Extract from an article by David Livingstone:
The founding fathers of Ariosophy, Guido von List * and Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels *, have madeUrheimat* of the Aryans the polar continent disappeared fromThe Arctic* (“Arctogeia“- “Arctogaia”- Gaia du Nord) associated with the primordial Aryo-Germanic heritage *.
*[Urheimat – Natal lands, region of origin of speakers of a proto-language]
*The Arctic [with the German spelling of the Greek ἄρκτος árktos “north” and γαῖα gâia “land”, therefore “land of the North”] is a mythical continent, similar to those of Hyperborea, by Thule and Pan.
It can refer to any territory above the Arctic Circle.
This word originated in racist and esoteric circles in Germany and it refers to the hypothetical homeland of the “Aryans”.
Guido von List
*Guido von List developed a racial religion based on the concept of renouncing the foreign belief and that of Christianity imposed.
He advocates a return to the pagan religions of the ancient Indo-Europeans.
List preferred the equivalent term Ario-Teutons or "Aryo-Germanics‘‘*.
He is strongly influenced by the theosophical thought of Madame Blavatsky.
Ideas that he mixed with his own very original beliefs of Germanic paganism.
List names his doctrine Armanism *, according to the Armanen.
It is a so-called body of priest-kings in the ancient Aryo-Germanic nation.
His conception of the original religion of the Germanic tribes was a form of sun worship, with his kings-priests [similar to god Icelandic] as legendary rulers of ancient Germany.
Religious education takes place at two levels.
The esoteric doctrine (Armanism) concerns the mysterious secrets of gnosis, reserved for the initiated elite.
On the other hand, the exoteric doctrine, and Ottoman, popular myths are formed. They are intended for lower social classes.
List's doctrine is Gnostic, pantheist and deist.
He claims to be the last reincarnated descendant of the Aryan Armanist clergy and affirms his faith in the Germanic cults, seen through anti-Semitic prisms, nordicites and anti-liberals.
List is a proponent of a Germanic religion based on bacchanales, strictly applied eugenics.
And it is characterized within a religiosity developed by the theosophical society.
According to him, this ancient Germanic religion, was transmitted through a secret chain of insiders.
She counts Christ in their ranks, kabbalists, templars, of the Rosicrucian Knights, Karl Georg Zschaetzsch and him.
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Jörg Lanz from Liebenfels
Pioneer of Ariosophy
*Adolf Josef Lanz, alias Jörg Lanz , who called himself Lanz von Liebenfels, was a theorist, Austrian political and racial occultist. He is a pioneer of Ariosophy. Former monk and founder of Ostara magazine, in which he published anti-Semitic and völkisch theories (an anti-feminist ideology).
In 1894, he claims to have been ‘enlightened’ by finding the tombstone of a Templar knight.
And he began to develop his theories of "blue-blond Aryanism" and "inferior races".
In 1905, il publie son livre theozoology or the news of the Sodomian apes and the gods electron [Theozoology or the science of sodomite monkeys and the divine electron] in which he advocates the sterilization of patients, of “inferior races”, as well as their forced labor.
He glorifies the “Aryan race” by calling it “Gottmenschen” (Men-Gods).
Denying the existence of God, Lanz justifies his racial ideology by giving it biblical foundations.
After Hitler's Rise, in the years 1920, Lanz tried to be recognized as one of his ideological forerunners.
In the preface to number one of the 3rd series of Ostara , in 1927, he writes:
"We must not forget that the swastika and fascist movements are mostly descendants of Ostara."
After the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany in 1938, Lanz hoped for Hitler's patronage, but this one forbade him to publish his writings.
And copies of Ostara are withdrawn from circulation.
After the war, Lanz accused Hitler of stealing, corrupted his idea, and to be a "descendant of an inferior race".
Association Arktogeia de Douguine
Intellectual networks, Dugin's policies and publishing house
After his first work, "The Ways of the Absolute" (The Ways of the Absolute) in 1990, Dugin founds the historical-religious association "Arctogeia“.
