Ghosts, hauntings, and other strange phenomena are the subject
of many books. Readers of "ghost books" struggle to distinguish valuable books
from fakes. http://rexcurry.net/ghosts-hauntings-spirits-haunted-houses.html
Valuable clues are in a book's chapters about hauntings from the
socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): 60 million slaughtered
under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR); 50 million under
the Peoples' Republic of China (PRC); 20 million under the National Socialist
German Workers' Party (NSGWP). Those places should be included in
the world's most haunted places. http://rexcurry.net/wholecaust-museum.html
A book entitled "The Worlds Most Haunted Places" surprises readers
with a complete failure to mention any locations in Russia, China and Germany.
If ghosts are spirits of people who suffer from past trauma, then many
of them suffered under socialism's shortages, work brigrades, concentration
camps, torture and slaughter. The satanic leaders Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong,
and Adolf Hitler worshipped government, violence, militarism, war and death.
Millions of people were hypnotized with zombie-like chanting, stylized
salutes, and worship of flags and the hooked-cross ("Hakenkreuz" was what
the National Socialist German Workers' Party called its symbol. A common
myth is that the group called the symbol a "swastika").
It is sad to note that their evil worship was borrowed from American
socialists, including Edward Bellamy (author of "Looking Backward" in
1888) and Francis Bellamy (author of the "Pledge of Allegiance" in 1892).
The stiff-arm salute in worship of government and flags was an
early salute from Francis' Pledge of Allegiance, as shown by the paranormal
researcher Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets"). Edward's
book was an international bestseller translated into every major
language (including German) and it launched the Nationalism movement.
Francis and Edward were both self-proclaimed nationalists and socialists
and they promoted military socialism to create an "industrial army" of work
brigades. They wanted government to take over all schools and impose robotic
chanting to flags. When the government granted their wish, government schools
imposed segregation by law and taught racism as official policy. That
behavior even outlasted German National Socialism. People were persecuted
for refusing to perform robotic chanting to the national flag at the same
time in the USA and Germany (to the American flag, and to the German symbol
flag). Laws in the USA still require children to be led in robotic chanting
to the flag each day for twelve years of their lives in government schools.
Here is a photograph of the early Pledge of Allegiance http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg
The swastika symbol was used by the mystical Theosophical Society
as part of its symbolism during the time that the Society and Edward
Bellamy worked to promote his National Socialism worldwide. The swastika
was used as alphabetical symbolism for socialism, and adopted later by
German socialists as their flag symbol. Although an ancient symbol, it
was altered for use as overlapping S-letters for 'socialism.' It was
deliberately turned 45 degrees counter clockwise and always oriented in
the S-direction. Similar alphabetic symbolism is still visible as Volkswagen
Francis Bellamy died in Tampa, Florida and his home was 2926 Wallcraft Avenue (bearing today a historical marker).
The city is also home to the Tampa Ghost Watchers,
a group dedicated to researching hauntings. Researchers should examine whether
Francis Bellamy's home is one of the world's most haunted places. Shouldn't
Francis Bellamy's ghost still haunts each of the government's schools
in Tampa, and many across the nation.
Edward Bellamy's ghost speaks, too. Or his ghostly spirit possesses
someone in need of exorcism. According to the book "Edward Bellamy Writes
Again," (1997) the author Joseph R. Myers earnestly believes that he
is Bellamy. Myers book is a "new version" of "Looking Backward" written
in the precise style and using the exact structure of Bellamy's book,
but focused more on spirit issues. Myers' mind captures more Bellamy than
expected -- the stilted language, the dated sexism, the frightening socialism,
The book "Apparitions of Things to Come: Edward Bellamy's Tales
of Mystery and Imagination" contains some of Edward's work. Even though
Edward died in 1898, his ghost re-appreared when the book "Edward Bellamy
speaks again!" was published in 1937, as the socialist Wholecaust was
In 1939 the National Socialist German Workers' Party joined as allies
with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to invade Poland in a pact
to divide up Europe. Millions were slaughtered by the demonic duo. Poland
should be included in the world's most haunted places.
