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Hidden History- 1205 to 1789
What the History Books never told you.
Tonight we are going to delve into some serious Kitty History, and
reconnect some dots that have been very mysterious for centuries. To
make sense of history, all one has to do is flip the script.
As Catholics, we have always been trained that the popes are the good
guys. But what if the popes have not been the good guys for a very
long time. What if, instead, they have been lackeys in a...
Talmudic conspiracy for centuries? (Oh com'on Wolf, what have they
put in your beer.) (Sound like the plot to an Indiana Jones movie?
Well, let us just consider...)
A few years back, the historian Michael Hoffman, consulted by Bishop
Williamson regarding the Holocaust, authored the book "The Occult
Renaissance Church of Rome"...
He looked at Vatican art and the history of some of the archives and
came to some startling conclusions concerning the Vatican and the
occult. So let us put the pieces together...
Our Story starts with St Francis of Assisi, who was told by an Icon of
Our Lord Jesus Christ crucified..."go and repair My church which, as
you can see, is falling into ruins." The year was 1205.
Now, I will not recount here the glorious history of the Franciscans,
but to say that, a mere 30 years later, their order had commandeered
the entire Italian church, leading to an explosion of hermits.
Influenced by this, a young boy, Pietro Angelerio, became a
Benedictine Monk at only 17 years of age. Just a few years later in
1239, in the mountain del Morrone, he became a solitary hermit.
Despite his solitude, however, the fervent beat a path to his
doorstep. Some years later, he was abbot over more than 600 monks,
and came to the attention of the Vatican. The plot thickens...
In 1294, after a prolonged papal interregnum, the monk wrote the
cardinals that Divine vengeance would come were a pope not elected.
They promptly elected the hermit. Despite his recalcitrance...
He was created Pope Celestine V. As pope, he set about to reform the
worldly curia. This was instantly resented, and his successor,
Boniface VIII, would pressure him to "resign". This he did...
...a mere five months later. But Boniface VIII, uncertain whether
papal resignations were even valid, and fearing plots against him, had
the former pope locked up in a tower until he died...
The cover stories notwithstanding, we can wonder what Celestine, an
obvious outsider from Vatican politics, may have learned during his
brief tenure in office, and what the curia was afraid of...
Meanwhile, across the Mediterranean on an island you might have heard
of... Cyprus, the tattered Templars were reorganizing from their
recent expulsion from Jeruslaem by the Muslim hordes...
In 1291, Acre had fallen, and the Templars, leaders of the crusades,
were out of a job. Now, we have all been told that the primary reason
for the crusades was to make the Holy Land safe.
But what if that was just the cover story? What if the real reason
for the crusades had been to make travel safe for merchants along the
sea to the Far East, bypassing the "Silk Road".
And of course the Muslims, custodians of the narcotics trade
(including cinnamon) would resent the competition, and thus fight
tooth and nail to preserve their income stream and monopoly.
Back on Cyprus, a firebrand named Jacques de Molay arose at a meeting
and challenged Thibaud Gaudin to reform the order. Gaudin
conveniently died just some months later, in 1292. Molay succeeded
But wait... there's more. Just a few miles northwest at the great
port city of Genoa, long a Jewish banking stronghold, and just a few
years forward, the naval battle of Curzola was fought in 1298.
The battle against rival Venice left Genoa in undisputed control of
the high seas. And thus would begin a three-centuries-long campaign
by the Jews to find an alternative to the Silk Road...
Meanwhile, along the Silk Road, Jewish-Vatican agent Marco Polo (you
may have heard of him), was posing as an ambassador for Kublai Khan,
negotiating with Burma and Indonesia for coveted "spices"...
(I forgot to mention that it was Genoa that started a lucrative market
in the slave trade, which would be inherited by the Spanish, but I am
getting ahead of the story...)
Marco Polo returned to Europe in 1297 after some 23 years in the
Orient. For his troubles, he, being a Venetian, was jailed by Genoa.
