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Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy (1998)

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How Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime made use of ancient mysticism and occultism to win the war. The Nazi's also used occult mind control techniques to brainwash Germans to perceive themselves as the master-race.

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Lester Thomas Shane (as Lester Shane)
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Malcolm McDowell ... Narrator (voice)
Michael Kater Michael Kater ... Himself, professor of history
Peter Padfield Peter Padfield ... Himself - historian
J.H. Brennan J.H. Brennan ... Himself, author of the 'Occult Reich'
Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke ... Himself, historian, Oxford University
George L. Mosse George L. Mosse ... Himself, professor of history (as George Mosse)
Henry Metelmann Henry Metelmann ... Himself - former member of the Hitler Youth
Wolfgang Rüdiger Hess Wolfgang Rüdiger Hess ... Himself - son of Rudolf Hess (as Wolf Rudiger Hess)
Mark Weitzman Mark Weitzman ... Himself, director, Simon Wiesenthal Center
John Matthews John Matthews ... Himself, author on Grail mythology
Nigel Pennick Nigel Pennick ... Himself - author on pagan lore
Gottfried Wagner Gottfried Wagner ... Himself - great-grandson of Richard Wagner
Richard Grunberger Richard Grunberger ... Himself, German historian
Wilhelm Hoettl Wilhelm Hoettl ... Himself - former SS officer
Charles Harvey Charles Harvey ... Himself, astrologer
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How Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime made use of ancient mysticism and occultism to win the war. The Nazi's also used occult mind control techniques to brainwash Germans to perceive themselves as the master-race. Astrology, Reincarnation, a new blood religion. In this chilling yet fascinating glimpse at recent historical events, discover how Nazi beliefs were based on a perversion of ancient myths, pagan lore and the occult. In their quest to create an Aryan super race, the Nazis left no myth or religion unexploited, using astrological forecasts to plan battles; pendulums to locate allied battleships; the prophesies of Nostradamus to frighten the Allies, and sacred symbols, such as Nordic runes, to inspire their warriors to battle. Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy explores the disturbing ways the Third Reich linked occult practices with political aims and created a reign of terror unparalleled in history. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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USA

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English

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In several places, the stock footage being shown does not match the narration. For example, there's mention of how the Nazis had to get rid of the SA, yet they show pictures of marching SS troopers and a discussion of how mentally challenged children were exterminated is shown with footage of the Warsaw Ghetto. See more »

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An interesting documentary
2 May 2000 | by action-6See all my reviews

Nazis-the occult conspiracy is a documentary about how the Hitler and the Nazis made use of occultism to win the war, and to remind the Germans that they were the best humans on the planet, the master-race. There are better documentaries around, but this is a solid documentary. There are many rare pictures from Nazi-Germany to be seen here, and you get to learn more about the religous beliefs of nazi-leaders like: Hitler, Goebbles, Göring, Hess and Himmler. I can`t advice people enough to watch documentaries about Nazi-Germany, because they show how crazy and evil humans can be.


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