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The Ahnenerbe

The Ahnenerbe was a Nazi research and teaching organization that operated from 1935 to 1945. Its primary goal was to investigate the archaeological and cultural history of the Aryan race.

I want to include this in my study because I noticed the following statement on Wikipedia:

Heather Pringle makes this statement in the book The Masterplan page 310.

See World Ice Theory

Every time I heard a statement like this, the information seemed to fit the new narrative that our civilization is much older. With the statement that ‘The winner writes the history’ in mind, it might be worth looking into it.

The Aryan Race

Adolf Hitler believed that humanity could be divided into three groups: “the founders of culture, the bearers of culture, and the destroyers of culture.”

The founders of culture, in Hitler’s view, were a biologically distinct Aryan race who (he believed) had been tall, blond, and originated in Northern Europe.

He believed that in prehistory, the Aryan race had been responsible for all significant developments in human culture, including agriculture, architecture, music, literature, and the visual arts.

He believed that most modern Germans were the descendants of these Aryans and had genetically inherited the Aryans’ biological superiority to other races.

The destroyers of culture, in Hitler’s view, were the Jews, whom he regarded not as a genetically diverse population sharing certain ethnocultural and religious traits—as they were then widely recognized—but as a unified, biologically distinct race.

He believed that wherever Jews went, they damaged and ultimately destroyed the cultures surrounding them.

Originally, “Aryan” referred to a linguistic and cultural group, not a distinct racial category. The term was used to describe people speaking Indo-European languages, including groups in parts of Iran and India. However, in the late 19th century, the term was co-opted by racial theorists in Europe.

Helena Blavatsky’s Root Races

Helena Blavatsky often known as Madame Blavatsky, was a Russian and American mystic and author who co-founded the Theosophical Society in 1875.

According to Blavatsky, humanity evolves through a series of Root Races, each comprising seven sub-races, each representing a stage in mankind’s spiritual and physical evolution.

The Seven Root Races:

  1. First Root Race: The Astral Race – Etheric beings that were more energy than physical form.
  2. Second Root Race: The Hyperborean Race – Also primarily etheric but began developing some physical traits.
  3. Third Root Race: The Lemurian Race – Fully physical beings who lived on the lost continent of Lemuria.
  4. Fourth Root Race: The Atlantean Race – Inhabitants of Atlantis, possessing advanced knowledge and technology.
  5. Fifth Root Race: The Aryan Race – The current race, which began with the Indo-European peoples and includes modern humanity.
  6. Sixth Root Race: The Future Race – Predicted to arise in the future, evolving beyond current humanity.
  7. Seventh Root Race: The Final Race – The ultimate race, representing the culmination of human evolution.

Each Root Race is believed to develop specific spiritual and physical characteristics, leading humanity towards higher levels of consciousness and spiritual awareness.

Key Characteristics of the Fifth Root Race:

The Aryan Race is said to have emerged from the survivors of the Atlantean Race. It is believed to have originated in Asia, particularly in regions around Tibet and Northern India.

The Fifth Root Race consists of seven sub-races, each contributing to different aspects of human civilization:

  • First Sub-Race: Hindu
  • Second Sub-Race: Arabian
  • Third Sub-Race: Persian
  • Fourth Sub-Race: Celtic
  • Fifth Sub-Race: Teutonic (Germanic)
  • Sixth Sub-Race: Slavic
  • Seventh Sub-Race: Future race evolving in the Americas

The Aryan Race is credited with developing modern science, philosophy, art, and culture. It includes the major civilizations that have significantly influenced human history.

The Fifth Root Race is associated with a growing awareness of spiritual truths and the quest for higher consciousness, including the spread of major world religions and philosophies.

The mission of the Aryan Race is to perfect the mind and intellect, achieving a balance between material and spiritual knowledge.