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JFM—Jenseitsflugmaschine "Otherworld flying machine", a flying disc prototype (1922-24)

"White hole" theory by Rob Arndt:

“Once the JFM was activated, the cylindrical power unit which consisted of an electric starter motor and high power generator started the upper and lower disc plates spinning in opposite directions to create a rotating electromagnetic field that was increasingly intensified. The intensity and frequency of the field oscillations increased in theory up to a point where an interdimensional oscillation occurred, opening a gateway or portal to another world. The occultists called this a "white hole" that theoretically would connect the JFM to Aldeberan's corresponding frequency oscillations and navigate the machine through to that world. The sole purpose of this machine was to reach Aldeberan and make contact directly with those that had supplied the information through channeling.”[1]

The Munich Device regards the research and development of the very first Reichsflugscheiben ("Nazi UFO") in 1922 Munich, Germany.


The Thule, Vril, and DHvSS societies joined together in the 1920s to develop the Jenseitsflugmaschine (JFM) "Otherworld flying machine",[2] a metaphysical projekt involving psychic research. Construction began from 1922 to 1924 in Munich.[Note 1] It was later dismantled and sent to Augsburg for storage at Messerschmitt’s facility, where it was either destroyed or later moved up to Peenemünde and reassembled for further study.[2] the JFM became a prototype for the subsequent flying disc program of Rundflugzeug (RFZ) that was directed by the paramilitary group—the SS (Schutzstaffel).

  1. According to Robert Dale Arndt, Jr., a researcher in Nazi UFO history, "The machine itself was a disc craft with three inner disc plates inside and a cylindrical power unit running through the center of all three plates. The central disc plate measured 8 meters in diameter; above it in parallel was a disc plate of 6.5 meters diameter and below an equally parallel disc of 7 meters diameter. Through the center of all three disc plates ran a 2.4 meter high cylindrical power unit that fit into a running 1.8 meter hole that culminated at the bottom of the disc body with a conical point to which was attached an enormous pendulum to stabilize the equipment once the unit was operating." (Source)

JFM StargateEdit

The physic research for the Jenseitsflugmaschine was a type of precursor to the US Project Stargate program (See CIA website, Collection/Stargate). The rumored Vril society was said to be a group of physic mediums who channeled knowledge for "free-energy" propulsion, which they called "Vril". The information they tapped into, was turned over to Thule, which inspired an interest in creating an inter-dimensional portal.

Kosmic planes

Helena Blavatsky's Kosmic planes in her 1888 book, The Secret Doctrine

Multi-world dimensions is actually an ancient concept that dates back to Hinduism theology regarding the Lokas and Talas (Upper and lower Worlds). This concept in particular was adopted by theosophist Helena Blavatsky who outlined Kosmic planes in her 1888 book, The Secret Doctrine. The works of Blavatsky was of serious interest to the Vril society, because in Blavatsky's first work, Isis unveiled (1877), she portrayed "Vril" as a real, self-sufficient force.[3]

The plan for the JFM involved designing a round disc that was drafted in 1920, with construction beginning by 1922 in Munich. It's believed that physicist Winfried Otto Schumann, a professor at the Technical University of Munich, had been invited in 1924 to assist in Thule's JFM projekt.[note 1] Schumann's involvement in the JFM may have been the catalyst for the interest in aerial disc research by the SS (Schutzstaffel) in 1934.

Did the JFM successfully function as an inter-dimensional portal, as it was intended by Thule? The answer might be gleaned from Memorandum 6751, which specifically mentions a disc device that was possibly from the Lokas or Talas.

  1. Schumann's name is referenced on the SS 1943 Haunebu III plans.


Location Large Hadron Collider (1)

Map of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Meyrin, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland[4]

The JFM projekt inspired the 1934 Nazi flying disc program called Rundflugzeug (RFZ) directed by the SS (Schutzstaffel) from 1934 to 1945. But the original objective of the JFM, created by Thule, was to create inter-dimensional travel. The inspiration behind this was a desire to meet the entities with whom the Vril society psychically channeled in 1919.

CERN's Large Hadron Collider in Meyrin, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland, actually appears to follow an eerie outline of Kosmic planes that are similarly conveyed in Helena Blavatsky's 1888 book, The Secret Doctrine. With a long history of anomalies associated with the LHC, it's suspected that the LHC is a continuation of the JFM projekt.

Sergio Bertolucci (1)

Sergio Bertolucci

"Out of this door might come something, or we might send something through it," said Sergio Bertolucci, the Director for Research and Scientific Computing at CERN.[5]
Vishnu Vishvarupa

The Lokas and Talas (Upper and Lower worlds) embodied in the Vishnu Vishvarupa

Sergio Bertolucci, Director of Research and Scientific Computing at CERN,[6] theorized in 2009 that there could be an "open door", but that even with the power of the LHC at their disposal, they would only be able to hold it open "a very tiny lapse of time, 10-26 seconds, [but] during that infinitesimal amount of time they would be able to peer into this open door, either by getting something out of it or sending something into it."[5]

See alsoEdit


  1. JFM Jenseitsflugmaschine (Other World Flight Machine) (1922-1924) by Rob Arndt
  2. 2.0 2.1 ANDROMEDA-GERÄT (ANDROMEDA DEVICE) 1943-1945 by Rob Arndt
  3. Julian Strube: Vril. Eine okkulte Urkraft in Theosophie und esoterischem Neonazismus. Wilhelm Fink Verlag, München/Paderborn 2013, ISBN 978-3-7705-5515-4., pg. 65-69
  4. Forbes, LHC at CERN Accelerates 'Atoms' For The First Time by Meriame Berboucha, Jul 31, 2018
  5. 5.0 5.1 The Register UK, 'Something may come through' dimensional 'doors' at LHC, (2009) by Lewis Page
  6. Wikipedia, Sergio Bertolucci
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