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  • To add: All Vatican Concordats + Jesuit expulsions



  • Ptolemaic dynasty (-305 BC - 30 BC), "The Ptolemaic dynasty was founded by Ptolemy son of Lagus, a general of Alexander the Great. On Alexander's death in 323 BC he was appointed satrap of Egypt, and eventually declared himself king in 304 BC. The dynasty lasted until the death of Cleopatra VII and the Roman conquest of Egypt in 30 BC, an episode which is still one of the best-known chapters of ancient history." - [6]







The Roman Catholic Church was not founded until after the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. by Constantine I. Christianity-like cultures already existed, and Catholicism (meaning: "Universal") was created from various cultural elements from other tribes and their religions.

Anyone who did not obey the regime of Rome was called a heretic. Religious massacres, crusades, prosecutions, enslavement and conversions followed for centuries, up until this day.

After the decline of the Roman empire the political control of Rome needed to reformed to maintain as much power and property as possible.

The Vatican was the worlds first multi-national company, just with a jumbled and constructed religion called Catholicism, as its main export product. When people did not want this product they were either forced to swallow it or be threatened, prosecuted and/or killed.

  • todo: examples of this forced religion
    • Destruction of Greek effigies some years after the adaption of Romanism.
    • Creation of illiteracy, weak education and poverty




  • ~800-1200: Catholization of Scandinavia
    • "the process of conversion to Catholicism of the Scandinavian people, starting in the 8th century with the arrival of missionaries in Denmark and it was at least nominally complete by the 12th century, although the Samis remained unconverted until the 18th century." ... "Archaeological excavations of burial sites on the island of Lovön near modern-day Stockholm have shown that the actual Catholization of the people was very slow and took at least 150-200 years," (red: Christianization -> Catholization)


  • ~1012:
    • Cathar christianity appears
      • "a name given to a (south-western France) Christian religious sect with dualistic and gnostic elements that appeared in the Languedoc region of France in the 11th century and flourished in the 12th and 13th centuries."
    • See also the ancient Iranian religion: Manichaeism


Pre-reformation Vatican-dogma resistance groups and individuals:


  • 1208-1215: Pope Innocent III placed the kingdom of England under an interdict for seven years between 1208 and 1215 after King John refused to accept the pope's appointee as Archbishop of Canterbury.
    • 1213: Concession of England to the Pope: King John of England submits to Pope Innocent III, who in turn lifts the interdict of 1208.
      • "We wish it to be known to all of you, through this our charter, furnished with our seal, that inasmuch as we had offended in many ways God and our mother the holy church, and in consequence ar known to have very, much needed the divine mercy, and can not offer anything worthy for making due satisfaction to God and to the church unless we humiliate ourselves and our kingdoms" ... "offer and freely concede to God and His holy apostles Peter and Paul and to our mother the holy Roman church, and to our lord pope Innocent and to his Catholic successors, the whole kingdom of England and the whole kingdom Ireland, with all their rights and appurtenances" [9]
      • See also: [10], [11]


  • 1307-1310: Suppression of the Knights Templar by Philip IV of France
    • "The Knights Templar were a 200-year-old military order, supposedly answerable only to the Pope. But Philip used his influence over Pope Clement V, who was largely his pawn, to disband the order and remove its ecclesiastical status and protection in order to plunder it." [12]
    • "The Knights of Malta are generally depicted, for example, as the rivals of another military order, the celebrated Knights Templars, but my own researches suggest that the Knights of Malta were in fact an offshoot or reorganization of the Templars, who were suppressed by King Philippe le Bel of France in 1310." ... "Their blood-red surplices, emblazoned with a white balanced arm cross - the exact reverse of the Templars' red cross on white (...)" (source)
  • 1347-1351: The Black Death ravages Europe.
    • "It began in South-western or Central Asia and spread to Europe by the late 1340s. The total number of deaths worldwide from the pandemic is estimated at 75 million people; there were an estimated 20 million deaths in Europe alone. The Black Death is estimated to have killed between a third and two-thirds of Europe's population."


