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Karl Spiesberger 29 October — 1 January was a German mystic, occultist, Germanic revivalist and Runosophist. He is most well known for his revivalism and usage of the Sidereal Pendulum for divination and dowsing and for his anti-racialist stance and revivalist usage of the Armanen Futharkh runic system after the second world war, removing its negative connotations. Spiesberger was the son of a gardener.

Since his earliest youth Spiesberger was interested in occultism and hypnosis. In May he moved to Berlin to attain a career as an actor. In he met the then already well-known magician and occultist Gregor A. Gregorius, who in founded the Lodge "Fraternitas Saturni" and came into close contact with him. Later he became one of its best-known members.

He worked intensively with the magical use of the Armanen Futharkh runes. When this came in conflict with the Nazi regime he turned to other occult themes, such as the magic of the spheres and the ancient books of magic Grimoires.

After the upheavals and repressions of the second world war, Spiesberger headed an esoteric study circle, where he met his future wife, Christa. As a member of the lodge founded by Gardner Fraternitas Saturni he was brother under his lodge name "Eratus" in Riesa. In the same time, he devoted himself to writing. Gregory gave Eratus [words seem to be missing here] on 18 March which made eternal faithfulness unto gradus solos master level , at the initiation of the lodge and the demiurge Saturn.

In he withdrew from the lodge for unknown reasons. During the early s discord and envy in the Fraternitas Saturni ruled; however, Spiesberger continued his researches undaunted. Due to his knowledge and diligence, he expected to assume leadership of the lodge after the demise of Gregorius'; the married Gardner, however, put forward his long-term lover, Sorella Roxane for the Office of the Grand Master.

Due to divergent views on spiritual issues Spiesberger left the lodge, but continued to devote his time to lectures and his literary activities. Spiesberger is well known as the single most important person to revive Germanic mysticism after the second world war, including the Armanen Runes and the Pendulum. Those of the old rune magicians and occultists who had survived the war in Germany, slowly began to make their way back to their work, and new voices were also heard.

The best known of these new voices was Spiesberger. After the war the Armanen system was revived, and "reformed" by Spiesberger. Spiesberger was a widely qualified, "eclectic" occultist who has authored books in the hermetic as well as the runic tradition.

In these books he synthesises the work of all the German runic magicians and experts who preceded him, within a pansophical framework. Spiesberger's works were always cast in the 18 rune Futharkh the Armanen Runes as originally envisioned by Guido von List and magically developed by Siegfried Adolf Kummer. Both were proponents of the Armanen Runes. What Spiesberger essentially tried to do was remove the "racist" aspects of the Armanic and Marbyan rune work and place the whole system in a pansophical, or eclectic, context.

To Spiesberger, they were just one more tool to be used by any individual magician. After the war he also wrote Der erfolgreiche Pendel-Praktiker published in Although still far more readily available in its original German text, it is now also available in its English translation entitled Reveal the Power of the Pendulum.

In this book about pendulum dowsing, he refers to the Odic force. Like most authors on esoteric or magical subjects, he presents a mixture of the old with some original innovations of his own.

To some extent the innovations may have been drawn from the eclectic teachings of the Fraternitas Saturni. Biography Lists Also Viewed. Life Spiesberger was the son of a gardener. In the s, the animal lover reworked some of his works, which were reissued in new editions. He died in the age of 87 in Berlin and is also buried there. Rune Magic Spiesberger is well known as the single most important person to revive Germanic mysticism after the second world war, including the Armanen Runes and the Pendulum.

Work Spiesberger's works were always cast in the 18 rune Futharkh the Armanen Runes as originally envisioned by Guido von List and magically developed by Siegfried Adolf Kummer. Selected works Karl Spiesberger has written many works. ISBN Originally published as Der erfolgreiche Pendelpraktiker in Author Astrologer.

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Karl Spiesberger 29 October — 1 January [ citation needed ] was a German mystic , occultist , Germanic revivalist and Runosophist. He is most well known for his revivalism and usage of the Sidereal Pendulum for divination and dowsing and for his anti-racialist stance and revivalist usage of the Armanen Futharkh runic system after the second world war, removing its negative connotations. Spiesberger was the son of a gardener. In he met the then already well-known magician and occultist Gregor A. Gregorius , [3] who in founded the Lodge " Fraternitas Saturni " and came into close contact with him. Later he became one of its best-known members. He worked intensively with the magical use of the Armanen Futharkh runes.

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He is most well known for his revivalism and usage of the Sidereal Pendulum for divination and dowsing and Armanen Runes. Spiesberger's works were always cast in the 18 rune Futharkh the Armanen Runes as originally envisioned by Guido von List and magically developed by Siegfried Adolf Kummer. Spiesberger is well known as the single most important person to revive Germanic mysticism after the second world war, including the Armanen Runes and the Pendulum. And, in the years immediately after the Second World War, and to some extent continuing to the present day, the runes were so closely associated with the Nazis that the use and discussion of them in academic as well as esoteric circles was hampered by adverse public opinion. Those of the old rune magicians and occultists who had survived the war in Germany, slowly began to make their way back to their work, and new voices were also heard. The best known of these new voices was Spiesberger.

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