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FTR #874 Update on Fascism and the New Age

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This pro­gram was record­ed in one, 60-minute seg­ment [6]

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Von Braun and Fel­low Adher­ents to the Age of Aquar­ius

Intro­duc­tion: The gulf between Nazism and the so-called New Age might seem to be so wide as to be unbridge­able. Sad­ly, that is not the case. At the core of Nazi belief was occultism, draw­ing on Pan-Ger­man­ic mythol­o­gy deriv­ing from the Thule Soci­ety, arios­o­phy, ele­ments of Hin­du reli­gious doc­trine and more com­mon­ly rec­og­niz­able belief sys­tems such as astrol­o­gy.

As a result, New Age sects and reli­gion have fre­quent­ly dove­tailed with ele­ments of Nazi and fas­cist phi­los­o­phy. (For more about the Nazi/fascist/New Age con­nec­tion, see–among oth­er pro­grams–FTR #‘s 170 [9]172 [10]221 [11] as well as L‑2 [12]. The inti­mate rela­tion­ship between ele­ments of the intel­li­gence com­mu­ni­ty, mind con­trol, cults and fas­cism are dis­cussed in–among oth­er pro­grams–AFA #7 [13]Mis­cel­la­neous Archive [14] Show M7 [15], and FTR #291 [16]. The recent under­ground film “Thrive” [17] is very much worth exam­in­ing in this regard.)

In FTR #873 [18], we exam­ined how the Atlantis myth has fed direct­ly into Nazi occultism and “poly­ge­n­e­sis,” a key fea­ture of sci­en­tif­ic racism.

J.Z. Knight has built a suc­cess­ful orga­ni­za­tion by claim­ing to chan­nel an ancient “Atlantean/Lemurian” War­rior named Ramtha. In addi­tion to lubri­cat­ing the spir­i­tu­al cog­ni­tion of her acolytes with copi­ous amounts of wine, Knight/Ramtha has dis­sem­i­nat­ed pro­found­ly dis­parag­ing views of var­i­ous groups: ” . . . Dur­ing the 16 or so hours the stu­dents spend in a spir­i­tu­al drink­ing game (stu­dents must drink every time Ramtha/Knight does), Knight will dis­par­age Catholics, gay peo­ple, Mex­i­cans, organ­ic farm­ers, and Jews. . . . . Fuck God’s cho­sen peo­ple! I think they have earned enough cash to have paid their way out of the god­damned gas cham­bers by now,” she says as mem­bers of the audi­ence snick­er. There are also tit­ters when she declares Mex­i­cans “breed like rab­bits” and are “poi­son,” that all gay men were once Catholic priests, and that organ­ic farm­ers have ques­tion­able hygiene. . . .”

Knight/Ramtha’s views have found res­o­nance on the Storm­front web­site, arguably the lead­ing neo-Nazi and white suprema­cist web­site.

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Next, we turn to exam­i­na­tion of a major con­stel­la­tion in the New Age firmament–the Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences. Based in Petaluma, Cal­i­for­nia, the insti­tute was co-found­ed by SS offi­cer, Third Reich and NASA rock­et sci­en­tist and Project Paper­clip import Wern­er von Braun.

Anoth­er of the co-founders is for­mer EXXON exec­u­tive Paul Tem­ple, who also is deeply involved with Abra­ham Verei­de’s Fel­low­ship Foun­da­tion.

[20]In FTR #697 [21], we exam­ined the strong con­nec­tions between Verei­de’s group, the Third Reich and post-war Under­ground Reich-con­nect­ed ele­ments.

Next, we turn to yet anoth­er Third Reich alum­nus who worked for NASA.

As the envi­ron­ment and the econ­o­my con­tin­ue to suf­fer and deteriorate–and the human con­di­tion along with them–it may prove enlight­en­ing and very use­ful to weigh the impli­ca­tions [12] of those who advo­cate belief in Space Aliens [22]. One of them is Josef F. Blum­rich.

Blum­rich appar­ent­ly worked for the Messer­schmitt firm [23], much of that time work­ing on the ME-110 fight­er. Ulti­mate­ly, he became an allied POW and went to work for NASA, the ulti­mate home of many of the Third Reich’s rock­et per­son­nel.

