LAH Symbol of Hitler’s Bodyguard Identical to IHS Symbol of the Jesuit Order

Eric Jon Phelps
By Eric Jon Phelps June 29, 2010 16:57 Updated
LAH Pin, 1st SS Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler Division, Occult IHS of Historic RCC Display, 1930s

LAH Pin, 1st SS Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler Division, Occult IHS of Historic RCC Display, 1930s

Before beginning, this is one of Craig Oxley’s most important posts on his Unhived Mind, indeed ever posted by anybody on the entire Internet—to be reviewed here. The man who made this discovery was Brother Maximiliano Aguaisol of Argentina.  (I apologize, dear brother, as I did not know this was your post to Craig!)   His photographic, visibly enhanced connection of Hitler’s personal, Black-uniformed SS Bodyguard, known as the “1st SS Division Liebstandarte Adolf Hitler,” to the black-robed Jesuit Order is irrefutable.  The three letters symbolizing that Military SS Division assigned to Adolf Hitler were “LAH.” The three letters symbolizing the Military Company of Jesus—the SS enforcers within the Roman Catholic Institution—are “IHS.” As we shall behold, the “LAH,” having been embellished into an artistic expression of Hitler’s foremost SS Division, was purposely morphed into the identically same motif of the Order’s “IHS” displayed on Roman Catholic churches centuries before the appearance of Bavarian Roman Catholic Himmler’s “Order of the SS.” Before proceeding further, we must remember it is a matter of historical fact that the Roman Catholic Bavarian-born “Order of the SS”—first created as the Frei Corps out of the Jesuit haven of Bamburg, Bavaria—was patterned after the Roman Catholic “Order of the Society of Jesus.” We read in Heinz Hohne’s 1966 masterpiece, The Order of the Death’s Head, pp. 163-164:

The Order of the Death's Head, Heinz Hohne, 1966

The Order of the Death’s Head, Heinz Hohne, 1966

“Hitherto the SS had been no more than an organisation; now it was to become an Order.  Himmler had discovered from history an example on which he proposed to model his Order—the Jesuits.  It was no accident that Karl Ernst, the murdered SA leader, had frequently ridiculed him as the ‘Black Jesuit’; even Hitler referred to the Head of the SS as ‘my Ignatius Loyola.’ In the Jesuits Himmler had found what he regarded as the central figure of any Order’s mentality—the doctrine of obedience and the cult of orgnaisation.  Schellenberg [SS General and head of the SS/SD] confirms that Himmler had built up the SS organisation ‘on the principles of the Order of Jesuits.’

“The similarity between the two was in fact astounding; each was an Order conferring enormous privileges on its members, subject to no temporal jurisdiction, protected by the strictest conditions of entry and held together by an oath of absolute blind obedience to its lord and master, Pope or Fuehrer.  The history of the two organisations showed equally remarkable parallels; in the seventeenth century the Jesuits founded their own state among the Paraguay Indians—it recognized no temporal sovereignty; during the second World War the SS dreamed of an SS State outside the borders of the Greater German Reich—the SS State of Burgundy with its own Government, Army, Administration and Legation in Berlin.  Even the crises which each faced were similar.  There were always enemies of the Jesuits within the Catholic Church and enemies of the SS within the Party.  The Jesuits debated whether they should be the sword of the counter-reformation or an example of monastic piety; the SS never made up its mind whether to be National-Socialism’s ideological leavening or the regime’s policemen.

“The higher organisation of the SS Order was also reminiscent of that of the JesuitsIgnatius Loyola (1491-1566 [1546]), the founder of the Jesuits, organised a kind of Government of his Order with a General as its head, advised by four assistants.  Himmler followed the same system when he set about organising a central command structure for the SS.”  [Emphasis in bold]

SS General Walter Schellenberg, Chief of the SD

SS General Walter Schellenberg, Chief of the SD

The first source detailing Himmler’s SS to have been patterned after the Society of Jesus was former SS/SD Chief of Foreign Intelligence Walter Schellenberg.  In his post war release titled The Labyrinth: The Memoirs of Walter Schellenberg (1950), Himmler’s formerly feared SD chief (whose secret master was the Vatican’s powerful Bavarian German priest Robert Lieber, Jesuit confessor to Hitler’s creator, Pope Pius XII) is quoted by German Lutheran Protestant Rolf Hochhuth in his The Deputy (1964) on pages 309-310:

