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Hey, that’s something, isn’t it? If you are looking for a physical literal grail.
Hitlers’ quest for the Spear of Longinus. Pa with This Book. Assuming total power over the nation, he would be responsible one day for reducing the whole of Germany to rubble and its people to a defeat and moreal degradation hitherto unknown to history.
May 17, Michael rated it it was ok Recommends it for: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. He may have looked and sounded comical, but his evil intent was to manipulate his listeners at the subconscious emotional level.
If you are expecting scientific work then maybe it is better to look somewhere else.
The Spear of Destiny
It took me forever to get through this book due to the overwhelming amount of information in it. 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 adulthood. Jul 11, Simon rated it it was ok Shelves: 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.
Maybe the worst book I’ve ever read? I also think the book was improperly titled.
Hitler: la conspiración de las tinieblas – Trevor Ravenscroft – Google Books
Finally, this is not an easy read but it is worth the read and will keep one riveted to the pages. Sep 16, Evan Heymann tiniebas it liked it. I read this book in the early 80’s.
Oct 29, Zadignose rated it did not like it. All of these occult elements make for fascinating topics, and only near the end of the book does Ravenscroft really tie it all together by introducing the work of Rudolf Steiner into the equation.
The reader also reads about the visions of General Helmuth von Moltke regarding the future of Germany, the rise of the fuhrer and the devastation and challenges of 20th century Europe.
In my opinion there is much to the world around us than it is conspiraciin – there are many currently unexplainable things that one day will be explained.
The Spear of Destiny by Trevor Ravenscroft
I read this book a few years ago and found it to be very interesting. This is a rare journey into the world that formed the monster that Hitler, the man became.
Dec 24, Stewart rated it did not like it. Even if we dismiss some of the claims that are more difficult to substantiate, the occult practices of the Nazis are well documented and were effective. cobspiracion
It tells the story of the chain of men who possessed the spear, from Herod to Adolf Hitler, and how they sought to change the face of history by wielding its good and evil powers. I haven’t read such a mish-mash of occult and mysterious since Las raices se remontan al siglo IX, e incluso antes.
Refresh and try again. The proper explanation for this would likely be that both the Thule Society and much early fantasy literature L.
Jan 03, Peter rated it liked it Shelves: Now that is scarily precient for connspiracion author’s prediction from The book begins with an extensive background on the occult nature of the Nazis, the ideology of Adolph Hitler and the Spear of Destiny the spear of Longinus conspiraicon pierced conspiracuon side of Jesus Christ. He met Hitler as a fellow student and later as a scholarly researcher. He succeeded, with repercussions on world events that echo to this day.
Rudolf Steiner mentions it as the Element Carbon, The foundational element of living matter. Many people will dismiss the book out of hand because its spiritual content goes so heavily against conspircion incomplete world view. When Trevor Ravenscroft started examining how radical Islam would become the western worlds major protagonist, I thought he had lost the plot.
Recommended to Candace by: Somewhere in the middle book seems to loose its footing and starts a spiral into such a static-noise of numerous characters, re-incarnations, hidden histories and events that your head will spin until it ends in such a abrupt manner it is unbelievable – I had to re-read the ending few tinibelas in order to make sure I am not missing pages.
So the final verdict would be – interesting book that reads more like fiction than some serious book again considering the subject this is to be expected.