Andreas Huettl and Peter-R. Koenig
Jünger, Jäger und Justiz
Paperback, 416 pages
with 65 illustrations
Published by Kreuzfeuer Verlag
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The AuthorsAndreas Huettl was born in 1964 in Wiesbaden and today is an attorney in Leipzig who has spent years researching the phenomenon of alleged mass Satanic child murders.
Peter-Robert Koenig was born in 1959 in Zurich. He has actively studied ethnology and psychology and held several occupations, mostly as a Braille translator and the author of more than one dozen books on occult orders.
The BookAndreas Huettl provides an historical and legal overview of decades of ritual murder accusations. These accusations are typically raised without concrete proof, but nevertheless commonly pursued against occult sects in general.
This summary overview is enhanced with 30 years of findings from police authorities, public prosecutor's offices and legal cases. Information from all state police agencies, the Federal Criminal Investigation Office and the Federal Information Service are considered as well as judicial rulings since the early 1970's involving the wave of Satanic Panic over alleged Satanic crimes committed by occult orders.
The roots of these accusations are traced historically over the centuries through the blood-soaked accusations of ritual murder legends, including the most spectacular cases of diabolical crimes, including infamous allegations against Jews; each case is highlighted by a legal evaluation. The recurring pattern of child murder allegations shows that virtually the same content and nearly identical phraseology occurs no matter which group is accused.
Following this historical survey, occult order expert P.R. Koenig, who has collected and published since 1985 detailed material and information on these orders, reveals background facts, numbers and information to prove that typically occult groups, although routinely condemned by the media and so-called cult experts, on closer inspection do not appear to have committed these sensational Satanic crimes nor be the masterminds of a worldwide conspiracy.
This book is an interdisciplinary view of Satanism, its intimate relationship with the mass media and its legal rights in relation to the police and before the Courts of Justice, with an exploration of the social meaning of the Weltanschauung Thelema and its protagonists.
Many of Peter-R. Koenig's books are carried by the Assocation for Religious and Worldview Inquiry (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Religions- und Weltanschauungsfragen = A.R.W.). Further information is available at Religio .