In early youth, Marx was a Christian. The first of Marx”s known works was entitled, “Unity of believers in Christ according to the Gospel of John 15:1-14: Unity”s meaning, unconditional necessity, and influence.” Here we find the following words: “Union with Christ is found in a close and living fellowship with Him and in the fact that we always have Him before our eyes and in our hearts. And at the same time that we are possessed by the greatest love of Him, we direct our hearts to our brothers, with whom He bound us closely, and for whom He sacrificed Himself.”
So Marx was aware of the way in which people may show brotherly love towards each other, that is, through Christianity.
At the about the same period of time, he writes in his work entitled: “Thoughts of a young man before choosing a profession”:
“Religion teaches us the Ideal to Whom we all aspire. He has sacrificed Himself for all mankind. Who will dare to deny such assertions? If we have chosen a profession at which we may give our best to mankind, then we won”t falter under its burden, because it is a sacrifice for all.”
When he graduated from high school, his diploma contained the following in the category “Religious knowledge”:
“His knowledge of Christian teachings and principles is clear and properly based. He also knows the history of Christian church to a great extent.”
Soon after receiving of his diploma, something very mysterious happened. Even before Moses Gess led Marx to socialistic persuasions in 1841, he had become a zealous atheist. This change character could be seen in his later student years.
In one of his verses, Marx wrote: “I long to take vengeance on the One Who rules from above.” Marx believed that “the One that rules from above” in fact existed. He contended with Him, although God never harmed him. Marx was from a relatively wealthy family. He didn”t starve in his childhood and in his student years he lived much better than his friends. So what caused his fierce hatred towards God?
Personal motivations are not available to us. Maybe Marx was only somebody”s else speaker in this defiant assertion?
The words “I”ll set up my throne” and his confession that agony and fear will go forth from the one who is sitting upon the throne, remind us Lucifer”s proud boast: “I will ascend to heaven, higher than God” s stars I will set up my throne” (Isiah 14:13).
Why did Marx need such a throne? The answer for this question is in an infamous drama written by Marx in his student years. The drama is called “Oulanem.” There is a mention of a satanic “Black mass,” a ritual conducted by a priest at midnight in which a Bible is burned. All present promise to commit all the seven deadly sins mentioned in the Roman Catholic catechism and to never perform any good works. An orgy follows after that.
Worship of Satan is very old. In Deuteronomy we read that the Jews “made sacrifices to demons” (32:17). Later, the king of Israel, Jeroboam, set up priests of the high places and of the goats and bulls that he made”(2 Kings 12:25-33).
These lines have special meaning when we take into account that during the rituals of higher dedication into a satanic cult, a bewitched sword that guarantees a success is sold to the candidate. He pays for it by signing with his blood taken from his vein the contract which makes his soul belong to Satan after death.
For he is marking time and giving signs. Bolder and bolder I play the dance of death. And they too: Oulanem, Oulanem. This name sounds like death, Sounds until won”t stop in miserable shapes. Halt! Now I have it. It rises from my soul, Clear as air, hard as my bones. And still, you personified mankind, I may take you by the power of my mighty hands and crush with fierce force In the meantime, as the abyss gapes before me and you in the darkness, You will fall in it and I”ll follow you, Laughing and whispering into your ear: “Come down with me, friend!”
The Holy Scripture, which Marx learned in high school, says that devil was cast down by an angel into the abyss (Rev. 20:3). Marx wanted to send all mankind into this abyss prepared for the devil and his angels.
Who speaks for Marx in this drama? Is it reasonable to expect this from such a young man – that he would dream that mankind would fall into the abyss (the “outer darkness” as the Bible calls it), and that he himself laughing will follow those who were ensnared by unbelief? Nowhere in the world is this idea cultivated except in the rituals of dedication into the higher degrees of the Satanic church.
Marx liked to repeat Mephistopheles” words from Goethe”s “Faust”: “all existing is worthy to be destroyed.” All, including the worker and those who fought for communism in battle. Marx liked to quote these words and Stalin acted according to these words and destroyed even his own family.
Members of Satan”s cult are not materialists. They believe in life after death. Oulanem, the person whose character Marx assumes, does not deny life after death. But acknowledges it as a life full of hate to the highest degree. I should mention that “eternity” means “torture” to demons. This is the reason why demons rebuked Jesus: “And so they cried out: what do you have to do with us, Jesus, Son of God? Have you come to torture us before our time” (Matt. 8:29).
Hah, eternity, our eternal pain, Indescribable, unmeasurable death! Disgusting, artificially conceived, To despise us – We, who ourselves, as a clock mechanism Blindly mechanical, created to be Foolish calendars of time and space, Without any purpose, Besides accidental appearance for destruction.
