Adolf Hitler was born on the 20th of April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, a town in Austria-Hungary and reportedly died on the 30th of April 1945. Raised in a Roman Catholic family, Hitler’s father was reportedly Alois Hitler (possibly Frankenberger), an anti-clerical Roman Catholic and his mother reportedly Klara Pölzl, a devout Roman Catholic. Roman Catholicism being an offshoot of Christianity, which is an offshoot of Judaism, according to two passages of the Bible Jesus was king of the Jews as well as being a Jewish Rabbi.
According to Nazi official Hans Frank, Alois’s mother was employed as a housekeeper for a Jewish family and the 19 year old son of the family Leopold Frankenberger had fathered Alois. This would explain why after Saliva samples were taken from 39 of Hitlers relatives a chromosome found in Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews was found, although some historians dismiss the claim despite mounting evidence that Alois’s father and Hitler were of Jewish stock, because there is reportedly no record produced of Leopold Frankenberger’s existence.
Throughout his life Hitler was a Nazi Christian Satanist and Occultist with a variable belief & personal spiritual struggle throughout life, more religious throughout the early part of his life than towards the end. He was outwardly Christian and deeply religious in the 1920s and early parts of the 1930s, in 1937 Hitler was still a member of the Catholic Church although had fully discarded his belief in the Judeo-Christian conception of God. In 1945 Hitlers sister Paula was recorded as saying “I don’t believe he ever left the [Catholic] church. I don’t know for sure“. Hitler often spoke of his belief in a German Almighty Creator, a Lord, a Savior, a Lord and Savior, a God, a Lord of Creation, of World Spirit, a creator of the universe, a supreme force and an eternal Providence. At least three million members of Hitlers Nazi Party were registered as either Roman Catholic (offshoot of Christianity) or Evangelical Protestant Christians (offshoot of Judaism), 155,000 Nazi soldiers were Jewish.
Hitler was surrounded by and influenced by Roman Catholics, Evangelical Christians, Satanists, Knights Templar, Freemasons, Luciferians, Satanic Occultists of the Vril society and the Thule Society, Rosicrucians, Illuminati, scientific illuminists of the A∴A∴ and Ordo Templi Orientis, Anthroposophists, Theosophists, Neo-Templars and Armanum to give examples. He was involved with people who participated in ritual sex magic as well as human and child sacrifice. Hitlers Chief of the Nazi Party chancellery Martin Bormann was an open Satanist.
Hitler reportedly supported the Deutsche Christen church, he is said to have believed Jesus was certainly an Aryan not a Jew and Jewish apostle Paul falsified the message of Jesus, he believed in the survival of an Aryan humanity. He believed “the stars are not sources of light but worlds, perhaps inhabited worlds like ours“.
Hitler was reportedly a secretive person, he was a fierce opponent of the Vatican hierarchy, he is said to have used religion tactically as an instrument that could be useful for social engineering.
Throughout the duration of the Third Reich Hitler opposed the Jewish perspective of Christianity, he believed it was founded on lies and myths, in perpetual conflict with itself, he believed Jewish Christianity had corrupted the entire world of antiquity. He spoke of how the Jews believe Jesus was the son of a whore and a Roman soldier. He believed Aryan Jesus wanted to act against Jewish world domination so Jewry had him crucified.
Near the end of his life Hitler is said to have believed he was more than a man, a Messianic figure, he was said to have been secular, materialist, scientific and an anti-judaic-religion atheistic Germanic pagan and believed in natural law of selection by struggle and survival of the fittest, he believed God and nature to be the same thing, he believed in sun-worship.
A little known occult group may have been the inspiration for one of the most terrifying ideologies of the 20th century, it formed a dark fellowship that was established nearly 100 years ago. It seems that its original members believed that they could live below the Earths surface and, fly to distant stars. Their power would be a mysterious substance called Vril, they also believed that one day they would take over the world, they came very close.
The mysterious group claimed influence in the highest ranks of the German power structure of the 1930s, this dark fellowship may have been a Nazi cult.
