Sunday, 28 April 2013

Germany Changes Direction

                                 Critical point in time      1936

     Prior to 1936 the German Nazi party was building it's political power, and writing it's political dogma. After 1936 this all to seemed to change with a far greater commitment to military emphasis. Why the acceleration of military importance after the spring of 1936? The year 1936 seems to be an important turning point that would have dire consequences on the eventual outcome of world historical events.

     The first notable event that took place in 1936 were the Winter Olympics held in Germany in February. Soon after the Winter games were over Germany sent troops to the Rhineland, forcing the occupying French troops to leave Germany. This was in violation of the Versailles Treaty. In July of '36 Germany sends troops to Spain to assist in the transportation of troops and supplies for the Spanish War. By the end of 1936 Germany has committed more than 7,000 troops to support the war in Spain.. Later that same year Germany signs a pact with Japan, using Ribbentrop as their representative. This pact is soon followed by the Soviet German Pact.

    The year 1936 seems a point of No return for Germany. What makes this year so important? One event that goes unnoticed for many in this early year before the war is a much unheralded event that takes place early in the spring of 1936.

     Hitler had many doubles, some were indistinguishable from himself. A number even had plastic surgery to hide their real identity. Julius Schreck was Hitler's chauffeur and was often used as a perfect double for Hitler, which he could play well.

     In May 1936, Schreck dies from either a car accident, or meningitis, or even from some reports of an abscessed tooth. No one really knows the truth.  The question is did Julious Schreck die, or was it Hitler that died and was buried that day?

      We know from past history of world events that the Great Gods of the Sumerians would often intervene in the affairs of man, particularly when it involved the death and often genocide of each others seed or national group. This was first demonstrated by the Semitic Akkadians as they destroyed the Sumerians to the point of mass genocide, who later themselves would suffer the same fate. These back and forth battles of destruction may have been amusing to these Sons of Anu, but that could not be said for mankind.

    A great example of this interference by the Anunnaki in the wars of man is when the Assyrians defeated the 10 tribes of Israel and commemorated that event by raising a famous Black Stele, seen below. In the middle bottom of the stele is Jehu, the King of Israel, who is seen in bonds, and above this figure is the Great weapon of the Anu, the chariot of the Gods of Anu, which assisted in Jehu's defeat.


    Did Nazi, the son of Enki, the Great Sumerian God, whose name the German political party took, take control of Germany, to eliminate the Jewish people? Did Nazi either control the double or was he the double himself? The symbol for the Sumerians, whom the Semitic Akkadians destroyed, was the Swastika.  The Nazi party took this as their emblem, with the discovery of the swastika in the ruins of the ancient city of Troy. The Swastika was also the emblem of Nazi, son of Enki, as he took this as his personal emblem. Could all these events be just a matter of insignificant unrelated occurrences or are they somehow related.

     One thing is certain is when the Gods of Ancient Sumer used mankind in their battles, there was little or No sympathy for mankind itself. Often they were more concerned with their temples than the lives of man.

      To add credence to this fact are the events themselves that take place during the war, that would suggest that the German people were not in control of their own destiny. German people are known for their pragmatic, and clear thinking. Germans are extremely good at preliminary planning. Noted below are a number of events that occurred in WW2 that are Not German characteristics, and contributed to their defeat. If only one or two of these events occurred, it would have gone unnoticed, but due to the large number of huge mistakes made, it can only point to outside influence.