But after release, he became quite wealthy, and died famous.
Apparently, Polo strengthened ties between the Jews and the Far East,
which would have profound ramifications for the coming centuries.
Meanwhile, back on Cyprus, Molay was working with the Mongols.
De Molay was involved in a campaign to retake parts of Syria jointly
with the Mongols against the Turkish Mamluks. But the Mongols failed
to appear, and the island of Ruad was lost to siege in 1302.
Just a few years later, Molay would be arrested by King Philip IV of
France, and, after a very famous trial, executed. What is intriguing
here is that both king and pope, despite being seemingly...
bitter enemies, both agreed on the execution of Molay and the
dissolution of the Templars. The events surrounding Molay are second
only to the JFK assassination in spawning conspiracies, with the...
top speculations being that the Templars had a secret banking empire,
or that they were practicing occult rituals centered on the
restoration of the Jewish Temple. The truth might be less dramatic..
Molay and his companions might have simply been privy to the doing of
Jewish Bankers and Popes and Kings to construct a new source of wealth
originating from human trafficking and the drug trade.
And since, now that the services of the Templars were no longer
needed, they were merely dangerous observers, and more or less a
liability going forward. And we all know what happens to liabilities.
Or did Molay perhaps know of the Jewish plan to unleash across Europe
in the coming years... the "Black Death", which originated in Crimea,
seat of the old Ashkenazi realm??
The cover story for the Black Plague was fleas from rats from Genoese
ships but this does not explain the rapid dissemination overland,
faster even than swift travel on horseback.
And as for all those stories of Jews being beaten and arrested after
they were caught poisoning and otherwise contaminating wells... well,
nothing to see here folks... move along... move along.
The plague, meanwhile, served as an excellent cover for a mass
migration of Genoese Jews to the Iberian peninsula. They would set up
shop in Madrid, mingling with Muslim and Catholic.
Then along came St Vincent Ferrer, who would convert many of the
Spanish Jews in the twilight years of the 14th century. Or did those
Jews convert? Problems would fester into the 15th Century.
Now, I am not insinuating that St Vincent Ferrer was part of one vast
conspiracy. He just happened on the scene at the wrong time.
Meanwhile, back in Rome, we have the Great Western Schism. Omitting
the cover story, what truly makes sense here is this was the first
real success of the Jews in weakening Holy Mother Church.
It also makes a great cover for all the skullduggery surrounding
negotiations with the Muslims by French kings and etc.
And all of this has set the stage for the 15th century, which would
see the papacy dominated by increasingly corrupt perverts and alleged
sodomites, culminating with the frolicking Julius II.
And this set the stage for one of the greatest Jewish triumphs of all
time- the so-called Protestant Reformation, which was the impetus for
many successful intrigues in the heart of Christendom.
Which brings us to the time of Queen Isabella, author of the Spanish
Inquisition. Much ink has been spilled about this institution run by
the Dominicans, the most famous being Tomás de Torquemada.
The cover story for the inauguration of the inquisition was the
extirpation of Protestant heretics. The more astute historians argue
the Inquisition was looking for secret Jews pretending conversion.
But whatever the truth, the Inquisition provided cover for another
great transmigration of Jews- mainly to Brussels, from which base they
would infiltrate Protestant London and Protestant Berlin.
Meanwhile, back in Spain, Queen Isabella might have been a pretend
Christian herself (Did I hear James Walsh just gasp in his grave?) who
used the Inquisition to dispose of political enemies.
One must admit that Isabella's Spain was the perfect Jewish plunder
operation. The galleys of the Spanish main were so bloated with
treasure looted from the Americas they became the targets...
...of British pirates such as Francis Drake. The Spanish also
enslaved the natives of the Americas despite the protests of
Franciscan Missionaries. Later, they extended activities to Africa...
...where, together with the Portuguese, they would set up an operation
that would span centuries, and would set the stage for the American
Civil War. But we are getting way ahead of the story.
