777 ~ Widukind ~ Wittekind ~ Wedekind ~ Wreck-It Ralph ~ Master of the Temple

“The Universe consists of A-tomos and the Void;
Everything else is Opinion.”
Democritus 343 BC

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Time line of Templar administration in Europe

  • 1227 Aleman Priory for Central Europe
  • 1227 Fr. Gebhard, Preceptor Allemaie (Central Europe)
  • 1251 Fr. Johannes, Magistro summo preceptore milicie Templi per Teutoniam, per Boemiam, per Morauiam et per Poloniam (Knight Jan)
  • 1253 Grand Priory Aleman for Central Europe in Braunschweig
  • 1253 Fr. Wedekind, Magister per Alemanniam et Slauiam (Brother Widekind)
  • 1280 R de Grae`ubius Preceptor domorum milicie Templi per Alemanniam et Slavia
  • 1287 Fridericus de Silvester, velkopreceptor w Niemczech i Sławii
  • 1294 Berthramus dictus de Czweck (preceptor Niemiec, Sławii i Morawii)
    1. Superior of Ekko (Bertram of Esbeck)
  • 1301 Friedrich von Alvensleben, the last Prior Alemannien und Slawien
  • 1310 Hugo Gumbach, Grand master of Germany
  • 1294 Priory for Bohemia, Moravia and Austria
  • 1244 Commander in Moravia at the Court of Austrian Duke Friedrich II der Streitbare
  • 1294 Fr. Ekko, Comendator provincialis per Bohemian, Moraviam et Austriam
  • 1292 Commander of Cejkovice
  • 1297 master militiae Totius Bohemiae et Moraviae
  • 1302 commendator provinzialis per Bohemiam, Moraviam et Austriam
  • 1308 magister ordinis Templi per Boemiam et Moraviam
  • The Autonomous Grand Priory of Scotland » Templar …

And another German brother, Von Wedekind, asserts that “we only labor in our temple when we make man our predominating object, when we unite goodness of heart with polished manners, truth with beauty, virtue with grace.” ++)

Again we have Reinhold telling us, in true Teutonic expansiveness of expression, that “by the mystical Solomonic temple we are to understand the high ideal or archetype of humanity in the best possible condition of social improvement, wherein every evil inclination is overcome, every passion is resolved into the spirit of love, and wherein each for all, and all for each, kindly strive to work.”

And thus the German Masons call this striving for all almost millennial result labor in the temple.

Wedekind – Meaning of Wedekind

[ 3 syll.wedekin(d), wed-eki-nd ]
The name Wedekind is pronounced as WEHDihKIHND †. Wedekind is mainly used in German and it is of Germanic origin.

It is a two-element name (a kenning) derived from the words ‘witu‘ and ‘kind‘ with the meanings wood, forest and child respectively.

It was borne by Widukind (730-808), a Saxon leader who was the chief antagonist of Charlemagne during the Saxon Wars.
The German Wedigo, the German Widukind, the German Wiedekind, and the German Wittekind are variant forms of the name.

† English pronunciation for Wedekind: W as in “we (W.IY)” ; EH as in “ebb (EH.B)” ; D as in “day (D.EY)” ; IH as in “it (IH.T)” ; K as in “key (K.IY)” ; N as in “knee (N.IY)”

N as in “knee”?

I found the following at the above links for Saxonforest and wood providing yet more numerical coincidences linked back to the numbers ’37’ ‘137’ ‘1379’ and the year 1937.

  • There are 30 Saxon names for baby boys.
    Saxon names are fairly popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1937, 7.716% of baby boys were given Saxon names.
  • At the height of their usage in 1966, 0.733% of baby boys were given Forest names.
  • At the recent height of their usage in 2012, 1.785% of baby boys were given Wood names. In 2012, within all Wood names, the English and Hebrew Elijah was the most commonly used

Recall ELIjah contains the ‘I37’ code in his name.
i.e. rotate ELI into I73.

‘Widekind’ Master of the Temple 

777

Widukind (8th/9th centuries; modernized name Wittekind) was a pagan Saxon leader and the chief opponent of Charlemagne during the Saxon Wars. Widukind was the leader of the Saxons against the Frankish king Charlemagne (later emperor of the West).

In 782, when Charlemagne organized Saxony as a Frankish province and ordered conversions of the pagan Saxons of Widukind to Roman Catholicism, the Saxons resumed warfare against the Franks. In later times, Widukind became a symbol of Saxon independence and a figure of legend.

