In March of 2016, researchers opened the long-forgotten (it has not been opened since the 1950s) book depository in a National Library of the Czech Republic in Prague. Inside they found a formidable collection of 13,000 (!) books on witchcraft, sorcery, occultism, magic, supernatural and paranormal.
According to the documents that accompanied the collection, it belonged to no other than SS Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler. It was collected by members of H-Sonderkommando, named for the first letter of the German word Hexe, meaning ”witch”.
This team was established by Heinrich Himmler himself in 1935 and operated until the end of World War II. Most of books (some of which are quite rare) have been plundered (stolen) from more than 260 libraries and archives in Greater Germany, German-occupied territories and even from libraries located on the territories of German allies (Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Italy and Croatia). About half of the books came from the library that belonged to the Norwegian Order of Freemasons library in Oslo.
The bulk of the collection dealt with witches and their persecution in medieval Germany (and thus was rightfully called the Hexenkartothek – “The Witches’ Library”). Thus, Himmler accumulated the largest collection of witch-trial records to be found in the history of Europe.
According to the accompanying documents, the library was stored in Wewelsburg castle. Which made perfect sense as (1) in the 17th century the castle was used as the official place for holding witch trials in the Paderborn archdiocese and (2) the Ahnenerbe did conduct research in medieval history in the castle.
At the end of March of 1945, just days before the castle was seized by the American troops, it was moved to Prague and apparently ended up in the abovementioned depot.
The big questions obviously are:
“What on Earth did Heinrich Himmler need this library for? And what the hell – literally – did he and his employees do with it?”
One theory is that he was looking for the proof that the Holy Inquisition (and thus the Catholic Church) persecuted witches to annihilate an indigenous German pagan nature-based religion (that witches supposedly practiced) in a monstrous conspiracy against the Aryan race.
Another theory claims that this was but a cover story for the Führer who did not approve of (let alone share) Himmler’s interest in supernatural. According to this theory, Himmler believed that medieval witches, sorcerers and other occultists did have supernatural powers. Powers that can be “weaponized” and used to achieve victory in the hopeless war of attrition that Nazi Germany was forced to fight after the failure of blitzkrieg on the Eastern front in December of 1941.
I can personally attest that Wewelsburg castle is but an extremely powerful portal (channel, conduit) of supernatural energy.
Some occultists believe that this immensely powerful energy is the mythical (or not-so-mythical) Mjölnir – the Hammer of Thor. According to Norse mythology, it is one of the most powerful supernatural (magical) spiritual weapons in the Universe – if not the most powerful. Some also believe that the mysterious Vril energy and Mjölnir are one and the same thing.
Consequently, the somewhat artificial (synthetic) neo-pagan deity Irmin worshipped by Willigut is no other than the Norse god Thor. And the Wewelsburg castle is simply modern temple of Thor.
Post-WW2 “Esoteric Nazis” (i.e., those who interpret Nazism from the esoteric, occult or supernatural/paranormal perspective) present a very different vision of the Übermensch – creation process.
According to them, a “regular” human being can be transformed into an Übermensch (i.e. a super-human being) only with supernatural tools. More specifically, by a precise application of a supernatural spiritual energy.
In Norse mythology (held in high esteem by the Nazis), this energy is called Mjölnir (the Hammer of Thor). According to Norse beliefs, Mjölnir is one of the most fearsome and powerful supernatural weapons in existence (if not the most powerful).
According to some modern occult (i.e. neo-pagan) beliefs, Mjölnir is an extremely powerful supernatural spiritual energy, capable of (1) transforming the believer into a genuine Übermensch and (2) controlling minds of huge human audiences – both friends (i.e. fellow Germans/Aryans and their allies) and foes (i.e. the Jews, the British, the French or the Soviets).
Controlling via both tangible means (i.e., propaganda, education, training, indoctrination, etc.) and the intangible (i.e. magic, witchcraft, sorcery, etc.).
It also allows the believer in Mjölnir (and practitioner of these beliefs) to transform their books, magazines and other printed matter into powerful grimoires books with magical properties) and “charge” their symbols (flags, salutes, coats of arms, etc.), music, movies, etc. with emotional, spiritual and magical power.
Some occultists believe that Mjölnir and a mysterious Vril energy (usually considered a pure fiction) are one and the same thing. In Christianity, a rough equivalent of Mjölnir is the Divine Grace.
According to classic Norse mythology, Thor is the son of Odin (the chief Norse God) whose key function is protector of mankind (i.e. Nordic civilization). Which makes him a Nordic equivalent of Saint Michael the Archangel – the guardian angel and protector of Christian civilization.