Christopher Columbus, a Genoese sailor, was commissioned by Queen
Isabella to find a route to bypass the Silk Road, as was Vasco da
Gama. But whereas Columbus failed, de Gama succeeded.
But for their trouble, the Spanish got the Papal Bull Inter Caetera,
from Pope Alexander IV, which essentially gave the Americas to Spain.
(Portugal got the tip of South America, which became Brazil)
Meanwhile, the Muslims were troubled that their profitable business
along the Silk Road was declining, as spices and slaves poured into
Christendom via the Portuguese and Spanish mains.
But also meanwhile, the Jews were about to unleash their pincer
movement against Holy Mother Church. From the North came Luther, and
from the South came the ultramontanes, culminating with St Pius V
In the North, the Jews would succeed in causing split after split in
the unity of Christendom, using such lackeys as Luther, Calvin,
Zwingli... while in the South, the reactionaries would forge...
a Vatican monstrosity that would suffocate any attempt by the
Traditional orders for reform, while delegating vast power to that new
kid on the block, the Jesuits, AKA Benedictine Lite.
Both venues were fertile ground for Jewish corruption. The
Protestants would give rise to secular culture, and the "Catholic"
monarchies would quickly imitate their northern neighbors.
In spite of all this, aided by the Holy Ghost, the Council of Trent
would issue the Seven Thunders of the Apocalypse, codifying Catholic
doctrine in crystal clear language for generations to come...
And we must thank Pope St Pius V for his codification of council and
liturgy. Just as in the issuance of Unam Sanctum some centuries
before, the Holy Ghost can use a bad means to a good end...
Back in Istanbul, the Turkish treasury was being depleted as the Silk
Road languished. The desperate sultans decided upon a naval campaign
against the Italian peninsula. In 1571 they sailed...
Last week, we saw how the Jews conspired with popes and kings to set
up the world's first far-flung imperial wind-up toy, the Spanish and
Portuguese Empires, to extract resources and build riches.
This week we will chronicle the transition from Spanish Power to
English Power, going from a world where the sun never set on Spain's
colonies to one where the British Empire would be dominant.
The Europe of the 16th Century was one of ever-shifting alliances,
with political expediency trumping everything. Despite the Council of
Trent, the stark truth: nobody sincerely sought reform.
The Zenith of Spanish Power was the Iberian Union, which essentially
united Spain and Portugal and all their far-flung colonies. Its
ruler, Philip II, was also Hapsburg Monarch over Eastern Europe.
Lasting from 1580 until 1640, the Iberian Union/Hapsburg Dynasty would
be opposed by the Protestant North, England, and, surprisingly,
France. All Europe was embroiled in continuing wars.
To characterize the conflicts between Protestants and Catholics during
this time as wars of religion is utterly laughable. Both sides merely
used their "faiths" as a cover for political machinations.
Nothing exemplifies this more than the character of Cardinal
Richelieu, a character so despicable that the Freemasons named one of
their battleships after him. Early on, he had a bout with gonorrhea.
But despite all that implied, he had no trouble being created a bishop
at the young age of 21 by Pope Paul V, and then cardinal a measly 15
years later, by Pope Gregory XV.
He did implement the reforms of the Council of Trent. (One must
wonder what the French Bishops had been doing from 1570 until he came
on the scene.) He also favored the suppression of the Huguenots.
But this was obviously purely for political reasons. He also
supported the Dutch heretics in their war against the Duke of Parma,
and funneled arms and monies in that direction.
Meanwhile he favored a strong, centralized monarchy, enacting laws as
Secretary of State under Louis XIII to destroy the political and
military power of the French nobility, leaving them impotent.
Time and time again, Cardinal Richelieu would oppose the interests of
Philip II and the Hapsburgs abroad, financing Protestant interests to
do so. He was a major component of Protestant success.
(Meanwhile, on the Mountain of the Happy Wolf, the Queen of Heaven and
of Prophets would wag her little finger and appear to a humble little
Native to begin her Reconquista, and leave a lasting sign.)
