> In a message dated 3/1/2004 11:11:57 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> pstauden@... writes:
> > also denounced ariosophy. Do you conclude that ariosophy
> > had nothing in common ideologically with Nazism?
> I have no conclusions about what ariosophy had in "common ideologically"
Dear Christiue ,
Ariosophy was the basic sistem of beliefs of the early Nazi bosses that
were former followers of Thule Geselleschaft. (See Goodrick Clarke and
others). When the nazis changed from a little party till to become the
State itself , they " put in a corner" some of the old Ariosophy's gurus,
like Lanz or Glauer (alias Von Sebottendorff) , who died in Turkey in
1945. It's easy to undserstand why. Glauer, for instance has been writing a
"Before Hitler came" book just dedicated to explain the occult roots of
Nazi beliefs .
PS' tricky answer about it is one of his typical way to shuffle the cards
on the table and it's a way to give not answers at all. Rabbit's escape.
If you have a look at what I have been posting a couple of days ago about
the flight of Hess to UK you'll find also that the link between Ariosophy
and English non-christian occultism is one of the keys that helps us to
grasp the core of the occult events behind WWII.
I am trying to establish what Anthroposophy did or did not have in
> "common ideologically with Nazism. Perhaps the other references you give
> other "self-proclaimed Nazis" will help with this. Thanks. (Christine)
> > Peter
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