Hitler: la conspiración de las tinieblas

Hitler la conspiraci n de las tinieblas Este es un impresionante libro historico del tiempo de Hitler Para darles una probadita les contare un dato interesantisimo La lanza de Longinos la que atraves el costado de Cristo fue utilizada c

  • Title: Hitler: la conspiración de las tinieblas
  • Author: Trevor Ravenscroft
  • ISBN: 8488337957
  • Page: 245
  • Format: None
  • Este es un impresionante libro historico del tiempo de Hitler, Para darles una probadita, les contare un dato interesantisimo La lanza de Longinos, la que atraves el costado de Cristo, fue utilizada como talism n por Hitler, si , fue utilizada nada menos y nada mas que por Hitler, lo que constituy uno de sus m s graves errores Tuvo muchos errores pero este fue uno deEste es un impresionante libro historico del tiempo de Hitler, Para darles una probadita, les contare un dato interesantisimo La lanza de Longinos, la que atraves el costado de Cristo, fue utilizada como talism n por Hitler, si , fue utilizada nada menos y nada mas que por Hitler, lo que constituy uno de sus m s graves errores Tuvo muchos errores pero este fue uno de los mas grandes de este despiadado personaje El nazismo se propuso algo m s que conquistar el mundo Su reinado universal deb a resucitar las fuerzas m s oscuras de los antiguos cultos y entronizar una nueva raza de.Todo fue una conspiraci n de las tinieblas Este libro es quiz la m s apasionante cr nica de la guerra m gica del siglo XX.

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    1. Book that claims Hitler was a satan worshipper who acquired a magic spear that was used to pierce Christ when he was crucified and later possessed by other historical figures. This book is more or less a bunch of made up bs. There is absolutely no evidence that Hitler was a Satanist or any other type of practicing occultist. 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 adulth [...]

    2. Trevor Ravenscroft’s book remains one of the most popular sources for “occult” version of the history of the Third Reich. I can’t really see any reason why. Perhaps it is simply because Weiser printed lots and lots of copies, and they are still unloading them on the public. It certainly isn’t because of making a persuasive argument based on compelling evidence, nor in having a wide appeal in terms of confirming majority views. Ravenscroft is an anthroposophist, which is to say a follow [...]

    3. Eerie explanation of the occult practices of the Nazis along with an introduction to Rudolf Steiner and WJ Stein. Absolutely loved this book. Reads like a history book all the way through. Heavily spiritual. Many people will dismiss the book out of hand because its spiritual content goes so heavily against their incomplete world view.The writing is cogent and sane, if a bit pedantic. The content, originally put together by WJ Stein, was intended to wake people up to the reality of the spiritual. [...]

    4. This book concerns much of the myth and legendry surrounding the Spear which allegedly pierced Jesus Christ's side when he was on the cross, and in particular Adolf Hitler's obsession with it with several asides on Nazi Occultism in general and where it came from.Ironically, the least convincing aspect of the book is Trevor Ravenscroft's main thesis of Hitler being motivated so much by the quest for the Spear of Destiny. His main source here is anecdotal evidence from Walter Johannes Stein, an A [...]

    5. This is a rather dry read, and only recommended for someone who has a deep interest in the occult practices of the upper crust of the Nazi party, and a fair amount of background knowledge of late 19th/early 20th century occult practices. A better introductory book to the topic is Peter Levenda's Unholy Alliance.My main complaint with this book is it's reliance on one major source, Dr. Walter Johannes Stein. There are other source materials cited, but Ravenscroft uses Stein's singular testimony t [...]

    6. I have to give this book 5 stars because I have read it three times, and have always found it profound along with its sequel 'The mark of the Beast'. Trevor Ravenscroft (RIP) was a Rosicrucian who certainly seemed inspired or maybe just party to inate secrets when he wrote these books. This book tells you of a hidden history of occult manipulation and control of power since times of the roman empire. It makes you look at history from a different perspective, and gives you another explanation of [...]

    7. I read this book in the early 80's. so some of my recollections about the book have faded. At the age of 23 it impressed me as sincere and probably true if not in details then in essence if such a thing can be said when mythological/symbolic talisman lore gets mixed with essential meanings and facts. At Nuremberg the occult practices and obsessions of Nazi germany were ignored. The overt horrors of Nazi germany were enough to deal with in such a court. However, that does not negate the fact that [...]

    8. A highly informative, well written book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The author provides plenty of historical references and quotations. Just when you think that the subject is becoming too fantastic, it is backed up with a factual source. The only erroneous point was the portrayal of Aleister Crowley purely as an evil magician, which is a dated, last century view, very far from the truth. All in all, a highly recommended read, perhaps should even be considered one of the classic textbooks on the O [...]

