Will Estonia Save American Democracy?

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“TALLINN, Estonia — The United States will deploy additional infantry troops to the Baltic country of Estonia “in the coming weeks” to strengthen defenses on NATO’s eastern flank, Estonian defense officials said Thursday.”.


“Congressional Democrats are betting that a coordinated offense is their best defense against the coming Republican investigative onslaught.

Democrats on Capitol Hill, at the White House, in agencies and in outside political groups are gearing up to do battle with the Republican committee chairs probing all corners of the Biden administration as well as the Biden family’s financial dealings.’

Estonia and the United States are United Members of NATO. They took an oath to come to the defense of each other. Because We The People and our President are engaged in killing and stopping Russian troops that threaten many NATO Nations – We need to ask several….WHAT IF?

  1. What if the Insurectionists had been successful, and Donald Trump emerged on the steps of our Capital and declared himself President. Would our NATO allies support him – even though he declares he is on the side of Putin?
  2. What if the Republican Party DOES NOT raise the Debt Ceiling?. Will the President of the United State dismiss, and IGNORE THE VOTES of Republican Election Deniers – and raise the debt cieling with an Executive Order for the sake of our troops – that are in harms way?
  3. What if the Tea Party Traitors, The Oath Keepers, and other pseudo-religious militias, had taken many elected Democratic leaders HOSTAGE, and paraded them in cages before Emperor Von Trump? Would Estonia send a warship full of Estonian Commandos – to free their rightful allies?
  4. What if most NATO Nations concluded what I conclude, that the Republican Party has been taken over by neo-Confederate Lunatics Losers who just want – the South to rise again – in the name of Jesus and John Darby? Who in the hell is John Darby?

Many Americans claim the Republican Party – IS FULL OF RACISTS! What do the fifty Nation Members of NATO think about that? They are thinking about it – BIG TIME! The ConGelicals claim the taking down of Confederate statues is a great threat to them – and Jesus! What does Prime Minister Kaja Kallas think about this – as she stares at Putin and Kirills big guns across the border? How real is this compared to Little Boy Gaetz going after the Bidens – and all Democrats? Does she wonder why Republicans can’t see – who the real enemy is?

5. What if Robert E. Lee was born in Germany in 1902, and became Nazi Germany’s greatest general? Would Hitler have won the war?

I am kin to General Lee. We are kin to the Reuss family, and thus…Hochmeister Heinrich Reuß von Plauen….who has a high forehead like I do. My Stuttmeisters grandfathers were allegedly Teutonic Knights. We do not know what their reeal name, is. There is a Stuttmeister province in Estonia. We dealt in furs – that were brought from America?

6. What if Miriam Starfish Christling fell in love with Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, and wanted to pledge fealty to her. You see, she has Praetorian Guard blood in her veins. She was born to serve and protect leaders of nations……Royalty – even Emperors! Does Trump have a dream of being a Roman Emperor? Remember him, the Greatest Traitor We have ever known?

This is what you call a brilliant flanking maneuver. I have captured their Racist Headquarters. Most of the Bible – is fiction! The enemies of the President of United States claims the Bible and God – is on THEIR SIDE! Why am I the only one who challenges their claim, and their claim they are – Great Representatives of the White Race? Who do they go on their side to prove this? The White Confederates – LOST! The White Nazis – LOST! White Trump and his Devotees – LOST! The Estonian Government knows – THEY ARE LOSERS! So does Putin – WHO IS LOSING!

I was one of the first Anti-War Hippies. I was born to be a Prussian General. Today, I am like a Prussian General, who has come to serve my President, Joseph Biden. I might be the Greatest War Propagandist – that ever lived!

“The pen is mighttier than the sword!”

Now….who do the Republicans got? John Darby? Who the hell is he!!

I intend to win World War Three!

How do you like them apples?

6. What if Jesus was a Moabite General who began a revolt in Judea against Rome – AND LOST?

7. What if the real Knight Templars discovered this was the case on the Mount of Olives?

I have a lot of alleged Knight Templar friends on Facebook. Did Jesus believe in Reincarnation?

8. What if Trump and the ConGelicals made a secret alliance with Putin, and they are going after Hunter Biden so they can end the U.S. support of Ukraine and NATO?

Gideon the Nazarite


Reuß von Plauen joined the Teutonic Order at a young age. He was first a brother in a monastery in Germany. Reuß von Plauen arrived in Prussia in the 1420s when he became the Vogt of Dirschau. In 1433 he became the Komtur of Balga and in 1440 the Vogt of Natangia. From 1441, Reuß von Plauen held the position of the Grand Hospitaller and the Komtur of Elbing (Elbląg). As the Grand Master’s nephew, his influence in the Order grew and he advanced quickly. He took control of the Order’s army during the Thirteen Years’ War and became famous for destroying the Polish army in the Battle of Konitz. After the Second Peace of Thorn in 1466, Reuß von Plauen became the Komtur of Preußisch Holland.



