The Führer re-created the splendor of the Catholic mass at the annual Nuremberg rally at Santa Katharinenkirche (St. Catherine’s Church) & The “Blutfahne”

“In no other German city is there as strong a connection between the past and present… as in Nuremberg, the old and the new imperial city. This city, which the old German Reich deemed fit to defend the regalia behind its walls, has regained ownership of these symbols which testifies to the power and strength of the old Reich… and is a manifestation of German power and greatness in the New (Third [Holy Roman Empire alliance]) German Reich… The German people have declared themselves the bearers of the thousand-year crown.”

— Hitler’s Opening Speech – St. Catherine’s Church – 1936

Back in 1424, Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund had placed the Holy Lance and Crown Jewels in Nuremberg where, by royal decree, they were to remain for the rest of eternity.

However, they were removed in 1796 and later sent to Austria, to keep them from falling into the hands of Napoleon.

Emperor Sigismund, wearing the Imperial Crown, holding the Orb and Scepter

Emperor Sigismund, wearing the Imperial Crown, holding the Orb and Scepter — the Blutfahne

But Adolf Hitler made it his duty to bring these holy Catholic relics back to their traditional home.

On September 6, 1936, Adolf Hitler entered St. Catherine’s Catholic Church in Nuremberg. The Fuhrer had arrived for the opening ceremony celebrating the return of the Holy Lance and the Holy Roman Empire’s Crown Jewels to Germany.

Touching the crown, Hitler explained, “The German people have declared themselves the bearers of the thousand-year crown.”

These Crown Jewels had been passed on from one ruler to the next without interruption for nearly a thousand years, and worshiped as holy relics by Catholics throughout Europe.

But Hitler had taken them from the Kunsthistoriches Museum in Vienna. He brought these holy Catholic relics back to their traditional home.

The Third Reich can’t be understood without knowing what had come before it. In essence, National Socialist Germany was a feudal monarchy (based on Roman Catholic Church and the German social hierarchy), with Adolf Hitler as ruler. Hence, the alliance with Benito Mussolini (Il Duce) Italy.

The Third Reich was a return to the Holy Roman Empire (starting with Charlemagne [The First Reich], Frederick the Great [The Second Reich].

These objects, the ancient imperial insignia, were sacred symbols of the “Thousand Year Reich” and the dynastic succession of the Catholic Emperors.

The Holy Roman Empire Crown Jewels were ancient German symbols of Catholic monarchy.

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the "First Reich") from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. Adolf Hitler seen here viewing the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire at the St. Katharine's Church, which was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, "Dokumente des Dritten Reiches," Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the “First Reich”) from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. Adolf Hitler seen here viewing the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire at the St. Katharine’s Church, which was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, “Dokumente des Dritten Reiches,” Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the "First Reich") from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. St. Katharine's Church was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, "Dokumente des Dritten Reiches," Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.)

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the “First Reich”) from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. St. Katharine’s Church was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, “Dokumente des Dritten Reiches,” Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.)

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the "First Reich") from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. St. Katharine's Church was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, "Dokumente des Dritten Reiches," Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.)

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the “First Reich”) from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. St. Katharine’s Church was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, “Dokumente des Dritten Reiches,” Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.)

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the "First Reich") from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. St. Katharine's Church was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, "Dokumente des Dritten Reiches," Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.)

The NSDAP moved the imperial regalia of the Holy Roman Empire (the “First Reich”) from Vienna to Nürnberg, where they were housed in the Katharinenkirche. St. Katharine’s Church was severely damaged in the 1943-45 bombing, and never rebuilt. Its ruins can be seen today in the old part of the city. The regalia are now held in the Imperial Treasury in the Vienna Hofburg. (Fritz Maier-Hartmann, “Dokumente des Dritten Reiches,” Vol. 2, Munich, 1943 (5th Ed.)

A large red carpet stretched from the church’s entrance down the aisle. Red and black drapes were hung from the ceiling to the floor, and windows blocked to increase the power of the spotlights glowing on the display cases. They were filled with the crown, orb, scepter, lance, and swords, placed on an ancient medieval stone box in the chapel. SS guards dressed in formal black uniforms stood at attention in the aisles. Two trumpeters stood on the balcony, dressed in colorful medieval costumes.

