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Germanische Heilkunde THING 1 - Oct 5th, 2021

Russell Means (Oyate Wacinyapin, translates to “Works for the People”) not only tells the US-Americans that there is nothing different happening to them, than what happend to the Native Americans - but he has a message for ALL of us: "Welcome to the reservation"! 
We can understand this statement globally. It is about becoming free people, free peoples again - worldwide!

Germanische Heilkunde has always been the Heilkunde 2 of freedom!

Dr. med. Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer

Germanische Heilkunde® (fmr. Germanic New Medicine®) is highly political and is the way to liberation, to sovereignty. Germanische Heilkunde® also frees us from the fear of supposedly evil diseases and supposedly evil microbes (viruses do not exist anyway). If this knowledge were not suppressed since 1981, the medical fascism that has grown to apparent perfection worldwide would never have been possible!
Thanks to this Cosmic Knowledge (the Spanish say: "La medicina sagrada") you can free yourself and recognize again your own power, which is necessary in order to regain freedom.

It is important for our life, and our survival as a human species, to have a comprehensive knowledge of Germanische Heilkunde®.

Russell Means (1939-2012) was an important Native American (Lakota), political activist, actor, musician, and writer. He became worldwide known by the occupation of Wounded Knee. Beginning an acting career in 1992, he appeared on numerous television series and in several films, including "The Last of the Mohicans and Pocahontas.

'Indian policy' has now been brought down upon the American people, and the American people are the new Indians of the 21st Century.
Russell Means

Thanks to INSPIRED for these beautiful videos.

1 - THING: The word appears in Old Norse, Old English, and modern Icelandic as þing, in Middle English (as in modern English), Old Saxon, Old Dutch, and Old Frisian as thing, in German and Dutch as Ding and ding respectively, and in modern Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Faroese, Gutnish, and Norn as ting, all from a reconstructed Proto-Germanic neuter *þingą; the word is the same as the more common English word thing, both having at their core the basic meaning of "an assemblage, a coming together of parts"—in the one case, an "assembly" or "meeting", in the other, an "entity", "object", or "thing". The meeting-place of a thing was called a "thingstead" (Old English þingstede) or "thingstow" (Old English þingstōw) and was often on a somewhat higher place or under a tree.

2 - Please read about HEILKUNDE under "Why Germanische Heilkunde". We keep the term GERMANISCHE HEILKUNDE in ALL languages.