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5.0 out of 5 stars See on her breast the beamy splendours shone. Like God's own lightning, or the rising sun!
After Germany was occupied by vengeful forces, forces with the soul-annihilation of all things Nazi in mind, Savitri Devi was caught by the British and thrown in jail. Colonel Vickers, the hardened Brit soldier, found her National Socialist eulogy, The Lightning and the Sun, hidden under her dress. Before tossing this Nazi filth into the flames, he had a look inside...
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2.0 out of 5 stars too expensive
i thought this book was a little bit expensive for what it was.would not reccomend it unless you could get it for at least 10.00 pounds cheaper.
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5.0 out of 5 stars See on her breast the beamy splendours shone. Like God's own lightning, or the rising sun!, 1 Aug 2013
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After Germany was occupied by vengeful forces, forces with the soul-annihilation of all things Nazi in mind, Savitri Devi was caught by the British and thrown in jail. Colonel Vickers, the hardened Brit soldier, found her National Socialist eulogy, The Lightning and the Sun, hidden under her dress. Before tossing this Nazi filth into the flames, he had a look inside. Colonel Vickers apologised to Savitri Devi, gave her back her manuscript and let her go.

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So what is this book about?

The book itself is a window into the river of time. The chapter on Egypt takes the reader into a different universe and the part on Ghengis Khan is intense and puts a true perspective in world history. The obvious magnet is Adolf Hitler, the second to last avatar.

Like the series, Game of Thrones, Lightning has Chosen One's battling the forces of decay, a terrible big nosed enemy, an enemy that feeds from the decaying corpse and a battle field as broad as the world.

Well Savitri Devi worshipped Adolf Hitler like we worship money. Aryan values have no time for money, you see. This is alien in our world of world finance. Indeed, she argues, very unconvincingly in fact, that Hitler was an Avatar! If you ever wondered why he didn't shave that moustache off, well look at Hindu art. The Gods of India wear moustache's!
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2.0 out of 5 stars too expensive, 31 Oct 2013
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i thought this book was a little bit expensive for what it was.would not reccomend it unless you could get it for at least 10.00 pounds cheaper.
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