After WWII, Stalin and Mao (Stalin's protegé) went on
to kill even more people.
The three flags of the main Wholecaust were red, the color of socialism,
and the color of blood. http://rexcurry.net/socialism-red-flags-socialists1c.jpg
The world's most haunted places should include Cambodia. The
socialist leader Pol Pot holds a horrid record for slaughtering the
greatest percentage of his own country's population. Altogether 1.7 million
people died from 1975 to 1979 from starvation, overwork, disease, torture
and execution. Many died in labor gangs building huge irrigation dikes
that were a folly of the Khmer Rouge. Khmer Rouge means "Red Cambodian,"
signifying the group's Nationalist and Socialist roots, and its flag. The
Vietnamese army drove the Khmer Rouge from power in 1979, then occupied
Cambodia for a decade. In 2007, Cambodia prepares a long-delayed trial
of some of the socialist leaders.
"Though the pain of the past may have faded, the bones and the
ghosts of Khmer Rouge victims still terrify many rural people." according
to a New York Times article by Seth Mydans.
Nearly 20,000 killing fields served as execution sites and burial
grounds around the country. Villagers believe that the restless souls
try to speak to them from the graves. If so, the ghosts seek to warn the
living against socialism today.
"People heard voices calling out, 'Help me! Help me!' " said Svay Saroeun,
50, a deputy village chief quoted in the Times article.
Srey Noeun, 47, a farmer with four small children, is so poor that she
took two small gold earrings out of the grave of a Khmer Rouge victim.
She said that afterward she could not sleep for three nights.
"I'm afraid that the owner will take revenge on me because she died with
nothing but her earrings, and now I have taken them," Srey Noeun said.
As with socialists everywhere, Cambodian socialists would steal all valuable
private property (including jewelry) when someone was forced to join
a work brigade or concentration camp.
Srey Noeun said she sold the earrings quickly and bought things that she
needed, including rice. "We never have enough rice," Srey Noeun said.
Can there be greater poverty than to live in Cambodia and "never have enough
Deadly socialism still haunts Cambodia and the world, with its shortages,
poverty and misery. Socialism's dead are said to haunt the living today.
Socialism is hell.
Dr. Curry's work gains support from the Vatican's chief exorcist,
who claims that the devil possessed the leader of the National Socialist
German Workers' Party and the leader of the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics. Father Gabriele Amorth, Pope Benedict XVI's 'caster out of
demons,' made those comments during an interview with Vatican Radio. http://rexcurry.net/exorcism-possession-exorcist-demons.html
Father Amorth's comments indicate that the worst case of demonic
possession in the history of the earth was the socialist Wholecaust.
Father Amorth said: "Of course the Devil exists and he can not
only possess a single person but also groups and entire populations."
He added that he is convinced that members of the National Socialist
German Workers' Party were all possessed. "All you have to do is think
about what they did [the leaders of German National Socialism and of Soviet
Socialism]. Almost certainly they were possessed by the Devil."
According to secret Vatican documents recently released, wartime
pontiff Pope Pius XII attempted an unsuccessful "long distance" exorcism
of the leader of the German National Socialists.
Said Father Amorth, "I have no doubt that [the German Socialist
leader] was possessed and so it does not surprise me that Pope Pius
XII tried a long distance exorcism."
Father Amorth is president of the International Association
of Exorcists. Father Amorth is said to have carried out more than 30,000
exorcisms in his career and his favorite film is, according to Italian
newspapers, The Exorcist.
Satan is a socialist. Socialism is hades.
If every victim of socialism became a ghost, then the ghosts could
all start their own ghost country.
Cambodia villagers plunder killing-field graves
By Seth Mydans
The New York Times
SRE LIEV, Cambodia — Researchers are examining a long-unknown killing
field in Cambodia with the graves of thousands of victims of the Khmer Rouge
from the 1970s.
