Sunday, December 4, 2011

Supermen of the Black Sun

The saucer-shape of German spacecraft, employing a radically different design paradigm than the vessels of other nations, suggests a source of technological information separate from the captured resources of the failed “Martian” invasion of 1898. The preponderance of evidence suggests this knowledge was shared with certain occult societies that support the Nazi Party by a more advanced race--the beings referred to in intelligence reports as the “Blond” or “Nordic” adepts.

Captured documents refer to these beings as “Hyperborean.” It is the belief of the Thule Society and other German occult groups they are the pure-blooded descendants of the original “Aryan” race they once lived in a polar Atlantis. Some cataclysm led to their empire’s collapse and they retreat to a hidden redoubt. This is variously described as “underground” or within the “hollow earth.” The name Agartha is often used for this enclave.

The Agarthans or Hyperboreans are associated with a symbol called the “Black Sun.” Psychometric intelligence gives the impression that their civilization may be nourished by a literal black sun--some sort of sphere of concentrated vril energy.

If the Hyperboreans are of terrestrial origin, it raises the question as to where they have been throughout recorded human history. Their attractive forms and metaphysical powers suggest the possibility that encounters with these beings may underlie much of human mythology and folklore.

Hyperboreans are physically and psychically stronger than normal humans. Extreme caution should be taken when encountering them either physically or astrally.

(More from an alternate Spelljammer Pulpier Space.)

12 comments:

Matt said...

I dig it.

Needles said...

Nasty & a good set up! I can't wait to see where this goes!

Nemo235 said...

You obviously know to much and must be dealt with. Guards!

P.S.- Who's the hot martian chick?

Nemo235 said...

err..I meant Hyperborian chick. I was stunned by her hotness.

christian said...

I volunteer to study the courtship rituals of the Hyperborians. It will be a thankless and naughty job, but I think I can do it.

Trey said...

@Matt and @Needles - Thanks!

@Nemo - That would be Dorothy Stratten in the film Galaxina.

@Christian - Alright, but I hope you've been working out.

Baron Opal said...

I was fascinated by the Black Sun, vril, and the rest when I first heard about it. Reading The Coming Race was surprisingly painful given its alleged influence.

Trey said...

@Baron Opal - Yeah, there's a reason a bad writing contest bears Bulwer-Lytton's name.

migellito said...

Most excellent! I love how you've integrated these ideas.

Trey said...

Thanks!

garrisonjames said...

Nice. Flugelrads make for interesting scenarios and gaming opportunities. Do these Hyperboreans have competing factions, or are they still one big happy imperialist group of conquerors and despots? Is there any chance of a...rebellion...among the worlds of the Hyperborean Empire?

Trey said...

There are rumors of a Shambhala/Agartha split, but Hollow Earth politics remain mirky.