King Robert the Bruce Descendant was King Rupert of Bavaria, True King of England, 1919


Everything makes sense when considering Prince Rupert of Bavaria. I recognize his face. I understand why he’s been left out of the textbooks. I understand why his surviving family is targeted. You’ve seen him here already several times, and he’s my favorite person in history, and I actually think he’s my spirit guide on another dimensional channel. Now I’ve stumbled upon his face again under the name Hapsburg, a very censored subject full of disinformation.

Prince Rupert inherited the title of King of Scotland and England in 1919, before he inherited his Bavarian titles. It appears that two world wars were fought over this fact. This explains how the British have come to be ruled by their worst enemies, why Hapsburgs are a subject full of disinformation, why their identities are being stolen and why there was so much known cooperation between Hitler and usurper British Royals at the time. This is how England ended up with such traitorous leadership. This is why the factions who make war are never identified correctly today. The legal side can only win through truth, the criminal side can only win through lies.

King Rupert is the man I call Dr. Karl Jung, but that’s just his identity as a Doctor of Psychiatry. I see that subsequent generations of his family developed the movie industry. I believe that this could be the Dr. Walet who built the house and owned the property where I grew up in Loreauville. This property is what Caro (Brigitte Macron) and Robin (fat movie star) wanted in their roles as Wicked Stepmother and Fat Ugly Hateful Whore Stepsister.

Imagine if Dr. Karl Jung had actually been King of England instead of the lunatic phonies that we endure. Consider that the prohibition against Catholics in so-called democratic government is at the root of the present territorial invasions and general misery all over the world. Consider what might have been in that trunk stolen from my father on Walet property that would give credence to what I’m researching.


Hapsburg refers to an important Swiss castle of the family of King Robert Bruce of Scotland. Their existence in Switzerland was due to marriage alliances. This is why Swiss Guards are stationed in England to guard the palace.

I speak as a member of this allegedly “extinct” family. It was never my intention to research Hapsburgs or Royalty, but here we are.

Robert is also spelled Rupert or Ruprecht, in case you want to research this person under that identity, but he has other much more interesting identities. You can also look for his face in movies and old news reels. I’ve been seeing him ever since I began my research into movie history and he’s been focused on here several times already.

His photograph and accomplishments as a geophysicist are on this link to the Institute of Geophysics:


http://www.ifg.tu-clausthal.de/institutgeschichte/

What’s interesting about the history of the Institute for Geophysics is that it dovetails precisely into what is called “Nazi” technology, and what Sully Berard, Sr. (looks like Albert Speer) was developing. This was Hapsburg technology that Nazis confiscated through violence. The scientists were forced to take an oath to the Nazi Party or else die. Hitler killed many, many German Generals, and the takeover was done swiftly, just when trust was high.

There’s a wiki page titled:

Vow of allegiance of the Professors of the German Universities and High-Schools to Adolf Hitler and the National Socialistic State

Coincidentally, mentioned in the Geophysics Institute History is a Professor Julius Speer, who was researching marine seismic technology which is precisely what Sully Berard, Sr. was developing with Berard Boats. This technology ended up with the Fugro and Fugro-Chance companies. (Ref: Sec. of State Mike Pompeio) How that happened is the question on my mind. This company originated in the New Iberia area.

Either Sully Berard Sr. was a spy double agent, continuing to funnel technology to Nazis, or else he was a mind control victim. Maybe he was both. I know that he had a genius mind, very methodical and focused. He did not like children around. I was one that on occasion was allowed to watch him work, probably because I was so quiet. I was happy to earn his respect, but I’m certain that false memories were planted in his head to make him resentful toward my grandmother, his wife. This is typical of the divide and conquer mind control that I’ve witnessed. Sometimes a simple lie repeated often is enough to control another person’s mind. This is done now through mass media on an international scale.

Here’s the partial translation from German to English using Google translate, and it’s continued at the end of the article:

Institute for Geophysics
History

The “Geophysical Department” of the Physics Institute (1927-1953)

At the beginning of the twenties a rapid development of geophysical exploration methods for the exploration of usable deposits could be observed (worldwide); Corresponding industrial companies were founded, including “ERDA Göttingen”, “Piepmeyer Kassel”, “Seismos Hannover”. The Bergakademie reacted to this development by including geophysical exploration methods in its curriculum:

1927 lectureship for measuring methods of applied geophysics at Dr. Martin Rössiger, assistant at the Physics Institute (habilitation 1928, appointment as associate professor 1935).
1934 Conversion of the teaching position into a full-time lecturer.
1937 Dr. Heinrich Jung (assistant at the Geophysical Institute of the University of Göttingen).
1938 “Applied Geophysics” as an examination subject in the main examination for miners and mine separators.
1941 Heinrich Jung is appointed associate professor.
until 1945 Several times convening of Prof. Dr. Heinrich Jung for army service; he fell in the last days of the war in the Lauenburg area.
Nov. 1945 Prof. Dr. Karl Jung (twin brother of Heinrich Jung), professor of geophysics at the University of Strasbourg from 1941 until the end of the war.
from 1946 assumption of lectures in physics, mathematics and mechanics by Prof. Dr. Karl Jung during the multiple and long-term vacancies of the responsible chairs in the early years of the Bergakademie until 1952.
The “Geophysical Department” within the framework of the Physics Institute was conceived as a “feeder” for the needs of geophysics for miners, mine workers, etc. So it was not a full training for geophysicists. Karl Jung conceived this already before 1950: “Since several training centers for geophysicists were lost as a result of the outcome of the war, it made sense to enable a full course in geophysics in Clausthal, which is completed with the examination to become a qualified geophysicist ‘Gang’ “(1)