1) Germany fails to stockpile base metals. Germany had No copper,(they don't call copper, King copper for nothing), No nickel, No tungsten ( armour piercing rounds), No uranium, (it was Germany, 2 Germans and a Swede, that developed critical mass and the principles of fission but made almost no/attempt at producing the bomb ), limited iron ore, No Cobalt or Chrome. Difficult to go to war against the whole world without these metals.
2) Germany was unable to make helical gears in large numbers, which are used in the transmissions and final drives of military tanks, hence German tanks had transmission and final drive failures. Bull gears cannot take the torque. Helical gears require special tools which were not available, because there was No planning.
3) German tanks and assault guns used gas instead of diesel. The use of diesel would of made far greater sense, as diesel engines take less effort to maintain, produce more torque and are far safer, fire wise. Diesel also made more sense considering Germany had limited fuel supplies.Remember Germany invented the diesel engine.
4) Not securing a secondary supply of fuel. The middle east would have been the solution for Germany instead of invading Russia.It would also have assisted their ally France.
5) Invading Yugoslavia was a big mistake. Germany well understood the political and regional problems of Yugoslavia and there was No need to invade, especially considering Germans long history with Serbia. A pact would have solved the issue. Even Russia, after the war did not include Yugoslavia in their new won territory, leaving it an independent state.
6) Sending troops to N. Africa where the outcome of a battle won or lost would have No determining outcome on the war. This broke the rule set by Bismark, one war, one front. Those troops were desperately needed on the Eastern Front.
7) Invading Russia with No winter clothes or gear. Pure madness.
8) Invading Russia without a anti-tank gun. The 37 mm was a joke. The German army called it the "door knocker".
9) Invading Russia without a significant tank. Panzers 2 and 3's were not tanks, and neither were their guns.
Germany to this point were allies with Russia and were well aware of Russia's tanks and it's excellent anti-tank gun the 76mm. General Guderian even did a Russian tank count, before Germany invaded, though he under estimated numbers by 50% .
9b) Invading Russia, Germany didn't need Real Estate, Germany needed Allies. As Ribbentrop exclaimed to the Russians, their pact with Russia would keep America out of the war. After the German army approached Moscow, it cost Germany close to 1 million dead, wounded and missing in action, which was needless. Basically the war was over from this point, and the reason for this was, no anti-tank gun, no decent tank, no air transports (Junker 52s were outdated when 1st built), and an outdated bolt action army rifle (model 89). Germany had an opportunity to rearm it's army, but failed to do so.
10) Germany not seizing the French Fleet which at the time it was the 4th largest in the world. Germany had almost no fleet, with no presence in the Mediterranean. Other nations had 1st WW fleet carryover, but Germany had none. Not seizing the French fleet was a huge mistake.
11) The sister ship to the Bismarck, which was nearing completion, was given to the Russians by Hitler just before he invaded Russia. More Madness.
12) Germany invented the assault rifle, STG 44, 7.92 X 33 mm, but Hitler refused to allow it's manufacture.
13) Germany failing to make 4 engine heavy bombers. Hitler demanded that all bombers have dive bombing capability, hence the 4 engine bomber could not be made. Even their 2 engine bomber faced this huge restriction which diminished their range and load.
14) Two companies that had serious development time issues. These issues should have been resolved. Walther and Henschel  Walther took years to develop a replacement for the German army rifle, which it failed in it's 1st attempt, and the second attempt came too late. (How hard could this of been. Skoda works had developed the successful ZH-29 semi auto rifle in the late 20's) Henschel tank development of the Tiger, was slow and painful. Only 1300 were totally produced, and they had reliability issues.  By comparison 30,000 Sherman's were produced, including the British firefly version and 50,000 T34 were produced in 2 variants. These 2 German companies were somewhat directly responsible for Germany's defeat. Henschel's development of the King Tiger, which started in 1937, but only managed less than a few hundred copies by the end of the war, and they had mechanical issues. Extremely disappointing.
15) After Germany built the most modern aircraft carrier in the world, with flight assist, Hitler wouldn't allow it's use, and had it towed around. Another mistake.
16) There was nearly 1 million expat Germans living and working in Russia, and after the war broke out with Germany, these German civilians,including women and children, were forced into work camps, mainly into underground mines. They should have been warned before the invasion, and gotten out of Russia. Almost 1/2 of all expats never lived to see the end of the war, because of mistreatment. Hitler had no interest in the preservation of German lives.
17) Germany should of used women in factory work, particularly in aircraft production, as the allies did. Instead Germany used POW's whose work was unreliable.

