He was an important figure in the activities of the Thule Society, a post-World War I German political organization that was a precursor of the Nazi Party. Glauer was born in Hoyerswerda, Germany , the son of an engine driver from Dresden. He used the alias Sebottendorf because he claimed that he had been adopted by the Sebottendorf family and had a claim to the title of count. After a career as a merchant seaman, Glauer settled in Turkey in and became the supervisor of a large estate there. Glauer was deeply influenced by Sufi mysticism, other Eastern philosophies, and in particular, the writings of Madame Blavatsky. He used Blavatsky's The Secret Doctrine to launch his own recreation of ancient Germanic myth, positing a coming historical moment in which he theorized that the Aryan race would be restored to prior glories by the appearance of a race of Supermen.
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Secret Practices of the Sufi Freemasons: The Islamic Teachings at the Heart of Alchemy (Paperback)
He was a Freemason ,  a Sufi of the Bektashi order - after his conversion to Islam  - and a practitioner of meditation , astrology , numerology , and alchemy. Glauer was born in Hoyerswerda in the Prussian Province of Silesia present-day Saxony , the son of a locomotive engineer. He appears to have worked as a technician in Egypt between —, although according to his own account he spent less than a month there in after a short career as a merchant sailor. In July of that year he travelled to Turkey , where he settled in and worked as an engineer on a large estate there.