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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Wotans Krieger Recommends: The Last Battallion by the 55 Club

I have just had the pleasure of completing my reading of The Final Battalion. True Origin of the UFO by the 55 Club. This is their latest and one of their most interesting works. It focuses primarily on the writings of Miguel Serrano, the great Armanist Master and founder of Esoteric National Socialism. Indeed the appendix features 28 pages of an English translation of Serrano`s The Golden Cord and numerous quotations from Nos, The Ultimate Avatar and Manu-The Coming Man.  It is illustrated throughout with black and white photographs.

To my delight the author features information about the German Goddess Isais. This Goddess is seldom discussed in the English speaking word but her connection with the Vril Gesellschaft, previously known as Alldeutsche Gesellschaft für Metaphysik[The Pan-German Society for Metaphyics] and the medium Maria Orsitsch are explored. The book examines the origins or the rediscovery and development of UFO technology in the days before and during the Third Reich and its subsequent theft by the West and the USSR after the war. There are chapters on Die Glocke [The Bell]  and The Lords of the Black Stone. The flight and mission of Admiral Byrd to the Arctic and Antarctic are covered and there is a great deal of interesting material about Hyperborean civilisation in North and South America and its continuing suppression by the establishment and Red Indians which has certainly given me food for thought.

The book will take the reader on a spiritual journey where he will discover new things or perhaps see things again but in a fresh light. It is certainly inspiring and I dare say that was the author`s probable intention. I could not put the book down and devoured its contents within a few days.

7 comments:

Jeffrey Taylor-Beitz said...

Strange, I had just bought this and their Complete Armanen with The Black Sun Unveiled the other day. I found their version of NOS... was rife with grammatical errors but it was still readable. I would have preferred the original art as well or someone else's reproductions. At any rate, a lot of reading to do.

Lawrence Smith said...

Yes, I also found different places in Nos where 55 club opted to leave a question mark rather than a word. I guessed this was their way of leaving it up to the reader. Overall, an epic book like Nos being made available for twenty five dollars when before it was one hundred was a very good deed. You are wrong about the pictures. The pictures and writing underneath that the 55 club used is all from the true original spanish version of Nos.
As for THE FINAL BATTALION, it is the best book I have read in a long time. I am still thinking about it and I finished it a week ago.
Wotans Krieger said it best, it is a very inspiring book.

Jeffrey Taylor-Beitz said...

Thanks Lawrence,
I didn't know that those were the original pictures. Of course who can afford those older copies of Nos anymore? So I agree that it was a great undertaking to make it available for such a good price.
Perhaps I will start The Final Battalion next, seems positive reviews are coming.

Brian Scanlon said...

Brother Krieger,

Could you post about the "Lords of the Black Stone"/"Brothers of the Black stone" ? Its my understanding, that they predated the Thule and Vril Society, and had a Vedic as well as Sufi influence, on their particular Esoteric Tradition. The "Black Stone" is supposedly a piece of the fractured "Kaaba Stone".

Brian Scanlon said...

Brother Krieger,

Could you do a post on the "Lords/Brothers of the Black stone"? Much appreciated!

James said...

I know I am commenting on an old post, but hopefully some people see this. Everyone who likes the books by the 55 Club should give them positive reviews on Amazon. I was just looking at purchasing a copy of The Last Battalion and saw that almost all of the books by the 55 Club have overwhelmingly negative reviews. Please show them some support.

Desiree Atkinson said...

Can I ask who is/are The 55 Club or do they prefer to remain anonymous?