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In addition to contacts with the [[Munich Cosmic Circle]] and other, equally irrational-esoteric groups, he became involved in the [[esoteric]] and [[mystic]], including the right-wing esoteric ideas of [[Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels]] and [[pseudoscience]]. Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando was a member of the New Temple Order founded by [[Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels]]. An example of his esoteric orientation is his "discovery" that the legendary "saline women" in Tyrol, who also appear in his ''Tyrolean Dragon Play'' (''Tiroler Drachenspiel''), were actually [[yoga]] girls who at certain points, the so-called "earth navels" (''Erdnabel''), could cause gene mutations by dancing.
 
His only known work as an architect is the house at Wehrgasse 22 in [[Vienna]] - [[Margareten]], which he built in 1910 together with [[Fritz Keller (architect)|Fritz Keller]].
 
== References ==
* ''Herzmanovsky-Orlando.'' Vienna 1970.
* Friedrich Bohne (ed.): ''Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando.'' Nuremberg 1961.
* [[Barbara Bronnen]]: ''Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando.'' Munich 1965
* Tino Erben (ed.): ''Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando.'' Vienna 1977.
* [[Bernhard Fetz]], Klaralinda Ma, [[Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler]] (ed.): ''Phantastik auf Abwegen. Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando im Kontext.'' Vienna 2004.
* Monika von Gagern: ''Ideologie und Phantasmagorie Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlandos.'' Munich 1972.
* [[Gregor Gatscher-Riedl]]: ''Die Perchtoldsdorfer "Theresienau" und Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando. Zum 90-jährigen Jubiläum von "Der Gaulschreck im Rosennetz".'' In: Heimatkundliche Beilage [zum Amtsblatt der Bezirkshauptmannschaft Mödling], 53rd year, F. 3, (Mödling 5 September 2018), pp. 21f.
* {{NDB|8|738||Herzmanovsky-Orlando, Fritz von|Barbara Grunert-Bronnen|11870396X}}
* Arnulf Meifert, Manfred Kopriva (ed.): ''Forscher im Zwischenreich. Der Zeichner Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando.'' St. Pölten-Salzburg-Vienna 2012, ISBN 978-3-7017327-3-9.