Could this be part of an attempt at prepar­ing us for our “Nazi/Aryan/Brothers from Space/Angels from God”? [24]

The sec­ond half of the pro­gram con­sists of a re-broad­c­st of FTR #170 [9], deal­ing with “The Nine” and oth­er aspects of poly­ge­n­e­sis racial the­o­ry and “eso­teric Nazism.”

Pro­gram High­lights Include: 

1. The gulf between Nazism and the so-called New Age might seem to be so wide as to be unbridge­able. Sad­ly, that is not the case. At the core of Nazi belief was occultism, draw­ing on Pan-Ger­man­ic mythol­o­gy deriv­ing from the Thule Soci­ety, arios­o­phy, ele­ments of Hin­du reli­gious doc­trine and more com­mon­ly rec­og­niz­able belief sys­tems such as astrol­o­gy.

As a result, New Age sects and reli­gion have fre­quent­ly dove­tailed with ele­ments of Nazi and fas­cist phi­los­o­phy. (For more about the Nazi/fascist/New Age con­nec­tion, see–among oth­er pro­grams–FTR #‘s 170 [9]172 [10]221 [11] as well as L‑2 [12]. The inti­mate rela­tion­ship between ele­ments of the intel­li­gence com­mu­ni­ty, mind con­trol, cults and fas­cism are dis­cussed in–among oth­er pro­grams–AFA #7Mis­cel­la­neous Archive [14] Show M7 [15], and FTR #291 [16]. The recent under­ground film “Thrive” [17] is very much worth exam­in­ing in this regard.)

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Ancient Astro­naut?

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J.Z. Knight

J.Z. Knight has built a suc­cess­ful orga­ni­za­tion by claim­ing to chan­nel an ancient “Atlantean/Lemurian” War­rior named Ramtha. In addi­tion to lubri­cat­ing the spir­i­tu­al cog­ni­tion of her acolytes with copi­ous amounts of wine, Knight/Ramtha has dis­sem­i­nat­ed pro­found­ly dis­parag­ing views of var­i­ous groups: ” . . . Dur­ing the 16 or so hours the stu­dents spend in a spir­i­tu­al drink­ing game (stu­dents must drink every time Ramtha/Knight does), Knight will dis­par­age Catholics, gay peo­ple, Mex­i­cans, organ­ic farm­ers, and Jews. . . . . Fuck God’s cho­sen peo­ple! I think they have earned enough cash to have paid their way out of the god­damned gas cham­bers by now,” she says as mem­bers of the audi­ence snick­er. There are also tit­ters when she declares Mex­i­cans “breed like rab­bits” and are “poi­son,” that all gay men were once Catholic priests, and that organ­ic farm­ers have ques­tion­able hygiene. . . .”

Knight/Ramtha’s views have found res­o­nance on the Storm­front web­site, arguably the lead­ing neo-Nazi and white suprema­cist web­site. (It was found­ed by David Duke asso­ciate Don Black. Black, in turn, net­works with Snow­den Pres­i­den­tial can­di­date of choice Ron Paul.)

A major con­stel­la­tion in the New Age fir­ma­ment is the Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences, the next top­ic of dis­cus­sion. Based in Petaluma, Cal­i­for­nia, the insti­tute was co-found­ed by SS offi­cer, Third Reich and NASA rock­et sci­en­tist and Project Paper­clip import Wern­er von Braun. Anoth­er of the co-founders is for­mer EXXON exec­u­tive Paul Tem­ple, who also is deeply involved with Abra­ham Verei­de’s Fel­low­ship Foun­da­tion. In FTR #697 [21], we exam­ined the strong con­nec­tions between Verei­de’s group, the Third Reich and post-war Under­ground Reich-con­nect­ed ele­ments.

