"Logos Mantram Magia", edition 2005
Although this edition is void of any anti-semitic attacks or pro-Hitler ramblings, the son of Krumm-Heller provides some connection of his father to the extremely racist Ordo Novi Templi (ONT). "In 1925, my father worked with Prof. Ernst Issberner-Haldane on the theories of Plasmogenia and its relation to the origins of life." Parcival Krumm-Heller, one of Krumm-Heller's children (he also had Hiram Aguirre, Guadalupe, Cuauthemoc and Sieglinde) adds that Issberner-Haldane (1886-1966) was an Ariosophist and that his 1935 book "Arisches Weistum" was banned by the Nazis.
To no surprise: the Nazis considered all occult stuff to be "dangerous" to "real" Ariosophy. Nevertheless, racists like Liebenfels, Issberner-Haldane and Krumm-Heller survived Germany and Krumm-Heller even managed to travel to Brazil in the desastrous after-War situation in Germany.
The Ordo Novi Templi was founded by Lanz von Liebenfels, "Der Mann, der Hitler die Ideen gab" (The Man Who Provided Hitler With Ideas) and the interested reader is referred to below sources:
- Wilfried Daim: "Der Mann, der Hitler die Ideen gab", Vienna 1957
- Rudolf J. Mund: "Lanz v. Liebenfels und der Neue Templer Orden", Stuttgart 1976
- Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke: "The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influence on Nazi Ideology", 1985, several editions since. This books contains interesting biographical details on Ernst Issberner-Haldane, a fervent racist collaborator of Krumm-Heller (see above)