In 1946, representatives of the Traditions and the Technocracy that had fought together against the Nephandi that had used the war for their own benefit assembled in a chantry formerly held by the Thule Society (likely near the Wewelsburg). The court sentenced 34 mages for "Crimes against Ascension" and gilguled them. During the case, documents like the Schwartzurkunden proved the inhuman experiments of the mages that had sided with the Third Reich, including the development of the "Folterbrunnen" in Dachau. Both sides argued who would safeguard these experiments, with the final empowerment of the Consanguinity of Eternal Joy to act as guardians.
Both the Traditions and the Technocracy, however, granted amnesties for mages that appeared to be repentant (which was exploited by secret Nephandi like Alois Richter). Both sought to use the knowledge these mages gained during their experiments for their own advantage.
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