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Creepy Coincidence of the Deadly Double – Pearl Harbor advance-knowledge Conspiracy Theory

A few weeks before the Pearl Harbor attack, a pair of strange ads appeared in the New Yorker. They seemed to be advertising a dice game called The Deadly Double. One of the ads showed a pair of dice with the characters 0, 5, 7, xx, 24, and 12 on the visible faces. Above were warnings in a variety of languages: “Achtung! Warning! Alerte!” The other ad showed people in a bunker and explained that the dice game was essential air raid survival gear. The company logo was a suspiciously Germanic looking double eagle.
The ads have a somewhat strange design, but only in retrospect did they appear to contain a coded message. The numbers could allude to the date of the Pearl Harbor attack (12/7), with the other numbers representing codes to be deciphered by sleeper agents in the U.S. The Deadly Double itself was thought to refer to the twin threats of Germany and Japan.
Like many mysteries, retellings of this story emphasize the unknown and leave out crucial facts. The 0 and 5 are sometimes thought to foretell the exact time of the attack, but the first aircraft opened fire on Pearl Harbor at 7:48 a.m. local time. Books on mysterious events like to leave this story unresolved, as though the identity of the ads’ creator remains unknown to this day. In truth, it was traced to a game company in Chicago that made a dice game called the Deadly Double. Their war-themed ad might seem like poor taste today, but the numbers on the dice matching the date of Pearl harbor was pure coincidence. Still, it was weird enough that the FBI got involved.

No sooner had the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941, that the home front became obsessed that lurking in the shadows was a Japanese traitor or Nazi spy, saboteur, or subversive hiding behind every bush, gathering all of the United States’ valuable information.
As a result of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the nation was on high alert for spies, especially “suspicious looking Orientals.” Many law enforcement officials took matters into their own hands. At a major naval base in Norfolk, Virginia, the chief of police located all Japanese aliens living in his city and ordered them jailed – all fourteen of them. In Newark, New Jersey, police officers’ were given the authority to board trains and arrest all suspicious looking Orientals and to use their own judgement when determining if an individual of Oriental origin “looked suspicious” or not. Other state’s followed, singling out many individuals as “suspicious looking Orientals.”
Meanwhile, agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation spread out across the nation and methodically picked up several thousand individuals listed on their subversives. ( by July 1942, a total of 9,405 loyalty suspects were taken into custody by the FBI.) In addition to that overwhelming task, the FBI agents had to track down or follow up on the many rumors that flooded the agency’s field offices about people assisting in the attempted sabotage of the United States.

One of the FBI’s investigations focused on two suspicious ads that appeared in the November 22, 1941 issue of the New Yorker Magazine – sixteen days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. The strangely worded advertisement promoted “the Deadly Double.” a new dice game which prompted hundreds of calls from curious citizens into the FBI’s Manhattan offices.
The first small ad appeared near the front section of the New Yorker and contained the words: “Achtung! Warning! Alerte!” A pair of dice (one black and one white) was featured at the bottom of the one column ad. The numbers 12 and 24, and the XX symbol was shown on the faces of the white die. On the black die, 0, 5, and 7 were shown on the faces. The words “See advertisement Page 86” was printed above the images of the dice.


On page 86 the same words were blaring across the pages in bigger text: “Achtung! Warning! Alerte!” Below the headline were the words ‘The Deadly Double.” An image of a stylized drawing of an eagle appeared below the words.
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, there was speculation that the ads were placed by Nazi and/or Japanese spies as a way of communicating to their agents in the United States that war was imminent.
The numbers 12 and 7 could have represented the month (December) and the day (the 7th) and the numbers 5 and 0 the time of the planned attack. The XX could have stood for the approximate latitude of the target. The numbers 24 could have been a code to designate which enemy has actually placed the ad.
The layout and drawing of the larger ad on page 86 brought about more theories regarding the intended message. A drawing of what appears to be the noses of three bomber planes flying over the ocean toward their target, which everyone assumed to be Pearl Harbor with what looks like a bomb exploding on the water, antiaircraft shells bursting in the skies, and searchlight beams crisscrossing the sky.
The words “The Deadly Double” has been interpreted to represent the war partners, Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan. The image of the eagle seemed similar to the symbol of Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich.