  • 1453:
    • Fall of Constantinople marked the capture of the Byzantine Empire's capital by the Ottoman Empire. "... it played a crucial role in Ottoman political stability and its subsequent expansion in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Balkans. The date of the event is one of the frequently proposed events marking the end of the Middle Ages as a historical period."
  • 1492:
    • Beginning expansion of the Spanish Empire (1492-1898), one of the largest empires in history and one of the first global empires. (See also: The Spanish Empire, Papacy, and Jesuits)
    • First mention of the Spanish mystic secret society Los Alumbrados ("the enlightened ones"), of which Ignatius Loyola (founder of the Jesuit Order) had been a member. [15]
    • "Eric Jon Phelps evidenced by the chart on his VA website knows of The Pilgrim Society. Here's what I think about the Jesuits and their Illuminati in terms of history. It is true the Illuminati and Freemasonry predate the Jesuit Order which was founded by Satan's tool Ignatius Loyola in 1534. Loyola was also member of the Spanish Alumbrados as we both know. The Jesuit Order took over the Illuminati when they wrote the last few degrees of Scottish Rite Freemasonry after high Masonic Frederick the Great protected them after they were expelled from Europe. The Black Pope had already controlled Freemasonry and the Illuminati by the time of Jesuit-trained Adam Weishaupt who founded the Bavarian Illuminati May 1 1776. The Bavarian Illuminati was only one branch of a vast international network. The Jesuits control them all through the high Masonic degrees they formulated. So it all makes sense true the Knight Templar/Freemasons and Illuminati were around before the founding of the Company of Gesu but since it is openly religious it wins out because of the Romanist dogma of the two swords found in Unam Sanctam the secular and religious. I think the secular sword is the Illuminati/Freemasonry and the religious is Roman Catholicism which is ruled by the Jesuit Order." (quoted from Nicholas N. Rivera)


The main resistence against the Vatican company were:

  • Switserland
  • France
  • Germany
    • Martin Luther (was he a Rosicrucian pawn?)
      • Reformation Day and the 95 theses (wikipedia: The 95 Theses)
        • "Some Protestants celebrate Reformation Day. This is the anniversary of 1517-OCT-31 CE (Note: 400 years later WWI is started), the day that Martin Luther's published his 95 theses. These were criticisms of beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic church, particularly related to the sale of indulgences. He is widely believed to have published them in a dramatic manner, by nailing them to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Actually, that never happened. He did write a letter to his superiors attacking the sale of indulgences; the 95 theses were merely appended to the letter. This triggered for the Protestant Reformation, leading to a decades-long war in Europe, enmity between Catholics and Protestants, and the fracture of Christianity into thousands of individual faith groups."
        • Reformation Day versus Halloween disinformation?
        • Reformation - as described in the Catholic Encyclopedia
  • Netherlands
  • Scandinavia
  • England (see also: Thomas More)

One of the largest setbacks of the Vatican empire was the Reformation. (Todo: Enlightenment -> Reformation -> Counter-Reformation)

  • 1592-1600: Spanish and Portugese discoveries of the America's.