But local villagers found it first. By the time the researchers arrived
in early May, some 200 graves had been dug up and the bones scattered
through the woods by hundreds of people hunting for jewelry.
"Everyone was running up there to dig for gold, so I went too," said Srey
Net, 50, describing what seems to have been a communal frenzy that
seized this poor and isolated village. "If they can dig for gold, why
It was the first such raid the researchers had recorded in the thousands
of burial grounds they have documented around the country. Altogether
1.7 million people died from 1975 to 1979 from starvation, overwork
and disease as well as torture and execution.
"People said, 'This goose has no owner,' " said Ouk Souk, 60, a farmer.
Few valuables were in the graves, but villagers took whatever they
The invasion of what has been almost sacred ground suggests that past
traumas are starting to fade even as Cambodia prepares to begin a long-delayed
trial of some Khmer Rouge leaders, said Youk Chhang, a leading expert on
"I think it has become a memory, rather than a physical thing any longer,"
he said, speaking of the pain of the past.
For younger Cambodians, who know remarkably little about the Khmer Rouge
period, he said, "It's just a dead person."
Youk Chhang heads the Documentation Center of Cambodia, which has researched
the killing fields and amassed a huge archive on the Khmer Rouge years.
Visiting here on Thursday, two of his investigators said there could
be as many as 9,000 bodies buried in the woods behind this village 100
miles south of Phnom Penh.
Fears of ghosts
Though the pain of the past may have faded, the bones and the ghosts of
Khmer Rouge victims still terrify many rural people. After the burial-ground
assault, this village seemed filled with remorse and dread.
The digging has stopped, and several people said they had been awakened
at night by screams from the graves.
"People heard voices calling out, 'Help me! Help me!' " said Svay Saroeun,
50, a deputy village chief. "Maybe they are angry at the villagers
for digging up their graves. Or maybe they were tortured to death, and
now they are being tortured again by people who are disturbing their sleep."
Srey Noeun, 47, a farmer with four small children, said she could not
sleep for three nights after digging two small gold earrings out of a grave.
"I'm afraid that the owner will take revenge on me because she died with
nothing but her earrings, and now I have taken them," Srey Noeun said.
Srey Noeun said she sold the earrings as quickly as she could and bought
things that she really needed: 4 pounds of pork, a sack of rice, oil
for cooking and for oil lamps, salt, pepper, seasoning and milk powder
for her youngest child.
"We never have enough rice," she said. "Normally we can't afford to buy
The buried treasure seemed paltry after nearly a week of digging: one
gold necklace and 27 small gold earrings. But it was dazzling to people who
live without electricity or running water, far from the nearest clinic, school
or paved road.
The luckiest villager was Pen Chia, 27, who recovered the necklace and
bought a cow.
But most people found nothing but shattered skulls, bits of bone that
looked like broken sticks and scraps of moldering clothing.
"I dug all day without eating," said Pron Sythoeun, 36, a farmer. "I dug
for four days. And I got nothing."
He has gone back to poke through the scraps with a stick, but few other
villagers have returned except to light incense and pray for forgiveness
from the restless souls.
The killing field sits empty now in the pouring rain, cratered with shallow
pits and mounds of freshly turned red mud, silent under the trees except
for the lowing of thin white cattle in a nearby field.
The villagers rediscovered it by chance, when Vietnamese soldiers came
searching for the remains of their own missing men. The Vietnamese
army drove the Khmer Rouge from power in 1979, then occupied Cambodia
for a decade.
Like many of the victims, villager Srey Net said, the people here died
from accidents, exhaustion and starvation as well as fevers, malaria
and an epidemic of diarrhea. Many of them were sent to a small, crude
clinic nearby from which she said few emerged alive.
As a teenager, she said, she had been enlisted to bury the bodies of people
who had died in labor gangs building one of the huge irrigation dikes
that were a particular folly of the Khmer Rouge.
"Whenever a patient died, they would ring a gong or blow a whistle," she
said. "Even in the middle of the night, I had to run up there to help
carry away the bodies."
