The Thule Gesellschaft and the Dalai Lama’s Yellow Hat Sect

compiled by Wes Penre, Thursday April 30, 2009 at 1:07 PM

The Yellow Hat Sect
The Yellow Hat Sect

Far from being a fringe secret society, the Thule society had members that reached into the German Aristocracy. It essentially had all of the beliefs expounded by Rosenberg and was the group that Hitler first came to at the beginnings of his rise to power. The Thule society came into being during that tumultuous period after the first  World War by Baron Rudolf Sebottendorff, who wrote about this in a book that was later banned by the Nazi’s ‘Bevor Hitler Kam’ (Before Hitler Came). Indeed this book is quite important in tracing the early philosophical leanings of the party. The Thule Society was not open to the middle class or the workers of Germany.

It was exclusively a rich man’s society and drew its members from the upper echelons of Bavarian Society. Indeed one had to show pure Aryan lineage back to the 30 Years War in order to join, one could not be deformed or even be just plain old ‘ugly’, one had to be one of the ‘beautiful people’. It was at this time that the Prime Minister of the Bavarian government, Kurt Eisner (a Jew) was assassinated by a disgruntled young count Anton Graf Arco, who had been refused admission to the Thule Society, presumably because  he was of Jewish decent. One of the prime suspects that the police questioned was the Thule Society’s leader.  Here we can understand that elitism and racism was an important part of the belief systems of those who formulated the early Nazi doctrine.  The assassination transpired in an atmosphere of general fear among the Bavarian elite that Bolsheivism (communism, and with it wealth confiscation) was making important inroads at the end of the war and that there was too much ‘Jewish influence’. This was ‘confirmed’ by the election of the Jewish socialist, Kurt Eisner. Continue reading “The Thule Gesellschaft and the Dalai Lama’s Yellow Hat Sect”

Exotic Matter-Antimatter Molecule Created

by Agençe France-Presse, Cosmos Magazine, September 13, 2007
Published here: Wednesday April 29, 2009 at 8:22 PM
Yin and yang: When an electron comes into contact with it's corresponding and opposite antimatter particle, the positron, they create a short-lived, hydrogen-like atom called positronium, before annihilating one another. Now physicists have succeeded in combining these atoms to fleetingly form molecules of positronium. Credit: Wikipedia
Yin and yang

PARIS: U.S. physicists have met a 60-year challenge to create molecules of positronium, a short-lived atom that comprises matter and antimatter.

The achievement may help the development of fusion power as well as directed-energy weapons such as gamma-ray lasers. Experts also hope that it will also spur explanations for a long-standing enigma about the universe.

Particle-Antiparticle Pairs

Under the standard laws of physics, for every type of ordinary-matter particle, a corresponding “antiparticle” exists. For instance, the positively-charged proton has a negatively-charged counterpart, the antiproton. The electron, which is negatively charged, is offset by the postively-charged positron.

When particles and antiparticles come together, the meeting is only very brief, for they annihilate each other in a flash of energy. In the case of electrons and positrons, the two species of particle create a short-lived, hydrogen-like atom called positronium, whose existence was first mooted in 1946 and confirmed five years later. Continue reading “Exotic Matter-Antimatter Molecule Created”

Making a Wormhole Just Got Easier…But It’s No Simple Matter

by Philip Ball, Nature News Service, June 2, 2003
Published here: Wednesday April 29, 2009 at 7:17 PM
A bit of 'exotic matter' and you could be going anywhere.
A bit of 'exotic matter' and you could be going anywhere. © GettyImages

Good news for time travellers – it just got cheaper. The amount material needed to build a window through time is infinitesimally small, new research shows.

To travel through time, all you need to do is open a wormhole in space-time and step through it. And to do that you need a magic ingredient called ‘exotic matter’, which is repelled rather than attracted by gravity.

The hitch is that no one has the remotest idea how to make exotic matter. But don’t despair, say Matt Visser, of the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, and his colleagues. They have shown that when we do figure out how to make the stuff, we won’t need very much of it [1].

As Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Quantum Leap and Stargate have taught us, wormholes are the preferred mode of transport for today’s fashionable time-traveller. These hypothetical tunnels connect distant parts of space-time, the fabric of our Universe. And despite the philosophical havoc that wormholes wreak with notions of causality, Einstein’s theory of general relativity – which describes space-time – allows them to exist. Continue reading “Making a Wormhole Just Got Easier…But It’s No Simple Matter”

Roots of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn

by Terry Mellanson, Bavarian Illuminati – Home of the Original Writings of the Illuminati, April 26, 2009
Published here: Tuesday April 28, 2009 at 12:29 PM

Rosy Cross

In my book over the Bavarian Illuminati it was established that the Gold- und Rosenkreutz [Golden and Rosy Cross] were the enemies of the Illuminati and vice versa. Why? 1) They were competitors for initiates; 2) Illuminati were rationalists and outright worshippers of reason, while the Rosicrucians pursued mysticism and theosophy and indulged in all manner of practical occultism (séances, theurgy, thaumaturgy, astrology, sorcery, kabbalistic magic and alchemy), which the Illuminati frowned upon, to say the least; 3) and the fact that the Rosicrucians were also aligned with the obscurantists of religious orthodoxy, the Jesuits, and recruited members from among its ranks.

A short overview of the “esoteric transmission” from the Golden and Rosy Cross can be had here. The Golden Dawn’s grade system is identical to that of the earlier 18th century secret society, and they benefited from “the entire esoteric corpus of this essential Rosicrucian order.” Continue reading “Roots of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn”

I Was Hitler’s Secretary

by Christa Schroeder,
Published here: Tuesday April 28, 2009 at 5:53 AM

As Hitler’s right-hand woman, Christa Schroeder had a unique insight into his intelligence, his temper, and his quirks. In this exclusive extract from her memoir, she describes her time at his side

Hitler with his secretary, Christa Schroeder

When replying to a tiny job advertisement in the German newspaper, Münchner Neuesten Nachrichten, I had no premonition that it was to determine the future course of my life.

It was 1930, and aged 22, I had just arrived in Munich from Bavaria, eager to explore a new part of Germany. The post was a secretarial one and I was invited by an unknown organisation, the ‘Supreme SA leadership (OSAF)’ to present myself in the Schellingstrasse. In this almost unpopulated street the Reich leadership of the NSDAP, the Nazi Party, was located at No. 50 on the fourth floor of a building at the rear.

In the past, the man who would later become Adolf Hitler’s official photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann, had made his scurrilous films in these rooms. The former photographic studio was now occupied by the Supreme SA-Führer, [editor’s emphasis] Franz Pfeffer von Salomon and his chief of staff, Dr Otto Wagener. Later I learned that I had been the last of 87 applicants. That the post was awarded to me, someone who was neither a member of the NSDAP nor interested in politics nor aware of whom Adolf Hitler might be, must have resulted purely from my being a 22-year-old with proven shorthand/typing experience who could furnish good references. Continue reading “I Was Hitler’s Secretary”