posted on May, 16 2003 @ 05:13 AM
Hitler's vision of himself as a new Messiah was reinforced by his closest associate, deputy leader of the Nazi party, Rudolf Hess, himself an
astrologer and mystic.
It is well known that Adolph Hitler believed in astrology and conducted many of his campaigns in the second world war according to the stars. Hitler
ordered plans be drawn up for the invasion of Liechtenstein in May of 1941. His astrologer had advised him that "pebbles in the shoe can become
boulders that roll and crush" and that Liechtenstein was key to that prophecy. Immediately, Hitler went to Field-Marshal Keitel and demanded a
"Liechtenstein Solution". Keitel acceeded to the Führer's request, as usual, and deferred the planning to his chief of staff General Jodl, as
usual. Hitler though reputed to have relied on astrologers for advice in fact sent most of them to the concentration camps, including the one closest
to the Third Reich brought in by Hess, Karl Ernst Krafft.
According to Trevor Ravenscroft in "The Spear of Destiny," every year from 1926 to 1942, the Germans sent out parties which contacted Tibetan
initiates, the intention being to gain their psychic help and deep alliance with the devilish forces which rule this world. A Tibetan colony was
established in Germany in 1929, and the monks were known in Germany as "The Society of Green Men," because of their links with the Green Dragon
Society of Japan. In Berlin, Hitler met regularly with the leader of the Tibetan community who was a very gifted and accurate clairvoyant. Himmler
shared Hitler's interest in the occult, and set up the Nazi Occult Bureau. This incorporated into one organisation the Thule group, the Vril Society
and the German branch of OTO (Alister Crowley's magical order).
Operation Tyr: The Invasion of Liechtenstein
The Hidden Origins of Nazism
Wilhwelm T. Wulff's 'Zodiac & Swastika.
How Astrology Guided Hitler's Germany', 1973.
Perrick, Nigel - Hitler's Secret Sciences: Neville Spearman Suffolk. 1981.