Illuminati Sightseeing: Karl and St. Germain at Louisenlund
The second installment in my “Illuminati Sightseeing” series. Once again it includes a lightbox with plenty of pictures. This one should appeal to a wider audience, since it involves Count St. Germain. Landgrave Karl von Hessen-Kassel gave the infamous count refuge at his estate in Schleswig-Holstein; had an alchemical tower built - among other occult architecture - and the two of them conducted experiments there in “gold making,” etc.
It is pictures such as these - which relate to the real Illuminati - that I wish would have been included in Texe Marrs’ Mysterious Monuments. The castle and pyramid at Wilhelmsbad (a site notorious in secret society history), and the latest post on Karl von Hessen-Kassel and his occult-masonic-alchemical country estate - this is the stuff of authentic “Illuminati architecture.”
…and there’s much more to come.