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The Thule Society, Nazi Party founders.

The Thule Society (Thule Gesselschaft), the real inspiration of Nazism, was founded in August,
1919, in Munich, as an off-shot itself of the Germanen Order, under the initiative of a strange
character named Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorf. Among its most important members were also
Max Amann, Anton Drexler, Dietrich Eckart, Hans Frank, Rudolf Hess, Alfred Rosenberg,
Gottfried Feder, and others who later became Nazi leaders. Adolf Hitler belonged to the Society
as an "associate" or "visiting brother."
The emblem of the Thule Society depicts a German dagger over a sinistroverse swastika of
curved legs inscribed in a circle.
The Thule Gesellschaft was a front for a whole web of secret societies which had similar racist
and anti-Semitic occultist roots. Among the members of these groups were influential people,
like the political theorist Gottfried Feder, whose Hammer Union furnished cadres to the future
Nazi Party. In this circle of initiates was also Hans Frank, a lawyer member of the Nazi party and
future governor-general of Poland, who at that time was involved with a society for heraldic and
genealogical research, headed by Dr. W. Daumenlang. Daumenlang was infatuated by his
discovery of a swastika in the coat of arms of the Hohenzollern.
The initiative for the creation of the Thule Gesselschaft came from Baron von Sebbotendorf,
head of the Bavarian branch of the Germanen Order. In the name of the Thule Gessellschaft
Sebottendorf bought the newspaper Vlkischer Beobachter --which later became the official
Nazi Party journal. Dietrich Eckart, for many years Hitler's mentor, provided the money for the
Sebetendorf was a Freemason.
Although Himmler admired the ceremonial nature of Catholicism and modeled the S.S. partially
on the Order of the Jesuits
He had been driven crazy and proclaimed himself the Anti-Christ after becoming involved with
one "Frater H", who was actually a spy sent by Naval Intelligence to infiltrate the O.T.O. That
spys name was L. Ron Hubbard!
On page 80 you said that one of Hitlers astrologers, Erik van Hannussen, had taught Hitler
"what body language and hand gestures to use in public speaking." Is this perhaps why so many
of his speeches were so effective -- because there were subliminal occult messages embedded in
Hitlers carefully-crafted mannerisms?
PL: Less subliminal occult messages and more an artful carving of space around him. Body
language has only comparatively recently become understood as a means of subliminal
communication; I believe Hannussen was ahead of his time in understanding that posture, and

gesture, communicate as effectively -- and subliminally -- as the actual words one uses. I also
believe that in 1930's Berlin this would be considered an occult art and not something from a
psychology textbook.


Photograph taken in the late twenties, is from the annual commemoration of the Munich beerhall putsch. The survivors of the 923 debacle, lead by Hitler himself, reenacted every year their
march to the Feldherrnhalle. Wreaths were then laid at the tombs of the 16 martyrs of the Nazi
movement. The banners show the typical sinistroverse Nazi swastika standing on one of its
angles. On the lower part of the banners are depicted some "Aryan" sigel runes.