Otto Rahn: Himmler’s Grail Explorer


It is well known that the Third Reich had a fascination with the treasures of the Cathari and the Armna Christi – the objects that caused the sorrows and sufferings of the Christ. Here, we explore the work of Otto Rahn, a fellow engaged by Heinrich Himmler to research the Treasures of Solomon and the Grail.

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Rabbi Martin Riesenburger


Martin Riesenburger was a German Cantor married to a Christian during WWII, and lived in Berlin. During WWII, he was given protected status and was allowed to function as Cantor and Rabbi at Weissensee, the old-age home that had a chapel and a Jewish burial ground attached to it. He survived the war and became Chief Rabbi of East Germany. Some revile Rabbi Riesenberger, some have sympathy for his role and his courage. We present a simple history of Rabbi Martin Riesenberger, the “Last Rabbi in Berlin” as a candidate for Saints of a New Era.

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