The Spear of Longinus

The main driving force behind Julius Caesar’s assassination was married to a Brutus, but I suspect he was less interested in restoring power in the Senate (and in some way the people of Italy) than in his own power. The movie Spartacus sees it as I see it. Sir Laurence Olivier played his character. Cassius, later named Longinus, is killed by his own hand after a defeat in Alexander’s homeland in a city named after Alexander’s father or other family member.

“The Spear of Destiny, also known as the Spear of Longinus and the Heilige Spear – Sacred Spear – is one of the most important Christian relics of the Passion of Jesus Christ. As first described in John 19: 31-37, the Spear was used by a Roman soldier (Gaius Cassius, later named Longinus) to pierce the side of Christ while hanging on the cross. The spear, bathed in the blood of the Lamb and playing an important role in the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy , is believed to have acquired tremendous mystical power.

Later, the centurion became one of the first converts to Christianity. Subsequently, the Lance passed through a multitude of hands, coming into the possession of many of Europe’s most important political and military leaders, including Constantine I, Alaric (the Visigoth king who sacked Rome in 410), Frankish General Charles Martel, Charlemagne, Federico de Barbarroja and Federico II. A leader who possessed the Spear was said to be invincible; Charlemagne and Frederick of Barbarossa were undefeated in battle until they dropped the spear from their hands. The legend arose that whoever claimed the Lance “has the fate of the world in their hands for better or for worse.”

As a young man, Adolf Hitler was fascinated by the Spear of Destiny, which he first saw displayed in the Hofsburg museum in Vienna, Austria in 1909. Hitler was familiar with the legend of the Holy Spear. His interest in the relic was further broadened by his role in the 1882 opera Parsifal, by Hitler’s favorite composer Richard Wagner, which concerned a group of ninth-century knights and their quest for the Holy Grail. Hitler’s fascination with the Spear was instrumental in sparking his interest in the occult, which gave rise to his ideas about the origins and purpose of the Germanic race and contributed to his belief in his own destiny as a world conqueror.

{This is the spearhead of the Holy Spear of Habsburg and they spend millions trying to authenticate these things, but they always end up discovering that they are not as the myths tell us. History will have to answer forensics soon, I hope.}

On October 12, 1938, shortly after the German annexation of Austria, Hitler ordered the SS to seize the Lance and other artifacts from Vienna. They were taken by train to Nuremberg, where they were stored in St. Catherine’s Church. The Lance remained at St. Katherine’s until 1944, when it was moved to a specially constructed vault under the church, built in secret and at great cost, intended to protect it and the other stolen relics from the Allied bombs. Nuremberg was captured by Allied troops in April of the following year. Later, the vault was discovered by officers of the US Army. The spear was confiscated by US forces on the afternoon of April 30, 1945, less than two hours before Hitler’s suicide in his underground bunker in Berlin. Like Spear’s previous owners, Hitler died after the relic was taken from him.

Like most holy relics, the history of the Spear of Destiny is complex and difficult to authenticate. The first reports of the Lance date back to AD 570, when it was said to be on display in the basilica on Mount Zion in Jerusalem alongside the Crown of Thorns. The tip of the spear blade apparently broke after the Persian conquest of Jerusalem in 615 AD The tip, engraved on an icon, reached the Church of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople and then France, where it remained in the Sainte Chapelle. until the 18th century. It briefly moved to the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris during the French Revolution, but subsequently disappeared. Meanwhile, the rest of the spearhead was transferred from Jerusalem to Constantinople sometime in the 8th century. It was taken by the Turks in the 14th century and sent by Sultan Bajazet as a gift to Pope Innocent VIII in 1492. Innocent ordered that the relic be placed in Saint Peter’s in Rome, where it remains today, although the Catholic Church does not make much of a claim as to its authenticity.

There are several other competing relics in different locations. One of those “Holy Spears” was supposedly unearthed by the crusader Peter Bartholomew in Antioch in 1098. That Spear is now found at Etschmiadzin in Armenia; scholars believe that it is not actually a Roman spear, but the head of a banner, although it may have an interesting history of its own, separate from the legend of the spear. Another claimant has rested in Krakow for some eight hundred years.

Hitler’s spear was the fourth spear, called the Saint Maurice Spear and the Holy Spear of Habsburg, which is part of the Reichkleinodien (Imperial Regalia) of the House of Habsburg. This spearhead is tied with gold, copper and silver threads to a nail, supposedly one of the nails of the crucifixion. The first verifiable account of this spear was its use in a coronation ceremony in 1273. It rested in Nuremberg during the Middle Ages, but in the early 20th century it was displayed in the Treasury House of the Hofsburg museum in Vienna, where Hitler saw it in 1909.

This Spear makes no greater claim to authenticity than any of the others, although Hitler, who conducted his own lax investigation into its history, was firmly convinced that it was the genuine item, leading to its confiscation by the SS in 1938. In 1946, the Lance and the rest of the Imperial Regalia were returned to Austria. Today they are on public display again in the Hofsburg museum. “(2)

The people mentioned as having possession of the spear are all Merovingians (Family of Jesus) and had built a Ritual Energy Construct around the spear, regardless of whether it was authentic or not. I can’t expect academics to understand that and I’m not going to address it in this book. I will have to make a book called The conspiracy of Jesus. I have explained these things in other books regarding the ritual acts of these Merovingians.

I wonder why this Spear is called the Spear of Longinus in so many places. Maybe I just missed something, but if Joseph of Arimathea is the Roman minister of Minas (slavery), as well as a member of the Sanhedrin that was bought by Rome just like Herod, what is going on? When you know that Paul / Saul is a Roman from Tarshis and that he was stoning Saint Stephen and working for the Sanhedrin priests of the Sadducee Temple, you start to see things fall into place. Joseph carries Jesus’ body to his family’s crypt, where Jesus had raised Lazarus from the dead (or from a drug-caused coma as Jesus had been given when he was on the cross to appear dead. Joseph had that being a relative of Jesus or Pilate (from Scotland perhaps according to current archaeological excavations there) could not have delivered the body to him despite the fact that Pilate would be from the area where Joseph’s tin mines had been instrumental in a huge machine to make money for his Benjaminite family. Under Roman law the body can only go to the family and that would include the father of Mary Magdalene / Bethany (same person: he had houses in both cities plus in Egypt where Mary and Jesus had studied while growing up).

Do you think Gaius Cassius was stupid when he refused to do what other senators wanted while fighting to defend Rome? Do you think he was involved in the supposed death of Jesus or whatever really happened there? There are many points worth connecting here. I think there were powerful people who wanted to build the kind of Empire that Rome soon became. His purpose or plan was an Empire with fewer and fewer actual participants in decision-making. It continues long after the so-called fall of Rome. Cassius knew that the Senate was a paper tiger or a mere facade.

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