Most historians have got it wrong. Nazi Germany was not just another time, it was an alien dimension, a trip down the rabbit hole of Alice in Wonderland. The historians’ minds short-circuit when studying such unfamiliar territory and habitual thought synapse patterns take over.
In 1915, dabbling in occult “automatic writing”, Dame Edith Lyttelton received a message from the beyond: “The hand stretched out to stay Berchtesgaden… the nemesis of Fate nearer and nearer… the Munich bond remember that… You will see strange things…”
Dame Edith Balfour Lyttelton was a British novelist, World War I-era activist and spiritualist. The Berchtesgaden mentioned in the “automatic writing” is where Adolph Hitler owned a home, not far from the “Eagle’s Nest.” There, according to a documentary released in 2011, El Escape de Hitler, the top decisions of the Nazi leadership were made. (Background: The Escape of Hitler, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, May 31, 2015.)
During the height of his power, Hitler was secretly being called “the carpet eater.” Of course at the time the Germans dared not say such a thing openly, for fear of being accused of blasphemy against the Nazi messiah. Hitler was nicknamed “the carpet eater” because he had fits during which he’d fall down and chew the edges of the carpet. These were not epileptic fits but demonic possession of some sort. During such times, Hitler communed with malevolent discarnate entities. After or in the midst of one such possession, Hitler told Hermann Rauschning, the Governor of Danzig, the “Secret Chief” was yet present: “It’s he, it’s he,” groaned the carpet eater. “He’s come for me. There! There! Over in the corner! He is there!” (Further background: Hitler Meets The Superman, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, December 3, 2014.)
After his birth in 1889, Hitler shared the same wet nurse as one Willi Schneider. He was one of the Schneider brothers, Willi and Rudi, famous mediums. Just as a medium at a séance becomes possessed by discarnate entities, so too did the carpet eater Adolph Hitler at times become possessed. Dietrich Eckart, known as the spiritual founder of National Socialism, told friends before his death in 1923, “Follow Hitler. He will dance, but it is I who called the tune. We have given him the means of communication with Them.”
It all traces back to John Dee and Edward Kelley, conjurors in Elizabethan England, and their crystal-gazing experiments. These experiments, beginning in 1582, led to “contact” with “Ave,” supposedly an angel but possibly a lying demon. Ave dictated what came to be known as “The Enochian Calls.” These words appeared in almost a Lovecraftian language. For example, “Micma Goho Mad Zir Comselha Zien Biah…”
The Enochian Calls were later part of the liturgy of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a Victorian occult group, which in turn was connected with one Frauline Anna Sprengler and a German occult group. A Professor Karl Haushofer, member of the Thule Group and the Vril Society, was introduced to Adolph Hitler by Rudolf Hess. Haushofer and his groups were all part of the “magical” dabblings first begun by Dee and Kelley. The Vril Society, in turn, ties in with a British fancy lad, Baron Lytton of Knebworth, better known as Edward Bulwer-Lytton, author of The Coming Race, which described a nation of “supermen” who had gained control of “the Vril.”
The short video clip hopefully embedded at the top of today’s blog entry speaks of Maria Orsic, who led a female subdivision of the Thule Group. She is the focus of an historical novel, The Goddess Of The Devil, by Mart Sander, an Estonian singer, actor, director, author, and television host. In Sander’s telling, Maria Orsic was a psychic medium involved in the center of the power-play of the Nazi Party, the SS, cutting edge science and international spy rings. That is from the description published along with the video clip on YouTube. Yet where is Sander’s historical novel? The video clip promoting it was published on April 6, 2015, but the book can nowhere be found offered for sale. Are dark forces working to suppress The Goddess Of The Devil? Or are those forces benevolent, wishing to impede knowledge and inevitable promotion of Satanic influence?
(Source for most of the above: The Occult Reich, by J.H. Brennan. New York: Signet, 1974.)