On the first day of this opening celebration, two hundred thousand people saw the Holy Lance and Crown Jewels. In the coming months, millions more flocked to these treasures.

These Crown Jewels had been passed on from one ruler to the next without interruption for nearly a thousand years, and worshiped as holy relics by Catholics throughout Europe.

The same goes for the Blutfahne – The banner of the blood (lit. “blood flag”, “blood patch” or “sign of blood,” even Blutige Fahne in German or in Latin blutbanner vexillum cruentum or vexillo roseum imperial) was a flag of the Holy Roman Empire, originally reserved to the sovereign. It was the hallmark of Blutgerichtsbarkeit (lit. “jurisdiction of the blood” Blood court [auch als ius gladii “Recht des Schwertes” ), the right to hold a court authorized to inflict corporal punishment or death. It was like all the flags of the period a square and red. When the feudal lords, were invested with the right of holding High Jurisdiction, the flag was added or replaced the insignia of their estates to signify the power and prerogatives of the feudal lords; also indicated that they had a duty to contribute their own men to the imperial army. (Blutfahne La blutfahne (lett. “bandiera del sangue”, “gonfalone di sangue” o “insegna del sangue”, in tedesco anche blütige Fahne o blutbanner in latino vexillum cruentum o vexillo roseum imperiali) era una bandiera del Sacro Romano Impero, in origine riservata al solo sovrano. Essa era il segno distintivo del blutgerichtsbarkeit (lett. “giurisdizione del sangue”), il diritto di tenere una corte di giustizia autorizzata ad infliggere pene corporali o la morte. Come tutte le bandiere del tempo, era di forma quadrata, e di colore rosso. Quando i signori feudali, dal XIII secolo, furono investiti del blutgerichtsbarkeit, la bandiera del sangue si affiancò o sostituì le insegne proprie dei feudi, a significare il potere e le prerogative dei feudatari; inoltre indicava che gli stessi avevano il dovere di contribuire con propri uomini all’armata imperiale.)

In the same deference, Adolf Hitler carried the Blutfahne (“Blood Flag”) in the Munich Beer Hall Putsch of 1923 and afterwards in same Roman Catholic spirit, it therefore was considered sacred as it was in defense of Christianity, as our German forebear has done centuries before them. The Blutfahne is therefore symbolic of the Crusades SS Teutonic Knights!

The Blutfahne, as described, was a square, red flag, as most banners of the time were, and were sometimes carried into battle by Holy Roman troops. Later the white cross was added.

The Blutfahne, as described, was a square, red flag, as most banners of the time were, and were sometimes carried into battle by Holy Roman troops. Later the white cross was added.

Military Flag of the Holy Roman Empire - Militärische Flagge des Heiligen Römischen Reiches The colours red and white were very significant in the Holy Roman Empire. When the Holy Roman Empire took part in the Crusades, a red and white war flag was flown alongside the black-gold Imperial banner.

Military Flag of the Holy Roman Empire –
Militärische Flagge des Heiligen Römischen Reiches
The colours red and white were very significant in the Holy Roman Empire. When the Holy Roman Empire took part in the Crusades, a red and white war flag was flown alongside the black-gold Imperial banner.

Imperial War Flag/Saint George's Flag Imperial Kriegflagge/St. George Flagge An additional military flag associated with the Empire worth mentioning is the Sankt Georg Fahne - a white St. George's cross on a red field, frequently with a schwenkel, or red tail. It basically was the Military Flag of the Holy Roman Empire (above), square instead of retangle shaped, with the tail added.

Imperial War Flag/Saint George’s Flag
Imperial Kriegflagge/St. George Flagge
An additional military flag associated with the Empire worth mentioning is the Sankt Georg Fahne – a white St. George’s cross on a red field, frequently with a schwenkel, or red tail. It basically was the Military Flag of the Holy Roman Empire (above), square instead of retangle shaped, with the tail added.

Imperial Assault Banner Reichsturmfahne Like the Imperial Banner, the War flag, also known as the Reichsturmfahne, or Imperial Assault Banner, had a black (one-headed) eagle on a gold field, with a red schwenkel (tail) attached.

