Zodiac and Swastika

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Zodiac and Swastika
Zodiac and Swastika.jpg
Cover of the first American edition
AuthorWilhelm Wulff
Original titleTierkreis und Hakenkreuz: Als Astrologe an Himmlers Hof
CountryGermany
LanguageGerman
SubjectNazi occultism
Published
Media typePrint

Zodiac and Swastika: How Astrology Guided Hitler's Germany (German: Tierkreis und Hakenkreuz: Als Astrologe an Himmlers Hof) is a 1968 book by Wilhelm Wulff. It was released in 1973 in the United States by Coward, McCann & Geoghegan and in the United Kingdom by Arthur Barker Limited of London. The English edition has a foreword by the historian Walter Laqueur.

The historian Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke takes the book as evidence that Wulff was consulted by Heinrich Himmler in the last weeks of the war.[1] However, Goodrick-Clarke does not deal with Wulff's claim that as early as 1943 he got the assignment to locate Benito Mussolini, who had disappeared after being ousted from power.

Wulff claims that Arthur Nebe and Walter Schellenberg had assigned him various astrological tasks. He also mentions that they had used pendulum dowsers like Ludwig Straniak for similar purposes.

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  • W. Wulff. Zodiac and Swastika: How Astrology Guided Hitler's Germany. Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1973. ISBN 0-698-10547-8, ISBN 978-0-698-10547-8
  • Daniel Hermsdorf. Saturn Hitler. Banken, Astrologie, Kabbala und die Bilderwelt des Dritten Reichs. filmdenken Verlag, 2016. ISBN 978-3-9813921-7-3. Info (German)
  • Peter Levenda. Unholy Alliance: A History of Nazi Involvement With the Occult.
  • Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke. The Occult Roots of Nazism.