The Belief in the Godly-Essence of the Teuton in the German Mythos of the Blood

The German Mythos of the Blood IN NATIONAL SOCIALISM AND GERMAN OCCULTISM “Blood is a Very Special Fluid” FAUST, ACT I, SCENE 4. The Aryan racial view that entered Fascism does not derive from Theosophy, but from German Ariosophy. It is also a concept in fact, not originally integrated into Fascism, as it is in Continue reading The Belief in the Godly-Essence of the Teuton in the German Mythos of the Blood

Himmler’s Witches Library and Eric Kurlander talks Hitler’s Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich

Last year’s Hallows’ Eve special program, “Hitler’s Monsters” explored occult ideas, esoteric sciences, and pagan religions touted by Nazi Germany in the service of power. “The Nazi fascination with the occult is legendary, and in reality the supernatural was an essential part of the Nazi project. The regime enlisted astrology and the paranormal, paganism, Indo-Aryan mythology, Continue reading Himmler’s Witches Library and Eric Kurlander talks Hitler’s Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich

Adolf Hitler’s Religion and Ideological Influences in National Socialism

COMMENTARY ON HITLER’S RELIGION BY CULTURED-THUG AND NINETEENTH-CENTURY THEOSOPHY VS. ARIOSOPHY Theosophy teaches a pre-classical belief in a divine potential in the constitution of man’s being and its correlations to forces in nature. Man is, in the Occult Philosophy a power, not just a mere animal. It is a philosophy of compassion, of the Bodhisattva Path, and Continue reading Adolf Hitler’s Religion and Ideological Influences in National Socialism

National Socialism and Christianity: Bavarian Political Police Report on Hitler Speech in Augsburg

Was Adolf Hitler merely pandering to German Christians as an act of demagoguery? A Bavarian Political Police Report on Hitler Speech in Augsburg, 6 July 1923, explains a different point-of-view about National Socialism. Adolf Hitler himself stated that National Socialism is a racialist (or volkic) doctrine., but contradicted this, describing National Socialism as a Christian movement. The Continue reading National Socialism and Christianity: Bavarian Political Police Report on Hitler Speech in Augsburg