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The FBI discovered Monarch Trading Company as the party responsible for placing the ad. However, it turned out to be a dummy corporation. A white male was identified as the person who physically brought the plates down to the New Yorker and paid for the ad in cash. Of course, he did not leave his name or his address. The FBI was eventually able to identify the man but he mysteriously died a sudden, violent death a few weeks later.
To this day, the question remains: Was the ads placed in the New Yorker a sophisticated means of communication for German and Japanese espionage operatives in the United States to warn their allies that the Japanese were about to launch a sneak attack somewhere in the Pacific? Swamped by a deluge of other investigations in light of the Pearl Harbor attack, the understaffed FBI was unable to explore the possibility which is very unfortunate, because once again, on Tuesday, September 11, 2001, at 8:46 a.m., the United States was subjected to yet another sneak attack by al-Qaeda led by Osama bin Laden.
It was claimed at the time that the 12 and 7 could have referred to the date of the attack (December 7); 5 and 0 may have indicated the time of the attack and the XX (20) might have stood for an approximate latitude of the target. As for the other advert (see left) at the bottom were the words THE DEADLY DOUBLE and underneath this was a double headed heraldic eagle with a shield bearing a double cross (XX). This was all very similar to the armorial device of Germany.
These suspicions were taken seriously enough to be investigated by FBI agents and they made visits to the people who had placed the advertisements. These were a Mr and Mrs Roger Craig.
The game turned out to be legitimate and was sold in several New York stores.
The fact that the US government had looked into the matter was kept under wraps until 1967 when a U.S naval intelligence officer, Ladislas Farago, broke the story in a press release for a book he had written called The Broken Seal.
At the time Roger Craig’s widow was emphatic that any connection between the advertisements and Pearl Harbor ‘was just one big coincidence.’

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Top-secret Mogul project: how the US spied on the USSR

There is a hypothesis that the famous UFO crash in 1947 near Roswell (USA) is just the fall of one of the intelligence probes launched by the Americans to collect espionage information in the USSR.

Was there a UFO?

Vladimir Vasiliev, a senior researcher at the Institute for US and Canadian Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, citing materials from the US Air Force, wrote that starting in 1947, the United States of America launched weather balloons as part of the Mogul Project secret program, which were supposed to track nuclear tests in the Soviet Union.

US President Bill Clinton at one time stated that he, as head of state, was not provided with conclusive evidence of the UFO crash near Roswell, although he requested information about it.

How many probes were launched?

According to the Roswell Report, prepared and published by the US Air Force headquarters in 1995, there were about 100 launches of spy weather balloons, and they were carried out from June 1947 to February 1949.

John Podesta, the head of the White House’s apparatus under Bill Clinton, officially declared in 2002 that there was no UFO crash in “area 51”, but he didn’t specify what actually happened near Roswell in 1947.

Was the project top-secret?

Boris Shurinov, president of the Russian Ufological Society, author of Roswell’s Riddle, cites facts in his study that show that Americans initially tried to cover up their intelligence activities, disguising them as the story of the crash of an unidentified flying object.

American ufologist Carl Pflock in his report on the Roswell affair wrote that it was not a flying saucer that crashed there, but a bunch of balloons – a reconnaissance vehicle launched by the US Air Force as part of the Mogul project from the Holloman air force base. 

According to Pflock, the Mogul project received a high level of secrecy, however, according to Shurinov, work on the creation of spy acoustic probes became known in the second half of the 40s, in particular, New York University was engaged in this. 

The equipment, suspended from neoprene and polyethylene balloons, was supposed to record shock waves from explosions at nuclear test sites of the USSR. In fact, the effectiveness of these probes was low, they fell, not lasting in the air for several hours. 

According to Pflock’s report, some of the fallen probes were never found, the rest were wrecked in various parts of the United States, mainly near the military base from where they were launched. Pflock wrote that the probes had a special metal plate with an inscription that said about the reward of the finder of the probe.

The effectiveness of these launches in terms of intelligence gathering by many researchers is being questioned, mainly due to its high cost. Subsequently, these probes were replaced by seismic detectors, which were much cheaper and more functional.

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Red UFOs. Stalin suspected of alien attacks on the United States

The Soviet leader was suspected of organizing an alien invasion of the United States in 1947 in order to destabilize the situation in the country.

In early July 1947, the most famous UFO incident in history occurred in America. The Roswell crash was the beginning of a UFO mania, which swept in the second half of the twentieth century, first the United States, and then most other countries. 

