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Vrilology is the practice of harnessing the Life Force that we share with the Gods, which we call, Vril, through the practice of Seither and Galdor sciences. Vrilology is the lost science that was given to our most ancient ancestors by the Gods, so that they could master the world they lived within, and transform themselves into a race of God-men, about 9,000 years ago. This civilization was located on the shores of the ancient Black Sea. It grew into the lost civilization of original Aryans, who were the ancestors of the Indo-Europeans. The Aryans misused this science and caused an ecological imbalance in the world climate. They lost most of the knowledge of Vrilology after their civilization was destroyed in a the great flood, resulting from the melting of the ice caps, and raising the water levels of the oceans. This caused the land bridge between Europe and Asia Minor, to collapse and in turn, caused the Black Sea to rise 300 feet and swept away that lost civilization, which is remembered in our myths as both the Great Biblical Floor and the lost civilization of Atlantis.

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It means, "the science of the Vril." It is a collection of knowledge on how to harness the power of the Vril and use it to transform ourselves, our lives and the world around us.
Vril is the life Force that fills the universe. Science has been aware for some time now that matter and energy make up only about 5 percent of the universe. The other 95 percentage of the universe is filled with some form of energy that science refers to my many different names, including Dark Matter or Dark Energy. This mysterious substance is an infinite power source that we call Vril. It is known by many other names including chi, eurlic energy, karma, fahot, feng shui, Rhea Kybele, ur, the Black Sun and many other names. The truth is that this force is a universal force that can be harnessed on a personal level through meditation, visualization and chanting, as well as harnessing it mechanically in what is known as free energy. It is this force that we share with the Gods, and the Gods use to hold the universe together in their struggle with the chaotic forces represented by the Giants.

Vril is what has been referred to as free energy. During the 20th century, many have tried to discover how to harness this power for the benefit of mankind. Victor Schauberger, the Austria engineer learned to harness Vril and create anti-gravity, free energy machines. Nicola Testla also worked on the means to harness Vril free energy. It is a source of power behind anti-gravity propulsion, and can be used to provide an endless source of free energy for all our needs.

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N the Arcane Teaching, the term "Vril" indicates the universal principle of vital-energy, life-force, or vital magnetism, as it is sometimes called. The term itself is believed to have had its origin in the language of ancient Atlantis, tradition holding that the Atlantean root vri, meaning life, is the source of the word Vril, the latter expressing the idea of vital principle or life-energy. This original root term is believed to have influenced similar elementary terms in the Sanscrit, and through this that great source of tongues, the Latin, from which our own language is largely derived. In many languages we find words indicating manly vigor, energy, virility, which undoubtedly owe their origin to the original Atlantean root term vri from which our term is derived.