Very little is known about Widukind’s life. All sources about him stem from his enemies, the Franks, who painted a negative picture of Widukind, calling him an “insurgent” and a “traitor”.

He was mentioned first in 777, when he was the only one of the Saxon nobles not to appear at Charlemagne’s court in Paderborn. Instead, he stayed with the Danish king Siegfried (possibly Sigurd Ring).

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Wreck-It Ralph is a 2012 American 3D computer-animated family-action comedy film[4] produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.[5] It is the 52nd animated feature in theWalt Disney Animated Classics series.

 The film features the voices of John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, and Jane Lynch.

The film tells the story of the titular arcade game villain who rebels against his role and dreams of becoming a hero. He travels between games in the arcade, and ultimately must eliminate a dire threat that could affect the entire arcade, and one that Ralph may have inadvertently started.

 At a support group for video-game antagonists, Ralph reveals his desire to stop being the bad guy.

So the lead voices are provided by J.C. rEILly and SS Sarah Silverman?
This is Disney’s 52 animated feature.

52 – WTF?

wolf rolf ROFL

Ok I get it.
I am taking part in a cosmic video game, or as I look around it seems to be playing itself out that way.
And after watching Wreck It Ralph, it became apparent to me that I might be either the glitch in the system, or the fella to help fix it.

Pearls and Pigs

“Do not give what is holy to dogs, and do not throw pearls before swine lest they trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces.”
– Matthew 7:6

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Statue of Widukind in Kreis Herford, created by sculptor Heinrich Wefing in 1899.
Ironically, the Nazis melted down the original in 1942 for armaments.
The present statue was recast from the original design in 1959.

To choose to become a voice for the TRUTH that never ceases to amaze ME is not a role for everybody I have come to realize.  Few are chosen, fewer still answer the call of the wild man inside that seeks to be tamed.
As a child I was drawn to the Knight and the noble task.

I AM not in this for the Nobel prize.
And after having been torn to pieces by ignorance incarnate I can guarantee the reader the task I have taken upon myself is clearly not for the meek at heART nor those with a weakened MiNd that easily gives into temptations.

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source of the next 6 engravings : British Museum

King Wittekind fighting a hostile duke;
both on horseback in foreground fighting with battle axes,
troops in background.
Illustration to Peter Albinus,
‘Außzug der Eltisten und fürnembsten Historien des uralten streitbarn und beruffenen Volcks der Sachssen …’, (Dresden) 1597.

Portrait of Widukind, the Great, Duke of Saxony, full length facing the front,
making a gesture with his right hand,within an ornamental frame
1581 Engraving

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Inscribed on the top of the image with the title and below with production details: ‘FF‘ and ‘1581’

Frantz Friderich (sculptor/medallist; printmaker; German; Male; 1520 – 1584; fl.)

Hollstein, F W H, German engravings, etchings and woodcuts c.1400-1700

Date 1400-1500 (circa)
Half length figure of Widukind, King of Saxony (fl. 102 A.D.),
turned to the right, holding a sabre in his right hand, wearing an armour –
Engraving

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Lettered below with the title of the image and: ‘Victor Regis, regno dignus/ Eines Gefrönten gefröhte Bestige’ and in the top right corner of the image with: ’74’

“Victor King, worthy / A Gefrönten gefröhte Bestige

Date – 1400-1500 (circa)
Description
Half length figure of Widukind II, Prince of Saxony (died 825),
turned to the right, holding a weapon in his right hand, wearing an armour
Engraving

Inscription Content

Inscription Content: Lettered below with the title of the image and: ‘Nova orsus secula Genti/ Neues wachsen für die Sachsen’ and in the top right corner of the image with: ‘170’

Beginning with the New Worlds of the Nation/New growth for the Saxons

Duke Widukind of Saxony (royal/imperial; German; Male; c.755 – 807/825)

Biography

Leader of the Saxon resistance against the expansion of the Franks under Charlemagne (q.v.); subject of a number of medieval myths and legends.

Also Known As Widukind; Saxony; Wittekind; Wedekind II; Widukind II; the Great Widukind; Saxony; Wittekind; Wedekind II; Widukind II; the Great

By common consent of posterity the Saxon Wittekind, although all but the barest facts of his life are lost, has been singled out as the worthiest opponent whom Charles ever met. In legend the war reduces itself to a duel between the two. They fight in single combat for the prize of Saxony.