A lot of books and articles have been written about what happened then, and the debate has not subsided so far. But one of the most recent hypotheses explaining the Roswell incident confidently puts all the pre-existing ones aside. It turns out that the “invasion of aliens” in the United States was organized by none other than the head of the USSR Joseph Stalin!

The collapse of the ” flying disk “

In early July 1947, an employee of one of the ranches, a few kilometers from Roswell, told the local sheriff that at night he heard a certain explosion, and the next morning he found debris on the ground of a strange aircraft. It was described as a “flying disk” with a diameter of approximately 3.5 meters. At the crash site, fragments of foil and rubber were found, but no electronics, engines, or other things specific to aircraft were found.

Information from the sheriff got into the media, which reported that a flying saucer had collapsed on the ranch. However, this message was almost immediately denied by the military. An official U.S. Air Force press release reported that debris from a weather balloon was found at the ranch.

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After that, the story was forgotten for almost 30 years and was overshadowed by other strange incidents. But in the mid-70s, in the wake of the popularity of UFOs, more and more stories of witnesses of the Roswell incident began to appear in the press. Sometimes their testimonies were frankly doubtful. The first to speak was one of the employees of the air base, to which the wreckage of the device was delivered. He said that, in his opinion, this device was not a weather balloon and the military simply came up with this version so as not to disturb the public. 

Very doubtful witnesses followed. So, one of the UFO hunters said that his familiar engineer that night watched the crash of the plate and saw not only the wreckage, but also the bodies of its crew. These were humanoids. True, the engineer who saw them could not confirm these words, since he had long since died. Another witness claimed that he also personally witnessed the crash, only the pilots did not die in the accident, but were next to the plate. True, this witness was only five years old at the time of the collapse of the apparatus.

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In the wake of these revelations, enthusiasts have written several voluminous books about the Roswell crash, which came out in considerable print runs and aroused interest not only among UFO hunters, but also among the general public. 

The story gradually became part of the American cultural mainstream; several documentary investigative films were shot about it. But the real sensation was the video published in 1995. Its owner assured that it was kept secret for almost half a century and it cost him considerable work to get a record.

On the film, several pathologists performed an autopsy of the body of a dead humanoid, allegedly found at the site of the crash of the apparatus. Leading media and television channels fought for the right to show this film, and in the end it was sold for a very impressive amount. The video was immediately dubbed the most reliable confirmation of the existence of UFOs in history, although skeptics immediately drew attention to a number of inconsistencies. 

In particular, pathologists performed an autopsy with such a huge number of errors and violations of instructions that it seemed that they were doing this for the first time. Doubts aroused some other technical details. In the end, the former owner of the video publicly admitted that it was falsified. Pathologists were actually amateur actors, and the bodies of aliens were made by a professional artist and sculptor.

However, this fact did not in any way prevent the popularity of the Roswell incident, which by that time had turned into a self-sufficient myth on a global scale. Until now, new versions of this incident have been appearing with enviable regularity. However, a few years ago, an unusual hypothesis appeared that even the most daring and impudent ones expressed earlier faded against it.

Stalin humanoids

In 2011, American journalist Annie Jacobsen, published a book entitled “Zone 51. The Declassified History of America’s Most Secret Military Base.” In it, she puts forward an openly shocking hypothesis – behind the alien invasion of the United States stood the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. 

The version sounds frankly insane, but Jacobsen is not some crazy conspiracy theorist, a blog for a dozen subscribers, but a very famous and respected publicist and investigative journalist. For example, she reached the final of the Pulitser Prize – the most prestigious world award in the field of journalism. But how could Stalin command the aliens, the very fact of whose existence has not yet been proved?

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According to Jacobsen, no aliens actually ever existed. All this was a falsification organized by the USSR to destabilize the situation in America. It turns out that the famous “Angel of Death” from Auschwitz, Josef Mengele, famous for his sinister experiments on prisoners of the camps, did not escape to Latin America, but was captured by the Soviet army and forced to work in a secret “laboratory” for the benefit of Soviet science.

A similar fate befell two talented German aircraft designers, the Walter and Reimar Horten brothers. They were transported to the USSR and left to work on experimental aircraft.

