Re: Theos-World Hitler's associates were occultists
Feb 27, 2006 05:21 AM
Another factor that keeps the lid on the Nazis is that many German
scholars shy away from the Nazis. I recently found this during a
search to fill a German professor search. One of the candidates
spoke about her research indicating that the origin of extreme
racism was in African colonies, where various solutions to the
problem originated. During her talk she mentioned that when she was
in high school in Germany, nobody talked about these things.
The German interview committee were not very impressed with the
woman, for reasons that were not clearly verbalized, albeit she was
the first German scholar in this section who openly spoke about the
Nazis. When I saw the quiet response to her topic, I realized she
had gone over the top for the German scholars interviewing her.
Doing one's own research of a controversial nature and presenting it
for a job interview are two different things.
The History Channel is clearly a popular media where one would hope
to get some factual data but little valuable scholarship, except as
it had been prepared for the popular media.
I guess, based on another communication on this list, that the
expedition to Tibet I recall was associated with Himmler. I'm not
very interested in the Nazis and focus far more attention on native
--- In email@example.com, Drpsionic@... wrote:
> In a message dated 2/27/2006 1:02:21 AM Central Standard Time,
> timestar@... writes:
> I know this sounds wild, but I did see it on the History
> get the names of Hitler's close associates mixed up - Goebbels,
> Himmler, etc. They all sound like a bunch of Nazis to me.
> It's all the German names. They get confusing.
> That Hitler's henchstaff (with the possible exception of Goering
> simply a drug addict) were into varying degrees of occultism is
well known and
> documented by far better sources than the History Channel, which
> makes hash of history, but the degree of Hitler's personal
involvement has never
> been agreed upon, probably because the source material is in
German and no
> one can understand it.
> Chuck the Heretic
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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