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Dr. Arnold Krumm Heller (Germany, – Mexico, ), professor of Medicine of the University of Berlin and medical colonel of the Mexican army, has been. Results 1 – 12 of 24 Feb 12, by Daath Gnosis and Arnoldo Krumm-Heller Logos, Mantram, Magia. by ARNOLD KRUMM HELLER. Heinrich Arnold Krumm-Heller was a German doctor, occultist, Rosicrucian, and founder of Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antiqua (FRA), a traditional Hermetic order.

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Documents in the German National Archives show that the German government thought Krumm-Heller to be weird at best, maybe even mentally deranged, but loyal and fanatically committed to the Fatherland. He knew Aleister Crowley and was greatly influenced by his mystical conceptions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the German army, training focused on the effective use of canon in combination with cavalry attacks, a strategy that Mexican revolutionaries knew very little about.

In Krumm-Heller’s eyes, The Hitlerianismo should create a new philosophy, that is a new German identity. Inagain reporting to the German naval intelligence agent Sommerfeld, Krumm-Heller became a secret agent for Venustiano Carranza who sent him on diplomatic missions to Texas. He then traveled to Central America in the interests of the Arcane, ending his mission in South America with the establishment of a number of Temples Colleges.

After attaining to his Philosophic Initiation, Papus requested Dr. Following this trip he returned to Mexico, devoting considerable time to exploring the Indian tribes from the Magellan Straits to the Grand River. Krumm-Heller to go to Mexico, where a number of Neophytes awaited his arrival to receive him as guide and instructor.

Dr. Arnold Krumm-Heller

Artillery required precision, thorough knowledge of mathematics, and most artillery pieces used at the time were either German or French-made canon. Among his books are listed as follows:.

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Arnold Krumm-Heller

Carranza also dispatched Krumm-Heller on diplomatic missions to Argentina and Chile. Between and he studied medicine in Paris and transferred to Mexico in Fergusonwith the prodding from the German secret service agent, was the first U. Krumm-Heller became the private doctor of the future Mexican president Francisco Madero in the beginning of This page was last edited on 16 Decemberat He sympathized with German fascism and supported Adolf Hitler. Spanish Wikisource has original text related to this article: Then-Governor Ferguson, with the prodding from the German secret service agent, was the first U.

While in Mexico he also founded the Society of the Iron Crossa Germanic-imperialist order, with Carranza as head and himself as secretary. July 16, by Heribert von Feilitzsch.

On a mission to Germany, British authorities arrested him at Falmouth as a spy. Between and he studied medicine in Paris and returned to Mexico in Krumm-Heller died in Marburg kurmm, Germanyin Aprilaged On a mission to Germany, British authorities arrested him at Falmouth as a spy.

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These were under the jurisdiction of Papus but were presided over by the Grand Master J. In June the government of Victoriano Huerta arrested Krumm-Heller, ostensibly for hosting a “meeting of socialists and anarchists.

Sommerfeld in the Mexican Secret Service in January By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Retrieved from ” https: In Peru he received the symbolic name of Huiracochaby which he would be known in esoteric circles.

Krumm-Heller became Madero’s private doctor in hellfr beginning of Aleister Crowley, while in Berlin showing his paintings, wrote in his diary for February 11, Appearing in El Paso in the summer ofthe trained doctor met up again with Carranza and served as a colonel in the Constitutionalist army.

After he moved to Germany, he became a bishop in the Gnostic Church. After he moved to Germany, he became a bishop in the Gnostic Church.

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Carranza also dispatched Krumm-Heller on diplomatic missions to Argentina and Chile.

The Beverly Hall Corporation P. To request more information, please contact us below for a seeker information packet: Among his books are listed as follows: He left Germany “with permission of the military authority” orumm age eighteen and worked in Chile, Peru, and Mexico mostly as a scientist.

A prolific writer, he published 25 esoteric books, novellas, history books, biographies, as well as countless articles in his magazine Krumm Cruz and similar publications. He believed that the persecution of the Jews was a pure lie It was unfortunate, Krumm-Heller opined, that the press compared Hitler with Mussolini, as there was a big difference: He died in Germany in In the German army, training focused on the effective use of canon in combination with cavalry attacks, a strategy that Mexican revolutionaries knew very little about.

Box Quakertown, PA Krumm-Heller signed the Articles of the Confederation of Initiates, was made a full member of the Confederation, a member of the Great Council of Three for Germany-Austria and was officially recognized as the Grand Master of the Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antigua for these countries.

Artillery required precision, thorough knowledge of mathematics, and most artillery pieces ued at the time were either German or French-made canon. Krumm-Heller saw two scapegoats: Documents in the German National Archives show that the Hepler government thought Krumm-Heller to be weird at best, maybe even mentally deranged, but loyal and fanatically committed to the Fatherland.

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