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The Reich Church - The Case For Hitler's Demon Possession

Adolf Hitler was Demon Possessed Video from Called, Chosen and Faithful

"According to his officers and those around him who knew him intimately, Adolf Hitler was controlled by demons. One said it was like a archangel that spoke through him, after he went through a trance like state. Hitler heard voice that directed him almost to the end of his life. After Satan complete his work in you, he gets rid of you. Often after he's done he compels people to kill themselves. His mission is to steal, kill and destroy. "And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. So it is no surprise if his servants, also, disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds." 2 Corinthians 11:14-15" from video introduction

"He who serves our Führer, Adolf Hitler, serves Germany, and he who serves Germany, serves God.“ — Baldur von Schirach

A persistent popular misconception of Hitler and the Nazis is that they were Christians. Nothing can be further from the truth.

Instead, Hitler and the Nazis were animated by Nordic paganism and the occult.

The John Hay Library at Brown University contains a special collection — 81 of Hitler’s vast 16,000-volume library.

One notable subject represented in the John Hay Library’s Hitler collection is the occult, including a book that Hitler had marked — Ernst Schertel’s Magic: History, Theory and Practice (1923). Ryback points to one marked sentence in Magic as quite chilling, given Hitler’s history: "He who does not carry demonic seeds within him will never give birth to a new world.”

The Seat of Satan: Pergamum and Nazi Germany - Video from The 700 Club

Interestingly the "Zepplin Tribune", the grandstand in Nuremburg was designed like the Temple of Zeus from Pergamum, which had been broke to berlin and placed in a museum. The Temple of Zeus was once thought to be a Temple for Satan on earth.

The late Father Gabriel Amorth, Vatican’s chief exorcist stated:“I am convinced that the Nazis were all possessed. All you have to do is think about what Hitler . . . did. Almost certainly they were possessed by the Devil. You can tell by their behaviour and their actions, from the horrors they committed and the atrocities that were committed on their orders.”

Vatican documents revealed that wartime pontiff Pope Pius XII attempted a long-distance exorcism of Hitler. The effort failed because, as Fr. Amorth explained, the possessed person must be consenting and willing and in the presence of the exorcist for the exorcism to succeed. Many who had known Hitler thought he was demonically possessed. Nazi Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels for example admitted he did not really know Hitler, even though he worked with and saw the Führer daily. Goebbels told his aide-de-camp, Prince Schaumburg-Lippe, that there were times when Hitler gave him “the chills.” The most striking testimony is that by Hermann Rauschning, a Nazi leader who later fled to the U.S. after the war. In his 1939 book, Hitler Told Me, Rauschning described Hitler as controlled by “malefic influences of which he was no longer the master.” A chronic insomniac, Hitler’s sleeplessness became worse after 1934, his minimal sleep frequently interrupted by crying spells and night terrors. As recounted by Rauschning, during one of his night terrors: “Hitler was standing there in his bedroom, stumbling about, looking around him with a distraught look. He was muttering: ‘It’s him! It’s him! He’s here!’ His lips had turned blue. He was dripping with sweat. Suddenly, he uttered some numbers which made no sense, then some words, then bits of sentences. It was frightening. He used terms which were strung together in the strangest way and which were absolutely weird. Then, he again became silent, although his lips continued to move. He was given a massage and something to drink. Then, all of a sudden, he screamed: ‘There! Over there! In the corner! Who is it?’ He was jumping up and down, and he was howling. They reassured him that everything was all right, and he gradually calmed down.”

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