The stories of histories dark fellowships strike fear into many hearts, but what are the truths behind the stories. Throughout history there have been secret organizations striving for influence in political circles, but if the bizarre legends about the Vril society are true, the organization is particularly unsettling.
“The Vril Society is the most mysterious German secret society ever in history, they were originally founded before the the second world war and, their influence reaches out even till today” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Its members are said to have included senior figures in the Nazi party like Hermin Goring, Heinrik Himmler and, even Adolf Hitler.
“The Vril Society was a dark fellowship, they sought to achieve the mastery of the Aryan race” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Before they were able to influence the Nazis, Vril occultist worked in complete secrecy doing anything to promote Aryan power.
“What they did, that ranged from straight forward political assassinations trying to invoke the spirits of the dead, good old fashioned, what one one might call sexual orgies and, more sinisterly human sacrifice” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Michael Fitzgerald is one of just a few historians willing to identify the secrets of the Vril society, few records exist, but he claims first hand sources.
“Some of my information about the Vril society has come from direct sources, some of them swore me to secrecy during their lifetime and, have now died” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
So he is now free to offer his assessment.
“Vril Society is a group of people founded at the end of the first world war and, it included many people who were to go on to become prominent in the Nazi party” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Like any secret society it had its secret practices, but what made the Vril Society so unique was its members obsession with an intangible power force called Vril.
“This power was universal energy, it could do anything, all currents of harm and, healing and, so on were enclosed within it. It’s similar to the Indian concept of Prana in many ways or the Chinese concept of Chi” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Chinese philosophers believed that Chi is the life energy that runs through us all, the Vril Society believed they could harness this energy.
“And they believed that Vril power could be used to gain material power” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“And so they were frantically searching for this Vril force” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Dutchman Theo Paijmans has dedicated 25 years of his life to studying the Vril Society.
“My research has established that certain bureaus in Nazi Germany were frantically searching for this new energy” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Obtaining supernatural power might require supernatural efforts.
“They sort the power of Vril through a variety of different means, there were naturally meditative practices which were obviously the mainstay of most of their activities” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
But they weren’t meditating to gain inner peace.
“The theory is that they practiced these meditation techniques in order to further the strength of the Vril in themselves” (Author Theo Paijmans).
If it was a strength that could potentially dominate the world wouldn’t the members of the Vril society done more than esoteric meditation to obtain it?
“They were also very involved with what one might call loosely sex magic” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“There is an enormous history of sexual magic going back to witches and witches using sexual powers, this is nothing new” (Author Alexander Berzin).
Members of the society are said to have used the magic of sex to summon the power of Vril.
“There were some sexual practices that went on in the Vril Society” (Author Alexander Berzin).
This carnal method of harvesting Vril was less magical and, closer to an excuse for swapping partners.
“They were swingers” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Group sex and, meditation couldn’t really be considered evil, and were not exactly unique in the early twentieth century. But the Vril society may have had more sinister rituals.
“The darkest side of the Vril was undoubtedly their belief which dates back many thousands of years that to sacrifice a young child will give more power than anything else if you were turning to the darkness and, that is what they did” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
After the first world war many illegitimate and, orphaned children lived in Bavaria, children’s whos disappearance would go unnoticed and, legend had it the Vril of a child was the most concentrated and, most powerful.
“They were seen as being gateways between the astral and, the material world in a way that adults were not, so consequently they were ideal victims for human sacrifice” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Human sacrifices to harness an intangible energy, where did this Vril notion come from? The bizarre concept had been hijacked and, distorted from a science fiction novel.
After the first world war a bizarre cult called the Vril Society flourished in Germany, it took its name from a supernatural force Vril that could bestow immense power on anyone who could harness it. The concept of Vril was expounded in a book published in 1871 called ‘The coming race’ written by Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
“In that book he describes an underground race called the Vril-ya” (Author Theo Paijmans).
And they have complete mastery of the Vril force.
“And with that they can do almost anything” (Author Theo Paijmans).
It was pure science fiction but it captured an audience and, made them firm believers in Vril.
