Nazism - The Occult Conspiracy [Full Length, 1998].avi





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Nazism is first and foremost, a religion. This important documentary makes this very clear.

In The Myth of the 20th Century Rosenberg reinvented Germanic history and laid out the foundation of the new Nazi creed: the religion of the blood. He saw, in a religious sense, blood as the determining factor. The church had to be of the blood rather than of faith, or belief... Blood, racial stock, identity became the keynotes of this new ideology. Hitler took Rosenberg's words further when he wrote, "the old beliefs will be brought back to honor again. The whole secret nature of the divine, of the demonic. We will wash off the Christian veneer and being out a religion peculiar to our race.

Hitler's bid for power began November 9, 1923 with an attempt of an overthrow of the Bavarian government. Leading a group he called storm troopers, he launched an attack on a beer hall where government leaders were meeting. With Hess and Rosenberg at his side, Hitler brashly announced the formation of a new government, then took to the streets marching 3,000 storm troopers through Munich. They were confronted by police. Shots were fired and Hitler lost 16 of his men. It was a failed coup. But in the 10 years before Hitler seized power, the 16 men would become martyrs.

In 1933, Hitler succeeded in becoming the Furor. In 1933, Hitler succeeded in becoming the Furor. A title that would come to resonate with religious connotations of the "anointed one", the "messiah". ". With Hitler's elevation to leader, the blood religion became the undisputed religion of the party, complete with holy days and martyrs. Propaganda minister Goebbels orchestrated a ritual whereby the 16 Nazi heroes were honored as martyrs of the Reich who died, were resurrected and then achieved eternal life.

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