The Kingdom of God is born this day! This kingdom is found within the entire Northern and Southern Continent. Prince Georg Frederich of Prussia is working hard to restored the Hohenzollern to the Throne. I claim the castles of the Schwarzenbergs, and restore the Kingdom of Bohemia. I suggest we compare our DNA. Only subjects of these United Kingdoms will know the Kingdom of God. Repent!
“Come unto me!”
For ever two thousand years Royal Families have backed Christianity with their blood and fortune. Jesus is very grateful. The false claim that Jesus approves of, and backs any Democracy, is false. President Trump said he has done more for Christianity – than Jesus! His lawyers are doing away with the Letter of the Law – as I type! All evangelical followers of John Darby – are cast out! Any Christian who votes for Trump – will not see the Glory of God!
I am a Nazarite after Samuel – The King Maker! I place God’s crown on the head of Prince Georg – this day!
So be it!
John ‘The Nazarite King Maker
EXTRA! I just found the name RITTMEISTER. It means “riding master”. This may be the source of the name STUTTMEISTER which can be “horse master”. I have seen the name Stuttmeister with the Trakehner horse. In the first video there is a Phantom of the Opera bit.
Today is the 75th. anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. This article is evidence here was a cult around Hitler – that still needs more study! Jews could serve in the Prussian army, but could not be officers. Blacks could not serve in our first army, and were restricted. I have ben looking at the possibility the Stuttmeisters were wealthy Jews involved in the proxy fur market. This was a stock market I assume for the world fur trade market. Were they bankers who converted?
Johann Onuphrius (*1513–†1584), a great-grandson of Michael II. and Ursula, is considered to be the progenitor of the Frisian Line. His marriage with Maria von Grumbach (†1564) ensured Groot Terhorne Castle until 1879 as the family seat in the Netherlands. The Frisian line was made a member of the Dutch nobility by a Royal decree of King William I. of the Netherlands on August 28, 1814. Henceforth, the Dutch version thoe Schwartzenberg en Hohenlansberg was applied for this branch of the family.
The Prussian Line was established as a cadet branch of the Frisian line with Georg Baron thoe Schwartzenberg en Hohenlansberg (1842-1918), who served as a Rittmeister in the Imperial German Army. He and his descendants were made members of the Prussian nobility by an Imperial decree, issued by Emperor Wilhelm II., and are entitled to carry the German title Freiherr.
“Recreational and residential area
In the late 18th century, Charlottenburg’s development did not depend only on the crown. The town became a recreational area for the expanding city of Berlin. Its first true inn opened in the 1770s, in the street then called Berliner Straße (now Otto-Suhr-Allee), and many other inns and beer gardens were to follow, popular for weekend parties especially. Berliners seeking leisure and entertainment came by boat, by carriage and later by horse-drawn trams, above all to a large amusement park at the shore of the Spree river called Flora, that went into bankruptcy in 1904.
From the 1860s on the wealthy Bourgeoisie of Berlin discovered Charlottenburg as a residential area, among the first were Gerson von Bleichröder and Ernst Werner von Siemens, who had a villa built in the Berliner Straße in 1862. At the same time industrial companies like Siemens & Halske and Schering erected large factories in the north-east, at the border with the Moabit district of Berlin. In 1877 Charlottenburg received town privileges and until World War I saw an enormous increase of population with 100,000 inhabitants as of 1893 and a population of 306,000 in 1920, being the second largest city within the Province of Brandenburg, after Berlin.
Rittmeister (German and Scandinavian for “riding master” or “cavalry master”) is or was a military rank of a commissioned cavalry officer in the armies of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Scandinavia, and some other countries. A Rittmeister is typically in charge of a squadron (a Company-sized unit called a Troop in the United States, as opposed to the US Cavalry squadron of larger battalion size), and is the equivalent of a Hauptmann-rank (en: captain) with a NATO rank of OF-2.
The various names of this rank in different languages (all Germanic, plus Estonian) were:
- Swedish: ryttmästare
- Danish: ritmester
- Norwegian: rittmester (bokmål; the spelling ritmester was used until 1907) or rittmeister (nynorsk)
- German: Rittmeister
- Estonian: rittmeister
“Himmler had ordered 999 German women from the Ravensbrück prison to be transferred to Auschwitz to serve as prison guards ahead of the Slovak girls’ arrival, she said. And that number — 999 — which may have been an occult obsession of Himmler’s, matched the number of girls who were supposed to be on that first Jewish transport. (Macadam found that authorities miscounted; in reality, there were 997.)
In fact, the girls’ real job wasn’t to make shoes, but to build the very infrastructure that would convert the camp into a death machine. Over the next year, they were brutally forced to demolish old buildings with their bare hands, empty trash out of frozen lakes and build dozens of new barracks. For clothing, they were given the bloody uniforms of dead Soviet soldiers and a few striped dresses with no undergarments. Their entire bodies were shaved, and their shoes were flat pieces of wood with flimsy cloth ties.