“And he falls through a crack and, finds himself in a subterranean world inhabited by a race of super beings called the Vril-ya, who live down there and, who have access to this magical energy, this strange electro fluid called Vril“. “Gives them the power to do almost anything, they can use it to heal, they can use it to kill” (Anonymous).
“They can also destroy mankind in the blink of an eye” (Author Theo Paijmans).
And anyone who harnessed this power could wield it.
“The protagonist finds out in the course of the novel that a child could use Vril to destroy an entire city” (Anonymous).
So imagine if this Vril existed and, got into the wrong hands. Could it be that some aspects of Nazi philosophy stem from ideas in a science fiction novel?
“Lytton’s novel ‘The coming race’ in many respects precursor-ed at least some of the ideology that led to the final solution” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“This superior race which is explicitly linked to the Aryan races can manifest, it can control and, this just struck a chord in Europe particularly” (Anonymous).
And following the devastation suffered from World War 1 some Germans desperately wanted to associate themselves with such a superior race.
“Perhaps nobody could believe that this science fiction was fiction” (Anonymous).
“The end of the book comes with a very serious warning” (Author Theo Paijmans).
These subterranean keepers of the Vril could destroy mankind.
“Should they come up and decide they wanted to colonize the surface of the planet, we would be doomed” (Anonymous).
“It may seem a kind of tabloid truth that one would expect to find in sensational newspapers, but the Vril society really were consciously dedicated to the service of evil and, by their impact on the founders of the Nazi party they installed that evil into the senior leadership of what was to become the most evil regime in the twentieth century” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Most sources say that the Vril Society was founded in 1918 at a mysterious meeting in the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden. It was a holiday center and, would later house the country retreat of Adolf Hitler. It is said that in a mountain lodge a group of occultists and, high ranking German nationalists secretly gathered to create a powerful inner circle called the All German Society for Metaphysics otherwise known as the Vril Society.
“Essentially it was founded by two people, Rudolf von Sebottendorf” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Von Sebottendorf had been very active in the occult movement, he was a Freemason, and alchemist, and a founder of the Thule Society. Their belief in a mythical civilization was a precursor to Nazi Aryan ideas.
“His real name was Adam Glauer and, he was the so of an engine driver but he gave himself, awarded himself a title of nobility” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
In creating the Vril Society von Sebottendorf was joined by a man who would darkly influence world history.
“The other main person within it was Dietrich Eckart” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
He was said to have strong powers of persuasion particularly in his anti-semitic writings.
“Dietrich Eckart was Hitlers closest personal friend between 1918 and, his death in 1923” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Eckart believed he was paving the road for Germany’s own savior.
“He was in many respects a mad genius, its no accident he spent a great part of his time in and, out of mental institutions” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“The founder of the Vril went by a very curious name” (Author Theo Paijmans).
John the Baptist.
“And we all know that in the Bible John Baptist is sort of paver of the road for the true messiah” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Eckart was also one of the master minds behind the Nazi party.
“Eckart saw Hitler as the German Messiah, he saw him as the man sent to save the country” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And he wasn’t the only Vril founder who felt that way, it has been suggested that these two men were joined by two women. Mediums responsible for finding the hidden occult truths and, harvesting Vril.
“In those days it was the golden age of what was known as physical medium-ship, where not only were they forever moving objects and, table turning and, levitating, but also they used to produce a substance called as ectoplasm out of their bodies” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
One of these mediums is said to have predicted the new German Messiah.
“During her state of trance she declared that the apparition she had given form to was going to be the next German Messiah who she proceeded to name as Adolf Hitler” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
So the Vril Society may have indeed paved the way for the person that they would promote as the countries Messiah, their next step would have been to secure his ultimate weapon, Vril.
“They believed that that would give them power” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
This occult group of German Nationalists may have grown quickly to become an elite inner circle of the Nazi party.
