Did María Orsic really get extraterrestrial technology for the Germans?
A well-known medium by the name of Maria Orsic, Mária Orsitsch, eventually rose to prominence as head of the Vril Society. She was born in Zagreb on October 31, 1895. Her mother was a German from Vienna, while her father was a Croatian.
Bergier and Pauwels’ book, “Aufbruch ins dritte Jahrtausend: Von der Zukunft der phantastischen Vernunft,” first mentioned and introduced Maria Orsitsch in 1967. Maria quickly joined the post-World War I German national movement, whose aim was to political and geographical unification of the country. She moved to Munich in 1919 with her fiance and boyfriend. As they both disappeared in 1945, it is unknown if they were married.
Maria established her own inner circle with Traute A, another medium from Munich, and other acquaintances immediately after she arrived in Munich. Maria had been in contact with the Thule Society since the beginning of her stay in Munich. The Alldeutsche Gesellschaft für Metaphysik, the formal name of the Vril Society, was the organization in question.
All were young women, however, it was a little strange that they were all opponents of the new trend in women’s short hair. Maria and Traute had very long hair that was either blonde or brown. They had extremely long braids, which were extremely uncommon in the early 20th century.
This quickly spread to all the ladies who made up the so-called Vril Society, which would have existed until 1945, as might be expected. They actually thought their long hair served as cosmic antennae, allowing them to receive communications from other planets, so it wasn’t just a random gesture.
However, they rarely wore their hair up in public, preferring to wear it down to draw less attention. The “Vrilerinnen”, or members of the Vril Society, carried a disc that symbolized Maria Orsic and Sigrun, two of the most important mediums in the group.
A small group, including Maria and Sigrun, from the Thule, Vril, and DHvSS (Men of the Black Stone) Societies rented a modest cabin near Berchtesgaden in December 1919. (Germany).
Maria then claims to have received a series of psychic transmissions in a writing style she calls “Templar-Germanic”, in a language she claims she does not understand but which contain technical instructions for building a flying machine. The telepathic messages are believed to originate from Aldebaran, 68 light-years away in the constellation Taurus, according to fictitious records from the Vril Society.
As for paperwork, it is alleged that Maria had two stacks of papers as a result of these psychic trances: one with the unidentified handwriting and the other clearly legible. As for the latter, Maria thought it could be written in an ancient form in a language that could be Near Eastern.
They were able to determine that this language was none other than ancient Sumerian, the language of the founders of ancient Babylon, with the help of a group affiliated with the Thule Society known as the “Pan-Babylonians”, which included Hugo Winckler, Peter Jensen, and Friedrich Delitzsch among others. Sigrun helped decipher the message and the strange pictures of the circular flying device that appeared in the other pile of papers.
In those years and the years that followed, the idea of the countless objects that are placed in the “alternative science” drawer evolved. In fact, it took three years for the project to start because of financial problems with the aforementioned flying equipment. The Thule Society and Vril Society-funded companies are said to have separately produced several components of the prototype in 1922.
Along with the founder of the Thule Society, Rudolf von Sebottendorf, Maria paid a visit to Rudolf Hess at his residence in Munich in late November 1924. Dietrich Eckart, who had left the previous year, was someone with whom Sebottendorf wished to enter into contact. Eckart was a member of the Thule Society, edited the magazine “Auf gut Deutsch” and translated Ibsen’s plays into German. Sebottendorf, Maria, Rudolf Hess and other Thule members gathered around a black cloth-covered table and clapped their hands to communicate with Eckart.
Hess began to feel uncomfortable watching Maria go into a trance, having her eye sockets move backwards, exposing only the whites of her eyes, and having to endure seeing her go into spasms as she sat in her chair with an ugly face on her back. face. Sebottendorf preferred to be pleased to see how Eckart’s voice began to come from the medium’s lips. But something strange happened. Eckart declared that he was being compelled to step aside so that a different voice could step in and deliver a crucial message.
Eckart’s voice faded, replaced by an unpleasant voice that introduced itself as “the Sumi, people of a distant world who orbit the star Aldebaran in the constellation you call Taurus the Bull”, a star in the constellation you call Taurus. . No one could help but stare at the other travelers with wide eyes because of how unexpected what was happening was. The strange voice stated that the Sumi were an extinct humanoid race that colonized Earth 500 million years earlier. They would have built the ruins of Larsa, Shurrupak and Nippur in Iraq.
The ancestors of the Aryan race would have been those who survived the flood of Ut-napishtim. Sebottendorf wanted proof, as he doubted the information. Maria drew a sequence of lines while she was still lucid, in which some Sumerian characters could be distinguished.
Maria and Sigrun went to a meeting that the Vril Society organized in Kolberg on the sand in December 1943. The main purpose of this meeting, rumor has it, was to discuss the “Aldebaran Project”. The Vril Society’s mediums would have obtained telepathic knowledge of inhabited planets in the Aldebaran region and made transport arrangements there.
Apparently Hitler, Himmler, Dr. W. Schumann, scientist and professor at the Technical University of Munich, and Kunkel of the Vril Society met on January 22, 1944, to once again debate this proposal. It was agreed to send a Vril 7 prototype “Jäger” (hunter) towards Aldebaran through a supposed dimensional channel outside the speed of light.
The first test on this dimensional channel supposedly took place in late 1944, according to author N. Ratthofer. The Vril 7 appeared to be flying for hundreds of years after the test flight, and that wasn’t just due to its appearance – it also had damage to several of its components, which nearly caused the test to fail.
In 1945, Maria Orsic lost sight of her. A letter authored by Maria Orsic that was supposed to be an internal document of the Vril Society was distributed to all its members on March 11, 1945.
The letter ends with the phrase “nobody stays here” (nobody is here). The Vril Society would never communicate again, and since then neither Maria Orsic nor any of the other members of the group have been heard from. Many still think they fled to Aldebaran.