Architects of Deception Part XIX
Who was Hitler?
Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 at 6.30 p. m. in Branau am Inn in Austria. According to his horoscope, he was to become a man of action, who would expose himself to personal danger due to needlessly careless initiatives, and would be likely to cause a crisis. The positions of the planets indicated that his fate was to be a leader. His horoscope clearly indicated that he had a great gift as a speaker.
It has been stated that Hitler's paternal grandfather was Jewish, but there is no evidence either for or against this claim. His grandmother, Anna Schicklgruber, was a peasant woman who gave birth to a son, Alois. The identity of his father has never been established. Two brothers have been pointed out, one a farmer and the other a miller, as well as a Jew named Frankenberger from Graz. Anna Schicklgruber was working for this Jew when she became pregnant, and he paid allowance for Alois until he was 14. Alois later became the father of Adolf Hitler. There is strong evidence that Hitler's grandfather was Jewish, rather than the miller Johann Georg Hiedler. A relative of Adolf' s mother, Johann Salomon, was Jewish. Hitler's biographer Konrad Heiden mentions this.
According to the Jewish physician Kurt Kreuger, Hitler's godfather was a Jew, named Prinz. He claims that Hitler's real father was a Jew living in the vicinity (Kurt Kreuger, "I was Hitler's Doctor", New York, 1953).
Anti-Nazi propaganda has claimed that Hitler had apparently never read a book. In fact, he was well read. In Vienna, he preferred to starve, rather than forego buying an essential book. He also borrowed large numbers of books. He usually read a book a day, above all books on German history and mythology (William L. Shirer, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich"). But he also read books on Marxism, eastern magic, yoga, hypnotism, astrology, religion, occultism, Talmudism, numerology, graphology, psycho kinetics, black magic, alchemic symbolism... He read works by Hegel, Homer, Ovid, Cicero, Nietzsche, Schelling, Dante, Schiller and others. He stored everything essential in his prodigious memory. His knowledge included mechanics and biology as well. Although self-taught, he had a more thorough knowledge than most mediocre academics holding degrees.
The Estonian freemason Gunnar Aarma, who interviewed Hitler on 30 September 1930, reported on 30 August 1994 in the newspaper Eesti Elu that Hitler gave "a very good impression". According to Aarma, he was an intelligent man.
The freemasons judged Hitler to be a suitable man to bet on as the loser in a major war.
Hitler was also involved in communist-style plunder and embezzlement. According to Gestapo Chief Heinrich Muller, Hitler had 188 457 322 Swiss franks in his personal Swiss account at the end of the war. The code for the account was "Wolf" (Gregory Douglas, "Geheimakte Gestapo Muller: Dokumente und Zeugnisse aus den US Geheimarchiven", Berg am Stamberger See, 1996, Vol. 2, p. 258). This may explain why in 1939 alone, Hitler was able to afford 264 exclusive works of art.
The CIA hired Muller in 1948. He worked for the CIA in Washington, D. C. until his death in 1963 (Spotlight, 3-10 January 2000, p. 2). Muller had left most of the German masonic lodges alone, which is why he was spared. Moreover, the CIA needed his knowledge of the communists. Miiller and other Gestapo leaders also helped to transform the OSS (Office of Strategic Services) into the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency).
Hitler was far too vigorous and independent, and he was beginning to deviate from the masonic doctrine. His health problems were therefore used as an excuse to drug him. He had constant problems with his digestion, including flatulence and constipation, which indicates a lack of vitamin B. He was unable to digest his food properly. But instead of giving him vitamins and minerals, he was given large doses of chemicals, which completely ruined his health. This fact was known by American intelligence service, according to reports that are now available.
Hitler's Jewish doctor Theodore Morell, professor of psychiatry and a member of the Thule Society, was able to put Hitler into the condition required by the financiers of national socialism. Hitler was given up to 20 belladonna and strychnine tablets per day. Every doctor is aware of the effects of belladonna. It aggravates the digestive problems, rather than alleviates them. Belladonna causes paralysis of the central nervous system and the inner organs such as the stomach, inhibiting secretion in the digestive tract and the mucous membranes. Belladonna also has a negative effect on the brain. The higher the intelligence, the more harmful it is. The patient's sensitivity deteriorates, he becomes manic and prone to hysterical outbursts of anger. Belladonna also affects vision and hearing, may cause rapid speech, vertigo and rabies-like symptoms. It causes paralysis of the spinal marrow and the stomach muscles. The digestive process is halted, and the patient becomes choleric.
Strychnine is also a poison, which causes cramps, amnesia and headaches, and causes difficulties in holding up the head and in the ability to walk.
On top of this, Hitler was given atropine, which causes exaltation and disorientation. He had hallucinations, palpitations of the heart and aggravated constipation. The facts were revealed by the American neurosurgeon Bert Edward Park in his book "The Impact of Illness on World Leaders" (1986). It is therefore not true that Morell was an "ignorant, unscrupulous pill doctor" as was later claimed. After the war, Morell told the allies that he had deliberately poisoned Adolf Hitler.
Furthermore, the Fuhrer received large quantities of caffeine, cardiazol, coramine, sympatol, among others a total of 28 medicines and drugs (Hugh Trevor Roper, "The Last Days of Hitler", London, 1947, p. 68). Hitler demanded to be given natural medicines, but these were neutralised by pervitine, a close relative of amphetamine, which began to destroy his brain. He would frequently wake up trembling at night. Because of his insomnia, he became hysterical and afraid of the dark.
