Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Benedict XVI's issues

From http://z13.invisionfree.com/THE_UNHIVED_MIND/index.php?showtopic=52153




Ratzinger, ordained Roman Catholic priest by Cardinal von Faulhaber:


Following repatriation in 1945, the two brothers entered Saint Michael Seminary in Traunstein, later studying at the Ducal Georgianum (Herzogliches Georgianum) of the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich. They were both ordained in Freising on June 29, 1951 by Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber of Munich.

Cardina von Faulhaber is a sort of bridge between Benedict XV and Benedict XVI:


In 1921 he became a Cardinal, with the title of Cardinal Priest of S. Anastasia, and at his death was the last surviving Cardinal appointed by Pope Benedict XV. He ordained the future Pope Benedict XVI as a priest in Munich in 1951.

(It is also interesting to note how they are anxious to depict the Ratzinger family and Cardinal Faulhaber as 'anti-Nazist'. Have they to hide something?)

So I am arrived to an interesting link among Benedict XVI and Nazi: the 16 'heroes' of the Putsch of Munich/Munchen.

The Putsch:


The Beer Hall Putsch was a failed coup d'état that occurred between the evening of Thursday, November 8 and the early afternoon of Friday, November 9, 1923, when the Nazi party's leader Adolf Hitler, the popular World War I General Erich Ludendorff, and other leaders of the Kampfbund, unsuccessfully tried to gain power in Munich, Bavaria, and Germany. Putsch is the German word for "coup."…….

(Did you note that November 8 is 11-8 and November 9 is 11-9? A part the Samhein-reversed-9-11 party date, 11 + 8 = 19 and 11 + 9 = 20: the last two days of the Beast's Tour in America....)

And look at the coincidence, a 'staunchly conservative Catholic' was having dinner just - oh! An innocent coincidence! - with Card. von Faulhaber of Munchen, just that night!...

There was one member of the cabinet who was not at the Bürgerbräu Keller: Franz Matt, the vice-premier and minister of education and culture. A staunchly conservative Catholic, he was having dinner with the Archbishop of Munich, Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber and the Papal Nuncio to Bavaria, Archbishop Eugenio Pacelli (who would later become Pope Pius XII), when he learned of the putsch. He immediately telephoned von Kahr. When he found the man vacillating and unsure, Matt decisively began plans to set up a rump government-in-exile in Regensburg and composed a proclamation calling upon all police, armed forces, and civil servants to remain loyal to the government…

Did Faulhaber want to keep a man safe, their man, in order then to stop the putsch? Sometimes you need to stop in the blood your 'heroes', before they gain the power, you must 'cultivate' them for years.... In 1923, it was impossible to overturn the German situation.... But it was possible to start the building of the Jesuit/Nazi pagan mysticism.... A 'blessing' in the blood -- a staged putsch to transform a bunch of Vatican puppets in 'heroes'.....

In the putsch you had….. 16 Nazi victims, sixteen ‘heroes’ later celebrated like saint patrons of the founding of the same Nazism. To celebrate them, Hitler ordered the building of a monument with sixteen sarcophagi in Munchen/Munich, in the same square.

This is an artistic view of the 'temples of heroes' which was built in Königsplatz - Munchen:
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This is the inner of one of the pair of temples, each contained 8 sarcophagi:
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This is Königsplatz seen from above - as you can see the Saturnalia displacement of the buildings and gardens is evident (the circular square in the garden recalls to me other Saturnalia geometries):
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You could name this pic "Heil Hitler". In fact you have two temples, each containing 8 sarcophagi, one beside the other, as the 8th letter of the Latin alphabet, repeated two times, alludes to the Nazi salute.... And this just in the same city where Benedict 16th served Rome as archbishop:
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As regards the visit of Benedict 16th in America, there was another interesting coincidence, on 19th April (and 19 is 16 with the 6 reversed), the 65th anniversary of.......


......The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (German: "Aufstand im Warschauer Ghetto", Polish: "Powstanie w getcie warszawskim") was the Jewish insurgency that arose within the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland during World War II, and which opposed Nazi Germany's effort to transport the remaining ghetto population to the Treblinka extermination camp. The insurgency was launched against the Germans and their Jewish collaborators on January 18, 1943. The most significant portion of the insurgency took place from April 19 until May 16, 1943, and ended when the poorly-armed and supplied resistance was crushed by the German troops under the direct command of Jürgen Stroop. It was the largest single revolt by the Jews during the Holocaust.

Just to end the last economic news of today, April 22th:

"Euro scales $1.60 for first time"



Page last updated at 17:57 GMT, Tuesday, 22 April 2008 18:57 UK
Euro scales $1.60 for first time
Euro and dollar notes

The euro has hit a record peak against the US dollar on expectations of higher interest rates in the euro zone.

It rose as high as $1.6012 as weak US housing market data underscored fears over the health of the US economy.

The euro has rallied in recent months and Tuesday's peak came as European central bankers raised the prospect of higher rates to control inflation.

Higher interest rates make bank deposits and other euro-denominated investments more attractive.

Most other central banks are cutting the cost of borrowing as they look to limit the impact of a global economic slowdown.

The euro was trading at 80.08 pence, near the record high of 80.98p hit last week.

"Interest rate differentials are really favouring the euro right now," said Camilla Sutton, a currency strategist at Scotia Capital in Toronto.

European Central Bank governing council member Christian Noyer said the bank would do what was needed to bring inflation back to its target of just below 2%, adding it would move rates if needed.

That followed similar comments from fellow governing council member Yves Mersch.

While the strong euro may be good news for many savers and investors, it poses problems for European exporters because it makes their products more expensive in the United States, a key sales market.

On Tuesday, Airbus announced a rise in prices across its range of aircraft, blaming high metals prices and the weakness of the US dollar.

The dollar has suffered because the Federal Reserve has cut interest rates sharply in recent months.

Industry data on Tuesday showed that sales of existing US homes fell in March as a housing market slump continued.

"80.08" pence, or.... "H0.0H" pence.... Another powerful colleague of the Osiris' 14.

Best regards from a North Adriatic Anti-catholic and Anti-islamic isolationist

(added five min later the lines about the dates 11-8 and 11-9)
“We don’t teach to honour and venerate the virgin Mary and the saints…Or to make out of them images of idols and gods, to pray them for clemency and mercy for the sins in every disgrace, to build them churches, donation offer, all that God, angels and saints severely forbid.
But demons, which assume the image of angels, goddess virgin Mary and saints and appear to ignorant popes, bishops, parishes and monks, to old witches and to the prostitute of the parishes and of the monks, impose them to be bigot, to torment themselves, to fall to the ground,… and to all these people the demons announce that now on this, now on a different mountain, on the field, or in the forest, churches have to be built, in order to bring there donations and to celebrate masses, in order to bring there wealth from everywhere, and every kind of cattle; and if they don’t do that, the goddess Mary and the saints will destroy with lightning all the corn-fields and the vineyards and will kill them with the plague.”

Brother Primoz Trubar (father of the modern Slovenia definitively expired on 17ht February 2008 and founder of the Slovenian Protestant Church, 1508 - 1586).



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