Re: Theos-World Hitler's associates were occultists
Feb 27, 2006 00:20 AM
by Theo Paijmans
Thank you for your reply. Don't let the 'History Channel' drive you
crazy! What you probably mean is the expeditions to Tibet, commonly
referred to as the Schafer Expedition which took place in 1938-1939.
There a book devoted to it: Himmler's Crusade, by Chris Hale.
I just saw another book on the Ahnenerbe being published - Michael
kater's standard work was for years the only solid source - titled the
Masterplan, by Heahter Pringle. Other than that I'd recommend the books
by Goodrick-Clarke (Occult Roots of Nazism, and Black Sun), James Webb
(Occult Establishment), Joscelyn Godwyn (Arktos the Polar Myth). That
should give you a fair grounding in the difficult topic of Nazis and
The the History Channel DVD collection for information on occult
work that Hitler's associates did in the 1930's. I can't remember
the name of the lead researcher (it may have been Goebbels) believed
he was a reincarnated king from Atlantis, which had been the home of
the master race. A project financed by the Nazis in the 1930's was
set up to identify descendants of the master race, after they had
been scattered around the world when Atlantis sank. The project
took measurements of skulls, limbs, etc. for proportions. The Nazis
did lots of measurements and categorizations to identify genetically
Bear in mind, Rudolf Steiner was influential in Germany. As you may
know, he broke away from the TS and actively continued his neo-
theosphical work. Steiner may have carried the Blavatsky legacy
with him to some extent. That's just a thought.
Tibet was one of the areas where desceendants of the master race
were identified, and the Nazis began taining a small army of about
300 Tibetans to invade China. That fizzled.
I know this sounds wild, but I did see it on the History Channel. I
get the names of Hitler's close associates mixed up - Goebbels,
Himmler, etc. They all sound like a bunch of Nazis to me.
As I recall, the Nazi who headed the research to find the master
race set up a museum in Germany that included his findings.
You can get more complete information by searching the History
Channel's web site.
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