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Although, modern science and psychology do not believe that such entities exist, there is small group within their ranks that are beginning to say there exist malevolent forces that can supplant the human personality. There seems to be no other rational explanations for such behavior.
One of the manifestations of evil in the earth-plane is demonic possession of the human consciousness. This is where a malevolent spirit entity supplants the will of the soul and performs its will in the human consciousness. Whatever one’s political or religious belief, one has to understand that there are very powerful and sinister spiritual forces influencing human behavior and human events.
Hitler’s aide Hermann Rauschning in his book Hitler Speaks describes the trance that Hitler entered when he spoke during various political rallies. Hermann describes Hitler as a medium for spirits and said that he was possessed by them. He writes: “One cannot help thinking of him as medium. For most of the time, mediums are ordinary, insignificant people. Suddenly, they are endowed with what seems to be supernatural powers, which sets them apart from the rest of humanity. The medium is possessed. Once the crisis is passed, they fall back again into mediocrity. It was in this way, beyond any doubt, that Hitler was possessed by forces outside of himself - almost demonical forces of which the individual man Hitler was only a temporary vehicle. The mixture of the banal and the supernatural created that insupportable duality of which power was conscious in his presence … It was like looking at a bizarre face whose expression seemed to reflect an unbalanced state of mind coupled with a disquieting impression of hidden powers.
Hermann Rauschning also stated that Hitler told him that he suffered many terrible nightmares and that he would wakeup screaming in terror speaking about spirits. Hitler also told him that he saw a “new man” in his dreams. “He is intrepid and cruel. I was afraid of him.” This “new man” in unrighteousness was the devil’s counterfeit copy of the Messiah, for theApostle Paul said “ Therefore if any man be in Messiah (Christ), he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new (2 Cor 5:17)”
Trevor Ravenscroft’s book Spear of Destiny says the following about the dark forces of Hitler “Rauschning himself knew only too well that Hitler had abandoned himself to forces, which were carrying him away-forces of dark and destructive violence!”
Hitler's goal was to take over half of Czechoslovakia. His excuse was that he wished to liberate the three and a quarter million Germans who lived in Sudetenland. Czechoslovakia began mobilizing for war. Hitler feared that England and France might side with Czechoslovakia and begin a general war. The Czechs defiance put Hitler into a rage. "How dare they accuse Germany of being about to commit aggression." The French and British, however, wanted peace at any price. They sent Edouard Daladier and Nevill Chamberlain to meet the German dictator and offer a deal - they would allow Hitler to take half of Czechoslovakia. Hitler's response? "I have fallen from Heaven". Sound familiar? Hitler, of course, took all of Czechoslovakia.
Stalin’s daughter Svetlana Alliluyeva said that a terrible demon had possession of Stalin. She wrote: “Beria (the Soviet minister of interior) seemed to have had a diabolic link with all our family … Beria was a frightening, wicked demon … A terrible demon had taken possession of my father’s soul.
The Secretary of the Communist International allied himself with Stalin in the struggle with Trotsky and others in the 1920’s after Lenin died wrote the following about Stalin “He is not a man, but a devil.”
Stalin Kaganovitch brother-in-the-law wrote the following in his diary. “I started to understand how Stalin managed to make himself a god. He did not have a single human characteristic … Even when he exhibited some emotions, they did not seem to belong to him …”