Through history are hidden links between the occult and those who rose to power and accomplished evil. In addition to the Knights Templars, Adolf Hitler was interested in occult practices like Theosophy, a demonic religion that combined Eastern mysticism, especially belief in reincarnation, with spiritualistic-type seances. It was popular in both Europe and America, where it also caught the attention of Margaret Sanger, the woman who founded Planned Parenthood (so much in the news these days) and championed the most dangerous trend of the coming era, the "right" to abortion.
We won't delve too deeply into her personal life, but she was a famous adultress who treated her first husband with remarkable cruelty and neglected her children.
Sexual promiscuity was her real cause and as one writer, Mabel Dodge, described her, "it was as if she had been more or less arbitrarily chosen by the 'powers that be' to voice a new gospel of not only sex knowledge in regard to contraceptions, but sex knowledge about copulation and its intrinsic importance. She was the first person I ever knew who was openly an ardent propagandist for the joys of the flesh."
Her own husband complained that Sanger's movement was "not noble but an excuse for a Saturnalia of sex." A "Saturnalia" is a pagan sex festival.
We see then how paganism, a form of demon worship, was infecting not only politics and philosophy, back at the turn of the twentieth century, but personal morality. The evil seed she helped to plant has grown into a towering redwood. Sanger was a Rosicrucian and editor of a newspaper called Woman Rebel, the motto of which was "No gods, No masters." Rosicrucians, steeped in esoteria, are suspected of being behind the "Georgia Guidestones," monuments that bear a message about limiting world population. Quite the women's libber, she urged women to "look the whole world in the face with a go-to-hell" attitude. She was also an unabashed racist who thought the birth rates of blacks, poor, disabled, and "inferior" people should be limited -- a cause that Planned Parenthood has kept, for black babies are a majority of those aborted. She advocated not only discouraging but preventing the "feeble-minded" from propagating. "[We should] apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring," she once said.
But Sanger's true cause was less political than it was mystical. Unknowingly controlled by what famed occultist Aleister Crowley called the "secret chiefs," she was trying, in essence, to involve an entire society in an occult ritual of Saturnalia. A massive sex rite! If Spiritualism was the demon of magic, this was the demon of lust. The sexual revolution was on its way (made possible by contraception) and its fruit, abortion, was tantamount to another ritual of witchcraft: blood sacrifice. For centuries witches have promoted just what Sanger was promoting: free extramarital sex and the sacrifice of innocents. Now this too is being down on a massive scale -- by Planned Parenthood (America's largest abortion-provider, and apparently also a supplier of baby parts, bringing us full circle back to Nazism). The occult spirit engendered by Spiritualism and nurtured by the secret cults was now integrating itself in society's mainstream under the disguise of liberated sex and feminism. Sanger was the Marx of sexuality. She described herself (in My Fight For Birth Control) as part of a "secret society" of "agnostics and atheists" who were waiting for the "coming revolution."
It is now here, a revolution orchestrated not by humans but by satanic forces.
[Excerpt from The Final Hour]