Hitler preferred Morell to his other doctors, Professor Karl Brandt and Professor Hans Karl von Hasselbach. Brandt accused Morell of "criminal negligence" as early as 1934 (David Irving, "Hitler's War", London, 1977, p. 713).
Dr Theodore Morell was also a freemason (Hans Werner Woltersdorf, "Die Ideologie der neuen Weltordnung", 1992, p. 110).
The Fuhrer began each day tired, grumpy and out of sorts. After his daily dose of pervitine, he changed completely. His eyes became manic, his speech was rapid and confused and his body trembled. Morell's cures also included large doses of testosterone, the male sex hormone. In 1945, Hitler was taking 92 different chemicals.
President John F. Kennedy also had his brain ruined by amphetamines and steroids. The Jewish doctor Max Jacobson visited the Kennedy family four times a week to administer the injections. As early as the summer of 1961, the Kennedys had developed an amphetamine addiction.
After the attempt on his life on 20 July 1944 Hitler received maximum doses of cocaine for his sinus trouble. Twice a day, he took cocaine solution in the form of nasal spray. At one point he took an overdose, which led to a collapse, unconsciousness and an epileptic fit. Cocaine causes depression and loss of energy and appetite, and affects the heart. Normal sleep becomes impossible. The effects include faintness, dizziness, heart palpitations, impaired sense of smell, headaches and incurable insomnia. The brain ceases to function properly and one is reduced to a zombie, a suitable tool for evil powers. Cocaine causes permanent damage to the nerve cells.
Drugs, above all opiates such as morphine and heroin, destroy the nerve cells in the brain's basal ganglia, causing Parkinson-like symptoms. Hitler had Parkinson's disease as early as the mid-1930s. The disease caused deterioration from 1940, and he began to disintegrate mentally.
Hitler became bizarre and irrational. His notorious neurotic outbursts came more and more often, whenever he was contradicted. They seemed to function as discharges or withdrawal symptoms in his intoxicated nervous system.
In his book "The Impact of Illness on World Leaders", Edward Park assumed that Hitler was suffering from a primary brain disorder, a type of temporal lobe epilepsy.
In fact, he must have been in remarkably strong good health to be able to withstand attacks from such large quantities of chemicals. They are partly responsible for the criminal decisions made by Hitler under the influence of these awful drugs and toxins.
If one can no longer control one's brain, there are other forces willing to do so, and they are as a rule anything but benevolent.
The German historian Anton Joachimsthaler discovered that Hitler had ordered the execution of Eva Braun's lover Hermann Fegelein, a liaison officer between Hitler and the Waffen SS. Fegelein became engaged to Eva Braun's sister during the course of the affair. Hitler found out about his cheating when one day Fegelein telephoned Eva Braun, asking her to run away with him. Joachimsthaler had access to letters from Hitler's private secretary and from a close friend of Eva Braun.
Hitler eventually became physically a broken man. He did not want to take the consequences of his actions, and on the evening of 30 April 1945 he committed suicide or this is what we are told. The night after this day is Walpurgis Night, when the dark forces hold their celebration. Hitler's body was never found, according to Anton Joachimsthaler ("The End of Hitler", Munich, 1998). The artillery explosions had completely destroyed the area. There was nothing left of Hitler's body, even though it may have been there. The communists falsified all photographs and so-called evidence. The records of the post mortem, which were made available in 1992, were also forged.
The fact that Hitler was allowed to stay in power as long as he did, in spite of being unbalanced, sick and therefore dangerous, is evidence that as a weakened and confused leader, he was very useful to the masonic leaders. Had this not been the case, he would have been toppled at once.
British RAF even planned to kidnap Hitler with the help of his pilot Hans Baur, as confirmed by a number of documents in the national archives in London. The file was declassified in 1972. Apparently, Baur was prepared to fly to Britain with Hitler. There is no explanation in the documents as to why the kidnapping never took place.
Another theory, put forward by the Gestapo Chief Heinrich Miiller, among others, says that Hitler managed to escape from Germany.
The reason that Hitler's body was never found was that his and Eva Braun's bodies had been burnt, and the ashes transported as a relic by a submarine to a German base in the Antarctic. Previously, incorrect information about Hitler's alleged escape was deliberately circulated. Later, several German officers, who at the time were in the navy, and who subsequently moved to the United Sates, contacted the Russian historian Valentin Prusakov, who had written about Hitler. He published their story in "Hitler's Remains" (Moscow, 1994).
The Washington Post found it easy to choose Hitler as the most evil person of the century: "There is no alternative. Adolf Hitler was the most evil." (1 January 1996). Still, Hitler remains a minor hooligan compared to Lenin or Stalin, the worst of them all.
The Magic of the National Socialists
National socialist ideology is founded on many of the ideals advocated by the masonic lodge Germanenorden and the mystic Thule Society. The Germanenorden (founded in 1912 in Leipzig) was the origin of the Hammer League. The order soon had up to 100 lodges, under the leadership of Herman Paul. The Germanenorden was dissolved in 1916 and reorganized by Philip Stauff in 1918. The freemason Rudolf von Sebottendorf was a member of one of the splinter groups, the Germanenorden Walvater. His real name was Adam Alfred Rudolf Glauer. He became master of the lodge in 1918. In the autumn of 1919, the order had 1500 members, among them Hermann Goring. The order's main lodge, which was located in Munich, was renamed the Thule Society, under the leadership of the astrologer "Baron" Rudolf von Sebottendorf. The members worshipped the lost continent of Thule.
