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The Nazi Occult War: Hitler's Compact with the Forces of Evil

The Nazi Occult War Hitler s Compact with the Forces of Evil A gripping account of the occult and magical thinking that dominated Nazi beliefs and actions in the years leading up to and including the Second World War Intriguing subjects covered include the Vril

  • Title: The Nazi Occult War: Hitler's Compact with the Forces of Evil
  • Author: MichaelFitzGerald
  • ISBN: 9781782122142
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A gripping account of the occult and magical thinking that dominated Nazi beliefs and actions in the years leading up to and including the Second World War Intriguing subjects covered include the Vril Society, the New Teutonic Knights, Black Camelot, the Nazi Occult Bureau, Atlantis, and Aryan science.

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    1. Overall I enjoyed this book and found it educational. It reads like a History Channel special which is not necessarily bad. The writing style is less than desirable.

    2. This claims to be an unbiased overview of how the occult affected the Nazi's but it seemed it to have a bias to me (and let's face it - the book title is extremely provocative). It made statements with no links to evidence, anything claiming to be factual really does need to include copious references to back up statements. I didn't particularly take to the writing style either which was rather sensationalist which you would expect more from tabloid journalism than what claims to be an attempt a [...]

    3. As long as I can remember, I've been fascinated by the sort of strange and often downright irrational nonsense people choose to believe. And in the believers-in-whacked-out-crap sweepstakes, the absolutely walking-away-with-it grand prize winners historically have to be the Nazis. They were so into their twisted perception of the world, it cost the world MILLIONS of lives. This book pursues the perfectly reasonable perspective that the Nazis' worldview was founded on even more ridiculous beliefs [...]

    4. Mildly interesting look at the various ways the occult played a role in the Nazi philosophy. This book runs the gamut from the Nazi search for lost religious artifacts to psychics to the search for Atlantis, etc. With a few exceptions the author generally acknowledges that it is hard to really know what various Nazi leaders believed or didn't believe in. What was clear was that they were all over the map and generally lacked reason, rather trusting in how something made them feel, when determini [...]

    5. Really poorly written book. Mostly political, and religious stuff, and very little occult. No hard facts on the occult stuff it's all rumors or speculation. Really disappointing read. Not worth taking the time to check out.

    6. Very frenzy in the writing. The author tends to jump around by subject and wants to 'prove' his point on every subject. Wanted it written more in chronological order.

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