Revealed: Season 3, Episode 9

Nazi Temple of Doom (30 Aug. 2012)

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Revealed examines the case of the Chiemsee Cauldron a large gold cauldron found at the bottom of a German lake. It appearance suggests an ancient artifact, but closer investigation reveals ... See full summary »

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Axel Effner ...
Himself - Local Journalist
Andrew Gough ...
Himself - Journalist
Kai Schmidt ...
Himself - Dealer in Celtic Art
Peter Northover ...
Himself - Metallurgist, University of Oxford (as Dr. Peter Northover)
Adrian Weale ...
Himself - Military Historian & Author
Peter Longerich ...
Himself - Author, Heinrich Himmler: A Life (as Prof. Peter Longerich)
Chris Going ...
Himself - Military Historian & Archaeologist
Maximilian Heiden ...
Himself - Managing Director, Heiden Goldsmiths & Jewellers
Kristen John-Stucke ...
Herself - Director, Kreismuseum Wewelsburg
Agnes Butner ...
Herself - Wewelsburg Resident
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Revealed examines the case of the Chiemsee Cauldron a large gold cauldron found at the bottom of a German lake. It appearance suggests an ancient artifact, but closer investigation reveals it to be a modern relic that may have links to a secret Nazi SS cult. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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Mildly Interesting
3 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Chiemsee Cauldron is a gold cauldron found at the bottom of Lake Chiemsee in Bavaria in 2001. The cauldron is ornamented with figures reminiscent of the style of the Gundestrup cauldron. It has a diameter of 50 cm and a height of 30 cm, and is made from 23.15 pounds of 18 carat gold. Where did it come from?

This brief examination does a pretty good job tracking down the origins of the cauldron, connecting it to personal papers owned by Himmler, and then drawing on the bigger picture of Nazi obsession with the occult and pagan religion. (Or at least Himmler's obsession. I am not sure how widespread such beliefs really were.)


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