Sebottendorf was above all a Sufi expert. He believed that the esoteric tradition of Islam, particularly sufism, was the purest stream of Ancient Wisdom and that it had nourished European occultism through the Rosicrucians, alchemists and the authentic freemasons of the Middle Ages (Wulf Schwartzwaller, "The Unknown Hitler", Berkeley Books, 1990). In 1917, he had returned to Germany from Turkey where he had become acquainted with a Jewish family called Termudi from Saloniki. The father of the family was a member of the masonic lodge The French Memphis Rite. Because of Termudi, Sebottendorf was initiated into the same lodge. He also took over Termudi's occult library (Anton Pervushin, "The Occult Secrets of NKVD and the SS", St. Petersburg, 1999, p. 278). The fact that Sebottendorf was openly a freemason was highly embarrassing to the Nazis, who did everything they could to hide their movement's masonic origins.
In 1919, the Thule Society took as its symbol a male swastika with its arms turned to the right and with curved lines, revolving counter-clockwise (power poured from the centre, out through the cross ends). The female sauwastika is a mirror image of the male. Power is sucked in to the centre from the ends. The female cross also rotates counter-clockwise, like Mother Earth, to gather power. A one-sided explosive principle, after generating power, leads to exhaustion. The male swastika is magically robust, while the female sauwastika is highly sensitive and very energy consuming. Both rotate in the same direction, as dowsing will confirm.
The aim of the Thule Society was to fight against the primitive German Marxism, which encouraged envy. The leaders of the society, among them the journalist and occultist Dietrich Eckardt, began by founding a political worker's club for the dissemination of ideas on racial biology. On 5 January 1919, the German Workers Union (Deutscher Arbeiterverein) was founded. The Thule Society newspaper Munchner Beobachter became the party paper, the Volkischer Beobachter.
This is the explanation behind the prominent Nazi interest in magic phenomena and astrology. Among the members of the magic Thule Society were judges, police chiefs, lawyers, teachers, professors, industrial leaders, doctors, scientists and very rich people. The chief of police in Munich, Ernst Pohner, and his deputy Wilhelm Frick and the Bavarian Minister of Justice Franz Gurtner, were members. Frick became minister of internal affairs in the Third Reich. The lawyer Hans Frank, who later became Hitler's minister of justice, Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Hess, Alfred Rosenberg and the magician Hans Horbiger were also members.
Rudolf Steiner was also grand master of Mystica AEterna, which belonged to the Memphis Misraim Rite. This lodge was open to both male and female members. Steiner later fell out with Hitler. In 1909, Steiner began to have close contact with his masonic brother Lenin in Zurich. In a report written by the American agent Norman Armond on 2 April 1923, it is seen how Steiner protected the interests of the Soviet regime. He worked actively to make the Western nations officially lift their trade embargo against the Soviet Union. In this way Steiner was working for the Illuminati.
As an agent for the military intelligence, Hitler attended a general meeting of the German Workers Party on 12 September 1919. After his first personal meeting with Hitler, Dietrich Eckardt immediately realized that he had found the man predicted by the Thule Society. Through spiritualist sessions he had received detailed information about the future leader of Germany. Through Eckart, Hitler came into contact with the Thule Society.
Eckart was a prominent occultist initiated into the art of black magic by Aleister Crowley (actually Edward Alexander Crowley, 1875- 1947) in a magic colony, the Abbey of Thelema, founded by Crowley in 1920 in Cefalu, Sicily. Crowley initiated several others occultists of Hitler's close associates in the secrets of magic. Crowley worshipped Baphomet. All members of the colony were punished, if they forgot to avoid the first person in their speech.
Following the death allegedly of food poisoning of one of the colony's members, Raoul Loveday in 1923, the British press began to publish articles about Crowley's magic orgies. The members of the colony had sacrificed a cat and consumed its blood as a magic rite, shortly before the death of Loveday. The Italian leader Benito Mussolini then forced Crowley to leave the country, as he had practised perverse sexual magic (he had homosexual relations with Victor Neuberg and others) and ritual child abuse. According to several sources, he sacrificed children. Crowley himself stated that he had sacrificed 150 young boys between 1912 and 1928. He also practised drug magic. Crowley encouraged human sacrifice, particularly of children.
At the age of 21, at midnight on 31 December 1896, when he happened to be in Stockholm, Crowley had a mystical experience, which opened up for him a world of magic. Since the early 1900s Crowley was an asthmatic, recommended by his doctors to use heroin, because all opiates have the effect of expanding the bronchial tubes. Crowley's brain was destroyed, however. He should have been given adrenalin instead, which is more effective in expanding the tubes. In Cefalu, Crowley used opium as well as cocaine, cannabis and heroin.
The freemason Karl Kellner founded Ordo Templi Orientis in 1895. After his death in 1905, the leadership was taken over by the newspaper magnate Theodor Reuss. 0T0 claimed to be the heirs of the Knights Templar. The order also began to practise ritual magic orgies (mainly those members who had attained the 9th degree). One of these members was Rudolf Steiner. In 1902, Kellner founded the German section of the Memphis Misraim Rite together with the theosopher Franz Hartmann and the occultist Heinrich Klein.
