Hitler was an evil man. A very, very evil man. He was not a garden variety of evil. He was thoroughly possessed by Satan. His spiritual mainstay was Theosophy – an esoteric, racist, highfalutin rendition of occultism. The beliefs of Theosophy are predominantly based on the writings of Helena Blavatsky. Wikipedia describes her as an occultist. She was one of two cofounders of Theosophy. (The other was Henry Olcott). She was so racist she described some people as “semi-animal creatures,” said some people emerged from crossings with “semi-human stocks.” She’s the godmother of the New Age movement. Her Theosophical ideas contributed significantly to Nazi ideology. […]
This is Part 2 of Total Man. Please read Part 1 here.
The law of visualisation says you must see it before you see it. That’s because you can edit yourself. You have the capacity to become what you see. You can write your history in advance. And so to maximise your potential as a man you must learn to use your imagination, you must be creative. And you must learn to reason analytically. You can’t do Twitter reasoning.
There are four men mentioned in scriptures. There’s that bloke we all know from Genesis, the guy named Adam. Then there’s the mediator between God and mankind – the Man Christ Jesus. 1 Timothy 2:5. He is sui generis – a very unique man. Then there’s the recreated man Paul wrote about in 2 Corinthians 5:17. You’ve been taught a lot about this man in church. Lastly, there’s the man of sin, the personage popularly referred to as Antichrist. 2 Thessalonians 2:3-10. The man we’re dealing with here is the bloke from Genesis, Adam. He’s the mechanical engineering template for mankind.