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The Morning of the Magicians: Secret Societies, Conspiracies, and Vanished Civilizations Paperback - New

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Author - Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier

If one is to begin to understand the anti-Christian religious mysticism that controlled Hitler and his inner circle, if one hopes to grasp the gulf between the “rational” methods of Nazi scientists and their contemporaries in other civilized nations, if one is to get a glimpse of the dark side of the spirit world that Hitler and his men relied upon, or if one can hope to comprehend the anti-intellectual mindset of Hitlerian Nazi thinking––a comprehensive reading of “The Morning of the Magicians” is absolutely essential! Those critics––who complain that too much time and space is wasted on “incidental” matters before getting to Hitler and his crew––do not understand that those “incidental” subjects are laying a groundwork that attempts to convince readers that many before and after Hitler believed in, and follow the dictates of, a world very different from the visible world most of us believe we live in.  Most scholars would put Hitler and his followers on a pile of insane ambition.  But as Pauwels and Bergier insist, the book’s development explains how and why those 12 years the Nazi’s reigned in Germany resulted in a nation imbued with thinking so very different from any other nation in the Western world.  Such a variance of dealing with realities did not begin with Hitler, and they did not end with him.  However, hopefully, at least so far, there has not been a nation of people, or even a nation controlled by leaders, who think as Germans did before and during World War II.

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