It is alleged the first girl Prince Harry Windsor kissed, was Sophia Hesketh. Sophia appears to have dated Freddy Windsor. Sophia’s sister, Flora, is also a British Socialite. These sisters are my distant kin, related to the Witherspoons. I lived with Dottie Witherspoon. Being facebook friends of William and Harry, I suggested Will invite Reese Withersppon to his wedding in order to extend hands across the water. To the Hesketh sisters acknowlege their American roots?
THE HON. SOPHIE HESKETH
As the first girl Harry is rumoured to have ever kissed, flaxen-haired Sophia, 26, will no doubt always hold a place in the Prince’s heart. They were last seen dancing together at a charity ball in 2007, despite the fact that Chelsy was also there.
Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, 1st Baron Hesketh
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, 1st Baron Hesketh (17 November 1881–20 July 1944), known as Sir Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, 8th Baronet, from 1924 to 1935, was a British peer, soldier and Conservative Member of Parliament.
Hesketh was the son of Sir Thomas George Fermor-Hesketh, 7th Baronet, and Florence Emily Sharon,daughter of U.S. Senator William Sharon. He was educated at Eton, the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, and Trinity College, Cambridge.
He achieved the ranks of 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Horse Guards, Captain in the Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry and Honorary Major in the Territorial Army and also served as a Justice of the Peace for Lancashire and for Northamptonshire. Hesketh sat briefly as a Member of Parliament for Enfieldfrom 1922 to 1923 and was later High Sheriff of Northamptonshire in 1932.
He succeeded his father as eighth Baronet of Ruffield in 1924 and in 1935 he was raised to the peerage as Baron Hesketh, of Hesketh in the County Palatine of Lancaster.
Lord Hesketh married Florence Louise Breckinridge, of Kentucky, daughter of John Witherspoon Breckinridge, and granddaughter of General John C Breckinridge, Vice-President of the United States, in 1909. They had three sons and two daughters (Flora and Louise). Their eldest son Lieutenant the Hon. Thomas Sharon Fermor-Hesketh was killed in an aeroplane accident in France in 1937. Lord Hesketh died in July 1944, aged 62, and was succeeded in his titles by his second son Frederick. His third son John married Patricia Macaskie Cole in 1946. His grandson Alexander Fermor-Hesketh, 3rd Baron Hesketh, is a former Conservative government minister. Florence, the Dowager Lady Hesketh died 1956.
|Prince of Prussia|
Georg Friedrich at the annual meeting of the Order Pour le Mérite (2014)
|Head of the House of Hohenzollern|
|Tenure||26 September 1994 – present|
|Heir apparent||Carl Friedrich|
|Born||(1976-06-10) 10 June 1976
Bremen, West Germany
Princess Sophie of Isenburg (m. 2011)
|Father||Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia|
|Mother||Countess Donata of Castell-Rüdenhausen|
|Prussian Royal Family|
|HI&RH The Prince
HI&RH The Princess
HRH Princess Cornelie-Cecile
Georg Friedrich Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia (German: Georg Friedrich Ferdinand Prinz von Preußen; born 10 June 1976) is a German businessman who is the current head of the Prussian branch of the House of Hohenzollern, the former ruling dynasty of the German Empire and of the Kingdom of Prussia. He is the great-great-grandson and historic heir of Wilhelm II, the last German Emperor and King of Prussia, who abdicated and went into exile upon Germany’s defeat in World War I in 1918.
Education and career
Georg Friedrich is the only son of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia (1944–1977) and Countess Donata of Castell-Rüdenhausen (1950–2015). Born into a mediatised princely family, his mother later became Duchess Donata of Oldenburg when she married secondly Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg, who had previously been married to her sister-in-law Princess Marie Cécile of Prussia. His only sister is Princess Cornelie-Cécile of Prussia (b. 1978).
After the death of his father, Georg Friedrich spent much of his youth in the care of Louis Ferdinand, his paternal grandfather. He attended grammar schools in Bremen and Oldenburg and completed his education at Glenalmond College near Perth, Scotland, where he passed his A-levels. He then served for a two-year commission in the Alpine troops of the Bundeswehr. Georg Friedrich earned his degree in business economics at the Freiberg University of Mining and Technology.
Georg Friedrich works for a company specialising in helping universities to bring their innovations to market. He also administered the Princess Kira of Prussia Foundation, founded by his grandmother Grand Duchess Kira of Russia in 1952, now administered by his wife. In 2018 he moved from a house near Bremen, where he had also spent his childhood, to Babelsberg, a district of Potsdam, the capital city of the German state of Brandenburg.
He owns a two-thirds share of his family’s original seat, Hohenzollern Castle, while the other share is held by the head of the Swabian branch, Karl Friedrich, Prince of Hohenzollern. He also owns the Princes’ Island in the Great Lake of Plön. In 2017 he founded a beer trademark called Kgl. Preußische Biermanufactur (Royal Prussian Beer Manufactory) producing a Pilsner brand called Preussens.
