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The Dark Side of the Enlightenment Part 6

A King on Occult Paths (Published in GralsWelt 71/2012) In order to distinguish himself, the poorly educated Frederick William II (1786-1797) turned to occultism - with serious consequences for his empire. While the Age of Enlightenment brought reason to the center, numerous dark countercurrents arose, which also reached into the Prussian royal house. Frederick William [...]

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The Dark Side of Enlightenment Part 5

The Count who lives forever (Published in GrailWorld 70/201 "Little is known of what his secret consisted. Only that he was an embodied enigma entered consciousness." J. Lenz ("Under the Wings of the Phoenix", page 38) Thanks to an elixir that confers eternal youth, he supposedly looked back on a life of 2000 years; he [...]

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The Dark Side of Enlightenment Part 4

Falscher Graf und Groß-Cophta Das schillernde Leben des Giuseppe Balsamo (1743-1795) (Published in GralsWelt 69/2012) In the shadow of the "Enlightenment", i.e. the "Age of Reason" beginning in the 17th century, numerous secret doctrines and occult societies developed which are still known today. Also the names of some dazzling personalities are connected with that important turning point in European intellectual history. [...]

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The Dark Side of Enlightenment, Part 3

"Knight" of the Pope and "occult master" Giovanni Casanova (1725-1798) (Published in GrailWorld 68/2012) The Venetian Giovanni Casanova, who became proverbial as a womanizer, was descended from a family of actors. Since his mother traveled a lot, he was brought up by his grandmother, who enabled him to study theology and law. Thus, at the age of 17, he was already able to obtain a juris doctor degree from the University of [...]

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The Dark Side of Enlightenment Part 2

The Secret Conspiracy (Published in GralsWelt 67/2011) The Baroque Age was the age of absolutism, which means: all governmental power was exclusively in the hands of the ruler. Everything was concentrated on him, everything emanated from him. Anyone who wanted to exert political influence had to win the confidence of the ruler and then skillfully influence him. The shining example for [...]

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The Dark Side of Enlightenment, Part 1

The Age of Reason (published in GralsWelt 67/2011) “Nowadays in all classes you will find few people who, guided by thirst for knowledge, activity, sociability or cheek, would not have been members of such a secret fraternization for at least a while.” Adolph Freiherr v. Knigge, 1788 (5) The Age of Enlightenment - from 17th to [...]

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The message of water

The Message of Water Published in Grail World 22/2002 In Grail World 19/2001, under the heading "The Fascinating Element of Life", Masaru Emoto's book "The Message of Water" was also reported on. Emoto stayed in Germany for a short time, and the Grail World editorial staff took the opportunity to attend one of his much-acclaimed lectures, in which the researcher presented his [...]

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The Wizard of Cobenzl

(Published in GralsWelt 9/1998) Karl Freiherr von Reichenbach (1788 - 1869), the greatest, most righteous and decent scientist of the 19th century and the third greatest since the fall of Atlantis. Franz FERZAK, 1987 In our society the "recognized science" dominates, which declares itself responsible for all areas of life and human society as the last authority [...].

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Fateful year 2000

Is the great turn of the world coming? (Published in GralsWelt 4/1997) The turn of the millennium is approaching - and with it the fears of the future of many people are increasing. But what can we expect from the "year of destiny 2000″? Does this calendar year mark nothing more than a round number to which we attach an unjustifiably high significance - or does it stand, as gloomy prophecies [...]

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The Atlantis saga part IV.

(Published in GralsWelt 26/2002) T E R U N T E R G A N G Can a continent disappear? Whoever wants to take Plato's Atlantis report seriously must ask himself how an island "larger than Asia and Libya together" can disappear. If Plato with "Asia" has probably meant only Asia Minor, so [...]