Friday, October 31, 2008

The Jesuit/Illuminati Connection To The Vatican -- A Very Unpopular Reality For Roman Catholicism

The following are two important Websites regarding the Jesuit/Illuminati control over the Vatican, and how they came to corrupt this institution. This is an extremely unpopular subject -- an abjectly inconvenient truth which is certain to cause much controversy amongst those Roman Catholics who are open minded enough to take it into consideration. However, many will refuse to do so, being completely steeped in such religious doctrine, and understandably, quite fearful of broaching this subject.

As I have routinely stated in the past, I remain extremely concerned over the Illuminati's control of religious doctrine for the express purpose of brainwashing the public, in efforts to propagate a collective "herd mentality" mindset. And the contents within the secret "Verona Treaty of 1822" (which can be found below) are a prime illustration for such concerns.

The Jesuit Connection To The Vatican:

Also see:

The Black Pope

Note the recent attack on Eric John Phelps, author of the following article. To tell such unpopular truths in the modern day world is to place both your reputation and life at risk. After all, it's not like the Roman Catholic Church hasn't ostracized (and even murdered) many of those who've challenged its edicts over the past two millennia. And as for the Jesuits, they are both the founders of the Illuminati and the most formidable human organization in the world; having infiltrated every aspect of our global society, including mainstream religions. As such, they remain an inherently dangerous force to be reckoned with.

Also see the SECRET Treaty Of Verona:

The SECRET Treaty Of Verona - November 22, 1822

Page 6781

25 April 1916

I wish to put in the RECORD the secret treaty of Verona of November 22, 1822, showing what this ancient conflict is between the rule of the few and the rule of the many. I wish to call the attention of the Senate to this treaty because it is the threat of this treaty which was the basis of the Monroe doctrine. It throws a powerful white light upon the conflict between monarchial government and government by the people. The Holy Alliance under the influence of Metternich, the Premier of Austria, in 1822, issued this remarkable secret document :

[American Diplomatic Code, 1778 - 1884, vol. 2 ; Elliott, p. 179.]


The undersigned, specially authorized to make some additions to the treaty of the Holy Alliance, after having exchanged their respective credentials, have agreed as follows :

ARTICLE 1. The high contracting powers being convinced that the system of representative government is equally as incompatible with the monarchial principles as the maxim of the sovereignty of the people with the high divine right, engage mutually in the most solemn manner, to use all their efforts to put an end to the system of representative governments, in whatever country it may exist in Europe, and to prevent its being introduced in those countries where it is not yet known.

ART. 2. As it can not be doubted that the liberty of the press is the most powerful means used by the pretended supporters of the rights of nations to the detriment of those princes, the high contracting parties promise reciprocally to adopt all proper measures to suppress it, not only in their own states but also in the rest of Europe.

ART. 3. Convinced that the principles of religion contribute most powerfully to keep nations in the state of passive obedience which they owe to their princes, the high contracting parties declare it to be their intention to sustain in their respective States those measures which the clergy may adopt, with the aim of ameliorating their own interests, so intimately connected with the preservation of the authority of the princes ; and the contracting powers join in offering their thanks to the Pope for what he has already done for them, and solicit his constant cooperation in their views of submitting the nations.

ART. 4. The situation of Spain and Portugal unite unhappily all the circumstances to which this treaty has particular reference. The high contracting parties, in confiding to France the care of putting an end to them, engaged to assist her in the manner which may the least compromit them with their own people and the people of France by means of a subsidy on the part of the two empires of 20,000,000 of francs every year from the date of the signature of this treaty to the end of the war.

ART. 5. In order to establish in the Peninsula the order of things which existed before the revolution of Cadiz, and to insure the entire execution of the articles of the present treaty, the high contracting parties give to each other the reciprocal assurance that as long as their views are not fulfilled, rejecting all other ideas of utility or other measure to be taken, they will address themselves with the shortest possible delay to all the authorities existing in their States and to all their agents in foreign countries, with the view to establish connections tending toward the accomplishment of the objects proposed by this treaty.

ART. 6. This treaty shall be renewed with such changes as new circumstances may give occasion for, either at a new congress or at the court of one of the contracting parties, as soon as the war with Spain shall be terminated.

ART. 7. The present treaty shall be ratified and the ratifications exchanged at Paris within the space of six months.

Made at Verona the 22d November, 1822.
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