Rudolf von sebottendorf

In , Hitler acquired all shares in the company, making him the sole owner of the publication. He was a Freemason , [1] a Sufi of the Bektashi order - after his conversion to Islam [2] - and a practitioner of meditation , astrology , numerology , and alchemy. Avant qu'Hitler ne vienne by Rudolf Sebottendorf Book 1 edition published in in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. He was an important figure in the activities of the Thule Society , a post- World War I German occultist organization that influenced many members of the Nazi Party. M Mensinga Book 1 edition published in in German and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

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Rudolf von Sebottendorf

Verea WechslerAdrian. Retrieved from " https: In July of that year he travelled to Turkeywhere he settled in and worked as an engineer on a large estate there.

This article needs additional citations for verification. He returned to Germany in Januarybut fled again in Thule agents infiltrated armed formations of the Communist Party in Munich and plotted to destroy the party, hatching plans to kidnap the party's leader, Kurt Eisner, and launching an attack against Munich's Communist vn on April 30, ByGlauer had attracted only one follower. He used Blavatsky's The Secret Doctrine to launch his own recreation of ancient Germanic myth, positing a coming historical moment in which he theorized that the Aryan race would be restored to rduolf glories by the appearance of a race of Supermen.

Sebottendorf, Rudolf Freiherr von 1875-1945

He was an important figure in the activities of the Thule Society, a post-World War I German political organization that was a precursor of the Nazi Party. It attracted about ardent followers in Munich and about in greater Bavaria.

He used the alias Sebottendorf because he claimed that he had been adopted by the Sebottendorf family and had a claim sebottendoff the title of count.

Most widely held works about Rudolf Sebottendorf. Glauer was arrested, but somehow escaped presumably due to some friendship from his Munich days and in returned to Turkey.

Freiherr von Sebottendorf's Deutungs-Tabellen: Nebst Deklinationen der Wandelsterne von by Rudolf Sebottendorf Book 8 editions published between and in German and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Die Symbole des Tierkreises: In that year, however, he came into contact with the Germanenordenand was subsequently appointed the Ordensmeister local group leader for the Bavaria division of the schismatic Germanenorden Walvater of the Rydolf Grail.

In Germany sinceit forms part of family names. The Thule Society, which espoused ideas of extreme nationalism, race mysticism, virulent anti-Semitismand the occult, was formed shortly after the end of World War I in Munich by Glauer. The adoption was later repeated in Germany and its legal validity has been questioned, but it was endorsed by the Sebottendorff family Goodrick-Clarke Roman by Rudolf Sebottendorf Book 2 editions published between and in German and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

By he had returned to Dresden where he married Klara Voss, but the couple divorced in By then, however, Glauer had left the Thule Society and Bavaria, having been accused of negligence in allegedly allowing the names of several key Thule Society members to fall into the hands of the government of the short-lived Bavarian Soviet Republicresulting in the execution of seven members after the attack on the Munich government in Aprilan accusation that he never denied.

Glauer is generally thought to have committed suicide by jumping into the Bosphorus on 8 May After a career as a merchant seaman, Glauer settled in Turkey in and became the supervisor of a large estate there.

He became an Ottoman citizen in and was apparently adopted under Turkish law by the expatriate Baron Heinrich von Sebottendorff shortly thereafter.

Freiherr is a former title translated as Baron. Download our mobile app for on-the-go access to the Jewish Virtual Library. The feminine forms are Freifrau and Freiin.

Sebottendorf, Rudolf Freiherr von [WorldCat Identities]

Glauer was introduced to occultism and esoteric concerns when he was living in BursaTurkey. One of the books that Glauer inherited from Termudi featured a note from Hussein Pasha, which peaked his interest in the Sufi Bektashi Orderin regards to their alchemical and numerological practices.

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By about he became convinced that he had discovered what he called "the key to spiritual realization", described by a later historian as "a set of numerological meditation exercises rudllf bear little resemblance to either Sufism or Masonry" Sedgwick Glauer was deeply influenced by Sufi mysticism, other Eastern philosophies, and in particular, the writings of Madame Blavatsky.

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