Satanism  Karl Marx

Marx and Satan

a book by Richard Wurmbrand


'Marx's chief aim was the destruction of religion. The good of the workers was only a pretense....Communism is collective demon- possession".---Richard Wurmbrand

The book is available online here &

The late Reverend Richard Wurmbrand spent 14 years as a prisoner of the Communist government in Romania , where he was persecuted for his faith in Jesus Christ. His experience led him to spend further years researching Karl Marx and the Communist doctrines he developed. While Communism  portrays itself as a noble endeavor for the good of mankind, and claims an Atheistic view, Wurmbrand exposes its true roots, revealing that Karl Marx and the fathers of the modern Communist/Socialist  movements were inspired by the powers of darkness.

By examining the confessions, writings, and poetry of Marx and his followers, the author demonstrates how the "prince of darkness" gave these men the "sword" by which they have terrorized the nations. We consider this book an essential key to understanding the New World Order movement, of which Communism plays an important role. Wurmbrand proves that this movement is not simply the work of greedy men, hungry for wealth and power, but is "after the working of Satan" with the intent of destroying mankind.


I have recently read this book, and would recommend it to others. Those who know of the Jewish origins of Communism and the Satanic nature of the religion of Talmudic "Judaism" can already connect the dots. But this book is useful in that it provides a very compelling case that the man known as "Karl Marx" (an ethnic jew descended from a long line of rabbis whose real name was Moses Levy Mordecai) and his close associates at the center of the development of communism (almost exclusively known jews) were avowed Satanists or Luciferians, citing letters, poems, and other writings from Marx and his communist associates. It also details how a jew named Moses Hess actually recruited and shaped Marx's thinking, and was the brainchild of communism, with Marx being the frontman.

As practicing Satanists, Marx and his Jewish cohorts desired, like Satan himself, above all to steal, kill, and destroy, a take as many people to the abyss as possible. And that was the purpose of the ideology of communism - destruction. The lofty talk of "fighting for the proletariat" and improving society was just a bait, and the call for violent and permanent revolution against the existing (Christian) order the means to place the Jewish leaders of Communism into power. And, as history shows, this agenda of death and destruction has been ruthlessly implemented by the Jewish communists from 1917 onward all over the world.

The book is available online here. It should also be noted that the author Richard Wurmbrand is an ethnic jew, a self-confessed "convert" to Christianity, and holds and expresses in the book the kosher views on the Holocaust Hoax and the idea that the jews are the descendants of the Israelites.

The following are some particularly interesting excerpts from the book. The first excerpt is a quotation from a Satanic drama/play titled "Oulanem" written by Marx.

From Chapter One, "Changed Loyalties", Sub-Heading "The Satanist Church and Oulanem" (pp 15-16 paperback):
"Now I quote from the drama Oulanem itself:
And they are also Oulanem, Oulanem.
The name rings forth like death, rings forth
Until it dies away in a wretched crawl.
Stop, I’ve got it now! It rises from my soul
As clear as air, as strong as my bones.

Yet I have power within my youthful arms
To clench and crush you [i.e., personified humanity]
with tempestuous force,
While for us both the abyss yawns in darkness.
You will sink down and I shall follow laughing,
Whispering in your ears, “Descend,
come with me, friend.”
From Chapter Two, "Against All Gods", Sub-Heading "Satan in Marx’s Family" (pg 23 paperback):
"Marx was an avowed enemy of all gods, a man who had bought his sword from the prince of darkness at the price of his soul. He had declared it his aim to draw all mankind into the abyss and to follow them laughing."
From Chapter Four, "Too Late", Sub-Heading "Family Letters" (pg 46 paperback):
"Another possible hint is contained in a letter written to Marx by his son Edgar on March 31, 1854. It begins with the startling words, “My dear devil.” Who has ever known of a son addressing his father like this? But that is how a Satanist writes to his beloved one. Could the son have been initiated as well?

Equally significant, Marx’s wife addresses him as follows, in a letter of August 1844,
Your last pastoral letter, high priest and bishop of souls, has again given quiet rest and peace to your poor sheep.
Marx had expressed, in The Communist Manifesto, his desire to abolish all religion, which one might as­sume would include abolishing the Satanist cult too. Yet his wife refers to him as high priest and bishop. Of what religion? The only European religion with high priests is the Satanist one. What pastoral letters did he, a man believed to have been an atheist, write? Where are they? This is a part of Marx’s life which has re­mained unresearched."
From Chapter Five, "A Cruel Counterfeit", Sub-Heading "Bukharin, Stalin, Mao, Ceausescu, Andropov":
"Other evidences of Satanist persuasion among Marxist leaders are also significant. Troitskaia, daugh­ter of the Soviet marshal Tuhatchevsky, one of the top men of the Red Army who was later shot by Stalin, wrote of her father that he had a picture of Satan in the east corner of his bedroom, where the Orthodox usual­ly put their ikons.

When a certain Communist in Czechoslovakia was named head of the State Council for Religious Affairs, an institution whose purpose is to spy on believers and persecute them, he took the name “Hruza,” which means in Slovak “horror,” an appellation used for “dev­il.”

One of the leaders of a terrorist organization in Argentina took upon himself the nickname “Satanovsky.”

Anatole France, a renowned French Communist writer, introduced some of the greatest intellectuals of France to communism. At a recent exhibition of demo­niac art in Paris, one of the pieces shown was the specific chair used by that Communist writer for pre­siding over Satanist rituals. Its horned armrests and legs were covered with goat’s fur.

Britain’s center of Satanism is Highgate Cemetery in London, where Karl Marx is buried. Mysterious rites of black magic are celebrated at this tomb."