Arktos: The Polar Myth in Science, Symbolism and Nazi Survival. Joscelyn Godwin. London: Thames and Hudson. p, soft cover. Arktos: the polar myth in science, symbolism, and Nazi survival / Joscelyn Godwin. Mythology, Indo-European. Polar regions > Miscellanea. Physical. ARKTOS: THE POLAR MYTH IN SCIENCE, SYMBOLISM, AND NAZI SURVIVAL.
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Webarchive template wayback links Articles containing Pokar text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February Miguel SerranoJulius Evola. To ask other readers questions about Arktosplease sign up. A mystical land guarding and protecting the most hidden truths.
The writings of Miguel SerranoSavitri Devi polarr, and other proponents of Esoteric Nazism have spawned numerous later works connecting Aryan master race beliefs and Nazi escape scenarios with enduring conspiracy theories about hollow earth civilizations and shadowy new world orders. Jun 18, Bood rated it liked it. For the student of the occult, and anyone interested in a good overview of a topic all too often unfairly ignored in esotericism, this is definitely a must read.
Get arktso Know Us. Truly bizarre character gallery – This includes the author, who seems to at least believe in parts of what he describes If you are a seller for this product, would you like to arktoz updates through seller support? History s Arditi Fascio. Some scientists think so and priests and occultists have believed in polar shift for millennia, even back when the only pole they knew was the one the sky turns around.
Paperbackpages. Agartha and the Polaries This is a good place to start reading about weird nazi occult matters. The last few chapters, covering the more scientific takes on polar shifts and the like, seem as if they have been jogged with the rest to give at least some voice to the more rationalist and objectively empirical demarcations on the subject.
Expanding on a story from the Book of EnochSerrano laments that a renegade group among the gods committed miscegenation with the terrestrial races, thus diluting the light-bearing blood of their benefactors and diminishing the level of divine awareness on the planet.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts arkto other readers. Jun 29, Signor Mambrino rated it it was amazing. A point of criticism is that Godwin, perhaps confronted with the vast number of authors and theories he needed to cover, confuses the reader with referencing to chapters still far ahead in the book and in so doing leaves much needed nuances at the beginning unmentioned until far later.
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In a series of interviews between andJung characterized Hitler as an archetype, often manifesting itself to the complete exclusion of his own personality. Contrarily to Adolf Hitler, He will spare not a single one of the enemies of the divine Cause: At face value many of the ideas explored in this book – the hollow earth, secret UFO bases in the Antartic, the survival of Hitler – thee decidedly on the ar,tos fringe, however the author manages to steer a sane course through this strange world of ideas and piece by piece lays bare the essential doctrines behind the polar myths.
This book needs a better publisher to give it the proper respect it deserves. Germanic mysticism and Nordic racial paganism. For her, the swastika was an especially important symbol, as she felt it symbolized Aryan unity of Hindus and Germans.
A scholarly treatment of catastrophes, ancient myths and Nazi Occult beliefs. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. Joscelyn Godwin Find more information about: As religious scholars Frederick C.
Arktos : the polar myth in science, symbolism, and Nazi survival
Please verify that you are not a robot. For the most part, he sticks to historical fact but veers into the woo woo land a time or two in the chapters on the spiritual implication of the poles.
French-born Greek-English writer Savitri Devi was the first major post-war exponent of what has since become known as Esoteric Hitlerism. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Progressing onward, the book looks at modern polar legends: If you are used to the many layers of allegory in Blavatsky’s writings, you will most certainly find something familiar here: Godwin, in the vein of Grantian historiography, also offers an interesting look into the most hidden occult traditions whose spiritual pole is not lunar or solar, but stellar with Polaris Arktos as the axis mundi.
Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Benjamin rated it it was ok Aug 30, He also cites the hypothesis of Bal Gangadhar Tilak on the Arctic homeland of the Indo-Aryans, as his authority for identifying the earthly centre of the Aryan migrations with the ‘lost’ Arctic continent of Hyperborea.
Still, it’s what one can, and dare I say must, expect from someone with an academic background when having thoroughly examined the confusing netherworlds of occult thinking through the ages. From this alone one can tell that Godwin’s primary interest is in the study of the history of the occult and its theory and practise.
English View all editions and formats Summary: Refresh and try again. Aug 30, Frederik Vandelannoote rated it really liked it Shelves: Want to Read saving…. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The second of Godwin’s books I’ve read — not as wonderful as Upstate Cauldron but still full of erudite oolar.
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Although published by Adventures Unlimited which tends not to be, shall we say, conventional in its authors who cover conspiracy, lost worlds, free energy and what-have-youArktos is a serious and interesting account of polar mythology in popular culture, in the ,yth of science and in esoteric lore.
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