Prof. Dr. Karl Jung (1953 to 1957)
1953 Karl Jung is appointed director and a.o. Professor of the newly created Geophysical Institute of the Clausthal Mining Academy.
1954 Karl Jung is appointed full professor of geophysics.
The extremely fruitful work of Karl Jung ended with his transfer to the University of Kiel in 1957 (2). Prof. Dr. Karl Jung (1953 to 1957)
Karl Jung, founder and 1st director of the Institute for Geophysics.


Prof. Dr. Heinz Menzel (1957 to 1964)
Fields of work: seismology and applied seismics.

1957 Appointment as a.o. Professor on November 1st, 1957.


1961 Appointment as full professor for geophysics on February 1st, 1961. Expansion of the geophysics teaching and research program, intensive activity within the framework of the German Geophysical Society, the Research College of Earth Physics and the priority programs of the German Research Foundation. Special effort for the construction of marine seismic devices and their testing in the Upper Harz ponds as preparatory work for the later transition to the University of Hamburg in 1964.


1964 Appointment as full professor at the Institute for Physics of the Earth’s Body at the University of Hamburg onMay 12, 1964.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Otto Rosenbach (full professor from 1965 to 1980)

Fields of work: Experimental and theoretical seismics, seismological observatory, gravimetry, geoelectrics, earth tides, borehole pendulum.

1965 Appointment as full professor of geophysics on May 6, 1965…
1965 Founding member of the Research College Physics of the Earth, entry in the Bonn Register of Associations on June 3rd, 1965.

1967 Presentation of the memorandum “Physics of the Earth’s Body” (3) by President Prof. Dr. Julius Speer of the German Research Foundation on the occasion of the 28th Annual Meeting of the German Geophysical Society in Clausthal-Zellerfeld on May 17th, 1967.


(Memorandum written on behalf of the DFG by Prof. Dr.-Ing.Otto Rosenbach, Geophysics Clausthal; Prof. Dr. Klaus Strobach, Meteorology and Geophysics FU Berlin; Dipl.-Ing. Waldemar Heitz, DFG Bad Godesberg.)

1967 Award of an honorary doctorate to Prof. Dr. Karl Jung by the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Humanities of the TU Clausthal “in recognition of his fundamental work for the development of the physics of the earth’s body and his significant services to the local university in the period of reconstruction after the last war” on the occasion of the 28th annual conference of German Geophysical Society in Clausthal-Zellerfeld on May 17th, 1967.

1965 Appointment as full professor of geophysics on May 6, 1965. During the appointment negotiations, a new building for the institute was promised; Repetition of this promise in 1968 in the context of negotiationsi to stay due to a call for a newly created professorial office for geophysics at the Vienna University of Technology.
1965 Founding member of the Research College Physics of the Earth, entry in the Bonn Register of Associations on June 3rd, 1965.
1967 Presentation of the memorandum “Physics of the Earth’s Body” (3) by President Prof. Dr. Julius Speer of the German Research Foundation on the occasion of the 28th Annual Meeting of the German Geophysical Society in Clausthal-Zellerfeld on May 17th, 1967.
(Memorandum written on behalf of the DFG by Prof. Dr.-Ing.Otto Rosenbach, Geophysics Clausthal; Prof. Dr. Klaus Strobach, Meteorology and Geophysics FU Berlin; Dipl.-Ing.Waldemar Heitz, DFG Bad Godesberg.)
1967 Award of an honorary doctorate to Prof. Dr. Karl Jung by the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Humanities of the TU Clausthal “in recognition of his fundamental work for the development of the physics of the earth’s body and his significant services to the local university in the period of reconstruction after the last war” on the occasion of the 28th annual conference of German Geophysical Society in Clausthal-Zellerfeld on May 17th, 1967.

Dr. Karl Jung’s photograph as a very young man is on the Geophysics Institute’s website link:


This Getty Images photo says that he died in 1961.

Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875 ? 1961), the founder of analytical psychology, 1960. (Photo by Douglas Glass/Paul Popper/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

You’ve seen him before if you’ve been a good home-school student and followed my links.

Of course King Rupert of Bavaria had a string of names that need to be verified. Also, it’s important to note that he inherited the British Scottish title of King Robert in 1919, and the Bavarian title in 1921. The actual meaning of this needs to be looked at closely, but these are legal titles, I’m just not sure to what exactly.

