Your point? The man was a raving, lunatic, superstitious mystic. He was more inclined to bring back the pantheon of Roman gods, or have people worshipping Woden, than establish an atheistic ideology of governance. And despite his criticism of the church of his surroundings, and his mystical visions of destiny, he is usually labeled a theist. Bullshit. "They" were mostly theists, doing that stuff. And even so not much of that was Hitler style "eugenics", even the silliest of it. ? So what was your point?