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Savitri Devi
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Religious Figure
    (September 30, 1905-October 22, 1982)
    Born in Lyon, France
    Birth name was Maximiani Portas
    Proponent of a blending of Hindu philosophy with National Socialism
    Wrote 'A Warning to the Hindus' (1936), 'Defiance' (1951), 'Gold in the Furnace' (1952), 'Pilgrimage' (1958), 'The Lightning and the Sun' (1958), 'Impeachment of Man' (1959) and 'Memories and Reflections of an Aryan Woman' (1976)
    She claimed Hitler was an avatar of the god Vishnu.
    She went to India to study the caste system as a model for racial segregation.
    She married her husband solely to avoid being deported from India.
    She spied for the Axis during WWII.
    She was a Holocaust denier.
    Her writings were described as 'dense, wordy and incomprehensible.'
    She claimed UFOs were craft from a Nazi sanctuary in Antarctica.
    She was a vegetarian to demonstrate her respect for all life.
    She advocated the death penalty for people who did not respect animals.
    She earned a doctorate in mathematics.
    She was fluent in eight languages: English, French, German, Italian, Greek, Icelandic, Hindi and Bengali.
    She lost most of her vision to cataracts late in life.

Credit: C. Fishel

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