Theozoology has 11 ratings and 2 reviews. This is one of the most curious books in history. Over the years many have read characterizations of its conten. About Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels: Austrian publicist and journalist. He was a former monk and the founder of the magazine Ostara, in which he published ant. Theozoology or the Science of the Sodomite Apelings and the Divine Electron. An introduction to the most ancient and most modern philosophy.
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Member feedback about Dietrich Eckart: Liebenfels published a periodical, ‘Ostara’, in which he propounded his pan-Germanic and Volkisch views, which were, if anything, more racially extreme than Liebehfels. After Hitler’s rise to prominence in the s, Lanz tried to be recognized as one lebenfels his ideological precursors.
At the root of this ‘fall ‘, the Aryan race lost its divine powers and paranormal abilities, such as telepathy or clairvoyance – and lost its mystic vision of the universe and of the ‘powers’. To further this agenda, he purchased the Werfenstein castle ruins in Austria. Apparently he had aspirations to become a monk, but was not considered suitable material by his superiors in the monastery.
Many have read about Theozoology, but few have been able liebenfelx read the text itself. He became a novice at a Cistercian monastery but was expelled for improper behavior. It is seen as the central axis point of the hexagonal crystal of which the Armanen runes are derived. In Germany, “where the growth of deviant Masonic rites was greatest,” the Templar heritage was adopted for irregular Freemasonry.
Pofarmer on Once more: His parents were middle classand his father’s ancestors had been burghers in Vienna since the early 18th century.
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Best work on the ancient times there is. These reviews of yours are so bloody weird!
Aug 02, Signor Mambrino rated it liked it. Yes, Liebenfels’ Theozoology contains ariosophic, racialist “knowledge” of gon worst kind, but at the same moment his theories are so kinky and weird that you might actually enjoy it as a curiosity, and a big curiosity it is indeed! The Occult Roots of Nazism: This article includes a list of referencesbut its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. There is no strong scholarly consensus as to whether Hitler was significantly influenced, directly or indirectly, by Lanz’s work, and no strong evidence that he was interested in the occult movement as a whole apart from its racial aspects, though the association has been repeatedly made by critics and occultists during and after the Third Reich.
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Member feedback about Heathenry new religious movement: It is a work of biblical exegesis, and could also be classified as a work encompassing what has now come to be called ‘cryptozoology’. Lanz himself claimed to have up tosubscribers, but it is generally agreed that this figure is grossly exaggerated. His parents were middle class, llebenfels his father’s ancestors had been burghers in Vienna since the early 18th century.
The relief portrayed a nobleman treading upon a beast, which Lanz interpreted to be an allegory of the eternal struggle between good and evil—with the animal representative of the bestial origins of evil.
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Many have read about Theozoology, but few have been able to read the text itself. My Position on the Jesus Mythicism Question: He describes the extreme right as “opposed to parliamentary forms of democratic representation and hostile to pluralism. If you are researching the topic of Nazi Occultism you will stumble over this poorly written piece of crap, but if you can do without, I highly recommend to do so.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It contains entries for what the author regards as “the major figures on the radical right, extreme right, and revolutionary right from to the present” publisher’s blurb. During the late 19th century and 20th-century, the college’s profile grew, and more students arrived, made up of Cistercians, as well as diocesan and religious seminarians.