Guido Von List

Guido Karl Anton List, better known as Guido von List (October 5, 1848 – May 17, 1919) was an Austrian/German (Viennese) poet, journalist, writer, businessman and dealer of leather goods, mountaineer, hiker, dramatist, playwright, and rower, but was most notable as an occultist and völkisch author who is seen as one of the most important figures in Germanic revivalism, Germanic mysticism, Runic Revivalism and Runosophy in the late 19th century and early 20th century, and continues to be so today.

He is the author of Das Geheimnis der Runen (The Secret of the Runes), which is a detailed study of the Armanen Futharkh, his intellectual world-view (as realised in the years between 1902 and 1908), an introduction to the rest of his work and is widely regarded as the pioneering work of Runology in modern occultism.

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Tiwaz Rune - Usage - Modern Usage - Guido Von List
... The Tyr rune in Guido von List's Armanen Futharkh was based on the version found in the Younger Futhark ... List's runes were later adopted and modified by Karl Maria Wiligut who was responsible for their adoptions by the NSDAP and subsequently used widely on insignia and ...
Esotericism In Germany And Austria - German Occult Revival, 1880–1910 - Guido Von List and Jörg Lanz Von Liebenfels
... Further information Ariosophy Living in Vienna, Guido (von) List (1848–1919) had been active as journalist and writer ... Die Gnosis (see above) included an article by List, in which he, referring Sebaldt von Werth, started to articulate "a Germanic occult religion" ... In the following decade, List continued to work on this topic, also making references to the works of Madame Blavatsky and William Scott-Elliot ...
Esotericism In Germany And Austria - Interbellum (Weimar Republic) - Ariosophy, Ordo Novi Templi, and Lumenclub - Rune Occultism
... Influenced by Guido von List und Lanz von Liebenfels (see Ariosophy), a new "Aryan occultist movement" was started after 1918 in Germany by Rudolf John Gorsleben ... runes (that first had been developed by Guido von List, see Armanen runes) was central to his world-view, Goodrick-Clarke speaks in this context of "rune occultism" ... the true ancestral religion, claiming that Guido von List's Wotanism and runic row was a schismatic false religion, but this does seem to be unconnected to the arrest of Marby ...
Armanen-Orden - History
... The Guido von List Society was founded by the Ariosophist Guido von List, the initiator of the doctrine of Armanism, on the Summer solstice of 1911 ... ("High Arman Order"), including List himself ... The Armanen-Orden was founded in 1976 as the re-activated Guido von List Society, after contacts in 1967 between Adolf Schleipfer (born 1947) and the still ...
Guido Von List - Influential List Society Members From 1908
... in Mannheim Arthur Weber, a theosophical editor Karl Hilm, occult novelist General Blasius von Schemua ...

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