    9. In truth, this book is about Adolf Hitler, his ideology, and his search for the Spear of Destiny. The author begins the book by giving credit to his sources, one who was a close associate of Hitler in his younger years. Walter Johannes Stein was a soldier in the Imperial Austrian Army, a scholar, a man of faith and one who experienced great loss - a brother. He met Hitler as a fellow student and later as a scholarly researcher. The book begins with an extensive background on the occult nature of [...]

    10. In order to explain the otherwise unfathomable rise to power of Adolph Hitler and the Nazis, mainstream historians devised the phrase "the banality of evil."Hitler and his henchmen, so the theory goes, appeared so ordinary and mundane that no one could spot their real intentions or their murderous deeds until it was too late. The author of this book has a different take on topic. He maintains that Hitler was the reincarnation of an evil political minister from 1,000 years earlier and was motivat [...]

    11. I think I read this insane book sometime in the 1980s. I think I also regarded it as a work of fiction. Foolish me, as this is actually a work of fiction disguised as a work of non-fiction.(Important difference, huh?)(I hadn't noticed the disguise, maybe or it was too ridiculous to ponder anyone believed it i.e it was like the Weekly World News)Ummm I don't know what else to say. Does the introduction of bizarre supernatural mythology make Nazis more scary? The dumbest thing about conspiracy the [...]

    12. It took me forever to get through this book due to the overwhelming amount of information in it. Most of it is about Hitler's life before he became the leader of the Third Reich. It also goes into detail about the lives of other key people around Hitler.What really gets me is how Ravenscroft will be explaining perfectly normal things and then all of a sudden he goes off into an explanation about demons, possessions, Atlantis, reincarnation with such an incredible leap of faith that I was thoroug [...]

    13. This book blew my mind. How far down the rabbit hole do you want to go? Learning the depths of Hitler's occultism puts his actions in a more understandable light. Haven't most of us asked, "How could someone do what Hitler did?" After reading "Spear of Destiny," you'll know. Hitler was, after all, being primed to be the anti-christ which is why he made a holocaust (literally "burnt sacrifice") of the Jews and others. An insightful, fascinating, page-turner.

    14. Very hard to read non-fiction book about the supposed spear that pierced Jesus in the side when he was on the cross. Apparently the Nazis were all hot to possess it. And did anyone know it's currently on display in Austria?

    15. Fabulous for its sheer and utter madness. I'm not sure if I am horrified or delighted by the fact that this man believed the fantasies he expounds within the book's pages.

    16. This book can serve as a decent starting point for the real of nazi occultism. Towards the last pages of this book I was getting quite bored. The beginning phases are intoxicating, however in the sense of a novel, which I don't believe to be the objective of the author.

    17. El libro es divertidisimo , el autor tiene la gran habilidad de tomar hechos históricos y relacionarlos todos con una supuesta fuente de poder y maldad como la lanza de Longinos , el libro es muy bueno ,claro que es totalmente increible.

    18. This one is a really really weird book. I haven't read such a mish-mash of occult and mysterious since I do not know truth be told. Premise is that Hitler succumbed to the dark ethereal entities that possessed him (Exorcist possession) in order to obtain a very potent metaphysical weapon (Spear of Destiny) that can bring joy and prosperity when wielded by those with pure heart and mayhem and utter destruction when used by dark and evil entities. When you look into this this is same story as eve [...]

    19. Si bien el título en cierto sentido es correcto, puede llevar a confusión. El tema no es Hitler, sino la lanza de longino y el cristianismo esotérico. Desde esa perspectiva se examina el ascenso y caída de Hitler y el reinado de horror que llevó consigo. Desde cierto punto de vista podría decirse que es una obra iniciática, por la cantidad de referencias y explicaciones sobre el conocimiento oculto del, valga la redundancia, cristianismo esotérico. Goethe, Steiner y otros hombres de sabi [...]

    20. This is a funny one. First I should say that some people believe this book to be an accurate account of how Hitler and the Nazi Party came to power with the help of various occult gadgets and rituals. Second I should point out the the "method of research" advocated in the book is essentially to "get high" and then "dream around" until the "researcher" uncovers the "true history" of a subject. Third I have to admit that despite all this humbug I found the book quite entertaining. Citing it in a h [...]

    21. Straight-faced, yet completely nutty story about Hitler's fascination with the occult powers of the Spear of Longinus and the efforts of Rudolph Steiner, his arch-nemesis, to foil Hitler's attempts to get hold of the spear. This has all kinds of bizarro tangents in it, like the time Steiner cleared out someone's rats via homeopathic intervention.

    22. It's about Hitler's early life, his occult aspirations, and his pursuit of the actual spear-head which supposedly pierced the side of Christ's side and that's pretty cool.

    23. Hitlers' quest for the Spear of Longinus. What more can you say? The birth of many, many thoughts. This is a great book wether you believe the story or not.

    24. so far, i don't know what to think. it's a documentary-like book that unfolds kind of like a novel, which makes it kind of hard to believe.

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