Was Adolph an Abductee?
Art experts have stunned the world with the revelation that Adolph Hitler painted a UFO - long before he became the world renowned Nazi leader.
The Nazis are known to have reverse engineered alien spaceships. Now historians are beginning to ask what role Hitler's early contact with aliens might have played in his rise to power and the early successes of the Nazi regime.
Connoisseur and militia leader William H Carpenter, head of the Carpenter Foundation for Extraterrestrial Research & the Arts, says that Hitler's 1913 painting of Madonna and Child clearly shows a flying saucer beaming death rays.
Art critics have traditionally dismissed the object, which is seen hovering over fields in the background of the painting, as a poor rendition of the sun. "Most people know Hitler was a painter," says Rupert Poncy-Eversnoott, critic-at-large for leading London art autioneers Cysties. "But not everyone knows just how crap he was."
But Carpenter's reassessment of the painting comes to a much more sinister conclusion. "Hitler was known to paint from life," he says, "and I have no doubt that this is a scene he personally witnessed - apart from the Virgin Mary and Jesus, of course. The rest of the painting is executed with great skill. I have no doubt that the same goes for that unearthly craft in the background."
But was this the only time the budding genocidal maniac came into contact with extraterrestrial forces?
"Hitler's rise to power and the Nazis' stunning successes in conquering Europe, these can be explained in only one way," says Carpenter. "He had help."
Carpenter believes that Hitler may have been abducted by the same aliens he painted. "Alien abductees share some common traits," he says. "They believe themselves to have been chosen for a special purpose. They have a special message for the world which only they can deliver. If that doesn't describe Hitler, I don't know what does. And the aliens who abducted Hitler that day were themselves embroiled in a great conflict, which would have given Hitler a very warlike attitude."
Carpenter claims the proof of this is that the painting actually shows a battle between two extraterrestrial spacecraft.
"The saucer is at the top, cut in half by the edge of the painting," he explains. "If Hitler had simply imagined this, he would have been more careful. The way the saucer is cropped by the frame reminds us of photographs, snapshots where people's heads or feet are cut off. It's evident that Hitler was painting furiously and without any thought for composition. And that's because he was painting a dramatic scene unfolding in front of him."
According to Carpenter, the death rays emanating from the saucer partly mask another spacecraft - a triangular UFO. Yet triangular UFOs wouldn't become popular until 70 years after Hitler painted this image, and 40 years after the dictator's death.
"Clearly, this is a visionary painting," says Carpenter. "It demonstrates an insight into celestial entities and their technology that could only have been gained through direct contact."
The lack of documentary evidence to support the idea that Hitler was an alien abductee, and that the Nazis used alien technology, leads inevitably to one conclusion, claims Carpenter.
"It's a conspiracy," he says. "I believe a secret Nazi-Zionist-Marxist cabal of terrorist bankers is harboring this knowledge, this technology and will exploit it for their own sinister ends, probably as society begins to break down in the current economic depression."
We should all be alert for the signs, he says. But who should we watch?
"The Germans," he says. "It's always the Germans."