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Default Adolf Hitler's anti-Christian sentiment

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hitler's_Table_Talk

Has anyone read this book? Is it authentic?
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Default Re: Adolf Hitler's anti-Christian sentiment

I've come across quotations in various books, including in The God Delusion.


Hitler's religious views are perhaps somewhat garbled and confusing. In Mein Kampf, there is copious references to God, the Bible and to Jesus. Likewise, in his speeches there is also reference to Christian elements.

It simply may have been that he changed his mind between Mein Kampf and Table Talk, which were written with some 20 years between them. It also may have been that Hitler simply manipulated his Christian majority audience by such references.
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Default Re: Adolf Hitler's anti-Christian sentiment

There's conflicting statements about Hitler's religious beliefs. I think it really doesn't matter what religion he was but what he did.

Even if Hitler was Christian, whether Catholic or Protestant, many Christians (Catholics and Protestants) opposed Hitler.

What Hitler religion Hitler was no bearing on the religion itself.
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Default Re: Adolf Hitler's anti-Christian sentiment

Apparently it is opinions by the Fuhrer collected by a close aide in the war years. I don't see any reason to think why it would not be authentic.
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Okay, here's the unvarnished truth, easily documented by GOOGLE searches.

Around 1919 or so, Hitler as a disaffected young man, was befriended by a pagan mystic, a devout follower of MADAME HELENA PETROVNA BLAVATSKY, named
GUIDO VON LIST. It was VON LIST who indoctrinated Hitler into the teachings of Madame Blavatsky as espoused in her famous book THE SECRET DOCTRINE, which taught the racial superiority of ONLY the Aryan so-called race. There is much more to her teachings, known as Theosophy, than this. She is wildly popular with New Age teachers.

Now. Von List also recruited the indoctrinated young Hitler into the THULE Society.
Soon after, in order to one day enshrine it's Satanic beliefs into law, the THULE SOCIETY founded and formed the GERMAN WORKERS PARTY as it's political arm.
The political arm of a diabolical pagan cult. Imagine.
Very soon thereafter, the GERMAN WORKERS PARTY, the political arm of the diabolical, Blavatskyan THULE SOCIETY, was CHANGED and it was re-named
the NATIONAL SOCIALIST GERMAN WORKERS PARTY, from which we get the shortened form, Nazi, or Nazi Party.
So, as is easily documented, Hitler and all his co-horts were Pagans, mostly apostate Catholics from Bavaria, who had become followers of Thule and hence of List and Blavatsky. Nazi-ism is pure, unadulterated paganism and occultism in political form.

In 1923, in an attempt to begin seizing power in Germany, Hitler and other freaks staged in Munich the beer-hall putsch, an attempt to overthrow the Bavarian authorities. He and the cohorts were arrested and put in jail. There, supposedly, he wrote MEIN KAMPF.
I read that book too. It was boring, wooden, an awful book stylistically and in every other way. His frequent references to the Lord and Christ are intended to deceive Christian readers. To Hitler (as to Blavatsky, to Von List, and to today's Rosicrucians) Jesus was not a Jew but an Avatar, an enlightened kind of supra-human. In their view, he could NOT HAVE BEEN JEWISH because, in all their views, Jews are an inferior, non-human ROOT RACE which managed to survive the sinking of Atlantis in order to serve as slaves to the highly advanced, fully human Aryan race which also survived the sinking. The elimination of Jewry (and eventually of the Slavs and blacks) was the Nazi attempt to put the root races back into their (alleged) proper places, i.e., get RID of most of them, and use those allowed to remain, as Slaves to the Master Race.
THANK GOD THIS SATANIC MAN AND HIS REGIME WERE UTTERLY OBLITERATED.
THANK YOU, Jesus.
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I've come across quotations in various books, including in The God Delusion.


Hitler's religious views are perhaps somewhat garbled and confusing. In Mein Kampf, there is copious references to God, the Bible and to Jesus. Likewise, in his speeches there is also reference to Christian elements.

It simply may have been that he changed his mind between Mein Kampf and Table Talk, which were written with some 20 years between them. It also may have been that Hitler simply manipulated his Christian majority audience by such references.
Hitler, unlike, say, Stalin, is much more of an Enigma. It is possible that he was just a complete "religious pragmatist" if you will; he was a Christian when it suited his agenda, and an atheist when that suited his agenda. It is hard to tell when a pathological liar believes what he says, or when he changes his mind.
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Again, Hitler was a convinced pagan occultist, indoctrinated into Thule Society by Guido Von List, the disciple of Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, author of The Secret Doctrine and foundress of "Theosophy." Her Aryan racial/spiritual teachings are embraced in today's USA by the Rosicrucians (AMORC) located/based in Southern California. One of their authors, Robert Spencer Lewis, wrote a horrifying book called THE MYSTICAL LIFE OF JESUS, which taught all of these evil things of Blavatsky's and Von List's and Hitler's, including that the Jews do not have pure blood and that only Aryans do. These men, the Rosicrucians, present themselves as enlightened humanitarians who follow the ancient mystery teachings of Egypt. Their teachings and the teachings of the Nazis, are nearly exactly identical. This group is not harmless, and thank God that they are very small and have little following. If I were Jewish, I would monitor this group closely and sound the alarm if they ever start gaining lots of new members. They are not to be taken lightly, considering their Hitlerian pagan religious and racial beliefs.
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