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Messages 2011

A Nazi’s Experiences in the Spirit World.

September 18th, 2011

Berkeley, California

Received by FAB

 

I am here, Heinrich Himmler.

I am the first Nazi of the Third Reich to channel a message through you, a Jew. You have just read [in Adolf Hitler, Volume II, by John Toland] that I had kindness to some of the Reich’s victims, and I did. I retain those memories.

But they have not benefited me, for even up to now, I am in the most horrible torment. I have often thought that what I endure is even worse than what we Nazis inflicted on others. I know your mind cannot grasp this idea, with your knowledge of the unspeakable tortures we inflicted on those we thought were dangerous vermin. This spirit world has shouted at me that this basic idea of ours is not at all true. There are Nazi spirits who still do not see this, and who continue to think as they did on Earth, even though the evidence contradicts their belief. For me, I am fully aware of the gross evil I committed, and so I have no consolation.

There are many of your contemporaries who suffer from the same perverted point of view I had. They think they are justified in harming and killing others, and they rationalize it. But God is not mocked, and the time will come when their fate will be the same as mine. It makes no difference how it is justified; the results are the same. The ends do not justify the means. This spirit world reveals that in an unmistakable way.

Yes, I was allowed to come to you tonight because you have learned of my humanity to some, and thus you would not find my presence disturbing. I can understand the care taken by your guides, since you lost relatives in what we did.

No matter how sincerely and passionately a person may believe something, if it is out of harmony with the moral law, the corresponding response is automatic and inevitable.

I’ve been told that relief is possible, but I do not see it. I am condemned to suffer, and I have had to endure the taunts of those I tormented. And what could I say? I had done wrong, and now, I pay for it.

I am happy you are comfortable with my presence. I see no hatred in you toward me, and I am told by your Angel guide that love casteth out fear. You are a little overwhelmed to make contact for the first time with someone like me, and I can assure you, I mean you no harm. Besides, your guides would not permit harm to come to you anyway.

In my young life, I wanted to do brave, noble things. But instead, I damned my soul. Oh, don’t do what I have done, mortals! But some follow blindly the path I took, and so they will find waiting for them a hell indeed.

 

Heinrich Luitpold Himmler (October 1900 – 23 May 1945) was Reichsfuhrer of the SS, a military commander, and a leading member of the Nazi Party. As Chief of the German Police and later the Minister of the Interior, Himmler oversaw all internal and external police and security forces, including the Gestapo (Secret State Police). Serving as Reichsfuhrer and later as Commander of the Replacement (Home) Army and General Plenipotentiary for the entire Reich’s administration (Generalbevollmachtigter fur die Verwaltung), Himmler rose to become one of the most powerful men in Nazi Germany as well as one of the persons most directly responsible for the Holocaust.

As overseer of the concentration camps, extermination camps, and Einsatzgruppen (literally: task forces, often used as killing squads), Himmler coordinated the killing of some six million Jews, between 200,000 and 500,000 Roma, many prisoners of war, and possibly another three to four million Poles, communists, or other groups whom the Nazis deemed unworthy to live or simply “in the way”, including homosexuals, people with physical and mental disabilities, Jehovah’s Witnesses and members of the Confessing Church. Shortly before the end of the war, he offered to surrender both Germany and himself to the Western Allies if he were spared prosecution. After being arrested by British forces on 22 May 1945, he committed suicide the following day before he could be questioned. (Source: Wikipedia)

 

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