 “Ramtha Riled” by Susy Buchanan; Intel­li­gence Report [South­ern Pover­ty Law Cen­ter]; Issue #154/Summer 2014. [27]

It’s March 2011 at the Ramtha School of Enlight­en­ment (RSE) in this rapid­ly grow­ing town just out­side of Olympia. Hun­dreds of truth seek­ers pack into a con­vert­ed horse are­na to hear a 35,000-year-old Lemuri­an war­rior speak the wis­dom of the ages. The crowd is yearn­ing for super-con­scious­ness and enlight­en­ment; what they get is drunk­en ram­blings pep­pered with curse words. There’s no Kool-Aid served, just red wine, bot­tles and bot­tles of it. Wine cer­e­monies, which have been going on at RSE since 1996, are sig­nif­i­cant because stu­dents believe wine grapes were brought to Earth by extrater­res­tri­als 450,000 years ago.

The blonde on stage is J.Z. (for Judith Zebra) Knight, a 65-year-old for­mer rodeo queen and cable TV sales­woman. The words com­ing from her mouth aren’t hers, the assem­bled crowd believes, but rather those of the ethe­re­al being she chan­nels, Ramtha the Enlight­ened One. Knight goes back and forth between her­self and the sup­pos­ed­ly chan­neled Ramtha.

Dur­ing the 16 or so hours the stu­dents spend in a spir­i­tu­al drink­ing game (stu­dents must drink every time Ramtha/Knight does), Knight will dis­par­age Catholics, gay peo­ple, Mex­i­cans, organ­ic farm­ers, and Jews.

Fuck God’s cho­sen peo­ple! I think they have earned enough cash to have paid their way out of the god­damned gas cham­bers by now,” she says as mem­bers of the audi­ence snick­er. There are also tit­ters when she declares Mex­i­cans “breed like rab­bits” and are “poi­son,” that all gay men were once Catholic priests, and that organ­ic farm­ers have ques­tion­able hygiene. . . .

 . . . . The excerpts from that wine cer­e­mo­ny left Thurston Coun­ty res­i­dents shocked and won­der­ing if there was a more sin­is­ter side to their kooky neigh­bor­hood cult.

Was there a hate group lurk­ing in “The Pride of the Prairie,” as Yelm calls itself? . . . .

. . . . She [Knight] began chan­nel­ing Ramtha in pub­lic in 1979, pre­sent­ing his wis­dom nation­al­ly and inter­na­tion­al­ly through work­shops and retreats called “Ramtha Dia­logues.” Ear­ly stu­dents includ­ed Shirley MacLaine (who broke off con­tact with Knight 30 years ago, a spokesman for the actress and author said), and, RSE offi­cials say, actors Richard Cham­ber­lain and Mike Far­rell. Actress Salma Hayek and for­mer “Dynasty” star Lin­da Evans are cur­rent stu­dents, they add.

That same year, she pur­chased an 80-acre ranch in Yelm, where she would breed Ara­bi­an hors­es for a time, build her­self a 12,800-square-foot chateau, sub­se­quent­ly sell the hors­es, remod­el the 15,000-square-foot horse are­na, and open what would become RSE in 1989.

The loca­tion has sig­nif­i­cance that goes beyond cheap land. The region, accord­ing to RSE, was actu­al­ly part of ancient Lemuria dur­ing Ramtha’s life­time, before he migrat­ed to Atlantis and freed his peo­ple from tyran­ny at the age of 14, then went on to con­quer two-thirds of the world at the head of an army of 2.5 mil­lion. After being run through with a sword dur­ing bat­tle, Ramtha sat on a rock and med­i­tat­ed for sev­en years, became enlight­ened, taught his body to vibrate at a high fre­quen­cy and ascend­ed, like Jesus, RSE’s web­site explains. . . .

. . . . . But Knight also teach­es stu­dents to be sov­er­eign, to hoard gold and pre­pare food and sup­plies to sur­vive for two years after one of the nat­ur­al dis­as­ters that she often pre­dicts will hit the earth. Knight as Ramtha is also quot­ed on the neo-Nazi Web forum Storm­front, where her writ­ings on the “New World Order” are much appre­ci­at­ed and quot­ed under head­ings such as “Jews were respon­si­ble for caus­ing WW1 & 2.”

