What and where was the Thule of the Thule Society 1919? Here is a question which seems to have lured many into error.

Wilfred von Oven (1916-2008) was an SA stormtrooper from his sixteenth birthday and knew many former members of the Thule Society. From 1943 until the end of the war, he was personal Press adjutant to Reich Propaganda Minister Goebbels. In his book Mit ruhig festem Schritt - Aus der Geschichte der SA (1998), at Chapter 3 von Oven states: "The Thule Society was named after an island in the Arctic discovered and described by the Greek navigator and geographer Pytheas around 325 BC."

Pytheas is the first person on record to have described the midnight sun, the aurora borealis and polar ice. He wrote a chronicle of his voyage, On the Ocean, only fragments of which remain.

Thule was an island six day's sail from Berrice on the northern tip of Scotland. It had no night at midsummer, i.e. it was on the Arctic circle. Note that he does not say the sun shone most of the day, only that there was no night.

One day's sail from Thule itself was the "frozen ocean", called by some "the Cronian Sea". Pytheas wrote of those waters and Thule itself as being "one of those places where land properly speaking no longer exists, nor sea nor air, but a mixture of these things."

Thule was inhabited. Even though it was on the Arctic Circle, the people "lived on millet, other herbs, fruits and roots, grains and honey. The people made their beverages from these." As we know, in that savage Arctic climate bees are not kept, and things are very difficult to grow what with all the snow and ice on the land, and so here is our first paradox.

Pytheas also said that since they had no pure sunshine, "the inhabitants pounded their grain in large storehouses after first gathering in the ears thither, for the threshing floors became useless for this lack of sunshine and because of the rains." Another paradox. Even though they had no pure sunshine, they grew all manner of crops and kept bees.

Historians and other scientists have wracked their brains over the centuries trying to place Thule on a map, and for all the foregoing reasons it has been impossible to do so.

I dare to propose an explanation. Thule must have been in an adjacent dimension. It had no sun because in that dimension light is provided by the radiations of the Black Sun, which is invisible to the eye.

The biographer of Lanz von Liebenfels was Wilfred Daim, a Viennese psychologist. In his book Der Mann, der Hitler die Ideen gab (The man who gave Hitler his ideas) published in Munich in 1957, Daim explained: "The Thule Society name originated from mythical Thule, a Nordic equivalent of the vanished culture of Atlantis. A race of giants and supermen lived on Thule linked into the Cosmos through magic powers. They had psychic and technical energies far exceeding the technological achievements of the 20th century. This knowledge was to be put to use by making a pact with the Thuleans to create a new race of Nordic-Aryan Atlanteans to inhabit the Earth."

(1) Beyond any doubt there are islands in the Atlantic in particular which drift between two worlds, appearing occasionally or, being fixed in this world, disappear now and again into the other.

(2) Inhabitants of the Other World almost certainly exist. They may be disposed to take over Our World by means of a pact with certain inhabitants of This World whose identity should be obvious. Such a vast step would result in the elimination of humanity as we know it in favour of a New Race as far ahead of us in its possibilities as we are from the apes.

(3) This was what Hitler meant when he said: "People who see in National Socialism only a political movement know scarcely anything of it. It is more even than a religion - IT IS THE WILL TO CREATE MANKIND ANEW."
(Quoted from Rauschning, 1939).