A German secret society which was allegedly created to prepare the Aryan race to meet the supermen who supposedly live in the proposed hollow earth’s interior.
In Germany, before and during World War I, several secret groups sprouted and coexisted within Teutonic society. The Vril Society began around the same time as the Thule Society when Karl Haushofer founded the "Bruder des Lichts", the Brothers of the Light, sometimes also referred to as the Luminous Lodge. This group, as it rose in prominence in German culture, united three major societies; the Lords of the Black Stone, the Black Knights of the Thule Society, and the Black Sun Society, later identified as the elite of Heinrich Himmler’s SS. The Black Sun was actually a secret society within the Thule Society.
Although these societies borrowed some concepts and rites from Theosophists, Rosicrucians, and various other Hermetic groups, they placed special emphasis on what they believed to be the innate mystical powers of the Aryan race.
Their belief was that, a half billion years ago, the Elder Race (the Aryans or the Elohim) began to colonize our solar system as theirs, in the star system of Aldebaran, became uninhabitable. Marduk, allegedly a planet that existed in what is today the asteroid belt, was the first to be colonized. Mars colonization quickly followed, and when they came to Earth, these Aryans were known as the Sumerians.
They also believed that the “Black Sun” was a big ball of "Prima Materia" which supposedly exists in the center of the Earth, putting out radiation in the form of Vril energy. This energy or force was known to the ancients under many names, and it has been called Chi, Ojas, Vril, Astral Light, Odic Forces and Orgone. The Black Sun society maintained that a single man possessing and directing this nature’s most potent force, could revolutionize and change the face of the world.
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