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- Thule was a legendary island in the far north, similar to Atlantis, supposedly the center of a lost, high-level civilization.
- Thule is a semi- arid planet known for its rich savannas.
- Thule is known as the capital of Hyperborea, in the polar regions.
- The Thule was the "mother" to the German Socialist Party, led by Julius Streicher, and the right-wing radical Oberland Free Corps.
- Thule was a neo-Gnostic racist group, which became a rallying front for the societal roots of Nazi thought.
- At phase three, Mace Windu commanded the ground forces around Thule's capital city Kessia.
- At phase one, Anakin Skywalker and his strike force took out the planetary shield on the Thule Moon.
- Hence, the outer-belt asteroid groups ( Cybeles, Hildas, Thule, and the Trojans) do not interchange members.
- It was discovered by Johann Palisa on October 25, 1888 in Vienna and was named aptly after the ultimate northern land of Thule.
- This is a sad day for Ultima Thule readers: its creator and guiding spirit, Aussiegirl, passed away this afternoon at around 2 p.m.
- Aside from 279 Thule and five objects in unstable-looking orbits, Jupiter's gravity has swept everything out of this region.
- Thule asteroids appear to consist of only one known object, 279 Thule, in a 4:3 resonance with Jupiter.
- Ulic Qel-Droma fought on Thule during The Great Sith War, during which the Dark Reaper was buried on the world.
- 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.
- After the Bavarian communist revolution of 1918, the Thule Society became a center of the counterrevolutionary subculture.
- The Thule Society's Karl Harrer was a co-founder, along with Anton Drexler (the party's first chairman).
- The Thule Society had a number of highly positioned individuals in the Nazi party, although Hitler himself never became a member.
- Also known as "Ultima Thule", it was the gateway to other worlds.
- In this sense, Thule is synonymous with this Black Sun.
- The German Workers Party was only one of many associations founded and controlled by the Thule Society.
- Thule served as the recruiting and political action front of the German Order.
- Within a year, this project of the Thule Gesellschaft will become the NSDAP: the National Socialist German Workers' Party.
- It has been claimed that a Vril Society existed in the Third Reich an the inner core of the Thule society.
- 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.
- Thule and Vril started with the RFZ (RundFlugZeug, or Round Aircraft) series from 1934-41.
- Such ideas might have remained harmless, but the Thule Society added a strong right-wing, anti-Semitic political ideology to the Vril Society mythology.
- 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.
- A primary focus of Thule-Gesellschaft was a claim concerning the origins of the Aryan race.
- Pauwels and Bergier in The Morning of the Magicians inform us: -The legend of Thule is as old as the Germanic race.
- 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.
- These were original members of the Thule Society which supposedly joined Vril in 1919.
- As an initiate, Eckart belonged to the inner circle of the Thule Society as well as other esoteric orders.
- He also describes a Thule Society membership roll including Hans Frank and Heinrich Himmler as "spurious".
- The Thule society, from which the NSDAP originated, was one of the ariosophic groups of the 1920s.
- The Thule Society, which is remotely connected to the origins of the NSDAP, was one of the ariosophic groups of the late 1910s.
- The Thule Society, another secret society with similar ideologies and symbols was also closely linked to this.
- The Thule Society is known to be closely connected to the Germanenorden secret society.
- Far from being a fringe secret society, the Thule society had members that reached into the German Aristocracy.
- The NSDAP (Nazi Party) was created by Thule in 1920, one year later.
- However, it was a member of the Thule Society, dentist Dr. Friedrich Krohn, who designed the swastika flag of the Nazi party.
- 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.
- 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'.
- The Nazi party was influenced by one branch of the occult fringe - represented by the Thule Society, Guido von List, and Lanz von Liebenfels.
- Both the Thule and Vril discs were built from 1939-1945.
- Thule worked on a separate disc at a secret location in NW Germany referred to as Hauneburg from 1935 on.
