Goslar, 2016

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Third Reich mural at Rammelsberg Mine, Goslar, dated 1939.

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Rammelsberg Mine, renovated by the Third Reich in 1939.

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View from the bell tower towards the Imperial Palace of Goslar, built by Emperor Wilhelm I, 1879, (not very old).

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Runenhauser, 1510, some as early as 15th Century, (not as old as what Colonel Wiligut thought.)

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Goslar town square. I will be writing about the true meaning of the “Krodo Altar” in Part II of Third Reich Pilgrim. This is a Protestant Krodo Altar here and it is older then the pseudo bronze altar in the Palace museum.

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Runenhauser

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Statue of Emperor Barbarossa, Palace grounds.

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The Awakening of Emperor Barbarossa mural in the Great Hall of the Imperial Palace of Goslar (by Hermann Wislicenus)

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Charles the Great, or Kaiser Karl, or Charlemagne and Saint Boniface, his alt-ego, of the Wood Choppers Guild, with the felling of the Irminsul, which is the felling of trees and the damning of the water springs.

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Ziobots learning about “his-story”

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The town of Goslar extends a warm welcome to the Third Reich Pilgrim.


2 responses to “Goslar, 2016

  • leuchovius2014

    Fantastic! IN the third photo, it looks like one of the deliberately hidden Germanic pyramids is in the background…?

    • delendaestziobot

      Something very strange about hills and mountains in general. And of course metals are the old veins of mountains, and metals are actually crystals as is stone, or bones – Kryst-OS, so this would be what Colonel Wiligut would have been getting at, in a round about way, when referring to Goslar as old, not the town settlement, which is not very old, but the hills are old…

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