Dark Fellowships: Nazi Cult TV - Michael Fitzgerald - Theo Paijmans - Secrets of the Nazi Occult TV -
A little known occult group may have been the inspiration for one of the most terrifying ideologies of the twentieth century. It formed a dark fellowship that was established nearly one hundred years ago. It seems that its original members believed that they could live below the Earth’s surface and fly to distant stars. Their power would be a mysterious substance called Vril. They believed that one day they would take over the world. Dark Fellowships: Nazi Cult, 2008
This dark fellowship may have been a Nazi cult. ibid.
Members of the Society are said to have used the magic of sex to summon the magic of Vril. ibid.
The concept of Vril was expounded in a book published in 1871 called The Coming Race written by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. ibid.
The All German Society for Metaphysics, otherwise known as the Vril Society. ibid.
The Thule Society – their belief in a mythical civilisation was a precursor to Nazi ideas. ibid.
The most senior member in the Vril society – Adolf Hitler himself. ibid.
One person’s writings may have been the genesis of the phenomenal occult frenzy – Madam Elaine Blavatsky. Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society in 1875. ibid.
Himmler may have been searching for Vril through sexuality. ibid.
It included women as members. ibid.
Today in America a small religious organisation exists called The Church of Vrilology. ibid.
The Vril Society was a dark fellowship. They sought to achieve the mastery of the Aryan race ... Straight-forward political assassinations, trying to evoke the spirits of the dead ... Sexual orgies and more sinisterly human sacrifice. Michael Fitzgerald, author Storm Troopers of Satan
This concept attracts people of unsavoury character. Theo Paijmans
‘Key members of the Nazi Party in particular Himmler & Hitler were not just a little into the occult, they were absolutely obsessed by it.’ Secrets of the Nazi Occult, author, BBC 2016
There were two secret societies at the core of these esoteric beliefs … The Thule Society … the Vril. ibid.