Wernher Magnus Maximilian Freiherr von Braun was one of the
leading figures in the development of rocket technology. At
school he aquired a copy of, 'Die Rakete zu den PlanetenrŠumen'
(The Rocket into Interplanetary Space) by rocket pioneer Hermann
Oberth. Wernher von Braun developed a teenage working relationship
and exchange of ideas with 'Jack'
Parsons a Los Angeles based rocket scientist, who in the
early 1940s led the U.S. based Lodge
of the Ordo Templi Orientis
1930 von Braun joined the Verein für Raumschiffahrt (VfR)
(The Society for Spaceship Travel) founded in 1927. As
well as conducting their rocketry experiments, the society
also sought to promote the idea of space travel. To this end,
Oberth worked as a consultant on Fritz Lang's early science
fiction film Frau im Mond (The Woman in the Moon).
was a Nazi SS Officer from 1937. He was head of the team that
designed the German V-2 rockets which bombed London and Antwerp
in 1944 and 1945. At the end of WW2 von Braun hid the V2 plans
in an abandoned mine shaft in Bad Sachsa, in the Harz
Mountains, Germany. In 1945 through the US initiated 'Operation
Paperclip' von Braun was taken to the States where he became
father of the US space program, NASA.
Vril Society (Vril Gesellschaft) was the inner core of the
Society during the 3rd Reich. Vril joined with the Thule
Society to fund their spacecraft programme at Arado-Brandenburg
Aircraft Facility. Vril discs were interdimensional flight
machines based on psychic revelations
from the Alderbarian aliens. Vril disc research began in 1922
and building took place between 1939-1945. Members
of the Vril Society included Hitler, Rosenberg, Himmler and
the 1920Õs and 30Õs Crowley
Ordo Templi Orientis
were involved in political events of the C20th through spying
for the British
Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) on members of the Thule
and Vril Societies. During WW2 Crowley led an MI5 mission
involving a magic ritual to send a psychic message to lure
Rudolph Hess to Britain.