Vrilya (or Vril-ya) is a subterranean civilization wrote about in Edward Bulwer-Lytton's 1871 novel, "The Coming Race".


It was supposed by some that Lytton's book was not altogether a work of fiction. Some claimed that Lytton was privy to secrets of antediluvian worlds. During World War II, German psychics studied Lytton's 1871 novel, "The Coming Race". They channeled beings from Aldebaran to gain knowledge of vril power. The knowledge that was given to the Germans, was eventually absorbed by both the United States through Operation Paperclip,[1] and suspected through Operation Osoaviakhim, where Soviet military units forcibly (at gunpoint) recruited over 2,000 German specialists to the Soviet Union in one night.


The Vril-ya are said to have once lived on the surface of the Earth, but were removed to the subterranean realms for fear of a catastrophic event that threatened the planet in the antediluvian age. The beings from Aldebaran, in the Taurus constellation, possess the secret powers of the vril. There seems to be a deep connection between the angelic like Vril-ya, who are adorned with wings,[2] and the Anunnaki of Aldebaran.[3]


  • Vril, a power source
  • A-Vril, Civilisation
  • Vril-ya, Civilised Nations, more specifically, the distinguished communities who employ the uses of vril

See alsoEdit


  1. The Aldebaran Mystery, by Jim Nichols
  2. The Coming Race (1871) by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  3. In the Transcriptions of Lacerta, the Illojim (Anunnaki) who genetically modify the Human, are said to come from the star system Aldebaran.


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