Imperial Assault Banner
Reichsturmfahne
Like the Imperial Banner, the War flag, also known as the Reichsturmfahne, or Imperial Assault Banner, had a black (one-headed) eagle on a gold field, with a red schwenkel (tail) attached.

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Obverse (front) side

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Reverse side

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Church in Lambach

St Katherine Church - Nurnberg

“As for the Jews, I am just carrying on with the same policy which the Catholic Church has adopted for fifteen hundred years, when it has regarded the Jews as dangerous and pushed them into ghettos. I don’t put race above religion, but I do see the dangers in the representatives of this race (Jew) for Church and State, and I am doing Christianity a great service.”

Hitler Meeting With Bishop Wilhelm Berning of Osnabrück – 1933

Quaterionenadler

Quaterionenadler

In 1215, the Catholic Church created the badges for Jews during the Fourth Lateran Council.

Pope Innocent III declared that “Jews and Muslims of both sexes in every Christian province and at all times shall be marked off in the eyes of the public from other peoples through the character of their dress.”

Later in 1555, the  Catholic Church invented Jewish Ghettos and forced them to live there.

Pope Paul IV wrote “Cum Nimis Absurdum”, which created the Roman Ghetto. The area was surrounded by four walls with three gates that were locked at night. These walls and gates were built by Italian architect Giovanni Sallustio Peruzzi. The location he chose was very dirty and often flooded by the Tiber River. Jews had to request permission to live there and had to pay a yearly tax to stay.

Eventually, the Catholic Church lost power and new governments closed Jewish ghettos. Usury and banking quickly spread throughout Europe.

Adolf Hitler proudly proclaimed his government was the Third Reich (Empire), which paid respect to the First Reich, the Holy Roman Empire founded by King Charlemagne.

Both Hitler and Charlemagne were Catholics who fought wars to expand their state. Both rulers established economic policies that promoted real human labor and prevented the financial exploitation of the German people.

In 814, King Charlemagne (Karl der Große: Called the “Father of Europe” – Pater Europae) created the Capitulary for the Jews, which outlawed Jewish usury and money lending. The first law threatened to cut off the right hand of any Jew who loaned money and collected debt from the Church or Catholics. The second law erased any debt that existed between Jews and Catholics. The third law prohibited Jews to sell wine, grain, or other commodities at their home and threatened confiscation and imprisonment for any violations of this rule.

Jewish bankers like Mayer Amschel Rothschild, Moses Marcus Warburg, Jacob Schiff, and Salomon Oppenheim Jr. got extremely wealthy without producing any value or doing any real work. They were banned and their criminal activities in theft confiscated.

The National Socialist German Workers Party believed EVERYONE should work, so they created labor camps.

(America did the EXACT SAME THING with 11,000 German Americans and 110,000 Japanese Americans)

During the war, Hitler actually allowed the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to examine these camps.

The ICRC won the Nobel Peace prize in 1944 and is a renowned humanitarian organization. They inspected the facilities and published a 1,600 page report after the end of the war. In the ICRC report, there is no mention of any gas chambers or genocide.

The ICRC report also claims that most deaths occurred when food supplies were cut off following the Allies invasion near the end of the war.

They ICRC estimates 271,000 people died in the camps, far less than the popular estimate over six trillion tears and of those perhaps 5% were Jews.

Adolf Hitler and the leaders of the NSDAP reacted NO different than our ancestors have done so for over 1500 years.

The allies on the other hand, did so willingly at the behest of their Jewish masters. Time to take stock of yourself!

The St Catherine Church destroyed by air raids in 1945!

Sign Of The Cross

(In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, Amen)

The Prayer To Saint Michael

“Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle;
be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil.
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray: and do thou,
O Prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God,
thrust into hell Satan and all the evil spirits
who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls.”

The Hail Mary

“Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee;
Blessed art thou amongst women,
and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God,
pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death.”

The Our Hitler

“O God, protect our Hitler.
Lead him in the correct path and bless his work.
O let your light triumph on earth,
and break the proud power of the enemy!
Grant our people the order, composure,
and peace of the German day that follows the dismal night.”
(German Catholic Priest Ottokar Kernstock – 1925)

The Eternal Rest Prayer:

Eternal rest, grant unto Adolf O Lord
and let perpetual light shine upon him.
May he rest in peace. Amen.
May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed,
Through the mercy of God, rest in peace.

