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Saturday, November 21, 2015


“If there is a Hell, Rome is built upon it. It is an Abyss from whence all sins proceed.” - Martin Luther

"This … Godless society operates in an extremely efficient manner at least in its higher levels of leadership. It makes use of every possible means at its disposal, be they scientific, technical, social or economic. It follows a perfectly mapped-out strategy. It holds almost complete sway in international organizations, in financial circles, in the field of mass communications; press, cinema, radio and television."  -

"The Jesuit Order is the most dangerous organization in the World today. It was originally created by the Vatican to counter reformation movements in Europe. In 1814 it took complete control of the Vatican.

Many have come to the conclusion that “the Jews run it all”. There is no denying that the corporate media is vastly dominated by Jewish business men, that Israel manipulates the American government through AIPAC, that the British Monarchy is intertwined with Jewish banking interests (Rothschild finance dynasty) and so on. In order for the true controllers to remain hidden, a patsy must be put in place. This is where Israel and Zionism fits into the picture.

The Jesuit Order is the head of the serpent. It controls the Military Order of Malta (Knights of Malta), The Knights of Columbus, The United Nations, the European Union, NATO (the modern day Holy War Crusaders), various central banks including the World Bank, the IMF and the Federal Reserve Bank, big corporations, secret services like the CIA, and numerous secret societies such as Freemasonary, The Bilderberg Group, Skull and Bones, Council on Foreign Relations and The Trilateral Commission.

What they don’t have yet but want is complete control over the United States. They have agents inside the United States who are now working to destroy and conquer the United States and its Liberal thinking people. This brings me to explaining the title of this article. The Jesuit Knights of Malta are planning on detonating several nukes in the United States before the 10th anniversary of 9/11 – the first large scale attack against the United States by the Knights of Malta." - Extracted from Vatican’s own Jesuit Knights of Malta planning to detonate nukes in the United States

"Choose any war, revolution, assassination, religious persecution, plague, poisoning, etc., etc,. for the past 500 years, and you can be sure that it can be traced right back to the Jesuits and their general, the Black Pope.

Of the 30 black popes, 33% are Romans (Italians); 27% are Spanish; the rest are all Europeans (Greater Romans). Never a Jewish, Arab, French, English, Portuguese, Irish, American, Australian, Canadian, Asian, or African Black Pope!" -

Moret & Battis: Jesuits behind 1979 Iranian crisis and 2015 Jade Helm to destroy US constitution

Leuren Moret & Laurens Battis: Jesuits behind 1979 Iranian hostage crisis and 2015 Jade Helm to destroy US constitution How Richmond CA’s Space Preservation Act Resolution can deconstruct the Jesuit-Pope-Obama End Game and create a positive future...MORE. Click HERE.

Monday, November 16, 2015

The Winds of Change in the Hand of GOD of Israel.

Do you know where did the name PHILIPPINES came from? And what kind of a person this Phillip II of Spain was? To the blinded people of the Islands now we call THE PHILIPPINES I'd like to share to you that although this King Phillip II is highly regarded by the Roman Catholic world as a hero, but to many he was a cruel evil man who was a murderer and a man used by Satan to make the foundation and beginnings of the 16th Century New World Order...

Monarch Profile: King Felipe II of Spain

The monarch whose reign has traditionally been used to mark the zenith of Spanish power was King Felipe II. Although the Spanish empire would reach its peak size much later it was under Felipe II when Spain came the closest to upsetting the rise of England (and thus later Britain) in her rise to dominate the oceans. Given the numerous foes on multiple fronts King Felipe II faced it is difficult to imagine that he, or anyone, could have triumphed over them all completely. However, it is no exaggeration to say that, to a considerable extent, Felipe II saved Roman Catholic Christendom from almost total collapse from the combined threats of Protestantism in northern Europe and Muslim expansion in the Mediterranean. He is rightly remembered by Catholics even today as one of the great champions of the Counter-Reformation. However, because he came so close to defeating England but was unsuccessful, the image of him that has been propagated in the English-speaking world is that of a cruel and villainous tyrant. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth, though the values of his time were certainly not those of today, and would come as a surprise to King Felipe II himself who considered one of his greatest flaws to be overly sensitive.

Felipe II was born on May 21, 1527 in Valladolid to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V (King Carlos I of Spain) and his queen Isabella of Portugal. He grew up at the Spanish court and was culturally always Spanish first and foremost whereas his father had always been a bit more cosmopolitan, growing up in Belgium and spending much of his time in Germany. The glory of Spain and the defense of the Catholic Church were, from his childhood throughout his life, the two dominant priorities in his heart. This is not that surprising considering the example of his father, Emperor Charles V, who saw himself as the great champion of Catholic Christendom and who retired, renouncing the royal life to spend his final years in prayer. Of course, the Emperor had at times been at odds with the Catholic hierarchy, even waging a bitter and horrific war on the Pope himself. In the same way, though to a lesser extent, depending on the political situation, Felipe II would also at times have an adversarial relationship with certain popes. The Inquisition was going strong in Spain under Felipe II and it sometimes seemed to him that even the Pope was not ‘Catholic enough’. He has since been criticized for his burning of heretics but, one must remember, such measures did spare Spain the horrific and bloody religious wars fought by France, Germany and to a lesser degree in the British Isles. In terms of human life, the Inquisition was comparatively very cost effective. - PLS CLICK HERE to Continue reading.