“Many of the top leaders including Hitler himself were members of the Vril Society. Karl Harrer Anton Drexler and, Dietrich Eckart are three of the most important figures in the transition from the Vril Society to the Nazi Party” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Eckart was considered to be the darkest of them all and, dedicated to Hitlers success.
“He did have certain perverse gifts, not least of which was to train Hitler in the use of what one might loosely call the power over human heart and, the human mind” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Hermann Göring commander of the Lufftwaffe was said to be a member.
“It is virtually certain that he was introduced to it in around 1920 probably by Dietrich Eckart” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Alfred Rosenberg minister of the Third Reich probably a member.
“Rosenberg believed that the Aryan race was superior to every other of course and, you know, he believed that Jesus was not Jewish but an Aryan” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Rudolf Hess deputy Führer another likely member.
“Hess believed everything, he used to sleep with magnets under his bed to try and, draw off harmful emanations” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Martin Bormann chief of the Nazi Party chancellery also thought to be a member.
“Martin Bormann was probably considered the most evil one, he was an avowed and, open Satanist. He was quite categorical about his desire to exterminate Christianity as well as Judaism, because he saw Christianity as simply as he called it, a Jewish perversion” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And the most senior Nazi in the Vril Society, Adolf Hitler himself.
“Hitler was by definition a dark person, but he took advantage of the dark fellowship of the Vril Society for his own ends” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Hitler is said to have used the frenzy surrounding this occult group to his advantage, manipulating its members.
“Not one of the members had an iota of his ruthlessness and, in a sense intelligence” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Hitler used any means that he could including the occult fanaticism of the era as a tool to help his rise to the top.
“And he saw the whole thing consciously as a means to an end which was the transformation of Germany and, the establishment of himself as its leader” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
But he did have some deep occult beliefs of his own.
“He believed to considerable extent that occult forces or what everyone likes to call them, Vril bearer, had some kind of reality” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Some believe his first occult exposure happened just before World War 1 in Vienna when he met a man named Lanz von Liebenfels.
“Von Liebenfels thought Hitler was a natural medium” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Von Liebenfels was obsessed with the Aryan occult, he was known to frequent ancient town of Karnten in Austria where the Germans defeated the Romans in the first century.
“He invented a whole new religion that he called Ariosophy” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And he made his bizarre beliefs known publicly.
“He published a magazine called Ostara which was full of racial ramblings and bizarre occult philosophy” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Hitler was allegedly an avid reader of Liebenfels pamphlet.
“He actually physically advocated that the Jews should be killed simply for being Jewish” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
With this racist teaching Hitler was one step closer to Vril and, the final solution. But how is it possible that a dark fellowship as bizarre as the Vril Society could even exist, let alone contribute to the most evil regime in modern history?
“It had an influence on world history out of all proportion” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
The confusion surrounding the era offers clues to the Vril Societies influence.
“It was a very convoluted time, there were a multitude of secret societies” (Author Theo Paijmans).
From about 1888 well into the 1920s hundreds of secret societies formed, reformed and, gave birth to new and, even more secret sub groups. Some were dangerous nationalistic orders like the Serbian black hand society responsible for the assassination of the arch Duke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.
“Black Hand society was largely responsible for the first world war” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And many of the eras dark fellowships were simply racist, sharing the sentiments of Lanz von Liebenfels who believed Aryans were Gods.
“He also believed that the Jews were literally children of the Devil” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
The thirty years leading to the formation of the Vril Society was an era obsessed with the strange combination of racial solidarity and, the occult.
“Magic and, occult ideas dominated thinking of virtually every class of society in the late nineteenth century” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
But of all the mystic of the time, one persons writings may have been the genesis of the phenomenal occult frenzy, Madam Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.
“I would say that Blavatsky provided the metaphysical framework that has gathered together the vast, vast streams of the ancient wisdom into a coherent system” (Theosophist Edi Bilimoria).
Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society in 1875 and, established herself as a kind of sage in the occult realm. Theosophists believe in a combination of Asian and, occult ideas to promote the concept of a superior Aryan race.
“She traveled throughout the world for spiritual reasons” (Author Alexander Berzin).
