Friedrich Bernhard Marby (10 May 1882 – 3 December 1966) was a
German rune occultist and Germanic revivalist. He is best known for
his revivalism and use of the
1 Early life 2 Rune scholarship 3 References 4 External links
Born in Aurich, Ostfriesland,
Friedrich Marby trained as a printer and
served professionally as an editor.
From 1924, he began publishing his theories and research.
There was a school of rune scholars who interpreted the Eddas
completely in anti-Semitic fashion, but Alan Baker in his book
Invisible Eagle singles out Marby as one of the
Marby, along with Siegfried Adolf Kummer, was criticized by name in a
report made to
^ a b Vor Trú, issue 69. ^ a b c d Goodrick-Clarke, Nicholas (September 1993). Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influence on Nazi Ideology. NYU Press. pp. 161–162. ISBN 978-0-8147-3060-7. Retrieved 26 April 2011. ^ Baker, Alan. Invisible eagle: the Hidden History of Nazi Occultism. Virgin. ISBN 978-1-85227-863-2. ^ Edred Thorsson, Futhark: A Handbook of Rune Magic, Weiser Books, 1984, p. 15. Edred Thorsson, Rune might: secret practices of the German rune magicians, Llewellyn's Teutonic magick series, 1989. Edred Thorsson, The Truth About Teutonic Magick, Llewellyn's vanguard series, 1994. Later also: L. E. Camp, A Handbook of Armanen Runic-Wisdom: History, World-View, Rune-Yoga, Divination, the Sidereal Pendulum and the Runic-Zodiac, 2005. Criticized by Sweyn Plowright, The Rune Primer, 2006 (esp. pp. 137-139).
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