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Vril, the Power of the Coming Race is an 1871 novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, originally printed as The Coming Race. Among its readers have been those who have believed that its account of a superior subterranean master race and the energy-form called "Vril" is accurate, to the extent that some theosophists, notably Helena Blavatsky, William Scott-Elliot, and Rudolf Steiner, accepted the book as being (at least in part) based on occult truth.[1] A popular book, The Morning of the Magicians (1960) suggested that a secret Vril Society existed in pre-Nazi Berlin. However, there is no historical evidence for the existence of such a society. History[edit] Plot summary[edit] The novel centres on a young, independently wealthy traveller (the narrator), who accidentally finds his way into a subterranean world occupied by beings who seem to resemble angels and call themselves Vril-ya. Vril in the novel[edit] Literary significance and reception[edit] Stage adaptation[edit] Vril society[edit] [edit] Related:  202007

Hopi Prophecy Blue Star Kachina is Comet Holmes? - 2012 Galactic Alignment | 11:11 21-12-2012 Maya Calendar Comet Holmes as Hopi Blue Star Prophecy Fulfilled The Hopi elders have long passed down their myths and prophecies such as the Hopi Blue Star, from generation to generation via oral tradition. Additional details are extrapolated from their many ancient rock pictographs and tablets. One such prophecy reveals: "When the Blue Star Kachina makes its appearance in the heavens, the Fifth World will emerge". The Blue Star is seen as the starting herald of a Great Purification period beginning prior to 2012. It is said that it will begin when the Saquasohuh (Blue Star) Kachina dances in the plaza and removes his mask. The Hopi ceremonies will supposedly no longer be carried out once the "Kachina" removes his mask. It is also held by many of the Hopi that WWIII may start at that time and would be initialised by the very people who first revealed the light. that is those people in the other ancient nations. The time for all this was considered by the elders to be not so far off. Thanks again, Pete

Erewhon The first few chapters of the novel dealing with the discovery of Erewhon are in fact based on Butler's own experiences in New Zealand where, as a young man, he worked as a sheep farmer on Mesopotamia Station for about four years (1860–1864), and explored parts of the interior of the South Island and which he wrote about in his A First Year in Canterbury Settlement (1863). In the preface to the first edition of his book, Butler specified: The author wishes it to be understood that Erewhon is pronounced as a word of three syllables, all short — thus, E-re-whon. Nevertheless, the word is occasionally pronounced with two syllables as 'air – one'. Content[edit] The greater part of the book consists of a description of Erewhon. Erewhon satirises various aspects of Victorian society, including criminal punishment, religion and anthropocentrism. The Book of the Machines[edit] I regret that reviewers have in some cases been inclined to treat the chapters on Machines as an attempt to reduce Mr.

Comet Holmes Discovery[edit] The comet's discovery was confirmed by Edward Walter Maunder (Royal Observatory, Greenwich, England), William Henry Maw (England), and Kidd (Bramley[disambiguation needed], England) and independent discoveries were made by Thomas David Anderson (Edinburgh, Scotland) on November 8 and by Mike Brown (Wilkes, USA) and by John Ewen Davidson (Mackay, Queensland, Australia) on November 9.[5] The first calculations of the elliptical orbits of 17P/Holmes were done independently by Heinrich Kreutz and George Mary Searle. Additional orbits eventually established the perihelion date as June 13 and the orbital period as 6.9 years. These calculations proved that the comet was not a return of Biela's Comet. The 1899 and 1906 appearances were observed, but the comet was lost (see Lost comet) after 1906 until it was recovered on July 16, 1964, by Elizabeth Roemer (US Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station, Arizona, USA). 2007 outburst[edit] References[edit] Comet 17P/Holmes, 2007/11/02

Vril, The Power of the Coming Race Index Sacred Texts Atlantis Vril, The Power of the Coming Race by Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton Legendary for his turgid prose ("it was a dark and stormy night...") Bulwer-Lytton's pioneering science fiction novel "Vril" was taken very seriously by 19th Century Atlantis fans (for instance, Scott-Elliot). Vril is a mysterious energy which is used by Lytton's subterranian race (refugees from the Deluge) to power their advanced civilization; it was later treated as a reality by occultists.

Spaceship Moon Theory The Spaceship Moon Theory, also known as the Vasin-Shcherbakov Theory, is a hypothesis that claims the Earth's moon may actually be an alien spacecraft. The hypothesis was put forth by two members of the then Soviet Academy of Sciences, Michael Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov, in a July 1970 article entitled "Is the Moon the Creation of Alien Intelligence?".[1] Vasin and Shcherbakov's thesis was that the Moon is a hollowed-out planetoid created by unknown beings with technology far superior to any on Earth. Huge machines would have been used to melt rock and form large cavities within the Moon, with the resulting molten lava spewing out onto the Moon's surface. The Moon would therefore consist of a hull-like inner shell and an outer shell made from metallic rocky slag. Their hypothesis relies heavily on the suggestion that large lunar craters, generally assumed to be formed from meteor impact, are generally too shallow and have flat or even convex bottoms. Criticisms[edit] See also[edit]

Bovril Meat extract (food) Bovril is the trademarked name of a thick and salty meat extract paste similar to a yeast extract, developed in the 1870s by John Lawson Johnston. It is sold in a distinctive, bulbous jar, and also as cubes and granules. Bovril is owned and distributed by Unilever UK. Bovril can be made into a drink by diluting with hot water or, less commonly, with milk.[1] It can be used as a flavouring for soups, broth, stews or porridge, or as a spread, especially on toast in a similar fashion to Marmite and Vegemite.[2] Etymology[edit] The first part of the product's name comes from Latin bovīnus, meaning "ox".[3] Johnston took the -vril suffix from Edward Bulwer-Lytton's then-popular novel, The Coming Race (1870), whose plot revolves around a superior race of people, the Vril-ya, who derive their powers from an electromagnetic substance named "Vril". History[edit] Poster for Bovril, about 1900; V&A Museum no. Licensed production[edit] Recipe changes[edit] Cultural significance[edit]

