“We find ourselves faced by powers which are far stronger than hitherto assumed, and whose base is at present unknown to us. More I cannot say at present. We are now engaged in entering into closer contact with those powers, and within six or nine months time it may be possible to speak with more precision on the matter.” Werhner Von Braun. From “Above Top Secret” by Timothy Good, William Morrow and Company, Inc. 1988.
Those who know anything at all about how Hitler rose to power have heard about occult secret societies because they influenced the political climate in Germany behind the scenes and were the forces that helped bringing The Führer to power. One them was the Vril Society.
What is Vril Society?
The Vril Society combined the political ideals of the Order of the Illuminati with Hindu mysticism, Theosophy and the Cabbala. It was the first German nationalist groups to use the symbol of the swastika as an emblem linking Eastern and Western occultism. The Vril Society presented the idea of a subterranean matriarchal, socialist utopia ruled by superior beings who had mastered the mysterious energy called the Vril Force.
One of the most mysterious leaders in the Vril Society was Maria Orsic.
Who Was Maria Orsic?
She was born in Vienna. Her father was a Croatian and her mother was a German from Vienna.
Although various alleged photos and documents exist that verify Maria Orsitsch’s existence, it was only until the 1960s that historians and writers began to note her involvement with Nazi Mysticism. Maria Orsitsch was first mentioned and pictured in 1967 by Bergier and Pauwels in their book Aufbruch ins dritte Jahrtausend: Von der Zukunft der phantastischen Vernunft.
Maria Orsitsch was the head of the ‘The All German Society for Metaphysics’ (Alldeutsche Gesellschaft für Metaphysik) founded in the early 20th century as a female circle of mediums who were involved in extraterrestrial telepathic contact. The society was later renamed the ‘Vril Society’ or ‘Society of Vrilerinnen Women’. In 1917 Maria Orsitsch is said to have made contact with extraterrestrials from Aldebaran with her female Vril circle. Later in 1919 the Vril circle met with other groups in a small forester’s lodge in the vicinity of Berchtesgaden to discuss a possible voyage to Aldebaran to meet the Aliens by the construction of Nazi UFOs. Notes on this space mission are discussed in a recent detailed analysis of Nazi Occultism entitled Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism, and the Politics of Identity.
Maria claimed to have received mediumistically transmissions in a secret German Templar script – a language unknown to her – containing technical data for the construction of a flying machine. Vril documents mention these telepathic messages had their origin in Aldebaran, a solar system 64 light-years away in the constellation Taurus.
In 1945 Maria Orsitsch and the Vril Circle mysteriously disappeared. This has led to some writers, conspiracy theorists and Nazi Mystics (ie Jan Udo Holey) to believing Maria Orsitsch escaped to Aldebaran.
Theory Of Departure: Voyage To The Aldebaran Solar System
The researchers claimed that the extraterrestrials from the Aldebaran solar system were contacted only for a purpose, after which, Vril departed Earth for Aldebaran – the solar system existing in the Constellation of Taurus, 68 light years away from Earth.
The people who believe that Orsic departed the Earth for Aldebaran, also believe that the top-tier members of the Vril, were funded by Adolf Hitler’s regime for the construction of flying saucers. Werhner Von Braun, Germany’s leading engineer, made no secret of the fact that the Nazis received an abundance of technical information from extraterrestrials.
Another claim is that Orsic provided all of her channeled information to Rudolf Hess – a rising star within the Nazi party who eventually became an influential figure in the Nazi party.
Nazi Scientists Confirm Contact
Hermann Oberth, one of the German Reich’s top rocket designers during World War II, apparently made statements linking the Nazis to extraterrestrials. Oberth, like Von Braun, claimed the Nazis received extensive assistance from a super-intelligent, alien life form. Apparently, Oberth referred to these Vril aliens as people of other worlds.
With these claims, it becomes more clear that Nazi government obtained significant military assistance from highly advanced aliens and that Maria Orsic’s channelings served as the initial point of connection between Germans and these uber-intelligent extraterrestrials.
Some theorists believe that all this is pure fiction while some believe it all to be true. The believers of this theory also claim that the extra terrestrials either live below the surface of the earth or in the Aldebaran solar system. Also, based on the striking similarities between the novel The Coming Race by Edward Bulwer-Lytton and the story of Maria Orsic, the line between fact and fiction is quite blurry.