“Lang” or “Lanz”: Myths about the “Myths”

Terry Melanson

Webmaster/editor of Conspiracy Archive; author of Perfectibilists: the 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati.

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  1. Alan Douglas says:

    Was Lanz also carrying plans for the French Revolution as is stated on a number of YouTube films and in Robert Sepehr’s “1666 Redemption through Sin”?

    • Absolutely not. What was found in the clothes of his dead body is enumerated in this article. (Nothing of consequence was found in his domicile, either.) It lays out exactly what he was doing and for what purpose. He had an ulterior motive for being in Silesia as explained in the article but this is as far as it went. Full stop. Robert Sepehr is parroting Jüri Lina (who has no source). This article is a complete and accurate account of what occurred and what was found. I don’t write about Lanz’s “plans for the French Revolution” in the same manner as I don’t write about infighting in the elf factory at the north pole. They are equally preposterous and inane.

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