Site Symbolism

Hexagram: Represents the struggle between “god” (planetary hierarchy, white lodge) and “satan” (soulless individuals, black lodge) in “spirituality” (mental/consciousness development).

Trishula/Trident: Represents systematic destruction of ideologies; cosmologically the sign/mark of the “beast” (Earth’s Moon) (see Hoerbiger/Bellamy)

Hakenkreuz/Swastika: Represents a renaissance of Hitler’s core beliefs (not his party/movement) and a balanced/stable foundation to build upon; cosmologically, signifies the arrival of a world changing Comet (see ✡Carl Sagan).

Iron Cross: Represents the selection of Germany as the most suitable candidate for resurrecting pre-Socratic/Spartan Greece in the modern world. Also, worldwide German emancipation.

[In the context of a grandiose conflict and in the midst of converging future cosmic cataclysms, I am building upon the best possible foundations an ideology devouring system, an ideological seek-and-destroy weapon calculated to neutralize and eliminate all errors and false belief systems.]

Laurency (L4e2):
Also “Shiva” of the Hindus has been presented as the destroyer, the dissolver of what served evolution once but has now become a hindrance to further evolution. Of course they have conceived of Shiva as wreaking havoc in the physical matter aspect. Wrong, as usual. Shiva dissolves illusions and fictions, thus is the destroyer of emotional and mental forms. That is all what is needed.


✝Alois Irlmaier:
On the Rhine I see a half-moon, which wants to devour everything. The horns of the sickle want to close in, what does it mean?

[This part is usually interpreted as forces of Islam and perhaps communism. But what is a half-moon as a natural phenomenon? It’s a fact that tides are often at the most devastating during a full-moon. A half-moon is merely a prelude to an impending atmosphere or climate of potential disasters. The moon seems benign at first, but it later betrays our expectations. Like most German Christian “prophets”, Irlmaier was wary of the East/Russia and warned Germans not to trust the Russians. On the other hand, this warning could also be applied to subversives (conservative reactionaries) among the German nationalists.]

H. S. Bellamy:

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The Swastika and the Comet by Eric Miller:
With the evidence of the Mawangdui scroll in hand we are forced to conclude that the swastika actually appeared in the heavens as prefigured on the silk book. Recognition of this simple fact, however, was not taken, or at least not popularized, until 1985 when ✡Carl Sagan, in his compendious volume, Comets, concluded what the Chinese must have known immediately upon discovery of the Comet Atlas.
It is interesting that news of the event was not carried by the press, as one might well imagine considering the pervasive importance of the swastika symbol to modern world history.
Indeed, silence on the subject begs the question of why no one discussed the matter prior to Sagan who did not write about it until a decade later.

Comet (1985) by ✡Carl Sagan

Ragnarok The Age of Fire and Gravel by Ignatius Donnelly

✡Carl Sagan:
The theme of rotation is occasionally connected with comets in the ancient records… We therefore ask if there is some widespread ancient symbol, associated with the sky, that indicates rotation. Very tentatively, we suggest that there is one such symbol, the swastika… But there was a time, long before [National Socialists], when swastikas abounded, benign symbols known to almost every culture on the planet…

Hitler, Table Talk, February 17, 1942 (Cameron & Stevens):
The gods, for the Romans, were familiar images. It is somewhat difficult to know whether they had any exact idea of the Beyond. For them, eternal life was personified in living beings, and it consisted in a perpetual renewal. Those were conceptions fairly close to those which were current amongst the Japanese and Chinese at the time when the Swastika made its appearance amongst them.

Otto Wagener, Memoirs of a Confidant, p.g. 78:
As we continued the tour, our guide called our attention to how widespread the swastika was. “We find it not only in the records of the old Germanic people, to whom it can be attributed, probably correctly. For it must be the Nordic sun wheel, with four spokes but with a broken rim, the preliminary stage of the correct, common wagon wheel. But we also find it in Russia, in the Ukraine, in Asia Minor–to this day it is knotted into Persian rugs–in the Near East in general, down into the interior of India, and finally, we encounter it in ancient Egypt and, later on, in Crete and Greece.”

