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Hitler tried to find the birthplace of kalki

Hitler tried to find the birthplace of kalki

Shambhala is said to be the birthplace of the legendary avatar Kalki, the last reincarnation of Vishnu, who is said to bring about the end of Kaliyuga and start of Satya Yuga.

The place itself is said to be a haven where only true love and wisdom rule the land, and can only be accessed by those who have a pure heart. Here, the Kalki avatar would unleash his true power, finalizing the destruction of man, after which Shambhala would rule the world, and the holy people of the city would be led into Satya Yuga.

However, did you know that Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi party and causer of World War II himself, actually had sought out the holy kingdom of Shambhala?

According to certain texts, Hitler was actually fascinated with Indian rituals and practices. In his youth, he was said to have joined the American Indian Peyote Cult, which began his path to his desire for more theological knowledge.

He learned about Shambhala, and afterwards became obsessed with searching to find it. He also gained a deep association with yoga and other similar theosophies. Later on in Germany, he joined the Ultima Thule, a mysterious and unknown group, which is supposedly from where the Nazi Party got their start.

After he came into power, Hitler established the Ministry of Ancestral Memories, which was done under the Munich University’s Sanskrit Department’s chairman.

In fact, the Nazis’ and Hitler’s adoption of the swastika is because of his interest in Sanskrit, with the symbol having the ability to give good luck and well-being. He would later organize several missions to Tibet, lured by the prospect of finding the land of Shambhala.

Hitler made connections with the kingdom Agartha, which claims to be the closest to the holy land. However, despite their many efforts, the Nazi’s never succeeded in finding the future birthplace of Kalki.

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