In the ancient Greek we find the term veros
[size=undefined]meaning "a hero." In the Sanscrit we discover vira, meaning "a hero," and in the ancient Irish vear, meaning "a man." The Gothic wair, and the Anglo-Saxon wer, each meaning "a man," as well as the Latin word vir meaning "a man," (from which our terms "virile, virility," originated,) also appear to have been derived from the Atlantean term vri, or "life." It was very natural to identify the concept of "man" with "life." In our own language the terms "virile" and "virility" indicate life-force or vital-energy, particularly in the sense of procreative power, the usage of these terms bearing out the above stated theory of their origin. Bulwer, who was well-versed in occult tradition and terms, used the term "vril" in one of his novels, to indicate a mysterious form of energy employed by a newly discovered and highly advanced race of people, upon whose doings his story was based. It is almost certain that Bulwer borrowed this term from some of the ancient occult writings, with which he was so familiar, and that the ancient Arcane term "vril" was known to him. In many of these ancient occult treatises we find frequent reference to "Vril," not only in its sense of the principle of vital energy, but [/size]
[size=undefined]also in that sense of inherent usable energy which we seek to express by the term "human magnetism." In such writings we find the term employed to explain many of the phenomena of occultism. Nearly, if not all, of the schools of occultism, in all lands and in all times, have taught the existence of this wonderful principle of energy. In Persian mysticism the term glama is used in the same sense; in Hindu occultism we find the word prana serving a similar purpose. Mesmer seems to have stumbled upon this truth when he taught the existence of "the universal fluid," although he was far from the truth in his deductions therefrom. In the revival of interest in occult science in western lands, so noticeable in the past generation, and which continues to the present time, we find frequent references to "human magnetism," "animal magnetism," "vital magnetism." And in the schools of "magnetic healing" which attracted so much attention about ten years ago, we heard much of "the magnetic fluid." The existence of the principle of Nature which we call "Vril" in the Arcane Teaching, has been recognized by many schools of thought throughout human history. Many names have been [/size]
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In the Arcane Teaching, then, the term "Vril" is used in several senses, general and particular, as we shall see as we proceed. In the first place, Vril is held to be a great cosmic principle of very fine energy permeating all forms of matter, and immanent in thought processes as well, being employed by the principle of mind in its work of thinking. But Vril is not identical with mind. Mind is held to be a prior manifestation of the Infinite. From the mental principle arose Vril and the grosser forms of energy, and then the forms of matter fine and gross. In this original sense Vril is perceived to be a great universal principle from which proceeds a multitudinous manifestation of activities. Vril, in this phase of existence, cannot be defined any more than any universal principle can be defined. We have no words with which to define or explain 
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In the second sense of the term, Vril is the principle of inner vital power or energy found to be immanent in all forms of specialized matter, inorganic or organic. It is this recognition of universal immanence that has led science to advance the new theories that Life is present in all forms of matter, even in the crudest and grossest states, phases and forms of matter. Haeckel boldly asserts that the atoms of matter possess something akin to life, and manifest the capability of perceiving something like sensations, and the ability to respond thereto. Haeckel says: "The two fundamental forms of substance, ponderable matter and ether, are not dead and only moved about by extrinsic force, but they are endowed with sensation and will (though naturally of the lowest grade); they experience an inclination for condensation, a dislike for strain; they strive after the one and struggle against the other."


Orgone energy was originally observed by Wilhelm Reich, MD, a psychoanalyst in the late 1920s, as a bio-electrical charge whose flow within the body could be visibly seen as waves passing through his clinical patients as they were experiencing intense emotional breakthroughs. (1) Later, in the 1930s, to confirm his visual observations, Reich was able to objectively measure the movements of this energy by using a very sensitive millivolt meter with sensors attached to the body to record subtle bio-electric charge. He found the energy flowed from the inside body core to the outside surface (towards the world) when a person felt pleasure or expansion; and conversely, it flowed from the surface to the interior (away from the world) during states of anxiety, fear, and contraction. (2)
Reich also noted that the conditions of expansion and contraction affected a person, not only emotionally, but down to the autonomic nervous system, to the cellular, and even chemical levels. (3) States of expansion produce parasympathetic conditions associated with dilation of the blood vessels and increased circulation, pain relief, better digestion and peristalsis, lower blood pressure; and the stimulation of potassium and lecithin production; along with creating a sense of well-being, and sexual excitement. States of contraction, however, produce sympathetic effects: constricted blood vessels, less blood flow, and often pain. In addition, the contracted condition increases blood pressure and heart beat rate, adrenaline flow and cholesterol; it inhibits digestion and blood supply to the genitals and is associated with the emotions of anxiety and "stress".
The ability of the body to expand and contract and not become "stuck" in one mode, created what Reich called the pulsation of life which distinguished the living from the non-living. This pulsation of expansion and contraction also followed a specific four-beat rhythm:
Tension - Charge - Discharge - Relaxation

Reich observed this energy pattern within the organs of the body: from the beat of the heart, to peristaltic movements of the intestine, the bladder, and especially obvious in the sexual function of orgastic discharge. He called this pulsating pattern the function of the orgasm or the Life Formula.

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If Nikola Tesla’s discoveries were always a point of interest for the foreign intelligence agencies, his correspondence with Maria Orsic must have been the number 1 priority.

