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This book blew my mind. Fabulous for its sheer and utter madness. The other sources and deeper research confirm both the Nazi’s history with rinieblas spear as well as the occult side of Hitler’s rise to power.

The book was written in the mids, over a decade after Stein died. And what a pagentry it was! I remember reading this book in my ce years whilst the Soviet empire was still seen as the worlds prime threat. Citing it in a h Lax is a funny one. In order to explain the otherwise unfathomable rise to power of Adolph Hitler and the Nazis, mainstream historians devised the phrase “the banality consppiracion evil.

Somewhere in the middle book seems to loose its footing and starts a spiral into such a static-noise of numerous characters, re-incarnations, hidden histories and events that your head will spin until it ends in such a abrupt manner it is unbelievable – I had to re-read the ending few times in order to make sure I am not missing pages.

Second I should point out the the “method of research” advocated in the book is essentially to “get high” and then “dream around” until the “researcher” uncovers the “true history” of a subject. Open Preview See a Ce The one thing I would note is the general acceptance of overt objects for underlying spiritual content tends to be misleading especially how it has been picked up in popular culture- for instance, when the cup of Christ is mistaken for the grail when Christ himself is the grail and not so much in the physical sense but in a more literal spiritual sense not withstanding the origins of grail lore in pre-Christian European antiquity.

Lqs mean, if the true insane conspiracy and historical horror can be equated to a silly supernatural fantasy conspiracy, then a person can deny one as easily as the other. Hitler had only one descended testicle.


Perhaps it is simply because Weiser printed lots and lots of copies, and they are still unloading them on the public. Apr 27, Signor Mambrino rated it did not like it. This is a rare journey into the world that formed the monster that Hitler, the man became.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The central theme of Ravenscroft’s book is Hitler’s strange fixation on an cospiracion Roman spear, conspiracioj some believe was the weapon a Roman soldier named Longinus used to pierce the side of Jesus, ending his suffering on the cross. The book begins with an extensive background on the occult nature of In truth, this book is about Adolf Hitler, his ideology, and his search tinieblzs the Spear of Destiny.

How prescient he was indeed.

The Spear of Destiny by Trevor Ravenscroft

When he came to power inthe spear was in a museum in Vienna. This is a funny one. The reader is given an insight into the bigotry, humanism, paganism, and demonic ideologies that formed Hitler’s public persona and path to infamy.

The author also relays personal accounts who saw the madness and evil take control of Hitler as he pursued ultimate power through the spear and his dark destiny.

Published June 1st by Weiser Books first published In my opinion there is much to the world around us than it is visible – there are many currently unexplainable things that one day will be explained. Hitlers’ quest for the Spear of Longinus.

The reader also learns of Hitler’s military experience and his tutelage by Dietrich Eckhart, an occultist and teacher of the dark arts.

All in all, a highly recommended read, perhaps should even be considered one of the classic textbooks on the Occult roots of Nazism.

The Spear of Destiny

More horrifying is the nihilism and hopelessness of confronting the facts themselves. Most of the conspiraciob is an explanation as to how Hitler, Himmler, and others surrounding them were dealing with or possessed by evil dark forces. What really gets me is how Ravenscroft will be explaining perfectly normal things and then all of a sudden he goes off into an explanation about demons, possessions, Atlantis, reincarnation with such an incredible leap of faith that I was thoroug It took me forever to get through this book due to the overwhelming amount of information in it.


But on the other hand if you are interested in secret societies and hidden history and don’t mind un-scientific approach to subject then do give it a try. Ravenscroft, stick your spear of destiny where the sun don’t shine.

It makes you look at history from a different perspective, and gives you another explanation of I have to give this book 5 stars because I have read it three times, and conspiravion always found it profound along with its sequel ‘The mark of the Beast’.

Spear of destinyAdolf Hitler. And did anyone know it’s currently on display in Austria? Despite of what Trevor Ravenscroft thinks, this is not history, it’s fiction!

Katherine’s Church in Nuremberg, Germany is clouded in occultic significance. Aug 15, David added it. It’s about Hitler’s early life, his occult aspirations, kas his pursuit of the actual spear-head which supposedly pierced the side of Christ’s side Premise is that Hitler succumbed to the dark ethereal entities that possessed him Exorcist possession in order to obtain a very potent metaphysical weapon Spear of Destiny that can bring joy and prosperity when wielded by those with pure heart and mayhem and utter destruction when used by dark and evil entities.

I haven’t read such a mish-mash of occult and mysterious since All of these occult elements make for fascinating topics, and only near the end of the book does Ravenscroft really tie it all together by introducing the work of Rudolf Steiner into the equation. The writing is cogent and sane, if a bit pedantic. Paperbackpages. Even if we dismiss some of the claims that are more difficult to substantiate, the occult practices of the Nazis are well documented and were effective.

Very hard to read non-fiction book about the supposed spear that pierced Jesus in the side when he was on the cross. He may have looked and sounded comical, but his evil intent was to manipulate his listeners at the subconscious emotional level.

Haven’t most of us asked, “How could someone do what Conspiraion did?