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Re: Theos-World Gorsleben edition available

Dec 29, 2007 07:23 PM
by Frank Reitemeyer

Theo, Goodrick-Clarke gives a good overview and I was astounished about the 
many German theosophical books he lists - seems the Allies have good 
What I am missing in his book is that he scratches only at the surface, 
while  there remain many secrets on that occult topic in connection with the 
Third Reich.

Take care of your worthy first edition, I have but a (complete) reprint, 
there were censored reprints and this book is still banned in Germany.
Never before in known history more books have been burned by a government 
since in Germany during the last years.

You can dowload the German edition at:

BTW, the strong fight of the Third Reich against the Jesuits is imho also 
undervalued by Goodrick-Clarke. Also the many pamphelts and newspaper 
articles against the Jesuits are unknwon today.
The Jesuit conspiracy was of special interest for Himmler. He personally 
watched all work about them, especially the world biggest and first 
systematic research work about the mediveal witch hunts and Inquisition. 
This Himmler research is today located at Universitat von Posen /polish: 
Poznan). State libraries have microfiches of TOC.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: Theo Paijmans
Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2007 3:42 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Gorsleben edition available

Well, I cherish my German first edition nonetheless. On Gorsleben, see
also Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, The Occult Roots of Nazism.



Frank Reitemeyer wrote:

> The german classic rune work Hoch-Zeit der Menschheit (Loftily time of
> Humanity) by Gorsleben is now available in an English edition.
> You can dowload the 33 Megabyte pdf file for free at:
> <>
> Blavatsky students may have a special interest in it because of
> Gorleben's interesting definition of Dzyan.
> Gorsleben as one agent of the patriotic volkisch movement, which tried
> to overcome the century long Jesuit lethal conspiracy against the
> German Reich, seems to have influenced the mystic branch of the SS,
> which underwent world wide research for ancient artefacts, and the
> Ahnenerbe.
> Frank
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