Copyright 2011-3011 By Photonic Portal, All Rights Reserved.
Photonic Portal’s Research Notes: This page may ramble a bit. I’m up to my ears in new research on the roots of the Third Reich. If you enjoy raw material, with no particular theme in mind, dig in. This page will eventually be a “post proper” but for now it’s my notes and thoughts as I study.
I’m not ready to write a finished essay about the subject of “Vril” and it’s relationship to the deep roots early Nazi occult worship, the phrase and concept “new world order” and the rise of the Third Reich yet. But when I do, it looks to be a short novella in the making. If any part of the “Vril” story is correct, then an obscure Austrian mystic in her early twenties named Maria Orsic, aka Maria Ortisch [ and several other spellings ] is solely accountable and liable for lighting the occult fires that eventuated in the world wide holocaust of World War II.
How it could possibly be that no one yet has written a major book about the life and influence of this practically unknown European woman escapes me. Her new age purported extra-terrestrial “transmissions” were a recipe for planetary disaster disguised as a peace and free energy movement. These writings eventually resulted in a global firestorm that indicts the entire modern new age movement, which has continued to produce problematic channeled writings up into the present time.
If this story is true it also fully vindicates Christian truth researchers who warn that the deep roots of the modern new age movement are steeped in dangerous occult teachings which should have never been let loose on an nonspiritual, ungrounded and immature world such as ours, a world which could produce a man like Adolf Hitler. Giving Adolf Hitler access to such advanced energy concepts was akin to giving a arsonist a gallon of gas and a book of matches.
More Notes: Video Examples of Several Manifestations of Modern Vril Cults:
Images of Maria Orsic:
The Occult Origins of the Nazi Swastika: A Universal Symbol Debased for Evil Purposes
The Nazi swastika is not only ancient in origin, it is the symbol for the Black Sun. Is the “Black Sun” another name for Nibiru? The first video below shows a YT user who is fascinated with swastikas as a galactic symbol. The same image of the group of ancient swastikas which appeared in the MKbutterfly71 videos appears in his videos. His narration sounds like an attempt to hypnotize the viewer. Here’s the video, which I find quite disturbing:
Another bothersome discovery is the apparent survival and / or reappearance of modern Vril emulation and worship cults. I am finding in several instances what looks to be modern day “Vril” worship cults online, at least that’s what they look like to me. These cults are going to be ready-made to worship a cult figure like “Maitreya” when he emerges. I am looking for all the cults that are already headed down “Apostasy lane” which he will gather in to himself and the “Vril cult”, along with the new age movement and Scientology, are lining up right in his field of vision. It’s a horrible thing to have the insight and precognitive vision that allows me to actually see the Apostasy as it forms, like a field scientist might watch a virus growing in a petri dish. I see little I can do to stop what is coming. But I must, for spiritual reasons continue to “bear witness” to it.
The videos on this YT channel are not for the faint of heart, not for those who have no mastery over their own subconscious and may be easily hypnotically induced or “programmed” by mentally suggestive visuals:
Tags: RFC2, RFC5, Black Sun Society, Vril Society, SS, Third Reich, 1917, Maria Orsic, Newschwabenland, Antarctica, Nazi SS, Thule Society, The Black Sun, Free Energy, Vril Energy, Vril disc craft, World War II, extraterrestrial technology, Nazi UFOs, Nazi flying discs
Copyright 2011-3011 By CK Hunter, All Rights Reserved.
I have been privately compiling articles and research videos on Scientology for over 10 years. I have yet to publish all I know. I had a childhood best friend whose life was destroyed by Scientology back in the mid and late 70s. The memory of her still haunts me. If you value your soul, stay away, far away from the lies and wicked deceit of Scientology.
These items below are the tip of the emerging iceberg, which is now beginning to surface, as the real truth begins to spill out of investigative news portals about this devastating satanic cult, disguised as a “pop psychology” religion.
Updated on 2.11.2011 with new research links. See also:
Critical Article Cited:
Copyright 2011 By Tom Leonard
Last updated at 1:02 PM on 8th February 2011
The FBI is investigating the Church of Scientology over allegations of human trafficking, it is claimed.
Federal investigators have been interviewing former members of the controversial organisation, which counts Tom Cruise and John Travolta among its followers, over allegations of enslavement and violent treatment.
According to the New Yorker magazine, the FBI is also investigating allegations surrounding David Miscavige – the group’s leader and the best man at Cruise’s wedding – who has been accused of repeatedly hitting youngsters.
In an interview with the magazine, Hollywood director Paul Haggis spoke out for the first time over his embittered decision to leave Scientology.
‘I was in a cult for 34 years. Everyone else could see it. I don’t know why I couldn’t,’ said Mr Haggis, who wrote Million Dollar Baby and Casino Royale.
The FBI investigators have interviewed former members in California and Clearwater, Florida, where Scientology – regarded in many countries as a cult – has its spiritual HQ.
Even though it has just become public, the investigation has been going on for a year.
Allegations of abuse against Mr Miscavige, 50, were made in 2009 but the FBI’s involvement indicates that it was not satisfied by the church’s claim that the accusations were simply concocted by embittered former members.
Many of the accusations against the organisation centre on Gold Base, Scientology’s nerve centre in the Californian desert.
It is the home for many members of Sea Org, its elite ‘religious order’ of young devotees.
Many join Scientology as teenagers and, at Gold Base, church leaders are allegedly encouraged to ‘instill aggressive, even violent discipline’.
Some Sea Org defectors have described ‘punitive re-education’ programmes which have sometimes entailed years confined at rehabilitation camps doing manual labour and spiritual work.
An ex-Scientologist claimed that punishments at Gold Base included being sent to the ‘Hole’, a pair of extra-wide mobile homes on the base where between 80 and 100 people were ordered to take part in ‘group confessions all day and all night’.
Marty Rathbun, a former senior Scientology executive, claimed in court in July that Mr Miscavige once organised a brutal game of musical chairs at the Hole in which only the winner would be allowed to stay on the base.
Actor Tom Cruise is a prominent member of the Church. Cruise is seen here embracing Miscavige and speaking at an opening of a Scientology centre in Madrid in 2004
Desperate not to be exiled from an organisation for which they had sacrificed their families, money and careers, church leaders ended up hitting each other to win the game, said Mr Rathbun.
Under California law, human trafficking covers slavery and defines victims by factors such as signs of trauma or fatigue, being afraid to talk because of censorship and working in one place without freedom to travel.
In a recent test case against the Scientologists, Marc and Claire Headley, two former Sea Org members, claimed they were treated like slaves and forced to work 20-hour days almost continually.
Mrs Headley said she was coerced into having an abortion.
A judge ruled against them after the church insisted religious workers were exempt from the usual rules but the couple are appealing.
The FBI, whose investigation reportedly remains open, would not comment.
The Church of Scientology was founded in 1953 by sci-fi writer L Ron Hubbard. The church dismissed the New Yorker’s claims as ‘little more than a regurgitation of old allegations that have long been disproved’.
Scientology defectors also reportedly told the FBI about Mr Miscavige’s luxurious lifestyle.
They insisted he lives more like a Hollywood star than a church leader, flying chartered jets, wearing custom-made shoes from London and building up a large car collection.