The legend is not far from the truth.

The baptism of Wittekind or Widukind marks the birthday of united Christian Germany, the death of Saxony.

Wedekind der Grosse/ K. und Erster Herzog zu Sachsen
Portrait of Widukind, the Great, Duke of Saxony,
half length, making a sign with his raised right hand, holding a stick in his left hand
Engraving

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Lettered below with the title of the image, ‘Christo insitus et sator alti stemmatis/ Christ Pflanzen Hoch Stamm-Pflanze/ starb A.C. 807’ and in the top left corner ‘150’

‘Christ and the creator of high resident family / Christ plant high-stem plant died

Epitaph in monumenti / marginibus / Widekindus Rex Saxon

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Lettered on the top of the image with: ‘Insignia monumento addita/ Ad caput’ in the middle with ‘Ad pedes’ and at the bottom with the title, four lines of text, starting with: ‘Ossauiri Fortis, cuius sors nescia mortis …’ and production details: ‘FF / 1581’

‘Insignia monument added / To Head’ / ‘the feet’ / ‘Ossauiri Strong, whose lot of death unknown’

Wedekind Azure, featured a crescent turned money adextré a star of the same. Crowned helmet.

Wedekind Quarterly: 1 and 4, Azure, a flag silver, c. a fess sand, wrapped around the shaft band asked, 2nd and 3rd, gold, a deer from sand, holding it between his teeth an annulet gold.
Wedekind Quarterly, the one, of Azure, a cock gules bold, at 2, Gules, a snake undulating band vert, holding between his teeth curved mirror of gold at 3, Gules, a crescent bypassed for money to 4, azure, two silver stars, bar rows. Crowned helmet

Origins

Wedekind Family History
Spelling variations of this family name include: Wedekind, Weedkind, Weedkine and others. First found in Hesse, where the name was closely identified in the early period of history with the feudal society which would become prominent throughout Europe. Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: and other settlers were recorded from the mid 17th century in the great migration from Europe. Migrants settled in the eastern seaboard from to Maine, to Pennsylvania, to Florida, and to the islands.

Motto:

Motto Translated:

Crest: A star between two elephant trunks.

Coat of Arms: Blue shield with a star and a crescent moon.

Black Saxon Steed, according to legend Duke Widukind‘s ensign
for Old Saxony (700–785)

Widukind’s White Steed as ensign of the Duchy of Saxony,
claimed by the House of Welf from 1361, adopted by the Electorate of Hanover

Charlemagne (742–814) receiving the submission of Widukind at Paderborn in 785, by Ary Scheffer (1795–1858).Versailles

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To: IrminsulSaxon@yahoogroups.com

From: robert7sass@yahoo.com

Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 12:43:19 -0700

Subject: Re: [IrminsulSaxon] Wittekind doc re-written (minor changes)

THERE was great anxiety throughout Saxony. Messengers had gone through the land summoning the people to a grand assembly, such as was held only in times of special business or grave danger. None knew the reason for the summons, but all knew that the Frankish king Charles, or Charlemagne, as men had begun already to call him, had led his armies to the borders of Saxony. The men who were making their way over the forest paths to the place of meeting shook their heads gravely when his name was spoken.

The assembly came together, and still no one knew what the reason was for its call, until the oldest chief of the Saxons arose and said: “An ambassador has come from the Franks, and desires speech with the Saxon nation. If it be your will, he shall be called into your midst.

“Bring him into our presence,” replied the chiefs, and a tall Frank, clad in the garb of a monk, was brought before th

“I am a Christian bishop,” he said, “and I come to tell you of my God. Your gods which you worship are no gods at all. They have no power, and it is wrong to worship them. Mine is the only true God. He is stronger than all others, and all who do not bow down before him are heathen. I call you to put aside your idols and give him honor and worship. Give up your religion and take mine. If you do not, I have something to tell you which has been revealed to me. A great and powerful king will come against you, whom God shall send to punish you. He will conquer your nation and wipe it out from the face of the earth. This will happen if you do not become Christians.”

The Frank was silent, and a murmur of indignation rose among the people, which soon grew into a cry of anger.

