Adolf Hitler and Aleister Crowley, the great black magicians of the 20th century, shared similar ideologies. Their worldviews were influenced by the European occult movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Informed by the ideas of Freemasonry and Theosophy, both of these significant personalities supported the doctrines of the survival of the fittest, the primacy of the human will and the ideal of a feudal slave state.
Both of these monstrous individuals were initiates in Luciferian secret societies. Crowley entered every secret organization that would let him join—he was known to be a member of Freemasonry, the Order of the Golden Dawn and the Ordo Tempi Orientis, a German satanic group. He also founded his own magical order: the Astrum Argentum, or Silver Star. After WWI, Hitler was initiated into the Thule Society. The occult Thule secret society included in its membership judges, police chiefs, professors, and industrialists. The Master of the Temple was the bald, opiate-addicted occultist Dietrich Eckhart. He trained Hilter in many of the secret teachings of the ancient mystery religions. As Eckhart lay dying in December, 1923, he famously said:
Hitler acknowledged the influence of Dietrich Eckhart upon his personality and outlook in his influential book Mein Kampf, or My Struggle. The final sentence in the final chapter of the book is reserved for a sentence glowing in admiration for his occult Master:
Aleister Crowley, who called himself the Beast 666, advocated the aristocratic rule over the ignorant, servile masses; “the slaves shall serve” was an oft-repeated phrase in his writings. Crowley stated:
Hitler’s malevolent regime institutionalized this particular doctrine of demons. Slave camps were set up in the conquered territories; millions of workers were forced in the most squalid conditions to make armaments for the Third Reich war machine.
Both of these evil men believed in the promotion of what they believed to be the fittest people and that the weak and defenseless in any society should be exterminated. Crowley stated:
Hitler began sterilizing and/or killing who he deemed unfit early in the Nazi regime. In 1933, the German government instituted the “Law for the Prevention of Progeny with Hereditary Diseases.” This law called for the sterilization of all persons who suffered from diseases considered hereditary, including mental illness, learning disabilities, physical deformity, epilepsy, blindness, deafness, and severe alcoholism. With the law’s passage, the Third Reich also stepped up its propaganda against the disabled, regularly labeling them “life unworthy of life” or “useless eaters” and highlighting their burden upon society. Soon, a compulsory euthanasia program followed, and thousands of individuals disappeared from institutions in Germany, never to be seen again. Hitler approved the systematic murder of over 15 million civilians, and millions more soldiers died over the course of WWII. A detailed system concentration camps devoted to war and death production were placed throughout the Third Reich.
Both men also believed in the cold, loveless of breeding human beings. Hitler created a breeding program for his elite soldiers in the Shutzstaffel (SS) called the Lebensborn. Members of the SS were encouraged to have as many children as possible.
Both Hitler and Crowley were both New Agers—Crowley promoted the emergence of an illuminated New Age, or New Aeon, and constantly emphasized his ideal for new order of human existence in his writings. Hitler frequently referred to a New Age in his speeches, and considered his Third Reich a new political entity for a Nietzschean New Man:
There are a number of peculiar connections between the Beast and the German dictator. Aleister Crowley spent time in Germany near the end of the Weimar Republic, during the time of Hitler’s years of ascent into the Chancellery of the German state. Also, Major General J.F.C. Fuller, a devoted occultist and follower of Crowley, was one of only two Englishmen invited to celebrate Hitler’s 50th birthday party.
Crowley emphasized the primacy of the human will, and had this tenet codified in his occult religion as his Word and Law—Thelema, or will in Greek. Crowley thought of himself as a Prophet of the human will, stating:
In Hitler’s Germany, Leni Riefenstahl’s film Triumph of the Will was released in 1935 and became the best known piece of cinematic political propaganda in world history. The film begins with Hitler coming down out of the sky in an airplane, poised as a descending savior of the German nation. One critic commented “Hitler is cast as a veritable German Messiah who will save the nation, if only the citizenry will put its destiny in his hands.” Hitler, the dominant antichrist figure of the 20th Century, scorched the earth with death and destruction while following his own true will.
These aforementioned demonic values serve as the model for the New World Order, where the principles of Crowley and Hitler will cover the entire planet. Considering all the similarities in their connections to secret societies and occult doctrines, the near carbon-copy correlations in thought and ideology between Crowley and Hitler cannot be dismissed.
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 Thule was a supposedly an advanced civilization akin to Atlantis and mentioned in antiquity.
 Hitler, Adolf. Mein Kampf. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001. 524. Print.
 Crowley, Aleister, Louis Wilkinson, Hymenaeus Beta. The Law Is for All: the Authorized Popular Commentary on Liber Al Vel Legis Sub Figura CCXX, the Book of Law. Phoenix, Ariz.: New Falcon, 1996. 131. Print.
 The Law Is For All, p. 37
 Carr, Joseph J. The Twisted Cross: the Occultic Religion of Hitler and the New Age Nazism of the Third Reich. Shreveport, La., Huntington House, 1985. Print.
 In Kaballistic Gematria, Thelema equates to the number 93.
 The Law Is for All, p. 174
 The spiritual beliefs of the Thule Society led them to expect a messianic figure, a savior, referred to as ‘der Starke von Oben’ meaning literally: the Strong One from above.