  • ~1600-1790: Early North American migrations
    • See also: "The Migration to North America"
    • The main reason for these migrations were to get away from Roman Catholic oppression and prosecutions in Europe.
    • These people were mostly puritans/protestants who were aware of the State/Church corruption in own region. Most of the early settlers were from East Anglican parts of England (Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Kent, and East Sussex), but later Dutch and German puritans followed.
    • See also: Quakers (from 1680), Yankees
    • todo: Irish famine (most of the weak harvest production went to England!), after which the starving catholic wanted to be shipped to the US by the Jesuits.
  • 1609:
    • Second Charter of Virginia
    • "Start of the general Spanish colonial strategy of building reductions in order to "civilise" and catechise the native populations of South America." from Jesuit Reductions
      • The Vatican/Jesuits were already controlling large parts of South America, and derived wealth from indigenous commune labor and mining.
  • 1618-1648: Thirty Years' War
    File:Religious europe 1618.jpg
    Religious situation in Europe in 1618. [4]
    • "The Thirty Years' War was fought principally on the territory of today's Germany, and involved most of the major European continental powers. Although it was from the outset a religious conflict between Protestants and Catholics, the rivalry between the Habsburg dynasty and other powers was also a central motive, as shown by the fact that Catholic France under the de facto rule of Cardinal Richelieu supported the Protestant side in order to weaken the Habsburgs, thereby furthering France's position as the pre-eminent continental power. This increased the France-Habsburg rivalry which led later to direct war between France and Habsburg Spain."
  • 1639: Expulsion of the Jesuits from Japan
    • "Japan at the time was in civil war and daimyo rose and fell frequently. However, decentralization could also have helped the Jesuits in that there was no united force to expel or to fight against them. They were favored in one area or rejected in another, but not until the Tokugawa unified Japan was it able to enforce a complete expulsion edict." ... "Had the Jesuits remained contented to preach religion perhaps expulsions and martyrdoms might have been avoided. The Jesuits as this time, however, were anything but humble missionaries. They meddled in politics, attempted to influence trade to their own advantage, and even attempted to rule." ... "When the Tokugawa finally unified the country, one of its first acts was to expel the Christians. Of course, I hope no one in this seminar will confuse this with a 'closed door' policy!" [18]
  • 1641-1649: "The massacre of the poor Irish protestants on October 23rd 1641 - the Feast of Ignatius Loyola. How fitting a day for a massacre by these bloodthirsty swine. It is estimated that 150,000 Irish Protestants were butchered in the streets and in their homes. This slaughter took place over an eight-year period." [19]
  • 1665-1667: Second Anglo-Dutch War
      • "England tried to end the Dutch domination of world trade. After initial English successes, the war ended in a Dutch victory. English and French resentment, however, would soon lead to renewed warfare."
  • 1678-1681: Exclusion Bill crisis: This bill sought to exclude the king's brother and heir presumptive, James II of England, from the throne of England because he was Catholic. The Tories were opposed to this exclusion, while the "Country party", who were soon to become known as the Whigs, supported it.
  • 1685: Dragonnades
    • In October 1685, King Louis XIV of France issued the Edict of Fontainebleau, which was part of a program of persecution that closed Huguenot churches and schools. This policy escalated the harassment of religious minorities since the dragonnades created in 1681 in order to intimidate Huguenots into converting to Catholicism. As a result, a large number of Protestants — estimates range from 210,000 to 900,000 — left France over the next two decades..." "......"Dragonnades" was a French policy instituted by Louis XIV in 1681 to intimidate Huguenot families into either leaving France or re-converting to Catholicism...... This policy involved billeting ill-disciplined dragoons in Protestant households. With the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, Louis XIV withdrew the privileges and toleration that Protestant Huguenots in France had been guaranteed under the edict for nearly 87 years, and ordered the destruction of Huguenot churches and the closure of Huguenot schools. With the edict revoking religious toleration, Louis XIV combined legal persecution with the policy of terrorising recalcitrant Huguenots who refused to convert to Catholicism by billeting dragoons in their homes and instructing the soldiers to harass and intimidate the occupants to persuade them to either convert to the state religion or to emigrate [20]. On January 17, 1686, Louis XIV claimed the Protestant population of 800,000-900,000, had been reduced to 1,000–1,500 in France. However, the campaign turned out to be detrimental to France's economy because the Huguenots who chose to flee possessed skills such as silkweaving, clock-making, silversmithing, and optometry, and became a valuable addition to the economy of the countries to which they fled. [21]


