The 9 Greatest Climaxes in the World of Music


“Since Mozart’s day composers have learned the art of making music throatily and palpitatingly sexual.”

– Huxley

Here’s my list of the nine greatest climaxes in Music. I’ve listed them in order of the more gentle and civilised towards the most brutal, animal, gut-curdling.

1. Mozart, Symphony 40, Movement 4

This is the most delicate yet effective ending ever. It summarises and the same time resolves the pain of the foregoing movements, making the heart melt into tears. Sweet Mozart! How much we love you!

2. Beethoven, Symphony 6, Movement 4

Symphony 6 has been described – I don’t remember by who – as defining the relationship between man and nature. The “redeeming” theme at the end completes that definition; it is parallel to what a man feels when in harmony with nature – while also serving as a climax to the Master-Composition.

3. Beethoven, Symphony 5, First Movement

Need we say anything about this? It evokes pity, sadness, will, courage, beauty, wonder, and misery – all at the same time.

4. Brahms, Piano Concerto 2, Movement 1

The finale takes us into a deep cave where God resides – into the sanctum sanctorum, as it were. We emerge from the cave not re-energised, but angered.

5. Beethoven, Symphony 9, Movement 1

The utter thumping theme of “I’ll be back” – not in the Schwarzenegger sense – is so powerful, the strongest of minds is overwhelmed.

6. Beethoven, Symphony 5, Movement 4

This is the greatest of the non-brutal endings, where fate and free-will come together such that the Man masters Life.

7. Brahms, Symphony 4, Movement 1

Chills to through the flesh to the bones. It is too powerful for many humans to digest. It is surreal, unreal, ethereal. It kills. It absolutely kills anything in its path. It kills whatever is not in its path, too. But Brahms is a liar, unlike Herr Mozart or Herr Beethoven.

8. Dvorak, Symphony 9, Movement 1

This is my favourite. It is too animal to speak of; the enemy is not only butchered, he is stamped upon, his bones broken and buried. And then the ground where this happened is extinguished by forces that join the original with the final: “Laßt dem Anfang mit dem Ende”!!

9. Der Herr Ludwig van Beethoven, die Appassionata, dritter Satz

…And finally the third movement of the Appassionata. The Spirit wakes from its sleep; it realises what has been going on during its deep Sleep. It rises, it resolves, it begins to fight, defeat, kill. It kills; it defeats. And it goes on as though nothing had happened; and then it re-realises the sheer insult of the Sleep; and it kills again. And to ensure that nothing that it has stamped upon the Ground re-emerges, it makes its statement to God that the Enemy has been defeated; and God extends it Powers to the Infinite – wherein the Enemy cannot bear the thought of re-emerging. It is not Victory, but God and the Will that reign. Nachdem der Totaler Krieg ist es vollgebracht.

India and Deutschland

Might I declare, in my egotism, that no-one has ever breached the Topic of the deep Similarities between India and Deutschland?

1. “India” is a Land with about 25 States. Each is different. Language, Culture, Food. The Concept of Union is important. Deutschland was never a “Land.” The Concept of Union is important.

2. India has Neighbours almost identical, culturally and language-wise: Nepal, Burma, Pakistan, Bangladesh. So does the German Nation: Schweiz, Österreich (the Land to the East), Belgien.

3. Culturally, the Wisdom of the East went to Europa from India to Deutschland. Schopenhauer received the Upanishads; they went by way of Arabia to Deutschland.

4. “India” == indigenous == “native.” “Deutsch” also means “normal, native.” For English speakers, in other words [literally]: “Deutschland” is the “normal” Place: The place of our Forefathers.

5.The Languages are the same. Yes, they are the same — in different versions. What does “Indo-European” mean? The major Language Family in the World? We need Clarity:

After Schilling, who in Deutschland first discovered Sanskrit, the Language Family was called “IndoGermanisch.” Political Pressure from the Merchant Class, the English (who else?) changed the term to “Indo-European.” This term is absolutely incorrect, because — where is Gaelic then? Indogerman or Indo-European?!

6. The Wisdom of the East is now the Wisdom of the West. As in #3 above, it went from India to Deutschland.

7. The national anthems of important Nations speak about Conquests. Only the anthems of India and Deutschland speak about the Land.

8. Deutschland is the “Land der Treue.” No other Nation speaks about Truth in their Countries’ Names. India — Bharat in Sanskrit — refers to the Goddess of Knowledge. (The word “India” comes from the Name of the Indus valley and river; the non-English name of the Country is Bharat.)

9. The Tuetons considered God as singing Songs and playing Musical instruments; in India, we say “only music is life.” [Sangeetame Pranamu, in Sanskrit.]

Deutschland erwache! Du Land der Treue! Heil Indien! Heil Deutschland, Heil Bharat! Sieg Heil!!

What is a Nazi?

What is a Nazi? A Nazi is, ideologically, not the Equivalent of a violent Mal-doer; he is, ideologically, neither politically nor ideologically aligned (if the Misalignment of Terms may be pardoned).

Some of the greatest Providers of Upliftment to Humanity have been Nazis.

A Nazi is one who does H(e)I(l). I must phrase it in that way because, in the free Lands of the United States and Canada, he who does that must be thrown into Prison — and I, while not resident in those totally free Lands, am Subject to the Laws of the Land where mein Website resides.

Nazism is, I say, the following:


  1. A heightened Awareness in regards to a higher purpose. For the Volk, for the Self, for the Soul.
  2. A Willingness to submit to the higher force.
  3. A Willingness to work hard.
  4. A Realisation of the Misery of Life, und therefore the Foregoing.
  5. A vision of the Beauty of Musik, and the appropriate Application of it thereof.
  6. The Idea that Man is not meant to eat Beasts; that He is above.


