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British Intelligence and the Occult. A backstory of Maier Files - true, non-fiction facts. Part 1 - Aleister Crowley, agent 666 and Lord Tregedar One of those practitioners of the magical and occult arts was Aleister Crowley. Crowley is perhaps the best known ‘occult spy’ operating in the Second World War, and in fact long before. It is not surprising that through history...

"Raketen oder Meteore" Article published in the Newspaper "Die Welt" 1952 Several celestial phenomena were observed from Tyrol to Scandinavia.[vc_separator type='transparent' position='center' color='' thickness='20' up='' down=''] Hamburg 29 September On Sunday night the skies in Northern Germany, Denmark and Sweden were the scene of numerous mysterious observations. Some called the phenomena "flying saucers", other saw remote-controlled missiles, and again some others were convinced...

  Germany has seen the rise and fall of numerous secret orders and has harbored or encouraged the development of them more than most European nations. Though this doesn't mean they are more powerful, from the Rosicrucians to the Order to the Golden Dawn, from the Freemasons to the beginning of the Nazi Party, Germany has had its fair share of...

Is the missing Ghent Altarpiece a map to the Holy Grail? Why did Hitler crave the missing panel in the famous Ghent Altarpiece? [vc_row][vc_column width='3/4'] The iconography of The Ghent Altarpiece has since a long time fascinated  researchers. When it was finished in 1432, the work of art became instantly the most famous in Europe. It was the first real oil painting. Oil...

  Backstories on Maier files. The the Bank for International Settlement (BIS) was established on 17 May 1930, The following information can be found on the BIS bank's website and can be consulted openly. www.bis.org It's a good reading for everyone who wants to get to know more about the story of Rolf Dietrich, the true conspiracies and plot twists. Bank of International Settlements...

Returning to Eschenbach's tale, Parsifal is led into a cavern by Trevrizent to initiate him into the mystery of the Grail: To a grotto his host led him, Where hardly a breath of wind ever came There, was a robe: his host Put it on him and then led him Into a nearby cell. Eschenbach must have been curiously well informed as to the whereabouts of...

One of the many mysteries and anomalies in history of WW2 is a strange account that took place on May 2 of 1945. On that day an unknown Company dressed in SS uniforms delivered a convoy to Zillertal Mountain Pass where a select group of officers took possession of a number of heavy lead-lined boxes. In a torchlit ceremony the...

Grimm writes that the Hörselberg of Thuringia was still considered in the 10th through 14th centuries to be the residence of the German goddess Holda and her host. He cites legends of “night-women in the service of dame Holda” who “rove through the air on appointed nights, mounted on beasts,” and asserts that they “were originally dæmonic elvish beings, who...

    There's a strange connection with Amber and the Amber routes. An ancient postcard showed up with a signature of Müller. Heligoland, the holy land (heliges Land) which was once called Abalus and Balcia. Old songs recount that the god Balder laid at rest here.  The Greek historian Diodorus knew that Heligoland was to be found “in the ocean, a continentcrossing...