Nikola Tesla and Maria Orsic have a lot in common. They were both native to former Yugoslavia, without children, both vegetarians and animal lovers. More importantly, they were both closely monitored by the military and intelligence agencies.
Tesla was monitored by CIA and FBI agents, while Maria was followed by the Gestapo and the SS. As the Alasul portal reports, if Tesla’s electromagnetism discoveries were of utmost interest for the foreign intelligence services, then his correspondence with Maria would have certainly been labelled top interest as well.
What especially bonds Maria and Tesla, and was of interest for the foreign services, were their UFO related discoveries and extraterrestrial contacts. Tesla was a scientist and an electromagnetic expert, but Maria was just a regular long haired girl, with an affinity for ballet and languages, until she all of a sudden fell into trans one day.
Since then, she started acting as a medium and while in a state of trans she started receiving various technical information and directions on how to construct a UFO. Detailed plans and UFO designs were recovered among Tesla’s files. What’s even more peculiar is that Maria claimed to have gotten the instructions in a Sumerian dialect from the planet Alpha Centaury. She also received information about the creation of the universe, lost cities like Atlantis and technical information on how to build a ‘flying machine’.

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As you can see the rabbit hole for Vril runs deep.  -T
Indeed it does go deep into prehistory...

If you havent read this I HIGHLY recommend it!

The Coming Race
is an 1871 novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, reprinted as Vril, the Power of the Coming Race. Among its readers have been those who believed that its account of a superior subterranean master race and the energy-form called "Vril" was accurate, to the extent that some theosophists, notably Helena Blavatsky, William Scott-Elliot, and Rudolf Steiner, accepted the book as being (at least in part) based on occult truth.[1] A book, The Morning of the Magicians (1960), suggested that a secret Vril Society existed in pre-Nazi Berlin. However, there is no evidence for the existence of such a society.

The novel centers on a young, independent, unnamed, wealthy traveler (the narrator), who visits a friend, a mining engineer. They explore a natural chasm in a mine which has been exposed by an exploratory shaft. The narrator reaches the bottom of the chasm safely, but the rope breaks and his friend is killed. The narrator finds his way into a subterranean world occupied by beings who seem to resemble angels. He befriends the first being he meets, who guides him around a city that is reminiscent of ancient Egyptian architecture. The explorer meets his host's wife, two sons and daughter who learn to speak English by way of a makeshift dictionary during which the narrator unconsciously teaches them the language. His guide comes towards him, and he and his daughter, Zee, explain who they are and how they function.
The hero discovers that these beings, who call themselves Vril-ya, have great telepathic and other parapsychological abilities, such as being able to transmit information, get rid of pain, and put others to sleep. The narrator is offended by the idea that the Vril-ya are better adapted to learn about him than he is to learn about them. Nevertheless, the guide (who turns out to be a magistrate) and his son Taee behave kindly towards him.
The narrator soon discovers that the Vril-ya are descendants of an antediluvian civilization called the Ana, who live in networks of subterranean caverns linked by tunnels. Originally surface dwellers, they had fled underground thousands of years previously to escape a massive flood and gained greater power by facing and dominating the harsh conditions of the Earth. The place where the narrator descended housed 12,000 families, one of the largest groups. Their society was a technologically supported Utopia, chief among their tools being an "all-permeating fluid" called "Vril", a latent source of energy that the spiritually elevated hosts are able to master through training of their will, to a degree that depended on their hereditary constitution. This mastery gave them access to an extraordinary force that could be controlled at will. It is this fluid that the Vril-ya employed to communicate with the narrator. The powers of the Vril included the ability to heal, change, and destroy beings and things; the destructive powers in particular were powerful, allowing a few young Vril-ya children to destroy entire cities if necessary.
Men (called An, pronounced "Arn") and women (called Gy, pronounced "Gee") have equal rights. The women are stronger and larger than the men. The women are also the pursuing party of romantic relationships. They marry for just three years, after which the men choose whether to remain married, or be single. The female may then pursue a new husband. However, they seldom make the choice to remarry.
Their religion posits the existence of a superior being but does not dwell on his nature. The Vril-ya believe in the permanence of life, which according to them is not destroyed but merely changes form.
The narrator adopts the attire of his hosts and begins also to adopt their customs. Zee falls in love with him and tells her father, who orders Taee to kill him with his staff. Eventually both Taee and Zee conspire against such a command, and Zee leads the narrator through the same chasm which he first descended. Returning to the surface, he warns that in time the Vril-ya will run out of habitable space underground and will claim the surface of the Earth, destroying mankind in the process, if necessary.[3]
Vril in the novel
The uses of Vril in the novel amongst the Vril-ya vary from destruction to healing. According to Zee, the daughter of the narrator's host, Vril can be changed into the mightiest agency over all types of matter, both animate and inanimate. It can destroy like lightning or replenish life, heal, or cure. It is used to rend ways through solid matter. Its light is said to be steadier, softer and healthier than that from any flammable material. It can also be used as a power source for animating mechanisms. Vril can be harnessed by use of the Vril staff or mental concentration.
A Vril staff is an object in the shape of a wand or a staff which is used as a channel for Vril. The narrator describes it as hollow with "stops", "keys", or "springs" in which Vril can be altered, modified, or directed to either destroy or heal. The staff is about the size of a walking stick but can be lengthened or shortened according to the user's preferences. The appearance and function of the Vril staff differs according to gender, age, etc. Some staves are more potent for destruction; others, for healing. The staves of children are said to be much simpler than those of sages; in those of wives and mothers, the destructive part is removed while the healing aspects are emphasised.

