Maria Orsitsch, Marija Oršić, Maria Orsitsch, also known as Maria Orsic, was a famous medium who later became the leader of the Vril Society. She was born on 31. October 1895 in Zagreb. Her father was a Croatian and her mother was a German from Vienna.
Tomislav Oršić, Maria’s father, was born in a house nearby St. Stephans Cathedral in Zagreb, Croatia, KuK Austro-Hungarian empire. Architect, Tomislav worked in 1890s in an office located in Ban Jelačić Square (Trg bana Jelačića)
Tomislav met Sabine in 1894 During a trip to Vienna, Tomislav met an exceptionally beautiful young ballerina by the name of Sabine. They fell in love, and married short after, and on 31. October 1895 in Zagreb, Sabine Orsic gave birth to a stunning blonde girl she named Maria. Later Tomislav changed his first name to Thomas
Maria was more beautiful than any Hollywood star at that time. Maria Orsitsch was first mentioned and pictured in 1967 by Bergier and Pauwels in their book:”Aufbruch ins dritte Jahrtausend: von der Zukunft der phantastischen Vernunft”
Maria soon followed the German national movement which was active after the WWI; the main goal of the movement was to unite Austria with the Germany. In the year 1919 Maria moved to München, to her fiance. In Munich Maria was in contact with the Thule Gesellschaft and soon she created her own circle together with Traute A. from Munich and several other friends: the “Alldeutsche Gesellschaft für Metaphysik”, official name of the Vril Gesellschaft.
All of them were young ladies, which among other things were against the arising fashion of short hair-styles for women. Both Maria and Traute were beautiful ladies with very long hair; Maria was blond and Traute was brown-haired. They had long horse tails, a very uncommon hairstyle at that time.
This became a distinctive characteristic in all the women who integrated Vril which was maintained till May 1945. They believed that their long hair acted as cosmic antennae to receive alien communication from beyond. In public, however, they hardly ever exhibited the hair in horse tail style. For identification, Vril members (also called Vrilerinnen) wore a disk which represented the two mediums: Marija Oršić and Sigrun.
The Vril Society was formed by a group of female psychic mediums led by the Thule Gesellschaft medium Maria Orsitsch (Orsic) of Zagreb, who have received communication from Aryan aliens living on Alpha Cen Tauri, in the Aldebaran system. Allegedly, these aliens had visited Earth and settled in Sumeria, and the word Vril was formed from the ancient Sumerian word “Vri-Il” (“like god or God-like”). A second medium was known only as Sigrun, a name etymologically related to Sigrune, a Valkyrie and one of Wotan’s nine daughters in Norse legend.
The Society allegedly taught concentration exercises designed to awaken the forces of Vril, and their main goal was to achieve Raumflug (Spaceflight) to reach Aldebaran. To achieve this, the Vril Society joined the Thule Gesellschaft to fund an ambitious program involving an inter-dimensional flight machine based on psychic revelations from the Aldebaran aliens.
Maria Orschitsch, a member of the Vril-Gesellschaft obtained telepathically messages from extraterrestrials in a code language of the Knights Templar, a language that was unknown to her.
The messages contain technical information about the construction of a UFO. Hitler gave at the end of World War II mission to build flying saucers, claimed a report in the German science magazine PM.
Mary Orschitsch was a well-known medium and would have been the head of the Vril-Gesellschaft. They gathered a large number of young women around them.
They had long ponytails, something that was very unusual at that time. They believed that their long hair acted as a cosmic antenna to communicate with extraterrestrials. Vril members, also known as “Vril”.
According to the Vril documents these messages, would be obtained telepathically, from Aldebaran, 68 light years away in the constellation Taurus. Maria had two stacks of papers, one written in code language of the Templars, the other in an ancient oriental language.
They got help from the Pan-Babylonians, a group that had close ties with the Thule Society which was formed among others by archaeologist Hugo Winckler, physicist Peter Jensen and Assyriologist Friedrich Delitzsch.
Vril Medium notes taken by Maria Orsic and Sigrun containing Sumerian and Templar writing. It turned out that the second stack of documents were written in Sumerian. Sigrun helped translate the messages and decipher the strange images of a circular flying machine.
According to sceptics, there has never been a Vril-Gesellschaft in Germany and Louis Pauwels made up this story. However, as several sources confirmed independently that the UFO projects were not a made up story. So we can therefore assume the authenticity.
Several years ago, the German science magazine PM claimed in a report that Hitler gave at the end of World War II orders to build several flying saucers. According to PM several prototypes actually flown perfectly and certainly at least 15 prototypes were created.
The magazine had quoted eyewitnesses that the UFO with the Iron Cross, the symbol of the German army, saw flying over the Thames in 1944. The Americans also had the vessel detected on their radar as a potential danger.
Maria Orsic disappeared in 1945. The 11th of March of 1945 an internal document of the Vril Gesellschaft was sent to all its members; a letter written by Maria Orsic. The letter ends: “niemand bleibt hier” (noone is staying here). This was the last announcement from Vril, and since then noone heard ever again from Maria or the rest of members. It is speculated they escaped to Aldebaran. Isn’t it really strange that they were never seen after this?
After the war, many Nazi scientists were employed by NASA, where they made the most of the contributions to the development of the American space programs. All this information was once top secret, today its part of the awaken ones general knowledge!