Kaja Kallas (Estonian: [ˈkɑjɑ ˈkɑlːɑs]; born 18 June 1977) is an Estonian politician who has been serving as the prime minister of Estonia since 2021. The leader of the Reform Party since 2018, she was a Member of Parliament from 2019 to 2021, and previously between 2011 and 2014. Kallas served as a Member of the European Parliament between 2014 and 2018, representing the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe. Prior to her election to Parliament, she was an attorney specialising in European and Estonian competition law.

Estonia calls on NATO for stronger defence of its Baltic members


British PM Johnson, NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg and Estonian PM Kallas hold a joint news conference at Tapa Military Base
Estonia’s Prime Minister Kaja Kallas speaks during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg (not pictured) at the Tapa Military Base, in Tallinn, Estonia March 1, 2022. Leon Neal/Pool via REUTERS

VILNIUS, March 1 (Reuters) – NATO must improve its defences of the Baltic nations, the most vulnerable part of the military alliance, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas told a news conference on Tuesday.

“This includes, on land, establishing a permanent, increased forward presence. In the air, establishing a credible defence posture. And a sense of urgency in developing NATO’s upgraded defence plan,” Kallas said after meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg.

The three met at Estonia’s Tapa Military Base as Russia warned Kyiv residents to flee their homes on Tuesday and rained rockets down on Kharkiv. read more

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Kallas pledged her country will “continue to provide significant military, financial and humanitarian aid” to Ukraine.

NATO has established Enhanced Forward Presence battlegroups in each of the Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania in 2017, after Russia annexed the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine.


As part of a new largest aid package to Ukraine, Estonia has decided to hand over all its 155-mm howitzers.

This was reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces with reference to the message of the Embassy of Estonia in Ukraine.

“We are giving all our 155-mm howitzers to Ukraine. And we want to create a precedent in this way so that other countries will not have any excuses why they cannot provide Ukraine with the necessary weapons to win the war,” emphasized Estonian ambassador to Ukraine Kaimo Kuusk.

Currently, the government of Estonia has approved the largest package of military aid to Ukraine to date, with a total cost of EUR 113 million:

  • dozens of 155-mm FH-70 and 122-mm D-30 howitzers
  • thousands of 155 mm artillery shells
  • hundreds of M2 Karl-Gustaf anti-tank grenade launchers with ammunition
  • means of supporting artillery units

Thus, total military aid to Ukraine is more than 1% of Estonia’s GDP.

It is noted that Estonia will continue to provide Ukraine with basic and specialized training for soldiers of the AFU.

The Estonian Embassy in Ukraine also thanked allies who joined the Tallinn Declaration #TallinnPledge and pledged to collectively push for an unprecedented set of grants, including main battle tanks, heavy artillery, air defense equipment, ammunition and infantry fighting vehicles for defense of Ukraine.


BRUSSELS — Ukrainian officials have a long list of requests for their European allies this week: fighter jets and other heavy weaponry to fend off a looming Russian offensive, E.U. membership within a few years, legal mechanisms to hold Russians to account, and a plan to use seized Russian assets for reconstruction.





Baltic Noble Corporations of CourlandLivoniaEstonia, and Oesel (Ösel) were medieval fiefdoms formed by German nobles in the 13th century under vassalage to the Teutonic Knights and Denmark in modern Latvia and Estonia. The territories continued to have semi-autonomous status from 16th to early 20th century under Swedish and Russian rule.

The four knighthoods are united in the Verband der Baltischen Ritterschaften. e.V. ( Association of Baltic Noble Corporations ) [1]

The Teutonic Knights entered the area of what is now Latvia and Estonia in the beginning of the 13th century in order to Christianize the region. After the conquest much of the Order’s land was divided among the German noble families originally from Westphalia and regions along the Rhine river. The towns also saw the development of a German mercantile class. The noble families constituted a minority amongst the local German-speaking population, and overall, the German-speakers constituted a small minority of the total population. During the second half of the 16th century, this area fell under the sovereignty of Poland and Sweden, which at that time dominated the Baltic Sea. While this resulted in the suppression of the Teutonic Order, local self-government remained in the hands of the four aristocratic corporations of Livonia, Estonia, Courland and Oesel.


Nazarite Lamp of Helena

Posted on March 28, 2016 by Royal Rosamond Press


I Am Kin To Robert E. Lee

Posted on April 19, 2019 by Royal Rosamond Press

Most of the evangelical voters are down South, in the Red States. I am calling for the resignation of the President of the United States for the good of our UNITED Nation!

John Presco

I Am Kin To Robert E. Lee

Posted on December 26, 2018by Royal Rosamond Press

Robert descends from the Lees of Hartwell House.

John Presco


The Stuttmeister Tomb in Berlin

Posted on March 6, 2012 by Royal Rosamond Press

A Seer told me in 1987: “You own your own creation – you died!”

What she meant, is, I beheld my conception by my parents, before I went to heaven and saw God.