“It took a lot to get this coun­try into the First World War, because no one want­ed to get into it. And so the Gray­men, own­ing most of the media ... do you know what the media is? I have learned that term!” wrote “Ramtha” in 1999’s Ramtha: The White Book (which also car­ries an intro­duc­tion by Knight). “The Gray­men own them all; you know, the papers you read, the box you watch, the mag­a­zines you thumb through, the radio waves you lis­ten to.”

In 2004, RSE stu­dents pro­duced an infomer­cial for the school dis­guised as a doc­u­men­tary called “What the Bleep do we Know!?” The film grossed $10 mil­lion in the Unit­ed States but was panned by crit­ics. “New Age hooey dis­guised as a sci­en­tif­ic doc­u­men­tary about quan­tum physics,” is how Jack Gar­ner of the Rochester [N.Y.] Demo­c­rat and Chron­i­cle summed it up.

Appear­ing in the film is Irish­man Míceál Led­with, a for­mer mon­sign­or in the Catholic Church, advis­er to the pope, and pres­i­dent at St. Patrick’s Col­lege, Maynooth, an Irish sem­i­nary dat­ing back to 1518.

Led­with resigned abrupt­ly in 1994 after alle­ga­tions of pedophil­ia, which were lat­er set­tled out of court, and was defrocked by the Vat­i­can in 2005.

Led­with, who is part of Knight’s inner cir­cle and has been a stu­dent at RSE since 1989, can be seen in the full-length, 16-hour video of the 2011 wine cer­e­mo­ny, where he takes the stage with Knight about sev­en hours in, prop­ping him­self up on Ramtha’s ornate throne.

“Fuck Jeho­vah,” Knight pro­claims, speak­ing in Ramtha’s voice and out­ing Jesus as a fel­low alien who came to this plan­et to basi­cal­ly teach the same things. From the same stage, Led­with denounces the bib­li­cal God as “fick­le, capri­cious, psy­chot­ic, neu­rot­ic, and inse­cure, and we are sup­posed to believe that he is the cre­ator God.” Knight adds that God is a “psy­chot­ic, inse­cure son of a bitch,” which draws a chuck­le from the for­mer priest. Then they dance. . . .

2a. A major con­stel­la­tion in the New Age fir­ma­ment is the Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences. Based in Petaluma, Cal­i­for­nia, the insti­tute was co-found­ed by SS offi­cer, Third Reich and NASA rock­et sci­en­tist and Project Paper­clip import Wern­er von Braun.

Anoth­er of the co-founders is for­mer EXXON exec­u­tive Paul Tem­ple, who also is deeply involved with Abra­ham Verei­de’s Fel­low­ship Foun­da­tion.

In FTR #697 [21], we exam­ined the strong con­nec­tions between Verei­de’s group, the Third Reich and post-war Under­ground Reich-con­nect­ed ele­ments.

Adher­ents of the New Age [12] would do well to con­sid­er with what [28] they are engag­ing.

“Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences;” Wikipedia.com [29]

The Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences (IONS) is an Amer­i­can non-prof­it parapsychological[1] research insti­tute. It was co-found­ed in 1973 by for­mer astro­naut Edgar Mitchell,[2][3][4] along with Wern­her von Braun,[1] investor Paul N. Tem­ple,[5] and oth­ers inter­est­ed in pur­port­ed para­nor­mal phenomena,[1] in order to encour­age and con­duct research on noet­ic the­o­ry and human potentials.[6][7]
The insti­tute con­ducts research on such top­ics such as spon­ta­neous remission,[8][9] meditation,[8] con­scious­ness, alter­na­tive heal­ing prac­tices, con­scious­ness-based health­care, spir­i­tu­al­i­ty, human poten­tial, psy­chic abil­i­ties, psychokenesis[9] and sur­vival of con­scious­ness after bod­i­ly death.[10][11] . . .

2b. Fur­ther devel­op­ing the nature of the founders of the Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences, we high­light Wern­er von Braun’s mem­ber­ship in the SS.

“Wern­er von Braun;” OperationPaperclip.info [30]

. . . . An OMGUS (Office of Mil­i­tary Gov­ern­ment, Unit­ed States) doc­u­ment dat­ed April 23, 1947 states that von Braun joined the SS (Schutzstaffel) horse­back rid­ing school in 1933, then the Nazi Par­ty on May 1, 1937 and became an offi­cer in the SS from May 1940 to the end of the war. . . .