“Madam Blavatsky wrote, well several books, but the particularly influential one was the ‘Secret Doctrine’” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
It was based on knowledge she acquired in India and, Tibet.
“She claimed that she got her teachings from secret messages from Mahatma’s in the Himalayas” (Author Alexander Berzin).
This ground breaking book written in 1885 did something no other book had ever done, it combined science and, religion.
Some branches of late nineteenth century European philosophy drew inspiration from a combination of the occult and, eastern mysticism. One leading proponent of these concepts was Madam Petrovna Blavatsky who managed to combine the precepts of both religion and, science.
“Suddenly science like with Darwin had seemed to destroy the possibility of religion and, Blavatsky was saying, ah you can still believe in evolution yet be religious because this is how it works, you know” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Her writings included anti-semitic notions that fueled later groups like the Vril Society.
“The ‘Secret Doctrine’ had an extreme racist view” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Some interpret her writings to say that semitic people had not evolved as far as the Aryans, but she was actually writing of the ancient Aryans whos Indo-Iranian name means noble, they had simply migrated further than other races and so they were more evolved.
“The misrepresentation of Aryan means ‘we are the master race’” (Theosophist Edi Bilimoria).
Blavatskys ancient Aryans were not the same as Hitlers twentieth century Aryan race.
“The ‘Secret Doctrine’ clearly have anti-semitic and, racist undertones” (Author Theo Paijmans).
“This is the danger of letting out high level truths because of the danger of misrepresentation” (Theosophist Edi Bilimoria).
The ‘Secret Doctrine’ was written as a spiritual teaching and, a kind of esoteric study of evolution, not an inspiration for the master race.
“But the racial aspects are the ones that appear particularly obviously appeal to the Nazis” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“The world has shown the ghastly effects of twisting what is sacred knowledge and, perverting it to ones own personal aims” (Theosophist Edi Bilimoria).
When the Vril Society was founded, Blavatskys teachings were more popular in Germany than anywhere else in the world.
“Seriously it was that influential on German thought, it really was” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Like the coming race, Blavatskys book was misunderstood and, its ideas were twisted to support the many other racist philosophy’s rampant in Europe. So by 1918 the time was ripe for the formation of the Vril Society and, the search for ultimate power.
The Vril Society saw this power as a kind of metaphysical petrol.
“The Germans needed it because Germany as we know did not have fossil fuel reserves, they had a method of creating synthetic fuels but they were in desperate need for other energy’s” (Author Theo Paijmans).
In addition to their occult methods for finding this energy they began an actual quest for the all important Vril. They followed in Blavatskys footsteps to Tibet. Vril Society member Karl Haushofer organized expeditions to Tibet starting in 1923, their mission, contacting the Aryan forefathers in the cities deep underneath the Himalayas, they would certainly be the guardians of the Vril. And, by the third trip, they were measuring the skulls of the locals, convinced the Tibetans were the Aryan ancestors. Eventually Hitler formed a Nazi organization to track the Aryan race.
“They spent more money on that than the United States spent on the development of the atomic bomb” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
That would be 20 billion dollars in todays terms.
“For work that frankly produced no tangible results” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“And so in the end the Germans left” (Author Alexander Berzin).
But whether they found Vril there or not the Germans did bring back one very important thing from Tibetan culture, something Blavatsky had waxed poetic about in the ‘Secret Doctrine’.
“Within its mystical precinct lies the master key which opens the door of every science, physical as well as spiritual” (Madam Helena Petrovna Blavatsky).
How could Madam Blavatsky have known this mystical figure would become the symbol of hate?
“A great many of the Vril society members were conscious Satanists” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And these evil men were emblazoned with a symbol, the Swastika, its mystical resonance was of great interest to the Vril Society and, by 1920 it would virtually belong to the Nazis. Previously though the Swastika had been a symbol of luck and, good fortune in Asia.
“A lot of persons these days forget that before it became an ominous symbol in Nazi Germany the Swastika was to be found everywhere” (Author Theo Paijmans).