My parents were playing cards in the sand, naked. I walked up to them as a child of three, looked down at the cards that were all face cards, and they were talking to me in foreign languages. They were my kindred, who were very distressed because they had been silenced in their lifetime. They were Evangelicals (father)and Huguenots (mother) They are buried next to one another in Berlin. Here lies the roses amongst the thorns. I part the veil,
and I behold the Lost Kingdom – and I give a command

“Arise from thy sleep, the true church of God!”

In this video we see the Stuttmeister tomb about 15 seconds into it. This name means ‘Master of the Horse’. Consider the pale horse and rider. Here the Templars and Teutonic Knights have come to rest.

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In Matthew 27:53 we read about Jesus raising Jews from the dead, then saying; “It is done!” He did not say, it is done, and then come the earthquake. These Jewish Saints did not rise on Sunday, but went into Jerusalem Friday night just before sundown. They imparted a restored and new covenant – a Gift for the Chosen Children of God. I believe these Saints were a lineage of Nazarites from Samson and Samuel.



TALLINN, Estonia — The United States will deploy additional infantry troops to the Baltic country of Estonia “in the coming weeks” to strengthen defenses on NATO’s eastern flank, Estonian defense officials said Thursday.

The deployment consists of a U.S. infantry company — a unit typically consisting of 80 to 250 soldiers, Estonia’s Defense Ministry said in a statement. That will be accompanied by the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, known as HIMARS, as well as associated command and control equipment and systems.

“This decision marks a significant enhancement of the U.S. rotational military presence in Estonia and the Baltic States, demonstrating the U.S.’ long-standing commitment to the security of our region and greatly enhancing NATO’s posture,” Estonian Defense Minister Hanno Pevkur said.

Last week, Russia’s neighbor Estonia said it would acquire the advanced HIMARS to boost its defense capabilities in the Baltic country’s largest arms procurement project ever, worth more than $200 million.

In a separate statement, the U.S. Embassy in Tallinn said that the American troops are part of NATO’s enhanced rotational troop deployments agreed at the military alliance’s Madrid summit earlier this year.


Estonia calls up reservists to participate in military drills

Story by Euronews • Monday

Estonia’s military conducted snap drills for reservists from territorial defence units on Friday.

Estonian military reservists attend a training in a countryside near Haapsalu, Estonia, Friday, Jan. 27, 2023

Estonian military reservists attend a training in a countryside near Haapsalu, Estonia, Friday, Jan. 27, 2023© AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin

More than 800 reservists and members of the paramilitary Estonian Defence League participated in the drills in Haapsalu.

The government stressed that this is an exercise and there is no immediate military threat to Estonia.

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Heinrich Reuss – Grand Master Teutonic Knights

Posted on March 25, 2019 by Royal Rosamond Press

I am kin to Heinrich Reuss.


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Hochmeister Heinrich Reuß von Plauen

 Heinrich Reuß von Plauen (died 2 January 1470) was the 32nd Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, serving from 1467 to 1470. He was the nephew of the previous Grand Master, Ludwig von Erlichshausen, and a distant relative to the 27th Grand Master, Heinrich von Plauen.  Reuß von Plauen came from the Reuss family from Plauen, Thuringia. Incidentally, the family named every male child Heinrich (Henry). Earlier, the brothers Heinrich Reuss von Plauen the Elder and Heinrich Reuss von Plauen the Younger had served in the Thirteen Years’ War.


Reuß von Plauen joined the Teutonic Order at a young age. He was first a brother in a monastery in Germany. Reuß von Plauen arrived in Prussia in the 1420s when he became the Vogt of Dirschau. In 1433 he became the Komtur of Balga and in 1440 the Vogt of Natangia. From 1441, Reuß von Plauen held the position of the Grand Hospitaller and the Komtur of Elbing (Elbląg). As the Grand Master’s nephew, his influence in the Order grew and he advanced quickly. He took control of the Order’s army during the Thirteen Years’ War and became famous for destroying the Polish army in the Battle of Konitz. After the Second Peace of Thorn in 1466, Reuß von Plauen became the Komtur of Preußisch Holland.


After the 1467 death of his uncle, Grand Master Ludwig von Erlichshausen, Reuß von Plauen assumed control over of the Teutonic Order without having been elected Grand Master. He settled in Mohrungen and waited for further moves of King Casimir IV Jagiellon of Poland, hesitating to call the meeting of the Order’s capitulum to elect him de jure. Pressured by Casimir, he finally called the capitulum in 1469 to Königsberg. This was just a formality as the decision was unanimous and Reuß von Plauen was declared the 32nd Grand Master of the Teutonic Order on 17 October 1469. Reuß von Plauen went to Piotrków Trybunalski to attend the sejm where he paid homage to Casimir IV. On his way back to Prussia he suffered a stroke and became paralyzed which made further travel impossible. Reuß von Plauen died in Mohrungen on 2 January 1470 and was buried in Königsberg Cathedral.

