The Golden Thread: Esoteric Hitlerism

Miguel Serrano (author)
Sabella P. Quintela (foreword)

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The link between Hitlerism and a millenarian, necessarily esoteric, and in any case suggestive tradition is a thesis that Miguel Serrano enunciated in Chile well before The Morning of the Magicians.


After years of research, mystical experiences in India, and interviews with the most interesting personages of the 20th century—Hesse, Jung, Pound, Skorzeny, Degrelle—the author offers us The Golden Thread: Esoteric Hitlerism, in which he develops that primitive insight into a delirious exposition.


Gnostics, Cathars, Rosicrucians, Templar Knights, Knights of the Thule Order, hidden leaders of National Socialism parade through the pages of this book, to be found in unexpected castles and monasteries, fighting astral battles whose echoes are recorded in history and which are won or lost in accordance to the direction of the swastika, a symbol that appears inexplicably in epics and cultures apparently alien to one another.


Revelatory authors from the 1960s and 70s—Molnár, Bloch, Evola, Vögelin—have shown the nexus that links utopias, heresies, and secret societies to politics. Miguel Serrano, on the basis of documentation, abundant iconographic material, and unpublished testimonies applies the same methodology to National Socialism, with surprising and polemical results.


This authoritative English-language edition—produced with the full collaboration and support of Miguel Serrano's estate—comes with a full complement of endnotes, a comprehensive index, and the author’s corrections, none of which were present in the two Spanish-language editions.


Scheduled for publication in the third week of April 2017. Pre-order now and get it three weeks before the official publication date for £12 less than the list price (£33 as opposed to £45).

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The link between Hitlerism and a millenarian, necessarily esoteric, and in any case suggestive tradition is a thesis that Miguel Serrano enunciated in Chile well before The Morning of the Magicians.

After years of research, mystical experiences in India, and interviews with the most interesting personages of the 20th century—Hesse, Jung, Pound, Skorzeny, Degrelle—the author offers us The Golden Thread: Esoteric Hitlerism, in which he develops that primitive insight into a delirious exposition.

Gnostics, Cathars, Rosicrucians, Templar Knights, Knights of the Thule Order, hidden leaders of National Socialism parade through the pages of this book, to be found in unexpected castles and monasteries, fighting astral battles whose echoes are recorded in history and which are won or lost in accordance to the direction of the swastika, a symbol that appears inexplicably in epics and cultures apparently alien to one another.

Revelatory authors from the 1960s and 70s—Molnár, Bloch, Evola, Vögelin—have shown the nexus that links utopias, heresies, and secret societies to politics. Miguel Serrano, on the basis of documentation, abundant iconographic material, and unpublished testimonies applies the same methodology to National Socialism, with surprising and polemical results.

This authoritative English-language edition—produced with the full collaboration and support of Miguel Serrano's estate—comes with a full complement of endnotes, a comprehensive index, and the author’s corrections, none of which were present in the two Spanish-language editions.

Scheduled for publication in the third week of April 2017. Pre-order now and get it three weeks before the official publication date for £12 less than the list price (£33 as opposed to £45).

Additional Information

Author Miguel Serrano
Contributors Sabella P. Quintela (foreword)
Format Hardcover
Publisher The Palingenesis Project (Wermod and Wermod Publishing Group)
Edition First English-Language Edition
Date or Year of Publication / Release April 2017
Pagination 462
ISBN 978-1-909606-14-2
Condition New

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