Saturday, February 22, 2020

Nazism, a Gnostic-Manichean Sect

Catholic gnosticism Nazi eugenics Aryanism Manicheanism paganism history

In 1931 and 1937 Alfred Rosenberg, the theoretician of Nazism who had such a great influence over Adolph Hitler, ordered the scholar Otto Rahn to make a careful study of the ruins of the Castle of Monts├ęgur, the citadel and temple of the Cathars. This castle was the last refuge for the Cathar heresy that contaminated Southern France in the 11th and 12th centuries.

At about the same time, Heinrich Himmler, the supreme commander of the SS, reconstructed the Castle of Wewelsburg, near Paderborn in Westphalia, Germany. In its gothic basement, he placed a black marble altar emblazoned with the silver letters SS. This altar was meant to hold the object that the heads of Nazism were expecting Otto Rahn to find at Monts├ęgur: the mysterious Grail and an ancient stone book that contained the compendium of the Gnostic tradition. In this sinister chapel, the SS, elite troops of the National Socialists, would meditate on the the book of Otto Rahn, Lucifer’s Court in Europe.

These strange facts reveal that, different from what the general public thinks, Hitlerism was not above all a political movement.

Actually, when one studies National Socialism from the perspective of old esoteric doctrines, he finds himself before a true religious sect of the Gnostic-Manichean bent, whose origins are linked to Cathar strongholds in medieval castles of Southern France. Hitler, Hess, Himmler, Rosenberg and other highly placed public figures of Nazism would have been initiated in an esoteric religion that had its hierarchy, temples, rites and dogmas.  (more...)



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