Hitler’s Hidden Relationship with Islam: Basis for World War III, Part 2

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 1:42 AM
November 17, 2012

       In ‘Nazism and The New Age, Hitler and the Occult,’ Hannah Newman   posits: “. . . the original power sources of the National Socialist German Workers Party were Sebottendorff and the Thule Society, which derived from the Bektashi Dervishes in Turkey (see Hitler, l’elu du Dragon).”

Dervishes were Turkish devotees who sought Sufi Muslim ascetic paths of mysticism and extreme austerity.  The Bektashi Dervishes were more stringent than most Turkish Dervishes.  According to Wikipedia, this sect of Dervishes were “banished to staunchly Sunni villages and towns.”

The more mystical Dervishes take vows of poverty, and become common beggars in order to learn humility.  Such debasement supposedly allows deeper access to the spirit world, as does the practice of Sufi whirling, wherein Dervishes dance or whirl their way into ecstasy.  Such was the wing of Islamic mysticism upon which the Thule Society––Hitler’s militant spiritual base––was founded.

Newman points to French writer Jean Robin who argues: ”Sebottendorff’s central idea (or rather, of those who inspired him) was to give a popular movement, still embryonic and veiled by its political structure, the internal coherence of a Prophet with militant followers, forming a sect of devotees comparable with the Ismailian ‘fedayeen’ (Assassins) guided by their spiritual leader, the Old Man of the Mountain.  In other words, the idea was to form a militant Order of initiates, with a military and religious structure.”

Thus, Newman and Robin ascribe to Sebottendorff the Sufi Muslim ideology of Hitler’s occult religious Nazi armies:  mystical spiritual coherence, violent war-prone preferences, and going beyond war to acts of murderous assassination (i.e. the holocaust) all bound together with Hitler as both president and prophet.

When dealing with those immersed in mysticism, occultism, and political intrigue, one finds hard facts to be illusive.  Those intent on joining realms of darkness deliberately confuse reality with fiction and cloud history with lies.

Sebottendorff was one of the most mysterious figures of the 20th century.  Being arrested in Germany twice––first for being a con man and swindler, and second for supposedly betraying fellow Thule Society members to a Communist execution squad––leaves an aura of criminality around him.

And staying for years in a country other than his native home to learn a culture and religion quite different from his strict German upbringing, only to die alone and in poverty, would leave some to question his sanity.

Nonetheless he was prominent among those behind Hitler’s rise to power, and for that participation, history must hold him accountable.  But miscreants like Sebottendorff allow Satanic beings to blind them to coming judgments when all their words, intentions and actions come to light as historical Bible books assure:  “And I saw a great white throne, and Him that sat on it . . . And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God . . . and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works (Revelation 20: 11-12).

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