  • 1750:
    • Jesuit suppression by Portugal
      • "The conflicts began with trade disputes. In 1750 in Portugal, in 1755 in France, and in the late 1750's in the Two Sicilies. In 1758 the government of Joseph I of Portugal took advantage of the waning powers of Pope Benedict XIV and deported Jesuits from America after a relocating the Jesuits and their native workers, and then fighting a brief conflict, formally suppressing the order in 1759. In 1762 the Parliament of France, a court, not a legislature, affirmed a ruling against the society in a huge bankruptcy case, under pressure from a host of groups - from within the Church to secular intellectuals to the king's mistress. Austria and the two Sicilies suppressed the order by decree in 1767." - from Suppression of the Jesuits
  • 1754:
    • The Jesuits write the first 25 rites of Scottish Rite freemasonry. Freemasonry publisher "C. Lenning" stated that James II of England, after his flight to France in 1688, resided at the Jesuit College of Clermont, where his followers fabricated certain degrees for the purpose of carrying out their political ends.
  • 1768:
    • Jesuits expelled from Malta and their property transferred to the papal Military Order of Malta. [23]
      • The Military Order of Malta takes refuge within the royal court of Russia, until they are made subordinate to the Jesuit Order in Russia using Napoleon's invasion of Russia| in the 1812 (part of the Jesuits Napoleonic Wars). The Military Order of Malta will be openly expelled by Lenin in 1917.
  • 1789:
    • 1789-1799: French Revolution
      • "was a period of political and social upheaval in the political history of France and Europe as a whole, during which the French governmental structure, previously an absolute monarchy with feudal privileges for the aristocracy and Catholic clergy, underwent radical change to forms based on Enlightenment principles of democracy, citizenship, and inalienable rights."


  • 1804-1815: Napoleonic Wars
    • "So, you have the alignment with the Jesuit Order and the most powerful Freemason they had in the craft, Fredrick the Great, during their suppression. That is an irrefutable conclusion. And then, when you see the Napoleonic Wars, the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars carried out by Freemasonry, everything Napoleon did, and the Jacobins, whatever they did, completely benefited the Jesuit Order. It's to this end that Alexander Dumas wrote his The Count Of Monte Cristo. The Count is the Jesuit General, Monte=Mount, Cristo=Christ. The Count of the Mount of Christ. Alexander Dumas was talking about the Jesuit General getting vengeance when the Jesuits were suppressed, and many of them were consigned to an island, three hours sailing, West, off the coast of Portugal. And so, when the Jesuits finally regained their power, they punished all of the monarchs of Europe who had suppressed the Jesuits, drove them from their thrones, including the Knights of Malta from Malta, using Napoleon." [25]
    • 1812: Napoleon's invasion of Russia
      • "Napoleon arrived back in France with his Grande Armée reduced by 570,000 of his best soldiers. Alliances were quickly formed against him and he was forced to abdicate. He eventually made a comeback and finally met his Waterloo on June 18, 1815... This put an end to the Jesuits dream of conquering Russia until the 20th century." [26]


  • 1810:
    • "Titles of Nobility amendment": a (supposedly) unratified proposed amendment to the United States Constitution. It forbids US presidents from using royal titles (such as king, queen, prince, baron).
      • "The United States Senate approved the measure by a vote of 19 to 5 on April 27, 1810. It was then adopted by the House of Representatives with a vote of 87 to 3 on May 1, 1810. After its passage in the Congress, the TONA was presented to the state legislatures for ratification as prescribed by Article V of the Constitution. This still-pending proposed amendment is known to have been ratified by the legislatures of the following 12 states: Maryland in 1810, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Vermont in 1811, as well as by Massachusetts on February 27, 1812, and by New Hampshire on December 9, 1812." .. "Today, with 50 states in the Union, it would take the approvals of legislators in a minimum of 38 states to achieve ratification." ... "Thus, the legislatures of at least 26 more states would have to ratify the TONA in order for it to become part of the American Constitution." (True? or were the other ratifications destroyed in the US-UK war of 1812?)
  • 1814:
    • Jesuits are revived by a Papal Bull, 41 years after their Papal suppression in 1773. Thanks to their military agent Napoleon, the Jesuit Order is now in complete control of the Vatican.


