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The Spear of Destiny has ratings and 36 reviews. Cwn_annwn_13 said: Book that claims Hitler was a satan worshipper who acquired a magic spear that wa. : Hitler: la conspiración de las tinieblas () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at. : Hitler la conspiracion de las tinieblas: Trad. José Manuel Pomares. Ilustrado. Cartoné páginas.

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This one is a really really weird book. Citing it in a h This is a funny one. Assuming total power over the nation, he would be responsible tinieglas day for reducing the whole of Germany to rubble and its people to a defeat and moreal degradation hitherto unknown to history.

In my opinion there is much to the world around us than it is visible – there are many currently unexplainable things that one day will be explained. It makes you look at history from a different perspective, and gives you another explanation of I have kas give this book 5 stars because I have read it three times, and have always found it profound along with its sequel ‘The mark of the Beast’.

Hitler: la conspiración de las tinieblas – Trevor Ravenscroft – Google Books

The book is also ripe with conspiracy theories, secret societies, mythical references and prophetic beliefs. The spear of Longinus came to be known as the Spear of Destiny because the legend surrounding the weapon stated that whatever nation possessed the spear would control the fate of the world.

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 tknieblas story for Hellboy. Does the introduction of bizarre supernatural mythology make Nazis more scary?

Ravenscroft also explores Hitler’s occult beliefs and practices, an area mainstream historians either don’t know about or, if they do, they avoid discussing because they don’t want to seem weird.


Somewhere in the middle book seems to loose its footing and starts a spiral into such a static-noise of numerous characters, re-incarnations, hidden histories and events that your head will spin until it ends in such a abrupt manner it is unbelievable – I had to re-read the ending few times in order to make sure I am not missing pages.

The Spear of Destiny

According to conspiraccion legend associated with the Spear of Longinus, the claimant to this talisman of power has a choice between the service of two opposing Spirits in the fulfilment of his world historic aims — a Good and an Evil Spirit. The book was written in the mids, over a decade after Stein died.

I also think the book was improperly titled. Lovecraft tinieblsa strongly inspired by Theosophy Las raices se remontan al siglo IX, e incluso antes. Now that is scarily precient for a author’s prediction from Keep in mind that it requires large amount of effort to finish.

Perhaps it is simply because Weiser printed lots and lots of copies, and they are still unloading them on the public. So it gets 4 stars for fascinating content and a compelling story that takes readers way out of the banality of evil into the full horror of it.

Ironically, the least convincing aspect of the book is Trevor Ravenscroft’s main thesis of Hitler being motivated so much by the quest for the Spear of Destiny. It is a well-told tale of obsession with the occult, power, violence and evil.

Frank Baum, Robert E. Dec 14, Jon rated it did not like it. Want to Read saving….

Most of the book is an explanation as to how Hitler, Himmler, and others surrounding them were dealing with or possessed by evil dark forces.

The author also relays personal accounts who saw the madness and evil take control of Hitler as he pursued ultimate tineblas through the spear and his dark destiny. Basically, this means that most of the presented information about Hitler’s occult xonspiracion rely on the author’s 30 year old recollections of conversations with someone who in turn was also relying on year recollections of conversations with a young Hitler.


Mar 24, jackie rated it did not like cohspiracion. The dumbest thing about conspiracy theories is that they undermine and diminish our appreciation of the already horrible true aspects of society The author provides plenty of historical references and quotations.

The Spear of Destiny by Trevor Ravenscroft

Towards the last pages of this book I was getting quite bored. To the atheists who refuse even to entertain such claims, all I can say is that there are a LOT more things in heaven and earth, Horatio All that’s before we get into the chapters near the end where Ravenscroft tries to connect Tibetan Buddhism to both modern Satanism by way of ancient Atlantean occultism, or halts the book almost completely to promote his idiosyncratic interpretation of Christianity which is strongly inspired by Theosophy and Rudolf Steiner.

Trivializing by conflating fact and fiction.

Straight-faced, yet completely nutty story about Hitler’s fascination with the occult powers of the Spear of Longinus and the efforts of Rudolph Steiner, his arch-nemesis, to foil Hitler’s attempts to get hold consipracion the spear.

The role and impact of the Luciferic Spirit is evident in the life and downward spiral of Adolf Hitler. The book is more than a tale of the Spear of Destiny, it is the tale of the temptation, obsession of the occult and the ultimate possession of Adolf Hitler.