Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Occult Secrets of Vril

Is mankind on the threshold of a new age of enlightenment? Or are we descending a dwindling spiral, doomed to repeat the lessons from history which we either forget or never seem to learn?

Formed well before WW2, the German Vril Society was dedicated to the study and practice of metaphysics and were covertly conducting research into psychic phenomenon and universal free-energy (Vril). Their secret society's members, which included some who would later become notable members of the Nazi party, also advanced the idea of a subterranean civilization ruled by an ancient parent-race that had mastered Vril. 

This Aryan breakaway civilization was said to have survived the antediluvian cataclysms which ended the Pleistocene (ice age) and continued to thrive below the surface of the earth (Agartha), passing on their guarded secrets through initiation into sacred mystery schools, and now monopolized by the world elite. 

Agartha is a legendary subterranean civilization that is said to reside deep (miles) under the Earth's crust. It said to be connected to other massive underground caverns forming a vast global network of interconnected tunnels. Shamballa (also known as Shambalah or Shangri-La) is often referred to as its capital city. 

The mythical paradise of Shamballa is known under many different names: It has been called the Forbidden Land, the Land of White Waters, the Land of Radiant Spirits, the Land of Living Fire, the Land of the Living Gods and the Land of Wonders. Hindus have known it as Aryavartha (literally : The Land or Realm of The Aryans ; the Land of the Noble/Worthy Ones") - the land from which the Vedas come; the Chinese as Hsi Tien, the Western Paradise of Hsi Wang Mu, the Royal Mother of the West; the Russian Old Believers, a nineteenth-century Christian sect, knew it as Belovodye and the Kirghiz people as Janaidar. But throughout Asia it is best known by its Sanskrit name, Shambhala, meaning 'the place of peace, of tranquillity.' 

Vril was known to these mystics as a natural and abundant energy, having disseminated it's divine wisdom world wide under many names. 

The Chinese referred to it as "chi", the Hindu as "prana", and the Japanese as "reiki".

Coined by Dr. Wilhelm Reich, Orgone was seen as a massless, omnipresent substance, the universal Life force, the basic building block of all organic and inorganic matter, and closely associated with sexuality (the term itself shares a root with the word orgasm). 

Albert Pike said: "There is in nature one most potent force, by means whereof a single man, who could possess himself of it, and should know how to direct it, could revolutionize and change the face of the world."

Helena Blavatski, the foundress of the Theosophical Society, described this Vril energy as an aether stream that could be transformed into a physical force. 

She writes: "Occult science recognizes seven cosmic elements – four entirely physical, and the fifth (ether) semi-material. These seven elements with their numberless sub-elements (far more numerous than those known to science) are simply conditional modifications and aspects of the ONE and only Element."

Edward Bulwer-Lytton's book, The Coming Race (1871), described an advanced civilization that dwelled below the surface and a mysterious energy-form called "Vril". Blavatsky's recurrent homage to Bulwer-Lytton and the Vril force has exerted a lasting influence on other esoteric authors and occult groups.

What are the Occult Secrets of Vril?

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Robert Sepehr is an author, producer and anthropologist living in Los Angeles, CA.
He specializes in linguistics, paleogenetics and archeology.

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