Ruprecht of Bavaria being the rightful heir to England and Scotland, is a very important aspect of World War I and II that we have not been told. This is especially relevant if his family moved to Loreauville and continued a leadership role incognito, which it appears that they did, calling themselves Wallet locally. This also explains the WWII spy connections and all the secrecy in general. Why were they incognito?

This is the information I was able to dig up quickly, some of it from anonymous sources, but it’s what makes sense judging by the evidence.

Crown Prince Rupert of Bavaria was “an avowed enemy” of Adolph Hitler.

One blogger says that after Hitler was elected to power, King Ruprecht went to “Italy” to prevent being arrested by Hitler’s SS. “In 1944, the Nazis tried to arrest Rupprecht, but he managed to avoid them”, and we are told that the rest of his family were put in concentration camps. I suspect that some of his family, certainly his colleagues were forced to pledge allegiance to Hitler, to continue their work in industry. This was a clear path to scientists having the ability to arrange for saboteurs to explode everything at just the right moment, after extracting important materials. Thus they would be called “Nazi scientists” when in fact they were held prisoner. Their true identity would have to be protected because the war did not actually end.

After the fake ending of the war, we can see that some family members were busy making movies and music, among other things, and that includes Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Shirley Temple and The Beatles. Many spy theme movies were made. The war continued with the killing of many people in Loreauville during the 1960’s and 1970’s, including the Kennedy family.

At the time of the two World Wars, the term Hapsburg applies to Catholics. I wouldn’t use the term much today because of all the lies published. If you research using the term Hapsburg you’ll find images and information about people who were actually their enemies, who are now claiming the Hapsburg identity. The reason this is happening is because the Hapsburgs, as a tribe of many families, and as centralized government, actually do legally still hold title to most of the civilized world because of a couple of thousand years of positive expansion. We look for a system and an army to establish justice.

Communism suddenly transferred thousands of years of advancement and all this Hapsburg property to the Nazi cabal using trickery and violence.

The long term Hapsburg expansion was through their own efforts at developing cities, transportation, arts and industry, in alignment with the Church. Prince Rupert was a warner about Nazi trickery and he was one who refused to take the oath.

Think of what happens to people who refuse to take the vaccine or wear a mask and you get the picture of what happened to Germany. Forcing people to make suicidal choices is a good way to create brain drain emigration and sabotage. There’s no good ending.

“He remained an honored figure long after the war and upon his death in 1955, the German government allowed the Bavarian royal regalia to be taken from the museum and used for his funeral service.”



The Funeral of Crown Prince Rupert

Perhaps the story of Crown Prince Rupert can illustrate what kind of person is actually meant by these words ‘Hapsburg’ and ‘monarchist’.

Here’s what the anonymous blogger says:

“Adolf Hitler, throughout his rise to power, often courted the monarchists, trying to gain their support with promises of royal restorations once he had “restored order”.
He tried to get the support of the beloved Crown Prince Rupprecht, but the old Catholic prince would have nothing to do with the movement and became an outspoken critic of the Nazi Party and an avowed enemy of Adolf Hitler.”

How to know if it’s really a Hapsburg, just by looking at the pictures:

This is how you know a true Hapsburg: The Hapsburgs did not inbreed at all whatsoever because the Catholic Church would not allow it. So the term “Hapsburg Jaw” (Prognathism) is a lie. Prognathism is a trait of negro race interbreeding and has nothing to do with Hapsburgs. That overdone jaw is precisely a trait of Hapsburg enemies and their illegitimate, non-Catholic bloodlines.

Hapsburgs were Caucasian with straight noses and small ears with a few exceptions. Skin, hair, eye color, and height vary greatly, even within one family. The eyelids generally do not droop over the eyes with age. They supported and built Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches, schools, and other public works. They lived very low key lives and wore modest clothing. They led their own armies and fought to protect their legal inheritances and to end slavery and piracy. Anything else said or shown about them is enemy propaganda by envious people trying to switch places with them.

This is Crown Prince Rupert:

Crown Prince Rupert, rightful King of England in 1919.

He strikes me immediately as Dr. Karl Jung, who I keep bumping into. Remember him in the movie “Little Lord Fauntleroy” and the story of the illegitimate heir? I think that Rupert could be the father of Mr. John Walet/Boris Karloff. The name Boris is Bruce. Perhaps some of his family began using the Broussard name after Hitler’s coup.

“Crown Prince Rupert was the Bavarian heir, born in Munich on May 18, 1869 as Rupprecht Maria Luitpold Ferdinand von Wittelsbach and was the godson of the famous Bavarian King Ludwig II. “

King of England and Scotland

“In 1919 Rupprecht inherited the title of “King Robert Bruce IV of Scotland and Robert I of England”.

This makes perfect sense because back when I immersed myself in genealogies, I know as a fact that King Robert the Bruce’s descendants settled in Switzerland where the Hapsburg Castle is said to be located. This area was called Brabant and is now divided into many nations. The Scottish Bruce family did actually become French, German, Hungarian, Russian and more through marriages.

It was not until 1921 that Rupert inherited the title of King of Bavaria.