(And some 150 years later, Our Lord Jesus Christ would make a proposal
to a King of France that would be unheeded, but leave a lasting legacy
to future generations, a sign of things to come.)
(The parlays of Heaven are few, but they are magnificent, and shine
like a blazing light, dispersing the clouds of iniquity and pointing a
path through the darkness to dwellings eternal...)
But now let us turn our attention to the allegedly most historical
event of the period- the "defeat" of the Spanish Armada, which was set
up to fail from the onset and beset by ongoing blunders.
The Armada was commanded by a man with no naval experience, employed
antiquated tactics, and was befuddled by acts of obvious sabotage.
(It's perfectly normal for ships to explode in the night...)
More ships were lost to confused tactics, failure to resupply, poor
navigation, and lack of seamanship than the prowess of the English
Navy, which was just as laughable. Blunders pervaded both sides.
'Twas the propaganda that was more important. The mighty Spanish
Navy, ruler of the high seas since the victory of Lepanto in 1571, was
thoroughly humiliated, and pirates came to hunt the Caribbean.
England now began to be enriched by loot and plunder. And loot and
plunder she would. She soon began to establish unauthorized colonies,
most notably on North America and in India.
And so the tiny Kingdom of England would begin its trek to becoming
the mighty British Empire. But the story of the British Empire is
largely the story of the "British East India Company".
Founded in 1600, it had sweeping political power. It could coin
money, wage war, occupy territory, and its members were largely immune
from the legal consequences of their actions abroad.
Just two years later, the Dutch East India Company was also founded
and chartered. Obviously, SOMEBODY knew-or was it just an outrageous
gamble???- what was about to unfold in world commerce.
As for the vast Spanish-Portuguese empire... impotence is too mild a
term. The Dutch, English, and later French would pluck lands from
them as vultures take meat from carrion. THIS WAS PLANNED.
The consequences for Catholics abroad were incalculable. They were
driven from lands they had built and nurtured. The missions were
especially affected. Their attempts at conversion of natives...
...were foiled at every turn. Not only did they have to contend with
Protestant marauders, but also with lack of funding and support from
Catholic monarchies, and even internecine wars.
If anybody has ever watched the Movie "Mission" about how the
intrigues of Spain and Portugal affected missionary activity in Brazil
about 1750, they will garner some small idea of how convoluted...
and machiavellian were the "politics" of the "catholic monarchies" of
Spain and Portugal in South America all through the 16th, 17th,
and 18th centuries, and what good Christians had to suffer.
Through it all, any concept of a glorious resurgence of Christendom
never had a chance. The political powers were obviously nothing but
centers of corruption covered by a thin veneer of piety.
Meanwhile, underneath the surface, the Jews, now with wealth and
political influence, could now inaugurate what had been planned for
centuries- a secret society to rule humanity from the shadows.
And so, in 1717, very quietly, and very placidly, the Grand Lodge of
the Free and Accepted Masons came into being. This would be the shell
corporation from which recruits would be drawn and molded.
Now that the Jews had turned the monarchies of Christendom into a
bunch of bloated, quarreling, feuding, and perverted imbeciles, who
were loathed by the intelligentsia of both church and state...
They could begin the master plan of turning the world into a universal
republic through a series of wars and revolutions. Stay tuned. Next
week- tragedy and triumph- from Napoleon to Bismarck...
But wait, there's more! Some of you might be familiar with Isaac
Asimov's Science Fiction Classic "Foundation and Empire". To make a
long, long story very, very short, Asimov paints a panorama...
...of a dying "Galactic Empire" ruled from a centralized city planet,
Trantor. (Lucas' "Coruscant" in the Star Wars saga was a knockoff.)
And postulated a cycle of a millennia before the rebirth...
...of a vigorous "civilization". But a brilliant
"historico-psychologist, Harry Seldon, comes up with a plan to
compress that time frame into about 200 years. The "Seldon Plan, is
to set up...