“Himmler owned an extremely large and excellent library on the Jesuit Order and for years would sit up late studying the extensive literature.  Thus he built up the SS organization according to the principles of the Jesuits.  The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola served as the foundation; the supreme law was absolute obedience, the execution of any order whatsoever without question.  Himmler himself, as Reichsfuhrer of the SS, was the general of the order.  The structure of leadership was borrowed from the hierarchical order of the Catholic Church.  He took over a medieval castle, the so-called Wevelsburg at Paderborn in [Roman Catholic] Westphalia [the "Peace of Westphalia" having ended the Order's First Thirty Years' War (1618-1648)], and had it repaired so that it might serve as a kind of ‘SS monastery.’ Here the general of the order would hold a secret consistory once a year attended by the top leadership of the order [just as the Jesuits hold a 30-day retreat once a year reviewing Loyola's Spiritual Exercises].  They would take part in spiritual exercises and practice sessions in concentration.  In the large meeting hall each member had his particular chair with his name engraved on a silver plaque.”  [Emphasis in bold]

SS Einsatzgruppen D, "Last Jew of Vinnitsa," Ukraine, 1941

SS Einsatzgruppen D, “Last Jew of Vinnitsa,” Ukraine, 1941

Further, a most barbaric method of murder carried out by the SS occurred in Russia during the Hitler’s crusade against the Russian Orthodox Christians titled “Operation Barbarossa,” named after the German leader of Rome’s Third Crusade, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Frederick Barbarossa.  Of a particular Einsatzgruppen (having been secretly accompanied by Jesuit priests to hear confessions as well as to encourage the crusaders to kill “these perfidious Jews”) Hohne writes on page 409:

“Hearing of the approach of a murder commando, the Jews of one Russian village had gone into hiding: when the commando reached the village, the only person whom the SS men saw in the street was a woman with a baby in her arms.  She refused to tell them where the Jews were hidden.  One of the men snatched the baby from her, gripped it by the legs and smashed its head against a door.  An SS man recalls: ‘It went off with a bang like a bursting motor tyre [tire].  I shall never forget that sound as long as I live.’  Beside herself, the woman gave away the hiding place.”

Does the Society of Jesus ever advocate such barbaric murder after this manner?  In a portion of the Black Pope’s bloody Fourth Vow we read as quoted in your editor’s Vatican Assassins: “Wounded In The House Of My Friends,” page 145:

“I furthermore promise and declare that I will, when opportunity presents, make and wage relentless war, secretly of openly, against all heretics, Protestants and Liberals, as I am directed to do, to extirpate and exterminate them from the face of the whole earth; and that I will spare neither age, sex or condition; and that I will hang, burn, waste, boil, flay, strangle and bury alive these infamous heretics, rip up the stomachs and wombs of their women [which the Franciscan Order's Croatian Ustachis did to the Orthodox Serbian women during WWII] and crush their infants’ heads against the walls, in order to annihilate forever their execreable race.”

Now that we know from primary sources that the Order of the SS was patterned after the Society of Jesus by Roman Catholic Bavarian Heinrich Himmler (whose father, Gebhard, had been a tutor to the Wittlesbach royals of Munich overseen by Jesuits from their Church of St. Michael adjacent to the Cathedral of the Archbishop of Munich), could it be that the Order of the SS would use the symbol of the Jesuit Order, the dastardly “IHS”?  The following pictures will answer that question, sustaining forever the fact that Himmler’s Order of the Death’s Head was nothing more than Jesuit henchmen in ornate military uniform rendering absolute obedience to its Jesuit Papal Master in Rome in accordance with the Jesuit Oath of the Fourth Vow and diabolical Counter-Reformation Council of Trent!

The following five pictures of occult insignia “LAH” exclusively designate Hitler’s bodyguard division of the Military Order of the SS commanded by Bavarian Roman Catholic, General Josef “Sepp” Dietrich.  The subsequent four pictures are of Loyola’s occult insignia “IHS” designating the Pope’s bodyguard division—the Military Company of the Society of Jesus.  The insignias are identical.

LAH Insignia, Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division

LAH Insignia, Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division

LAH: Liebstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division, Pin

LAH: Liebstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division, Pin

LAH: Liebstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division, Flag

LAH: Liebstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division, Flag

LAH: Liebstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division, Officer's Cuffband

LAH: Liebstandarte SS Adolf Hitler Division, Officer’s Cuffband

LAH: Liebstandart SS Adolf Hitler Division, Officer's Ring

LAH: Liebstandart SS Adolf Hitler Division, Officer’s Ring

IHS, sometines as JHS, Seal of the Jesuit Order

IHS, sometines as JHS, Seal of the Jesuit Order

IHS: Funeral Drapery with IHS Inset

IHS: Funeral Drapery with IHS Inset

IHS: Seal of the Jesuit Order, Gothic

IHS: Seal of the Jesuit Order, Gothic

IHS: St. John's Anglican Church above Doorway Entrance, England

IHS: St. John’s Anglican Church above Doorway Entrance, England

Eric Jon Phelps
By Eric Jon Phelps June 29, 2010 16:57 Updated
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