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A quick visit to Princess Fränzi-Ferdinanda des Vinandy

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Princess Fränzi-Ferdinanda des Vinandy, niece of Emperor Harald, posing before a truck near a refugee camp in Gascony.

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What is Princess Fränzi-Ferdinanda des Vinandy's religion?

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Well, at least your outfit will boost the morale of male staff in the refugee camp, won't it? ;)

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No Darling, I would never betray my love for you. :wub:

 

Aw. :)

 

I have such a great wife-to-be. :hearts-color:

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Could you tell me a bit about this religion?

 

It's a belief based on Cato, the great God and Prophet. Originally it's spread through the Dutch sector by Hieronymus Erasmus, widely seen as the current prophet, but through time the different churches got divided. The different churches have there own traditions and even their own Gods. It's becoming too divided, so now we're holding a church meeting between the Batavian Church and Church of Flanders.

 

The Batavian Church is mostly based on saints (like Jeanne d'Arc, but we gave her a fictional and micronational background) and making stories with explanations about several fictional historic events (again: it helps in develloping the culture). We love parties and even use the catholic structure, but we have more then one God.

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The Batavian Church is mostly based on saints (like Jeanne d'Arc, but we gave her a fictional and micronational background) and making stories with explanations about several fictional historic events (again: it helps in develloping the culture). We love parties and even use the catholic structure, but we have more then one God.

 

What is/are the most important gods of the Batavian Church?

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What is/are the most important gods of the Batavian Church?

 

Cato is seen as the most important God by Catologs. But through the ages, his power in Batavia faded away and het was replaced by the God Weckgut (God of the Seasons) and his family.

The Batavian Church is divided in three houses: the House of the Ancient Gods, the House of the Demi-Gods and the House of the other Gods (who often are coming from another ancient religion, they help the Ancient and Demi-Gods in their task).

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The Batavian Church is divided in three houses: the House of the Ancient Gods, the House of the Demi-Gods and the House of the other Gods (who often are coming from another ancient religion, they help the Ancient and Demi-Gods in their task).

 

What is in the Batavian religion the difference between the Ancient Gods and the Demi-Gods?

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What is in the Batavian religion the difference between the Ancient Gods and the Demi-Gods?

 

The demi-Gods are in fact symbols who have been personalised and got the power of the Gods. Justitia, symbol of justice, for example became a demi-goddess.

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+++ shnipp

Justitia, symbol of justice, for example became a demi-goddess.

+++ schnapp

 

The souvenirs come back from my childhood- when I was the subject of a correction, it was always with a leader belt and his slogan “Gott Mit Uns” on the buckle.

 

Nota.

Gott Mit Uns is a German phrase that means "God with us" and has been used by the German Empire from the 17th century until the end of the Third Reich.

 

 

 

 

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Gott Mit Uns is a German phrase that means "God with us" and has been used by the German Empire from the 17th century until the end of the Third Reich.

 

Do you know why the Federal Republic of Germany doesn't use that phrase?

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After 1945 the Wehrmacht’s traditions got the label „prohibit“, like the Stahlhelm (Iron helmet), Eiserne Kreuz (Iron cross), Camouflage battle dress ……, the German „denazification politic“ opted for the slogan “Einigkeit - Recht und Freiheit” and the Bundeswehr, in his first years, was a lousy copy of the US army.

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After 1945 the Wehrmacht’s traditions got the label „prohibit“, like the Stahlhelm (Iron helmet), Eiserne Kreuz (Iron cross), Camouflage battle dress ……, the German „denazification politic“ opted for the slogan “Einigkeit - Recht und Freiheit” and the Bundeswehr, in his first years, was a lousy copy of the US army.

 

Have any of those traditions later been re-instated?

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Have any of those traditions later been re-instated?

 

Yes some items came back like

 

- the shape of the Iron helmet (via the US Army)

- the camouflage battle dress

- Weapons made in Germany

- the Navy got their initial uniform,

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