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Nazis and the Occult

A simple Google search will find a reader lost in dozens of articles all claiming the same thing. Hitler and the Third Reich’s technological advancements and advantage in the Second World War can be attributed to either extraterrestrial or inter-dimensional intervention. 


It is widely known that both Hitler used, and regular soldiers were issued stimulants and other drugs in the latter years of the war. It is also widely accepted by mainline scholars and institutions that Hitler and his leadership was deep into the occult so why not aliens as well?

First, let’s define the term “alien”, because I will be using it a lot. The definition I am going to use for “alien” is not natural, and never before seen on Earth. 

It is said that Hitler’s obsession with a “pure race” started with the occult. Ancient Nordic texts speak of what some call “Tall Whites”, a god-like race of creatures, with stark blonde hair, blue eyes, and are very tall. This would be Hitler’s idea of a “master race”. His idea, taken from Ariosophy, was that once the “lesser races” were taken care of, it would trigger these god-like beings to return. These beliefs, however, were not uncommon in the German Empire and parts of Austria-Hungary in the early 20th century. Many theories and manifestos were published during this period regarding the occult, citing a “science of the soul”

Now, onto the extraterrestrials. 

There are many theories about this subject, from Roswell holding Nazi UFOs, to even Edward Snowden confirming that the aforementioned “Tall Whites” told of their National Socialist escapades during a 1954 meeting with Dwight D Eisenhower.

Assuming these documents are true, why did these aliens help Hitler? Is that what ancient god-like civilizations do when they’re bored? Pit nations against each other? We may never know. 

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