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House of Reuss




Lords of Reuss 1106-1206
Egbert I, (d.1122), Ancestor of the House of Reuss.

Reuss divided 1206:
Lords of Reuss- 1206-1532 ex.
Lords of Reuss-Gera 1206-1425 ex.
Lords of Reuss-Gera 1425-1479 ex.
Lords of Reuss-Lobenstein 1425-1547 ex.
Lords of Reuss-Plauen 1206-1303
Lords of Reuss-Plauen 1303-1569 ex.
Lords of Reuss-Greiz 1303

Reuss-Greiz divided 1564:
Lords of Reuss of Unter-Greiz 1564-1673
Counts of Reuss of Unter-Greiz 1673-1678
Counts of Reuss of Greiz 1678-1778
Princes of Reuss of Senior Line(Greiz) 1778-1927 ex.
Lords of Reuss of Ober-Greiz 1564-1616 ex.
Lords of Reuss- 1564-1647


Princes of Reuss of Senior Line(Greiz)

Reuss-Gera divided 1647:
Lords of Reuss-Gera 1647-1673
Counts of Reuss- 1673-1802 ex.
Lords of Reuss-Schleiz 1647-1673
Counts of Reuss-Schleiz 1673-1692
Lords of Reuss-Lobenstein 1647-1673
Counts of Reuss-Lobenstein 1673–1678

Reuss-Schleiz divided 1692:
Counts of Reuss-Schleiz 1692-1802
Counts of Reuss-Schleiz-Gera 1802-1806
Princes of Reuss-Schleiz-Gera 1806-1848
Princes of Reuss Junior Line 1848-present
Counts of Reuss-Schleiz-Köstriz 1692-1817
Princes of Reuss-Schleiz-Köstriz 1817-present

Princes of Reuss Junior Line

Princes of Reuss Junior Line

Reuss-Lobenstein divided 1678:
Counts of Reuss-Lobenstein 1673–1790
Princes of Reuss-Lobenstein 1790–1824 ex.
Counts of Reuss-Ebersdorf 1678–1806
Princes of Reuss-Ebersdorf 1806–24
Princes of Reuss-Lobenstein-Ebersdorf 1824–48 ex.


Princes of Reuss-Lobenstein

All of the male members of the House of Reuss are named Heinrich/ Henry plus a number. The first male child born in each century is named Heinrich/Henry I, the second Heinrich/Henry II and so on until the beginning of the new century when the numbering begins anew. This odd regulation was formulated as a Family Law in 1688, but the tradition of the uniformity of name was in practice as early as 1200. It was seen as a way of honouring the Emperor Henry VI who raised Henry the Rich (+1209) to the office of provost of the Cloister in Quedlinburg.

  • Heinrich Reuß von Plauen ‘the Elder’,(c.1370–1429), 27th Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights, from 1410-1413.
  • Heinrich Reuß von Plauen ‘the Younger’ (d. 1470), 32nd Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, from 1467-70.
  • Heinrich XIV, Prince Reuss of Junior Line(Schleiz) reigned 1867-1913 founded the Princely Honour Cross (Fürstlich Reussisches Ehrenkreuz) on May 24, 1869. When his son Fürst Heinrich XXVII was made regent of the Reuss Elder Line in 1902, the Honour Cross was extended to that state as well. Thus, from 1902 to 1913, Heinrich XIV awarded the Honour Cross as Fürst of the Reuss Younger Line while his son awarded it as regent in the name of Heinrich XXIV of the Reuss Elder Line. In 1913, with Heinrich XIV’s death, Heinrich XXVII awarded it for both houses (although in the case of the Reuss Elder Line, still in the name of Heinrich XXIV).

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Heinrich XIV, Prince Reuss of Junior Line

House of Reuss and Hidden Bohemian Seed

Posted on March 24, 2019 by Royal Rosamond Press

I am kin to……………

Princess Anni-Frid Synni of Reuss, Countess of Plauen (née Lyngstad;[a] born 15 November 1945), better known by her nickname Frida, is a NorwegianSwedish singer, songwriter, and environmentalist.[1] She is best known as one of the lead singers of the Swedish pop band ABBA.

I am also kin to…………Erdmunthe who helped her husband plan his trip to America in order to plant THE HIDDEN SEED of their Moravian Church!

The Lord of the vineyard has returned, and is snipping away at the parasitical weed that John Darby and his false church attached the Bohemian roots that Jan Huss planted!

I cast this Rapture Weed into the flames of Eternal Damnation – with much joy!

John Presco

Erdmuthe Dorothea of Reuss-Ebersdorf

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Erdmuthe Dorothea of Reuss-Ebersdorf
Erdmuthe Dorothea, Countess of Zinzendorf
Born7 November 1700
Died19 June 1756 (aged 55)
Noble familyHouse of Reuss
Spouse(s)Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf
FatherHeinrich X, Count of Reuss-Ebersdorf
MotherErdmuthe Benigna of Solms-Laubach

Erdmuthe Dorothea, Countess of Zinzendorf, née Countess of Reuss-Ebersdorf (7 November 1700 in Ebersdorf  – 19 June 1756 in Herrnhut) was a German Pietist and hymn writer.

