Investigation by Berlin police Kriminalrat Hermann Albrecht quickly determined that the deceased was Erik Jan Hanussen, a well-known Berlin clairvoyant. Erik Jan Hanussen psychic, hypnotist, astrologer, amateur detective and publisher of tabloids was born Herschmann-Chaim Steinschneider in in a. “Erik Jan Hanussen: Hitler’s Jewish Clairvoyant” is sprinkled with small, apt photos and graphics from the Weimar era, as well as from the last years of the.

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Either way his ability to manipulate events and events manipulate him is intriguing. I do not claim any great powers of precognition but instead have read articles and opinion polls about the subject. Under his presidency, southern states began enacting “Black Codes” that limited the rights of African Americans, angering the Republicans holding power in the Senate.

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Retrieved from ” https: In Hanussen purchased a Breslau printing firm and began publishing an occult journal, Hanussen Magazin and Bunte Wochenschaua popular biweekly Berlin tabloid which included astrological columns. A really interesting read.

Hanussen’s body was discovered over a month later. The end of the book has an interesting speculation regarding EJH’s involvement with the Reichstag fire which I did not eriik. CharlesPaolino’s Blog Things that come to mind.


Stories abound of meetings between Hanussen and Hitler, including an encounter shortly before the election of Novemberduring which Hanussen taught Hitler his crowd control techniques of using gestures and dramatic pauses. March 25age 43 in Berlin, Germany. About 15 minutes later the snake charmer comes back with the snakes in the basket.

Erik Jan Hanussen: Hitler’s Jewish Clairvoyant

Because I am stronger than they are, more audacious, more energetic. Meanwhile, Hitler and his partners in paranoia had a different take on the crime. Hanussen’s father, Siegfried Steinschneiderwas an actor and caretaker of a synagogue who married Antonie Julie Kohn in Vienna, Austria.

Books by Mel Gordon. But the highlight may have been in June, when we went to the Murtogh D. Location Wien and date of birth confirmed by birth records provide by Phil Steinschreiber. Hanussen decided to change his name during World War I, when he began entertaining small theaters in Vienna and wanted to avoid being labeled a deserter.

Erik Jan Hanussen: Hitler’s Jewish Clairvoyant by Mel Gordon

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You can give him a one-page scan of a book, or an old newspaper article, and he’ll turn it into gold. Hanussen’s parents traveled constantly: While beating the drum for his narrow view of reconstruction inJohnson went on a speaking tour from Washington to Pittsburgh. His body, with three shots in it, was found much later in the forest where he had been killed.

He was an extremely clever individual who taught Hitler a great deal concerning the hanuwsen of staging meetings to obtain the greatest dramatic effect. And while its covers made it clear that blood and guts were on the menu, its dedication to going behind the scenes of the movies they covered—to speak not just with the actors and directors, but the special effects and makeup teams and the many other artists who were essential in bringing these films hanussdn life—instilled in its readers a serious appreciation for the moviemaking process as a whole which too few magazines do today.

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