The Vril Society by Theo Paijmans Download PDF EPUB FB2
After more than two decades of painstaking research, this book unveils the darkest innermost secrets and history of a secret Nazi occult order.
The veil surrounding this most secret and legendary. The Vril society is believed to have been influenced by an English novel called "The Coming Race".
InEnglish politician and novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton had wrote the book, "The Coming Race", that described a subterranean world inhabited by beings who call themselves "Vril-ya".
Vril is a mysterious energy which is used by Lytton's subterranian race (refugees from the Deluge) to power their advanced civilization; it was later treated as a reality by occultists. The plot of this book was recycled for numerous 'B' pulp scifi movies. Free Download (below donate buttons).
What makes the Vril Society really weird is that it started out as a science fiction story and from an author who is rarely connected these days with anything short of a joke.
Edward Bulwer-Lytton (infamous author of the opening line, “It was a dark and stormy night”) was a Victorian-era writer. Its most inspirational book was “The Coming Race” by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, a story about an underground Utopian civilization where the inhabitants flew around in silent wingless vehicles, powered by a force called “vril” - hence the name of the society.
There is not a single book in German on this Vril Society and every other document which could have given a cross-reference to the name has been well and truly obliterated by the Allies. But, as you will see, not everything about it has disappeared. And it is a special pleasure for me to.
The Black Sun and the Vril Society Peter Moon tells us in his book The Black Sun, on page – “The Vril Society began around the same time as the Thule Society when Karl Haushofer founded the “Bruder des Lichts”, which means Brothers of the Light.
This organization is sometimes referred to at the Luminous Lodge. Named after a popular 19th century novel by the name of Vril, the Power of the Coming Race. The Vril Society book The book was widely appreciated throughout the English speaking world, and talked about an antediluvian race that had access to a highly advanced energy source called Vril.
The Vril Society revealed the idea of subterranean matriarcha l, the socialist utopia that ruled by the superior beings who mastered mysterious energy known as the Vril Force. The Vril Society believed that this energy sourced had no limited as it was a cosmic life-force energy and was greatly abundant.
It's tale of a subterranean Master Race, able to control a mysterious energy force, called the Vril. It inspired the Vril Society in Germany and beyond, and was believe by many to be very thinly disguised reality.
You owe it to yourself to peruse this highly entertaining and engaging seminal work, and see where many of our widely held beliefs /5(74). After more than two decades of painstaking research, this book unveils the darkest innermost secrets and history of a secret Nazi occult order, The Vril Society/5.
Book Description: "The Coming Race (original title), also reprinted as Vril: The Power of the Coming Race, is a novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton published in The novel is an early example of science fiction, sometimes cited as the first of this genre/5(33).
Vril: The Power of the Coming Race is not only important for its influence on societies such as the Vril Society but also as an early example of Science Fiction.
Sometimes it is even regarded as the first novel of this genre. The Vril Society presented the idea of a subterranean matriarchal, socialist utopia ruled by superior beings who had mastered the mysterious energy called the Vril Force. The idea for the secret society literally came from Bulwer Lytton’s novel The Coming Race ().
The book describes a race of men psychically far in advance of our own. It’s roots stem from The Vril Society that began around the same time as the Thule Society, when Karl Haushofer founded the “Bruder des Lichts”, which means Brothers of the Light, sometimes referred to as the Luminous Lodge.
From Peter Moon’s book The Black Sun: “A half billion years ago, the Aryans (known as the Elohim or Elder. Banned Occult Secrets of the Vril Society - ROBERT SEPEHR From Peter Moon's book The Black Sun: "A half billion years ago, the Aryans (known as the Elohim or Elder Race) began to colonize our solar system as Aldebaran’s became uninhabitable.
Marduk, existing in what is today the asteroid belt, was the first to be colonized, then Mars. The Vril Society was formed by a group of female psychic mediums led by the Thule Gesellschaft medium Maria Orsitsch (Orsic) of Zagreb, who claimed to have received communication from Aryan aliens living on Alpha Cen Tauri, in the Aldebaran system.
In a book Black Sun, Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity, Nicholas Goodrick-Clark says that there was a Vril society, “German researchers have recently established that such a group did exist in association with the astrological publisher Wilhelm Becker.
A legendary book, which was the starting point for the genre of science fiction, Theosophy, the New Age, The Force, and modern day conspiracy theories. It's tale of a subterranean Master Race, able to control a mysterious energy force, called the Vril.
It inspired the Vril Society in 3/5(1). Secret Space Program Disclosure and the Vril Society - ROBERT SEPEHR The Vril Society from LetUsReason Website. The Vril Society was one of he most influential of the occultic groups in post-WWI Germany, many of Germany’s social elite were members. Like the Thule Society, the Vril Society was at the base of the Nazi gnosis for the early leaders of the movement.
The Vril Society was also known as the Lodge of. Inunder anonymous cover, the writer-politician Edward Bulwer-Lytton published the novella Vril: The Power of the Coming Race. Bulwer-Lytton is. Website: Merch: S. This early science fiction novel offers a fascinating vision of a shadowy underworld populated by strange and beautiful creatures who closely resemble the angels described in Christian lore.
These beings, known as Vril-ya, live underground, but are planning soon to claim the surface of the earth as their own -- destroying humankind in the process/5(). vril are reported to become very ill, sometimes fatally so if they ingest vegetables. vril eggs are laid in a clutch and the offspring hatch as do other reptiles.
type 1,2 & 3 vril are not known to have wings. depending on the type of vril, their spit will have varying effects, however; the type 1 saliva is known to be fatal and intolerably.
The Coming Race (original title), also reprinted as Vril: The Power of the Coming Race is a novel published in by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. The novel is an early example of science fiction, sometimes cited as the first of this genre.
The Vril Society by Theo Paijmans, OctoAdventures Unlimited Press edition, Paperback in English5/5(1). Le Matin des Magiciens ("The Morning of the Magicians"), a book by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier, made many spectacular claims about the Vril Society of Berlin.
Several years later writers, including Jan van Helsing, Norbert-Jürgen Ratthofer, and Vladimir Terziski, have built on their work, connecting the Vril Society with UFOs.
Among. The novel is an early example of science fiction. However, many early readers believed that its account of a superior subterranean master race and the energy-form called "Vril" was accurate, to the extent that some theosophists accepted the book as truth.
Furthermore, since there has been a conspiracy theory about a secret Vril Society. VRIL AND BOVRIL Vril and Bovril v.26 February Page 2 of 10 Contents and train of thoughts Vril is the occult power behind the forces of matter and their common origin. Vril is the soul of the universe.
4 Nothing on earth can be compared with it. The lovely lady on the cover was a medium for the German Vril society, one of six of them who were best known for their long hair, and lovely countenances. The only exercise he recommends is one to increase the ability to concentrate, supposedly one of the exercises of St Ignatius Loyola.
This book is even humorous in its total misunderstanding Reviews: Maria Orsitsch (Her surname in other orthography: Oršić, Ortisch, Orschitsch, Orsic), born 31 October in Zagreb, Donji Grad, was a medium of the Vril society in Munich.2 The Vril group may have been a precursor to the US Template:Ufo (See CIA website, Collection/Stargate), as they had conducted Psychic research in the interests of the Nazi party.
1 Family 2 Vril society 3 Munich Device. The book was very popular and the idea of Vril became well-known and filtered into everyday language as a word to refer to any revatilising liquid.
In fact, the brand name of meat extract Bovril is a blend of “bovine” (cow) and “Vril” – as its makers wanted to suggest it was a power elixir.