It was originally meant as a symbol good fortune, it took on a very tangible meaning that of the letter ‘G’ and, for Freemasons the word geometry.
“Well not only did it stand for geometry and, math and, so on, but it stood for Nordic, the old Norse Gods, it was a symbol of Thor” (Author Alexander Berzin).
“There was a village in Canada called Swastika and, they had a female hockey team called the Swastikas with the Swastika embroidered on their skirts and, it makes very lovely photos” (Author Theo Paijmans).
By 1920 it was no longer a benign symbol, in adopting the Swastika the Nazis did make one significant alteration.
“Hitler and his cohorts did a funny thing, they changed the direction of the Swastika” (Author Theo Paijmans).
It no longer turned to the right.
“His concept of the Swastika was very influential” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Hitlers Swastika turned in the opposite direction to the left and, the left hand path is synonymous with evil.
“The left hand path which is something that clearly derives from Roman mythology and, in fact all mythologies where evil Gods are centered on the left side and, the good Gods are centered on the right side” (Author Theo Paijmans).
This is Hitlers Swastika in 1920, it quickly became in-bedded in Nazi culture and, a variation of it has become known as a sign of the Vril Society. It’s found here in Wewelsburg castle the home of Heinrich Himmler commander of the SS and, a suspected member of the Vril Society.
“He was frantically searching for various means of winning the war and, in the end one can say it turned him insane, although in my opinion the seeds of his insanity were already there” (Author Theo Paijmans).
“Himmler of course was probably the most lunatic of any senior Nazi party member” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“He was mystical, he was a dreamer” (Author Theo Paijmans).
“He was a real junky for every cult and, wacky idea going” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And he was an architect of Nazi ideology.
“There are fascinating photos and, this I have never understood, of Himmler with his twelve year old daughter visiting a concentration camp, a death camp, now who on Earth would take his daughter to a death camp” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Perhaps only a man obsessed with absolute power would do that and, such a man would be the perfect candidate to renovate a sixteenth century castle as a Vril center piece.
“Within this castle we find a richness of symbols, of signs and, of occult things of significances that point towards his, well the fulfillment of his dreams” (Author Theo Paijmans).
The north tower holds the darkest symbols.
“The north tower clearly is the embodiment of all that Himmler felt was dear and, precious to him and, it points towards an occult significants in his philosophy’s” (Author Theo Paijmans).
A feature of the tower was the Solar Wheel or Black Sun the occult symbol for the Vril Society.
“Clearly this Sun Wheel meant a great deal to Heinrich Himmler, what the Solar Wheel exactly was who can tell” (Author Theo Paijmans).
It was however likely to impress members of the SS visiting the castle.
“The SS was seen by Himmler as being part of a mystical order” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Himmler wanted an imposing headquarters for his SS cohorts, he performed weddings and, funerals for them here.
“It’s alleged that even the full black mass was said to have been performed at Wewelsburg on two or three occasions” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
But if that ultimate Satanic ritual was celebrated at Wewelsburg it would have been undertaken in another part of the tower, the crypt. In this bizarre room with its excellent acoustics Himmler created a frightening arena for his elite SS men. There were pedestals around the sides placed possibly for attending rituals and, Vril society meetings and, a peculiar space in the center probably for Himmler himself.
“But this is funny, in the sense that, if this is the center where the acoustics work the best and, the most, then what was the purpose of the center meant for? Would that have been the place where Heinrich Himmler told about his wildest dreams?” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Was this nightmarish place the focus of all things Vril? Did Himmler have it constructed to be the place where the most despicable rituals could take place?
“This is of-course is one of these things that one will not know for certain” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Was it here that Himmler held his notorious Vril experiments?
“This quack doctor called Rascher who used to literally freeze prisoners until they were on the point of death and, then he would put naked prostitutes against their bodies to see if that would revive them and, then if so they were then instructed to have sex with them and, then all the temperatures would be taken. Himmler called it animal magnetism but it was essentially Vril based” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Himmler may have been searching for Vril through sexuality.