He established it as a headquarters for intellectual networks, policies and as its publishing house.
The latest international version in English d’Arctogaia was presented as follows:
“ARCTOGAIA is the association of intellectuals who study religious traditions, the cultures and history of the nations of the world.
The activities of the association are focused on developing closer ties between the two religions and the nations of the world against the backdrop of a single prehistoric tradition., entirely human, which is subject to reconstruction.
Special attention is paid to the traditional being of the peoples of the Eurasian continent, lhe traditional Eurasian lifestyle, Culture, confessions [are the main subjects of Arctogaia's research] et the influence of Eurasians on the universal historical process.
Also they study the deep principles of ideologies, social and political movements. ”
Manifesto of Arktogeia
Arktogeia's manifesto lists thirty-one ‘formulas to oppose the modern world’ and 'archetypal personalities being at the heart of their cause'.
These “ideological lists”, published as part of Dugin's first manifesto, include figures from the history of traditionalism, Eurasianism, the conservative revolution, the Frankfurt school, the avant-garde, GREECE and Shiite Islam, including:
Rene Guenon, Evola, Konstantin Leontiev, George Sorel, Ernst Jünger, Baron Ungern-Sternberg, Heidegger, Ernst Niekisch, Moeller van den Bruck, Haushofer, George Lukacs, Nietzsche, Jean-Francois Thiriart, Dostoyevsky, Carl Schmitt Georges Bataille, Herman Wirth, Jean Parvulesco, Carl Jung, Lev Gumilev, Herbert Marcuse, Guy Debord, Nikolai Trubetzkoy, Khomeini, Ali Shariati, Mircea Eliade, Ezra Pound, Gilles Dleuze, Arthur Rimbaud, George Dumezil, Alain de Benoist and Johnny Rotten.
Pan-Russian Eurasia Movement
Dugin's ideas form the backbone of the foundation of the Eurasia Party.
The 21 June 2002, the Ministry of Justice of Russia registers them.
One year later, Dugin created the Pan-Russian Eurasia Movement.
Initially the party's funding came in part by the FSB which is the main successor to the KGB. [Selon Andrew Wilson] 
Eurasian Party Symbol
Magic of Chaos
Dugin's Eurasian Party flag features eight white or yellow lightning bolts in the form of a radial pattern on a black background.
This symbol in itself is alternately called in the magic of Chaos the “wheel of chaos”, “The symbol of chaos”, “The arms of chaos”, “Arrows of chaos”, "The star of chaos", “The cross of chaos”, “The chaosphere” or “the symbol of eight”. 
Presumably he is referring to the "Magic of Chaos“.
"In short", explains Robert Zubrin :
"Dugin's eurasism is a satanic cult."
Heiser comments on worshiping Dugin of Chaos and adopting eight-pointed "chaos star":
The logos is replaced by chaos.
And the very symbol of the magic of chaos is the symbol of Eurasia:
“The logos have expired and we will all be buried under its ruins.
Sauf if we appeal to chaos, to its metaphysical principles.
And that we use them as a basis for something new. ”
Dugin dressed his discussion on logos in Heidegger's language.
But its terminology cannot be read outside of an old Western biblical tradition of 2000 years.
She associates the Logos with Christ.
And Dugin's invocation of chaos against the logos leads to inevitable conclusions regarding his doctrines. 
The “Fourth Political Theory” - A True Revolution & a "fascist fascism"
“Fourth political theory”
Dugin’s Eurasian Union will need a defining ideology.
And Dugin develops the “fourth political theory”.
It combines all the strengths of communism, of Nazism, ecologism and traditionalism.
Dugin's theory claims to go beyond the third strassery position, including the “first position” (nazism and fascism), in the “second position” social justice (European social movement) and in the third position “traditional identity”.
