An old chest bearing the symbol of a secret Nazi organization was dug out by a team of scientists in rural Southern Russia. What was found inside the chest is “unlike anything known to man” and could change the world as we know it.
Nazi artifacts are rather common discoveries in Russia. But what was found in this particular Nazi chest is truly gruesome and remarkable in every way. A team of explorers led by scientist Vladimir Melikov discovered the chest in a cave on Mount Bolshoi Tjach, in Russia’s Adygea region.
“We unearthed it near the Kamennomostsky village in the Adygea region, in a secluded hideout in the woods,” the leading scientist said.
A burial site of Nazi infantry believed to have been killed in an avalanche was discovered in the same area, not long ago.
Ahnenerbe, a secret Nazi institute known formally as “The Research and Teaching Community of the Ancestral Heritage, was founded on July 1, 1935 by Heinrich Himmler, longtime friend of Adolf Hitler, leading member of the Nazi Party, and one of the people most directly responsible for the Holocaust.
“We found a large brown chest with a leather handle and the emblem of the secret Nazi society Ahnenerbe on the top,” Melikov said. Originally, Ahnenerbe conducted research into the archaeological and cultural history of the Aryan race, in the hopes of proving that the world was once ruled by a mythological Nordic population.
The secret Nazi institute soon shifted its focus to UFO studies, occultism, and paranormal research, due to Himmler’s interest in such matters.
But what could have Ahnenerbe possibly looked for in one of Russia’s most secluded areas?
The secret Nazi society is known to have made expeditions all over the world, to look for gold and explore ancient tombs.
According to Ivan Bormotov, an associate professor at the Maikop State Technological University, Ahnenerbe organized secret expeditions to the mountains of Adygea in August 1944.
Bormotov said “it is not certain whether the Nazis knew exactly what they were looking for, or what they expected to gain from the expeditions”.
However, historians think the Nazis were trying to find the so-called “living water” they believed could be used to produce human blood plasma.
Bormotov believes “the living water was more than enough reason” for Nazis to carry out secret expeditions in the mountains of Adygea.
The recently found chest and its contents were reportedly dug out in good condition and the inscription “Ahnenerbe” was crystal clear and authentic beyond question.
“The lid of the chest is clearly showing the official emblem of the Ahnenerbe, consisting of Nazi runes,” scientist Melikov said.
A ring showing a soldier in a mountain cap was found alongside the chest.
Vladimir Melikov believes the ring belonged to one of the Nazi soldiers who carried the chest.
A detailed, full-color map of the Adygea region made by the Germans in 1941 was also unearthed at the same time. Explorers were surprised by the map’s accuracy.
Inside the chest, Vladimir Melikov and his team of explorers found two mysterious skulls with what appeared to be some kind of strange horns.
When Melikov first laid eyes on the skulls, he thought they were fossilized animal remains. However, after a closer examination, he was truly shaken by what he had found.
“They are unlike anything known to man,” Melikov said.
“Note the round hole at the bottom of the head. It is the base of the spine. The position indicates that this creature moved on two legs. Another strange thing is the absence of cranial vault and jaws. A mouth, several holes distributed in a circle. The eye sockets are unusually large, and they two separate growths shaped horns. However, the facial bones are flat, as in hominids,” the scientist explained.
According to Melikov, the skulls belonged to a bipedal species unknown to science, most likely an alien species that visited Earth in the past.
“Among the most mysterious features of the skulls is the absence of cranial vault and jaws,” he said. “The eye sockets were unusually large, having facial features resembling humans.”
“Even when compared with the skull of a bear, it is hard to think that you do not have in your hands the remains of an alien creature,” the scientist added.
Melikov believes the mysterious skulls belonged to ancient aliens that visited Earth a long time ago. Some other researchers and mythologists think the skulls could be demonic creatures.
According to other scientists and historians, the remarkable discovery reaffirms the possibility that Adolf Hitler and the Nazis were searching for advanced alien technology during the Second World War.
The Nazis were long believed to have sought ancient alien remains and manuscripts in the hopes of gaining access to advanced alien technology that might have helped their war efforts.
However, the speculations were never confirmed.
Hitler’s Nazi Germany was actively involved in developing new military technology capable of changing the course of the Second World War. In this context, the Ahnenerbe institute was investigating UFOs, trying to make contact with alien species and obtain advanced technology. Vladimir Melikov’s recent discovery confirms this theory.
Mythologists, on the other hand, believe that Melikov’s extraterrestrial creatures are in fact horned divinities which are thought to have participated in the creation of the world.