We begin to realize what happened to young Marx. He used to have Christian ideals, but he didn”t applying them to his life. His correspondence with his father testifies of spending of large amounts of money for entertainment that caused endless conflicts with his parents . In this situation, he possibly was entangled in the snare of a secret Satanic cult and went through the ritual of dedication. Satan is seen by his followers in hallucinations during the orgies and speaks through their mouths. Marx is just Satan”s voice when he proclaims “I want to take vengeance on the One who is above.”
Hah! Tortured on the burning wheel, I must happily dance in the circle of eternity: If there would be anything beyond it, I”d jump into it, even if I had to destroy the world for it.
Build between it and me! It must be destroyed with curses. I”ll supress stubborn existence by my hands. Embracing me, it should calmly fade out. And then – down to nowhere. Completely disappear, and not to be – that would be – the life.
In the “Oulanem” drama Marx, in fact, does the same thing as the devil. He curses all humanity.
“Oulanem” is probably the only drama in the world in which all the players are so sure of their sinfulness and revel in it as on a holiday. There is neither white nor black, neither Claudio and Ophelia, Iago and Desdemona. Everything is black in it, and every one appeared to have Mephistopheles' character. All of it's players are demonic and doomed to perish.
When Marx was writing “Oulanem,” the young genius was 18. His plan for his life was very clear by that time. He had no illusions about serving mankind, the proletariat or socialism. He wanted to destroy the world, set up a throne for himself that would be based upon the world's shocks, throes and convulsions.
At this stage, Marx's views were developing. Some mysterious things appear in his correspondence with his father. For instance, the son writes: “The cover has fallen, my Holy of Holies was emptied and there was a need to put new gods there. ” This was written on November 10, 1837 by the young fellow who previously professed to be a Christian. He used to profess that Christ inhabited in his heart. Suddenly this turned upside-down. What new gods replaced Christ's place?
Marx's father replied (February 10, 1838): “I didn't demand any explanations about such a mysterious thing, though it seems to be very controversial.” What was that mysterious thing? No biographer has been able to explain these puzzling words.
What suddenly caused young Marx's father to express anxiety for controversial influences on his young son?
In a poem, Karl Marx wrote:
I have lost heaven, And know that for sure. My soul, once faithful to God, Now is destined for hell.
Marx began with proud ambitions in art. His verse and drama were important for the discovery of his inner world, but because of the absence of poetic talent, they remained useless. Failures in painting and architecture gave us Hitler; in drama – Goebels; in philosophy – Rosenberg.
Marx was the implacable enemy of all gods, a man who bought a sword from the prince of darkness for the price of his own soul.
His daughter, Eleonora, wrote book entitled: “The Moor and the general – memoirs of Marx and Engels.” She says that Karl told many stories to her and his other daughter when they were children. Her favorite story was about some one named Hans Rekle. This story was continued for months and seemed to never end. Hans Rekle was a wizard who had a toy shop and a lot of debts. Though he was wizard, he constantly was in need of money. Therefore, in spite of his desire , he had to sell all his cute toys one by one to the devil. Eleonora wrote that some of these adventures were so awful that her hair stood on end.
Robert Payne 在其《馬克思》一書中，通過引用Eleonora 的話道出了詳情：可憐的Rekle 巫師極不情願賣掉他的玩偶，他總是把玩偶保留到最後一刻；然而，由於他與魔鬼有一個協定，他無法逃避。
Robert Payne, in his book “Marx,” also tells in detail, from Eleonora's words, how the poor wizard Rekle unwillingly was selling his toys keeping them until the very last moment. But because he had an agreement with devil, he was unable to escape.
The biographer comments: “Scarely can we doubt that those never ending stories were autobiographic. Sometimes it seemed as though he was realizing that he was performing the devil's duty.” Marx didn't conceive of socialism when was finishing “Oulanem” and other early works in which he admits he made a pact with Satan.
In a letter to B. Auerbasch (1841), Gess characterized Marx as “the greatest, possibly the only, philosopher of today … Dr. Marx is very young (24 years old at the most); he'll strike the final blow on religion and philosophy.” So the first target was to strike a blow to religion not socialism.
It is a myth that Marx had been pursuing the ideal of helping mankind, that religion was the obstacle on the way to the realization of those ideals, and that this was the reason why he took an anti-religious position. On the contrary, Marx hated all gods and couldn't hear about God. Socialism was only a decoy to attract the proletariat and intelligensia to the realization of a satanic ideal.
Marx publicly spoke about metaphysics very little, but we can gather information about his views from those with whom he communicated. One of his co-members in the First International was Mikhail Bakunin – a Russian anarchist who wrote that the devil was the first free thinker and the world savior; that the devil liberated Adam and sealed his face with the seal of humanism making him disobedient.
Bakunin not only glorified Lucifer, but had a concrete program of revolution – but not the kind that is able to free the poor from oppression. He wrote: “In this revolution, we'll have to wake up the devil in people in order to stir up their lowest passions.”