Last week she was among the graves again, whacking at the ground with
a hoe, unearthing what may have been some of the same bodies she had buried
years ago. And then, finding no gold, she reverted to her former role,
retrieving and reburying some of the bones.
Srey Noeun, the farmer who sold two earrings to buy food, also had a connection
with the bodies in the graves. Like many of them, she had been a member
of a work brigade here, but unlike them she had survived.
She said she had no idea whether she had ever met the woman whose grave
she raided, and she said she did not know why the Khmer Rouge had let
the woman keep her earrings.
A cross or crucifix is relied upon by exorcists in exorcisms.
Most people do not know that a deformed cross was worshiped
as the notorious symbol of the National Socialist German Workers'
Party. The group called their symbol the Hakenkreuz, not the swastika.
Hakenkreuz means "hooked cross." It is one of the biggest cover-ups
In the USA the hooked cross was a common symbol and was referred
to as a cross (armed cross, twisted cross, crooked cross, hooked cross)
before "swastika" became dominant. The eventual dominance of "swastika"
occurred in part to distance the hooked cross from the Christian Cross.
Although the swastika was an ancient symbol, the noted cryptographer
and symbologist Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Swastika Secrets") discovered
that it was also used sometimes by German National Socialists to represent
"S" letters for their "socialism." With a 45 degree turn of his Hakenkreuz,
the leader of German National Socialists used the "swastika flag" to
combine the cross with collectivism, merge church and state, mesh religion
and socialism, and mandate the worship of government. He altered his
own signature to use the same symbolism and similar alphabetic symbolism
still shows on Volkswagens. http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-swastika.html
Support for Dr. Curry's work comes from other authors who believe
the Holocaust under the National Socialist German Workers Party was a
demonic Inquisition (including religious persecution) undertaken by the
leader of German National Socialism.
Some research in this field focuses on "Possessed Possessions,"
as in the book entitled "More Haunted Antiques, Furniture and Collectibles,"
by Ed Okonowicz. If such things exist, then they are most numerous in
Russia, Germany and China and must include hooked crosses, little red
books, Stalin's tomb, and even haunted cars: Trabants and Volkswagens.
They probably include haunted dolls who witnessed the children who cherished
them railroaded to concentration camps by German Socialists or Soviet
Socialists. Well-used mirrors (maybe too well-used?) in the homes of
people who had their private property confiscated (stolen) for the glorious
peoples' movement. Chairs that can't be content sitting in rooms alone
where their masters were enslaved or liquidated.
In the 1930's, religious people were persecuted for refusing
to give the straight-arm salute to the national flag. That persecution
occurred in the USA (to the stars and stripes) and in Germany (to the
swastika flag) at the same time. Today, most people in the USA were educated
in socialist schools (government schools) so they are ignorant of the
fact that it was happening in both Germany and the USA. http://rexcurry.net/jehovahs-witnesses-fight-socialism-in-USA.html
Religious children and children of various races and backgrounds
were required by law to perform the straight-arm salute in government
schools in robotic chanting every morning at the ring of a government
bell (just as it is done today but with a different gesture). Many people
considered the raised-arm salute to the national flag to be sacrilegious
worship of government and socialism. Religious people had good reasons to
consider the pledge / salute to be sacrilegious, in that Germans used the
ritual toward their Hakenkreuz symbol, the "hooked cross."
Dr. Rex Curry showed that the straight-arm salute to the national
flag originated in the USA's Pledge of Allegiance, as written by a socialist.
The USA used the straight arm salute to the national flag for three
decades before German National Socialists started doing the same thing.
The salute was created by Francis Bellamy, a minister who was
cast out because he used the pulpit to push his socialist dogma in sermons
on themes like "Jesus the Socialist." http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-pledge.html
Francis was cousin and cohort to Edward Bellamy, author of
"Looking Backward" an international bestseller that was known as the
"Bible of National Socialism." Edward also authored "The Religion of
Solidarity" and other articles and books with similar ideas.
Both Bellamys worked together to promote socialism and they
wanted the government to take over all schools to spread their dogma.