  • 1822:
    • Congress of Verona - drafts the secret Treaty of Verona ([29])
      • This was a large-scale conspiracy of the Vatican/Jesuits/Kings/Aristocrats to:
        • Overthrow independence of the new America and other independent regions.
        • Restrain freedom of the press (movable type publishing).
        • More cooperation between the state and the church bodies (to oppress the people).
  • 1823:
    • Monroe Doctrine - instated by President James Monroe
      • The Holy Alliance: to stop the economic and religious corruption in the South (Mexico)
      • The Irish famine was created for the purpose of pushing more catholic into the new America.
  • 1829:
    • Jesuits expelled from England



  • ....: President Abraham Lincoln meets Charles Chiniquy (a former priest who speaks about the Jesuit/aristocratic conspiracy)
    • Lincoln begins to realize that a Vatican religious take-over is the real threat to the free people.
    • Samuel Wells Morris visited Italy and realized the creation of an antagonism, consisting of a of war between the South (production economy, slave labor) and the North (trade/transport economy).
  • 1848:
    • Jesuits expelled from Switzerland


  • 1858:
    • "The success of the British branch (N M Rothschild & Sons) was also spectacular. The son of Nathan, Lionel, in 1858 became the first Jewish member of the upper house of parliament, the House of Lords. His descendant, Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild, the former chief of the British branch who is now aged 75, had privileged relations with the former prime minister Margaret Thatcher." [30]


  • 18611865: American civil war
    • The civil war was mainly driven by Vatican/Jesuit/Aristocratic elitist interests. See also: "Secrets of the Bank of England Revealed at Last"
    • 1863: "Syllabus of Errors"
      • "... a document issued by Holy See under Pope Pius IX' on December 8, 1864, Feast of the Immaculate Conception, on the same day as the Pope's encyclical Quanta Cura. It was very controversial in its time and remains so to this day, because it condemned concepts such as freedom of religion and the separation of church and state."
      • Papacy: "The US free states are against God"
  • 1864:
    • Suriname slave labour was only abolished in 1863, placing the Netherlands among the last European countries to do so. (Spanish-controlled Cuba and Puerto Rico had slaves until 1880 and 1873, respectively.) However, slaves were not released until 1873. After that, laborers were imported from the Dutch East Indies (modern Indonesia) and India.


  • 1870:
    • 1870-1945: Between those years France and Germany fought three wars: Franco-Prussian War, WW I and WW II
      • 1870-1871: Franco-Prussian War
        • "The thorough Prussian and German victory brought about the final unification of the German Empire under King William I of Prussia. It also marked the downfall of Napoleon III and the end of the Second French Empire, which was replaced by the Third Republic. As part of Treaty of Frankfurt, the territory of Alsace-Lorraine was taken by Prussia to become a part of Germany, which it would retain until after World War I. The conflict was a culmination of years of tension between the two powers, which finally came to a head over the issue of a Hohenzollern candidate for the vacant Spanish throne, following the Glorious Revolution of Spain deposition of Queen Isabella II in 1868."
        • "... each war escalating in destructive magnitude, political scope and geographic extent. The primary reason for these wars was strategic and political: a dynamic and increasingly powerful Germany expanding into the sphere of influence of a declining French empire. However, for either country to achieve its political aims it required an industry capable of producing and powering the tools of geopolitical expansion: ships, guns and railroads. Essential to this industry were coal and steel. The control of natural resources essential for war-making, specifically the coal and iron ore of the upper and lower Rhineland, was one of the primary aims of both the wars and the peace settlements that followed each. Indeed, the it was the struggle for resources in the peace settlements that fueled further conflict." [31]
  • 1871:
    • 1871-1872: Jesuits expelled from Italy
    • 1871-1878: Kulturkampf: The culture struggle" refers to German policies in relation to secularity and the influence of the Roman Catholic Church, enacted from 1871 to 1878 by the Chancellor of the German Empire, Otto von Bismarck. The 1871 Kanzelparagraf marked the beginning of a series of sanctions against Catholicism that Bismarck imposed until 1875. See also: [32], [33], [34], [35].
  • 1872:
    • Otto von Bismarck expels the Jesuits from Germany
      • As Minister-President of Prussia from 1862–1890, Otto von Bismarck engineered the unification of Germany.
      • "He planned for another war with the French thus working with General von Molte the Elder to devise the Schlieffen Plan." [36] (SMOM connection with the German Knight of Malta Alfred Graf von Schlieffen (1833–1913))?
      • "More severe anti-Roman Catholic laws of 1873 allowed the government to supervise the education of the Roman Catholic clergy, and curtailed the disciplinary powers of the Church." [37]