Prince Georg Friedrich continues to claim compensation for land and palaces in Berlin expropriated from his family, a claim begun in March 1991 by his grandfather Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia under the Compensation Act (EALG).
House of Hohenzollern
Georg Friedrich succeeded his grandfather, Louis Ferdinand, as Head of the Royal House of Prussia, a branch of the House of Hohenzollern, on 26 September 1994. He stated, that he learned to appreciate the history and responsibility of his heritage during time spent with his paternal grandfather, who often recounted to him anecdotes from the life in exile of his own grandfather, the last German Kaiser, Wilhelm II.
His position as sole heir to the estate of his grandfather was challenged by his uncles, Friedrich Wilhelm and Michael, who filed a lawsuit claiming that, despite their renunciations as dynasts at the time of their marriages, the loss of their inheritance rights based on their selection of spouse was discriminatory and unconstitutional. His uncles were initially successful, the Regional Court of Hechingen and the higher Regional Court of Stuttgart ruling in their favour in 1997 on the grounds that the requirement to marry equally was “immoral”. However, the Federal Court of Justice of Germany overturned the original rulings in favour of Georg Friedrich’s uncles, the case being remanded to the courts at Hechingen and Stuttgart. This time both courts ruled in favour of Georg Friedrich. His uncles then took their case to the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany which overruled the previous court rulings in Georg Friedrich’s favour. On 19 October 2005, a German regional court ruled that Georg Friedrich was indeed the principal heir of his grandfather, Louis Ferdinand (who was the primary beneficiary of the trust set up for the estate of Wilhelm II), but also concluded that each of the children of Louis Ferdinand was entitled to a portion of the Prussian inheritance.
On 21 January 2011, Georg Friedrich announced his engagement to Princess Sophie Johanna Maria of Isenburg (born 7 March 1978), who studied business administration in Freiburg and Berlin and works at a firm that offers consulting services for nonprofit business. The civil wedding took place in Potsdam on 25 August 2011, and the religious wedding took place at the Church of Peace in Potsdam on 27 August 2011, in commemoration of the 950th anniversary of the founding of the House of Hohenzollern. The religious wedding was also broadcast live by local public television. The dinner, which many members of German and European royal families attended, was held in the Orangery Palace at Sanssouci Park.
As a Protestant descendant of Queen Victoria, Georg Friedrich was in the line of succession to the British throne from his birth until his marriage in 2011. As he married a Roman Catholic, according to the Act of Settlement 1701, he was thus debarred from the British line of succession until the implementation in 2015 of the Succession to the Crown Act 2013, which restored any succession rights to British dynasts forfeited because of marriage to Roman Catholics. Georg Friedrich is currently 170th in line to the British throne.
On 20 January 2013, Georg Friedrich’s wife, Sophie, gave birth to twin sons in Bremen, Carl Friedrich and Louis Ferdinand. Carl Friedrich, the elder of the two, is his father’s heir apparent. Their third child, Emma Marie, was born on 2 April 2015. On 17 November 2016, Sophie gave birth to Heinrich, their fourth child.
In mid-2019 it was revealed that Georg Friedrich had filed claims for permanent right of residency for his family in Cecilienhof, or one of two other former Hohenzollern palaces in Potsdam, as well as return of the family library, 266 paintings, an imperial crown and sceptre, and the letters of Empress Auguste Victoria. This sparked a public debate about the legitimacy of these claims and the role of the Hohenzollern during and before the Nazi regime in Germany, specifically Crown Prince Wilhelm von Preußen‘s involvement.
In June 2019, a claim made by Georg Friedrich that Rheinfels Castle be returned to the Hohenzollern family was dismissed by a court. In 1924, the ruined Castle had been given to the town of St Goar, under the proviso it was not sold. In 1998 the town leased the ruins to a nearby hotel. His case made the claim that this constituted a breach of the bequest.
Titles, styles and honours
Titles and styles
- official in Germany: 10 June 1976 – present: Mr Georg Friedrich Prinz von Preußen
- 10 June 1976 – 26 September 1994: His Royal Highness Prince Georg Friedrich of Prussia
- 26 September 1994 – present: His Imperial and Royal Highness The Prince of Prussia
- House of Prussia: Sovereign Knight Grand Cordon with Collar of the Order of the Black Eagle
- House of Prussia: Sovereign Knight Grand Cordon with Collar of the Order of the Red Eagle
- House of Prussia: Sovereign of the Order of Merit of the Prussian Crown
- House of Prussia: Sovereign of the Order of the Crown
- House of Prussia: Sovereign Knight Grand Cordon with Collar of the Imperial House Order of Hohenzollern-Prussia
- House of Prussia: Sovereign of the Imperial Order for Merit
- House of Prussia: Sovereign of the Order of Louise
- House of Prussia: Sovereign of the Order of Wilhelm