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From 1928 to 1939 an archaeological German expedition under the direction of Julius Jordan was excavating the remains of Uruk, the capital of the Sumerian empire and the place where, allegedly, the mythic king and hero Gilgamesh was buried.

In one of the early monumental temples, more than a thousand pictographic tablets were unearthed, which made it possible to trace the cuneiform scripture back to its earliest stages. All that work was compiled in a large volume by the academic Adam Falkenstein, who was part of the expedition.

Several German societies were obsessed with occultism and mythology as they defended the theory that the Aryan race was the direct descendant of "divine" beings or super humans that long ago ruled the world and bred with humans.
the nazis and the sumerians
The most important of these societies was "The Thule Society", originally the Studiengruppe für germanisches Altertum ("Study Group for Germanic Antiquity") that was founded in Munich by Rudolf Von Sebottendorf and ended up including prominent figures of the Third Reich such as Rudolf Hess, Alfred Rosenberg, Hans Frank, Julius Lehmann, Gottfried Feder, Dietrich Eckart, and Karl Harrer.

Curiously, Rudolf von Sebottendorff had withdrawn from the Thule Society in 1919, but in 1933 he returned to Germany in the hope of reviving it. In that year he published a book entitled Bevor Hitler kam (Before Hitler Came), in which he claimed that the Thule Society had paved the way for the Führer: "Thulers” were the ones to whom Hitler first came, and Thulers were the first to unite themselves with him."
This claim was not favorably received by the Nazi authorities: after 1933, esoteric organizations (including völkisch occultists) were suppressed, many closed down by anti-Masonic legislation in 1935. Sebottendorff's book was prohibited, and he himself was arrested and imprisoned for a short period in 1934, afterwards departing into exile in Turkey.
The history of Maria Orsitsch is remarkable. She was born in Vienna, Austria, from a Viennese mother and a Croatian father. She was a ballet teacher with alleged physic powers who in 1919 moved to Munich in Germany and became a member on the Thule Society, an organization originally founded to promote the study of Germanic antiquity that sponsored the Deutsche Arbeiterpatei (DAP), which was later reorganized by Adolf Hitler into the National Socialist German Worker's Party (NSDAP).

There she contacted with other alleged mediums to create a group called "Alldeutsche Gessellschaft für Metaphysik" that later was renamed as the Vril Society. All the medium women were young and had very long ponytails that allegedly, they used as a kind of antenna in order to receive their paranormal messages.

The story tells that in December 1919 there was a reunion in a cabin near Berchtesgaden. There, people from the Thule society, the Vril society and "The men of the Black Stone" (DHvSS), met and were witness to a tranced Maria through which she received telepathic messages and delivered notes and diagrams in an unknown language. The Thule Society used Hugo Winckler, Peter Jensen and Friedrich Delitzsch to study the scripts that resulted in them being written in old Sumerian. Meanwhile the diagrams allegedly showed the blueprints to build a kind of circular spacecraft.
The history of Maria Orsitsch
In 1924 Maria visited Rudolph Hess in his Munich apartment at a meeting with Rudolph Sebottendorf, (The founder of the Thule Society), where she had another transcended experience, receiving alleged messages from "the Sumis", extraterrestrial beings from Aldebaran, that established a colony on earth many years ago. It seems that it was revealed to her that the Arians were the descendants of the survivors of the "Ut-Napishtim", (The Great Flood) that wiped out the "Sumis" from the Earth.

It is written that in 1944, Dr. Otto Schuman led a project to build that was called the Jenseitsflugmaschine or Flying source machine, based on the information revealed to Maria Orsitsch and the vortex works of Viktor Schauberger. Maria, allegedly was contrary to use the knowledge she had provided to create war machines and deliberately delayed the project.

Maria Orsitsch and the other members of the Vril Society disappeared after an enigmatic message on March 11th 1945 that ended saying... “niemand bleibt hier”, translated... "No one is here".
Rudolph Hess
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