Thursday, November 5, 2015

Vril & The Alien Women


And so it begins…

It started in England, back in 1589. A bright, young man of 19 years, William Lee, was in love with a girl who was preoccupied with knitting socks. Socks were an important item of clothing in the 16th Century and knitting them by hand was a slow but necessary process.

Contact With Extraterrestrials
It was December of 1919. The head of the Thule Society, Karl Haushofer, had invited a handful of the most respected occultists to meet at a secluded cabin in the forest foothills of tha Alps, near Berchtesgaden. The guests included a representative of the Knights Templar and a specialist in Asian artifacts. As they gathered together, Haushofer revealed a surprise. Two young and exceptionally beautiful women joined the group.

One of the young women was very quiet. She was barely 18 years old and, for some reason, her real identity was a guarded secret. She was introduced as “Sigrun”. Her significance will reveal itself later.

The other woman was Maria Orzich [right]. Aside from their stunning appearance, both had exceptionally long hair (contrary to the current vogue) that was worn in a ponytail. Haushofer introduced them as transe-mediums and announced that Maria had received a communication from an extraterrestrial civilization. Some of the communication was in the form of text — automatic writing — written by Maria in her altered state. She showed the group several pages with strange symbols.

Haushofer had the pages long enough before the meeting to have shown them around. He had determined that one was written in a secret Templar code while the other was in a “Sumerian alphabet”. Both had already been translated. The texts made some shocking claims, but offered proof of their validity — instructions on how to build an anti-gravity engine!

Leaving no stone unturned, Haushofer even had the distinguished scientist, Victor Schauberger, review the physics of the design and literally sign off on its potential.

Maria explained that the civilization she contacted originated in the constellation Taurus (the Bull). In particular, they were from a planet that was in orbit around a star called Aldebaran. The engine works on an energy source that is called “vril”. Claims were made that the anti-gravity engine also has the ability to alter time. The texts are detailed enough so that the engine could be built, tested, and then used to transport worthy humans to their world for a meeting.

While the Thule Society was focused on mediumship and contact with the “other”, their main interest was in finding an alternative to the inhumane and unhealthy Industrial Revolution that affected the German population. The anti-gravity engine was, according to Maria, a “gift” from this advanced race for humanity so that energy would be plentiful and wars would be unnecessary. But the Thule Society wanted the engine for its time-travel potential. They dreamed of going back to the time when the “gods walked the earth” so they could learn more about spiritual truth.

The guests believed what Maria had revealed. They agreed to seek financial support to build the engine from wealthy industrialists who were members of the Thule Society and other occult groups. Maria was quickly tasked with convincing contributors to help with this project.

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