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Wilhelm Teudt (1860 – 1942) was a völkisch lay archaeologist searching for an ancient Germanic civilization. His 1929 work Germanische Heiligtümer continues to have some currency in esoteric and neopagan communities. He trusted in his paranormal faculty of picking up the "vibrations" of his ancestors helping him visualize ancient sceneries of the sites he was researching. Teudt joined the NSDAP aged 73, in 1933. Teudt was particularly interested in the Externsteine, which he suggested was the location of the Saxon Irminsul. He led the German excavations at the site until 1940 when it was turned over to the Ahnenerbe's control. Persondata Name Teudt, Wilhelm Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1860 Place of birth Date of death 1942 Place of death This German biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This biographical article about an archaeologist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e