By Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorff, Stephen E. Flowers Ph.D.
Trans., intro. via Stephen E. vegetation
Reveals the key non secular workouts of the Bektashi Order of Sufis
• indicates how this order, often referred to as Oriental Freemasonry, preserves the traditional religious doctrines forgotten and missed by means of sleek Western Freemasonry
• Explains find out how to rework the soul into the alchemical Magnum Opus via combining Masonic grips and the abbreviated letters of the Qur’an
• incorporates a special biography of Baron von Sebottendorff
Originally released in Germany in 1924, this infrequent booklet via Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorff unearths the key religious workouts of the Bektashi Order of Sufis in addition to how this order, often referred to as Oriental Freemasonry, preserves the traditional religious doctrines forgotten via smooth Freemasonry. Sebottendorff explains how the mysterious abbreviated letters present in the Qur’an symbolize formulation for perfecting the spirit of the person. whilst mixed with Masonic hand indicators and grips and performed as a result to an exact agenda, those formulation contain non secular strength into the physique and remodel the soul from its base country right into a noble, godlike country: the Magnum Opus of the medieval alchemists.
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During this time he formed a militia to fight the Communists, was instrumental in the formation of the German Workers’ Party, and acquired a newspaper, the Münchner Beobachter (Munich Observer). In April of 1919, Communists seized power in Bavaria. In this process they took seven members of the Thule Society hostage and subsequently executed them. This atrocity became a rallying point for the right-wing militias. The militias were eventually successful in turning back the left-wing revolution. The German Workers’ Party was soon thereafter reformed by charismatic leader Adolf Hitler into the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (National-Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei—NSDAP), called Nazis by their detractors.
He was put on the payroll of the German Intelligence Service in Istanbul. His handler was Herbert Rittlinge. Turkey had been an ally of Germany in WWI, but in WWII it remained neutral until the very end of the war, when it joined the Allied side. In 1944 the German embassy was closed in Turkey, and Sebottendorff was given his severance pay of one year’s support. On May 8, 1945, Germany surrendered unconditionally. Sebottendorff died that same day. Some controversy surrounds the death of Sebottendorff.
The newspaper was bought by that party and transformed into its mouthpiece—Der völkische Beobachter (The Nationalist Observer). Obviously all of these facts point to Sebottendorff’s deep involvement with what was to become the Nazi movement in post-WWI Germany. It also seems clear that Sebottendorff and others were guided and financed in their efforts. What is less certain is how much these men were engineers of these efforts and how much they were mere pawns. The chronology of Sebottendorff’s life shows that he was mostly involved in personal adventure and spiritual or magical pursuits—with a short, active career (1916–1919) as a political operative under the cover of occult organizations.