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Nazis Disappeared in the 1940's. Right? Is Neo Nazi a Better Term? Are There Similar Trends That Perhaps Are Looming?

Updated on August 11, 2020
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Christofer spent 10 years in family counseling. Later he obtained a Psy. D.. His focuses: Health, History, Astrology, Politics and Fables

Sometimes The Planets Align To Set The Stage for War, Sometimes All That's Needed Is A Hitler!

Ancient Roman Victory Holds Importance for German Pride and "Fatherland"

The German People in general are fascinated today by the stories of the “lost legions” of Rome, which disappeared in Teutotberg Forrest around 2000 years ago.

In the year 2009, Germans celebrated this battle which has now become mythologized perhaps unlike any other battle.

To sum it up quickly, because the mighty Roman army, previously unconquerable,

made a foray across the Rhine, and attacked the Teutons, and yet, was so roundly

defeated in completely. It exhalted Germany!

Possible Historic Moments Coming ------

A Brief Survey of History

The Germans have a way of protecting themselves because they are surrounded NOT by other Germany's, but by lest industrious, predictable nations that don't tend to their Treasuries.

Napoleon Made Quite an Impression. “Nationalistic” Germany Set About Inventing Itself by Looking Back 2000 Years

The battle of the Teutoberg Forest, an overwhelming defeat and seminal event in Roman and German History was a severe blow both psychically and existentially for the Romans and put a virtual end to their desire to vanquish what we would now call the Northern part of Germany.

The Strange "Aryan" Spirit and Hitler's Madness Created a German/Japanese Alliance That Was Terrifying

Crucified on Sacred Oaks

The Romans, trained to fight in large formations in the open field, were ambushed as they fell into complete disarray. They were cut to pieces by one attack after another. For three days and three nights the Germans hunted the shattered bands of Romans to extinction, deep in the dark rain-drenched forest. There were few survivors. Some, including Varus, chose suicide rather than fall into enemy hands. It was the German practice to sacrifice their prisoners to their Druidic gods by crucifying them on sacred oak trees.

The Entire Roman Army would never again field more than 25 Legions within all of its Borders until its end. Both sides were deeply affected. Roman in the negative and German skewed to some magical Druidic outcome.

“Never Cross the Rhine”

Roman confidence was blown and irreparable. In his will, Augustus advised Tiberius to never again cross the Rhine – “be satisfied with what we have and never desire to increase the size of the empire”. This policy would hold until the fall of Rome.

Establishing the “Fatherland” in the 1800's electrifying manifestation of iconic images

During the rise of German nationalism at the beginning of the 19th century, Napoleon’s occupation history caused an electrifying manifestation of iconic images and Germanic heroes from real history. What they called “nationalist historians” rediscovered an Ancient Hero “Arminius” or “Herrmann” (his Germanic name). This figure became something mythic in a quickly processed and assimilated image-making factory. Because of this growing German nationalism, Arminius became the chief figure in numerous books.

In a deep existential psychic explosion the Germans started coming together, as a reaction to Napoleon’s complete conquests. 19 Centuries after the battle, after having been forgotten throughout the ages, Arminius became a bonafide product; indeed appearing seemingly “suddenly” as the hero of countless books, theatre plays and tunes. Of course, these were more fable than the side-stepped historical facts.

The Master Race

In 1871 a large statue of this ancient character was erected near where that battle occurred. This became a place of pilgrimage for German Nationalism. The Nazis, later on, in their constant desire to reinvent German history into Aryan history turned a chance for propaganda into “Zieg Heil Wallhalla”. The “master race” was given the art and the clay and the thunderous force for its formation through the use of these tools.

"The Leopard Doesn't Change Its Spots" - That Much

No, its not possible to do a Perfect Outcome reading on future happenings like some political "Tarot Card" prediction. However Europe and Immigrants go way back, even to the neanderthals and cro-magnons. The Islamic Spectre in Vienna in1683 was the First 9/11. All kinds of possible alliances could be in the mix as economic ups and downs, armament developments and right wing pulses coming from the bodies politic..

History is a mural. History is a tapestry. History holds colors in its threads that last for centuries. Upcoming articles about New Alliances Moments may show how movements can arise in newly sculpted "marriages" which could happen in an "overnite" coming together with the European Union along with possible ties to Iran.

Possible New Movements - Immigration Caused Right Wing Movements, New Military Alignments with Russia, (One that might last without Hitler)

New Players imbued with old Right Wing sentiments pertain to Eugenics, Aryanism, the “Final Solution” and the new German National Democratic Party.

The Internet and Social Media

With the Internet, Social Media has become a dominant player in creating relationships overnight and with lightning speed, making the development of former strangers into "friends" with startling speed.

© 2012 Christofer French


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