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Invisible Eagle: The Hidden History of Nazi Occultism

by Baker, Alan

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This work provides a comprehensive history of the curious occult belief systems that influenced the architects of National socialism and which became central to Nazi philosophy and propaganda. It also shows how these theories continued to flourish after World War II. From the Publisher How irrational belief systems can beccome propaganda The bizarre fringe philosophies and spurious archaeological ‘evidence’ that formed the basis for early Nazi manifestos have recently been the focus of a number of fascinating television documentaries. This book is Alan Baker’s thoroughly researched and accessible examination of the background to this area of interest. It’s well known that the first architects of Nazi ideology fused a mixture of Teutonic myth with a fierce anti-Semitism, and created a romanticised idea of the German people’s past in order to influence their future – with devastating consequences. A curious blend of occult beliefs formed a blueprint for those like Heinrich Himmler, who genuinely believed in the existence of a Nazi Holy Grail and that he was the reincarnation of King Heinrich the First. What is less well-known is that behind Hitler’s war machine, Germany’s most brilliant technicians, rocket scientists and academics were being employed on research projects based on such far-fetched notions as ‘Hollow Earth’ theory, and the proposition that Atlantis (or Tibet) was the original Aryan homeland. Invisible Eagle makes a thorough investigation of such projects. It also takes an in-depth look at the conspiracy theories that grew up around the survival of the Third Reich at a time when the USA were recruiting Germany’s leading scientists for their own experiments in aviation and rocket science. Invisible Eagle is a fascinating and thought-provoking investigation into the realms of Nazi occultism, Nazi survival theories, and how irrational beliefs were used to control and delude millions of people.





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