Helena Blavatsky predicts Europe Catastrophe, World War and Adolf Hitler
HELENA BLAVATSKY SPEAKING ON FREDERICK III OF PRUSSIA PREDICTS CATASTROPHE FOR EUROPE BEFORE DEATH, FIRST AND SECOND WORLD WAR
“In the prognostication of such future events, at any, all foretold on the authority of cyclic recurrences, there is no psychic phenomenon involved. It is neither prevision, nor prophecy; no more than is the signaling of a comet or star, several years before its appearance. It is simply knowledge and mathematically correct computations which enable the Wise Men of the East to foretell, for instance, that England is on the eve of such another catastrophe; France, nearing such a point of her cycle, and Europe in general threatened with, or rather, on the eve of, a cataclysm, which her own cycle of racial karma has led her to.”
FREDERICK WILHELM III DIED JUNE 7TH, 1840 AND “KARMIC VISIONS” WAS PUBLISHED IN JULY OF 1888. ADOLF HITLER WAS CONCEIVED IN APRIL 1889, A YEAR LATER AFTER KARMIC VISIONS. HELENA BLAVATSKY FORSEES THE RISE OF A POWERFUL RULER
The ship was making her way steadily through small waves which slapped her and then fizzled like effervescing water, leaving a little border of bubbles and foam on either side. The colourless October sky above was thinly clouded as if by the trail of wood-fire smoke, and the air was wonderfully salt and brisk. Indeed it was too cold to stand still. Mrs. Ambrose drew her arm within her husband’s, and as they moved off it could be seen from the way in which her sloping cheek turned up to his that she had something private to communicate.—“Karmic Visions” was published in the British Theosophical magazine “Lucifer” in June 1888.
“If you could foresee what I foresee, you would begin heart and soul to spread the teaching of universal brotherhood.” “It is the only safeguard!” Blavatsky told an interviewer towards the end of her life.
“At the time the story was written there had been no major wars in Europe for two decades, and this peace would continue for another twenty-five years. European observers were encouraged to predict a millennium of peace, prosperity, and scientific progress. It is in this setting that HPB’s story foretells the onslaught of World War I and the time period subsequent, when armies would have weapons to destroy millions of people instantaneously.”
— SYLVIA CRANSTON, HPB: THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE AND INFLUENCE OF HELENA BLAVATSKY