In 1938, Orson Welles hosted a radio show of Herbert Wells’ War of the Worlds. In several small American towns, listeners accepted the production as real news bulletins on the radio, which provoked a panic among local residents. This story was ridiculed by American newspapers and became known throughout the world. 

According to Jacobsen, Stalin was aware of this story and decided to use the “War of the Worlds” effect to destabilize America, while relations between the recent allies deteriorated by leaps and bounds, while the USSR did not even have the theoretical ability to invade the United States. The only option to undermine the stability of the enemy for him was the falsification of an alien invasion.

According to the plan, several teenagers of 12-14 years old were selected for the operation. Mengele had to undergo plastic surgeries and enlarge their heads and eyes to resemble humanoids (Jacobsen describes them as “guinea pig people”). Then they were put in a remotely controlled top-secret apparatus in the form of a flying saucer, designed by the Horten brothers. 

They had to land in the middle of a large American city in front of thousands of witnesses. This “alien invasion” would cause a panic, a collapse of stock indexes and other unpleasant events. However, during the flight over New Mexico, the device fell into a severe thunderstorm, control over it was lost, the disk crashed. It is these bodies and debris that witnesses saw.

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Jacobsen claimed that the main source from whom she received these materials was a certain engineer and a “veteran of the Manhattan Project.” However, she categorically refused to give his name, and after the publication of the book she faced a wave of criticism for using, to put it mildly, dubious sources. 

Some of the reviewers pointed out that similar versions had previously been voiced on Internet forums either by jokers, or by completely marginal conspiracy theorists. Therefore, Jacobsen is either too trusting of his sources, or too lazy to check.

In addition, almost every item in this version consists of outright fraud. In the 1950s and 1960s, in conditions of general secrecy, some of them could not be unambiguously exposed. However, in our time, the fate of all the defendants in this story is tracked almost every minute and is not in doubt.

Mengele was never in the territory of the USSR. At the end of the war he was captured by the Americans, but since his name did not appear on the list of important criminals at first, he was released. Until 1949, he lived in the western part of Germany under a false name, and then obtained documents of the Red Cross on a foreign surname and emigrated to Argentina.

In addition, Mengele never engaged in plastic surgery and changes in appearance. His area of ​​interest was genetic abnormalities and the reproductive sphere. It was absolutely pointless to invite him to conduct plastic surgery, with the same success it was possible to call the first one he met.

Unloading the captured Horten Ho 229 V3 by U.S. Army personnel, August 1945. Photo © Wikipedia

The Horten brothers really became famous for their experimental aircraft. Horten Ho IX, a jet aircraft designed according to the “flying wing” scheme, brought glory to them. At that time, airplanes looked completely different and a similar glider really looked exotic and even alien. 

Some researchers believed that the UFOs observed after the war in the USA were in fact experimental Horten aircraft created in the United States. However, in reality, the brothers did not end up either in America or in the Soviet Union. One of them emigrated after the war to Argentina, and the second remained in the western part of Germany.

None of the original witnesses who saw the 1947 accident reported any humanoid bodies. This evidence appeared 30 years later from frankly dubious characters. Finally, the meaning of such a complex operation is completely unobvious. If the USSR really developed such a device, and even remotely controlled, it would immediately be classified so that only a few people would know about it. And they certainly would not send the latest development into the hands of the enemy for the dubious effect of a five-minute panic.

Obviously, the Jacobsen version is untenable. With many arguments against, there is not a single convincing argument in her favor, with the exception of the dubious words of an unnamed engineer. Which, perhaps, was simply invented for the sake of giving the next Roswell sensation at least some credibility.

What really happened in Roswell in 1947? The U.S. Air Force twice (in 1977 and 1994) officially stated that the object found was actually the wreckage of a special balloon. These balls, equipped with special microphones, were used at high altitudes as part of the Mogul project to detect sound waves from possible nuclear tests in other countries. 

The project lasted two years, after which it was phased out due to the high cost. But in 1947 he was considered top-secret. In order not to attract attention to him, it was officially announced that the debris found in fact belong to the crashed weather balloon. However, these explanations did not convince everyone, and new hypotheses and assumptions continue to arise around the Roswell incident.

Source: LIFE Magazine

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Looking for Planet X: Everyone can already see Nibiru

The following article is quoted from an archived New York Times article from … July 1, 1987:

According to NASA’s scientist John Anderson, if a large planet is located at the edge of the solar system, it should travel in an elongated orbit almost at right angles to the orbits of other planets. According to him, such an orbit will bring the planet closer to the rest of the solar system only every 700-1000 years.

