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According to Jan van Helsing, a prolific author on all things associated with secret societies, the term "illuminati" came into common usage in fourteenth century Germany, where it was applied to the high initiates of the Brotherhood of the Snake

Philip Gardiner and Gary Osborn / <cite>The Serpent Grail (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

The British monarchy, and the City of London's leading Crown bankers, enthusiastically backed Hitler and the Nazis, bankrolled the Fuehrer’s election, and did everything possible to build the Nazi war machine, for Britain's planned geopolitical war between Germany and Russia

Scott Thompson / <cite>The Nazi Roots of the House of Windsor (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

In short, the century-long monopolization of sea navigation and trade by the Hanseatic League ensured that the Renaissance would arrive in Northern Germany long before the rest of Europe.

Wikipedia / <cite>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanseatic_League</cite>

The Germans first came into prominence in Europe in the first century AD, although the term Germani was in use about a hundred years earlier and appears originally to have been a Celtic tribal name. Tacitus in Germania claimed that it was the name of one tribe which gradually came into general use, and it was generally held to be linked with the Latin Germanus (brother). Because of the ambiguity of this term 'Germanic', many English scholars have preferred to use 'Teutonic' for this group of peoples. The adjective Teutonicus was a Latinized form of OE peodisc from peod (people/nation), a term applied by the Goths to themselves and their language; the earlier form *teuta may originally have had the meaning 'power' or 'strength'

H. R. Ellis Davidson / <cite>Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe: Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Beil is the German word for Axe, and Beilage is the word for Enclosure, evidently a "garden of the God" or enclosure of the Axe, just like Securis is the Latin word for Axe and Security is the place of safety, the enclosure is the "cut off" place.

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>The Axe Was God</cite>

The German God Teus has been identified with the Greek Zeus. Gibbon states the Germans carried their Goddesses along with them in wagons pulled by cows. The goddess, who was veiled, controlled the most ruthless warriors. The isle of Rugen was the reported home of the Gods. Such names as Gotenhafen, God's Heaven, a northerly port, and Gottesbury, evidence the early activities of the Gods.

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>The Axe Was God</cite>

Today [1940], the Germans are on the brink of falling in with the idea that they are the original race of the gods. As a matter of fact the barbaric Germans were just as docile as any other wild race under the dominion of the "Els."

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>Thirty Thousand Gods Before Jehovah</cite>

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