Hitler, August 15, 1920 speech:
Above all in the northern part of the world, in those enormous ice deserts where only the meagrest existence was possible. Here, men were forced to fight for their existence, for things which were, in the smiling South, available without work, and in abundance. In those times man made perhaps his first groundbreaking discovery: In those cold stretches man was forced to find a substitute for the only gift of Heaven which makes life possible – the Sun.

Hitler, Memoirs of a Confidant, p.g. 82:
And these Nordic peoples, who had long since lost all memory of their past, carried within themselves only one remnant: their idea of the gods, their longing, and their ethical philosophy and way of life. These were transmitted in legends and songs, they were handed down in signs and pictorial representations. The idea that the sun is depicted as a deity, circling the earth on a chariot with fiery horses, can only have originated in the north. Only there does the sun circle the rim of the horizon, only there can such a concept be born. And the same holds true for the swastika. It is the wheel of the sun that rolls from east to west–that is, from left to right–around the surface of the earth, which is inhabited by humans. That is why it seems wrong to you at once when the swastika’s hooks point to the right rather than the left [sic]. Wherever the sun god is represented in a chariot, and wherever we find this swastika used as a symbol – there we can assume Nordic peoples to have lived after the ice age drove them southward from their homes.

Rosenberg:
Der Mythus
Ahura Mazda says to Zoroaster: Only once in the year does one see the rising and setting of stars and sun and moon; and the inhabitants hold to be a day, what is a year. This must be for the Persian god of light a distant memory of the Nordic homeland, for only in the far north do day and night each last six
months.
The Mahabharata reports of the Indian hero, Arjuna, that during his visit to the mountain of Meru, the sun and moon daily passed around from left to right. Such an idea could never have originated in the tropical south, for only in the far north does the sun disc roll along the horizon. A prayer is also addressed to the Indian Adityas: May the long darkness not come over us, and it is complained of bright Agni that he had tarried too much in the long darkness, all of which can only be attributed to the long Hyperborean night.

Francis Owen:
Typical symbols of a religious nature are: a simple point with the radiating beams of the sun, the indication of the four directions of the compass, either with or without the sun circle, the sun-wheel, the sun chariot, the swastika, which is a development of the sun-wheel, the cross the radiating sun

Francis Owen:
The cross is a symbol of the sun, the sun-wheel originally, the wheel standing as a symbol of the sun- wagon of which it is a part.

Hitler, September 5, 1934 speech:
Posterity shall one day say of us: never was the German nation stronger and never its future more secure than at the time when the ancient Germanic peoples’ old mystical symbol of salvation (Heilszeichen) was rejuvenated in Germany to become the symbol of the Third Reich.

Hermann Giesler, The Artist Within the Warlord, p.g. 107:
Translated by Wilhelm Kriessmann, Ph.D and Carolyn Yeager
Let me say it a little differently: the swastika flag flies right now as our national symbol. It will one day be a Nordic symbol and Germany the magnetic power field. That power field will draw in and win over all those who sense the aura of the time.

Mein Kampf:
Our nationalist and socialist programme was made manifest in our flag. The red expressed the social thought underlying the Movement, white the national thought, and the swastika signified the mission allotted to us—the struggle for the victory of Aryan mankind and at the same time the triumph of the ideal of creative work which in itself is, and always will be, anti-Semitic.

G. Ward Price:
The banner and badge of the Party were of his own choice. He took the black, white, and red colours of the old Imperial Germany, and used them in new proportions to represent the very different constitution at which he aimed. He used a lot of red, to allure or antagonize the Socialists-he cared not which, so long as he attracted their attention. Then on a white medallion he placed the novel device of a black swastika. This emblem had a nationalist significance because it had been adopted by those ‘Free Corps’ of Baltic Troops which, after fighting against the Bolshevik armies, had helped to suppress the Communist rising in North Germany.