Alignments For Next World War: Unseen Forces Behind Hitler’s Reign

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 9:00 AM
January 30, 2012

      Countless books have been written about Adolph Hitler and the occult.  Scholars attempt to discover how a failed art major took over a nation, and to reveal evil spiritual forces that propelled him to the goal of world domination.

In their work, published in 1960, “The Morning of the Magicians: Secret Societies, Conspiracies, and Vanished Civilizations,” Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier were among the first researchers of occult practices, to explain demonically-inspired doctrines within Hitler’s inner circle.

They present the occult thinking strongly influencing Hitler and his men, who, for instance, believed that people live in the center core of “hollow” earth––rather than on its rim.  They further “saw,” through supernatural communication with the spirit world, giant spiritual beings said to be on earth’s outer edge.

These beings supposedly gave the Third Reich such things as: space rockets, atomic bomb blue prints, superior war tanks, public speaking and other mesmerism to enchant an entire nation, mysticism of the swastika, assertions that cold “Eternal Ice” atmospheres give Nordic people superior bodies and intellect of the Aryan race, and other “scientific discoveries” espoused by the Nazis during World War II.

Nazism is said to be based on occult thinking of the secret Vril and Thule Societies.  Some accounts of the Vril Society claim that it was started by a group of female psychics.  Others claim that the original party was three men and one woman.  She was the mystical medium through whom they obtained the power of the “black sun.” In contrast, Madame Blavatsky’s theosophy is also said to have contributed to the origins of the Nazi movement.

According to echoesofenoch.com, “Members of the Vril Society are said to have included Adolf Hitler, Alfred Rosenberg, Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Göring, and Hitler’s personal physician, Dr. Theodor Morell.” They supposedly were also members of the Thule Society, which morphed into the Nazi Party.

However, since membership rolls and meetings were always held in secret, there is no proven historical basis to support such claims.  History is variously defined as that which is openly known and recorded.  Thus, none of the studies of Hitler’s mysterious, and rather unexplainable and unknown origin, can be described as Christian.  Rather, they are best seen as “books on antichrist.”

Anti-Christ because those Germans who blindly worshipped Hitler were in fact following a religion, one that drew upon and mimicked the nation’s historical Lutheran Protestant faith in order to seduce the nation (see Saint Jude, Chapter 1).  In future blogs we will see how these unseen forces worked in Germany and other nations as well to perpetrate World War II, and how these forces will likewise align themselves in this new century for the rapidly approaching World War III.

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