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It said: "Hitler cult revealed! Discovered alive in India: Hitler's guru. You can now purchase the complete set of tape cassette recorded, live interviews with Hitler's guru Savitri Devi at her home in India.
Hitler book, weapons, ammo found in militia raids When historian-writer Clarke, a professor of western esotericism at the University of Exeter in southern Britain and the author of several books on occultism, esotericism and the history of their intersection with Nazi politics, came across the flyer, he was intrigued by the idea of a Hindu occultist espousing the Furher's Nazi religious ideology in pre-Independence India. Clarke decided to follow up the card-flyer. At this time, she was already developing her own Aryan-Nazi religion, sprinkling her lectures with references to 'Mein Kampf' and seeking correspondence between Hitlerism and Hinduism as supposed joint heirs of ancient Aryan wisdom," Clarke said.
Those who were religiously inclined even saw Stalin and Hitler as redeemers," the writer said. Savitri Devi first "observed pictures of the Fuhrer on the household altars of Indian families". Her life is one of occult mysteries and strange karmic dreams. In this window onto the roots and evolution of international neo-Nazism, Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke reveals the powerful impact of one of fascism's most creative minds.
Savitri Devi's influence on neo-Nazism and other hybrid strains of mystical fascism has been continuos since the mids. Deeply impressed by its racial heritage and caste-system, she emigrated to India, where she developed her racial ideology, in the early s. Her works have been reissued and distributed through various neo-Nazi networks and she has been lionized as a foremother of Nazi ideology. Her appeal to neo-Nazi sects lies in the very eccentricity of her thought - combining Aryan supremacism and anti-Semitism with Hinduism, social Darwinisn, animal rights, and a fundamentally biocentric view of life - and has resulted in curious, yet potent alliances in radical ideology.