...two "Foundations" at the periphery of the dying Empire, one being
more charismatic and military, the other more intellectual and
geopolitical. The book then chronicles their subsequent history.
As with many authors, Asimov got his ideas from the Rabbis and the
Talmud, and, meanwhile, the Jews had already seeded their own "Seldon
Plan" within the bowels of Christendom, in the persons of...
John Wycliffe (1328-1384) and Jan Hus (1370-1415). Jan Hus was the
charismatic one, who was outspoken against the papal selling of
indulgences (sound familiar) and was excommunicated and burned...
...at the stake all the while allegedly chanting the psalms,
after boldly declaring he would not exchange the truth for a chapel of
gold. All this notwithstanding, his death sparked the...
Bohemian Protest. The Bohemians might have been short on doctrine and
the virtue of chastity- to put it mildly- but they were long on
military tactics and prowess in the battlefield. After...
repulsing four "crusades" against them by armies dedicated to the Pope
from 1420 to 1431, finally, a truce was signed, giving rise to the
Moravian Church and Bohemia, which survived until 1620.
From the University of Prague, the seeds of the coming Protestant
Revolt in the area of Greater Prussia were watered and nurtured.
Meanwhile, in England, a more "scholastic" type of "reform"...
was nurtured by John Wycliffe, who would become a Biblical exegete and
translate the Vulgate into "Middle English". His vernacular bibles
were given to the "poor priests" who then preached against...
the accumulated wealth and corruption of both the nobility and the
monasteries. Their preaching helped spark the famous (for historians)
"Peasants' Revolt" of 1381. The most interesting aspect...
of this revolt was their success in penetrating the "City of London",
and its inner sanctum "The Temple", somewhat analogous to the US
Supreme Court. At the risk of digressing, "The Temple" has...
an interesting history, being founded by the Templars, bequeathed by
the popes to the Hospitallers but taken by King William to the English
Crown. It became the central, mysterious, English Court.
But meanwhile, the Peasants were ultimately put down, and became but a
footnote in history. Wycliffe, on the other hand, spawned what are
known as "Lollards", a derogatory term for a theological...
school of "The Lord's Supper" that would fester and simmer just below
the surface in Merry Olde England until the nobility and the Crown
found great use of it to implement Cramner's Godly Order.
One has to give credit where due. 'Twas no accident that the coming
"Protestant Revolt" was predicated along the axis of a very delicate
balance of power in Christendom. Had Rome or Paris...
become Protestant, the "Reformation" would have overwhelmed centers of
Orthodoxy, and the whole Medieval Order would have quickly
disintegrated, with true Catholics returning to the "catacombs",
destroying the work of centuries. On the other hand, had either
Germany or England been stillborn, the "Reformation" in geopolitical
terms, would have languished, failing to rally the rising secular
"culture". The Jews crafted a controlled environment on both sides,
populated by bribed shills and "useful idiots"- men of good will who
failed to discern the underlying political structure.
Into this environment, men such as Cardinal Richelieu were injected to
wreck havoc by their machinations. As stated, Richelieu was
instrumental in giving rise to a centralized French monarchy,
destroying the military and economic balance of power which had
nurtured subsidiarity during the Middle Ages, and led to the
corruption epitomized by the "Sun King" Louis XIV, who built
a thousand-room monstrosity that would insulate the occult practices
of the French kings. And meanwhile, the intrigues of Richelieu would
breed resentment that would fester for generations,
...until it erupted in 1789. St Louis Marie de Montfort inherited the
broken, Jansenist France created by the sons of Richelieu, and was
banished from every diocese of France for his orthodoxy.
God, of course, in the person of St Margaret Mary Alocoque, gave the
"Sun Kings" a remedy for their spiritual blindness and hardness of
heart, and His Sacred Heart waited patiently for a century.
And we, of course, know how that story would end. The "Sun Kings"
instead squandered the Mercy of God, preferring instead to be vassals
of the Jews, and basking in the perishing glories of this world.
…to be continued.