Both Bellamys descended from a long line of ancestors who touted similar
dogma for generations. http://rexcurry.net/bookchapter1a1i.html
"The terror of socialism is this: A and B put their heads together
to decide what C shall be made to do for D. C is not allowed a voice
in the matter, and his position, character, and interests, as well as
the ultimate effects on society through C's interests, are entirely overlooked.
C the Invisible Man."
possessions the maddening ideology possessed so many
people, caused frenzied behavior
Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Places -- by Brad
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The Ghost Next
Door: True Stories of Paranormal Encounters from Everyday People --
by Mark Alan Morris; 3. I Never
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: A Soldier's Fight for America from Baghdad to Washington
Ghost Wars: The Secret
History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion
to September 10,
Ghost Hunter are similar to Nazi Hunters
Satan is a socialist.
Of the leaders of the socialist Wholecaust, Father Amorth said,
"You can tell by their behaviour and their actions, from the horrors
they committed and the atrocities that were committed on their orders.
That's why we need to defend society from demons."
Father Amorth said: "It's very rare that praying and attempting
to carry out an exorcism from distance works.
"Of course you can pray for someone from a distance but in
this case it would not have any effect.
"One of the key requirements for an exorcism is to be present
in front of the possessed person and that person also has to be consenting
"Therefore trying to carry out an exorcism on someone who
is not present, or consenting and willing would prove very difficult.
The Protestant Reich Church was formed by under the National
Socialist German Worker's Party in 1933, by merging 29 regional churches
into one church. The founding of the church was the result of work by
the German Christian Socialists.
During the war, Alfred Rosenberg drew up a thirty-point program
for a new "National Reich Church." One point declared that the "Hakenkreuz"
(hooked cross or swastika) would be the type of cross used in the Church.
The American socialists were like all socialists in that they
hated the U.S. Constitution and wanted to destroy it because, back in
the old days, people actually thought that the U.S. Constitution was
supposed to limit the size and scope of government.
"Looking Backward" was so popular that it was translated into
every major language, including German, Russian, and Chinese. It
immediately inspired a supportive political movement with “Nationalism
In 1939 the National Socialist German Workers' Party and the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics joined as allies to invade Poland
in a pact to divide up Europe.
Armageddon, the apocalypse, and the Great Wars against humanity
were visible in the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was
a part): 65 million slaughtered under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
(USSR); 49 million under the Peoples' Republic of China (PRC); 21 million
under the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSGWP). Their satanic
leaders would not separate church and state, they combined religion with
socialism, and they worshipped government. After WWII, Stalin and Mao
went on to kill even more people. Socialism is hades. http://rexcurry.net/wholecaust-museum.html
It all shows how close the USA came (and is still coming) to
the socialist Wholecaust. Many Americans are sad examples of how places
like that come into existence, grow so large, last so long, and kill so
Historians make their work relevant to current events. Such
stories are relevant to the fact that the present government in the
USA is anti libertarian and is out-socializing the previous administration
by more than double and growing (in social spending ALONE). The demonic
dogma of socialism, sacrifice, and self-sacrifice is still growing all
over the world.
The government should not run Sunday school, nor Monday
school through Friday school. The First Amendment should be enlarged
to state that congress shall make no law respecting an establishment
of education nor an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free
exercise thereof. The separation of school and state is as important
as the separation of church and state.
The leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSGWP)
was believed to be of Christian faith by many people. He was influenced
by the Christian Social movement and its founder Karl Lueger, after Luerger's
rise to power in Vienna in 1897. Vienna mayor Karl Lueger was credited
in 'Mein Kampf' as a role model and inspirational figure to the leader
of the NSGWP. The book Culture and Political Crisis in Vienna : Christian
Socialism in Power, 1897-1918
is by John W. Boyer and he traces
the movement's evolution from a dissident political group of disparate
ward politicians, through its maturation into the largest single party
in the Austrian parliament by 1907, to its major role in Imperial politics
during the First World War.