Here it is very important to give special signicficance to the fact that Marx and his friends, being against God, were not atheists as modern Marxists call themselves. Although they denied God publicly, they hated the One Whose existence they never doubted.
所有活躍的撒殫教徒都有混亂的個人生活，馬克思也不例外。 Arnold Kunzli 在《馬克思心志》一書中寫道，馬克思因為他導致兩個女兒和一個義子自殺而感到內疚；而馬克思的女兒Laura 則埋葬了她的三個親生骨肉，然後與她丈夫一起自殺。
All active Satanists have a disorderly personal life, Marx was no exception. Arnold Kunzli, in his book, “Marx – Psychography,” wrote that Marx was guilty of causing the suicide of two of his daughters and one son-in-law. His daughter Laura also buried three of her own children and then committed suicide together with her husband.
Marx had lost a lot of money on the exchange. Being a brilliant economist, he nevertheless could only loose money.
Marx was a highly intelligent person, as was Engels, however their correspondence full of indecencies which are unusual for men of their social position. A lot of obscene words, but never do we read of these idealists communicating their humanistic or socialistic dreams.
Everything in Marx' behavior had a demonic character. His friend Weitling wrote: “Usual topics for conversation with Marx are atheism, the guillotine, Hegel, rope and knife.” Being a Jew himself, he wrote an anti-semetic book called, ” The Jewish Question.” He hated not only Jews. He hated Germans and asserted that “only a stick can raise a German.” He use to talk about “the dumb German nation” and the fact that “German, Chinese and Jewish people can be compared to the street vendors.” Finally, he makes mentions of “the disgusting national narrow-mindedness of Germans” (A. Kunzli “Marx – Psychography.”) He counted Russians as a people of the lowest sort, “a barbarian race ,” and called Slavics – “ethnic garbage.”
So we have paid some attention to several inclinations that allow us to believe that Marx may well have been a Satanist.
Here is one more interesting fact. Captain Reese, a disciple of Marx, grieved by the news of his death, went to London to visit the house where his beloved teacher once lived. The Marx family had already left the home and he was only able to talk to the servant who lived in the same house. He heard the following amazing words about Marx from her: “He was a man with the fear of God. When he was very ill, he used to pray alone in his room before burning candles, wound round his head was something like tape.” This reminds philacteries used by the Jews during their morning prayers. But Marx was baptized in a Christian church. He never confessed Judaism and later became an enemy of God. He had been writing books against religion and had brought up all his children to be atheists. So what was that ceremony which the uneducated servant understood to be a prayer? Praying Jews with phylacteries on their face never place a row of candles before them. Could it have been some sort of a satanic ritual?
Another possible hint is in a letter to Marx from his son Edgar, dated March 21, 1854. It begins with these astonishing words, “My Dear Devil.” Where else does a son greet his father in such a ridiculous way? But Satanists write so to the ones they love. Was his son involved too?
Marx clearly expressed his dream concerning the elimination of all religions in “Communist Manifesto.” We should assume satanic cults were included here too. But his wife addresses him as a Higher Priest. But of what religion? The only faith confessed in Europe where a Higher Priest is present is Satanism. So what kind of pastoral letters could a man write who was known as an atheist? Where are those letters? These are periods of Marx's life that remain unexplored.
Heinrich Karl Marx (Moses Mordecai Marx Levy, 1818-83) was born of wealthy parents (his father was a lawyer), and much of his personal life has never been revealed. Professor M. Mtchedlov, Vice-Director of the Marx Institute, said that there were 100 volumes in his collection, but only thirteen have ever been reprinted for the public. When he was six, his family converted to Christianity, and although he was once a believer in God, after attending the Universities of Bonn and Berlin , Marx wrote that he wanted to avenge himself “against the One who rules above.” He joined the Satanist Church run by Joana Southcott, who was said to be in contact with the demon Shiloh. His early writings mentioned the name “Oulanem,” which was a ritualistic name for Satan. A friend of Marx wrote in 1841, that “Marx calls the Christian religion one of the most immoral of religions.” His published attacks against the German government caused him to be ejected from the country.
The phoniness of the claim to be a movement of the working class was blatant from the beginning. When Engels was elected as a delegate to the Communist League in 1847, in his own words, 'a working man was proposed for appearances sake, but those who proposed him voted for me.' It may have been the first rigged 'election' of the Communist movement but it was certainly not the last…. The anointed have always wanted to create their own kind of people, as well as their own kind of society.”
— Ralph Epperson 秘密組織(audiotape 1987)
Karl Marx was a Satan worshipper…he joined a satanic cult that featured long unkempt beards. Every picture of Karl Marx depicts such.
— Ralph Epperson Secret Societies (audiotape 1987)