Green Dragon (order)

Green Dragon was a mystical Tibetan or Japanese occult Order first mentioned at the beginning of the 20th century. The organization was mainly popularized through the book The Morning of the Magicians.[1][2]

It is claimed that the Order collaborated with Theosophical Society and Thule Society and influenced well-known secular figures in Europe as well as in Tibet and Japan. It is claimed that the Nazis discovered during the capture of Berlin in World War II were wearing Tibetan (or Kalmyk) garb.[3][4]

Rumored members of the Order include Peter Badmayev, empress Alexandra Feodorovna,[3] Grigory Rasputin, and Karl Haushofer.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Lachman, Gary (2003). Turn Off Your Mind: The Mystic Sixties and the Dark Side of the Age of Aquarius. The Disinformation Company. ISBN 0-9713942-3-7. Retrieved 12 May 2010.
  2. ^ Жак Бержье, Луи Повель
  3. ^ a b "The seven heads of the Green Dragon" (about "Les Sept têtes du Dragon Vert" book by Teddy Legrand)
  4. ^ Hitler et les sociétés secrètes : Enquête sur les sources occultes du nazisme
  5. ^ Михаил Бурлешин «Зелёный Дракон Тибета»

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