Hitler’s Hidden Relationship with Islam: Basis for World War III

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 23:49 PM
November 14, 2012

        Sufficient research has not been done on imbedded relationships between Hitler’s Thule Society and Islamic beliefs and governing principles.  This neglect involves Thule founder, Adam Alfred Rudolf Glauer, who spent years in Turkey studying religious/military/political cultures in order to teach Thule members.

A Freemason and believer in astrology, numerology and alchemy, Glauer (a.k.a.Rudolf von Sebottendorf; and Edwin Torre) was born November 9, 1875.  He settled in Turkey in 1900, returning to Germany intermittently. In Germany, he was sentenced as a swindler and forger in 1908; and in 1911 he became an Ottoman citizen.  Two years later, the expatriate Baron Heinrich von Sebottendorff adopted Glauder, giving him the right to use the von Sebottendorff name.

In 1901 Glauer/von Sebottendorff was initiated into the Masonic French Rite of Memphis.  John Yarker, founder of that lodge explains:  “They contain nothing in their teaching but what Mahommedan, Christian, Jew, Buddhist, Brahmin, or Parsee may alike acknowledge.”  Note that Islamic teaching is placed first.

Later, while still in Turkey, von Sebottendorff studied kabbalah and Sufism’s brand of the Bektashi order, which in turn feeds doctrines of  Sunnis and Shria Law today.  Some argue that he converted to Sufi Islam during this time.

In 1916, he settled in Munich, established the Thule Society, and in 1918 he founded the German Workers’ Party.  One year later Adolf Hitler joined that Party and changed it to the Nazi, or national Socialist German Worker’s, Party. During this period, Sebottendorf also founded and owned the Völkischer Beobachter newspaper, which Hitler purchased in 1921 and used as his propaganda tool.

Accused of betraying Thule members to the Bavarian Society Republic which led to their executions, Sebottendorff had to return to Turkey where he wrote several books, including the rewrite of ‘Before Hitler Came: Documents from the Early Days of the National Socialist Movement.’  By the time of his death, possibly by suicide in 1945, von Sebottendorff, the true founder of Nazism, was penniless.

In ‘Nazism and The New Age, Hitler and the Occult,’ Hannah Newman, in greyflacon.us, quotes Sebottendorff:  “No one can accuse me of profanation, nor of sacrilege in uncovering the course of these mysteries. . . It is the means that the communities of dervishes traditionally use in order to acquire special strength by means of unusual techniques.

“They are, for the most part, men who aspire to the highest rite, that from which come those who have been prepared for their missions as spiritual leaders of Islam. . .This high rite is the practical basis of Freemasonry, and it inspired in times past the work of the alchemists and of the Rosicrucians. . . But to reply to the accusation of my being guilty of some kind of treachery: I say to you plainly that this book has been written on the instructions of the leaders of the Order.”

Unless more scholars of Axis and Allies history world war look at the deep relationship between Nazism and Islamic doctrines of ruling, their disciplines do little to warn nations about the coming World War III.

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