Dr. Anderson voiced this new hypothesis about the possible existence of Planet X at a press conference at the Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. The center manages the flights of the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft, which are now more than four billion miles from the Sun on courses that will ultimately deliver them to interstellar space.

Astronomers have long searched for Planet X to explain amazing observations showing disturbances in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. These vibrations indicated that some large distant object had a gravitational effect on known outer planets. The search led in 1930 to the discovery of Pluto, but it turned out that it was too small to disrupt the orbits of Uranus and Neptune.

After two Pioneer spacecraft flew over Jupiter in the 1970s, they were sent along a trajectory beyond the boundaries of known planets and monitored to see if they were exposed to an invisible gravitational force. Small space stations almost do not produce their own gravitational forces, so they are sensitive indicators of any distant gravitational perturbations.

Dr. Anderson said that for five years of accurate measurements and analysis, he did not find anything in the Pioneer data that could reveal gravitational effects that cannot be explained by the forces of the famous nine planets.

In fact, according to Dr. Anderson, a review of astronomical data over the past 75 years has failed to provide clear evidence of such disturbances. But the observations of the 19th century, which caused subsequent speculation, after careful study by astronomers at the US Naval Observatory, were confirmed – that is, something affects the orbits.

Dr. Anderson concluded that the apparent presence of some power in the 19th century and its absence can now be explained by the existence of a large object, which is now at a great distance from the Sun – approximately opposite Uranus and Neptune.

“The best explanation,” said Dr. Anderson, is that the object is in orbit tilted at right angles to the orbits of the other planets. Thus, in the last century, it crossed the plane of other planets and is now located far from the plane in its elongated orbit.

According to the hypothesis, the object should be five times more massive than the Earth. If he were more massive, his presence would be detected. If he were less massive, his strength would probably not be large enough to push Neptune out of orbit.

The hypothetical Planet X also figured in the assumptions about the cause of mass extinctions on Earth, which apparently occur regularly every 26 million years. Daniel P. Whitmere, an astronomer at the University of Southwest Louisiana, suggested that Planet X could follow a course in which every 26 million years it perturbes a cloud of comets in the outer solar system and thus sends destructive meteorites to Earth.

“We do not support this theory as a working hypothesis,” Dr. Anderson said in a telephone interview. “But we do not refute this.”

In 1987, Dr. Anderson, speaking at a press conference at the Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California, thwarted a round of applause, but after 30 years, such statements are not perceived in the same way. Meanwhile, everything is easily explainable and falls well into place.

The fact that something else was detected at the edge of the solar system by astronomers back in the 19th century and the observations of these people were confirmed not by a youtuber, but by astronomers at the US Naval Observatory. And what do the supporters of the New Chronology say about the 19th century?

They say that all the “historical events” until the 19th century were sucked out and that in fact several centuries ago there was some kind of disaster, after which people began to dig out the silt of the city and build civilization from scratch. But after causing this catastrophe, Nibiru did not evaporate – it moved on the same course, where Uranus and Neptune moved slightly – which was noticed by astronomers of the 19th century. 

Then Nibiru moved further and the effect of influence on the planets disappeared – there were only asteroids that were turned upside down, which revolve around the Sun not like everyone else, but in perpendicular orbits. 

And now Nibiru is approaching again. The direct descendants of those who survived the past cataclysm and retained technology now, obviously, just rule the world. They know exactly the date of the next pass to Nibiru, therefore, on the eve of this date, a command was given to defame the topic. And if in the middle of the last century astronomers wrote scientific articles about Nibiru, now no one will pickle so that they do not consider him a fool. 

Nevertheless, although the Apocalypse has almost come, Nibiru is not very visible. Why not? It is not visible because some kind of people spray chemtrails with a special composition that absorbs light of a certain spectrum:

 

But, despite these titanic efforts, Nibiru can still be noticed – just buy a mask of a welder or look at the Sun through special glasses:

Thus, the person shows the whole procedure live. The fact that this is not a glare is obvious. Whoever wants to – can repeat everything, whoever does not want to – let him believe after seeing the message on TV: apparently, the blind will see soon enough and severe events may start soon. 

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