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Konrad Weiss was the director of the Ahnenerbe Obskurakorps, the occult branch of the Nazi-regime. He was most well known for trying the “Rite of Solomon”, an ancient occult ritual that could have changed the tide of World War 2.

History

When and how Konrad Weiss became the leader of the Ahnenerbe Obskurakorps is not known, but his position allowed him to communicate directly to Heinrich Himmer himself.

Over time he and Himmler found out about the “Rite of Solomon”, an ancient occult ritual that could be used to changethe nature of thaumaturgy (magic), and how to distribute supernatural powers among to the human population. The Nazis hoped to rewrite magic in a way, that only Germans (more notably Hitler's regime and key-suporters) could preform magic, making them true "master-race". In order to perform the rite, seven keys were need.

Over the course of the war Weiss was responsible for organizing the search of the seven keys, and apointed men such as Hermann Schmitz, Richard Wege and Werner Schuhmann for the search. Over time six keys were found by the Nazis, but the seventh, hidden inside a golem, got away. Without this final key the ritual could not be completed.

As the war was slowly going against Germany's favor, Weiss descided to produce the seventh key himself, before deciding to scrap all "jewish art" in favor of "aryan magic", by having his scholars desgin nine new keys. This apparently proved to be successful, and it both Weiss and Himmler were gathering resources to preform the ritual.

Luckily, in 1944, the SCP Foundation managed to capture the man, along with key details of ritual itself. Defeated, Weiss gave intel that allowed the Foundation and the Allied Occult Initiative to stop the Obskurakorps from completing the ritual and ending the war.

Trivia

  • The Foundation refers to Konrad Weiss as PoI-018747.

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