  • 1880:
    • Jesuits expelled from France



  • Research: Ottoman Empire history and split-up into various smaller and UK/US controlled states
    • Dubai: The Maktoum dynasty own all the land in Dubai. ([39])
    • ...


Cardinal Secretary Rafael Merry del Val‎, Monsignori Eugenio Pacelli and Nicola Canali at the 1914 signing of the Serbian concordat underneath the picture of Pope Pius X.
  • 1914-1918: World War I (todo)
    • "Most historians agree that the first World War was triggered by the Serbian Concordat of June 1914. Eugenio Pacelli was the Concordat's acknowledged author, but Vladimir Ledochowski had authority, means, and requirement to ghost it." [45]
      • "From the book: "Il papato e l'Europa, Di Gabriele De Rosa, Giorgio Cracco" The Concordat with Serbia was signed on the 24 June 1914 in Rome by state secretary Merry del Val and by Serbian minister at Paris Milenko Vesnic . To assist at the signature the secretary (and true goshtwriter of the Concordat under the inspiration of his General Superior) of the Congregation for the Extraordinary Ecclesial affairs mosignor Eugenio Pacelli, etc. But the man who was the Vatican agent doing the 'physical' work on the battle field of the future (today) Vatican Balkan crusade was the priest Dionigi Cardon of Taggio, Liguria region of Italy, who dealt with travels in Romania and Serbia organizing missions with the support of diplomatic authority of Spain - the consul of Spain Dionisi Sarno di San Giorgio (from Naples) - a man that for 30 years teached in Belgrade!!! Dionisi Sarno helped Dionigi the priest to meet the minister for the Cults and Instruction of Serbia Ljubomir Jovanovic, and the Serbian minister agreed to support the Roman Catholic priest in his efforts to build Roman Catholic centres of missions!!! The the special agent priest Dionigi Cardon re-entered in the Evil base - Rome - and spoke about the succesful meeting with....... No, you are wrong, not directly with the Jesuits! (they are more fine!) but with the General Secretary of the Capuccini order, and you know from Phelps as the Jesuits disguised in the anti-Jesuit Russia as Capuccini and in a particular 'Orthodox' seminary in Tflisi....the former Jesuits church in Trieste is managed by Capuccini if I am not wrong). Then the page on Google books has been deleted (?) and from page 367 you go directly to the page 369,.... Then at page 371 they say that Austria refused to accept the idea of the concordate and exercising ancient imperial privilegies appointed Nedjeljko Primus as bishop in Belgrade. Page 372: the Vatican pressed Austria to tolerate the concordate saying that it could have helped to limit the Russian influential policy on the Slavs of the AUstrian empire, as they from day to day were claiming autonomy and independence from Vienna (meanwhile the priest of Rome were inciting the flames of the Slavic Roman Catholic lead nationalism inside the same Austrian empire!!! I can give you entire lists of priests and bishops who created the modern Slovenian culture in the XIX century!!!!)." [46]
    • See also: [47], [48], [49].
    • May 7, 1915: RMS Lusitania synthetic terror attack
    • Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria) versus the Allies of World War I ("Entente Powers", led by France, the Russian Empire, the British Empire, Italy and the United States. France, Russia, the United Kingdom and its Commenwealth empire)
    • Wlodimir Ledochowski becomes the 26th Jesuit superior general, ruling from 1915 to 1942. See more background on his war actions.
  • 1917-1922: Bolshevik Revolution (or "Russian Revolution of 1917"), after which the Jesuits were readmitted into Russia in 1922:
    • "The October Revolution in Russia refers to a revolution that began with a coup d'etat traditionally dated to October 25, 1917. It was the second phase of the overall Russian Revolution of 1917, after the February Revolution of the same year. The October Revolution overthrew the Russian Provisional Government and gave the power to the Soviets dominated by Bolsheviks. It was followed by the Russian Civil War (1917–1922) and the creation of the Soviet Union in 1922. (wikipedia)
    • "Lenin converted the USSR to the Jesuit authored Gregorian Calendar in 1923. The Jesuits via the Cecils brought about the Bolshevik Revolution." (See also: Lord Cecil -> Fabian Socialists -> British Labor Party -> British SIS) [50]
    • Many Orthodox Catholics, who did not respect the Vatican's supremacy in Russia, were mass murdered by the Bolsheviks.
    • The Military Order of Malta is openly expelled by Lenin in 1917. (todo: verify with sources)


