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The Secret of the Runes (original 1907; edition 1988)

by Stephen E. Flowers

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Title:The Secret of the Runes
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The Secret of the Runes by Guido von List (1907)

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The runes are said to have “revealed themselves” to von List, uncovering a complete cosmology and esoteric understanding of the primeval Teutonic/Aryan peoples, and becoming the cornerstone of his ideology. No other work so clearly and simply sets forth the full spectrum of von List’s fantastic vision of a mystical philosophy based on Germanic principles.

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