Germanic mysticism
Germanic mysticism or Germanic occultism describes the several phases of mysticism originating in, and practiced primarily in, Germany and surrounding German speaking countries and areas.These begin w...
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Nazism and occultism
Nazism and occultism describes a range of theories, speculation and research into origins of Nazism and its possible relation to various occult traditions. Such ideas have been a part of popular cultu...
Gothi
A goði or gothi (plural goðar) is the Old Norse term for a priest and chieftain. Gyðja signifies a priestess.During the Viking Age, the goði was originally a heathen priest. After the Settlement in Ic...
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Der Wiederentdecker Uralter Arischer Weisheit
"Guido v. List: Der Wiederentdecker Uralter Arischer Weisheit - Sein Leben und sein Schaffen" is a book written by Johannes Balzli in 1917 on the Armanic occultist Guido von List.The English translat...
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Runic magic
There is some evidence that, in addition to being a writing system, runes historically served purposes of magic. This is the case from earliest epigraphic evidence of the Roman to Germanic Iron Age, w...
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Das Geheimnis der Runen
Das Geheimnis der Runen (English: 'The Secret of the Runes' ) is a book by Austrian mystic Guido von List, in which he presents his "Armanen Futharkh".It appeared as a periodical article in 1906, and...
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Armanen-Orden
The Armanen-Orden (AO; German for "Armanen Order", "Order of the Armanen") was founded as a revival of the Ariosophical Guido von List Society by German occultist Adolf Schleipfer (b. 1947) and his ...
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Sowilō
*Sowilō or *sæwelō is the reconstructed Proto-Germanic name of the s-rune, meaning "sun". The name is attested for the same rune in all three rune poems. It appears as Old Norse sól, Old English sigel...
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Álfablót
The Álfablót or the Elven sacrifice was a pagan Scandinavian sacrifice to the elves towards the end of autumn, when the crops had been harvested and the animals were most fat. Unlike the great blóts a...
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Glossary of Germanic mysticism
This is a list of magical terms in Germanic mysticism dealing with various occult practices, traditions, and components of magic within Odinism or Germanic Neopaganism. This list is not intended for t...
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Philipp Stauff
Philipp Stauff (1876–1923) was a prominent German/Austrian journalist and publisher in Berlin. He was an enthusiastic Armanist, a close friend of Guido von List, and a founding member of the Gui...
Irminenschaft
Irminenschaft (or, Irminism, Irminenreligion) is a current of Ariosophy based on a Germanic deity Irmin which is supposedly reconstructed from literaric, linguistic and onomastic sources. Among other ...
Thule Society
The Thule Society (/ˈθjuːliː/; German: Thule-Gesellschaft), originally the Studiengruppe für germanisches Altertum ("Study Group for Germanic Antiquity"), was a German occultist and völkisch group...
Adolf Hitler's religious views
Adolf Hitler was raised by an increasingly anti-clerical father and devout Catholic mother. Baptized as an infant and confirmed at the age of fifteen, he ceased attending Mass and participating in the...
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Uthark theory
In the occult study of the esoteric meaning of runes, the Uthark theory originated in the 1930s with the work of philologist Sigurd Agrell (1881–1937), a professor at Lund University, Sweden.He theori...
Wyrd
Wyrd is a concept in Anglo-Saxon culture roughly corresponding to fate or personal destiny. Their concept of fate, wyrd, was stronger than that of the Classical Pagans as there was no resisting it. T...
Artgemeinschaft
The Artgemeinschaft Germanische Glaubens-Gemeinschaft (AG GGG) is a German Neopagan and Neo-Nazi organization, founded in 1951 by the former member of the SS Wilhelm Kusserow. In 1983 it merged with t...
Black Sun (occult symbol)
The term Black Sun (German Schwarze Sonne), also referred to as the Sonnenrad (German for "Sun Wheel"), is a symbol of esoteric and occult significance. Its design is based on a sun wheel mosaic incor...
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Friedrich Marby
Friedrich Bernhard Marby (10 May 1882 – 3 December 1966) was a German rune occultist and Germanic revivalist. He is best known for his revivalism and use of the Armanen runes row. Marby was imp...
Fylgja
In Norse mythology, a fylgja (Old Norse, literally "someone that accompanies," plural fylgjur) is a supernatural being or creature which accompanies a person in connection to their fate or fortune. Fy...
Wendehorn
Wendehorn is a "runic" symbol resembling the Tvimadur symbol. It is allegedly a bindrune of the Man and Yr runes, symbolizing 'life' and 'death' respectively. The term is due to Guido von List's Das ...
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Tannenbergbund
The Tannenbergbund was a far right German political society founded by the German Army general Erich Ludendorff in 1925.
Ludendorff had been a leading member of the National Socialist German Worke...
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Rudolf John Gorsleben
Rudolf John Gorsleben (16 March 1883 – 23 August 1930) was a German Ariosophist, Armanist (practitioner of the Armanen runes), journal editor and playwright.
Gorsleben was born in Metz. Duri...
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Dísablót
The Dísablót was the blót (sacrificial holiday) which was held in honour of the female spirits or deities called dísir (and the Valkyries), from pre-historic times until the Christianization of Scand...
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Hitler and the occult
Hitler and the occult could refer to any of several topics:
Stephen Flowers
Stephen Edred Flowers (born 1953) also known by the pen-name Edred Thorsson, is an American Runologist and proponent of occultism and Germanic mysticism. He has over two dozen published books and hund...