Douguine says that:
What Russia needs is an “authentic, true, radically revolutionary and solid, fascist fascism. ”
On the other hand ‘Liberalism is an absolute evil’ […]
Only a world crusade against the United States, the west, globalization and their politico-ideological expression, liberalism, are capable of becoming an adequate response ...
The American Empire must be destroyed. ” 
Since Putin declared the collapse of the Soviet empire "the greatest geopolitical disaster of the century"; the idea of restoring a Russian imperium has established itself as a cornerstone of its foreign policy. 
“New integration project” - “New Eurasian Union”
In October 2011, Izvestia published an article by Putin on the "new integration project", outlining Alexander Dugin’s vision for the new “Eurasian Union”, advancing the cause of closer integration between former Soviet states, on the basis of “common values, economic and political cooperation. ” 
As James Heiser explains in Breitbart:
Eurasianism (eurasism) leaves intact many of the territorial goals of the former Soviet Union while updating the ideology of a world that cooled down to the Bolshevik boilerplate. Gone are the old Marxist-Leninist “class struggle” sales pitches in favor of a world conflict rooted in “sacred geography” and an “inevitable” conflict between the continental power of Eurasia and the “maritime power” from the United Kingdom and the United States. .
Dugin's political role
Early years 90, when the Soviet Union nears its collapse, Dugin begins to assume a more important political role.
With the Kremlin
He was advisor to the president, of the State Duma, Gennadiy Seleznyov, and key member of Sergei Naryshkin's ruling United Russia party. 
Naryshkin is an official, a Russian politician and businessman who served as Chairman of the State Duma (2011-2016). Before, he was head of the administration of the President of Russia from May 2008 to december 2011.
In September 2016, Naryshkin appointed head of Russian Foreign Intelligence Service [SVR].
With the Russian army
Matthew D'Ancona says in 'The Guardian':
The extent of Dugin's personal access to the Kremlin remains opaque.
Certainly that over the decades eit has increased and decreased.
THEr which is indisputable this is the influence that his geopolitical vision has on the Russian Staff Academy and the Russian Defense Ministry.
Putin’s intervention in Georgia in 2008, its invasion of Ukraine in 2014 and his tightening grip on Syria are all perfectly in line with Dugin's strategy for Mother Russia. 
Dugin's Apocalyptic Vision
Strategic alliances are known as the Eurasian Union.
Dugin specifies the following:
We must create strategic alliances to turn the current order of things around, whose core would be described as human rights, anti-hierarchy and political correctness.
All that is the face of the Beast, l’anti-Christ. 
A geopolitical and strategic union
As defined in Foundations of Geopolitics, Dugin sees the need for an alliance between Turkey, Russia, Iran and the Central Asian republics to rekindle the aspirations of panturquism* against the western hemisphere:
The new Eurasian empire will be built on the fundamental principle of the common enemy:
rejection of Atlanticism, the strategic control of the United States and the refusal to let liberal values dominate us.
This common civilizational impulse will be the basis of a political and strategic union. 
“Dugin sees the need for an alliance between Turkey, Russia, Iran and the Central Asian republics to rekindle the aspirations of panturquism* against the western hemisphere.
What is pan-Turkishism?
The Panturquism is mentioned for the first time in the years 1860 by a Hungarian Zionist named Arminius Vambery (1832 at 1913), an agent of Lord Palmerston.
He became an adviser to the Ottoman Sultan.
Vambery s’est inspired by Alexander Csoma de Körös, who was an important source for Blavatsky. […]
Afghani founded Young Egypt which was mainly made up of members of the Young Turks.
It's a Masonic political party.
The Young Turks group is known as the Union and Progress Committee. [CUP] and they promoted the overthrow of the Ottoman Caliphate.
And they were inspired by the ambitions of Panturquism.
