Mainstream academia has often paid little, or scant, attention to the fact that Hitler worked for Army intelligence after World War One; that his mandate was to infiltrate extreme political organisations, gather intelligence, and report back to his army superiors. It was in this role that Hitler came to learn of the German Workers Party, headed by Anton Drexler. Hitler was apparently impressed with many of the ideas discussed at meetings, and soon became a regular speaker himself. And the rest, as they say, is History.
But is it?
Many of the histories of Hitler and the Third Reich are all notable for one glaring emission: namely, that Hitler spent a year in England between 1912-1913. Hitler’s sister in law even confirmed this in her book, The Memoirs of Bridget Hitler (1979). In my book, which should finally be ready by early winter 2015, I have documented the early life of Adolf Hitler; I demonstrate how he frequented the occult and homosexual underworld of pre-war Vienna; that he became a protégée of Jory Lanz von Liebenfels, and Guido von List, both members of an occult fraternity called the Secret Order of the New Templars, who practised sex magic as part of their initiation rituals – as, indeed, the Knights Templar had done. I also demonstrate that Hitler experimented with hallucinogenic drugs, and altered states of consciousness; that he would allude to an “inner voice” later on in life, remarking that “I follow my course with the precision and security of a sleepwalker”. I posit that Hitler was allowed to escape at the very end of the war, because of his connections to these very same elite occult fraternities; an interlocking network of secret societies descended from the Knights Templar, and whose very inner sanctum now control and steer organisations like Bilderberg.
I have recently come across the work of New Zealand author Greg Hallett, whose book Hitler was a British Agent, represents – at least from my point of observation – the final piece of the complex puzzle that is the life of Adolf Hitler. Hallett draws upon the testimony of a network of retired intelligence operatives, as well as piecing together a wide range of persuasive circumstantial evidence. I will provide a brief summary of his main arguments below:
• Hitler was trained at the British Military Psych-Ops War School at Tavistock in Devon and Ireland from February to November 1912.
• Hitler was programmed and brainwashed during his training in Britain.
• Hitler returned to Germany in May 1913 and enlisted in the German Army.
• Hitler was captured twice in World War One. On both occasions, he was spared by British intelligence.
• Hitler was used by the occult nucleus within British intelligence to foment war and bring Europe to its knees.
• Hitler was an agent of the international banking syndicate that he openly denounced in many of his speeches.
Whilst I do not agree with everything Hallett has written, I share his belief that History is merely theatre; that war is the greatest deception to be perpetrated on the human race; that wars are never waged for the reasons ascribed by our leaders, but instead are fomented by the puppet masters who lurk in the shadows.
More to follow.