      The point that keeps coming to mind is; Whose side was Hitler on, or was his only concern the elimination of the Jews in Europe, with little or No concern about the lives and well being of Germans and Europeans and their families?

     If Germany wants to change it's history, and rewrite it's destiny, it needs to claim the Tablets of Destiny. The German Archaeology Institute, (GAI) has in it's power the Tablets of Destiny, as outlined in the previous blog. "Searching for the Ark of the Covenant", and needs to take what ever steps are required to claim the tablets. Whoever controls the Tablets of Destiny, controls the fate and destiny of man, and becomes GOD.

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Thursday, 25 April 2013

The Search for the Lost Ark of the Covenant

                                Searching for the Ark

     Beliefs have long been known to be stronger than iron. Iron can be molded, and bent, but beliefs once they are learned at a young age are fixed for life. Nabonidus as a young man was taught by his mother, a priestess of Sin, her religious beliefs. These beliefs would follow Nabonidus throughout his life.

    After he became King of Babylon his beliefs would direct him in rebuilding the temples of Sin throughout the empire. This was in stark contrasts to the beliefs of the clergy of Babylon that had long followed the worship of Marduk. This would have led to many religious confrontations. Nabonidus seemed reluctant to see the gathering dark clouds of discontent, which would ultimately bring his demise as King. Instead he left the ruling of Babylon in the hands of his regent son, and set off to discover and fulfill ancient prophecy. These were all taught to him by his mother at a young age.

     Nabonidus didn't live in the riches, wealthiest, most prosperous city in the world Babylon, but chose to move to a rather isolated, remote location in his empire. That city is known today as Tayma, but in ancient times it was called Tema, and even in older times it was called Tiamat. An ancient trade route town in a oasis, in Northwestern Arabia, on the edge of a desert, Lawrence of Arabia called the Devil's Anvil.

The following text is from the cylinder of Nabonidus;

, he started out for a long journey. The military forces of Akkad marching with him, he turned to Temâ deep in the west. He started out the expedition on a path leading to a distant region. When he arrived there, he killed in battle the prince of Temâ, slaughtered the flocks of those who dwell in the city as well as in the countryside. And he, himself, took residence in Temâ, the forces of Akkad were also stationed there. He made the town beautiful, built there a palace like the palace in Babylon. He also built walls for the fortification of the town and he surrounded the town with sentinels. The inhabitants became troubled. The brick form and the brick basket he imposed upon them. Through the hard work they [lacuna] he killed the inhabitants, women and youngsters included. Their prosperity he brought to an end. All the barley that he found therein [lacuna] His tired army [lacuna] the hazanu-official of Cyrus...


Location of Tayma in Arabia.

     Tiamat in Sumerian text, was the ancient goddess of the Great Gods of Sumeria. Tiamat decided to wage war upon the other Gods after a conflict arose. Her consort and spouse Kingu was given the command of the armies and given the Tablets of Destiny to enhance his strength. He was overpowered and defeated by the Babylonian God Marduk. The same God that the Babylonians worshipped in Nabonidus's day. Tiamat seems central to this ancient battle of the Gods. In Greek mythology Zeus defeats Typhon in an epic battle to become supreme ruler near a location close to Tiamat. Might not the battle of Marduk over Kingu, be the same battle as Zeus over Typhon. After the battle Marduk takes the Tablets of Destiny from Kingu in victory.

       It is this ancient battle and the loss of the Tablets of Destiny that Nabonidus sees himself as part of prophecy. Nabonidus doesn't move and live in a one horse town on a trade route to control and protect the spice trade. He could of sent anyone to do that for him. He lives in Tiamat for over 10 years, with only one purpose. To rebuild the temples to Sin, and return the Tablets of Destiny to Tiamat, their rightful owners. Nabonidus sees himself fulfilling prophecy. This may seem difficult for us to believe, but all beliefs even today are often hard to understand or even approve.  

