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Posted 27 October 2017 - 04:19 AM

Stash of Books from the Witch Library of Nazi Chief Himmler Found in Prague
A collection of 13,000 occult and witchcraft books has been found recently in the National Library of the Czech Republic in Prague. It belonged to Heinrich Himmler, a SS Nazi chief. The collection was forgotten in the library since at least the 1950s. According to the Daily Mail, the Norwegian Masonic researcher, Bjørn Helge Horrisland said that the books had been mostly stolen and collected during World War II.
The collection contains texts connected with witchcraft and occultism. Some of the volumes are very rare. The value of all of the books is unknown. They were gathered as the Nazis were searching everywhere for texts connected with magic and tried to accumulate everything in one place. Some of the books were taken from the Norwegian order of Freemasons in Oslo.
Historians still argue why this work was needed by the Nazis. Some believe that the goal was to prove that the persecution of witches was an attempt of the Inquisition of the Roman Catholic Church to destroy the German race, others believe that the study of the myths of the ancient Germans could be useful to justify racist theories, still others associate the work of the division with a personal hobby of Himmler’s occult and interest in his own lineage (Himmler was considered one of the founders of a kind of a witch, burned at the stake). 
Provides details of the "New Age" (very Old age) belief system/religion of the Nazis, starting with officers. I hope to soon have more info about Himmler and his "spiritual advisor" K. Wiligut attempting to channel entities (demons) at Castle Wewelsburg (SS HQ)

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Posted 27 October 2017 - 03:59 PM

Just goes to show what some people in power truly believe in.

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