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It could actually have been quite a bit longer if you ask me, since some of the topics covered are gone through in a somewhat superficial manner for one of the few sober books on the general subject. Life was now more materialistic, it felt out of control; worse still, it was feared control was in the hands of alien forces, non Aryan ones. More than half a century after the defeat of Nazism and fascism, the far right is again challenging the liberal order of Western democracies.
That line is demonstrated within its pages to be much more blurry than many people think.
One thing missing, though, here is the relationship Jungianism had to all of this tangle. As I was reading, I kept wondering how these ideas were distributed and accepted in a wider context among the masses of Germans who eventually bought in to Nazi rituals and practices, and I think the answer is that they only did so in a fragmented, echoing manner. A study of the ideology of Savitri Devi, whose beliefs combined Aryan supremacism and anti-semitism with Hinduism, social Darwinism and a fundamentally biocentric view of life.
Goodrick-Clarke’s powerful and timely Over half a century after the defeat of the Third Reich the complexities of Nazi ideology are still being unravelled.
The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influence on Nazi Ideology
It demonstrates the way in which Nazism was okmulten by p Wotanism and Germanic Theosophy 5. Jorg Lans von Liebenfels and Theozoology 9. This is an extremely thorough scholarly run down of the topic, meticulously researched with around 75 pages of references, which was quite impressive for a book of this nature. Sebottendorff read a lot about List.
This book is very much everything you might want to know about the occult roots of Nazism–if that’s what you want to know about, that is–and I wanted to know a lot about it. Goodrick-Clarke’s central point in the book also remains quite relevant during an era as globalized as this one: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Among the best sections of the book is that describing Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels and his theory of nationaalsozialismus, which states that Aryans were fallen angels who committed the sin of bestiality – thus creating the “lower” races as admixtures of animal and angel!
Guido von List 4. The ancestry of the strange rituals of the Schutzstaffel and the massive pageants of the Nuremburg rallies can okkultenn clearly traced from the An absolutely essential academic work for serious students of the Third Reich which authoritatively establishes the links among the irrationalist and nationalist Germanic occult movements of the late 19th century, early Pan-Germanism, the world view of Mein Kampf and the mythology of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei under Hitler’s leadership.
Pet peeve, perhaps, but some of the comments had me scribbling all over the margins in response LOL. Among the best sections of the book is th This is a detailed historical study of the ties between National Socialist ideology and esoteric groups operating in Germany, Austria, and the rest of Europe during the late-nineteenth century. This is one of the only books with the word “occult” in the title which you can cite in papers written for graduate-level history courses.
Nov 20, Aaron Meyer rated it really liked it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? On the other hand, we learn of ariosophist publications that eventually become the journalistic arm of the Nazi party and that Hitler himself tried to exert the force of will that would transform the DAP from a small conspiracy group to a large, national party.
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Auschwitz, Sobibor, and Treblinka, the hellish museums of Nazi apocalypse, had psychic roots reaching back to millenial visions of occult sects. If anything, it demonstrates that in the years leading up to the Nazis gaining power, there was a great raft of extremist thought that created lots of weird belief systems designed to demonstrate the superiority of the White Aryan Man over all other forms of life, which was a wave of thought that clearly the Nazis were on the crest of the wave of.
Rapid industrialisation and urbanisation made the change inevitable. Books by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke. Apr 14, Christopher Roth rated it it was amazing. The Secret Heritage 7. No one goes further than Goodrick-Clarke, however, in developing the outer reaches o informative — on the outer limits of political psychology.
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No one goes further than Goodrick-Clarke, however, in developing the outer reaches of this racist theosophy — a very clear echo of which can be found in certain radical writings in the US.
Very interesting overview of the occult roots of Nazism up to The book clarifies many points which have been ill-handled natiomalsozialismus popular writers no, links between beliefs does not equate to “secret control” by an occult organizationand also introduces many bizarre and fascinating groups which other historians have overlooked.
The biography of Savitri Devi, a Frenchwoman of Greek-English birth, whose influence on neo-Nazism and other hybrid strains of mystical fascism has been continuous since the mids, and who has become known as a foremother of international neo Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Runes, Atlantis, Tibet, oh my!
Thule people would be the first ones Hitler would turn to. Esotericism is the search for an absolute but hidden knowledge accessed through mystical vision, the mediation of higher beings, or personal experience. Goodrick-Clarke’s powerful and timely book traces the intellectual roots of Nazism back to a number of influential occult and millenarian sects in the Habsburg Empire during its waning years.
He has also written on the occultist aspects of neo-Nazism in Black Sun: A bit nationalsozialiamus but otherwise supremely informative if this is your research interest. And of course once the mental instability of this guy was recognised by Himmler, he was forcibly retired to Austria in case he became an embaressment to the party. One of the appendices also contains an natiomalsozialismus overview of the Nazi Occult literature, most of which is based on a handful of books that came out in the 70s in the wake of the Holy Blood Holy Grail scam, and was basically all just a bunch of lies made up to sell books because Nazi Occultism is cool and sell wurzzeln.
Oct 06, Oliver rated it really liked it. The really weird part of Theozoology is that Liebenfels, a former Cistercian monk, tried to reconcile all of that with traditionalist Roman Catholicism! When does a positive desire to preserve local traditions and culture become negative by turning into violent xenophobia? George Robert Stowe Mead was a major translator, editor, and commentator on Ggnostic and hermetic literature and thus a pivotal figure linking the late 19th-century esoteric revival to wurzelh art, literature, and psychology.
Charting the history of some of wureln players and thinkers behind the movement, which was mostly organised along ethnic and religious grounds, providing a framework for thinking that the German Aryan nation was superior to the ‘non-human races’, which included