“What has he said to us? That our gods are no gods at all; that we must take his foreign god or his king will come upon us? It is an insult. Away with him, let him be put to death!” Thus spoke the younger chiefs, whose blood ran hot in their veins; but the old men held them back as they would have fallen upon the stranger and taken him away. “He is our guest,” they said. “He has come to us as ambassador from Charles. Let him depart with our answer; let it not be said that an ambassador was murdered in the Saxon assembly.”

Their words prevailed, and the Frankish monk went back to Charlemagne. He reported that the Saxons were a fierce and stubborn people, and that they refused to accept the God of the Christians. Charlemagne was angry at the message, and he called together a great council both of the men of the church and of the fighting men of the kingdom. They agreed that they would fight the rebellious Saxons and force them to become Christians.

“These people must not remain heathen, worshiping idols,” declared Charlemagne. “It would be a disgrace to the Frankish church if we let heathen carry on their practices unchecked on our very borders. Saxony must be Christianized or wiped out.”

With a great army he crossed over into Saxony. There was in the western part of Saxony, near the Frankish border, a sacred grove, the grove of Eresburg, which was situated at the top of a hill. Here the Saxons came to worship. They believed that the universe was shaped like a great tree: the rays of the sun were the branches, the earth was the trunk. On the branches and at the roots lived the gods,—the sun and moon and stars, the wind, the thunder, the water gods, and many more. So they worshipped at an image of this all-sustaining world tree, a wooden likeness of it. They called their sacred pillar “Irminsul” which means “strong pillar” in Old Saxon. They had been a wandering people before they settled between the Rhine and the Elbe, but wherever they went they had always kept with them this pillar of wood, which was carved in the likeness of the earth tree, they called the earth “Mitgard” or “Middle Earth.” Now, when they lived over a wide stretch of country and were split up into many tribal clans, they had put the Irminsul in the sacred grove at Eresburg, and here they came together as a nation, at certain seasons of the year, to pay honor to the symbol of their common faith.

Charlemagne had heard of this pagan Saxon custom, and it seemed to him a terrible thing that these heathen should come together and worship at an “idol.” “If I destroy this idol,” he said to himself, “I shall have done a service to God, destroying the source of this terrible heathen belief.

Frankish soldiers stormed the hill of Eresburg and stepped within the sacred circle where only the priests of the Saxons might stand. They found there a hoard of gold and silver and many ornaments, deposited before the Irminsul as offerings by many generations of Saxons. These they distributed in the army. The sacred pillar they cut in pieces. In three days the work of destruction was finished,—the sacred grove had been cut down and a Frankish fort rose in its place.. Though ironically, this tree symbol would continue during the Christ Mass, or Christmas in Christian services, having its origin in the Paganism of the Saxon People. So too would Ostara or “Easter” (in Anglo-Saxon ‘Eostre’) the Christians would borrow the fertility symbols of spring, chickens, rabbits, and eggs, from the Pagan Saxon spring customs, adding it to their celebration of their Christ god.

That was the way Charlemagne went over to Christianize Saxony and to add it as a province to his empire. Do you wonder that he did not find it easy? Do you wonder that the Saxons rose up against this conqueror that had insulted their gods and threatened to take away their freedom and that it was thirty-three years from the time of his first entrance into Saxony before he felt that the province was surely his? That is a side of the matter which the Franks could not see, but which we can see very plainly.

In the first two years Charlemagne thought that he had conquered Saxony, as he had conquered other lands, by a few battles and marches and a show of power. He had the chiefs come together and offer him allegiance. To the great king, accustomed to be obeyed, it seemed as if the story of independent Saxony was closed, and so perhaps it would have been if it had not been for one thing which the historian records in eight words, “Wittekind, duke of the Westphalians, was not there.” Charlemagne did not know it; he did not care. He went back to Italy, rejoicing that another great section of Europe had been added so easily to his empire

But Wittekind, chief of the Westphalians, had not been there. He had not intended to be there; he had urged the other chiefs not to be. In the breast of this Saxon chief burned a passion for independence which was like a torch shining out in these days of gloom and despondency and giving forth its light and heat till all Saxony caught fire and was aglow with the passion for freedom.

“The Franks think they have conquered us. The king has gone away and left his men to rule over us. He has burned down the sacred places of our religion. He has banned our democracy and councils at Marklo, where we forbid kingships as dictatorships, but allow all, noble, free, and servile equal representation and voice in affairs. Shall we let any man, however strong, place us under the rule of foreigners and take away our gods, giving us a foreign god in their place?”

