Bailiffs have seized control of Adolf Hitler’s ‘Wolf’s Lair’ after the current owners failed to pay their rent.
The former military headquarters in the Masurian woods, near Ketrzyn (formerly Rastenburg), in Poland, is where the Führer spent much of the Second World War plotting his domination of the planet.
The company managing the property failed to pay rent due to the Government organisation and did not properly cooperate with Poland’s Ministry of Culture on its plans for the historic property.
Because the behavior of a race takes on its specific character from its underlying images, we can speak of an archetype ‘Wotan’.” –Dr. Carl Gustav Jung, Wotan
“One form of Odin is dead, that is, the Odin who was the highest of the many gods who appeared as the embodiment of a generation still given up to natural symbolisms. But Odin as the eternal mirrored image of the primal spiritual powers of Nordic man lives today just as he did over 5,000 years ago.” –Dr. Alfred Rosenberg, The Myth of the Twentieth Century
Fortune favours the bold, ancient Roman quote teaches us that if we want to be winners we must think like winners
Today everything is in a flux, nothing is certain anymore and the world we have learned to know and all the great truths we have been taught to believe in have been challenged. Behind the respectable facade of the “system” there is a genuine panic and chaos and it may well take only a flutter of a butterfly’s wings to wreck the “system” completely. We are living breaking times when things may take a very violent and sudden turn to almost anywhere and as one thing always leads to another the final out come of this chain reaction may well be very surprising indeed. Just imagine how the assasination of archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo in 1914 really started the 20th. century and where it eventually took Europe and the world. Who could have seen in the summer 1914 how the world would stand in 1992 when the great cycle of the 20th. century finally closed with the collapse of communism, Berlin wall and the break up of Yugoslavia, all more or less direct results of the WWI.
At the end of November 1918, Adolf Hitler returned to Munich and then proceeded to a military camp in Traunstein in south-eastern Bavaria. When the camp was disbanded in April 1919, he went back to Munich, which was still being ruled by a Soviet republic founded by a Polish Jew Kurt Eisner (real name Salamon Kosmanowsky).
At the beginning of May, a few days after the communist revolution had been terminated on May 1, 1919 by the Bavarian Freikorps, Hitler was summoned as a member of the 2nd Infantry Regiment to attend a course on political instruction. The purpose of this course of lectures was to provide the soldiers with a background of politics, which would enable them to monitor the many revolutionary and political movements present in Munich at that time.