Thirty Years' War

The Thirty Years' War was a mass sacrifice ritual of the Saturn cult (the war industry) in Germany (the Holy Roman Empire) from 1618 to 1648 of approximately 4 to 8 million people, a war between Lutheran Protestants and Catholics (the Catholic Church, the Habsburgs and jesuits).

In 1613 the alchemical wedding of Frederick V and Elizabeth Stuart took place in London. Frederick V was seen by the rosicrucian circle of John Dee as the protestant Messiah who would usher in the 5th (V) kingdom, as leader of the Protestant Union (Palatinate, Wurttemberg, Bayreuth, Hesse-Kassel, Zweibrucken, Nuremberg, Strasbourg). He was a member of the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Welf) and House of Hesse-Kassel.

The Thirty Years' War represented the apocalyptic endbattle between Christ and Lucifer, described in the Book of Revelation.

In 1616 the Rosicrucian manifestoes were printed in Tubingen Germany.

Jesuit trained Ferdinand II became Holy Roman Emperor in 1619, guided by jesuit Wilhelm Lamormaini.

Torquato Conti (Conti di Segni family who prosecuted the Cathars) was one of his commanders and received the nickname the Devil because of his cruelty. He was a student of Oduardo Farnese, a patron of the jesuits.

Christoph Simon von Thun was a member of the Order of Malta.

At the Battle of the White Mountain in 1620, near Prague Czechia, Ferdinand II defeated the Bohemians, led by Christian I of Anhalt-Bernburg. Frederick V (the Winter King) died, his family fled to The Hague in the Netherlands.

Christian IV of Denmark was also defeated.

Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden (rosicrucian Johannes Rubeus as advisor) won the Battle at Breitenfeld.

French Cardinal Richelieu, Minister of State of Louis XIII Bourbon (Marie de Medici as mother) worked with jesuit Nicolas Caussin and with the protestants. In 1635 France attacked Spain.

The Wewelsburg castle near Westphalia, wich also played a role in the mythical Battle of the Birch, was owned by Dietrich von Fürstenberg, and taken several times.

In 1648, after the Battle of Lens (French Bourbons defeat Spain), with the population of Germany reduced by over one half, the Peace of Westphalia was signed in Osnabrück (white horse emblem of the Guelph faction) and Münster.

Pope Alexander VII (of elite family Chigi) helped negotiating the treaty.

Jesuit trained Louis Grand Condé (Bourbon) who fought in the Battle of Lens, had a son who married the daughter of Edward Prince Palatine (son of Frederick V) and a grandson, Count of Clermont who became grandmaster of Grand Orient France. Spain was forced to sign a peace treaty with Holland, ending the 80 Years' War.

The end of the Thirty Years' War is often seen as the start of the modern era. The House of Hannover became the patrons of the scientific revolution (Royal Society).

The Seven Years' War and the WW1 and WW2 ritual was a sequel to the Thirty Years' War. Heinrich Himmler chose Wewelsburg castle as a location for his SS.

the WW1 and WW2 ritual

the Jesuits