Die Worte Jesu

One leather-bound tome—with WORTE CHRISTI, (München : F. Bruckmann) or “Words of Christ,” embossed in gold on the cover—was well worn, the silky, supple leather peeling upward in gentle curls along the edges. Human hands had obviously spent a lot of time with this book. The inside cover bore a dedication: “To our beloved Führer with gratitude and profound respect, Clara von Behl, born von Jansen von den Osten. Christmas 1935.”

Worte Christi (München : F. Bruckmann) was so fragile that when the attendant brought it to me, he placed it on a red-velvet pad in a wooden reading stand, a beautifully finished oak contraption with two supports that could be adjusted with small brass pegs to fit the dimensions of the book. No more than a foot wide and eighteen inches long, the stand had a sacred air, as if it belonged on an altar.

I reviewed the table of contents—”Belief and Prayer,” “God and the Kingdom of God,” “Priests and Their Religious Practices,” “The World and Its People”—and skimmed the introduction; then I scanned the book for marginalia that might suggest a close study of the text. A white-silk bookmark, preserved in its original perfection between pages 22 and 23 (only the portion exposed to the air had deteriorated), lay across a description of the Last Supper as related by Saint John. A series of pages that followed contained only a single aphorism each: “Believe in God” (page 31), “Have no fear, just believe” (page 52), “If you believe, anything is possible” (page 53), and so on, all the way to page 95, which offers the solemn wisdom “Many are called but few are chosen.”

On page 241 appears the passage “You should love God, your Lord, with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your spirit: this is the foremost and greatest commandment. Another is equally important: Love your neighbor as you would love yourself.” Beside this passage is one brief penciled line, the only mark in the entire book.

Christliche Kunst

[ed note: Facts: 1) If you do not come from a Catholic background, you will not understand the above, especially the lingual aspects of words used by Adolf Hitler, not only was he one of the greatest son of German unification, a son of the Catholic Church, but a true defender of Christendom, a statesman like no other, who instead of getting embroiled in “theological indifferences” (Kulturkampf), but UNITING the Catholics and Protestants as Germans! 2) All the ancestors of today’s “White Christians” (protester crowd) were at one point or the other Roman Catholics, even the eastern Orthodox crowd. 3) Most of all, to understand the Catholicism of Adolf Hitler, learn to speak German, you do not get the spiritual side (Geist) of what the German language connects to in our inner racial soul (same as with any other language) 4) A language that is as important to the nationalism of a nation and their ethnicity, gets lost in translation 5) And to understand European Christianity, one has to look at German History (and European) as a whole, it did not start in 1933 and ended in 1945  6) Go look into the stolen Adolf Hitler libraries floating around in the USAssr and Russia i.e. before you open your mouth. Most of the so-called pseudo-historians on Adolf Hitler have denied these Truths, never consulted these archives as for e.g. Carrier indeed did.

“Adolf Hitler, son of the Catholic Church, died while defending Christianity. It is therefore understandable that words cannot be found to lament over his death, when so many were found to exalt his life. Over his mortal remains stands his victorious moral figure. With the palm of the martyr, God gives Hitler the laurels of Victory.”

– General Franco Spanish press on 3rd of May 1945

 

“It is often said by the critics of Christian origins that certain ritual feasts, processions or dances are really of pagan origin. They might as well say that our legs are of pagan origin. Nobody ever disputed that humanity was human before it was Christian; and no Church manufactured the legs with which men walked or danced, either in a pilgrimage or a ballet. What can really be maintained, so as to carry not a little conviction is this: that where such a Church has existed it has preserved not only the processions but the dances; not only the cathedral but the carnival. One of the chief claims of Christian civilization is to have preserved things of pagan origin. In short, in the old religious countries men continue to dance; while in the new scientific cities they are often content to drudge.”

 

Der drohende Untergang Europas

DIE KIRCHE, EINZIGE INSTANZ EINER MÖGLICHEN RETTUNG

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