What is called “Monarchism” today is a derogatory and misleading term. No one actually ruled without a council of Church and Military elders, along with representatives of the people. This organizational structure is described under the term Reich and it’s complicated. Protestantism was very detrimental to government stability, and Socialism was another blow. This was a war, put simply, between Catholics and Jews. Protestants were on the Jewish side, whether they realized it or not. Sometimes the lines are blurry.

Hitler played on the publIc support for a government that would return confiscated property to the rightful owners, including the Bavarian Royal Family.  The people knew who was doing the confiscating. What people supported was recognition of Church and land rights, and freedom to manage that land as the owner saw fit in accordance with ancient laws. Ancient law was Catholic, still a powerful force in conservative, Catholic Bavaria. In true Democratic tradition, Hitler lied to the voters and killed those who didn’t believe him. This Democratic system continues.

Growing up, Rupert was given a typical Catholic education, “with great emphasis on religion and military training. During World War I, as was customary for royal heirs, SKH Generaloberst Kronprinz Rupprecht von Bayern took command of the German 6th Army on the Western Front.“

“There has been alot of outright lies spread about the royal commanders in the German army being military idiots, but in fact the opposite was true. The Duke Albrecht of Wurttemberg, even Kronprinz Wilhelm of Prussia were actually very capable officers and Crown Prince Rupprecht earned a high reputation as one of the most brilliant commanders of any background during the war. “


“Crown Prince Rupprecht, or to his Bavarian supporters, “King Rupprecht” continued to be the focus of support for conservative Bavarians, however there was an increasing amount of attention being given to the new National Socialist Party. ”

These “liberals” led Germany and Europe to destruction. Now they’re destroying America. Even after stealing everything, they still can’t make a movie that people like.

The Prince is Giving A Ball…Cinderella, 1957.


End

I’ve cut and pasted below the German and English translation (Google) of the Institute for Geophysics history linked above, in case it’s removed from the internet. Please double check to see if anything has been deleted in the process of translating and posting if you’re doing serious research.

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Die “Geophysikalische Abteilung” des Physikalischen Instituts (1927-1953)

Zu Anfang der zwanziger Jahre war (weltweit) eine rasche Entwicklung geophysikalischer Aufschlußmethoden für die Aufsuchung nutzbarer Lagerstätten feststellbar; entsprechende Industriefirmen wurden gegründet, u.a. “ERDA Göttingen”, “Piepmeyer Kassel”, “Seismos Hannover”. Auf diese Entwicklung reagierte die Bergakademie, indem sie die geophysikalischen Aufschlußmethoden in ihren Lehrplan aufnahm:

  • 1927 Lehrauftrag für Meßmethoden der angewandten Geophysik an Dr. Martin Rössiger, Assistent am Physikalischen Institut (Habilitation 1928, Ernennung zum a.o. Professor 1935). 
  • 1934 Umwandlung des Lehrauftrages in eine hauptamtliche Dozentur. 
  • 1937 Übernahme der Dozentur durch Dr. Heinrich Jung (Assistent am Geophysikalischen Institut der Universität Göttingen). 
  • 1938 “Angewandte Geophysik” als Prüfungsfach in der Hauptprüfung von Bergleuten und Markscheidern. 
  • 1941 Ernennung von Heinrich Jung zum apl. Professor. 
  • bis 1945 Mehrmalige Einberufung von Prof. Dr. Heinrich Jung zum Heeresdienst; er fiel in den letzten Kriegstagen in der Gegend von Lauenburg. 
  • Nov. 1945 Übernahme der Dozentur durch Prof. Dr. Karl Jung (Zwillingsbruder von Heinrich Jung), ab 1941 bis Kriegsende Ordinarius für Geophysik an der Universität Straßburg. 
  • ab 1946 Übernahme der Vorlesungen in Physik, Mathematik und Mechanik durch Prof. Dr. Karl Jung während der mehrfachen und lang andauernden Vakanzen der zuständigen Lehrstühle in den Aufbaujahren der Bergakademie bis 1952. 

Die “Geophysikalische Abteilung” im Rahmen des Physikalischen Instituts war konzipiert als “Zubringer” für den Bedarf an Geophysik für Bergleute, Markscheider etc. Es handelte sich also nicht um eine Vollausbildung für Geophysiker. Diese konzipierte Karl Jung bereits vor 1950: “Da infolge des Kriegsausganges mehrere Ausbildungsstätten der Geophysiker verlorengegangen sind, lag es nahe, ein Vollstudium der Geophysik in Clausthal zu ermöglichen, das mit der Prüfung zum Diplom-Geophysiker abgeschlossen wird. Die Ausbildung von Geophysikern ist im ‘Gang'” (1).

Institut für Geophysik
Prof. Dr. Karl Jung (1953 bis 1957)1953 Ernennung von Karl Jung zum Direktor und a.o. Professor des neugeschaffenen Geophysikalischen Instituts der Bergakademie Clausthal. 1954 Ernennung von Karl Jung zum Ordinarius für Geophysik. Die überaus fruchtbare Arbeit von Karl Jung endete mit seinem Übergang zur Universität Kiel im Jahre 1957 (2). 

