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Definitions

  1. Thule was a legendary island in the far north, similar to Atlantis, supposedly the center of a lost, high-level civilization.
  2. Thule is a semi- arid planet known for its rich savannas. (Web site)
  3. Thule is known as the capital of Hyperborea, in the polar regions. (Web site)
  4. The Thule was the "mother" to the German Socialist Party, led by Julius Streicher, and the right-wing radical Oberland Free Corps. (Web site)
  5. Thule was a neo-Gnostic racist group, which became a rallying front for the societal roots of Nazi thought. (Web site)

Thule

  1. At phase three, Mace Windu commanded the ground forces around Thule's capital city Kessia. (Web site)
  2. At phase one, Anakin Skywalker and his strike force took out the planetary shield on the Thule Moon. (Web site)
  3. Hence, the outer-belt asteroid groups ( Cybeles, Hildas, Thule, and the Trojans) do not interchange members.
  4. It was discovered by Johann Palisa on October 25, 1888 in Vienna and was named aptly after the ultimate northern land of Thule. (Web site)
  5. This is a sad day for Ultima Thule readers: its creator and guiding spirit, Aussiegirl, passed away this afternoon at around 2 p.m.

Jupiter

  1. Aside from 279 Thule and five objects in unstable-looking orbits, Jupiter's gravity has swept everything out of this region. (Web site)
  2. Thule asteroids appear to consist of only one known object, 279 Thule, in a 4:3 resonance with Jupiter. (Web site)

Reaper

  1. Ulic Qel-Droma fought on Thule during The Great Sith War, during which the Dark Reaper was buried on the world. (Web site)
  2. Thousands of years later, Count Dooku went to Thule to revive the Dark Reaper to attempt to destroy the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars. (Web site)

Thule Society

  1. After the Bavarian communist revolution of 1918, the Thule Society became a center of the counterrevolutionary subculture.
  2. The Thule Society's Karl Harrer was a co-founder, along with Anton Drexler (the party's first chairman).
  3. The Thule Society had a number of highly positioned individuals in the Nazi party, although Hitler himself never became a member.
  4. Also known as "Ultima Thule", it was the gateway to other worlds. (Web site)
  5. In this sense, Thule is synonymous with this Black Sun. (Web site)

German

  1. The German Workers Party was only one of many associations founded and controlled by the Thule Society.
  2. Thule served as the recruiting and political action front of the German Order. (Web site)
  3. Within a year, this project of the Thule Gesellschaft will become the NSDAP: the National Socialist German Workers' Party.

Vril

  1. It has been claimed that a Vril Society existed in the Third Reich an the inner core of the Thule society.
  2. The Berlin Vril Society was in fact a sort of inner circle of the Thule Society, it was also in close contact with an English group known as the Golden Dawn. (Web site)
  3. Thule and Vril started with the RFZ (RundFlugZeug, or Round Aircraft) series from 1934-41. (Web site)
  4. Such ideas might have remained harmless, but the Thule Society added a strong right-wing, anti-Semitic political ideology to the Vril Society mythology.

Race

  1. It took it's name from an alleged lost continent Thule, which was assumed to be the mythical homeland from which the Aryan race had originated.
  2. A primary focus of Thule-Gesellschaft was a claim concerning the origins of the Aryan race. (Web site)
  3. Pauwels and Bergier in The Morning of the Magicians inform us: -The legend of Thule is as old as the Germanic race.
  4. It promoted the myth of Thule, a legendary island in the frozen northlands that had been the home of a master race, the original Aryans.

Ariosophic Groups

  1. These were original members of the Thule Society which supposedly joined Vril in 1919.
  2. As an initiate, Eckart belonged to the inner circle of the Thule Society as well as other esoteric orders.
  3. He also describes a Thule Society membership roll including Hans Frank and Heinrich Himmler as "spurious".
  4. The Thule society, from which the NSDAP originated, was one of the ariosophic groups of the 1920s.
  5. The Thule Society, which is remotely connected to the origins of the NSDAP, was one of the ariosophic groups of the late 1910s.

Secret Society

  1. The Thule Society, another secret society with similar ideologies and symbols was also closely linked to this.
  2. The Thule Society is known to be closely connected to the Germanenorden secret society. (Web site)
  3. Far from being a fringe secret society, the Thule society had members that reached into the German Aristocracy. (Web site)

Nazi

  1. The NSDAP (Nazi Party) was created by Thule in 1920, one year later. (Web site)
  2. However, it was a member of the Thule Society, dentist Dr. Friedrich Krohn, who designed the swastika flag of the Nazi party.
  3. Dr. Krohn was also a Thulist and created the Nazi flag by using the Thule Sonnenrad (Sun Wheel) for inspiration, not the good luck Swastika. (Web site)
  4. In 1920, a member of the Thule Society, Friedrick Krohn, suggested to Adolf Hitler that the nascent Nazi Party adopt the Hakenkreutz as its 'logo'.
  5. The Nazi party was influenced by one branch of the occult fringe - represented by the Thule Society, Guido von List, and Lanz von Liebenfels. (Web site)

Disc

  1. Both the Thule and Vril discs were built from 1939-1945. (Web site)
  2. Thule worked on a separate disc at a secret location in NW Germany referred to as Hauneburg from 1935 on. (Web site)

Sebottendorff

  1. In 1923, Sebottendorff was expelled from Germany as an undesirable alien; around 1925, the Thule Society disbanded.
  2. Von Sebottendorff had by then left the Thule Society, and never joined the DAP or the Nazi party.
  3. The followers of the Thule Society were, by von Sebottendorff's own admission, little interested in his occultist theories.

