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Nazis the Chosen People of Satan

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by: Timo Vilo
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Publication Date: July 10, 2024
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 192
Binding: Hardcover Case Wrap
Color: Black and White
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Book Synopsis
This book is based on the word of the Bible, which is God's revelation to mankind. The Bible talks about God's plan for the world He created. This book also explains Satan's influence on world history and the course of events. His attempt to prevent the fulfillment of God's plan.
According to the Bible, Israel and the Jews are God's chosen people. Israel is an important part of God's plan. So, it can't be just bad luck that the Jews have been subjected to so much persecution. Into whatever land they have wandered, persecution has soon begun. There must be a supernatural and planned influence behind the events.
Satan often imitates God in his actions. This is how Satan has also chosen a people for himself, at least temporarily. In the 1930s and -40s, the German Nazis were clearly on Satan's side when they tried to destroy the Jewish people.

Sometimes the events of history can also be directly connected to the story of the Bible. For example, the apostle John, while imprisoned on the island of Patmos, was given a revelation from Jesus concerning the seven early churches. In the Revelation, it was said, among other things, that in the city of Pergamon is the throne of Satan. The altar built for Satan was discovered in the 19th century by a German archaeologist in the same decade as Hitler was born. The altar was moved to Berlin and opened to the public in 1930, i.e. the same year that Hitler also moved to Berlin as a budding politician. After this, the Nazi Party experienced supernatural success in the modern state and among the people with a high level of education. This was the beginning of the worst persecution of the Jews. And when Hitler died, the altar was also taken away from Berlin. It was taken as a spoil of war by Soviet soldiers.
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Anonymous
Posted: July 10, 2024
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Interesting idea that Christians would be an important source of anti-Semitism.
An interesting topic overall.
And probably this has really happened in Germany.