In his book The Holy Reich (Nazi Conceptions of Christianity,
1919-1945) Richard Steigmann-Gall argues persuasively that the the National
Socialist German Workers' Party did not reject Christianity,
In the historic film "Triumph of the Will," the leader of
the National Socialist German Workers' Party states: "The Party will
be like a religious order."
It is frightening how far the USA joined in the depravity. The
major Supreme Court cases about the pledge involved religious children
in government schools who were being forced to robotically chant the
pledge to the national flag with the straight-arm salute. Those cases
began in the 1930's but did not reach decision until 1940 & 1943. At
first the children were unsuccessful in the USA. Socialists persecuted
the children, expelled them from the socialist schools, arrested their
parents, seized children from parents on allegations of "unfit parenting,"
and many children had to flee and use the many better alternatives, including
home-schooling and their own church schools (but they and their schools
were often persecuted by socialists there also).
At the height of National Socialism abroad, the USA's government
deliberately fell farther into the same abyss with national numbering
of humans imposed in 1935 with the social security system. The federal
government was growing massively and attempting to nationalize the economy
in many ways. The US Supreme Court struck down much of the new legislation
as unconstitutional until justices were pressured by the "switch in time
that socialized nine."
It is sad to note that during the same time period in the USA,
religious people who were fleeing the National Socialist German Workers’
Party (NSGWP) were turned away from the USA, and knowingly sent to suffering
and death. That happened because of socialists who support restrictions
on immigration and on every American’s right to hire, to do business,
and to freely associate. It was similar to today. Socialists
in the USA still support restrictions on immigration and they reject
the right of every American in living with, marrying, renting to, selling
to, buying from, hiring (as housekeeper, lawn man, doctor, nanny, teacher
etc) any person with whom that American wishes to associate. Little has
The USA still follows similar anti libertarian policies promoted
by the Bellamys. Many socialist Bellamy policies caused the USA’s big,
expensive and oppressive government and its growing police-state. The
Bellamys promoted the U.S. disaster of old prohibition, as well as modern
prohibition. It caused the Great Socialist Depression (from the
Federal Reserve Act of 1913, the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act 1930 etc) that
persisted and even lasted through U.S. involvement in WWII. Socialism's
quest for omniscience was enlarged with social security numbers in 1935
to track and tax everyone, as the USA followed the path of German National
Socialists at the height of their power. The federal government grew massively
and nationalized the economy in many ways.
The Pledge still exists along with laws mandating that teachers
lead the robotic pledge chanting every day for twelve years of each child’s
life (though the salute was altered). The government still owns and
operates schools. The U.S. practice of imposing segregation by law in
government schools and teaching racism as official policy outlasted the
National Socialist German Workers' Party by over 15 years. After segregation
in government's schools ended, the Bellamy legacy caused more police-state
racism of forced busing that destroyed communities and neighborhoods
and deepened hostilities. Those schools still exist. Infants are
given social security numbers (socialist slave numbers) that track and
tax them for life. Government schools demand the numbers for enrollment.
The Bellamys were bigots and racists and they obsessed about
immigrants coming into the USA. They wanted to impose a heavy-handed
method of brain-washing immigrants and all Americans into accepting their
socialist dogma. Because of the Bellamys, the USA has a long history
of turning immigrants away from being good Americans and independent
capitalists, and in turning immigrants into socialists who are dependent
The Bellamys promoted a government takeover of schools, and
when the government granted their wish, the government schools imposed
segregation by law and taught racism as official government policy.
It is also true that German National Socialists did not refer
to themselves with the hackneyed shorthand n-word, nor the f-word,
and there is no such use in Mein Kampf
nor in Triumph of
. Modern writers, on the other hand, cover-up the
truth and never use the actual name of the horrid Party, and deceitfully
use the shorthand terms, exclusively to perpetuate widespread ignorance,
and that is why those terms are trite.
The Hakenkreuz (hooked cross) was an ancient religious symbol
in Germany, related to the un-hooked cross and to the Prussian-German
Iron cross and to other crosses.