Thursday, November 1, 2018

The Occult History of the Third Reich

The documentary contains mainly black and white as well as some color archival footage, with narration explaining the influences of alternative belief systems (occult, paganism, mysticism, etc.) on the Nazi ideology and Hitler's personal philosophy. It also documents the history and development of ideas and symbols and of the eugenics movement. In the early 20th century, the young Adolf Hitler was just one of many German-speaking people attracted by a new Germanic mythology that combined ancient legends and esoteric cosmologies with cutting-edge theories of genetic science. In the hands of the Nazis, the result was a new ideology that saw racial purity as the key to human destiny. This was a belief-system of arcane rituals and potent symbols, with the ancient swastika appropriated for the Nazi cause. By the time of the Third Reich, Hitler and the Nazis had evolved an entirely new faith, complete with holy book, venerated relics, and a priestly elite in the form of Himmler's SS. It was a religion based on obedience, power, and the cult of the leader, with Hitler himself conceived in Messianic terms.

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During my undergraduate years, and for a time afterward, I observed many elements of this belief system in and around the campus environment -- on bookshelves, in local bookstores, in casual conversations among acquaintances. Without a way of orienting myself, I could not see the connections between these elements and only became increasingly bewildered. Now aware of the connections between the Anglo-American establishment and German aristocracy, it all makes much more sense. Here is an investigation into the postwar continuance of this world-view, and how it immigrated to Canada:

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Julius Evola

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