Frabato the Magician Frabato the Magician

Frabato the Magician

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Franz Bardon was born on December 1, 1909, in Katherein, near Opava in the present day Czech Republic. He died on July 10, 1958, in Brno, Czech Republic. He attended public school in Opava, and after that apprenticed as a mechanic. His stage name was “Frabato,” which is an abbreviation of Franz Bardon Troppau Opava. In order to direct the attention of the people to the magic sciences, he performed in front of his audience the possibilities of genuine magic. To the end of the 1920’s he appeared as a performer of magic in Germany and from 1945 to 1951 in his homeland, the Czech Republic. His main profession, however, was that of Naturopath, which he began to practice in 1941. He attended the Naturopathic College in Munich, where he graduated in 1941. In 1945, when there was a lack of medical doctors he was given the position of the administrator of a hospital in Opava. Since he achieved extraordinary successes with his remedies (for example, he was able to completely cure second stage cancer), in 1958 a campaign was started by the medical establishment to discredit Franz Bardon’s healing successes with false accusations, which led to his final arrest in April of 1958. During detention Franz Bardon died in the prison hospital of an old illness, before sentence was passed, for which the authorities refused to give him medication. The special history of this work required serious consideration on my part before I published it under the name of Franz Bardon, and the importance of the subject matter finally decided the issue. To pay tribute to the truth, I should not conceal the fact from the reader that, in actuality, Franz Bardon supplied only the framework for this book. Being pressed for time, he left its entire completion and embellishment to his secretary, Otti Votavova. Unfortunately, Bardon’s posthumous manuscript was not ready for print, and therefore I had to revise it. Now the full name of the lodge that is mentioned in Frabato the Magician shall be revealed. The abbreviation FOGC means: Freemasonic Order of the Golden Centurie. The Latin expression centurie represents the number 100. I would like to pass on some of the information which, according to Otti Votavova, she received directly from Franz Bardon. According to her, Adolf Hitler was a member of a 99 Lodge. In addition, Hitler and some of his confidants were members of the Thule Order, which was simply the external instrument of a group of powerful Tibetan black magicians, who used the members of the Thule Order for their own purposes. Whoever knows the facts will understand the sentence that was contained in Hitler’s speech on January 30, 1945: “Central Asia will not be victorious in this particular battle either; instead, it will be Europe and at the top it will be the nation which has represented Europe as the predominant power against the east and will represent it forever in the future: our great German Reich, the German nation!” (A quote from Hitler’s Speeches and Proclamations 1932, 1945, by Max Domarus.) Hitler also employed, as camouflage, several doppelgangers that were deployed on various occasions. Franz Bardon was offered a high position in the Third Reich by Adolf Hitler, but only in exchange for his help in winning the war with his magical abilities. Moreover, Franz Bardon was also expected to reveal to Hitler the locations of the other ninety eight lodges throughout the world. When Bardon refused, he was exposed to the cruelest tortures. But then he was released, because it was assumed that he would soon die due the severe injuries he had sustained. After the war Franz Bardon discovered through his magical abilities that Hitler had fled to South America, and in order that he would not be recognized he had several facial plastic surgeries. In regards to Hitler’s flight to South America, I would like to mention that on March 5, 1979 the German Bild Zeitung reported that Hitler’s private plane was found in a South American jungle. But the most important questions were not asked: “How did Hitler’s private plane get there? Who was in the plane?” The photographs of Hermes Trismegistos, Lao Tse, Mahum Tah Ta and the Temple of Shamballah presented in this volume were originally published in the book Buddha of the West, by Hans Albert Müller. Only recently did this fact become known to me; the photos were first painted by a mediumistic artist from Franz Bardon’s magic mirror. In his second book, The Practice of Magical Evocation, Franz Bardon has written in some detail concerning the fact that certain disadvantages must always be taken into account when any kind of pact is made. Anyone who has thoroughly studied the occult sciences will not find it difficult to distinguish and ascertain what lodges, orders, sects and groups truly are. One should always be on one’s utmost guard wherever money or oaths are demanded in exchange for spiritual instruction, and wherever the secrets are kept by the higher degrees and concealed from the lower ones. Evidence regarding the events and phenomena related in this book will be reserved for people trained and developed in magic. Humankind will have to resign itself to the fact that a great deal of evidence concerning the workings of our cosmos can only be furnished through spiritual means.

1 February
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