Erdmuthe Dorothea von Reuss was born on 7 November 1700 in the village of Ebersdorf, in Thuringia.[1] She was the daughter of Count Henry X of Reuss-Ebersdorf and his wife, Erdmuthe Benigna of Solms-Laubach. She had a pietistic upbringing according to the principles Philip Jacob Spener.

In 1721, at the wedding of her brother, Henry XXIX, she met his friend Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf, who had originally wanted to marry Henry’s bride, Sophia Theodora of Castell-Remlingen (1703–1777). Exactly one year later, she married him. The marriage was described as combative, based on a mutual decision to strive for mutual goals, rather than convenience or love. They had twelve children, among them, Christian Renatus von Zinzendorf.

Erdmuthe, who had learned from her mother how to administer a county, took over the business of managing her husband’s possessions in Berthelsdorf and the newly founded settlement of Herrnhut. In the Moravian Church, she ran the orphanage, in addition to raising her own twelve children. After her husband’s first expulsion in 1732, he transferred his possessions to her. She toured several European countries together with her husband and during his eleven years of exile, she administered his assets and managed the Moravian Church.

In 1755 her husband returned from exile in London. They had grown apart during his exile, and lived separately after his return: he resided at his castle in Berthelsdorf; she lived in Herrnhut. After the death of her last son, Christian Renatus, her health began failing.




Magdalene Baronesse zu Schwarzenberg MP

Astheim, Unterfranken, Bayern, Germany (Deutschland)
Death:November 14, 1485 (59)
Immediate Family:Daughter of Erkinger I. von Seinsheim, Reichsfreiherr von Schwarzenberg and Barbara von Abensberg
Wife of Heinrich lX von Reuss
Mother of Margarethe Reuss von Plauen, F8)Heinrich Xl “der Ältere” Reuss von Plauen, Herr zu GreizAnna Reuss von Plauen, F9)Magdalene von Gleichen-BlankenhainHeinrich “Ritter” Teutonic Knight Reuss von Plauen, F3) and 4 othersHeinrich Reuss von Plauen, F5) Canon in MainzHeinrich Xll “der Mittlere” Reuss von Plauen, F4)Heinrich “Rektor” Reuss von Plauen, F2) Erfurt Universitet and Heinrich Xlll “Der Stille” Reuß von Plauen, F7) Vogt von Plauen Ultimo « less
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Counts of Plauen

One of the younger sub-lines of the branch which ruled the Reuss, J.L. until 1918, includes the “Counts of Plauen” from the late 19th century. When Prince Heinrich XXVI Reuss (1857-1913) married Countess Viktoria von Fürstenstein (1863-1949) in 1885, under the strict marriage rules then enforced by the Reuss dynasty, although he was but a younger son of a minor ruling family, their children were not allowed to bear the dynasty’s princely title. They were, instead, designated “Counts of Plauen“, although they remained in the line of succession to the two thrones of Reuss[1] The Fürstensteins lacked Uradel status: Viktoria’s paternal grandfather, Pierre Alexandre LeCamus 1774-1824, son of a French notary living in Martinique, rose to became foreign minister in Jerome Bonaparte‘s Kingdom of Westphalia, was ennobled there in 1807 and made a count of the French Empire in 1817)[verification needed].[2]

When the German Empire collapsed at the end of World War I, the reigning Prince Reuss lost his crown along with all the other monarchs whose realms were within Germany. In 1927, Henrich XXVI’s son, known as Count Heinrich Harry of Plauen (1890-1951), was adopted by his childless uncle, Prince Heinrich XXX (1864-1939), and the now-deposed dynasty agreed to accept him as “Prince Heinrich Harry Reuß”, along with those of his male-line descendants born of unions complying with the family’s 1902 rules that permitted marriages to countesses (Heinrich Harry’s wife, Huberta von Tiele-Winckler was only a baroness in her own right, but belonged to a family of comital rank in Prussia).[1] Their son Heinrich Enzio was thus accepted by the House of Reuss as a prince, but his own marriage to Baron Gustaf Peyron’s daughter in 1949 occurred before the Reuss family conference of 1957 which lowered the marital standard again,[1] allowing dynastic inter-marriage with baronial families.

Strictly, therefore, since 1996 the House of Reuss recognized Prince Heinrich Ruzzo Reuss by that title, but without official membership in the dynasty or entitlement to the traditional style of Serene Highness,[1] while in German law the title is allowed since 1919 only as part of the surname, thus “Heinrich Ruzzo Prinz Reuss”.

