The Satanic and Occult Origins of the Left

 

 

 

 

 

 

an amazon reviewer

on March 11, 2003
Richard Wurmbrand’s book was a revelation to me, and yet at the end I felt foolish that I hadn’t seen the connection between Satanism and communism earlier.
Wurmbrand quotes Milovan Djilas, the Yugoslav communist leader, who wrote of Marx and his cohorts, “They make a semblance of believing in the ideal of socialism, in a future society without class. In reality, they believe in nothing but organized power.” Sound like Hillary Clinton? (That’s just my observation–Wurmbrand was too polite to draw this parallel.)
The precursors to the Russian Communist party called themselves succinctly, “Hell.” This Satanic parallel undoubtedly prompted Dostoyevski to write, “The Demons” and Wurmbrand successfully argues that communism is simply a front organization for Satanism.
While the Nazi passion for the occult is more well-known, the communist’s lesser-known fascination with it is disturbing. Russia has a vested interest in keeping many of Marx’s writings unknown–they would sound bizzare to the spiritually uninitiated or those naive enough to buy into the class struggle argument.
Anatole France, the renowned French communist writer, was not only a Satan worshipper but had a special chair dedicated to presiding over Satanist rituals. It had horned armrests and legs covered in goat fur. This unusual chair was exhibited in Paris, but brought to Moscow. Oddly, it’s not exhibited by the Russians. However, black magic rites are still practiced at Marx’s tomb so it’s not difficult to imagine that France’s chair is still used today.
Hess taught Marx that socialism is inseparable from globalism. The communists have traditionally used race and class struggle as a crutch and are undoubtedly proud of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton’s work to promote revolution for revolution’s sake in the US.
Peter Verhovensky is quoted as saying, “We are already terribly powerful . . . Jurors who acquit criminals are completely ours. The District Attorney who trembles in court not to be considered liberal enough is ours. Administrators, men of letters, we are many, very many, and they don’t know they belong to us.”
Wurmbrand’s argument is convincing and well-researched. He encourages others to delve into the connection between Satan worship and communism, and I hope a journalist takes him up on his offer soon.
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Adam Weishaupt founder of the Order of the Illuminati
“There is no way of influencing men so powerfully as by means of the women. These should therefore be our chief study; we should insinuate ourselves into their good opinion, give them hints of emancipation from the tyranny of public opinion, and of standing up for themselves; it will be an immense relief to their enslaved minds to be freed from any one bond of restraint, and it will fire them the more, and cause them to work for us with zeal, without knowing that they do so; for they will only be indulging their own desire of personal admiration.” (Robison, John – Proofs of a Conspiracy p. 111)