. . . .He began as an Unter­sturm­führer (Sec­ond Lieu­tenant) and was pro­mot­ed three times by Himm­ler, the last time in June 1943 to SS-Sturm­ban­n­führer (Wehrma­cht Major). . . .

2c. An exam­ple of von Braun’s “Aquar­i­an con­scious­ness” may be gleaned from his role in procur­ing the slave labor­ers for the V‑2 pro­duc­tion lines:

Oper­a­tion Paper­clip  by Annie Jacob­sen; HC Lit­tle, Brown and Com­pa­ny; Copy­right 2014 by Anne M. Jacob­sen; ISBN 978–0‑316–22104‑7; p. 16. [31]

. . . . This time, Wern­er von Braun ini­ti­at­ed the action him­self. On August 15, 1944, von Braun wrote a let­ter to a Mit­tel­w­erk engi­neer, Albin Sawatz­ki, describ­ing a new lab­o­ra­to­ry he want­ed to set up inside the tun­nels. Von Braun told Sawatz­ki that to expe­dite the process, he had tak­en it upon him­self to pro­cure slave labor­ers from the Buchen­wald con­cen­tra­tion camp. . . .

2d. Cit­i­zen von Braun cer­tain­ly knew about the con­di­tions in which his charges labored:

Oper­a­tion Paper­clip  by Annie Jacob­sen; HC Lit­tle, Brown and Com­pa­ny; Copy­right 2014 by Anne M. Jacob­sen; ISBN 978–0‑316–22104‑7; p. 14. [31]

. . . . The pris­on­ers worked twelve-hour shifts, sev­en days a week, putting togeth­er V‑weapons. By the end of the first two months there were eight thou­sand men liv­ing and work­ing in this cramped under­ground space.  There was no fresh air in the tun­nels, no ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem, no water, and very lit­tle light. ‘Blast­ing went on day and night and the dust after every blast was so thick that it was impos­si­ble to see five steps ahead,’ read one report. Labor­ers slept inside the tun­nels on wood bunk beds. There were no wash­ing facil­i­ties and no san­i­ta­tion. Latrines were bar­rels cut in half. The work­ers suf­fered and died from star­va­tion, dysen­tery, pleurisy, pneu­mo­nia, tuber­cu­lo­sis, and phleg­ma­sia from beat­ings. The men were walk­ing skele­tons, skin stretched over bones. Some per­ished from ammo­nia burns to the lungs. Oth­ers died by being crushed from the weight of the rock­et parts they were forced to car­ry. The dead were replace­able. Humans and machine parts went into the tun­nels. Rock­ets and corpses came out. Work­ers who were slow on the pro­duc­tion lines were beat­en to death.  Insub­or­di­nates were gar­rot­ed or hanged.  After the war, war crimes inves­ti­ga­tors deter­mined that approx­i­mate­ly half of the six­ty thou­sand men even­tu­al­ly brought to Nord­hausen were worked to death. . . .  .

2e. As men­tioned above, anoth­er of the Insti­tute’s co-founders is Paul N. Tem­ple.

“Paul Nathaniel Tem­ple, Jr.”; Wikipedia.com [32]

Paul grad­u­at­ed from Prince­ton Uni­ver­si­ty in 1944 and Har­vard Law School in 1948.[2] From 1954 to 1961 he was an inter­na­tion­al petro­le­um con­ces­sions nego­tia­tor for Exxon.[2] He and astro­naut Edgar Mitchell co-found­ed the Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences in 1973.[cita­tion need­ed] He has been a mem­ber of the Insti­tute of Noet­ic Sci­ences board of direc­tors since 1973 and was the chair­man from 1983 to 1999. He cre­at­ed the Tem­ple Awards for Cre­ative Altruism.[2][3] He helps fund The Fel­low­ship Foun­da­tion, a secre­tive U.S.-based reli­gious and polit­i­cal orga­ni­za­tion found­ed in 1935 by Methodist min­is­ter Abra­ham Verei­de.[4][5] Paul N. Tem­ple was an insid­er “core mem­ber” of the Fel­low­ship Foun­da­tion and/or Insti­tute for Chris­t­ian Lead­er­ship since the 1940s. . . .