Young Turks ["Jews" Zionists from the Balkans, crypto-Jews. – cf: Movement of Zionist Jews behind the Armenian Genocide] are created, in the years 1890, by a prominent Sephardic Jewish family of prominent Ottoman Salonika [currently it is the Greek city of Thessaloniki]and an official from the Italian B’nai B’rith, named Emmanuel Carasso.
Carasso was the grand master of a masonic lodge Italian named “Risen Macedonia”.
The lodge was the headquarters of the Young Turks, and which all senior Young Turks leaders were members.
Italian Masonic lodges under the Ottoman Empire were set up by a disciple of Mazzini named Emmanuel Veneziano.
He was also a leader of the European subsidiary of B’nai B’rith [B’nai B’rith supports the policy and sustainability of the State of Israel and the Zionist movement, modeled on Masonic organizations], as well as the Alliance Israelite Universelle (AIU).
The panturquistes praise paganism
Like the nazis, the Panturquists wanted to return to the true pagan heritage of their nation.
Thanks to the influence of the beliefs of Soufis Bektashi, the Panturquism aspired to do relive shamanism, as being the true religion of Turkish heritage.
After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Young Turks grew by the ambitions of Panturquism and tried to replace the lost heritage with a new Turkish Republic.
The legend of Agartha was therefore promulgated by Ataturk [give birth to ultra-nationalist Kemalists].
He sought to create a sense of nationalism, to replace the religion of Islam as the primary identity with a new secular Turkish regime.
US support from panturquism
US support for pan-Turkishism in strengthening Turkey's role in NATO arrived in the person of Colonel Alparslan Turkes. A right-wing extremist, who during WWII was the contact person for the Nazis in Turkey.
After the war, in 1948, the Turks made contact with the CIA and set up a stay-behind anti-communist, with a secret army in Turkey.
Eventually it renamed itself the Special Forces Command ’, which functioned as Counter-Guerrilla.
Strategically exploit pan-Turkishism
The connection Ergenekon (an ultra-nationalist Kemalist organization) in Agartha is linked to panturquist movement, that United States sought to exploit after World War II in their continued struggle against communism.
Paris-based Intelligence Services, reported in 1990 that they had obtained declassified strategy documents.
They included specific reference to how the United States could strategically exploit the pan-Turkism movement..
Panturquisme et Neo-eurasisme
Alexandre Dugin is the alleged leader ofErgenekon linked to the pan-Turkism movement.
His claims are to present an obstacle to US imperialism.
Nevertheless the neo-eurasism aligns with recent American views of Central Asia. And this thanks to the help of the network of Fethullah Gülen and its links with the Counter-Guerrilla.
This was a facade for the CIA in the radicalization of Central Asia, involving drug trafficking, money laundering, the nuclear black market, and false flag terrorism.
Panturquism an apparent project of a pan-Islamic Caliphate
The ideals of Panturquism espoused by Gülen, an apparent project of the creation of a pan-Islamic Caliphate, were removed from Turkey.
In other words, this plan is part of The strategy after the Cold War from America to control Central Asia and contain Russia and China.
Dugin and the Eurasian bloc
Dugin likes to see himself as the heir to "the"ancient eurasian order“, whose elements were already present in the Sicherheitsdienst (SD), the secret service of the SS. 
Like Zbigniew Brzezinski, Dugin is also a disciple of Sir Halford Mackinder, seeing Central Asia as an essential aspect of geopolitics.
But he takes the opposite point of view, where he sees Russia as needing to create a Eurasian bloc to prevent US imperialism.
Dugin and non-European national Orthodox Christian government
Dugin's platform is the base of the Eurasia Party which he founded in 2001.
After the fall of the Soviet Union, Dugin argued that Russian civilization does not fall into the “European” category, and that the October Revolution of the Bolsheviks, was a necessary reaction to the modernization of Russian society.
He suggested that the Soviet regime was able to evolve into a new, non-European national Orthodox Christian government, losing the initial mask of proletarian internationalism and militant atheism.
