It is common knowledge that the movement ("Die Bewegung") of National Socialism and Hitler started in Munich, Bavaria.
A much less publicised fact is that International Communism (Lenin, Parvus and others, and later the first Soviet Republic by Kurt Eisner [in Munich]) also had its dark roots in Munich.
There is a likelihood that these two criminal state systems were purposely designed and pitched against each other in Munich, or rather in its bohemian quarter Schwabing, at the beginning of the 20th century, by conspirative forces ... which may be connected to the Bavarian Illuminati (Weishaupt, Montgelas, Rothschild).
Lenin and Hitler were both - officially - secret agents, before their empowerment. (Who paid Lenin? What for? Who paid Hitler? What for?)
Where Lenin (between 1900 and 1902) and Hitler (after 1913) had lunch: the Schelling Salon at the corner of Schellingstrasse 54 and Barerstrasse.
A peculiar, somber, strange, but historically most interesting atmosphere
In the friendly hands of the Mehr family since more than 140 years
The current host, Frau Mehr (center)
The waitresses serve with a friendly but out-of-this world 19th century "Wünsche wohl zu speisen, der Herr!" ("May you enjoy the meal, Sir!") as if waiting for the secret codeword in reply
Take a peek at the original pissoir where Lenin, Hitler, Kandinsky, Franz-Josef Strauss and many other notables did their business as every mere mortal does
There is an interesting Museum in the attic ...
... where I was shown around by this gentleman ...
... to dive further into the past.
Other traces of Lenin in Munich, at the Hofbräuhaus:
On 13. April 1919, the Communist Soviet Republic was declared at the Hofbräuhaus by the Russians (and Lenin protegées) Eugen Leviné and Max Levien. On 23. February 1920, the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) was founded at the Hofbräuhaus, and Adolf Hitler proclaimed his 25-point party programme.
Literature about Lenin in Munich ...
... putting conspiracy theory (German: Verschwörungs-Theorie) into practice ... in Schwabing.
Hitler's first NS-Party Headquarter was right next door in Schellingstrasse 50 where you can still see the Reich Eagle above the gate (a rare sight in Germany today). This was initially his fotographer Hofmann's laboratory shop where Hitler was introduced to Hofmann's assistant Eva Braun, who Hitler married on their last day in the Führerbunker in Berlin.
Close by, in Schellingstrasse 62, there is Hitler's other favourite Restaurant Osteria Italiana (formerly Osteria Bavaria)
In Schellingstrasse 2, on the walls of the University Library one can still see bullet scars from World War II - the Synthesis of the "Hegel Dialectic" that started at Schelling Salon.
"If we see that Germany is winning the war, we ought to help Russia; and if that Russia is winning, we ought to help Germany, and in that way let them kill as many as possible. . . ." Later US-President Harry S. Truman in 1941 (New York Times)
Similar bullet "scars of remembrance" (Wunden der Erinnerung) on this monument at the corner of Gabelsberger and Arcisstrasse.
Right opposite the Schelling Salon, on the building of todays Sparkasse bank affiliate, there is masonry depicting Munich's ("Monks") City logo ...
... that keeps reminding me of recent dark history ... in Abu Ghraib ...
... and another masonry depicting a beehive which may be the bank's own symbol - or the Bavarian Illuminati's symbol (which were initially named "Order of the Bees" by founder Adam Weishaupt)
Lenin's first Munich residence was in Schleissheimerstrasse 106 ...
... and Hitler's first Munich residence was in Schleissheimerstrasse 34 (both close to Schelling Salon).
One of Lenin's other undercover apartments (he took up his fighter name "Lenin" while in Munich) was in Siegfriedstrasse 14, also in Schwabing (there is still a Lenin bust on the second floor of this restaurant) ...
... and close to his "handler"'s apartment in Ungererstrasse 80: Alexander Parvus (born as Israel Lazarovich Helphand), a real-life James Bond, who almost single-handedly (possibly together with Sidney Reilly, born Shlomo Rosenblum) saw the coming down of the German Kaiserreich (with Rothschild schoolmate Erzberger etc.), the Ottoman Sultanate in Istanbul (with Basil Zakharov,the Dönmeh, Young Turks and especially the Camondo's Central Bank) and the Czar in Russia (by putting Lenin in the sealed train through Germany in 1918 with help of the Kaiser's secret-service chief Max Warburg, and by financing Lenin and his Bolshewiki).
Lenin's mail was received at this safehouse in Gabelsbergerstrasse 46 (near Schelling Salon and near the Masonic Lodges "In Treue fest" in Gabelsbergerstrasse 26 and "Number 11" in Briennerstarsse 51) which was clandestinely operated by the revolutionary agent and (illegal) gynaecologist Mrs Hope Adams from Britain and her - also revolutionary - agents and German husbands Nr. 1 Otto Walther and Nr. 2 Carl Lehmann (the latter traveled with Parvus through Russia in 1905 to publish the book "The starving Russia"). They operated the Nordrach womens clinic and lung sanatorium in the Black Forest, owned by ... Adelheid de Rothschild and her husband (and cousin) Edmond James Baron de Rothschild.