Crowley became a freemason of the 33rd degree (Scottish Rite) in Mexico City in 1900. He was also a freemason of the 97th degree in the Egyptian Misraim system, which contains 90 common and seven secret degrees. Later, Crowley also worked for the British intelligence service MI5. He died of an overdose of heroin on 1 December 1947. His book "Liber Legis" ("The Book of the Law") revealed many of the secrets of magic.
"Mein Kampf" includes many ideas and thoughts derived from Crowley's "Book of the Law".
In 1912, Crowley came into contact with OTO, and became a member the same year. He took the magic name Baphomet, the deity worshipped by the Knights Templar and the Illuminati. He became the leader of the British lodge Mysteria Mystica Maxima. In 1904 Crowley had begun referring to himself as the Beast 666. When the Grand Master Theodor Reuss died in 1922, Crowley took over the role as grand master of the Ordo Templis Orientis. Many lodges and members left the order in protest. Crowley had, however, managed to take control of the entire organization.
Although he himself had once been a member, Hitler banned the 0T0 in Germany in 1937 (Ken Anderson, "Hitler and the Occult", New York, 1995, p. 125). The 0T0 had used various methods in order to help Hitler to power. In 1907, Crowley had founded his own organization, the Astrum Argentinum (A:. A:.), taking over the degree system of the Golden Dawn, from which Crowley had been excluded.
In the magic Astrum Argentinum (Silver Star) lodge, which resembled a masonic lodge, Crowley taught black magic. He took his 30 members from the Mysteria Mystica Maxima. He appointed himself Master of the Temple (Magister Templi). During the Second World War, Churchill consulted Crowley on issues of magic. After that, he began to use his famous V-sign.
Hitler's first teacher of magic was a short Jewish hunchback, Ernst Pretzsche, who ran an occult bookshop in Vienna. He occasionally gave Hitler food, when he was hungry and pawned his occult books.
Pretzsche had grown up in Mexico City where his father had been an apothecary. He had studied the ritual magic of the Aztecs. After the family had returned to Europe and Ernst Pretzsche had opened his bookshop, he became acquainted with the magician Guido von List, who in his Blood Lodge claimed he could make evil spirits materialize. When this lodge was exposed, it led to a scandal in the German-speaking countries.
Pretzsche told the young Hitler of black magic and disclosed the secret behind astrological and alchemical symbols (Ken Anderson, "Hitler and the Occult", New York, 1995, p. 75).
Pretzsche encouraged Hitler to use mescalin, which is found in the Mexican peyote cactus (Lopophora williamsii) to open his third eye, the centre for clairvoyance in the brain, and thereby get access to the Akasha chronicles, where the real history of the world, all experience and all true knowledge is stored. Von List later became a member of the Thule Society.
Hitler had previously practiced meditation and mind control. By taking peyote (mescaline) Hitler exposed himself to a process he was unable to control. He also discovered his vast psychic abilities. He became a kind of medium without a spiritual centre.
In the Akasha chronicles, Hitler was able to see images from the world's history as well as from his own previous incarnations, all according to the occultist Walter Johannes Stein who on several occasions talked to Hitler about his magical experiences.
Hitler was strongly fascinated by the sacred Longinus lance, which had been an evil talisman used by German warlords. On several occasions, Hitler stood close to the lance in the treasury at the Hofburg in Vienna.
"Baron" Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels was Hitler's companion in Vienna. He published an anti-Semitic periodical, and became Hitler's spiritual guide (Wilhelm Daim, "The Man Who Gave Hitler the Ideas", Vienna, 1958). Lanz was a Jewish extremist, and a homosexual. He went to Switzerland to meet with Lenin, whom he admired.
Another Jewish friend from Hitler's youth was Ignatz Timotheus Trebitsch Lincoln, who helped finance the activities of the young Hitler in Vienna, according to the Jewish historian Dietrich Bronder.
At the front in the First World War, Hitler took extreme risks to prove that fate would not allow him to die. He received the iron cross for exceptional bravery, an award very rarely awarded. As he was an Austrian citizen, he served in the war as a volunteer.
During the war Hitler fathered a son. Hitler and Charlotte Lobjoie met in 1916 in the German-occupied French town of Vavrin. They began a relationship, which lasted for almost two years. The son, Jean Loret, was born on 18 March 1918, only a few months after Corporal Adolf Hitler had left France. Later the same year, Hitler was informed of the birth of his son. In the 1930s, he wished to bring Jean to Germany to educate him, but this never happened. Jean's mother was an alcoholic, who had worked as a stripper in Paris, and Hitler did not want a scandal. But after the Germans had occupied France, he ordered the Gestapo to find his son. Without informing him that he was the Fiihrer's son, the Gestapo was ordered to make arrangements for him. Jean Loret was given a subordinate job in the Gestapo, with a very generous salary, and a private car plus fuel, which was extraordinary for a 23-year old in wartime France.
In 1944, the Gestapo ordered all documents destroyed showing Jean Loret to be a collaborator, in order for him to avoid punishment. Jean Loret did not understand why the Gestapo was so interested in him, but his mother told him the secret on her deathbed.
Towards the end of the 1970s, Jean Loret turned to the historian Verner Maser, who disbelieved him at first but was convinced of the truth of his story after close investigation. He then told the story of Hitler's son in a book. Jean Loret died in 1985. His son, Hitler's grandson Philippe Loret, is not interested in his ancestry. His sister is married to a Jewish professor.
