Seeking Supernormal Powers from Tibetan Lamas
The Nazis had several expeditions to Tibet, in search of artifacts that could give them supernormal Godlike powers and provide physical evidence to justify their rule. They were obsessed with the magic powers of the Tibetan lamas.
This is an original article from http://decodetheworld.substack.com
Nazi expedition to Tibet in 1937 in search for occult secrets
Nazis traveling in Tibet to learn sorcery. Himmler´s welcome gift to Nazis returning from the Nazi Tibet Expedition in 1937: Death Head Ring. Nazism was part of the Death Cult.
The Nazis acquired artifacts like the “Space Buddha” in the Tibet region.
The “Space Buddha” was carved from a meteorite. Note the swastika on the chest indicating Buddha attainment status and the discs behind the Buddha that represent His paradise.
Nazi Mass Spectacles and Rituals
League of German Girls dancing at the 1938 Reich Party Congress, Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, Germany. Mass spectacles were a key part of Nazi propaganda and the swastika was placed in the highest position.
The scale of the mass Nazi rallies was immense. Held for ritual purposes, these events captivated many people and are examples of mass spell casting. The Zeppelinfeld in Nuremberg had a capacity of 405,000 people.
From color photos from pre-war Nazi Germany at rarehistoricalphotos.com:
The symbols and colors of Nazism were all carefully orchestrated to have a maximum psychological effect.
There was nothing accidental about the structure of the crooked cross or the usage of dramatic colors such as red, white, and black. Long, draping banners and standards with Roman eagles and gilded leaves all were designed to evoke images of strength, power, and a connection to history.
Nazi symbols are alluring. They look good in an evil way. They are sharp, carefully tailored to catch the eye, and made to inspire passions. The armbands worn on black uniforms are a striking statement of virility and supreme confidence.Spell casting is a technique used by the dark arts and sorcery. Here, Hitler rehearses a speech in front of a mirror. Hand gestures are often used to cast spells on groups of people.
The New Meaning of Swastika
If the swastika was plagiarized by Hitler and subsequently demonized by the deaths of millions, what maintained the popular knowledge of this symbol and the new evil meaning over 80 years? The mainstream media news, the education system and entertainment outlets kept a drum beat for the capitalized word Holocaust, a burnt ritual sacrifice and now endowed as a proper noun, beginning in the 1960’s and contining today. Mass advertising and media promotion change behavior on a societal scale. Propaganda has the power to destroy Truth.
The difference between the word holocaust and Holocaust, which was popularized by media beginning in the 1960’s.
Laws were passed in Germany and 24 other countries against Holocaust denial (in some countries generalized to include all genocide) and Russia, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Romania have also banned Nazi symbols. It takes a well organized group with lots of media and financial power to promote these ideas on a global basis for this level of public knowledge and recall, not to mention passing laws. You hear little about the Armenian genocide (1.5m people murdered), the Bolshevik revolution in Russia (~20m killed) or Mao’s communist revolution in China, which killed at least 60m people. Those groups of victims do not have the financial and political power to promote and expose their tragedies like the group promoting knowledge of the Holocaust. Remembering all of these tragedies is important — ALL evil should be exposed and eliminated, wherever it is found.
Don’t be Misled
If the swastika is actually a good symbol that can save people, wouldn’t demonizing it turn people against it and keep them from being saved? Like the man at the parade, people are misled because the truth is hidden from them. The end result is ignorance which sadly and inevitably results in persecution, yet again. The best is for everyone to have all the facts so they can make an informed choice for their future. Everyone needs to be clear about this.