Prof. Dr. Karl Jung (1953 bis 1957)
See photo above.Karl Jung, Gründer und 1. Direktor des Instituts für Geophysik.

Prof. Dr. Heinz Menzel (1957 bis 1964)
Arbeitsrichtungen: Seismologie und Angewandte Seismik. 

  • 1957 Ernennung zum a.o. Professor am 01.11.1957. 
  • 1961 Ernennung zum Ordinarius für Geophysik am 01.02.1961. Ausbau des Lehr- und Forschungsprogramms Geophysik, intensive Tätigkeit im Rahmen der Deutschen Geophysikalischen Gesellschaft, des Forschungskollegiums Physik des Erdkörpers und der Schwerpunktprogramme der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft. Besonderer Aufwand für den Bau mariner seismischer Geräte und ihre Erprobung in den Oberharzer Teichen als Vorarbeit für den späteren Übergang zur Universität Hamburg im Jahre 1964. 
  • 1964 Ernennung zum o. Professor am Institut für Physik des Erdkörpers der Universität Hamburg am 12.05.1964. 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Otto Rosenbach (o. Professor von 1965 bis 1980)
Arbeitsrichtungen: Experimentelle und theoretische Seismik, Seismologisches Observatorium, Gravimetrie, Geoelektrik, Erdgezeiten, Bohrlochpendel. 

  • 1965 Ernennung zum Ordinarius für Geophysik am 06.05.1965. Bei den Berufungsverhandlungen wurde ein Neubau für das Institut zugesagt; Wiederholung dieser Zusage 1968 im Rahmen von Bleibeverhandlungen aufgrund eines Rufes auf ein neu geschaffenes Ordinariat für Geophysik an der Technischen Hochschule Wien
  • 1965 Gründungsmitglied des Forschungskollegiums Physik des Erdkörpers, Eintragung in das Vereinsregister Bonn am 03.06.1965. 
  • 1967 Übergabe der Denkschrift “Physik des Erdkörpers” (3) durch den Präsidenten Prof. Dr. Julius Speer der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft anläßlich der 28. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Geophysikalischen Gesellschaft in Clausthal-Zellerfeld am 17.05.1967. 
  • 1967 Verleihung des Ehrendoktorats an Prof. Dr. Karl Jung durch die Fakultät für Natur- und Geisteswissenschaften der TU Clausthal “in Anerkennung seiner grundlegenden Arbeiten für die Entwicklung der Physik des Erdkörpers und seiner bedeutenden Verdienste um die hiesige Hochschule in der Zeit des Wiederaufbaues nach dem letzten Kriege” anläßlich der 28. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Geophysikalischen Gesellschaft in Clausthal-Zellerfeld am 17.05.1967. 
  • 1969 Entwurf einer neuen “Diplom- Prüfungsordnung für die Fachrichtung Geophysik” (Außerkrafttreten der Prüfungsordnung der Bergakademie Clausthal zum 31.12.1969), basierend auf der “Rahmenprüfungsordnung für die Diplomprüfungsordnungen in Geophysik, Meteorologie und Ozeanographie” i.d.F. vom 05.07.1969 (beschlossen von der Westdeutschen Rektorenkonferenz und der Kultusministerkonferenz der Länder). 

Wegen mehrmaliger Änderungen allgemeiner Studienbestimmungen etc. erfolgte die Genehmigung der “Diplom-Prüfungsordnung für die Fachrichtung Geophysik” erst am 12.06.1978 durch das Niedersächsische Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst.

Zur damaligen Zeit schlossen Geophysiker ihr Diplom nach der “Diplom-Prüfungsordnung der Bergakademie Clausthal” vom 01.10.1940 (Neufassung März 1949 – mit Ergänzung vom 09.07.1952) ab, zu deren Erfüllung 70% der Pflichtvorlesungen zu den Fächern Geologie und Mineralogie gehörten und ca. 30% der Pflichtvorlesungen für die Fächer Mathematik, Physik und Geophysik verblieben: “Typ des Clausthaler Geophysikers” war hierfür die oftmals verwandte Bezeichnung. Die übermäßige Betonung der Fächer Geologie und Mineralogie stellte für die Studenten der Geophysik eine große Belastung dar. Dieser Zustand änderte sich mit der neuen “Diplom-Prüfungsordnung für die Fachrichtung Geophysik” vom 12.06.1978. In der Folgezeit sind weitere Änderungen der Prüfungsordnung erfolgt; die derzeitig gültige Fassung ist vom 16.12.1993. 

