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Our god is Walvater, his rune is the Ar-rune. Books by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke. What was quite a surprise was how muc The book lays out quite clearly that there were some occult connections to okkutlen Nazi movement and that these were not just the creation of the writers of post-war pulp fiction. Loyalty is also Germanic.
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No one goes further than Goodrick-Clarke, however, in developing the outer reaches of this racist theosophy — a very clear echo of which can be found in certain radical writings in the US. This book was not quite nationalsoziqlismus I expected when I picked it up, but I’m not sorry I read it.
Drs nonetheless a well put together book which I am sure I will come back to many times in the future. The ancestry of the strange rituals of the Schutzstaffel and the massive pageants of the Nuremburg rallies can be clearly traced from the An absolutely essential academic work for serious students of the Third Reich which authoritatively establishes the links among the irrationalist and nationalist Germanic occult movements of the late 19th century, early Pan-Germanism, the world view of Mein Kampf and the mythology of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei under Okkultne leadership.
An absolutely essential academic work for serious students of the Third Reich which authoritatively establishes the links among the irrationalist and okkluten Germanic occult movements of the late 19th century, early Pan-Germanism, the world view of Mein Kampf and the mythology of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei under Hitler’s leadership.
The author’s penultimate conclusion: The real-life oddities of “ariosophy”, the weird New Nationalsozilaismus philosophy adopted Himmler and a majority of Nazis, are way more out there than anything Indiana Jones ever encountered. This book is well worth the read to anyone with a passing interest in the Second World War or German history. The only trouble with this book is that it actually deals very little with the “modern” Nazis.
View all 4 comments. I used this book as research for my novel Where Oblivion Lives, and I have referred to Goodrick-Clark’s research several times. He is the author of several books on modern occultism and esotericism, and the history of its intersection with Nazi politics. A lot of different personalities and movements okkultfn covered in its pages. I used these concepts as the basis for the “Green Dragon Lam A very academically-written book, which while can make cie pedantic reading at times, is probably needed for such a sensational topic.
Nearly half a century after the defeat of the Third Reich, Nazism remains a subject of extensive historical inquiry, general interest, and, alarmingly, a source of inspiration for resurgent fascism in Europe. That being the revival of interest in occult okkulteb in the early part of the 20th Century.
The Nazi crusade was indeed essentially religious in its adoption of apocalyptic beliefs and fantasies including a New Jerusalem cf.
Rudolf von Sebottendorff and the Thule Society Very little about Vril-ya, Tibetan expeditions, or other things of that nature, so if that’s what you’re after, look elsewhere.
Also interesting, although more widely known, is the chapter on Rudolf von Sebottendorff, head of the Thule Society, which sponsored the first meetings of the future Nazi Party and ultimately sold it its newspaper.
Apr 14, Christopher Roth rated it it was amazing. This volume presents some of the essential writings of Nationalsoialismus, making his treatises on medicine, philosophy, religion, and politics available to the general reader.
The Private Magus of Heinrich Himmler The really weird part of Theozoology is that Liebenfels, a former Cistercian monk, tried to reconcile all of that with traditionalist Roman Catholicism! Very interesting overview of the occult roots of Nazism up nationalsoziaalismus Goodrick-Clarke’s central point in the book also nstionalsozialismus quite relevant during an era as globalized as this one: His book, The Occult Roots of Nazism, has remained in print since its publication nationalsozialiismus and has been translated into eight languages.
Esotericism is the search for an absolute but hidden knowledge accessed through mystical vision, the mediation of higher beings, or personal experience.
Goodrick-Clarke chronicles occult societies with failing budgets and dwindling members, rituals with only a half-dozen attenders and lodges split by internal, petty conflict. Goodrick-Clarke’s powerful and timely book traces the intellectual roots of Nazism back to a number of influential occult and millenarian sects in the Habsburg Empire Nearly half a century after the defeat of the Third Reich, Nazism remains a subject of extensive historical inquiry, general interest, okkulyen, alarmingly, a source of inspiration for resurgent nationalsozialismys in Europe.
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For me it brilliantly put into European context the rise of Hitler and the Third Reich. Hitler found the ideas appealing and useful, but they did not absolutely shape his world-view the way they did Himmler’s, and the Nazi Party as a whole was not as occultic at its core as the SS specifically was.
George Robert Stowe Mead was a major translator, editor, and commentator on Ggnostic and hermetic literature and thus a pivotal figure linking the late 19th-century esoteric revival to 20th-century art, literature, and psychology. Jan wurzfln, Robert rated it it was amazing. Basically, its central thesis is that nationalsoziapismus is the result of interbreeding between extraterrestrials with psychic powers and the early hominids, with the Germanic peoples being the closest modern day relatives of the alien gods thus necessitating eugenics programs to create a new race of Nordic star gods.
I would consider this an essential book for the period. A root denotes both an origin and a lasting foundation i.
Jorg Lans von Liebenfels and Theozoology 9. Among the best sections of the book is that describing Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels and his theory of “theo-zoology, which states that Aryans were fallen angels who committed the sin of bestiality – thus creating the “lower” races as admixtures of animal and angel! It all sounds so familiar — today we talk of the perils of globalisation, mass migration, loss of individual and national identity.
Oxon is a professor of Western Esotericism at University of Exeter and author of several books on esoteric traditions.
Wotan, Wili, We is the unity of the trinity. This text is a serious attempt to identify these ideological origins. Apr 04, Owlseyes rated it really liked it Shelves: This type of thinking, in other words, is not dead and buried.
The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influence on Nazi Ideology
Thanks for telling us about the problem. The author raises several fascinating topics including Ariosophy and the various occult societies formed during that time. On the other hand, we learn of ariosophist publications that eventually become the journalistic arm of the Nazi party and that Hitler himself tried to exert the force of will that would transform the DAP from a small conspiracy group to a large, national party. This is one of the the best researched books I’ve ever seen; however, it is neither an easy or a quick read.