All attempts on Hitler's life failed. Maurice Bavaud, a 22-year old Swiss theology student, made several attempts to shoot Hitler, but failed and was arrested on 9 November 1938, when trying to leave the country by train without a valid ticket.
Hitler was frightened of bad omens. On 13 October 1938, he confiscated the Longinus lance and took it to Nuremberg. On the same day when Hitler is said to have committed suicide (30 April 1945), the lance came into American hands.
For a few months in 1920, Hitler took lessons in astrology from the Jewish astrologer Erik Jan Hanussen (actually Hermann Herschel Steinschneider). Hanussen later became the national clairvoyant and official oracle of the Nazi Party. He became a party member in 1931. Hanussen also acted as Hitler's private clairvoyant. Hitler established a new academy led by Hanussen, who was made an honorary doctor. Joseph Goebbels took private lessons from Hanussen on the art of influencing the masses and in astrology. He became rather good at casting horoscopes. Rudolf Hess was also very interested in magic knowledge.
In March 1933, Hanussen predicted: "Hitler will end as a burning torch." Shortly afterwards Hanussen was murdered, all according to Hanussen's godson, Hans Mayer, who is a journalist.
In September 1939, a few days after the outbreak of the war, the SS employed Karl Ernst Krafft, a famous Swiss astrologer, was able to predict that Hitler's life would be at risk between 7 and 10 November 1939. On 8 November 1939, in the Burgerbraukeller beer hall in Munich, a bomb exploded killing eight and injuring 63 people. Hitler had been there, celebrating with party veterans, but had left the party early in order to catch a train for Berlin. He never received Krafft's warning. Hitler's personal astrologer Berger was a Freemason.
With the exception of Wilhelm Wulff, who worked for Himmler, the astrologers eventually became an embarrassment for the Nazis. Their predictions were most uncomfortable. Things began to go badly for them. Krafft was arrested in June 1941 and taken to the concentration camp at Oranienburg, where he died a few months before the German capitulation. He had recommended Rudolf Hess to fly to Scotland on 10 May 1941 to seek a separate peace treaty. Hess was delayed, and his mission failed. He was thereafter seen as a traitor.
The British historian John Charmley was of the opinion that Britain should have accepted a separate peace with Germany after the fall of France. But there were no plans made for such a peace. And Hitler stuck to his economic policy.
In the autumn of 1940, Winston Churchill had employed the Belgian Jewish astrologer Louis de Wohl, who had escaped from Nazi Germany in 1935, to find out for the British War Office, which advice Hitler's astrologers might be giving him (Jan Bojen Vindheim, "Mysteries of the West", Oslo, 1990, p. 145). De Wohl had predicted that Hitler's death would be violent.
On 10 May 1940, Hitler had successfully attacked Holland and Belgium against the advice of his generals. Hitler's astrologer Krafft had recommended the blitzkrieg, and Hitler himself had predicted the success of the action. He was also able to predict the occupation of the Rhineland.
Operation Barbarossa, on the other hand, was carried out without consulting astrologers, which proved fatal. Hitler had also just been taken ill. He had rejected Stalin's request for a separate peace in July 1941, and in October 1941 (Stalin was prepared to evacuate the government to Siberia on 15 October). Two years later, in 1943, he again rejected Stalin's proposal. Hitler did, however, wish for peace with Britain and the United States. Roosevelt, rejected the German offer of an "honourable surrender" in the spring of 1943. The manipulators wanted the war to go on until the world would more and more come to resemble Solomon's new temple, an unequalled slave and slaughterhouse.
In March 1936, Hitler told his closest circle: "I go wherever Providence takes me, like a somnambulist." It was obvious that someone else was guiding his actions. He often fell to the floor during his outbursts.
Major General, Professor Karl Haushofer, the director of the Munich Institute of Geopolitics, became Hitler's second esoteric mentor, replacing Dietrich Eckardt. Some historians have pointed him out as one of the Illuminati, which has been officially denied (Friedrich Paul Heller and Anton Maergerle, "Thule", Stuttgart, 1995, p. 46). Hess had introduced Haushofer, who was a master of magic and an expert on Oriental culture, to Hitler. In 1919, Karl Haushofer founded in Munich the occult Order of Bruder des Lichts (Brothers of the Light or the Luminous Lodge), which later in Berlin was renamed the Vril Society (which had been named after a book by Edward Bulwer Litton). Haushofer was a student of the Russian magician and metaphysician Georg Gurdjieff. Haushofer was also a member of the Thule Society and the masonic lodge Golden Dawn, which in 1917 was founded in Wien (among members was also Rudolf von Sebottendorf). This lodge was connected to Georg Gurdijeff.
Members of the Vril Society believed that the interior of the Earth was inhabited by a highly advanced civilization (Agharti) that had access to Vril energy. According to Haushofer, Vril energy was the most powerful magic force in the universe, better known as ether energy or prana. With the help of this energy it was possible to overcome gravity. Specially designed flying machines would be able to use this energy to achieve anti-gravity.
Haushofer regularly visited Hitler in Landsberg prison in 1924. He initiated Hitler into the deeper secrets of magic and advanced the idea of 'Lebensraum' (Living Space). It was Haushofer who encouraged Hitler to write "Mein Kampf". Hitler also became a member of the Vril Society.
