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For those stupid enough as to Pronounce that NWO leaders are not Satan Inspired.

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« on: September 08, 2012, 02:05:46 pm »



Magic - History, Theory, Practice
Author - Ernst Schertel (Author)
Publisher - COTUM
Publication date - 13 May 2009
Language - English
Format - Paperback, 142 pages
ISBN - 978-0-578-02457-8

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In May of 2003, Timothy Ryback, the author of "Hitler's Private Library: The Books That Shaped His Life" had an article published in The Atlantic Monthly. In the article he detailed several of the books held in a portion of Hitler's library at Brown University. Mr. Ryback also mentioned some of the passages Hitler marked in these books. One particular passage was worthy of attention: "He who does not carry demonic seeds within him will never give birth to a new world."

This of course, without me having read the book, be an inference intended to negate any possibility of avoidance of the Bible's Assertion that all those serving the current socio-political order or establishment, inevitably form part of 'Satan's World'.
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Originally published in Germany in 1923 by Dr. Ernst Schertel, Magic: History / Theory / Practice, in its original German edition, was a hardcover book consisting of 154 pages.

Schertel identifies heavily with the "demonic" in Magic, espousing the belief that "communion with the demon" is the most important aspect of magical/religious practice.

In 2003 it was revealed that Schertel had sent a dedicated copy of the book to Adolf Hitler. Hitler read the book and marked several passages.[1] A total of sixty-six annotations were made by Hitler in his copy. Eventually the Hitler copy was obtained from the John Hay Library at Brown University and the book was translated into English with his annotations added.


Some of the passages marked by Hitler include:
“False images are necessary for the recognition of truth.”
“He who does not have the demonic seed within himself will never give birth to a magical world.”
“Satan is the beginning…”
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Source [wikipedia] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic:_History,_Theory_and_Practice
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