Some occultists believe that the Nazis were able to achieve genuine miracles (economic, political, social and military) only because they (primarily Adolf Hitler) unconsciously used the power of Mjölnir. As did Richard Wagner in his operas (which thus became a powerful “Mjölnir channel”).
This power was granted to the Nazis by Thor (and thus Odin) because they (1) were fighting to save and protect the Northern civilization from being conquered and destroyed by the Bolsheviks; and (2) they adopted the swastika – one of the symbols of Mjölnir – as their symbol.
However, the Nazis (especially Adolf Hitler) did not believe in Mjölnir (or Norse gods for that matter). Hence, they were able to use only a small part of its immense powers. This deficiency led to colossal blunders and ultimately to their defeat in World war II, the demise of the Third Reich and to Hitler’s suicide in the Führerbunker.
SS Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler apparently did believe in something of that nature and even started to rebuild the Wewelsburg castle (which some occultists believe to be a powerful conduit of Mjölnir energies). However, he did not finish the job – the project was abandoned in 1943 – with the abovementioned results.
In other words, these occultists believe that the Nazis spent not too much time, effort and other resources on occult activities (as is commonly believed) – but too little. Way too little, in fact.
Which ultimately cost them their war, their state – and their very lives.
Another occult discipline that has been around for millennia and that often (though not always) produces amazingly accurate personality profile, is numerology.
It is conceptually similar to astrology but, unlike the latter, it uses numbers obtained from dates (e.g. birthdate) and words (e.g. first and last name of the individual) to develop a personality profile.
St. Augustine of Hippo (arguably the most influential early Christian theologian and philosopher), wrote:
“Numbers are the Universal Language offered by God to humans as confirmation of the truth”
Similar to Pythagoras, he believed that everything had numerical relationships and it was up to the mind to seek and investigate the secrets of these relationships or have them revealed by divine grace.
The profile presented in this section demonstrates that Adolf Hitler should have consulted a numerologist (of which there were plenty in Linz) before attempting to enter the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. It would have saved him a lot of time and effort and very well could have guided him to avoid costly and ultimately fatal mistakes.
Like the astrological profile, the numerology profile is derived (with minor modifications) from a numerology reading that was computer-generated (thank you, AI) and, consequently, is completely unbiased (software has no idea who Adolf Hitler was).
According to this reading, the Hitler was an idealist whose most fundamental drive was the desire to achieve joy and happiness for himself and for those around them (i.e. for his German compatriots).
Which was true and correct – being a national-sociopath, Hitler was, indeed, driven by a desire to make Germans a genuinely happy nation (albeit at the expense of other nations).
A competent numerologists would have told Hitler that his destiny is to create the maximum amount of happiness for his compatriots – something that could be done only by making Germany a genuinely happy nation.
Which automatically meant that his natural career path (his great and glorious Mission) was in politics and government service – and nowhere else. The report correctly predicted that while he will ultimately discover and successfully pursue his true calling, it will take him a lot of time and effort to identify his true purpose in life.
Unlike the astrology reading, his numerology profile confirmed that he had a strong desire to express himself artistically (i.e. that he was, indeed, a gifted artist). However, an artist in a general sense – the one who expresses powerful creative ideas in one or more visual arts.
Which meant that although Adolf Hitler was a talented artist and architect, it did not necessarily mean that he was destined to make one of these his professional occupation.
It could very well mean that he was born to be a public speaker (and an actor on a public stage) and a writer. Which further reinforced the conclusion that his destiny was in politics. Public politics.
According to this reading, Hitler was very emotional (he, indeed, was). And, although psychologically a loner, will be popular at gatherings (public meetings and other events) where his optimism infuses his audience. Which meant that he was destined to bring hope and optimism to desperate and depressed audience (and that’s exactly what he subsequently did).
It also stated that Hitler was a persuasive, (ultimately) positive, friendly (to his target audience), realistic (ultimately he did deliver on his seemingly outlandish promises), and self-controlled (despite appearing to be totally out of control – he was an excellent actor) and honest (a very rare quality for a politician) public speaker.
The reading promised that Hitler will be successful in his chosen career (he became one of the most successful politicians). He did get things done (even the ones that seemed impossible to accomplish).
It also promised that Hitler will be good at material accumulation. Which again proved to be true and correct – he both enjoyed an affluent lifestyle and radically increased the wealth of his nation – making Germany again an economic superpower.
