Anti-Masonry and the Thule Gesellschaft
Why the cosy relationship between leftists, Nazis and anti-semites and their war on Masonry? Here’s some background:
“It all started with the Thule Gesellschaft… founded by a Freemason and Eastern mystic named Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorff. They met every Saturday in Munich’s Four Season’s Hotel to discuss things like runes (an old German alphabet), racial evolution, Nordic mythology and German nationalism. Registered under the name “Thule Gesellschaft” as a “literary-cultural society”, in order to fool the communist Red Army now controlling Munich, this group had originally been known as the Germanenorden, or the German Order of the Holy Grail (we shall see later exactly what the Holy Grail is). The Germanenorden had an impressive series of initiatory rituals, replete with knights in shining armor, wise kings, mystical bards and forest nymphs, including a Masonic-style program of secrecy, initiation and mutual cooperation. But they were not copying the ideological aspects of Freemasonry. What the Germanenorden became was, essentially, an anti-Masonry: a Masonic-style society dedicated to the eradication of Freemasonry itself. Their symbol was a long dagger on top of a swastika, and their beliefs had been influenced largely by the writings of Guido von List and Lanz von Liebenfels.”
This entry was posted on June 14, 2010 by Deltachron. It was filed under Anthropology, Fascism, History, Politics, religion, Socialism and was tagged with anti-masonry, anti-semitism, nazism, Thule society.