Massacre in Norway--the alternate target
Jul 23, 2011
As I have often written, when we protect the primary targets in a prayer campaign, the enemy normally takes a secondary target in an unprotected area that is more vulnerable. We have had many watch dates from July 15-22, but the 22nd was our prime watch date for "results." This time the secondary target was Norway. At least ninety-one people were killed by a "right wing extremist."
The roots of "right-wing extremism" go back many years, obviously to the conflict between far-right Nazi and far-left Communist conflicts. These conflicts have continued long after WW2 under new names, mostly through infiltration into already-existing political parties.
The influence of Tibetan Tantrism in politics goes back at least to Madame Blavatsky's Theosophical Society, founded in 1875, who brought it to the Western world.
According to her own story as told to a later biographer, she spent the years 1848 to 1858 traveling the world. She visited Egypt, France, Canada (Quebec), England, South America, Germany, Mexico, India, Greece, and especially Tibet, where she studied for some years with the ascetics to whom she referred as Brothers. Blavatsky was initiated for theosophical work while in Tibet.
Her books provided some inspiration to the occult Thule Society in Germany, which sponsored the Duetsche Arbeiterpartei (DAP), which was later transformed by Hitler into the Nazi Party. Even the swastika symbol was borrowed from the Buddhists:
It becomes clear during the interview that these right-wing groups have neither remorse, nor more importantly, any real idea why they use (even quasi-worship) Third Reich iconography and ideals. While the swastika, as numerous historians and authors note, has its origins in a Buddhist tradition and was bastardized by Germany’s National Socialists in the early twentieth century, the SS icons and the use of various pieces of Nazi uniform are not so easily excused.
During the Russian Revolution, we find the "Order of Buddhist Warriors" fighting the Bolsheviks in an early conflict between right and left. The so-called "avenging lama" named Dambijantsan was joined by the Byelorussian general, Roman von Ungern Sternberg in 1919 and built an army of Russians, Mongolians, Tibetans, and Chinese. Their uniforms included the swastika and the initials of the "living Buddha." Sternberg is thus known as the precursor to the Nazi movement.
In 1938, Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber joined the German SS and then was given instructions by Hitler and Himmler to climb Nanga Parbat in the Himalayas. Himmler was fascinated by Tibet, believing it to be the cradle of humanity where the "Aryan root race" had created a secret or lost kingdom of Shambala, using the symbol of the swastika as its "wheel of teaching."
Harrer was in India when WW2 broke out, and he was detained there by the British. However, he managed to escape in 1944 and went to Tibet. Somehow he became the tutor of the young Dalai Lama until the early 1950's, assigned to teach him the English language and also about western civilization. Herrer returned to Germany in 1952.
The movie, Seven Years in Tibet, starring Brad Pitt, was a sanitized version of his story. It said nothing of Harrer's Nazi past.
Mussolini's chief ideologist in the 1940's was Julius Evola. Before his death in 1974, he wrote many books and articles promoting occult rituals that showed a strong connection to Tantric Buddhism. One of his pupils, Miguel Serrano, was a Chilean diplomat in Pinochet's fascist regine. He was also a personal friend of the Dalai Lama. In 1978 he began to write openly of his admiration for Hitler in his book, The Golden Ribbon--Esoteric Hitlerism. Later, he published Adolf Hitler, the Last Avatar, where he states on page 330 that "esoteric Hitlerism is tantric." By the word "tantric," of course, he refers to Tantric Buddhism practiced by the Dalai Lama.
The German "SS" was short for schwarze Sonne, or "Black Sun." It was divided into two parts: the inner circle and outer circle. The inner circle were the occultists, the "men of the black sun." This corresponded to the Tantric Buddhist "planet of darkness," called Rahu, referred to in the Kalachakra Tantra. Miguel Serrano wrote about this in his book, The Hermetic Circle. The SS officers in the outer circle knew little or nothing of what was going on secretly in the inner circle.
Serrano visited with the Dalai Lama a number of times over the years. It appears that they first met in 1959 when the Dalai Lama crossed the border into India when exiled from Tibet. Serrano again met the Dalai Lama at the airport in 1992 when he visited Chile.
Whereas the Nazis sought occult spiritual empowerment from Tibet, the Communists sought power by destroying all religion and spiritual influences. This was the ideological root of the conflict between left and right, and it also goes far to explain the antagonism that Communist China has today with the Dalai Lama. China intends to maintain control of Tibet, partly to control the border with its rival India, and partly (I believe) to try to control Tantric Buddhism.
With this brief background, we can obtain a little better look at yesterday's event in Norway. As I said, it represents an "alternate target" after being denied the primary target here in America. When the Dalai Lama was unable to create the portal in Washington on July 16, to empower thousands of Buddhist priests by their "gods," they took it out on the people of Norway, using a "right-wing extremist" with apparent Neo-Nazi connections.
Dr. Stephen Jones