     Where did Nabonidus get the Tablets of Destiny? From the Great Treasury of Babylon. Nabonidus took from the Treasury the Ark of the Covenant, which was taken from Solomon's temple after the defeat of Judea.Many other iconic treasures, were also removed from the treasury of Babylon and taken to Tiamat.. They would have included the famous "Cup of Semiramis" which was to have weighed 15 talents of gold, or some 1250 lbs. , and also the famous full size golden statue of an ancient King, that Daniel described in his prophecy in Daniel chapter 2 from a dream of the King.

      It was the Ark that Nabonidus wanted, because the Ark contained the Ten Commandments. These 2 tablets hid the Tablets of Destiny, which gave the Ark it's power to defeat it's enemies. It's this power of the Ark that identifies the true source of the Ark's power. That being the power of the Tablets of Destiny.The Ten Commandments were really just a facade or a cover to hide the Tablets of Destiny so they would stay hidden from the other Great Gods.

     So Nabonidus repeated what Moses had done centuries before and hid them in a  a stone tablet. Nabonidus hides them in a great stone tablet and mounted the tablet on top of a temple dedicated to Sin at Tiamat. The stone tablet that he built is now known as the al hamra cube, illustrated below.

     This cube was unearthed in Tayma, and central to the relief is a temple. To the left of the central temple is a Babylonian priest giving offering. To the right of the temple is a standing incense burner. At the top of the Temple is a Egyptian Bull God Apis. Apis was seen deifying a King after death. To give that King a "renewal of life." Apis also was seen to protect the dead. This all points to Nabonidus wanting to restore the goddess Tiamat after death. To deify Tiamat's place in the order of the Gods. Notice the Bull's head is cube shaped and sits atop the temple. This represents the cube itself which at one time sat atop Nabonidus's temple dedicated to Sin in Tiamat. The Bull's head is the central figure to the cube.

     The primary reason for the cube shaped stone to be at the top of the temple, is because it acted as the throne for Nabonidus. Many of the ancient Great Gods of Sumeria sat on cube like thrones, and Nabonidus was just enacting this event. In the relief below Enki is seen siting on his cube throne.

     The large crescent moon at the top right of the cube, is the symbol for Sin which the temple honours, and the top left image is that of Sin's Chariot of the Gods, which Nabonidus, describes as the Great Weapon of Anu that enabled him to become King of Babylon. In fact Nabonidus sees the building of the temples to venerate Sin, as simply giving back, what Sin had given him.


     One other side of the cube, shown above, the stone face shows the priest again, giving offerings to Apis. Notice the size difference, which is an ancient way of demonstrating positions of authority and power. The priest is but a humble servant compared to Apis. Could this Babylonian priest be Nabonidus himself? The offering is none other than the Tablets of Destiny. Above Apis is the great chariot of Sin, and at the top right is the 8 spoked wheel giving the chariot it's power.

     Inside this cube are the Tablets of Destiny. He who controls the Tablets of Destiny controls the fate and destiny of man, and becomes GOD.

                                        The sign of Apis 

                                         Image result for ancient symbol for bismuth

     The sign of the Bull whether it be Taurus the sign of the Zodiac, or Apis the Bull it's the same sign, but what is also of interest is that the symbol for the element Bismuth 83 is also this same sign. Apis being the incarnate of the God Ptah, the god that controls the destiny of man and the renewal of life.

     Was Bismuth seen to possess these same attributes?

Bismuth has a number of unusual characteristics.
1) diamagnetic metal..Bismuth has the strongest ability to repulse a magnetic field of any metal.

 Order of Magnitude of diamagnetic natural occurring materials.

Bismuth ..........16.6
Mercury ......... 3
Lead ................1.8

2) Like water, Bismuth as a sold is less dense than as a liquid.
3) Bismuth is essentially non radioactive. Therefore has the longest 1/2 life in the periodic table.
4) How did the ancients know that Bismuth depicted by the horns of Apis could basically live forever?

Further reading on Bismuth, the metal that intrigued the ancients;