MORNING OF THE MAGICIANS by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier
This work, published in the 1950s, was ahead of its time in terms of alerting the public about the origins, activities, and objectives of the occult.
Perhaps the most valuable information in this book is its thorough emphasis and documentation of the black magic occultic nature of Hitler’s Nazi regime. The amount of information given on this topic herein is extraordinary. Even such arcane topics as the Nazi’s interest in seeking out proof for the “hollow earth theory” are discussed in depth, again with documentation.
Another very rare bit of knowledge imparted by this book is an actually understandable explanation on the everyday activities of medieval and, yes, perhaps contemporary alchemists.
Where this book cannot be trusted, however, is in its complete absence of any reference to the Vatican and the Society of Jesus in connection with the rise to power of Hitler, nor in connection with the activities of any other of the occultic elite powers-that-be. The authors are also avowed pagans and thus, they have no concept of true, scriptural Christianity, and they are or at least seem to be actually in favor of much of what they are exposing. Thus, this is a work from which certain esoteric facts can be gleaned, but that is all.
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