  • 1929:
    • Great Depression: "a worldwide economic downturn starting in most places in 1929 and ending at different times in the 1930s or early 1940s for different countries. It was the largest and most important economic depression in modern history"
      • "In October of 1929 three Irish Roman Catholics on the New York Stock Exchange “sold short,” hundreds of margin calls crashing the market. According to Curtis Dahl, FDR’s son-in-law, they were Ben Strong (head of the Federal Reserve), Tom Bragg and Joseph Kennedy. Hundreds of millions of hard-earned, real dollars had been invested in the market at the behest and encouragement of Dupont multimillionaire, Knight of Malta John J. Raskob. The calculated crash, resulting in the Great Depression, enabled the Jesuits to buy up all bankrupted businesses of interest on Wall Street for pennies on the dollar. The funds came from fascist Mussolini who had given the Vatican nearly 100 million dollars via the Lateran Treaty of March, 1929, as reparations for the loss of the Pope’s Temporal Power from 1870 to 1929. With this backdrop, we can now understand why the Order used its CFR member and 33rd Degree Freemason President Franklin Roosevelt to remove the nation’s gold coins from circulation in 1933 (Executive Order 6102) and to institute the US Social Security System in 1934 as part of the Black Pope’s socialist “New Deal,” then supported by radio priest, Jew-baiter and Jesuit coadjutor, Charles Coughlin." - Eric Jon Phelps
    • Lateran Pacts: Vatican is declared an independent state by fascist ruler of Italy Benito Mussolini.
    • Soviet Union institutes gun control. From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.


  • 1931: Renouncing of the Queen Isabella's Concordat of 1851 [52]
    • "the secular constitution of the Second Republic imposed a series of anticlerical measures that threatened the church's very existence in Spain and provoked its support for the Francisco Franco-led uprising five years later."
  • 1933:
    • Reichstag fire (February 27): A staged terror attack on the German parliament building, which was falsely blamed on the German Communists, immediately followed by constitutional freedom shrinking legislation.
    • US gold confiscation (April 5, 1933, Executive Order 6102, signed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt)
      • "Law enforcement officials stood by the bank vaults, every citizen that went to the bank to open their deposit boxes was searched, if the boxes held bullion's they were confiscated on the spot. Other than that sheeple who misguidedly thought they were performing a patriotic duty stood in line to turn their gold in." [53]
      • See also: FDR audio transcription
    • Hitler - backed by wealthy industrials inside and outside Germany - gets national power and signs the Reichskonkordat with the Vatican (July 20)
  • "We must never forget that Pope Pius XII's "Open policy" was a bold-faced lie while his Secret policy was the true one. Though the Pope openly did not work with the SD/SS (as this would have been political suicide in the US), his secret policy was that he brought Hitler to power via American, British and German Knights of Malta. Further, his Cardinal in Munich, Michael von Faulhaber, brought Himmler to power via his control of the Bavarian House of Wittelsbach royal family, Prince Ruprecht also being a Roman Catholic Knight of Malta." [54]
  • 1935:
    • China establishes gun control. From 1948 to 1952, 20 million political dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • 1938:
    • Germany establishes gun control. From 1939 to 1945, millions of Jews and others who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.