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Iron Sky: The Coming Race Iron Sky: The Coming Race is a 2019 Finnish-German comic science fiction action film directed by Timo Vuorensola. The sequel to Vuorensola's 2012 film Iron Sky, its production was crowdfunded through Indiegogo. Like its predecessor, the film mixes political themes with repeated allusions to the popular culture and various conspiracy theories, but is generally more action-adventure oriented. A major inspiration of the content (and title) is the Vril conspiracy theory. The plot follows a group of nuclear holocaust survivors living in an abandoned Nazi base on the far side of the Moon. Produced on a budget of 17 million euros, The Coming Race is the most expensive Finnish live-action picture ever made. The Coming Race was released on 16 January 2019 in Finland, but performed poorly in the box office. Plot[edit] The year is 2047, 29 years after the nuclear war immediately following the battle between the Earth and Moon Nazis rendered the planet inhospitable. Cast[edit] Production[edit]

Robert Dean (ufologist) Robert Orel Dean (born March 2, 1929) is a UFOlogist from Tucson, Arizona. Dean retired from the US Army as a Command Sergeant Major after a 28 year career. He has appeared on radio programs, TV documentaries and at conferences discussing the subject of UFOs and a government cover up of alien visitations to Earth.[1] Dean claims to have viewed a classified government document called "The Assessment" that allegedly discussed threats posed by alien activity on Earth, and concluded that no such threats existed.[2] Dean says he considers himself a professional UFO researcher and had "cosmic top secret" clearance while in the military. In 1992 while employed as emergency services coordinator for Pima County, Arizona, Dean sued his employer for discrimination, saying he was treated unfairly because of his belief in UFOs, and because of his age, reportedly settling for $100,000.[3] Jump up ^ New York Times "For U.F.O.

The Vril Society of The Luminous Lodge & The Unknown Vril-Ya - © Terry Melanson 2001 The Vril Society or The Luminous Lodge 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. "This secret society was founded, literally, on Bulwer Lytton's novel The Coming Race (1871). While researching their classic book, Morning of the Magicians, authors Jacques Bergier and Louis Pauwels were given the above account by one of the world's greatest rocket experts, Dr. These methods of concentration were probably based on Ignatius Loyola's Spiritual Exercises. The Vril Society believed that whoever becomes master of the Vril will be the master of himself, of others around him and of the world. In The Unknown Hitler, Wulf Schwarzwaller says: “In Berlin, Haushofer had founded the Luminous Lodge or the Vril Society. The Vril Force and the Black Sun Vril Powered Nazi UFOs?

ufo sightings, extraterrestrial contact, government conspiracy, cover up, UFO secrecy, ET,UFOs and Aliens disclosure, Unidentified flying object, UFO videos, Area 51, UFO cases, X files vril4 Extract from the book SECRET SOCIETIES of jan van hilsing (pseudonym) From page 179(some headlines added here): THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GERMAN UFOs FROM BEFORE WW2. THE VRIL-GESELLSCHAFT OR "NOT ALL GOOD COMES FROM ABOVE" PICTURES - ART OF JIM NICHOLS The VRIL-GESELLSCHAFT (VRIL Society) does not exactly fit our subject which has a more political slant, but it is indeed one of the most interesting secret societies that ever existed. Therefore it just has to be mentioned here. In Germany there is not a single book, or indeed any material, to be found that would show up an organization of this name, the Allies successfully removed it all. But as you will see, not all the material has actually disappeared. And I am very pleased that I can uncover this subject here, because you will see which "non-German" power circles have an interest to keep these events from the German people. 3.

World's largest Tesla coils being built to unlock the secrets of natural lightning - Image 3 of 4 The Lightning Foundry's 1:12 scale prototype in action Image Gallery (4 images) Calling all Tesla fans! Electrical engineer Greg Leyh and his team at the Lightning on Demand organization (LOD) in California are raising the funds necessary to build the world's largest twin Tesla coils (ten stories high, about 120 ft/37 m) that will be capable of generating electric arcs more than 200 feet (60 m) long. Dubbed the "Lightning Foundry," the project currently consists of a working 1:12 scale prototype. Like the "juice" that flows through our home wiring, lightning is electricity, but it behaves very differently than the relatively low voltages we use to power our lives. For those unfamiliar with the genius behind the technology Leyh's team is using, Nikola Tesla was a brilliant Serbian inventor who first came to America in 1884 and pioneered the use of alternating current (AC) in power distribution. About the Author A native San Franciscan, Randolph attended the U.S.

Mistaken Foreign Myths about Shambhala — Study Buddhism The report by Pauwels and Berger that at the end of the war, the Russians found in Berlin a large number of corpses of soldiers of the Himalayan race, dressed in Nazi uniforms, who had committed suicide, also needs scrutiny. The unspoken implication is that the Russians found the corpses of the Tibetan-Agharti adepts who were assisting the Nazi cause and that, like Haushofer, they committed ritual suicide. Firstly, hara-kiri was a Japanese samurai custom, which many Japanese soldiers in the Second World War enacted to avoid capture. Followers of Tibetan Buddhism, however, consider suicide an extremely negative act with dire consequences in future lives. It is never justifiable. The Kalmyk Mongols are practitioners of the Tibetan form of Buddhism and have a long history of association with Germans. In 1763, Czarina Catherine II the Great invited almost thirty thousand Germans to settle in the Volga region to the north of the Kalmyks.

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