchill of England. Top U.S. air Force officers were also pleased as were
untold others aware of Roosevelt's perfidy. President Truman immediately sealed the Yalta papers of
his deceased predecessor among which included the round wing gift to Russia.

As the body of the late President lay in the closed casket guarded by four Secret Service men, Eleanor Roosevelt asked that it be opened so she could view her husband for the last time. The lid was lifted and for a few minutes she looked at the man whose vision had made the building of the round wing plane on a friendly international basis possible, and who took America into World War n, but whose ambition in the final days of his illness lead him to try and give away the greatest invention on the planet, the round wing plane. Had he not been stopped by the O.S.S. whose job it was to guard the nation's secrets, the military and science programmes that the Anglo/Canadian/American team had developed, would have been purloined by the Soviets, whose real goal was domination of the World.

Harry Truman who learned to read the foibles of human character during his days with the Kansas City Pendergast political machine, looked contemptuously at the stocky Russian in knee high boots, baggy knee pants and khaki shirt: "I'll call you Marshall Stalin and you address me as Mr. President!"

Because of the new American hard line under Truman, the Americans and British kept most of Europe
free from occupied Soviet control.

As a result of the military fear which the Stalin/Roosevelt agreement engendered, a tight cover-up prevailed over the round wing apparatus in the U.S.A., Canada and Britain. Even elected congressmen in the U.S.A. and members of parliament in Canada and Britain, or those appointed to the U.S. Senate or the Canadian and British upper houses, were kept from the deepening secrets of the round wing  plane, whether of a military, science or technological nature. As the security ranks closed, it became an indictable offense in Canada and Britain to publicly discuss or write about the phenomena, while in the U.S.A. other punitive and secret measures of censorship were employed.

Thus the round wing apparatus, which originally lodged itself in the security of the military and science worlds as a hidden technological process, gradually became a fortified position of mind power. The round wing security division often degraded those who inquired about the phenomena, and those human beings who ventured to expose the truth became enemies within the state to be destroyed if necessary. 

In short, by its covert composition, the guardians of the round wing plane complex had to circumvent
the laws of the state to survive and continue, the Freedom of Information Act eventually helped to rightthe wrongs of the cover-up by the round wing plane establishment.

(For preparation of this chapter, 78 year old CIA General Charles Lawson (not his right name) came out of retirement to aid the researcher and complete the book. When the OSS intelligence records were read at the National Archives (including the Stalin/Roosevelt agreement on the round wing plane), it was evident why the anglo American security ranks were closed more tightly after 1945. Gneral Lawson is considered by President Reagan and present and pats CIA directors as the greatest living legendary figure of World War H)

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