As my opinion only.. I believe this was the force that sank Atlantis. The misuse and lust for ever more power to project force. As a force mutiplier gone unchecked until disaster restored balance. Out of chaos comes order.

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The Morning of the Magicians

The Morning of the Magicians (French: Le Matin des magiciens) is a 1960 book by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier. Often referenced by conspiracy-theory enthusiasts and those interested in the occult, it presents a collection of "raw material for speculation of the most outlandish order",[1] covering topics like cryptohistory, ufology, occultism in Nazism, alchemy and spiritual philosophy. Written in French, Le Matin des magiciens was translated into English by Rollo Myers in 1963 under the title The Dawn of Magic, and in 1964 released in the United States as The Morning of the Magicians (Stein and Day; paperback in 1968 by Avon Books). A German edition was published 1962 with the title Aufbruch ins dritte Jahrtausend (Departure into the Third Millennium).

The Morning of the Magicians became a cult classic within the youth culture in France through the 1960s and 1970s. Cautioned by the hostile reception by skeptic reviewers (notable among whom were secular humanists Yves Galifret, Evry Schatzman and Jean-Claude Pecker from the Rationalist Union, who debunked the book in Le crépuscule des Magiciens (1965); "The Twilight of the Magicians"[2]), Pauwels and Bergier went on to pursue their interest in the paranormal in the magazine Planète, dedicated to what they termed réalisme fantastique (fantastic realism). Both The Morning of the Magicians and the Planète magazine had considerable influence on the esotericism of the 1960s–1970s counterculture, heralding the popularization of New Age ideas.[3]


In a 2004 article for Skeptic, Jason Colavito wrote that the book's tales of ancient astronauts predated Erich von Däniken's works on the topic, and that the ideas are so close to the fictional works of H. P. Lovecraft such as "The Call of Cthulhu" or At the Mountains of Madness (published in 1928 and 1931, respectively) that, according to Colavito, it is probable that Lovecraft's fiction directly inspired the book.[5]

The book is the origin of the conspiracy theory that the Vril Society and the Thule Society were the philosophical precursors to the Nazi Party.[citation needed]

The book is the origin of the claims of a fictional Maria Orsic, a Vienna-born Croatian woman who was supposedly involved with the Vril Society (Vril Gesellschaft) and vanished in 1945, going to "Aldebaran". The mythology of Maria Orsic has spread in the internet age, particularly among those inclined to Esoteric Nazism
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For a long time I've wondered where you went Titanic!

Good to see you again!

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