Prince Heinrich Ruzzo Reuss, Count of Plauen (GermanHeinrich Ruzzo, Prinz Reuß von Plauen; 24 May 1950 – 29 October 1999), known as Prince Ruzzo Reuss for short, was a Swiss-born Swedish landscape architect and, by tradition, a prince of the formerly sovereign House of Reuss.[1] His branch ruled the Principality of Reuss-Gera until 1918.[1] He was married to his second wife, former ABBA singer Anni-Frid Lyngstad until his death, who became Princess Reuss of Plauen following the marriage.


Born in 24 May 1950 in Lucerne, Heinrich Ruzzo was the son of Prince Heinrich Enzio Reuss-Plauen (1922–2000) and a Swedish mother, Louise Peyron (1918–1989), daughter of Baron Gustaf Peyron and Emma Kockum.[1] The Peyrons had immigrated to Sweden from France in 1740, been ennobled in Sweden in 1825, granted a barony in 1841 and were received into the Swedish House of Nobility the following year. Louise Peyron was an artist.


Princes of Reuss-Gera (1806–1918)[edit]

  • Heinrich I, Lord of Reuss-Schleiz 1666-1673, Count of Reuss-Schleiz 1673-1692 (1639-1692)
    • Heinrich XI, Count of Reuss-Schleiz 1692-1726 (1669-1726)
      • Heinrich I, Count of Reuss-Schleiz 1726-1744 (1695-1744)
      • Heinrich XII, Count of Reuss-Schleiz 1744-1784 (1716-1784)
    • Heinrich XXIV, Count of Reuss-Schleiz-Köstritz 1692-1748 (1681-1748) (de), all surviving dynasts descend from him

Monarchy abolished in 1918.

Heads of the House of Reuss[edit]

  • Heinrich XXVII, 1918-1928 (1858-1928), became “Prince Reuss” 1927 on death of last Prince of the Elder Line
    • Heinrich XLV, Prince Reuss 1928-1945/1962 (1895-1945/1962), missing 1945, declared dead 1962, headship passed to 7th cousin once removed (see below)
  • Heinrich XXIV, Count of Reuss-Köstritz 1692-1748 (1681-1748), from above
    • Heinrich IX, Count of Reuss-Köstritz middle line 1748-1780 (1711-1780), second surviving son
      • Prince Heinrich XLIV of Reuss-Köstritz (1753-1832)
        • Prince Heinrich LXIII of Reuss-Köstritz (1786-1841)
          • Heinrich IV, 4th Prince Reuss zu Schleiz-Köstritz 1878-1894 (1821-1894)
            • Heinrich XXIV, 5th Prince Reuss zu Schleiz-Köstritz 1894-1910 (1855-1910)
              • Heinrich XXXIX, 6th Prince Reuss zu Schleiz-Köstritz 1910-1945 (1891-1946), renounced title
                • Heinrich IV, 7th Prince Reuss zu Schleiz-Köstritz 1945-1962, Prince Reuss 1962–2012 (1919-2012)
                  • Heinrich XIV, Prince Reuss 2012-present (born 1955)
                    • (1) Heinrich XXIX, Hereditary Prince Reuss (born 1997)
                    • (2) Prince Heinrich V Reuss (born 2012)
                • Prince Heinrich VII Reuss (1927-2002)
                  • (3) Prince Heinrich XIX Reuss (born 1974)
                  • (4) Prince Heinrich XXI Reuss (born 1976)
          • Prince Heinrich XII (1829-1866)
            • Prince Heinrich XXVIII (1859-1924, renounced his titles 1908)
              • Prince Heinrich XXXIV (1887-1956)
                • Prince Heinrich I (1910-1982)
                  • (5)Prince Heinrich VIII (born 1944)
                    • (6) Prince Heinrich XX (born 1975)
                    • (7) Prince Heinrich XXIII (born 1979)
                  • (8) Prince Heinrich IX (born 1947)
                    • (9) Prince Heinrich XXVI (born 1988)
                  • (10) Prince Heinrich X (born 1948)
                    • (11) Prince Heinrich XXIV (born 1984)
                • Prince Heinrich III (1919-1993)
                  • (12) Prince Heinrich XII (born 1950)
                    • (13) Prince Heinrich XXI (born 1976)
                      • (14) Prince Heinrich III (born ca. 2010)
                      • (15) Prince Heinrich IV (born 2011)
                    • (16) Prince Heinrich XXV (born 1984)
                  • (17) Prince Heinrich XVII (born 1968)
                    • (18) Prince Heinrich II (born 2004)
        • Prince Heinrich LXXIV (1798-1886), third surviving son, descendants survive as Count of Plauen Line
    • Heinrich XXIII, Count of Reuss-Schleiz-Köstritz junior line 1748-1787 (1722-1787), third surviving son, dynasts survive in 2015

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Prussian Purchase and Adelsverein

Posted on August 22, 2021 by Royal Rosamond Press

The Prussians made an offer to purchase California. A week ago I talked about forming a new country with the States of California, Oregon, and Washington. We would be spared the divisive nation Trump created, that led to the total humiliation of our withdrawal from Afghanistan. Outgoing Presidents traditionally help the Incoming President – especially with important policies they implemented. Our enemies will write – our history this way.