Haushofer was called the greatest magician in Germany. He became known as the clairvoyant general. On the battlefield during the First World War, he correctly predicted the time of an enemy attack and pointed out the spots that would be hit by enemy shells. He predicted when Paris would be invaded by German troops as well as the German reoccupation of the Rhineland and the correct time of President Roosevelt's death.
A Vril Society with the swastika as its main symbol exists in France today. The leader is Jean Claude Monet.
Haushofer considered Tibet to be the home of the most powerful magicians in the world. He had visited Tibet and had come into contact with the Gelugspa (Yellow Hats Order), which had been founded in 1409 by the Buddhist reformer Tsongkha-pa. Haushofer was initiated in this sect and swore to commit suicide should his mission fail.
Because of Haushofer, Hitler began sending research expeditions to Tibet as early as 1926, in order to gain knowledge of black magic, but his intentions failed.
In the autumn of 1925, Lenin's emissary Nikolai Roerich, a well- known freemason and artist, had travelled to Tibet together with the chekist assassin Yakov Blumkin intending to obtain magical knowledge for the bolsheviks. He failed.
Tibetan Bon magicians joined the Nazi side to help combat international freemasonry. Bon is the oldest religion in Tibet, often seen as the original and primitive religion of Tibet, full of dark rituals and spells. The priests of Bon had a potent reputation with the common people as magicians. The Nazis chose not to tell them about their co-operation with freemasonry, and that the battle against the Illuminati was an illusion.
Buddhist monasteries had warned against the secret, harmful and unnatural activities of the freemasons. This was confirmed by the Estonian Buddhist monk Karl Tonisson. In a booklet, published as early as 1923, he foresaw the Soviet occupation of the Baltic States. After his death in Burma in 1962, he was declared to be a bodhi-sattva (a holy man), since his body did not begin to decompose for several days.
The Nazi leaders had chosen to use Tibetan Bon magic as their model. They believed that Tibet was the original home of the Aryan people. The SS also sent out expeditions to the Andes.
The Tibetan magicians, who practised the original Bon religion, became known as the Society of the Green Men in the Nazi inner circle. Towards the end of the war, on 25 April 1945, in a basement in a Berlin suburb, Soviet soldiers discovered the bodies of six Tibetan lamas who had committed suicide, a practice that was permitted only in the exceptional case of magic secrets falling into the hands of enemies. One of them wore green gloves. Later, more than a thousand bodies of Asian men were found wearing German uniforms, but without the usual insignia of rank. All had committed suicide.
In Konigsberg the Nazis had a laboratory, Konigsberg 13, headed by SS Reichsfiihrer Heinrich Himmler, where various magic methods were studied. The Nazis wanted to use practical magic to combat the alleged enemy - international Jewry -, which also since ancient times practised magic. Himmler was very interested in geomancy, earth energies and ley lines. He believed that the SS headquarters in Wewelsburg had become a power centre (Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln, "The Messianic Legacy", London, 1987, p. 203).
The Soviet security police, NKVD, had a similar laboratory in Moscow where all the leaders were communist Jews. Stalin also had advisers on questions of magic. The Jewish astrologer and telepath Wolf Messing was one of them. In Poland in 1937, Messing managed to predict that 1945 would be a fatal year for Hitler and his regime. At first only the Polish press wrote about Messing's predictions, later it was related by major newspapers worldwide. When the Germans occupied Poland, they tried to find Messing. He was arrested by the Gestapo but managed to escape to the Soviet Union, where in 1940 he predicted that Soviet tanks would occupy Berlin. In 1943, at an appearance at the opera in Novosibirsk, he predicted that the war would end between 1 and 5 April 1945 with defeat for Germany.
On 9 April 1951, LIFE magazine reported that General Eisenhower, the Allied supreme commander, had told Stalin of the American intention to halt the advance at the Elbe, giving the Red Army the honour of being the first to march into Berlin. It was President Truman who prevented Eisenhower from advancing through Germany towards Berlin. After the Red Army occupied Berlin, the allies had to wait for several of months before being allowed to enter the city.
After the war, the Americans left a large number of Wernher von Braun's V2 rockets to the Russians in an underground tunnel in a German mountain. Officially, the rockets had been "accidentally left" there.
Himmler had reorganized the SS as a black-magic Order of Knights (Order of the Silver Star) after the pattern of the Jesuits or even the Illuminati order. The SS had taken over some very special magic rites from the freemasons, but some rituals were taken straight from the Knights Templar. SS members wore carefully designed black uniforms featuring an old magic symbol silver skulls. The symbols were also found on magic rings. This was suggested by Himmler's personal magician, the SS Brigadenfuhrer Karl Maria Wiligut (1866-1946), who was also known under the alias K. M. Weisthor (Nicholas Goodrick Clarke, "The Occult Roots of Nazism", St Petersburg, 1993, p. 197). In 1924-1927, Wiligut had been treated in a mental hospital in Salzburg. The double S, or sun runes, resembled two lightning bolts. The leadership demanded very high standards of its members.
SS officially stood for 'Schutzstaffeln' (guard corps), but the real meaning was Schwarze Sonne - the black sun. Himmler was the grand master. The SS headquarters were at Wewelsburg Castle in Westphalia (north-western Germany), which Himmler bought as a ruin in 1934 and rebuilt the next 11 years at a cost of 13 million marks and turned into a temple for his SS cult.
