“To avoid defeat and stop Destiny, the Jews plagiarized the cosmic crucifixion of the Sun God, the Black Sun and Cold Birth, with their Christianity, with the crucifixion of a Christ they call ‘Jesus’, the name given by the Gnostics to the pituitary gland in the skull within the cerebellum where there was situated the knowledge of our divine past, with the UR Rune. This material crucifixion is, in truth, the representation of satanic ritual murder in which the Jews bleed an Aryan victim on a tree or log offered to their God of vengeance, Jehovah….Wotan is crucified for Nine Nights in Mystic Death on the Iggdrasil Tree of Terror to recover the Runes. This stellar adventure, zodiacal, of Celto-German Astrology, an Archetype and Celestial Cosmic Drama that has taken form in the sensible and permeable rocks of the Externsteine where the Irminsul Tree stood that the renegade Charlemagne destroyed….In the Zodiac, Baldur, Son of Wotan, ‘identical with his father’, is crucified on the Hagal Rune which, when moving with the Mill of the Gods, Grotti, will be the Gibur Rune, that which gifts and is the Donor Oak of Dodona, Jason and the Argonauts who, in truth, sailed through the constellations, the Way of Iring, in their ship AR-go, where the Heroes will become Aryans, will be twice born.” – MANU: For The Man To Come
“Death and Resurrection of Baldur. Resurrection on the Zodiac, in Germanic-Nordic astrology…Its reproduction on Earth in the Externsteine is Archetypal” – MANU: For The Man To Come
Satanic ritual torture, within a magical square, a common “Christian” theme through artistic representation in celebration of the bleeding of an innocent victim.
Ecce Homo – “Behold the Man”. Sacrificial flesh and blood offering to Jehovah.
“Sacrifice”. During the Third Reich (statue by Arno Breker). Man with broken sword and shield fights to the end for his freedom.
‘Sebastian’ after the Third Reich (statue by Arno Breker), is once again tied to a stake, defenseless, resigned to his fate, tortured.
“I then proceeded to a white marble statue named ‘Sebastian’, whose contorted hands were bound to a tree stump, he was falling to his knees from exhaustion. I was intrigued by the lifelike features of this statue, and I, standing with Herr B, quietly contemplated it. Here is the Germanic ‘Baldur’, who is the same as the Roman Catholic ‘Saint Sebastian’, usually depicted as a young man with longish hair in a loin cloth who is tied to a stake and tortured with various pointed weapons, like arrows, spears and knives, and finally a mistletoe leaf, according to the myth one simple mistletoe leaf is the only thing that can kill him. Baldur or Sebastian, is said to be impervious to all other weapons. The mistletoe is a parasitic plant which attaches itself to a host tree, it is considered a weed that can destroy or severely decrease the yield of cultivated fruit trees. ‘Ecce Homo’ (Behold the Man), is actually just a tortured tree in a lord’s field, this was pop-culture in the late Middle-Ages, there are billions of ‘Sebastians’ tied to stakes; bound with ropes and pruned and cut and grafted, its called ‘Horticulture’ and ‘Sebastian’ is a mascot for Horticultural Guilds. The Breker ‘Sebastian’ sculpture is from 1948, it is not Third Reich sculpture, that is why the Art of Arno Breker is a significant key to understanding the meaning of Art in the Third Reich. One can see how the subject , style and portrayal changes through Breker’s artwork; comparing what his Art was during the Third Reich and then what his Art was after the Third Reich. One must compare these artworks, for example the comparison between the 1948 ‘Sebastian’ and the 1940 ‘Sacrifice’, the design of which was originally just a preliminary design for the sculptures of the ‘Great Triumphal Arch’. In the Third Reich ‘Sacrifice’ the Man is depicted weilding a broken sword and a shield, he is depicted falling to the ground in exhaustion but his broken sword is still raised over his head ready to strike his last blow with his dying breath. In 1940, in true sacrifice the Man dies fighting, but in 1948 man is once again bound to a stake and unable to fight back, he does not even struggle against against his bonds, he is resigned to his fate and unarmed, the man has once again become a trained biological creature whose profitable mercantile yield is all that is of value, he is no different to a vine-tree producing grapes or a fruit tree producing apples, he is the cultivated human, the compliant, trained, effeminate human.” – Third Reich Pilgrim: The Ruins Of Power