Hitler and the Occult

Hitler and the Occult

by Ken Anderson
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Hitler and the Occult 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ScottyJS More than 1 year ago
I did not find anything compelling in this book. It was well documented, but hard to come to any conclusions. Sometimes it just seemed to meander. Chapter Four on the New Testament was very disappointing. He quotes and obscure religious writer obviously read The Passover Plot and The DaVinci code and regurgitates their time worn theories. Few people subscribe to those fantasies anymore. The most laughable theory he puts forth is that the Centurion was actually the Apostle John who speared Jesus in the right place so he could be easily resuscitated. Such drivel does not belong in a volume that presumes to be historical. If you really want to learn about Hitler and the occult this is not the book to read.