The central banqueting hall of the castle contained an enormous round table with 13 throne-like chairs to accommodate Himmler and 12 of his closest associates ("apostles") - making, as some occult writers have pointed out, a coven of 13. Beneath this hall was the Hall of the Dead, where stone plinths stood around a stone table. As each member of the inner circle of the SS died, his coat of arms would be burned and, together with his ashes, placed in an urn on one of these plinths for veneration.
Hitler and SS' chief Himmler practised black magic. Himmler's special force, or Death Head Units, practiced elaborate fraternal magic rituals. In his youth in Vienna, Hitler had subscribed to the magic periodical Ostara.
In 1933, the Psychology Professor and occultist Friedrich Hielscher founded the Public Institute for Occult and Cultural Research - Deutsche Ahnenerbe (the German Legacy). The advisers included the Swedish freemason and diplomat Sven Anders Hedin. The Ahnenerbe was headed by Standartenfuhrer Wolfram Sievers. In 1939, the institute became a department of the SS headed by Himmler.
Nazi leaders used a pendulum to locate war ships on charts. Ludvik Straniak managed to locate the battleship Prinz Eugen that was on a secret mission. He was later ordered by the Nazis to find information about enemy troops using the pendulum on land maps.
The resources available to the Ahnenerbe for occult investigation were larger than those available for the Manhattan Project (for the development of the atomic bomb). The Ahnenerbe was later joined to the Vril Society.
The swastika (or fire cross), which in ancient times was a sign of happiness and luck, is the oldest most complex and most widely distributed of all magic symbols. The earliest occurrence is from Sumer (Carl G. Liungman, "Tanketecken", Stockholm, 1993, p. 228).
'Swastika' is a Sanskrit word meaning 'fortune-bringing'. It occurs as a mandala in many Asian cultures. In Europe (from the Mediterranean to northern Norway) it also stood for fertility and rebirth, as in Sumer and ancient Egypt where, however, it was usually replaced by the Osiris or ankh cross, which was a cross with the top shaped as a circle or oval loop. Swastikas have been found carved on old Jewish sarcophagi in Palestine. The sign is also known in Arabic cultures from ancient times. The swastika is a symbol of the highest god, the Sun. In Japan, it represents wealth and a long life. It also became a holy sign of Buddhism and Jainism. Vishnu worshippers use it. The symbol protected the wearer against negative energies among native Americans, who saw it as representing the circle of life. In ancient
Greece it was seen as the crux gammata gammadion, made up of four (gamma). The symbol also emerges when two meander coils are crossed. A cross revolving around its centre symbolizes the eternal movement of the universe. The first Christians also used this symbol as a fire cross. It was found in the catacombs of Rome as a symbol for Christ as the source of power in the world. In Scandinavia, the swastika was known as Thor's hammer.
Muslims regard the swastika as signifying the four principal directions - Chronicler (west), Death (south), Preacher (east), Life (north) as well as the four seasons, ruled by angels.
As previously mentioned, there are two types of swastikas representing male and female, the sun and moon aspects. The fact that the reversed swastika is female is suggested by images of Artemis and Astarte, which show it in the pudenda region. In China the two versions are used to signify the forces of yin and yang (female - male).
The swastika points to the four cardinal points of the zodiac, the four elements and other such of things. In some parts of China, the swastika was used to increase the energy of "female" talismans. It was generally a positive sign, but also the Japanese sign for the magic number 10 000 (100 x 100).
There is s a certain amount of confusion regarding which version of the swastika is the most positively charged. In medieval Japan the sauwastika (manji) was used as a talisman against evil forces. Sauvastika means "blessing". In India, the sauwastika was seen as a symbol of bad luck and suffering. This reversed swastika (sauwastika) blessed the night and glorified death and destruction. It was also the symbol of Kali, the goddess of Death, covering the dark side of life. The sauwastika is depicted in the ballroom at the royal palace of Fontainebleau in France.
Connected swastikas, sometimes referred to as knots of Solomon, symbolize divine unfathomability and infinity.
In connection with the February Coup 1917, the dark powers of freemasonry, which had infiltrated the Russian government preparing the overthrow of the tsardom, began to use a slightly camouflaged masonic swastika on the 250-ruble notes.
The bolshevik leaders decided to use the magic properties of the male swastika. This symbol also occurs in freemasonry, according to the freemason Marcel Valmy ("Die Freimaurer", Cologne, 1998, p. 89).
The first bolshevik symbol thus was the swastika, which was found on Red Army uniforms and on the 250-ruble note until 1922 (Akim Arutyunov, "The Lenin Dossier Unretouched", Moscow, 1999, p. 453). The swastika was also found on the communist notes of a thousand, five thousand, and ten thousand rubles.
In his book "The History of the Russian People in the 1990s", Oleg Platonov wrote: "The primary bolshevist symbol was the swastika, which.... the authorities wished to use as a main element on the national coat of arms." (Vol. I, Moscow 1997, p. 520)
Under this symbol, the Red Army killed nearly 20 million people. It must be stressed that compared to the communist criminals, Hitler and his companions were minor hooligans. Hitler as a child had been influenced by the pagan swastika, which was connected to German history and which occurred in a coat of arms at a monastery in Dambach, where he sang in the boys' choir.
In 1917, the Soviet Union considered using this symbol on the uniforms of its soldiers.