There is plenty of secret-society charade and Illuminati symbolism in Munich (like here on the Trinity Church near Hotel Bayerischer Hof) and guided tours are offered for the general public.
Count Montgelas played a prominent role in European politics and the Illuminati, at the turn of the 19th century, directly from Munich. He is pictured here in front of the former Bavarian Ministry of Finance, in his own Palais Montgelas, which is today part of the Hotel Bayerischer Hof.
The first Rothschild is said to have financed the Bavarian Illuminati, together with Jacob Frank. They were officially founded by Adam Weishaupt on 1st May (Mayday, Walpurgisnacht) 1776 in Ingolstadt, but possibly pre-decessed by the Jesuit-converted Alumbrados of 1492 in Reconquista Spain, Luciferian Sabbateans in Galicia, the Isis cult in Egypt and the Brotherhood of the Snake in Babylon. In any case, the Illuminati headquarter was moved to Munich (code-name "Athens") in the Palais Montgelas. There is also a former Palais Rothschild nearby in today's Briennerstrasse [called Adolf-Hitler-Strasse during NS times]. Even though the Bavarian Illuminati were forbidden by Bavaria in 1787, many believe that their structures, principles or forces may have survived.
P.S.: The Montgelas monument is made from ... a-luminum. Check what the Rockefeller's original German hometown (Neuwied-Rockenfeld) was famous for at the end of the 18th century when they emigrated to the US. Illuminating !
Winston Churchill in 1920:
"This conspiracy against civilization dates from the days of Weishaupt ... as a modern historian Mrs. Webster has so ably shown, it played a recognizable role on the French Revolution." (Source)
"This movement among the Jews is not new. From the days of Spartacus-Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, and down to Trotsky (Russia), Bela Kun (Hungary), Rosa Luxembourg (Germany), and Emma Goldman (United States)... this worldwide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilisation and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development, of envious malevolence, and impossible equality, has been steadily growing. It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the 19th century; and now at last this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads and have become practically the undisputed masters of that enormous empire." (Source: The Guardian)
When stepping out of Palais Montgelas in 1919, Kurt Eisner, the head of Munich's Soviet Republic was shot and killed by Count Arco-Valley-Oppenheim, right at the doorstep ...
... as visible by this mugshot-monument on the ground (the Bayerischer Hof, which is Germany's most profitable hotel, refused to put a memorial plate on its walls). Hitler attended Eisner's funeral. No wonder, or oh wonder: he had even worked for Eisner's (left-wing) propaganda department.
Another revolutionary CV tied to Munich was Ukraine's (right-wing) Stepan Bandera who was attacked with cyanide gas and killed at this adress, Kreittmayrstraße 7 in Munich, in 1959. His grave on Munich's Waldfriedhof was vandalised in 2014, after the beginning of the newly orchestrated West-East-conflict (Euromaidan) which led to the newly orchestrated Nazi-Soviet-conflict (Donbass War).
The prominent Hanfstaengl Family with their son Putzi, who was an American double-agent, played a role in the rise of Hitler (their Hanfstaengl Villa pictured here in Widenmayerstrasse 15 at the Isar river banks).
The Thule-Society, one of the NS party's early think tanks (occult "Germanic" ideas, initially developed by Brits Helena Blavatsky, Bulwer-Lytton, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, Alistair Crowley and promoted by British double-agents Trebitsch-Lincoln, Karl Haushofer and Sebottendorf) met for reunions in the lower ground of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten.
Himmler's SS at some point operated from Hotel Torbräu ...
... whereas Röhm's SA operated from Hotel Marienbad
(identical with the location where the Irish dancer-provocateur Lola Montez had moved from the Bayerischer Hof while successfully subverting the Bavarian monarchy with her "Lolamannen" affairs around 1848. She helped to fell King Ludwig I. - who had previously brought down Count Montgelas, built Walhalla and Ruhmeshalle, and mocked Heinrich Heine - and she possibly gave birth to a lovechild with Ludwig I., by the name of Anna Sprengel, who may have lived and founded the occult Order of the Golden Dawn, with later influence on the Thule-Society, but that sounds more like a British disinformation concoction.)
Hotel Königshof (and their advertising partner DEGUSSA - logo with all-seeing eye - a mint- gold- and uranium producer) played a large role for secret services ...
(Germany's secret service BND was established in Munich-Pullach by the US occupying forces, using the former "Fremde Heere Ost", which was the NS spy organisation against Russia, headed by Reinhard Gehlen) ...
... and Hotel Excelsior (both located near the central station and owned by the same family) was the US army's HQ after World War II.
I wonder which city can offer as many dark sides as Munich? A real "shit-steering" hole.
I hope that the new world order (presumably International Socialism with communist control & surveillance and capitalist production & distribution - again envisioned by the same forces) does NOT get its final design with another dark event in Munich! (No, most likely that already happened in New York in 2001.)
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