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Was the Occult behind the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich?
Date: 4/21/2020 6:00:00 PM
Topic of Study: Esotericism
Presenter: Aksel Suvari
Synopsis: Since their defeat in 1945 and the uncovering of the atrocities of the Holocaust, it has long been rumored that the Nazi Party was influenced or even controlled by dark forces and shadowy figures who use occult techniques to strengthen the Nazi Party. From the Thule Society and the other worldly Vril to the secret rituals of the SS at Wewelsburg Castle and the vicious attacks on Freemasonry, we will examine the hidden side of World War Two. Freemasonry has historically fought for the principles of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, principles that the Nazi Party staunchly opposed and oppressed during their short reign in Europe. Was this merely an ideological conflict or was there a secret, occult war conducted by high Nazi officials on the forces of Light and Evolution?

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