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  • Hitler was a strong believer in Paganism. He had Pagan advisers and also star gazers that would tell him when to attack. Basically, he and Aleister Crowley are some of the people that made Paganism so infamous, when really it is all about energetic balance and natural harmony. Paganism is not polytheistic like most believe, it is actually free for anyone to believe in any god/goddess they choose. This misconception is connected to Wiccans. Most believe they are one in the same, but they are completely different.
  • Hitler really didn't hate the Jews at all. He was hated and rejected by his father and smothered by his mother. He wandered around while young (nothing particularly intelligent about him during this time) and eventually became involved in politics. If he wasn't so ego-maniacal and a maniac he could have done some wonderful things to improve the world instead of the degrading deeds he did do.

Hitler wanted an Arian race (blond and blue-eyed pure German). If you can ever get the book "The Doll's House" read it! This place existed. It was a huge, mansion for the elite of blond, blue-eyed German soldiers and higher ranking officers and very selected blond, blue-eyed young women knowing full well the plan was for them to get pregnant and create a new Arian race. Hitler paid these women handsomely for each child they produced. The more power Hitler had the more he lost his belief system in what he started out to do.

  • HITLER AND Christianity: Also contrary to popular belief, Hitler and the Nazis were not Christians, and were in fact vehemently opposed to that religion, which they saw as a Jewish originated belief system. In public, Hitler accepted or even praised Christianity when it was anti-Jewish, but in private, he detested it, as a reading of his personal dinner table chat recorded by Martin Borman and published as "Hitler's Secret Conversations", Farrar, Straus and Young, New York, 1953: The heaviest blow that ever struck humanity was the coming of Christianity.

Bolshevism is Christianity's illegitimate child. Both are inventions of the Jew. The deliberate lie in the matter of religion was introduced into the world by Christianity. Bolshevism practices a lie of the same nature, when it claims to bring liberty to men, whereas in reality it seeks only to enslave them.

In the ancient world, the relations between men and gods were founded on an instinctive respect. It was a world enlightened by the idea of tolerance. Christianity was the first creed in the world to exterminate its adversaries in the name of love. Its keynote is intolerance.

Without Christianity, we should not have had Islam. The Roman Empire, under Germanic influence, would have developed in the direction of world-domination, and humanity would not have extinguished fifteen centuries of civilization at a single stroke.

Let it not be said that Christianity brought man the life of the soul, for that evolution was in the natural order of things." - Adolf Hitler, ibid, Night of 11th-12th July 1941. "Christianity is a rebellion against natural law, a protest against nature. Taken to its logical extreme, Christianity would mean the systematic cultivation of the human failure." - Adolf Hitler, ibid, 10th October 1941, midday an overview of Nazi medical advances makes interesting reading for the modern health conscious person: Nazi scientists were amongst the first in the world to warn of the dangers of radiation; asbestos, lead, cadmium and Mercury (all of which have only re-emerged in the health field many years after the end of the Second World War, when much German medical research was dismissed as Nazi hallucinations).

In this economic recovery, Hitler hit upon something which helped to arouse the everlasting hatred of the international banking community: instead of basing Germany's recovery on enormous loans from foreign and local banks, Hitler based the German economy onto a barter system, by which he could get much of what he needed by exchanging German surplus for the surplus of other countries - in common language, by swapping.

The next radical change Hitler brought about was to take the right to print money away from private banking institutions - which he viewed as Jewish - and restored the sole right to print money to the German state itself (it is interesting to compare the contemporary systems in both Britain and America, where consortiums of private bankers - the Federal Reserve in America and the Bank of England - print the money and then "sell" it to the governments, incurring the massive national debts of these countries).

Freed of the peculiar and complicated system of instant national debt through the issuance of their own money, the German economy took off like a rocket. Hitler also abandoned the Gold Standard as a means of weighting the Reichsmark: money in Hitler's Germany was not based on gold but on the capacity of the German people to produce goods.

This law also included a ban on the Jewish ritual whereby meat is made kosher: the ritual includes the slitting of an animal's throat and letting it bleed to death while a rabbi prays over the dying animal: this was rejected by the Nazis as a barbaric way of slaughtering animals which inflicted unnecessary pain.

Eventually the anti-vivisection law was extended throughout Germany. Nazi Germany also forbid the use of the pesticide DDT on the grounds that it was a health hazard (it would be decades before this policy was adopted by other countries) and instead used a German produced version known as Cyclone-B.

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