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Most of it is not about the spear of destiny or even about Hitler having it. Citing it in a h This is a funny one. Citing it in a history paper is probably a bad idea, but at least it seems to have inspired Mike Mignola to some extent when he created the background story for Hellboy.
May 17, Michael rated it it was ok Recommends tinueblas for: THe Spear had passed like the very finger of destiny through the millenium forever creating new patterns of fate which had again and again changed the entire history of Europe.
Hitler: la conspiración de las tinieblas – Trevor Ravenscroft – Google Books
Just hitller you think that the subject is becoming too fantastic, it is backed up with a factual source. It tells the story of the chain of men who possessed the spear, from Herod to Adolf Hitler, and how they sought to change the face of history by wielding its good and evil powers.
The writing is cogent and sane, if a bit pedantic. Published June 1st by Weiser Books first published I remember reading this book in my teenage years whilst the Soviet empire was still seen as the worlds prime threat. If the legend is true, another nation will have to control the spear for that to change.
Ravenscroft, stick your spear of destiny where the sun don’t shine. He succeeded, with repercussions on world events that echo to this day. 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. Feb 11, Fishface conspiracino it really liked it Shelves: To the atheists who refuse even to entertain such claims, all I conspiradion say is that there are a LOT more things in heaven and earth, Horatio Una lectura recomendada para quienes se interesen en el tema, sobre todo porque abre perspectivas para investigar por cuenta propia.
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 thoroughly staggered.
Now I remember how he states tiinieblas the sequel to this book that when the war against radical Islam is over, a conspiraciob conflict with the Chinese will take over. Lovecraft were strongly inspired by Theosophy Before reading this, I had no idea that the Spear of Destiny mythology was so important to the German-speaking cultures with both the Holy Roman Empire and later the Austrian Habsburg dynasty basing large parts of their authority upon having the Spear of Destiny in their possession.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. It also, in a strange way, can become fuel for Holocaust deniers. The dumbest thing abo I think I read this insane book sometime in the s.
Jun 28, Stephan Friedman rated it it was amazing. Dec 10, K.
The Spear of Destiny
Maybe the worst book I’ve ever read? Ravenscroft also explores Tinirblas occult beliefs and practices, an area mainstream tinieb,as either don’t know about or, if they do, they avoid discussing because they don’t want to seem weird. The beginning phases are intoxicating, however in the sense of a novel, which I don’t believe to be the objective of the author. So the final verdict would be – interesting book that reads more like fiction than some serious book again considering the subject this is to be expected.
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However, that does not negate the fact that black magic was a part of this diabolical regime. How prescient he was indeed. Conspracion lays out that Hitler was greatly influenced by Richard Wagner, Friedrich Nietzsche, Frederick Hegel and Houston Stewart Chamberlain who all believed in and proponents of the false Aryan racial supremacy philosophy, exaggerated Nordic fanaticism and an embrace of pan-Germanism.
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