There is a good chance my Stuttmeister and Janke kinfolk knew about the Adelsverein – and the Prussian offer. If I can prove this, then the history of Belmont California is FREED from the closed history it created, on many occasions. So called ‘Historians’ slammed the door in my face, to hide the fact the remains of Carl Janke and his wife, were dug up around midnight – and buried in another city. I believe the trees you see my kindred among, is in Belmont.

Ernest II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha – Wikipedia

I will highlight the history of the names you find at the end of this post, a day at a time. With my Puritan line to the House of Schwarzenberg of Bohemia, I highly suggest Britain, Germany, and the U.S. form a powerful alliance purged of the Neo-Confederate Evangelicals, who tend to be beer swilling degenerate racists, in love with their guns.

On May 5, 2021 I founded the Belmont School of Espionage. I am asking the backing of all nations who know who our enemies are and want to sound a warning. The New Adelsverein will concentrate on our foreign enemies, and never our domestic enemies.

John Presco


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 When Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels inspected the plantation in 1844, he recommended the Verein divest itself of the property, rather than be associated with slavery

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Prince Frederick William Louis of Prussia (GermanFriedrich Wilhelm Ludwig; 30 October 1794 – 27 July 1863) was a Prussian prince and military officer.



Born in Berlin, Frederick was the son of Prince Louis Charles of Prussia and Duchess Frederica of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, later Queen of Hanover, nephew of King Frederick William III of Prussia and stepson of Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover.

Princess Charlotte of Wales was interested in Frederick in 1814 and hoped to marry him. The pair met several times. However, the Prince suddenly got engaged to the daughter of Alexius Frederick Christian, Duke of Anhalt-BernburgPrincess Louise of Anhalt-Bernburg, whom he married on 21 November 1817 at Ballenstedt.[1] The couple had two sons:

Although both of their sons lived to advanced age, neither of them married or fathered any children.

Prince Frederick of Prussia (1794–1863) – Wikipedia

On 17 July 1806, Prince Frederick Augustus of Nassau-Usingen and his cousin Prince Frederick William of Nassau-Weilburg joined the Confederation of the Rhine. Prince Frederick Augustus, the senior member of the House of Nassau received the title of Sovereign Duke of Nassau, while Frederick William was granted the title of Sovereign Prince of Nassau. Under pressure from Napoleon I both counties merged to form the Duchy of Nassau on 30 August 1806, under the joint rule of Frederick Augustus and Frederick William. This decision was encouraged by the fact that Frederick Augustus had no male heirs and Frederick William was thus in line to inherit his principality anyway.

In 1815, at the Congress of Vienna, there was a further territorial expansion. When the Orange-Nassau line received the Dutch crown on 31 May, they had to surrender the Principality of Orange-Nassau to Prussia, which passed part of it to the Duchy of Nassau the next day.

Frederick William died from a fall on the stairs at Schloss Weilburg on 9 January 1816, and it was his son William who became the first sole Duke of Nassau after Frederick Augustus’ death on 24 March 1816.

Duchy of Nassau – Wikipedia


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchLogo of Verein zum Schutze Deutscher Einwanderer in Texas

The Mainzer Adelsverein at Biebrich am Rhein (Verein zum Schutze Deutscher Einwanderer in Texas, “Society for the Protection of German Immigrants in Texas”), better known as the Mainzer Adelsverein (German pronunciation: [ˈmaɪ̯nt͡sɐ ˈaːdəlsfɐˌʔaɪn], “Nobility Society of Mainz”), organized on April 20, 1842, was a colonial attempt to establish a new German settlement[1] within the borders of Texas.[2]



The Adelsverein was organized on April 20, 1842, by 21 German noblemen at Biebrich on the Rhine. They gathered at the castle of the German Duke of Nassau, the future Adolphe, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, who was named Protector of the Society.[3] In Germany, the society was referred to as Mainzer Adelsverein after the city of Mainz, where it was officially registered. The society represented a significant effort to establish a new Germany on Texas soil through organized mass emigration.[2] The land for the emigrants was to be purchased by the Adelsverein or secured through land grants from the Republic of Texas.[4]