Hess

  1. In a way, Hitler was already introduced to the world of ideas of the Thule Society by Hess during their imprisonment together after the failed Munich Putsch. (Web site)
  2. One of the few early members of the Thule Society not purged from the Nazi Party in the 1930s was Hitler-s close advisor Rudolf Hess (1894-1987).
  3. The Thule Society member who would rise the highest in Nazi circles, however, was Rudolf Hess (Toland:124). (Web site)

Rudolf Von

  1. From this sprang the Thule Society whose driving force was Rudolf von Serbottendorff. (Web site)
  2. Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorff, the chief architect of the Thule Society, was born Rudolf Glauer in Silesia in November, 1875.

Pohl

  1. He became the Grand Master of the Bavarian Order and he founded the Thule Society, with Pohl's approval, in 1918.
  2. Later that year, on August 17, 1918, he founded the Thule Gesellschaft, or Thule Society, with Herman Pohl---s assistance and approval.

Members

  1. The Thule Society was not yet supplying very much money and no one seemed to know how to build up a mass party.
  2. He quietly listened to the presentation by engineer Gottfried Feder, a Thule Society member, who talked about jewish control over lending capital.
  3. The video game BloodRayne involves a plotline concerning the Thule society and its members, and features a lot of in-game Thule society imagery.
  4. Indeed, the connection of the Thule Society to Ariosophy is evident in a headline of Thule's newspaper, the Mfinchener Beobachter. (Web site)
  5. During this attempt, the Soviet government took several members of the Thule Society into custody, and later executed them.

Occultist

  1. The Thule Gesellschaft was a front for a whole web of secret societies which had similar racist and anti-Semitic occultist roots. (Web site)
  2. Nazi occultists (secret society Vril, Thule) considered this tribe to be the proto-Germanic one of the so-called "pure Aryan nature".
  3. But it is clear that Thule must have survived the second world war and I think that Scientoligy is the secret reproduction of this group. (Web site)

Nazi Party

  1. Some conspiracy theorists argue that the NSDAP, when under Hitler's leadership, was a political front for the Thule Society.
  2. That the origins of the Nazi party can be traced to the lodge organisation of the Thule Society is fact.
  3. Baron Sebottendorff-s Thule Society acted as the defacto parent organisation to the Nazi Party.
  4. This led the few true initiates to withdraw from Thule and the society declined, until in 1923 Baron Sebottendorff fled Germany for Turkey.

Blavatsky

  1. Inspired by Madame Blavatsky, he brought to life the age-old myth of Atlantis, calling it Thule. (Web site)
  2. The Thule-Gesellschaft maintained close contacts with Theosophists, the followers of Blavatsky.

Atlantis

  1. Atlantis at least, and most likely also Hyperborea, were taken to be identical with Thule (Strohm 1997: 57).
  2. Various locations, such as Atlantis, Thule, Hyperborea, Shambhala and others are suggested as the precise location of this original society of -bermensch.

Hitler

  1. Perhaps the most significant Thule influence on Hitler came from Dietrich Eckart.
  2. After 1941 Hitler forbade secret societies, so both Thule and Vril were documented under the SS E-IV unit. (Web site)
  3. The Pan-European spiritual outlook of Sebottendorff and Thule was distorted by Hitler and the Nazis into a bloody Germanic chauvinism.
  4. The better researched work of Goodrick-Clarke doesn't mention Hitler as a guest of Thule.
  5. After Hitler came to power, the Thule Society was one of many organizations suppressed. (Web site)

Inner Circle

  1. He filled key positions with his own friends from the Thule Society and the Army.
  2. He was a committed occultist as well as a member of the Thule Society---s inner circle.
  3. Nazi mysticism is a V--lkisch movement with roots in the Thule Society and Theosophy, as well as the ideas of Arthur de Gobineau.
  4. Hitler joined a secret group in 1919, called the Thule Society, which practiced black magic and worshipped Satan.
  5. L. Ron, junior, was sure that the teachings of the Germanen Orden and the Thule Society had passed directly to his father by courier. (Web site)

Nationalist

  1. In autumn 1918 Sebottendorff attempted to extend the appeal of the Thule Society's nationalist ideology to people from a working class background.
  2. Heinrich Himmler was a member of the Thule Society, an extreme German nationalist group founded in 1910 by Felix Niedner.

Prominent

  1. Many prominent Germans supported this violence and were documented members of the Thule. (Web site)
  2. Following the murder of seven prominent Thulists by the Communists on April 30, 1919, we know an intense struggle broke out within the Thule Society.

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