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Vril, the Power of the Coming Race is a 1871 science fiction novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, originally printed as The Coming Race. Many early readers believed that its account of a superior subterranean master race and the energy-form called "Vril" was accurate, to the extent that some theosophists accepted the book as truth. Since 1960 there has been a conspiracy theory about a secret Vril Society.
The Vril Society became the “inner circle” of The Thule Society
The first hint of the Vril Society's existence was discovered in a scene that would not have been out of place in one of Dennis Wheatley's occult thrillers. On 25 April 1945, so the story goes, a group of battle-weary Russian soldiers were making their cautious way through the shattered remnants of Berlin, mopping up the isolated pockets of German resistance that remained in the heart of the Third Reich. The soldiers moved carefully from one wrecked building to another, in a state of constant readiness against the threat of ambush.
In a ground-floor room of one blasted building, the soldiers made a surprising discovery. Lying in a circle on the floor were the bodies of six men, with a seventh corpse in the centre. All were dressed in German military uniforms, and the dead man in the centre of the group was wearing a pair of bright green gloves. The Russians' assumption that the bodies were those of soldiers was quickly dispelled when they realized that the dead men were all Orientals. One of the Russians, who was from Mongolia, identified the men as Tibetans. It was also evident to the Russian soldiers that the men had not died in battle but seemed to have committed suicide.
Over the following week, hundreds more Tibetans were discovered in Berlin: some of them had clearly died in battle, while others had committed ritual suicide, like the ones discovered by the Russian unit. (2) What were Tibetans doing in Nazi Germany towards the end of the Second World War?
Originally posted by I B Dazzlin
The Vril Society is pretty much bogus in my opinion. It was based off of a science fiction book called The Coming Race, about a group of superhumans that live under the earth and have a powerful energy called the vril. In Nazi occult lore these underground superhumans are said to be related to the aryans. The women in the group were powerful psychics who were in contact with aliens from a distant planet. These aliens are the ones who gave the Nazi's there advanced technology through the psychic women.
I find all of this rather hard to swallow. It is very likely that Hitler enjoyed the idea of the group as he was quite fond of heroic, mythologic stories. This small group would have been easy for Hitler to get under his power as he had done to the German Workers Party, which became the National Socialists Workers Party or better known as the Nazis. It is highly likely that he would have used the Vril Society for what ever they were usefull for just like the rest of Germany. However I have not seen any proof that the Vril Society had any involvement with the designing or building of any weapons, none the less wonder weapons that the Germans were said to have. The ideas based around the lore of the Vril Society are all based off of a science fiction novel, they were basically the scientoligists of their time.
Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
I think they wish to lay claim to the energy in the environment that Tesla found.
Tesla used the over unity power to make the flying machine.
Again its a denial of Tesla in Germany to hide the work that was being done.
Yeah sure its cosmic and from the universe and right in front of us called the
fine matter which you must grab hold of using the Tesla method.