On January 9, 1843, Count Ludwig Joseph von Boos-Waldeck bought the 4,428-acre Nassau Plantation in Fayette County, Texas, for $0.75 an acre and named it for the Duke of Nassau. Twenty-five slaves were bought to work the property,[5] which initially was considered as the primary base for arriving German immigrants.[3][6] When Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels inspected the plantation in 1844, he recommended the Verein divest itself of the property, rather than be associated with slavery.[5] Gustav Dresel, Special Business Agent for the Adelsverein, sold Nassau Plantation on July 28, 1848, to Otto von Roeder.[7] Von Roeder had been the first settler in Shelby, Texas, in 1841, a year before the Adelsverein was founded in Germany, and three years before the Adelsverein sent its first colonists to Texas. Von Roeder had emigrated to Texas from Westphalia in the 1830s and was not affiliated with the Adelsverein’s colonization efforts.[8] The community of Shelby had been named for David Shelby, one of the Old Three Hundred under Stephen F. Austin.[9] Shelby became the home of many Adelsverein colonists in 1845, but it was not founded by the organization. Because many of its German settlers spoke Latin, Shelby is believed to be part of the Latin Settlement communities populated in Texas at that time.[10]

Prince Carl was appointed commissioner general by the Adelsverein in May 1844 to lead its colony in Texas. Each head of household was required to deposit 600 gulden (300 gulden for a single person) with the Adelsverein to cover transportation and housing at the colony and as credit to draw upon until they made their first harvest.[4] The first Adelsverein-sponsored immigrants arrived in Galveston in July 1844. They traveled from Galveston to Indianola in December 1844, then moved inland to land grants acquired by the Adelsverein near Comal Springs. Prince Solms named the first colony New Braunfels in honor of his homeland.

Henry Francis Fisher and Burchard Miller sold their 1842 land grant to the Adelsverein on June 22, 1844. This grant was intended to provide for more settlements in Texas.[2]Main article: Fisher–Miller Land GrantMain article: History of Fredericksburg, Texas

After Prince Solms returned to Germany, John O. Meusebach was appointed the second commissioner general of the Adelsverein in April 1845. He founded the first settlement on the outskirts of the land grant, and named it Fredericksburg, in honor of Adelsverein member Prince Frederick of Prussia. The land grant was located in Comanche territory, and to colonize, Meusebach first negotiated a treaty between the German Immigration Company (Adelsverein) and the Penateka Comanche.Main article: Meusebach–Comanche Treaty

A separate agreement was made with the Darmstadt Forty, to settle socialist colonies within the land grant.

In 1853, due to a large amount of debt, Adelsverein ended its colonization campaign in Texas.[11]

Darmstadt Society of Forty[edit]

Further information: List of Darmstadt Society of Forty

Count Castell[12] negotiated with the separate Darmstadt Society of Forty to colonize 200 families on the Fisher–Miller Land Grant territory in Texas. In return, they were to receive $12,000 in money, livestock, equipment, and provisions for a year. After the first year, the colonies were expected to support themselves.[13] The colonies attempted were Castell,[14] Leiningen, Bettina,[15] Schoenburg and Meerholz in Llano County; Darmstädler Farm in Comal County; and Tusculum in Kendall County.[16] Of these, only Castell survives. The colonies failed after the Adelsverein funding expired, and also due to conflict of structure and authorities. Some members moved to other Adelsverein settlements in Texas. Others moved elsewhere, or returned to Germany.

Texas settlements[edit]

Fisher–Miller Land Grant colonies[edit]



Founding members[edit]



The German Rose of California

Posted on September 24, 2016 by Royal Rosamond Press

appol86 appol90appol68 appol81 appol83 appol85Ursuala von der Leyen lived in California from 1992 to 1996. She born five children in the Golden State, including twins, Victoria and Johanna. She went to Standford which is about six miles from Belmont where my German ancestors lived. These five children are Citizens of the United States of America. This fulfills the prophecies I have made in this blog that have got me titled “insane” by my own daughter.

The von der Leyen family is said to have held the name de Petra, meaning “The Rock”, but this is a princely branch named after the castle that is a citidal atop a rock, that looks like Skellig Michael. Rosie’s ancestors owned three castles. They were silk and cotton manufacturers like the Rosamond family.

Rosie and her husband – are the European Union that came to dwell in the land I was born, and the State my kindred Jessie and John Fremont, wrested away for the Habsburgs. I will be composing a paper to Rosie informing her of our rich German heritage in the Bay Area.

When I found the Stuttmeister tomb in Colma near Standford, I put a coin with the image of an angel insides William’s resting place with the image of an angel upon it.

“The Iron Cross is its official emblem. It is a symbol that has a long association with the military of Germany. The Schwarzes Kreuz is derived from the black cross insignia of the medieval Teutonic knights; since 1813 the symbol has been used to denote a military decoration for all ranks.”

The Stuttmeisters fled to Chile with other Prussian Forty-Eighters. We taught the Chilean Army how to march. I hereby found the California branch of the Teutonic Knights in order to fight the Dark Force.

Jon Presco

n 1977 she became a student of economics at the University of Göttingen, soon moving to Münster and then the London School of Economics. While studying in London in 1978, she used the pseudonym “Rose Ladson”, because she was seen as a potential target for West German left-wing terrorism.[11] “Röschen” (“Rosie”) has been her nickname since childhood.[12] In 1980, she switched to studying medicine and subsequently enrolled at the Hanover Medical School, where she graduated in 1987 after seven years.[13]

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