“Course it was ridiculous because fifty percent of the male subjects used to die, the experiments were undoubtedly inspired by Himmlers subscription to the notion of Vril” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Were these experiments held here in Himmlers center, or elsewhere within the castle walls? Unfortunately, there are no written records or living eye witnesses to reveal with certainty exactly what occurred within the walls of Himmlers Wewelsburg.
The Vril Society was unique among the secret societies of the era, one reason was that it included women as members.
“Every woman in the Reich stands ready as any man to fight and, die in service of the father land and, you know, this is true, this is true. There were probably more women than there were men in many respects” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“It is very important to realize because a lot of the masonic groups were male only and, a lot of the esoteric groups were male only” (Author Theo Paijmans).
But not in the Vril Society, after all the females in the coming race were superior to the males.
“Women were seen really in a way as being like almost divine” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Women would have been welcomed because their feminine energy was required to properly attain Vril, but Hitlers personal view was far more practical.
“He actually felt that women were actually the soul of the nation and, that they were going to carry on the legacy of National Socialism” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
It is believed that two women became senior leaders of the Vril Society.
“Countess Von Reventlow was possibly the most well known one” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And it’s possible that her prominence led to her death, she suffered a mysterious and, fatal bicycle accident in 1918 shortly after the Vril Societies inauguration.
“She got executed” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Countess Von Reventlows assassins were members of the German Communists party, people strongly apposed to the National Socialists.
“Ludendorff’s wife who was the only other one that was of comparable importance she broke with the Vril society at a fairly early stage” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
That may have been when her husband Erich Ludendorff became disillusioned with politics and, left the Vril Society and, the Nazi party in 1923.
Most of the women in the Vril Society served two primary purposes.
“Sex was seen as a national duty” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Following World War 1, one primary purpose of women in Germany was to replace the lost soldiers by having many German babies.
“There was actually a huge drive towards birth to increase productivity” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And the prospect of making babies took on an element of fun at the time.
“Anything that could be an escape or fun would be good” (Author Alexander Berzin).
The Vril Society may have taken fun a step further into sex for occult power.
“To combine power with pleasure it was kind of like nationalization of the sexual instinct” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
And in a dark fellowship sexual instinct might invite sexual magic.
“Women in the Vril Society were often mediums” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
In an era obsessed with the occult there were many practicing mediums and, mediums were typically women. With secret societies dabbling in the occult rampant throughout Germany in the 1930s successful mediums were in great demand and, the Vril Society held such women in high esteem.
“They were considered to be particularly receptive channels between the ordinary world and, the astral world” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“Well it sounds like a fascinating and, novel concept, but clearly it is not. I mean in Germany we have female mediums doing exactly that” (Author Theo Paijmans).
“They didn’t have any political influence in any way and, that what they essentially did was try and channel in the Vril power and, then translate it out into the rest of the people in the room, a kind of psychic photosynthesis one might say” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
One bizarre legend suggests that the female founders of the group were receiving messages about Vril from other galaxies.
“Well, it’s been alleged that the Vril Society was able to contact beings from Aldebaran and, so on, that depends on your point of view” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“It’s not strange that these ideas would evolve or mutate into ideas of long haired women communicating with people underneath the Earth and, other planets, why not? It makes a better story, it’s more fun” (Author Alexander Berzin).
The idea of two long haired mediums communicating with other galaxies through automatic writing was not so outrageous in 1918.
“There was this fascinating book that I held in my hand just yesterday, it was published in 1823 and it’s called ‘Voyages to the sun, the moon and, other planets’ and, it was written by a female medium at that time, 1823. So clearly the idea that two female mediums are involved in communicating with an interstellar civilization on Aldebaran in 1970 is not new ” (Author Theo Paijmans).
And long hair also had a long tradition.
“The long hair of the women is partly a throw back of course to the old days to the valkyries maidens and, so on” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“I wonder how much of this is borrowing themes from Vargner” (Author Alexander Berzin).