So spoke Wittekind; and so men began to speak all through the land; and the people rose, with him as their leader, and threw off the hated yoke of the Franks and tore down the forts which had been built. Then Charlemagne came back, and again he conquered.. Again he summoned the chiefs of the defeated people to come and give him their allegiance, and again they dared not stay away; but again “Wittekind, chief of the Westphalians, was not there.” When he saw that the people were yielding and that he could do his country no good by staying, he had crossed over to Denmark, to whose king he had given his sister in marriage, there to get help for the Saxons. This time Charlemagne wanted him; he had learned that it mattered that he was not there; but he could not get him.

Charlemagne stayed longer this time. He had found out that these people could not be subdued by one victory. He beheaded 4,500 of them for returning to their pagan ways after forced baptism. He gave them laws which the Saxons hated very much,—laws taxing them one tenth of their income and of their labor to build Christian churches, and decreeing that everyone who did not submit to be baptized must be killed. Along with the hateful laws he showed them his power and riches. “For the first time,” says the chronicle, “the needy Saxons learned to know the abundance of wealthy Gaul, for Charles gave to them many lands, and costly vestments, heaps of silver, and rivers of mellow wine.” This was simply an attempt on Charlemagne’s part to destroy the Saxon culture and society. To replace their government, where noble, free, and servile had equal representation, with a monarchial feudal system the rest of Europe had, where the King was a dictator, and the nobles ruled the masses, who were not free, but serfs.

The Saxons were very angry at the laws, taxes, and forced tithes, which seemed to them like tribute, the badge of slavery. When Charlemagne went away to Spain to fight the Saracens, they sent to Denmark for Wittekind, and once more they rebelled. This time, however, many chiefs would not join in the fight for Saxon independence, because they had seen that under Charles they could be rich and prosperous. Some of the Saxon nobility enjoyed new found power over the masses in the feudal system, which did not allow all people a voice in government.

For a short time Wittekind and his armies carried all before them. If his whole nation had stood by him, it would have gone hard with the Franks. They would have been forced to let the Saxons be an independent allied people. The people were with Wittekind; the nobles, who fell for Frankish bribes, were not. So the Saxons were defeated, and Charlemagne ruled once more in the land. “At last, with open roads and no man to gainsay him, he went where he would through Saxony.”

The province seemed at last to be his, but Charlemagne was not satisfied, for, as before, “Wittekind, chief of the Westphalians, was not there.” He was still at large, sheltered by the people, who were his devoted followers, in the wilderness beyond the Elbe. No man of the common people could have been bribed or tortured to give him up to the conqueror

Now we see Charlemagne, Karl der Große, the emperor whose story was told in “Barbarian and Noble.” He did not send soldiers to take the patriot. He did not dare to put him to death. He sent envoys—not Frankish envoys, who would have been suspected of some plot, but men of Saxon blood—to treat with the chief and ask him to come to a conference, and he bade them offer hostages as a pledge of good faith. He knew Wittekind realized future resistance would be pointless, that Wittekind would be forced to give up the fight. The French were too numerous, too mighty a force, that Saxony must submit to Frankish Christian rule, as Saxon nobles betrayed their kinsmen.

Wittekind met the emperor’s offer in the same spirit. As Charlemagne knew that with Wittekind baptized there would be no leader of Saxon independence, so Wittekind had learned to his sorrow that with the other nobles of the Saxon nation supporting Charlemagne resistance would be useless. With only one companion, his friend Abbio, he came to the royal palace. There on Frankish soil, at the river which separated Saxony from the Frankish kingdom, he submitted to Christian baptism. The emperor himself stood sponsor for the Saxon convert, loading him with christening gifts. No longer would he ride a black horse, but a white horse, a gift from Charlemagne. Wittekind returned to Westphalia, where he lived to a good old age. Other nobles, who had gone over to Charlemagne’s side from love of wealth or desire for favor, deserted the emperor when they could no longer get these rewards. Amid all the later rebellions Wittekind remained faithful to his vow of allegiance, so myth would say, as Wittekind vanished from the history books after baptism.

Charlemagne took away from the Saxons their laws and gave them Christian law; he took away their heathen religion and gave them Christianity; he took away their democracy for a dictatorship, he took away their Saxon ways, for that of Rome, its drive for “Empire” (Reich), its concept of dictator, Caesar (Kaiser). Charlemagne conquered them for the time, but he could not take away the spirit of independence, whose great hero was the patriot Wittekind.