The chart infers that Adolf Hitler possessed a powerful personality (in fact, enormously powerful) that will attract respect from both leaders and subordinates. And Hitler, indeed, was well-respected by his peers and superiors in German Army.
And subsequently deeply respected (although often hated) by leaders of just about all nations. And not just respected but revered, admired and even adored by his subordinates – Nazi officials and citizens of Nazi Germany.
According to numerology chart, Hitler was one of the very few individuals who had the capability to see both the key trends and the big picture – both current (AS IS) and the desired (TO BE) and to successfully lead the transition from the current to the desired.
And in this transition to build something (“remarkable things”) that benefits society for a very long time into the future. Which did happen – Nazi Germany created quite a few “somethings” (from VW Beetle to A4 ballistic missile and welfare system) that human society benefited very significantly from.
He was destined to become the moving force in building large physical structures or efficient procedural systems. Which confirmed that he, indeed, had an unquestionable talent for architecture but also meant that he was about to design and build a whole new society – a new civilization, even. The Third Reich. Which he subsequently did – and in a very short time.
The chart accurately predicted that Adolf Hitler will create an organization that he will use as a tool to build this unique and impressive system. And he did. Although he did not create NSDAP (it already existed for several months before he joined it), he radically restructured it into a unique “Führer’s Party” – an essentially new organization.
It (not surprisingly) predicted that Hitler will become a CEO of a major international organization (and he did become the absolute ruler of a vast international German Empire) and will have a committed and dedicated staff who will perform miracles for him, accomplishing what was considered totally and utterly impossible.
The chart claimed (correctly) that Hitler will receive the utmost joy and satisfaction from accomplishing something that will be recognized by individuals and society in general for their high caliber and their usefulness (i.e. for achieving something grandiose, vitally important and seemingly impossible).
Like the astrological chart, the numerological reading confirmed that Hitler had powerful intuitive, mystical and even psychic capabilities (that combined with his ingenuity subsequently helped him find creative solutions to seemingly impossible problems but ultimately led to his downfall and suicide).
The chart claimed that Hitler had a powerful inner desire for harmony which he subsequently implemented in his Führerstaat as a “national harmony” between classes, social groups and individuals. A harmony based on national-socialist ideology. And the no less profound desire to serve – his country and his nation. Which he did – the way he believed to be the best for Germany and Germans.
It also stated that Adolf Hitler was a powerful “agent of change” (a fundamental change as it turned out) and was comfortable and efficient in highly uncertain situations and environment (an indispensable feature for an efficient leader).
The reading correctly surmised that Hitler was passionately independent, versatile and clever with an uncanny ability to spot opportunities and to quickly and efficiently act on them.
And that he experienced restlessness and impatience when things moved along too slowly (in his opinion, they almost always were) or when constant repetition became monotonous (ditto).
It also correctly predicted that to accomplish his ultra-ambitious (and seemingly impossible) objectives, Adolf Hitler will assemble a highly efficient team of highly competent, very inventive and incredibly resourceful individuals.
Actually, he did much more than that. He destroyed the caste system that de-facto existed in Weimar republic and created a multitude of “social lifts” that saturated political, economic, social and military system of Nazi Germany with highly capable individuals.
Individuals who in republican Germany were misfits with no chances to succeed at all. Not because of lack of talents (they immediately proved otherwise) but because of the inefficiency and injustice of “the system”. The system that Adolf Hitler radically changed.
Adolf Hitler did not believe in the value of astrology. Until May 11th 1940, he simply ignored it considering this “occult science” an essentially harmless entertainment.
However, when he learned that astrological predictions inspired his deputy Rudolf Hess take a solo flight to England to negotiate peace with the British Government, he got so enraged that he immediately ordered a crackdown on astrology and astrologers in Greater Germany.
Acting on his orders, the Gestapo arrested and sent to concentration camps more than 600 practicing astrologers. Without any trial or even without any criminal charges – under the “preventive detention” decree.
While predictive astrology is generally considered a bunch of bunk (the fundamental principle of human Freedom of Will makes predicting the future practically impossible), descriptive (natal) astrology is a different thing entirely.
Natal astrology, by definition, is a methodology (but not science!) that allows to develop a comprehensive profile of the personality of an individual based on his/her date, time and place of birth.
This methodology is exceedingly complex and does not always produce clear-cut unambiguous results (which might be open to often very different interpretations). Consequently, it is simply impossible to scientifically prove or disprove the validity, usefulness and value of natal astrology.
