The Satanist Ideology of Enslavement
July 21, 2020
Adolf Hitler and Aleister Crowley, the two great black magicians of the 20th century, shared a satanic ideology based on "the survival of the fittest" and the enslavement of the masses.
Both men were initiates in Luciferian secret societies. Crowley entered every secret organization that would let him join: Freemasonry, the Order of the Golden Dawn and the Ordo Templi Orientis, a German satanic group. He also founded his own magical order: the Astrum Argentum, or Silver Star.
"Follow Hitler! He will dance, but it is I who have called the tune! I have initiated him into the 'Secret Doctrine', opened his centers of vision and given him the means to communicate with the Powers. Do not mourn for me: for I shall have influenced history more than any other German.
Hitler acknowledged Eckhart's influence in his Mein Kampf. The final sentence in the final chapter is reserved for his occult Master:
"THE SLAVES SHALL SERVE"
Aleister Crowley, who called himself the Beast 666, advocated aristocratic rule. "The slaves shall serve" was an oft-repeated phrase in his writings. Crowley stated:
"We should have no compunction in utilizing the natural qualities of the bulk of mankind. We do not insist on trying to train sheep to hunt foxes or lecture on history; we look after their physical well-being and enjoy their wool and mutton. In this way, we shall have a contented class of slaves who accept the conditions of existence as they really are, and enjoy life with the quiet wisdom of the cattle."
Hitler's Regime institutionalized this particular doctrine of demons. Slave camps were set up in the conquered territories; millions of workers were forced to make armaments for the Third Reich war machine.
Both of these evil men believed in the promotion of the fittest people and the extermination of the weak. Crowley stated:
Should we not rather breed humanity for quality by killing off any tainted stock, as we do with other cattle? And exterminating the vermin which infects it, especially Jews and Protestant Christians?
Hitler began sterilizing and/or killing who he deemed unfit early in the Nazi regime. In 1933, the German government instituted the "Law for the Prevention of Progeny with Hereditary Diseases." This law called for the sterilization of all persons who suffered from diseases considered hereditary, including mental illness, learning disabilities, physical deformity, epilepsy, blindness, deafness, and severe alcoholism.
Both men also believed in the cold, loveless of breeding human beings. Hitler created a breeding program for his elite soldiers in the Schutzstaffel (SS) called the Lebensborn. Members of the SS were encouraged to have as many children as possible.
Both Hitler and Crowley were "New Agers." The Nazi world view and major elements of the New Age Movement are identical. They should be, after all for they both grew out of Theosophy. Their respective cosmogony, cosmology, and philosophies are identical.
Crowley emphasized the primacy of the human will, and had this tenet codified in his occult religion as his Word and Law---Thelema, or will in Greek. Crowley thought of himself as a Prophet of the human will, stating:
"I had been prepared in solitude to become such. I was now, little by little, to enter upon my life as the Prophet of the Law of Thelema."
Leni Riefenstahl's 1935 film Triumph of the Will begins with Hitler coming down out of the sky in an airplane, poised as a descending savior of the German nation. One critic commented, "Hitler is cast as a veritable German Messiah who will save the nation if only the citizenry will put its destiny in his hands."
William Ramsey is the author of Prophet of Evil: Aleister Crowley, 9/11 and the New World Order. His website is www.occult911.com
 Thule was supposedly an advanced civilization akin to Atlantis and mentioned in antiquity.
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 Crowley, Aleister, Louis Wilkinson, Hymenaeus Beta. The Law Is for All: The Authorized Popular Commentary on Liber Al Vel Legis Sub Figura CCXX, the Book of Law. Phoenix, Ariz.: New Falcon, 1996. 131. Print.
 The Law Is For All, p. 37
 Carr, Joseph J. The Twisted Cross: the Occultic Religion of Hitler and the New Age Nazism of the Third Reich. Shreveport, La., Huntington House, 1985. Print.
 In Kaballistic Gematria, Thelema equates to the number 93.
 The Law Is for All, p. 174
 The spiritual beliefs of the Thule Society led them to expect a messianic figure, a savior, referred to as 'der Starke von Oben' meaning literally: the Strong One from above.
 Winston, Brian. (1997) "Triumph of the Will"