Well unlike Darwin himself, he believed in a pantheistic version of Darwinism, he did believe it was guided by an impersonal force and not purely natural selection. More of guided natural selection. He believed that the Aryans were destined to be superior beings on earth. But apparently he believed that he was part of that guiding force so that by eliminating the unfit like the jews, he was helping his people reach their rightful place.Did he strongly believe in Darwin's theory of evolution, or did he believe in the idea that Nature was trying to perfect species by guarding their purity, raising them to higher and higher levels until she reached her masterpiece, Man? Because you won't find the latter idea in Darwin.