3. As the envi­ron­ment and the econ­o­my con­tin­ue to suf­fer and deteriorate–and the human con­di­tion along with them–it may prove enlight­en­ing and very use­ful to weigh the impli­ca­tions [12] of those who advo­cate belief in Space Aliens [22]. One of them is Josef F. Blum­rich.

Blum­rich appar­ent­ly worked for the Messer­schmitt firm [23], much of that time work­ing on the ME-110 fight­er. Ulti­mate­ly, he became an allied POW and went to work for NASA, the ulti­mate home of many of the Third Reich’s rock­et per­son­nel.

Could this be part of an attempt at prepar­ing us for our “Nazi/Aryan/Brothers from Space/Angels from God”? [24]

“The Space­ships of Ezekiel”; Wikipedia. [33]

The Space­ships of Ezekiel (1974) is a book by Josef F. Blum­rich writ­ten while he was chief of NASA’s sys­tems lay­out branch of the pro­gram devel­op­ment office at the Mar­shall Space Flight Center.In it he asserts that Ezekiel’s account in the Bible was not a descrip­tion of a meet­ing with God in a prophet­ic vision, but a descrip­tion of sev­er­al encoun­ters with ancient astro­nauts in a shut­tle­craft from anoth­er plan­et.

Ezekiel was an Old Tes­ta­ment prophet who wrote about sev­er­al visions he had in which he said God showed him the future and gave him var­i­ous mes­sages to deliv­er. Ezekiel describes see­ing God rid­ing in a char­i­ot-like vehi­cle attend­ed by angels. . . .

4. The sec­ond half of the pro­gram con­sists of a recap of FTR #170 [9]. The descrip­tion for the pro­gram fol­lows:

With the end of the mil­len­ni­um draw­ing near, it is increas­ing­ly impor­tant to be aware of pos­si­ble polit­i­cal manip­u­la­tion of peo­ple’s apoc­a­lyp­tic fears and hopes. In that con­text, a chan­nel­ing cult called “The Nine” bears par­tic­u­lar exam­i­na­tion.

Pur­port­ing to be the “Ennead” (the nine gods of ancient Egypt), they have links to many dif­fer­ent indi­vid­u­als and insti­tu­tions includ­ing: Andri­ja Puharich (con­nect­ed to the CIA’s mind con­trol pro­grams of the 50s and 60s), Rus­sians asso­ci­at­ed with the Gor­bachev regime in the for­mer USSR, the Esalen Insti­tute and numer­ous New Age orga­ni­za­tions. This orga­ni­za­tion espous­es a racist, ariosophist phi­los­o­phy that main­tains that all of the Earth­’s peo­ples are descend­ed from The Nine (and, con­se­quent­ly, supe­ri­or) except for the black race (who are, con­se­quent­ly, infe­ri­or.)

With the New Age move­ment grow­ing and with 42% of Amer­i­can col­lege grad­u­ates believ­ing that we have been vis­it­ed by space aliens, the dan­ger that the views of The Nine could achieve wide­spread accep­tance and lead to geno­cide is not one that should be too read­i­ly cast aside. (It should be not­ed that there is con­vinc­ing evi­dence that so-called UFOs are real, but do not come from out­er space. Should they be deployed in con­junc­tion with oth­er types of secret tech­nol­o­gy, the views of The Nine could be rein­forced in a very con­vinc­ing way.)

As not­ed above, Andri­ja Puharich, whose orga­ni­za­tion has done much to pro­mote The Nine, was involved with the CIA mind-con­trol pro­grams. Those pro­grams were ini­ti­at­ed from a research base devel­oped by the Nazis in World War II.

The pro­gram con­cludes with a brief look at Sav­it­ri Devi, a post-war Nazi mys­tic who has achieved con­sid­er­able influ­ence in the New Age move­ment. (Record­ed on 9/19/99.)