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Originally posted by St Udio
If Hitler was possessed, if Hitler willingly went over to the dark powers for strength & support to accomplish his deeds ??Then Why would Hitler cower & tremble at some inner vision of some demonic force or entity??....weren't they all friends, compatriots, allies, in cahoots to conquer the world??
Originally posted by PuRe EnErGy
lots of people in hitlers inner circle reported that he would all of a sudden stare at 'nothingness' and than all of sudden become very agitated and cower and scream and go into convulsions... screaming that he was there...
Hitler was so mentally ill that he thought that 'he' was there and really wasn't.
In the art of soldiering, Hitler was a consummate professional, and this gained him a great amount of respect with his comrades. It took nerves of steel to rush, deliver and return with staff messages in the midst of a heavy barrage. Hitler's survival against suicidal odds gave him a certain mystique in the eyes of his comrades.
In regards to the question of survival and fate (a matter that plagued every protagonists mind), there were two veins of thought. Many believed in luck. Chaos and random factors dictated the chances of living and the chances of dying. Others saw the hand of providence behind almost every major sequence of events.
Hitler, given his personality, became obsessed (obsessed even in the eyes of fellow veterans!) with an idea that he was being preserved by a divine force. Later, as Fuhrer, he would emphasise a number of examples that backed his beliefs. In the first case, Hitler recalled how a mysterious voice had told him to leave a crowded dugout during a minor barrage. Within minutes of walking out into the trenches an incoming shell flattened the bunker killing all of its occupants.
The second and even stranger event occurred either at the beginning or the end of the war (records are confused). Private Henry Tandey, a highly decorated British soldier, was presented with a clear shot of Hitler trying to get back to his lines.
Instead of pulling the trigger, the Englishman let him go - a moment of compassion that perversely sentenced the world to further suffering. Hitler, having seen Tandey lower his rifle, felt that the gods of war had intervened on his behalf and, strange as it may seem, had a picture of his 'saviour' hung on a wall at Berchtesgaden[/exe]
This is from : www.firstworldwar.com...
[edit on 28-10-2006 by D4rk Kn1ght]
Originally posted by D4rk Kn1ght
Ever heard of the Tibetan SS Troopers?
have a search around for 'green gloved Tibetans' during WWII. These soldiers were absolute fanatics and devoted 100% to Hitlers cause...
My Grand Father told me about fighting them in WWII in Italy and Germany, and i never believed him, but apparently they were there after Hilter sent a group to tibet to search for some occult place / person..
What ever the answer, Hitlers was far, far more than a dabble into the occult, more like a 100% soul dive into the lake of despair and corruption.
I'll get some links later, but its a good one to go off and search for yourself, as it poses far more questions than it ever answers!
Originally posted by Valhall
Read The Spear of Destiny by Ravenscroft. Seriously weird stuff surrounding Hitler and his quest to get all the talismans he could.