By common consent of posterity the Saxon Wittekind, although all but the barest facts of his life are lost, has been singled out as the worthiest opponent whom Charles ever met. In legend the war reduces itself to a duel between the two. They fight in single combat for the prize of Saxony. The legend is not far from the truth. The baptism of Wittekind marks the birthday of united Christian Germany, the death of Saxony.

This is distinctly a story with a moral. The young reader must come to see very plainly that a course of action may look entirely different from two opposite points of view. In “Barbarian and Noble” he saw the good side of building up an empire. Here he sees the other side, and he sees why an empire was not to succeed, because it takes little account of the liberty of the individual man or the small nation. The Saxon war is in history the darkest part of Charlemagne’s career.. “It’s only excuse was its success,” says one historian.

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As a result of ME journey these past 8 years I feel I have come to realize why the very religious Germans are so offended by the word ‘schweinehund‘ which literally translates to ‘pigdog’.

‘Schweinehund’ is a word that suggests the person is IGNORANT.

This discussion I had on an internet forum has given me insights to ME own animated cartoon nature.
Yes clearly I AM a loony tune.
oink oink woof woof
wolf rolf ROFL
selah V
ox

p.s.   17/01/2013

I came across this today and it is worth posting here on my blog.
The poor fella who wrote this blog sounds very much like ME, very similar trials and tribulations, with the same results.

“Freemasonry and October 1917”

Debunking the debunkers of the debunkers of the debunkers of the debunkers etc. You get the idea…Why are you trying to mess with me? Don’t you understand that these SPIN artists have a GOAL or a GOLA (or is it really GOLLA – shepherd). I am happy to let you carry on your gay little discussions about Nazis and Jews as long as you don’t bother me, all I am asking is to be left alone to post my shit in peace, so I suggest to save further exposition of your idiocy you quit now while the going is still relatively good for you. As you seem persistent to try and fuck with me, then try reading the following. Then ponder how your grotesque and sickening illiteracy has enabled a bunch of idiots to trick you into thinking all kinds of lunacy. They SPIN you a yarn, then weave it together into a security blanket which you use to keep yourself warm and insulated from real life.Phonetically J and Y are interchangeable (e.g. Yahweh or Jahweh). The Jew is simply YEW or YOU. I trust it you are American, as no good English man could talk the way you do.I call middle class black and white America singularly the biggest nation of FLAKES in the history of mankind. Sit around on your arses for 250 years and pay yourselves exorbitant wages, but turn your populace into agricultural and industrial and administrative slaves and then set them against each other on racial lines telling them they had it harder than the other side, put up the biggest bunch of tyrants in Germany and Russia and every other nation, destroy Japan, destroy Vietnam, destroy the Arab world, commit more adultery than any race ever, eat more pork than any race ever, sniff more coke than any race ever, spread AIDS and MKULTRA, fuck more whores than any race ever, pimp more children than any race ever, drink more booze than any race ever, abort more babies than any race ever, circumcise more babies than any race ever, and then, finally, (and god knows we have waited long enough for it to happen), when it starts to fall to pieces – turn around at the end of it all, and have the audacity and gall, that only an American could have, AND BLAME THE JEW. The JEW is YOU – you fucking morons. You really want someone to blame – try taking a look in the mirror. The first SERIOUS WARNING ALARM regarding the crass idiocy of the so called ‘debunkers of the debunkers’ is their willingness to embrace the symbolism of the swastika (and the Nazi’s use of it). The second SERIOUS WARNING ALARM has to be the idea of subtly humanising us to the idea of CONCENTRATION and WORK CAMPS on the grounds that the Nazis “were not really all that bad their concentration camps even had whorehouses” and knowing the predilection of Americans for prostitution, you’ll probably be lining up to get in there!In a recent article Michael Hoffman stated:“There is a startling resemblance between the Third Reich of Hitler’s Germany and Talmudic Judaism: Racial superiority is common to both; both capture and dominated; both emphasize intellect excellence, both are deceitful and ruthlessly ambitious”.http://revisionistreview.blogspot.co.uk … omaly.htmlOf course there is a resemblance – IT IS THE SAME RELIGION!Hoffman is one of the more inspired thinkers of recent times, not that he isn’t capable of talking out of his arse at times (as are the very best of us). Though I do not agree with the entire article, this paragraph by Hoffman is 100% correct, but it is not proved through comparisons of contemporary Judaism and Nazi-ism (though they are easy enough to make), but through an understanding of the development and doctrine of the symbols.“With the general consent of the whole there were three orders. The Arch Druid, who was elected to that position by all the other druids, it not being a hereditary office, fixed on the most beautiful oak tree in the grove and then performed the rite of consecration. All the side branches having being first cut off, he proceeded to join two of them to the highest part of the trunk, so that they extended on either side like the arms of a man and formed in the whole the shape of a cross swastika. Above the insertion of these branches and below they inscribed in the bark of the wood the word “Thau” and before it performed their most ancient rites – (Sodomy and orgies, as confirmed by Churchward in ‘Origins and Evolution of the Human Race’ where Churchward describes the Druids having ‘adored’ in groves – JB) The sign is also found occupying the centre of the triangle.”

