Thomas Mann

Thomas Mann was a German propaganda writer of a Hanseatic elite family, used to push the gay-transgender and pedophilia agenda (sodomy religion of Aleister Crowley) and to make propaganda for the British Empire during the WW1 and WW2 ritual. He was educated at University of Munich and Technical University of Munich in Bavaria. In 1929 he was awarded with the Nobel Prize in Literature. He played the role of activist against Paragraph 175, which criminalized homosexuality with Albert Einstein, Zionist Martin Buber, Magnus Hirschfeld and Herman Hesse (visited the Ordo Templi Orientis center in Monte Verità).

He contributed to Karl Anton Rohan's Europäische Revue with Hans Blüher, Rainer Maria Rilke, Winston Churchill, Aldous Huxley, Carl Jung and Julius Evola (aimed at European unification, sponsored by Lily Schnitzler and IG Farben).

He published in Simplicissimus of Carl Jung (University of Basel like Nietzsche, worked with cousin of Herman Göring, lectures at Tavistock).

He was a friend of Karl Wolfskehl of the Munich Cosmic Circle, a homoerotic society founded by Stefan George with Alfred Schuler, Claus von Stauffenberg and Ludwig Klages (Franziska zu Reventlow of Monte Verità, who also wrote for Simplicissimus).

In 1912 he wrote Death in Venice, set in Grand Hotel de Bains in Venice (hotel of pedophile Sergei Diaghilev of Ballets Russes). Character Aschenbach is a reference to Wolfram von Eschenbach who wrote Parzifal. Aschenbach and his object of lust Tadeusz represented Nietzsche's Appolonian and Dionysian aspects, introduced in his Birth of the Tragedy.

His jewish wife Katia was the daughter of Alfred Pringsheim who funded Richard Wagner's Bayreuth festival and stayed in a sanitarium in Davos Switzerland (later home of WEF).

In 1924 he wrote The Magic Mountain (characters Hans Castorp, freemason and humanist Settembrini, jesuit Naphta based on George Lukacs of the Frankfurt School and Dionysian mr Peeperkorn). The novel contains a philosophy of time based on Albert Einstein and Henri Bergson, references to Greek mythology, Holy Grail mythology and holy nr 7. Hans Castorp represents the Fool and John (Johannes) of the Book of Revelation (going through the Abyss of Revelation 911).

Mountains like Die Brocken were seen as dimensional portals and used in rituals during Walpurgis Night and May Day (witchcraft and devil worship, cult of Baal) and a motive of Johann von Goethe's Faust, Richard Wagner's Tannhauser and Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (novel of Stephen King).

Like Theodor Adorno, Ernst Bloch, Siegfried Krakauer and Walter Benjamin he wrote propaganda for leftist newspaper Frankfurter Zeitung of Heinrich Rosenthal, sold in 1934 to IG Farben.

His brother Heinrich Mann was a friend of Julius Rosenberg and wrote Der Untertan and Professor Unrat.

In 1930 Josef von Sternberg made The Blue Angel for UFA, based on Heinrich Mann's Professor Unrat, with Emil Jannings (The Way of All Flesh of Wizard of Oz director Victor Fleming, nazi propaganda of Veit Harlan) and Marlene Dietrich.

He was present at the Pan-European congress (planning of European Empire) with Albert Einstein, Richard Kalergi and Sigmund Freud.

Like Einstein, Kelergi and Hirschfeld, he and his brother played the role of controlled opposition against Adolf Hitler and the fascist regime as agents of the Left Wing Church (SPD). In 1933 Thomas' and Heinrich's books were burned in publicity stunt of Joseph Goebbels (trained by Friedrich Gundolf, follower of Stefan George).

His daughter Erika Mann was used in gay-lesbian propaganda Mädchen in Uniform of Leontine Sagan (Holy Mountain with Leni Riefenstahl) and in contact with MI6 agents WH Auden and Christopher Isherwood to create a gay scene in Berlin. She also worked with Max Reinhardt, agent of Leni Riefenstahl. She glorified the jewish 'exiles' in Escape to Life, later voiced by Vanessa Redgrave (daughter of MI6 agent Michael Redgrave, also part of gay agenda).

In 1939 he emigrated to the US (period MI6 agent WH Auden, Christopher Isherwood and Aldous Huxley also moved to the US) and taught at Princeton University. In Beverly Hills he was neighbor of Bruno Walter (friend of Gustav Mahler). With Theodor Adorno he worked on Doctor Faustus.

His brother Heinrich Mann and son Golo Mann were transferred through Varian Fry's Emergency Rescue Committee. Golo Mann was a student of Karl Jaspers and moved to US to work for OSS with MI6 agent WH Auden.

He was a friend of the family of Eugene Meyer (World Bank), father of Katharine Meyer Graham (Georgetown Set, early CIA) and Florence Meyer who photographed him.

Erika Mann like her father was used in propaganda of the BBC and was present at the Nuremberg trials.

His daughter Elizabeth Mann married Giuseppe Borgese= Black Nobility) and was a member of the Order of Canada and the Club of Rome.

CIA front Congress of Cultural Freedom published writings of Mann in Der Monat and Commentary.

In 1959 20th Century Fox released an American version of The Blue Angel with Curd Jürgens (MI6 propaganda James Bond) and May Britt (wife of Sammy Davis Jr).

Joseph Campbell wrote Erotic Irony and mythic forms in the work of Thomas Mann.

born 6/6/1875, date d Carl Jung, d Robert Kennedy.

died 8/12/1955.


1903 Tristan
1904 Buddenbrooks
1909 Royal Highness
1912 Death in Venice (pedophilia agenda)
1918 A Man and His Dog
1924 The Magic Mountain
1930 Mario and the Magician
1933 Joseph and His Brothers (based on Book of Genesis)
1938 The Coming Victory of Democracy published by Albert Knopf
1939 Lotte in Weimar The Beloved Returns
1940 Listen, Germany (propaganda broadcast by BBC)
1944 The Tables of the Law (story of Moses)
1951 The Holy Sinner
1954 The Black Swan (Die Betrogene)

Thomas Mann in popular culture

1964 Ken Kesey Sometimes a Great Notion reference to The Magic Mountain
1971 Death in Venice Luchino Visconti Dirk Bogarde (Rank Organization) Bjorn Andrésen Silvana Mangano Warner Bros
1973 Benjamin Britten Death in Venice
1977 Annie Hall Woody Allen (also pedophilia agenda) reference to Death in Venice
1982 The Magic Mountain Rod Steiger Charles Aznavour Buddy Elias (cousin of Anne Frank) UA
1987 Haruki Murakami Norwegian Wood
1997 Love and Death on Long Island (Death in Venice) Jason Priestley John Hurt Lionsgate
2000 Philip Roth The Human Stain
2013 The Wind Rises Hayao Miyazaki reference to The Magic Mountain