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“Bulwer Lytton calls vril, and the operation of which he has fairly accurately described in his _Coming Race_, that the colleges for the higher training of the youth of Atlantis were specially occupied in developing.”
“The "Vril-ya" enjoy a utopian social organisation based on "vril", a source of infinitely renewable electrical power (commerce promptly produced the beef essence drink, Bovril).”
“The vril-powered saucer thrummed softly on the roof of the Führerbunker awaiting his arrival.”
“Reich of the Black Sun, by Joseph Farrell; continuing our Secrets of the Second World War theme, we come to this magisterial compendium of Nazi Secret Technology and Refuge theory and practice, in which our author looks over the questions of occult vril, anti-gravity, secret SS A-bomb projects, vortex engines, Antarctic bases, flying saucers, and the Fourth Reich with a pitch-perfect combination of overt skepticism and total gullibility.”
“But I reject @vril Levign just on a matter of principle.”
“When the High Gods had destroyed Atlantis for its sins, the priests of Xotli and their slaves had fled from the sinking land in a mighty fleet of flying ships powered by the mysterious force called vril.”
“Their position was quite equal to that of the men, while the aptitude many of them displayed in acquiring the vril-power made them fully the equals if not the superiors of the other sex.”
“In the earlier times it seems to have been personal vril that supplied the motive power -- whether used in conjunction with any mechanical contrivance matters not much -- but in the later days this was replaced by a force which, though generated in what is to us an unknown manner, operated nevertheless through definite mechanical arrangements.”
“In Les Fils de Dieu (The Sons of God) (1873), the French author Louis Jacolliot linked vril with the subterranean people of Thule.”
“Jocelyn Godwin, in Arktos, The Polar Myth in Science, Symbolism and Nazi Survival (1993), identified agni power with vril.”
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Mysterious and theoretical substances and "stuff" of legend. More emphasis on the ancient, mystical, mythical, folklore, mathematical, and scientific. I won't be listing too many "sci-fi" or comed...
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With enough jargon and statistics, hucksters can make you believe anything. He may be wearing a lab coat, but he ain't your friend.
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