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I.e in the exact same place we expect to find the eye of Horus (whore us) or Lucifer: Wake up dickheads.“That this sign of the swastika was found in Britain, 3000 BC until 300AD will prove pretty conclusively that the time of the exodus of the “Druids” from Egypt was at the time they had the Swastika, after they had converted this from the figures of the four quarters and before they had changed the same into the Ankh Cross by evolution, probably more than twenty thousand years ago if Flinders Petrie is right in his dates as to his recent discoveries at Abydos. The meaning of each is the same. The conversion of this sign “Swastika or Gammadion,” another name of it, and there are a great many different names for the same sign in various parts of the world – into the Latin cross was affected by the Christians in this way, as may be seen on a runic stone from Sweden.”

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“Thus we see how one from of the cross, now used amongst the Christians, originated direct from the sacred symbol of the Swastika, without following the evolution of the Ankh Cross which some others have, in those countries where the practice of the Osirian doctrines had been in progress for thousands of years after the exodus of the Druids from Egypt, probably at the period when they had just evolved the Solar mythos from the Stella and lunar; and the above would lead us to believe that there was little intercommunication, eschatologically, or any interference with them until the time that the Romans brought the doctrine of Christianity amongst them, then converting their long-used ancient and sacred symbols into an up-to-date form of the time.”“We think that this must be so, because of the very important figures of the early form of the Swastika, in the form of four Human Figures, which is still preserved and can be seen in Scotland as shown here. And the god of the 4 quarters is depicted as Atum-Ra in the Ritual (chap. Lxxxii.) . The divine man described by Plato was bicussated and stamped upon the universe in the likeness of a Cross. The new heaven in the book of revelation was formed according to the measure of a man (Rev . xxi 17), which was the old stellar heaven founded on the 4 cardinal points represented by the Swastika Cross of the 4 quarters, as seen here in Mexico and many other parts of the world.”“Probably this is of much greater importance in deciphering the true meaning and origin than any other form we have met with. The Egyptian original of this will be shown later on, and there cannot be any question of identity between the two. If formed during the Stellar Mythos it would mean or represent the four quarters.”

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“This is also represented by another sign – viz. two triangles – as follows, which has the same meaning and is well known to all Royal Arch Masons, and has by some been named “the Seal of Solomon” (see origin of triangles) . The origin of the double triangle in ”Ares”, therefore Celestial, as may be seen on any celestial globe”. P186 – 188, Signs and Symbols of primordial ManSo, Morons, you have a high degree Freemason telling you the symbolism of the Swastika is identical to the symbol to that of the Jews you love to hate. Both Egyptian, both predating Judaism, and both mean the same thing.“Among the Bantu negroes missionaries who are authorities, attest that before Christianity was introduced the Cross was used as a mystic symbol by the Priests who directed the worship of the spirits. Amongst the Nilotic negroes at the present day a form of the Swastika is frequently shaven on men’s heads – see Head of negro, Sir Harry Johnstons book, “Uganda”.P351

