posted on Jun, 23 2015 @ 04:11 AM
Given their interest in the occult, I'd say it's highly likely. Given their lust for power, it's highly possible they dabbled in Goetic summoning,
which may have lead to their interest in Tibet.
I've heard a few claims over the internet that the Nazis were Satanists. This is absolutely ridiculous. For instance, Goetic summoning does NOT equate
to Satanism. Traditional methods of Goetic workings involve the evocation of angels in order to control the demonic entities. I'm thinking here of
that nasty yet sadly influential little cult known as "Joy of Satan", a neo-nazi Satanic organisation which would have its members believe that the
original Nazis were devout worshippers of Satan. Absolutely untrue.
There is simply no definitive evidence that the Nazis actually practiced magic and various occult workings. All we can do is speculate.
However, a lot of things suggest that they had an interest in esoteric practices, and certainly researched it. Part of this may have stemmed from the
Judaic origins of a lot of Western magical rites, and they were wary of Jewish mystic retaliation, and so wanted to ensure they were well defended
against any perceived magical threats based on Jewish mysticism, and turned to the East for answers. Just speculating. There are a lot of possible
reasons for their interest in the occult.