Monday, August 31, 2020

Was Hitler Possessed?

Was Adolf Hitler possessed? The famous exorcist Fr. Gabriel Amorth certainly thought so. "If one thinks of what was committed by people like Stalin or Hitler, certainly they were possessed by the devil," Amorth told Vatican Radio in 2006, "This is seen in their actions, in their behavior and in the horrors they committed."

No doubt, by their fruits ye shall know them, but is there a smoking occult gun linking the Fuhrer to the world of evil spirits? There might well be. The DAP (German Workers Party) which Hitler took over and transformed into the NSDAP (National Socialist Workers Party) was founded and sponsored by the Thule Society. What did they believe?


The society's members were ariosophists, hermeticist ritual magicians who believed that an advanced and superior race of Aryans with psychic power had once existed in Thule, the mythical homeland of the Tuetons. This race would once again rise and rule under the impetus of a Leader, at least according to the seer dramatist Deitrich Ekhart.

After World War I, Hitler fell under the influence Eckhart in Munich and the mystic was suitably impressed, “There is the coming man of Germany of whom the world one day will speak.” Again, as Eckhart was dying before the future Fuhrer's rise to power, “Follow Hitler. He will dance, but it is I who have written the music. Don’t mourn for me: I shall have had more influence on the course of history than any other German.” And influence he had, Hitler dedicated Mein Kampf to his mentor.


So yes, Hitler certainly had ties to an occult, pagan organization, as did many of the early Beer Hall Putsch Nazis. Rudolf Hess, Heinrich Himmler, Hans Frank, Goering and others, all Thulists or friends. 

Granted, Hitler soon expunged Thule from the Party they set up and he took over, but is it going too far to suggest that the spirit of the thing, literally, continued and grew in strength, not least in the leader of the doomed Reich, who brought down the world in flames and shot himself in a bunker as Russian shells fell on his position.

Some believe they've captured the voice of Hitler from beyond the grave via EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena). In one short recording, which Google seems to have removed, the "coming one" describes his time as, "We were living in a bad compote."

Living in a bad compote. Reflect, gentle readers, there's something very hellish in that.

God bless,



Ed Bonderenka said...

Possessed or influenced.
He literally sold his soul.

LSP said...

It seems he did, Ed.

There's a mystery of iniquity.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

In Hell, does he sit at Satan's right hand?

LL said...

When I began to read this blog post, I played this: (Wagner - Das Rheingold)

It made the experience more profound.

Hitler followed in the path of so many and in the end it didn't lead to Valhalla, but to the hot place. Hillary will be his valentine.

Anonymous said...

And did that influence end? Look at almost all the attendees at Davos (for decades) and if you can find more than a handful (and then usually ‘guests’ being ‘sounded out’ or powers who simply cannot be excluded – like a certain DJT) who ‘don’t’ follow the same belief system (in their actions rather than claims) it would be a bona fide miracle.

For an example look at The UK's Blair. Being brought up in Durham, I (didn’t ‘know’, but) knew ‘of’ him at both Chorister, Fettes and later at Oxford. He was a real world example of the typical current movie meme of the ‘angsty, goth teenager experimenting/playing with the occult’. His ‘supposed’ Christian faith was that of Thompson and his radical ‘political’ Christianity, and even then I believe a political charade merely to increase his electability.

(Look to Gates and his openly ‘inverted cross’ wearing wife).

The number of people who, whilst not openly admitting they are Satanists, act in a manner that is indistinguishable from if they were (if it looks like a duck, walks and quacks like a duck …), are legion (and isn’t that just so appropriate?).

By intent and inclination I am not a collectivist. I, attempt, to judge individuals … er, individually. But the staggering numbers I’ve met, whether atheist, lapsed and even (professed) Christians whose acts/behaviour is indistinguishable from that of an avowed Satanist is shocking.

“The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist” - Charles Baudelaire (although most remember it from Verbal Kint, the Usual Suspects, and isn’t that fact … depressing).

Whilst, I suspect many, with the attacks on and undermining of Christianity, are simply initially attracted to the ‘different’ (see ‘The Way of Mrs Cosmopolite’ Pratchett) and end up ensnared, those in power do so knowingly.

If you can see what I’ve seen (the corruption, savagery, barbarity) and not believe he is loosed upon the earth, then you’re either blind, naive or … a duck.

LSP said...

That's a good question, WSF, and for some reason I thought of Hillary.

LSP said...

LL, didn't AH say that a person couldn't understand National Scocialism without understanding Wagner? Something like that.

Hillary as Valentine. Now I feel sick.

LSP said...

Anon, a friend once said that Blair was possessed by a Margarine Demon. Well he had a point.

And we have to ask, how many powerful people are ritual occultists? I'd wager more than a few and some, as you point out, aren't even bothering to hide, much.

Remember Spirit Cooking?

Kid said...

Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, all the rest and many names we have never heard, some who might live next door. Absolutely Satan is riding high lately.