Hitler was, however, impressed by the magnificence of the communist reversed, right-angled swastika, and began using it as the Nazi symbol on 20 May 1920. The dentist Friedrich Krohn of the party leadership (who also was a member of the Germanenorden) had suggested using the sauwastika, which promoted health and would have brought balance and success to the male organization. It occurs in Buddhism as symbolic of Buddha's esoteric teachings, the wheel of life, but Hitler insisted on using the male swastika. In Buddhism the female yin swastika is used for certain purposes to attain spiritual balance. The Thule Society was, however, mainly interested in using the male swastika. It held secret courts and condemned people to death.
But fatally, the swastika did not work in the hands of these evil men. It reduced the aura of the fighting male masses. The Nazi leaders, however, took measures for their own security producing power without gathering power. For the Nazis therefore, this magic symbol functioned as exploitation strength through joy (Kraft durch Freude).
The Nazis, however, saw the swastika as a symbol of national renaissance. In 1935, the Swastika with the original German colours (red, black and white) became the official German flag, which had been removed by the freemasons in 1848.
In the 1 920s, part of the American food industry, which sympathised with the totalitarian tendencies in Europe, began using the swastika on their products (breakfast cereals, Coca Cola, Uncle Sam soda).
When Hitler spoke in public, he had the ability to spellbind his audience like a hypnotist. When the audience made the Roman salute with their right hands, the leader received the energy they sent out with his left hand, a magic gesture.
In July 1926, Hitler was standing in his car at a party convention in Weimar, Thuringen, where he had permission to speak, and as 5000 men marched past him he greeted them for the first time with his right arm outstretched (Alan Bullock, "Hitler: A Study in Tyranny", New York, 1961).
At the First Zionist Congress in Basel in 1897, the Jewish delegates raised their right hands while chanting an old Hebrew psalm: "Nay, if I forget thou, Jerusalem, so may my right hand forget its duty." (Johannes Hagner, "Se, han kommer med skyarna" / "Behold, He cometh with the skies", Stockholm, 1941, p. 48). Assuredly, there was magic power behind this ancient Roman salute.
The Party Days at Nuremberg in 1937 were a splendid splay of ritual magic: fanfares, marches, rhythmic movements, the magic mantra greeting ("Heil und Sieg" was used as "Sieg Heil"; Hess leading the masses in reciting the mantra), handsome uniforms, torchlight processions shaped as swastikas, powerful spotlight beams, and to top it all, Hitler's inflammatory speeches. In ancient Rome, the greeting was "Ave! ". The masonic lodge the Brotherhood of the Golden Dawn saluted "Heil!" (Anton Pervushin, "The Occult Secrets of the SS and the NKVD", St Petersburg, Moscow, 1999, p. 298). The Nazis took over the rituals.
The Nazi Occult Bureau was closed after Hitler's assumption of power. In 1934 all prophetic activities, magic research and esoteric literature was officially banned or declared to be nonsense outside their own inner circle. The Occult Palace in Berlin was closed. The astrologer Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels was prevented from publishing his books, although he was a friend of Hitler's from his youth. Occult knowledge seemed unsuited for the masses. In the Soviet Union, the communists had acted similarly.
The Frenchmen Jacques Bergier and Louis Pauwels reported in their book "The Dawn of the Magicians: The Fantastic Reality" (Kiev 1994) that the Nazis sent expeditions to Tibet until 1943. In that year, Himmler sent Otto Reinz, who had a German father and a mother from Buryatya, a Buddhist area of the Soviet Union. The goal of his journey was the monastery the Ward of Heaven. The Nazis wanted a detailed drawing of the placing of the monastery buildings, since they knew that it was arranged in accordance with the magic mandala principle. Mandala means the uninterrupted energy flow between the centre and its various units, created by the centre. All the buildings placed on the heartshaped spiral were facing north.
Hitler's headquarters, Wolfschauze (a Wolf's fortress) in East Prussia, was planned and built as an almost exact copy of the Tibetan monastery. (Adolf, by the way, means "noble wolf".) Some of the buildings, however, did not correspond to the original Tibetan plan. Otto Reinz considered this a weakening of the system. One of these buildings was a wooden structure where a bomb exploded on 20 July 1944. The Fuhrer's bunker as well as Bormann's house was surrounded by a heart shaped path. The allies never managed to discover this place outside Rastenburg despite their intensive attempts.
Tibet was also the origin of the numerous magically charged camouflage patterns used by the Nazis for their battle uniforms. There were over 400 different patterns. Several of these were adopted by other nations (the Americans, for instance, stole one of the patterns, calling it woodland camouflage). Since the 1980s, the Bundeswehr are using the Waffen-SS camouflage designs for their uniforms, Air Force and combat jumpsuits.
After the Second World War, international freemasonry regarded Tibet as a serious threat to their evil designs. This is the reason why China was used to destroy Tibet, which had access to the secrets of nature. The Chinese communists laid all the monasteries in ruins and killed as many as they could of the most initiated lamas.
During the Nuremberg trials no mention was made of the magic used by the Nazis, since even the victorious masonic regimes of the Soviet Union, Western Europe and the United States used their own black magic methods.
In 1961, "The Secret Book" was printed in Munich, which Hitler is said to have dictated in 1926, but banned from publication. It is doubtful if it really is dictated by him.
Architects of Deception Part XX
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