Kategorie: Sonderberichte

Saxon England Restoration, in memory of Queen Elizabeth II, important Heralding Christ’s Kingdom coming closer!

In commemoration of the great 70 year reign of Queen Elizabeth II, which occupied the throne of King David of Israel (as the Archbishop proclaimed her “Queen of Israel” live on TV at her coronation). The Royal Saxon house of the Queen was where she derived her age old power, which since the earliest times […]

1,086th anniversary of the crowning of our King and Emperor, Otto I., the Great

In celebration of the 1,086 year anniversary of the crowning of our King and Emperor,  Otto I., the Great.  First a Foreword from our Primace (in Wolfenbuttel that title is “summus episcopus”) HMSH Rev Dr Stephen MK d’Guelph Brunswick:  We say “our King” as most likely you do descend from those who called him such […]

Mandatory Gene Editing To “Change What it means to be a Human” says top world leaders.

It’s important to identify the best Candidates that are fighting the Transhumanism Agenda, and get out and support them to get elected! The mandatory gene editing (discussed by the World Economic Forum leaders such as Bill Gates, Schwab, Fauci and others) is steamrolling over every human right and will redefine humans. As Elon Musk said […]

Der neue Name für wahre Israeliten, der ethnische und kulturelle Name „Christ“.

Diese kurze Studie befasst sich keineswegs mit dem uralten Thema der Christenheit als Israel der Bibel und der Geschichte. Wir haben Tausende von Büchern, die sich ausführlich mit dieser Studie befassen. Siehe dazu unsere Buchhandlung. Eine kurze Studie, die den Namen Christian zeigt, ist der neue Name für die wahren Israeliten und […]

Culdees’ Abbots, Priests, Monks and even Nuns were married in purity with periods of separation for their courses of services

Culdees’ Abbots, Priests, Monks and even Nuns were married in purity with periods of separation for their courses of services.     by Rev Dr Stephen MK Brunswick This topic is validated by the records of Rome in protest against married Celtic Clergy being repugnant to their tradition (although the East also practiced it). However […]