Originally Posted by Dreamline
Hilter was not an atheist. He was not overly demonstrative with his religious expression, didn't attend church but made many public statements that confirmed his belief in Christianity, it's importance to his ideal vision of Germany and he remained a self-professed Catholic his whole life.
But one does not have to be spiritual at all to make LOA work in their favor.
I'm aware of his religious affiliations as well as the symbolism he borrowed from other than Christian sources and put to effective use for his own ends. My main point was that by most peoples standards he was not a "spiritual" person. Of course, I find a distinct separation between 'religious' and 'spiritual' , with religion ultimately being divisive and spirituality unifying.
As far as my experience goes the LOA can be used to keep a man warm or burn the house down, it's up to the individual. The notion that one must be evolved spiritually or be a vegan or be a good person is simply based on the very human beliefs about 'deserving'. I have personally manifested some things that were ultimately bad for me, and very proficiently at that.