- In 1923, Sebottendorff was expelled from Germany as an undesirable alien; around 1925, the Thule Society disbanded.
- Von Sebottendorff had by then left the Thule Society, and never joined the DAP or the Nazi party.
- The followers of the Thule Society were, by von Sebottendorff's own admission, little interested in his occultist theories.
- 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.
- 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).
- The Thule Society member who would rise the highest in Nazi circles, however, was Rudolf Hess (Toland:124).
- From this sprang the Thule Society whose driving force was Rudolf von Serbottendorff.
- Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorff, the chief architect of the Thule Society, was born Rudolf Glauer in Silesia in November, 1875.
- He became the Grand Master of the Bavarian Order and he founded the Thule Society, with Pohl's approval, in 1918.
- Later that year, on August 17, 1918, he founded the Thule Gesellschaft, or Thule Society, with Herman Pohl---s assistance and approval.
- The Thule Society was not yet supplying very much money and no one seemed to know how to build up a mass party.
- He quietly listened to the presentation by engineer Gottfried Feder, a Thule Society member, who talked about jewish control over lending capital.
- The video game BloodRayne involves a plotline concerning the Thule society and its members, and features a lot of in-game Thule society imagery.
- Indeed, the connection of the Thule Society to Ariosophy is evident in a headline of Thule's newspaper, the Mfinchener Beobachter.
- During this attempt, the Soviet government took several members of the Thule Society into custody, and later executed them.
- The Thule Gesellschaft was a front for a whole web of secret societies which had similar racist and anti-Semitic occultist roots.
- Nazi occultists (secret society Vril, Thule) considered this tribe to be the proto-Germanic one of the so-called "pure Aryan nature".
- 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.
- Some conspiracy theorists argue that the NSDAP, when under Hitler's leadership, was a political front for the Thule Society.
- That the origins of the Nazi party can be traced to the lodge organisation of the Thule Society is fact.
- Baron Sebottendorff-s Thule Society acted as the defacto parent organisation to the Nazi Party.
- This led the few true initiates to withdraw from Thule and the society declined, until in 1923 Baron Sebottendorff fled Germany for Turkey.
- Inspired by Madame Blavatsky, he brought to life the age-old myth of Atlantis, calling it Thule.
- The Thule-Gesellschaft maintained close contacts with Theosophists, the followers of Blavatsky.
- Atlantis at least, and most likely also Hyperborea, were taken to be identical with Thule (Strohm 1997: 57).
- Various locations, such as Atlantis, Thule, Hyperborea, Shambhala and others are suggested as the precise location of this original society of -bermensch.
- Perhaps the most significant Thule influence on Hitler came from Dietrich Eckart.
- After 1941 Hitler forbade secret societies, so both Thule and Vril were documented under the SS E-IV unit.
- The Pan-European spiritual outlook of Sebottendorff and Thule was distorted by Hitler and the Nazis into a bloody Germanic chauvinism.
- The better researched work of Goodrick-Clarke doesn't mention Hitler as a guest of Thule.
- After Hitler came to power, the Thule Society was one of many organizations suppressed.
- He filled key positions with his own friends from the Thule Society and the Army.
- He was a committed occultist as well as a member of the Thule Society---s inner circle.
- Nazi mysticism is a V--lkisch movement with roots in the Thule Society and Theosophy, as well as the ideas of Arthur de Gobineau.
- Hitler joined a secret group in 1919, called the Thule Society, which practiced black magic and worshipped Satan.
- L. Ron, junior, was sure that the teachings of the Germanen Orden and the Thule Society had passed directly to his father by courier.
- In autumn 1918 Sebottendorff attempted to extend the appeal of the Thule Society's nationalist ideology to people from a working class background.
- Heinrich Himmler was a member of the Thule Society, an extreme German nationalist group founded in 1910 by Felix Niedner.
- Many prominent Germans supported this violence and were documented members of the Thule.
- 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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