  • 1945-1975: Vietnam War
    • 1959-1975: American-Vietnam war.
  • Various (todo):
    • Ukraine genocide
    • Ustashe
    • The Pink Swastika - Nazism and homosexuality
    • Masonic Judaism: Bank of England/Rothschild Israel actions.


  • Cold War, to create the perception of a potent enemy. This perception made it easy to create hegelian dialectic conflicts around the world.
    • todo: note New Zealand cold war submarine cafe's in remote area's
    • Todo: NATO, EC/EU, China's fascist-communist Mao Zedong project, etc.
  • 1955: "Treaty for the re-establishment of an independent and democratic Austria" - signed in Vienna
  • 1956:
    • Cambodia establishes gun control. From 1975 to 1977, one million people, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.


  • todo:
    • Beatles & Tavistock
    • 1959-1975: Vietnam War
    • LSD and the CIA
  • 1963:
    • Assassination of JFK
  • 1964:
    • Guatemala establishes gun control. From 1964 to 1981, 100,000 Mayan Indians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
    • Gulf of Tonkin hoax during the Vietnam War.
  • 1969:
    • Jesuits expelled from Iraq
      • "The government subsequently took control of Baghdad College on August 24, 1969 and gave the remaining 33 Jesuits three days to leave Iraq. In total, 145 Jesuits worked at Baghdad College. ... Baghdad College has remained a public institution since the Jesuit expulsion, and has retained its elite status [57] (See also: "A Reason for Revenge?")


  • 1970:
    • Uganda establishes gun control. From 1971 to 1979, 300,000 Christians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1971: The US Federal Reserve goes of the gold standard. See also the Bretton Woods system.

1972: "the United States gave the Bryant Chucking Grinder Company authorization for a shipment of precision miniature ball-bearing grinders to the Soviet Union, which later proved to be used in Soviet guided ballistic missiles. Other CoCom states had also shipped similar types of equipment to the Soviet Union." [58].

1975-1977: Ethiopian Civil War


  • 1984: President Ronald Reagan appaints William A. Wilson, an American diplomat and businessman from Los Angeles, as the first (or re-instigation?) United States Ambassador to the Vatican.


  • Yugoslavia war (Serbia, Croatia, Kosovo...)
  • to research: "In the 90s a Swiss clerk was ordered to burn secret archival government logs in a furnace. He looked at them, hid them... kept them. What many of those books contained were transactions between Hitler & the vatican - including carloads of gold sent to the pope from the teeth of concentration camp victims. The clerk released documents to the press. It was suppressed by the Swiss government, the U.S. government and the Vatican. The clerk was prosecuted." [59]


  • 2001: 9/11
  • US war on terrorism hoax propaganda
  • 200?: GW Bush becomes the first(?) US president ever to visit the Pope in the Vatican! Perhaps he's the first real Catholic US president? (JFK - a Catholic - went against the Pope's temporal power claims)


  • todo:
    • Printing press introduction -> books
    • Radio introduction
    • TV and cinema introductions
    • Contraceptives (and other forms of birth control)
    • Development and funding of: Left/right political paradigm, Womens rights, Feminist movements, Gay rights, Abortion