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And that’s probably enough pontificating about a book that I don’t even remember from several decades ago. Hitlers’ quest for the Spear of Longinus. Second I should point out the the tiinieblas of research” advocated in the book is essentially to “get high” and then “dream around” until the “researcher” uncovers the “true history” of a subject.
The Spear of Destiny by Trevor Ravenscroft
I seem to remember the closest thing anybody ever came across showing Hitler being involved in the occult was he subscribed to a Thule Society newsletter in his early adulth Book that claims Hitler was a satan worshipper who acquired a magic spear that was used to pierce Christ when he was crucified and later possessed by other historical figures. The author also relays personal accounts who saw the madness and evil take control of Hitler as he pursued ultimate power through the spear and his dark destiny.
I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Trevor Ravenscroft RIP was a Rosicrucian who certainly seemed inspired or maybe just party to inate secrets when he wrote these books. The beginning phases are intoxicating, however in the sense of a novel, which I don’t believe to be the objective of the author.
He may have looked and sounded comical, but his evil intent was to manipulate his listeners at the subconscious emotional level. As far out as the premise is you would think that at the least Spear of Destiny would be somewhat entertaining, maybe in the vain of something like one of those wacky right wing Christian books that claims world elites are shapeshifting Satan worshippers, but Spear of Destiny actually manages to be boring on top of everything else.
It also goes into detail about the lives of other key people around Hitler.
The Spear of Destiny
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The only erroneous point was the portrayal of Aleister Crowley purely as an evil magician, which is a dated, last century view, very far from the truth.
This is a good one. Yes there were people heavily involved in the occult at hjtler highest levels of the Nazi party but as I said before there is absolutely no evidence that Hitler was, and in fact there’s quite a bit that proves the opposite.
If you like the occult.
Hitler: la conspiración de las tinieblas – Trevor Ravenscroft – Google Books
At one point, he confuses Baldur von Schirach with Constantine von Neurath. Lists with This Book. This book blew my mind.
There is absolutely no evidence that Hitler was a Satanist conspirxcion any other type of practicing occultist. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Mar 04, Don rated it really liked it.
I’m not sure if I am horrified or delighted by the fact that this man believed the fantasies he expounds within the book’s pages. Paperbackpages. When you look into this this is same story as ever – from ancient Greece laa legends of Arthur and why not: Adolf Hitler and Henrich Himmler are dealt with in depth and shown to very esoterically driven.
Jun 28, Stephan Friedman rated it it was amazing. There is nothing objective about this book. Absolutely loved this book. Now that is scarily precient for a author’s prediction from One of Hitler’s most consequential abilities was his skill in using the energy of consciousness while he was speaking.
Does the introduction of bizarre supernatural mythology make Nazis more scary? It does not help either that there aren’t that many source references in general, with much of Stein’s stories about Hitler being difficult to corroborate and the Hitler biography most used here is Hermann Rauschning’s which is generally considered one of the least reliable.
Its tinieblsa saying that because somebody read a few books about UFO’s then you should assume they were abducted by aliens. His final mentor, Karl Haushofer influenced his Aryan superiority legacy beliefs though his book, The Secret Doctrine.