Occultism is a broad term that encompasses many different practices and beliefs related to mystical and magical powers. The history of the occult goes back to ancient times, when people believed in the existence of spirits and gods that could influence their lives.
In the Middle Ages, the occult was associated with alchemy, which sought to turn ordinary metals into gold and find the elixir of immortality. In the Renaissance, occultism became more systematic and scientific, and famous figures such as John Dee, Henry Cornelius Agrippa, and Paracelsus emerged.
In the 19th century, the occult became popular among elite circles in Europe and the United States. Then the term “occultism” appeared, which described all forms of mystical and magical practices. Many organizations were founded during this period, such as the Theosophical Society and the Order of the Golden Dawn.
One of the most famous figures associated with the occult in the 20th century was Adolf Hitler. He was convinced that the German people were the heirs of a superior race and should restore their former power and greatness.
Hitler became interested in the occult as early as the early 1920s, when he was the leader of the National Socialist Workers’ Party. He frequented Aryan mystical groups and claimed to have obtained his knowledge of the superior race from his “mystical studies”, astral travel or visions.
In 1923, Hitler attempted to stage a coup d’état known as the Beer Hall Putsch. He was arrested and sent to prison, where he began writing his book, “Mein Kampf” (“My Struggle”). In this book, Hitler described in detail his mystical ideas and beliefs.
One of the main concepts in Hitler’s occultism was the idea of the “Aryan race”. He argued that the Aryans are the highest race and should rule the world. He also believed in the existence of secret societies that controlled world events.
In 1933, Hitler became Chancellor of Germany and he began to actively promote his occult ideas. He created the Ahnenerbe organization, which was engaged in the study of ancient mystical traditions and archaeological finds. He also supported mystical practices such as astrology and divination.
During World War II, Hitler continued to use occult ideas in his propaganda. He believed that the German soldiers were stronger and more powerful due to their connection with the Aryan race.
One of the most famous projects associated with Hitler’s occultism was Project Witch. This project was about creating a new type of weapon that would be similar to magic spells. However, the project was closed in 1944 due to lack of resources and time.
But, what is even more interesting, the Germans did find a way out to one of the most powerful secret societies of that time. Moreover, they were able to get him into allies.
The Green Dragon is a mystical Tibetan or Japanese occult order, mentioned in esoteric and historical fiction from the beginning of the 20th to the beginning of the 21st centuries.
It is alleged that this order allegedly collaborated with the Theosophical Society and the Thule Society, influenced the famous secular figures of Europe who traveled to the East – to Tibet and Japan. It is alleged that Nazis of Tibetan (or Kalmyk) appearance were allegedly discovered during the capture of Berlin in World War II. Some of them died at machine guns; and others lay dead in a circle with occult paraphernalia, and in the center of the circle of them lay their leader with green gloves on, revered by the Nazis and “Tibetans” as the “new messiah” and “the man in green gloves”
The order was devoted to the study of mystical and esoteric teachings, as well as practices related to spiritual development. Its members were trained in magic, astrology, divination and other occult practices.
The order was known for its close association with the Japanese government and the imperial family. Its members held high positions in the government and military structures.
One of the most famous members of the order was Yukito Mitsumaru, the Japanese envoy to the United States during World War I. He was known for his occult interests and claimed that he could communicate with ancestral spirits.
In 1945, Japan was defeated in World War II and the Order of the Green Dragon was disbanded. However, its influence continued, and some of its members continued to hold high positions in Japanese society.
We are not interested in politics but in historical connections. For example, how the greatest executioner of the 20th century, through the “Green Dragon”, was connected with the harmless Theosophical Society.
The Society was founded on November 17, 1875 in New York by Helena Blavatsky, Colonel Henry Olcott and William Quan Judge.
Blavatsky was not directly connected with Hitler, as she died already in 1891, long before the First World War. However, it is not the person that matters, but the idea.
Seven races succeed one another. The first, the root race of the Earth, consisted of gelatinous amorphous creatures, the second had “a more definite body composition.”
The fifth root race is living on earth at the present time. The spiritual forces of mankind in the course of its evolution were depleted, reached a minimum in the fourth race.
But as long as the fifth race is moving towards transformation, they will increase.
The fifth race will pass into the sixth, and from the sixth the most worthy will find themselves in the seventh race.
Occultism runs like a red thread throughout history. Even Hitler had no personal enmity towards Arabs and Jews. He believed that they were representatives of the spiritually poor fourth race. With his death, alas, occult ideas have not gone away. They are alive, and, what Adolf did not complete, his followers are very likely trying to complete. “Beautiful, enlightened, spiritual” who imagine themselves to be representatives of the fifth race.
If we consider all real events in combination with historical events and knowledge about esoteric cults, then everything falls into place.