Otto Rahn

Otto Wilhelm Rahn was a German writer who worked for Heinrich Himmler' SS (with sodomy lightning symbol), to push the gay-pedophilia agenda of the nazi's. He wrote The Court of Lucifer (A Heretic's Journey in Search of the Light Bringers) about the gnostic Luciferian Cathars in South France (Tribe of Dan-Merovingian bloodline). Rahn compared the struggles of the homosexual Cathars against the Crusaders with the struggles of Adolf Hitler to establish the Thousand Year Reich (using the swastika symbol of the north star, linking the bear Arcturus to king Arthur tales), seeing the Cathars as good Aryans who opposed not just Rome but also Judaism with their god YHVH

Like Joséphin Péladan, Rahn identified Montsalvat of Richard Wagner's Perceval as the Montsegur castle of the Cathars. Himmler used the Wewelsburg castle that played a role in the Thirty Years War.

Wagner was connected to the OTO (emblem with one eye pyramid, dove and grail cup). The giant race had OTO shaped ridges on their skulls.

The Sieg Heil salute of the SS was the sign of Zelator, the 1st grade in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

Otto Hahn played a role in developing quantum mechanics.

Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) in Steven Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Ark about the Ark of the Covenant was based on Rahn.

In 1985 Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke wrote The Occult Roots of Nazism.

In 2001 Richard Stanley (Odd Fellows family) made documentary The Secret Glory.

born 2/18/1904, start of Aeon of Horus.

died 3/13/1939, year of Wizard of Oz.


1934 Crusade Against the Grail
1937 Lucifer's Court

Heinrich Himmler