"Philip's foreign policies were determined by a combination of Catholic fervour and dynastic objectives. He considered himself the chief defender of Catholic Europe, both against the Ottoman Turks and against the forces of the Protestant Reformation. He never relented from his fight against heresy, defending the Catholic faith and limiting freedom of worship within his territories.[3] These territories included his patrimony in the Netherlands, where Protestantism had taken deep root. Following the Revolt of the Netherlands in 1568, Philip waged a campaign against Dutch heresy and secession. It also dragged in the English and the French at times and expanded into the German Rhineland with the Cologne War. This series of conflicts lasted for the rest of his life. Philip's constant involvement in European wars took a significant toll on the treasury and played a huge role in leading the Crown into economic difficulties and even bankruptcies.

In 1588, the English defeated Philip's Spanish Armada, thwarting his planned invasion of the country to reinstate Catholicism. But the war continued for the next sixteen years, in a complex series of struggles that included France, Ireland and the main battle zone, the Low Countries. It would not end until all the leading protagonists, including himself, had died. Earlier, however, after several setbacks in his reign and especially that of his father, Philip did achieve a decisive victory against the Turks at the Lepanto in 1571, with the allied fleet of the Holy League, which he had put under the command of his illegitimate brother, John of Austria. He also successfully secured his succession to the throne of Portugal." - Philip II of Spain From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Elizabeth I and the Spanish Armada; the Apothecaries painting,[57] sometimes attributed to Nicholas Hilliard.[58] A stylised depiction of key elements of the Armada story: the alarm beacons, Queen Elizabeth at Tilbury, and the sea battle at Gravelines.[59]
Defeat of the "Invincible" Spanish Armada

"Pope Sixtus V was delighted with the destruction of the "Invincible" Armada!!

Believe it or not, the reigning White Pope, Sixtus V, greatly admired the courage and intelligence of Queen Elizabeth and even wished he could marry her. Here is a quote from a pro-Spanish English writer:

In Rome the shrewd, vigorous, tactless, uneducated Sixtus had just succeeded his old enemy Gregory as Pope. He greeted the news of Mary's death with lamentation, but added in an aside about Elizabeth: 'What a valiant woman—she braves the two greatest kings by land and sea. A pity we cannot marry, she and I, for our children would have ruled the world!' To the Spanish Ambassador he repeated his promise to give Philip one million ducats as soon as Spanish soldiers landed on English soil, but would not advance a single one by way of a forward loan. (Graham, The Spanish Armadas, p. 67).

When news of the doomed Armada finally reached Rome, Pope Sixtus refused to pay the promised one million ducats (about 1 billion dollars or 1/6 of the cost of the Armada). A satire or lampoon was posted in Rome about the Pope's attitude to the loss of the Armada:

When the news of the Armada's failure arrived in Rome, there was posted up a pasquilade, in which Sixtus was made to offer, out of the plenitude of his power, a thousand years' indulgence to anyone who would give him information respecting the whereabouts of the Spanish fleet: whether it had been taken up into heaven, or had descended into hell; whether it was hanging in mid air, or was still tossing on the ocean. (Wylie, History of Protestantism, vol. II, p. 460)."  - Extracted from


Spain led the Holy League to defeat the Muslim Ottoman Turkish navy at the Battle of Lepanto near Corinth, Greece, in 1571

Hilaire Belloc wrote in “The Great Heresies” (1938): “This violent Mohammedan pressure on Christendom from the East made a bid for success by sea as well as by land. The last great Turkish organization working now from the conquered capital of Constantinople, proposed to cross the Adriatic, to attack Italy by sea and ultimately to recover all that had been lost in the Western Mediterranean. There was one critical moment when it looked as though the scheme would succeed. A huge Mohammedan armada fought at the mouth of the Gulf of Corinth against the Christian fleet at Lepanto. The Christians won that naval action and the Western Mediterranean was saved. But it was a very close thing, and the name of Lepanto should remain in the minds of all men with a sense of history as one of the half dozen great names in the history of the Christian world.”

Spain successfully saved western civilization from being overrun by Islam by defeating the Ottoman navy, but rather than following up on this victory and freeing the rest of the Mediterranean from Muslim control, Spain sent its invincible Spanish Armada on May 19, 1588, to capture England.

Consisting of 130 ships with 1,500 brass guns and 1,000 iron guns, carrying 8,000 sailors and 18,000 soldiers, they were planning on picking up another 30,000 more soldiers from the Spanish Netherlands.

Wearing armor, Queen Elizabeth rallied England with her most famous speech, Aug. 9, 1588: “Let tyrants fear, I have always so behaved myself, that under God I have placed my chiefest strength and safeguard in the loyal hearts and goodwill of my subjects. … I am come amongst you … resolved, in the midst and heat of battle, to live or die amongst you all – to lay down for my God, and for my kingdoms, and for my people, my honour and my blood even in the dust. I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king – and of a King of England too, and think foul scorn that Parma or Spain, or any prince of Europe, should dare to invade the borders of my realm. … By … your valour in the field, we shall shortly have a famous victory over those enemies of my God, of my kingdom, and of my people.” - Continue READING click HERE.

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