Und ja:


  1. The idea that the Underpeople must be killed. Sechs Millionen starben NICHT. Sehr viel Menschen für lang gearbeitet wurden. Jawohl. Auschwitz? Hier!


Why do the numbers for Auschwitz-Birkenau keep changing?

 “The number of deaths at Auschwitz has changed drastically over the past 75 years. The Nazis were famous for keeping detailed records, so why are the number of deaths at Auschwitz an estimate that keeps changing?”


Erster: “Vier Millionen”


Zweiter: “1,5 Millionen”

For ever let this place be a cry of despair and a warning to humanity, where the nazis murdered about one and a half million men, women and children”



Mr Yehuda Bauer’s page lists six million: Notice the name. Yehuda Bauer. Yehuda?




Danke, Herr Rense:


Neun Millionen: French documentary “Night and Fog”


Acht Millionen: The French War Crime Research Office

Sieben Millionen: The French War Crime Research Office

Sechs Millionen: Doktor “Miklos Nyiszli” war nimmer in Auschwitz

Fünf Millionen: Auf Gericht von Rudolf Höß. Er hier sprach’ Englisch, wie nimmer vor.



Und also:


4,5 Millionen: In 1945, cited by another witness at the Höß trial: Vier Millionen: A Soviet document of May 6, 1945 and officially acknowledged by the Nuremberg War Crimes trial. This figure was also reported in The New York Times on April 18, 1945, although 50 years later on January 26, 1995. The New York Times and The Washington Post slashed the figure to 1,500,000 citing new findings by the Auschwitz Museum officials. In fact, the figure of 4,000,000 was later repudiated by the Auschwitz museum officials in 1990 but the figure of 1,500,000 victims was not formally announced by Polish President Lech Walesa until five years after the Auschwitz historians had first announced their discovery.

3,5 Millionen: 1991 edition of the Dictionary of the French Language and by Claude Lanzmann in 1980 in his introduction to Filip Muller’s book, Three Years in an Auschwitz Gas Chamber.


Drei Millionen: Cited in a forced confession by Rudolf Höss, the Auschwitz commander who said this was the number of those who had died at Auschwitz prior to Dec. 1, 1943. Later cited in the June 7, 1993 issue of Heritage, the most widely read Jewish newspaper in California, even though three years previously the authorities at the Auschwitz museum had scaled down the figure.

2,5 Millionen: Rudolf Vrba (an author of various fraudulent accounts of events he claims to have witnessed at Auschwitz) when he testified on July 16, 1981 for the Israeli government’s war crimes trial of Adolf Eichmann.

Zwei Millionen: Leon Poliakov (1951) writing in Harvest of Hate; Georges Wellers, in 1973 in The Yellow Star at the Time of Vichy; and Lucy Dawidowicz, in 1975 in The War Against the Jews.



Und dann…

Ein Million


Jean-Claude Pressac, in his 1989 book Auschwitz: Technique and Operation of the Gas Chambers. This is interesting since he wrote his book to repudiate so-called “Holocaust deniers.”


Un nun — weniger als ein Million: 900,000

Reported on August 3, 1990 11, by Aufbau, a Jewish newspaper in New York

Auch weniger:

Reported by Gerald Reitlinger in his book, The Final Solution. 775,000 to 800,000

Und auch weniger:


630,000 to 710,000: In 1994 Pressac scaled his figure down; this is the figure cited in the German translation of Pressac’s 1993 book. Again, this is substantially less than Pressac’s 1989 figure of 1,000,000.

Unten auf Null

135,000 to 140,000: This is an estimate based on documents held by the International Tracing Service of the Red Cross.


Aber dann das Musik:


Every great conductor was a Nazi. (See above.)


Wer war ich?

Was tun Sie, was tut Herr Brahms?

Was haben wir… was haben wir getan…was haben wir, was haben wir, was…

Was machen wir arbeiten zur?




Exhibit 1: Der Nazi Herbert von Karajan. The masterest-conductor of all time, he has created the greatest Beethoven-Music of all time.


Exhibit 2 :Der Nazi Karl Böhm. Aber doch Karl August Leopold Böhm. The second-masterest conductor of all time, he has created the greatest Mozart-Music of all time. From Wikipedia: In November 1923 Böhm stopped a rehearsal in the Munich opera house in order to watch Adolf Hitler‘s Beer Hall Putsch. In 1930, he became angry when his wife was accused by Nazi brownshirts of being Jewish during the premiere of Arnold Schoenberg‘s opera Von heute auf morgen and to have stated that he would “tell Hitler about this.” When Hitler annexed Austria, he gave the Hitler salute during a concert with the Vienna Philharmonic.


Exhibit 3: Carlos Kleiber.” His Name is actually Karl Ludwig Bonifacius Kleiber. He had to change his name because of his migration to Argentina, so he was [as I infer] a Nazi.


In all the above, the common idea is paraphrased by the idea of the Symphonie-Prozess:


  1. The Master composes for the Masses.
  2. The Conductor understands what the Master has written.
  3. The Conductor then tells the Masses what each one should do.
  4. The Masses perform while the Conductor watches.
  5. If required, the Conductor — before the Performance — tells a Man what to do and what not to do.


Such is the Plan of God — One above the other, all the way down to the Untermenschen — and such is the Scheme of Nazis.


S e I g H e I l.! ! ! ! !


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