Moeller van den Bruck's writings will have a major influence on young conservatives who oppose the Weimar Republic.
The ideology he outlines in Das Dritte Reich becomes important for the Nazis because it is based around an ideal of national empowerment. He himself is never a supporter of the Nazis, though.
The last words he writes before committing suicide in 1925 are:
"There are many things that can be said against Hitler, and I have sometimes said them. But one thing you have to give him credit for: he is a fanatic for Germany.
But he is wrecked by his proletarian primitive ways. He does not know how to give an intellectual basis to his Nazi party. Hitler is all passion but lacks sense or proportion. A heroic tenor, not a hero."