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“That a great number of these signs have been mere ornaments, monetary signs or trade marks (the swastika appears upon a coin of Krananada, which is held to be the oldest Indian coin), is perhaps a fact it would be idle to dispute, but the uses which have been made of the figure in all the various countries in all parts of the world, the nature of the symbols with which it is found associated, its constant presence on altars, tombstones, sepulchral urns, idols and priestly vestments – besides the various written documents upon it – afford more than sufficient proof that it partook everywhere of the nature of the amulet, the talisman and the phylactery. Moreover for the Swastika to have thus become a charm it must first have all have been brought into contact with a being or phenomenon, more or less concrete, and distinctly invested, rightly or wrongly, with some sort of influence on the destiny of mankind.” P353 “Their churches are also built to represent the ancient Egyptian – the outer part for the common people, an inner part for priests and high personages, and a still inner – Holy of the Holies – for the high Priests alone. The Jews copied these also from the Egyptians, and still use the double triangle as a sacred sign on their Holy Vestments and Sacred Scroll”.Which, again, the Nazi’s copied down to borrowing the identical abbreviation of the Freemasons SS (Holy of Holies). So far from rejecting the symbolism of the Jews and Masons the NAZIS quite blatantly practiced them!But the final nail in the coffin for those who wish to spin you a line of bullshit regarding the symbolism of the Swastika comes again from Churchward.“This is another symbol thus brought on from the Stellar Cult Swastika (see Arcana of Freemasonry, Fig 116, p.288, for the original and full explanation). It is the figure of the tripartite division of the Ecliptic, represented symbolically by Horus, God of the North, Set, God of the south, and Shu, God of the Equinox – the Primary Trinity – and the triangle in the centre represents Horus as the One Great God. The original, as perceived, has been altered with the Christian symbolism by substituting the three crosses in place of the originals and leaving out the central triangle (G)”.

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“SWASTIKA WITH THREE ARMS. STELLAR CULT. This is used by the York Division only.”“SWASTIKA WITH FOUR ARMS. SOLAR CULT. This is used by all 8 divisions, and represents the four divisions of Heaven.”P202, Albert Churchward – Origin and evolution of Freemasonry – Relations of the Greater Mysteries. The Origin and Evolution of Freemasonry connected with the Origin and Evolution of the Human Race, 1920, George Allen & Unwin Ltd.But of course, only us proper Jew shills have access to these rare 1st edition Freemasons manuals, so go and scuttle back off into the dark you dirty vile cockroach, and come back not in this direction again, lest Ill shine the light into your dirty little cockroach eyes again.

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Wedekind’s private signal – Image by Ivan Sache, 29 May 2010

Carlo Wedekind, an Italo-German banker admitted into the CNN in 1906, wintered in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat in the luxurious Château Wedekind; built in 1899 in neo-gothic Venitian style, the villa was purchased in 1909 by the Hungarian princess Wilma Lwoff-Parlaghy and renamed Château Saint-Jean.
Wedekind’s private signal is blue with a white star and crescent, the crescent pointing towards the hoist.

Private villa in St Jean Cap Ferrat

In 1899, the “Chateau Saint Jean” a splendid neo-gothic venetian style residence with 1 hectare garden and private harbour with boat house was built by an Italian-German banker Carlo Wedekind. Originally called the “Chateau Wedekind”, the villa was bought in 1909 by the Hungarian princesse Wilma Lwoff-Parlaghy and renamed the “Chateau Saint Jean”.

A curiosity at the time, a sort of swimming pool 3 m wide and 1.6 m deep was installed in the bathroom instead of a bath.

And the connection to Robin Hood?
Still more ‘coincidences’ on the way…

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note to self: I saw Dr. Hi on November 2, 2005 regarding an itchy skin/rash that covered my entire body with the exceptions of my head, hands, genitalia, and feet. If I recall it lasted a little over 1 month.  It had passed before X-mas.
At the time I thought that it was analogous to a snake shedding a skin….maybe it was?

2B continued …

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  • David Ritchie  On September 15, 2016 at 9:24 am

    All just so much shite, you obviously have some mental problems, so maybe you should read We – The Skythians to get all your facts right, then you can come back and troll my page once more, wanker. I’ll even leave your comments on there, but I bet you don’t leave this one on yours.
    http://www.gnower.net

    • raphael  On September 18, 2016 at 6:05 pm

      Oh thank for dropping in.
      You really don’t seem too bright King David Ritchie considering all the claims you have been making on faKebook and on EWEtube.

      Welcome to my domain but the page you are on is more like a diary of sorts silly man.
      What you find on this page you are on is not really up for discussion however if you want to bring your PhD wits and a valid library card to this page here …
      https://at37.wordpress.com/2016/03/03/8567/

      … please read it and leave a comment on that page and show me that it is you who is not a dimwit.
      Remember what the theory is … we can link the swastika to two important emerging ideas … gravitational quantum waves are linked to consciousness …
      … the challenge is on mister storyteller.

      selah v

      137 SSS RS Mezine Mystic

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