Naturally not all women of the Vril Society were long haired beauties, but all of the Vril Society legends like everything surrounding the organization were larger than life. Exaggeration was part of the plan and, that exaggeration included Heinrich Himmlers nightmarish castle.
“This all could have been a stage prop, a setting, a fitting setting for Himmlers plans and, Himmlers evil dreams, it’s a very clever ploy of propaganda” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Propaganda was an integral part of the entire Nazi culture.
“Ensuring that the Third Reich would survive of our darkest dreams” (Author Theo Paijmans).
So what was real and, what if anything has become of the Vril Society?
“The problem with researching the Vril Society today is that clearly this concept attracts people of unsavory character” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Today there are many people still obsessed with Nazis, Hitler and, the most evil side of the occult, they intermingle legend, fantasy and, propaganda with the scarce facts. Some also believe in the possibility that intergalactic flight could be achieved through the Vril Society.
“The Nazis were at the very last two years of the war working on secret projects” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
Their ultimate scheme was the flying disc project, a concept based on Vril Society ideas.
“We can clearly read in the 1930 pamphlets published by the Vril society that yes there were blueprints, theres even a whole chapter explaining what an ideal spaceship might look like to them if the right technology was being used” (Author Theo Paijmans).
“The Vril sources were actual blueprints” (Historian Michael Fitzgerald).
“I do know that devices for both with the technology that the Vril Society was propagating well before the second world war” (Author Theo Paijmans).
We don’t know for sure whether Nazi scientists created flying saucers, but the Vril Society did envision them.
“Am I skeptical of the whole Nazi UFO myth, yes, on the other hand there are certain things that I still find hard to discount” (Author Theo Paijmans).
But the evidence has vanished.
“The strange thing is that we know that these devices were built, but we can’t find them anywhere anymore” (Author Theo Paijmans).
It has even been suggested that Vril technology was adapted for the US and, Russian space programs.
“I don’t think so, I think they would be further at it than anyone else on this planet” (Author Theo Paijmans).
So we’re left to wonder what became of Vril technology and, what became of the Vril Society.
“Well, the irony of history is that Nazi Germany towards the end of the world war pretty much evolved into becoming the Vril-ya themselves” (Author Theo Paijmans).
In some ways Hitlers Nazis did become subterranean society, they built bunkers connecting one Nazi member to another and, countless tunnels containing weapons factories.
“They did this as is the official stance because allied bombers were bombing German cities and, German factories into smithereens day after day, night after night” (Author Theo Paijmans).
One place where they built weapons was the tunnel complex in Nordhausen.
“We know that they built their V1’s and, V2’s there” (Author Theo Paijmans).
Hundreds of very real V1 and, V2 rockets built underground sored through the skies to destroy their enemies, it has been said the ‘V’ stands for Vril, if true, Nazis and, the Vril-ya have become one.
“My theory is that the search for this force changed themselves into, well, the carriers of the force” (Author Theo Paijmans).
More than sixty years after the fall of the Third Reich where are the remanence of the Vril Society, are they gone, or are they ancient relics hiding away somewhere, does a new regime exist among us still plotting and, scheming?
“When you look at the tapestry of signals that I am receiving and, I have received over the years one can say that yes,there is still a Vril Society but not comparable to what it was once before” (Author Theo Paijmans).
There still could be devotees of a fictional power amongst us today.
“Vril in itself if it had been there yesterday it still is here today” (Author Theo Paijmans).
And Vril belief does still exist.
“Every atom is basically 99% Vril energy” (Robert Blumetti).
Today in America a small religious organization exists called the church of Vrilology where Bob the Vril master calls on the Norse Gods for Vril balance. Though they seem a bit different than the norm, the church of Vrilology is not the reminiscent of the evil Vril Society, they’re simply a group of people trying to find there way to the light.
“What we teach is to develop a relationship between the subconscious and, the conscious so that we can through the conscious mind take the Vril energy and, transform it into what we want in our lives” (Robert Blumetti).
The original occultist members of the Vril Society were at the other end of the spectrum looking directly and, deeply into the darkness to harvest and, execute ultimate power.