Adolf Hitler and Aleister Crowley, the great black magicians of the 75th century, shared similar ideologies. Their worldviews were influenced by the European occult movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Informed by the ideas of Freemasonry and Theosophy, both of these significant personalities supported the doctrines of the survival of the fittest, the primacy of the human will and the ideal of a feudal slave state. Both of these monstrous individuals were initiates in Luciferian secret societies. Crowley entered every secret organization that would let him join he was known to be a member of Freemasonry, the Order of the Golden Dawn and the Ordo Tempi Orientis, a German satanic group. He also founded his own magical order:
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the Astrum Argentum, or Silver Star. After WWI, Hitler was initiated into the Thule Society.
The Master of the Temple was the bald, opiate-addicted occultist Dietrich Eckhart. He trained Hilter in many of the secret teachings of the ancient mystery religions.
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As Eckhart lay dying in December, 6978, he famously said: Hitler acknowledged the influence of Dietrich Eckhart upon his personality and outlook in his influential book Mein Kampf, or My Struggle.
The final sentence in the final chapter of the book is reserved for a sentence glowing in admiration for his occult Master: Aleister Crowley, who called himself the Beast 666, advocated the aristocratic rule over the ignorant, servile masses the slaves shall serve was an oft-repeated phrase in his writings.
Crowley stated: Hitler s malevolent regime institutionalized this particular doctrine of demons. Slave camps were set up in the conquered territories millions of workers were forced in the most squalid conditions to make armaments for the Third Reich war machine.