  • 1969 Mitglied bei der ‘Weichenstellung’ für die Gründung des Arbeitskreises “Geodäsie/Geophysik” anläßlich des Kreuznacher Rundgespräches am 27./28.03.1969. 
  • 1971 1. Sitzung des Arbeitskreises “Geodäsie/Geophysik” am 21.10.1971 in Clausthal- Zellerfeld. 
  • 1971,1976,1982 Verfasser der 3.-5. Auflage des Heftes “Geophysiker” aus der Reihe “Blätter zur Berufskunde”, herausgegeben von der Bundesanstalt für Arbeit, Nürnberg (Nr. 3-I B 02). 
  • 1975 Einweihung des Neubaus des Instituts für Geophysik am 12.03.1975 im Rahmen einer Vortragsveranstaltung sowie einer Feierstunde der Technischen Universität Clausthal mit Schlüsselübergabe; Herausgabe einer Informationsschrift (4). 

Damit sind die Berufungszusagen 1965/1968 eingelöst und die bisherige parzellierte Unterbringung des Instituts beendet worden. 

  • 1975 Verleihung des Ehrendoktorats an Dipl.- Ing. Waldemar Heitz, Referent der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft, durch die Fakultät für Natur- und Geisteswissenschaften der TU Clausthal “in Würdigung und Anerkennung seiner hervorragenden schöpferischen Leistungen als ideenreicher Initiator und sachkundiger Berater in weit gespannten Forschungsprogrammen der Natur- und Ingenieurwissenschaften” am 12.03.1975. 
  • 1965 bis 1980 Beschaffung umfangreicher Drittmittel: Allein bei der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft wurden über 90 Anträge mit einem Finanzvolumen von ca. 8 Mio. DM gestellt und bewilligt. Mit diesen Mitteln wurden die instrumentelle und personelle Ausstattung des Instituts maßgeblich gefördert. Weitere Geldgeber: Land Niedersachsen, Bundesministerium für Forschung und Technologie, Industrie. 
  • 31.03.1980 Emeritierung. 
  • bis 31.07.1980 Vertretung der Dienstgeschäfte des Instituts bis zur Übernahme von Prof. Dr. Reinhard K. Bortfeld. 

Prof. Dr. Reinhard K. Bortfeld (C4-Professor von 1980 bis 1992)
Arbeitsrichtungen: Theorie der Angewandten Seismik und ihre Interpretation mit Verwendung der modernen Verfahren der seismischen Datenverarbeitung. Hierbei ist eine große Anzahl von Diplomarbeiten und Dissertationen entstanden, die den jeweiligen Bearbeitern ein gutes berufliches Rüstzeug geboten haben. 

  • 1980 Ernennung zum o. Professor für Angewandte Geophysik am 01.08.1980. 
  • 1983 Beginn des Forschungsprojektes “DEKORP” (Deutsches Kontinentales Reflexionsseismisches Programm); Mitglied der Steuerungsgruppe; Durchführung der Datenverarbeitung im DEKORP Processing Center des Instituts. 
  • 1984 Einweihung des DEKORP Processing Centers anläßlich der Schenkung eines PHOENIX-Computer-Systems durch die Firma Mobil Oil AG, Celle, am 10.05.1984. 
  • 1986/1987 Installation einer Processing-Anlage PHOENIX DPU (VAX 750), beschafft aus Mitteln des Landes Niedersachsen und des Bundesministeriums für Forschung und Technologie (Projekt DEKORP). 
  • 1989 Reginald Fessenden Award “presented to Reinhard K. Bortfeld for his classic contributions to seismic wave propagation theory and his pioneering work in Range Dependant Amplitude attributes for seismic reflection data” anläßlich der 59. Tagung der Society of Exploration Geophysicists in Dallas, Texas/USA, am 01.11.1989. 

Das Programm DEKORP läuft mittlerweile in seiner IV. Phase und hat dem Institut umfangreiche und attraktive Arbeitsmöglichkeiten, insbesondere für Diplomanden und Doktoranden, geboten.
Weitere Drittmittel wurden durch zahlreiche Anträge bei der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft, dem Land Niedersachsen und der Industrie beschafft. 

  • 31.03.1992 Pensionierung. 

Weitere Professorenstellen

Prof. Dr. Jörn Behrens (1969 bis 1973)
Arbeitsrichtung: Modellseismik zur Untersuchung von Wellenausbreitungsvorgängen. 

  • 1969 Habilitation an der Technischen Universität Clausthal. 
  • 1969 Ernennung zum Abteilungsvorsteher und Professor am 01.10.1969. 
  • 1973 Ernennung zum o. Professor für Geophysik an der Technischen Universität Berlin am 30.03.1973. 

Prof. Dr. Jürgen R. Schopper (1976 bis 1990)
Arbeitsrichtungen: Anwendungsorientierte petrophysikalische Grundlagenforschung und Theorie der Auswertung geophysikalischer Bohrlochmessungen. Hierbei entstand eine große Anzahl von Diplom- und Doktorarbeiten; dadurch fanden viele Studienabgänger gute, teils leitende Stellungen in der Erdöl-Erdgas- sowie bohrlochgeophysikalischen Service-Industrie. 

  • 1972 Habilitation an der Technischen Universität Clausthal. 
  • 1976 Ernennung zum apl. Professor am 01.03.1976. 
  • 1978 Ernennung zum C3-Professor am 22.12.1978. 