However, in many cases it does produce amazingly accurate and thus highly valuable results. Consequently, it is usually a good idea to have your natal chart constructed (these days computers do it instantly) and then analyzed by several experienced astrologers.
Obviously, these analyses must be taken with caution and a grain of salt but should nevertheless been taken into account when planning one’s life and career as they can prevent costly (sometimes) very costly mistakes – in terms of time, effort and money.
When he decided to pursue the career of a painter and thus to apply to the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Adolf Hitler clearly did not consult an astrologer (although there were plenty of those in Linz where he resided at that time).
Which turned out to be a big mistake (very big, actually), because had he done that, it would have prevented him from wasting ten extremely valuable years of his life – and most likely led to a very different outcome of the Second Great War.
Why? Because his natal chart clearly demonstrated that the natural career path for him is neither painting nor architecture, but politics.
Hitler’s Mercury (a planet of communication) occupies a prominent position in his horoscope – it is s conjunct (close to) an area that defines the natural career for the individual in question.
Which means that the natural career path for Hitler was not in painting or architecture but in communications. The influence of Mercury is amplified by the fact that it is close to the boundary of the 7th house – the house of “other people”. Which indicates effective and formidable oratorical abilities and thus means – beyond the reasonable doubt – that the natural career for Adolf Hitler was in public speaking.
Hitler’s Mercury is in Aries, a fire sign ruled by Mars (planet of war). Which means that his communication style was fiery, assertive, forceful, belligerent, aggressive, confrontational and even verbally violent (and would deal with the matters of war and social violence).
It also means that Hitler head the unique ability to preach ‘I am one of you’ or ‘I represent you’ to the masses (making him a religious preacher – not just a politician). His Mercury is in poor shape which means that in his public speaking he will appeal to the most basic feelings – even to instincts.
And several different sources in his natal chart plainly indicate his hypnotic abilities to provoke powerful (and not necessarily positive) emotions in large masses of people.
Hitler’s Midheaven (the area that largely defines one’s career) is Leo (the sign of the leaders), ruled by the Sun. And the Sun is in Taurus, in his 7th house (area of the “other people” – the community).
His Saturn situated in the 10th house. Meant determination to achieve public acclaim, prestige, recognition and fame – to be in the limelight at all times. In other words, to make a quantum leap up on the social ladder.
Together, this all points to ‘career’ connected to a powerful sense of ego (i.e. to leadership). To authoritarian leadership. To dictatorship (his Venus in Taurus indicates tyrannical inclinations).
Which means only one thing – the natural occupation for Adolf Hitler was politics. Public politics. He was born to be a very powerful public speaker and a politician. The leader. The Führer.
The Führer who will rule using violence on a regular basis as a key tool for achieving his objectives. Who will put a lot of energy this violence that might lead to “extermination”. The Führer who seeks to establish harmony in “his world” but believes that the only way to create this harmony is to eliminate dissension. Literally.
His Mercury is in a wide opposition aspect (about 180°) to Uranus, the planet of restlessness, change and revolution. Which means that Adolf Hitler was destined to become not just a politician, but a revolutionary – someone who would bring a radical change to his country (and to the whole world).
However, it does not mean that this change would necessarily be positive. His Venus is is conjunct Mars (a planet of war). Which meant that Adolf Hitler had the potential to cause great harm, commit large-scale political crimes and even cause a serious war.
His Venus, Mars and Saturn are also all in fixed signs, indicative of an underlying extraordinary tenacity and perseverance (indispensable qualities for a politician), stubbornness.
Stubbornness that could be very harmful – to him as well as to others. In particular, it indicates his destructive tendency to blame everyone else (Sun in 7th) for everything what went wrong. It was never his own fault. In other words, his total lack of humility – a potentially fatal flaw for a leader.
His horoscope indicates that the dividing line between the conscious mind and other levels of mind has become blurred. Which means strong mystical abilities, openness to “revelations from above” but also serious mental instability bordering on insanity.
Which, in turn, means that while he may (unconsciously) use these abilities to find creative solutions to seemingly impossible problems, he might also commit colossal blunders and stubbornly insist on destructive and even suicidal course of actions sincerely believing that he is guided by a Higher Power.
Pluto in the 8th house gave him the crucial capability of being able to see beneath the surface, to understand hidden motivations of others (in other words, to be an excellent judge of character, intentions and situations).
Neptune conjunct Pluto in this house could make Hitler easily substitute what he wanted to see with what was actually there. Which led to dangerous, destructive and ultimately fatal delusions – and thus to fatal (i.e. suicidal) decisions and actions.