Re: Challenge "Unknown Author" ¶
By: freiburger on May 31, 2013, 2:30 p.m.
So here is my suggestion:
Friedrich Gottlieb Julius von Bülow (1760 - 1831 bzw 1836)
So why him?
As I mentioned above, I think it is a 6 letter chiffre and not 7. So ignoring the dot "." it looks like that 123425.
I don't know many names in German with that look. Julius is one. Although it is a first name it is not uncommon to use it as signature, especially in this case.
So how did I find him?
I had a look through the directory of important people of Leipzig around 1800 and found only the name Julius which fits in the scheme.
Scanning his background it got even better:
Julius von Bülow was judge at the upper court of Sachsen at the city of Leipzig (Oberhofgericht). His title was Regierungsrat at that time. getting back to my profile mentioned above, his job is close to politics, crime and conspiracy. There is a link.
Julius von Bülow was a book addict. He collected the so called Bibliotheca Büloviana a great library of tenth of thousand books. So for sure he had knowledge of the book of the "vermeinte Gräfin …". Also his library contained alot of scientific books from all different fields.
Julius von Bülow took over a large part of a benedictian (Benediktiner) library of Erfurt. So that would suggest that he was quite close to the church and might underline his interest in Iluminati.
Julius von Bülow had the right age and so far this name is the only one fitting in the above mentioned scheme.
Although he did not use his last name but one of his first names, his bio would fit in the profile.
So what do you think?