Umfangreiche Beschaffung von Drittmitteln (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bundesministerium für Forschung und Technologie, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Mineralölwissenschaft und Kohlechemie e.V., Sonderforschungsbereich 134 “Erdöltechnik-Erdölchemie” an der TU Clausthal, Land Niedersachsen, Volkswagen-Stiftung, Industrie); dadurch verfügt die Abteilung über eine moderne instrumentelle Ausrüstung, die praxisnahe Arbeitsmöglichkeiten für Diplomanden und Doktoranden bietet. 

  • 30.09.1990 Pensionierung. 
  • bis 31.03.1993 Weiterführung der laufenden Abteilungsgeschäfte bis zur Übernahme von Prof. Dr. Ugur Yaramanci. 

Prof. Dr. Horst J. Neugebauer (1980 bis 1988)
Arbeitsrichtungen: Geodynamik, insbesondere Tektonik, Lithosphäre, langperiodische Erdkrustendynamik, poroelastisches Fließen. 

  • 1980 Ernennung zum C3-Professor für Allgemeine Geophysik am 02.02.1980. 

Umfangreiche Beschaffung von Drittmitteln (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Land Niedersachsen, Sonderforschungsbereich 134 “Erdöltechnik-Erdölchemie” an der TU Clausthal, Volkswagen-Stiftung, Industrie). 

  • 1988 Ernennung zum C4-Professor auf den neu geschaffenen Lehrstuhl Geodynamik – Physik der Lithosphäre an der Mathematisch- Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Bonn am 01.07.1988. 

Seit 1988:

  • 1990 Ernennung C3 Professur Prof. Dr. Gerhard Jentzsch seit 01.09.1990 (Allgemeine Geophysik). 
  • 1992 Ernennung C4 Professur Prof. Dr. Jürgen Fertig seit 01.04.1992 (Angewandte Geophysik). 
  • 1993 Ernennung C3 Professur Prof. Dr. Ugur Yaramanci seit 01.04.1993 (Abteilung Petrophysik und Bohrlochgeophysik). 
  • 1996 Prof. Jentzsch tritt C4 Professur in Jena an. 
  • 1996 Prof. Yaramanci tritt C4 Professur in Berlin an. 
Quellenverzeichnis
  1. Festschrift zur 175-Jahrfeier der Bergakademie Clausthal 1775-1950, 1950, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, S. 81-84. 
  2. In Memoriam Karl Jung, 1972, Zeitschrift für Geophysik, Bd. 38, S. 347-350. 
  3. Denkschrift “Physik des Erdkörpers” der DFG, Teil 10, 1967, Franz Steiner Verlag GmbH, Wiesbaden. 

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Otto Rosenbach (full professor from 1965 to 1980) Fields of work: Experimental and theoretical seismics, seismological observatory, gravimetry, geoelectrics, earth tides, borehole pendulum. 1965 Appointment as full professor of geophysics on May 6, 1965. During the appointment negotiations, a new building for the institute was promised; Repetition of this promise in 1968 in the context of negotiations to stay due to a call for a newly created professorial office for geophysics at the Vienna University of Technology. 1965 Founding member of the Research College Physics of the Earth, entry in the Bonn Register of Associations on June 3rd, 1965. 1967 Presentation of the memorandum “Physics of the Earth’s Body” (3) by President Prof. Dr. Julius Speer of the German Research Foundation on the occasion of the 28th Annual Meeting of the German Geophysical Society in Clausthal-Zellerfeld on May 17th, 1967. (Memorandum written on behalf of the DFG by Prof. Dr.-Ing.Otto Rosenbach, Geophysics Clausthal; Prof. Dr. Klaus Strobach, Meteorology and Geophysics FU Berlin; Dipl.-Ing.Waldemar Heitz, DFG Bad Godesberg.) 1967 Award of an honorary doctorate to Prof. Dr. Karl Jung by the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Humanities of the TU Clausthal “in recognition of his fundamental work for the development of the physics of the earth’s body and his significant services to the local university in the period of reconstruction after the last war” on the occasion of the 28th annual conference of German Geophysical Society in Clausthal-Zellerfeld on May 17th, 1967. 1969 Draft of a new “Diploma examination regulations for the field of geophysics” (expiry of the examination regulations of the Bergakademie Clausthal on December 31, 1969), based on the “Framework examination regulations for the diploma examination regulations in geophysics, meteorology and oceanography” as amended on July 5th, 1969 (decided by the West German Rectors’ Conference and the Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder). Due to repeated changes in general study regulations etc., the approval of the “Diploma examination regulations for the subject of geophysics” was not granted until June 12, 1978 by the Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and Art. At that time, geophysicists completed their diploma according to the “Diploma Examination Regulations of the Clausthal Mining Academy” of October 1st, 1940 (revised version March 1949 – with amendment of July 9th, 1952), for which 70% of the compulsory lectures on the subjects geology and mineralogy belonged to and Approx. 30% of the compulsory lectures for the subjects mathematics, physics and geophysics remained: “Type of the Clausthal geophysicist” was the term often used for this. The excessive emphasis on geology and mineralogy was a great burden for the geophysics students. This situation changed with the new “Diploma examination regulations for geophysics” of June 12, 1978. In the period that followed, further changes to the examination regulations were made; the currently valid version is from December 16, 1993. 1969 Member of the ‘setting the course’ for the establishment of the working group “Geodesy / Geophysics” on the occasion of the Kreuznach round-table on March 27/28, 1969. 1971 1st meeting of the working group “Geodesy / Geophysics” on October 21, 1971 in Clausthal-Zellerfeld. Chair of the geophysical working group until 1977. 1971,1976,1982 author of the 3rd-5th Edition of the booklet “Geophysicists” from the series “Blätter zur Berufskunde”, published by the Federal Labor Office, Nuremberg (No. 3-I B 02). 1975 Inauguration of the new building of the Institute for Geophysics on March 12th, 1975 as part of a lecture event and a ceremony at the Clausthal University of Technology with handover of the keys; Publication of an information leaflet (4). This means that the commitments made in 1965/1968 have been redeemed and the previous parceled accommodation of the institute has ended. 1975 Award of an honorary doctorate to Dipl.-Ing. Waldemar Heitz, advisor to the German Research Foundation, by the Faculty of Natural and Human Sciences at Clausthal University of Technology “in appreciation and recognition of his outstanding creative achievements as an imaginative initiator and expert advisor in wide-ranging research programs in nature – and engineering sciences “on March 12, 1975. 1965 to 1980 Acquisition of extensive third-party funds: The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft alone received and approved over 90 applications with a financial volume of approx. 8 million DM. With these funds, the instrumental and human resources of the institute were significantly promoted. Other donors: State of Lower Saxony, Federal Ministry for Research and Technology, Industry. March 31, 1980 retirement. Until July 31, 1980 representation of the institute’s official business until the takeover of Prof. Dr. Reinhard K. Bortfeld. Prof. Dr. Reinhard K. Bortfeld (C4 professor from 1980 to 1992) Working directions: Theory of applied seismics and its interpretation using modern methods de volume_upsearchcontent_copyshare