A political aspiration of pan-Russian nationalists.
Movement [sometimes called the Great Russia], closely aligned with pan-Turkishism is described as a political aspiration of nationalists, pan-russians.
The aim of which is to take back part or all of the territories of the other republics of the former Soviet Union, and the territory of the former Russian Empire to merge them into a single Russian state.
Dugin's call for an alliance with Islam is reflected in his partner Gaydar Jamal, a Muscovite of Azerbaijani origin, who exemplified the relationship between Traditionalism and Islamic extremism. Formerly a member of Naqshbandi Sufism, Jamal was the founder of the Islamic Renaissance Party (THE BRIDGE) in 1990.
In 1992, Jamal led a group of dissidents into alliances with Islamist extremists in the Middle East and with the national opposition to Yeltsin, in the form of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (KPRF).
To know more: Freemasonry, Traditionalism and the Neo-Caliphate
- Douguine wants revive the aspirations of pan-Turkism against the western hemisphere.
- Of young Zionists [“Young Turks”] Freemasons inspired by ambitions of pan-Turkism led to the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
- The panturquist movement is used to serve the interests of United States.
The Dougine's aspirations are to revive pan-Turkism Zionist against the western hemisphere and destroy the american empire pro-Zionists.
The Zionists, do they seek to bring in two axes against each other to cause their economic and social collapse? Or am I wrong?
Dugin's neo-fascist propaganda
Dugin's geopolitical foundations quickly sold out.
They are treated in Russian higher education institutions and especially in the army.
As John B explains. Dunlop:
“Probably there was no other book published in Russia during the post-communist period that exerted an influence on foreign military policy elites, Russian police and state comparable to geopolitical foundations  of the neo-fascist, Douguine." 
The book was a hot topic of discussion among military and civilian analysts, in institutes, including in the Academy of State Management, and in the offices of the presidential administration in the Old Square.
Influence and propaganda of Dugin's neo-fascist ideas
Commenting on Dugin's growing influence, journalist Andrei Kolesnikov points out:
“Far-right ideology is not only becoming a dominant view in Russian publications and state rhetoric; it is also becoming fashionable in a distinguished salon. ” 
As James Clover pointed out in Foreign Policy, “Geopolitics was like 'open source computer software', as Dugin said. He wrote the program and everyone copied it. ” 
Foundations of Geopolitics was written with the help of General Nikolai Klokotov of the General Staff. He served as the official consultant for the project.
Over the next year, in 1998, Dugin's career took a big step forward by being appointed geopolitical advisor to Gennadiy Seleznyov, Chairman of the Russian State Duma.
Dugin's geopolitical doctrine in the school curriculum
In 2001 Seleznyov ranks tenth most influential politician in Russia.
In a radio interview from March 1999, Seleznyov made public that Dugin was one of his advisers and "he demanded that Dugin's geopolitical doctrine be made compulsory in the school curriculum." 
Klokotov noted that Dugin's theory of geopolitics had been taught as a subject in staff school since the early years. 1990, and that in the future, it “would serve as a powerful ideological basis for preparing a new command [military]”. 
In pursuit of its geopolitical program, Dugin has established a long list of contacts that make up its “Eurasian network”, made up of right-wing politicians, of philosophers and geopoliticians from Romania, Poland, Turkey, Hungary, Argentine, France, Croatia, Slovakia, Serbia, Greece, Lebanon, Italy, Germany, Chile and Malaysia.
Among many others, we find the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, former Romanian Prime Minister Ion Iliescu, of the second President of the Czech Republic Václav Klaus who had long-standing links with the KGB, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico and his entourage Vojislav. Stone fruit, former president of serbia, and Roman Giertych, leader of the League of Polish Families party.
In Turkey, Dugin is linked, among others, to former Prime Minister Suleyman Demirel [dead the 17 June 2015] and General Kilinc Tundzher, the former chief of staff of Turkey. 
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