Prof. Dr. Jürgen R. Schopper (1976 to 1990)
Work directions: application-oriented petrophysical basic research and theory of the evaluation of geophysical borehole measurements. This resulted in a large number of diploma and doctoral theses; As a result, many graduates found good, sometimes managerial positions in the petroleum, natural gas and well geophysical service industries.

1972 Habilitation at the Technical University of Clausthal.
1976 Appointment as associate professor on March 1st, 1976.
Head of the department “Rock Physics and Borehole Geophysics”.
1978 Appointment as C3 professor on December 22nd, 1978.
Extensive procurement of third-party funds (German Research Foundation, Federal Ministry for Research and Technology, German Society for Mineral Oil Science and Coal Chemistry e.V., Collaborative Research Center 134 “Petroleum Technology-Petroleum Chemistry” at Clausthal University of Technology, State of Lower Saxony, Volkswagen Foundation, Industry); As a result, the department has modern instrumental equipment that offers practical work opportunities for diploma and doctoral students.

30.09.1990 retirement.
Until March 31, 1993 continuation of the current department business until the takeover of Prof. Dr. Ugur Yaramanci.
Prof. Dr. Horst J. Neugebauer (1980 to 1988)
Working directions: geodynamics, especially tectonics, lithosphere, long-period earth crust dynamics, poroelastic flow.

1980 Appointment as C3 professor for general geophysics on 02.02.1980.
Extensive procurement of third-party funds (German Research Foundation, State of Lower Saxony, Collaborative Research Center 134 “Petroleum Technology-Petroleum Chemistry” at Clausthal University of Technology, Volkswagen Foundation, Industry).

1988 Appointment as C4 professor to the newly created Chair of Geodynamics – Physics of the Lithosphere at the Mathematics and Natural Sciences Faculty of the University of Bonn on July 1st, 1988.
Since 1988:

1990 Appointment C3 professorship Prof. Dr. Gerhard Jentzsch since September 1st, 1990 (general geophysics).
1992 Appointment C4 professorship Prof. Dr. Jürgen Ready since April 1st, 1992 (Applied Geophysics).
1993 Appointment C3 professorship Prof. Dr. Ugur Yaramanci since April 1st, 1993 (Department of Petrophysics and Borehole Geophysics).
1996 Prof. Jentzsch takes up a C4 professorship in Jena.
1996 Prof. Yaramanci takes up a C4 professorship in Berlin.
Bibliography

Festschrift for the 175th anniversary of the Clausthal Mining Academy 1775-1950, 1950, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, pp. 81-84.
In Memoriam Karl Jung, 1972, Zeitschrift für Geophysik, Vol. 38, pp. 347-350.
Memorandum “Physics of the Earth’s Body” by the DFG, Part 10, 1967, Franz Steiner Verlag GmbH, Wiesbaden.

Information leaflet on the occasion of the inauguration of the new building on March 12, 1975, 1975, Institute for Geophysics at Clausthal University of Technology.

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