They say all roads lead to Rome and no truer words were ever spoken.
Updated: December 25th, 2015
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“In the book, Hitler’s Pope, John Cornwall’s chronicles the life of Eugenio Pacelli, Pope Pius XII. Pacellli was arguably the most dangerous churchman in modern history. As Pontiff during World War II, not only did he fail to speak out against Hitler’s Final Solution, but he personally made the Final Solution possible!
In the first decade of the twentieth century, Pacelli was a brilliant Vatican lawyer who helped shape a new ideology of unprecedented papal power. As papal nuncio in Munich and Berlin in the 1920’s, he used cunning and moral blackmail to impose Rome’s power on Germany. In 1933, he negotiated a treaty with Hitler, the Reich Concordat, which ensured that the Nazis would rise unopposed by the most powerful Catholic community in the world-sealing, by Hitler’s own admission, the fate of the Jews in Europe.
How could Eugenio Pacelli possibly have gotten away with such cunning, especially since we know that he was in personal contact with the Rothschilds. Guy de Rothschild was his pen pal eight years before he became Pope. But wait… if Pacelli was Hitler’s Pope, and Hitler was a Rothschild… then he was Rothschild’s Pope!
How did Eugenio Pacelli become Rothschild’s Pope?
Eugenio Pacelli was described routinely, during his pontificate and after his death, as a member of the Black Nobility. The Black Nobility were a small group of aristocratic families of Rome who had stood by the popes following the seizure of their dominions in the bitter struggle for the creation of the nation-state of Italy… Pacelli’s father and grandfather before him owed their distinction to membership of the caste of lay Vatican lawyers in the service of the papacy.
The Pope did authorize the release of approximately 60 cases of Gold (over 1,000 gold bars) representing approximately $80 to $100 million (2006 US equivalent dollars) to travel with Archbishop Pacelli under the pretence of “60 cases of special foods for his delicate stomach”. However, that these funds, originally themselves obtained through crime were to never intended for the support of failing German government and military, but as funds to support anti-Communist political movements and sympathizers. Of establishing an unlawful enterprise for the purpose of crime (1920 – 1945): That Archbishop Pacelli later Pope Pius XII and the Jesuit order under the control of Superior General Wlodimir Ledochowski did help form the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (German Workers’ Party), abbreviated DAP, into the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP), also known as the Nazi Party as instructed to Adolf Hitler.
That Archbishop Pacelli (later Pope Pius XII) did mentor Hitler to join the DAP, did arrange form him to report to him regularly (at least each month, sometimes weekly) until Pacelli appointment of Vatican Cardinal Secretary of State in 1929 and did provide all the financial support and means for Hitler’s rise to Chairman of the NSDAP in 28 July 1921. Furthermore, that Archbishop Pacelli did use the gold brought in to Germany in 1917 to help fund the rapid expansion of the Nazi Party, including its first reform as a paramilitary organization in 1921.
Hitler attended several of these courses organized by Education and Propaganda Department (Dept Ib/P) of the Bavarian Reichswehr Group, Headquarters 4 under Captain Karl Mayr. It was here that he was singled out as a talented organizer and orator. It is also how he came to the attention of Archbishop Pacelli (later Pope Pius XII).
After being received personally by Archbishop Pacelli, Hitler became one of his protege from mid 1919 onwards, encouraging his promotion within the ranks of the Intelligence Unit of the Bavarian Reichswehr and his mission to infiltrate and report on the activities of the German Workers’ Party (DAP).
From late 1919 until he moved to Berlin in 1925, Hitler would meet with his mentor Pacelli every few weeks and update the Archbishop on the progress of his role and influence. Testimony as a “matter of fact” to the regular and clockwork meetings of Hitler and Pacelli were given by the housekeeper and friend of Pacelli for 41 years, Sister Pascalina Lehnert.
With the influence and direction of the powerful Pacelli, the influence and mission of Hitler changed dramatically from one of low-grade spy to the 55th fully fledged member of the German Workers’ Party (DAP), having been discharged from military intelligence service by March 1920.
In 1921, Pacelli ordered Hitler to convince the party to change its name to the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP), also known as the Nazi Party with him as Führer – a role to which he was confirmed on 28 July 1921. Later, the Jesuits wrote the lie in Mein Kampf that this strategic decision to change the party was made by erratic alcoholic and drug addict Dietrich Eckart. What is never mentioned is that Hitler came bearing millions of dollars seemingly out of “thin air” to turn a small eccletic band into a political movement.
Now with his protege in charge, Pacelli pushed for the Nazi Party to accelerate its transformation. Soon after being appointed Führer, Superior General Wlodimir Ledochowski provided Jesuit priests to Adolf Hitler in 1921 to establish a paramilitary wing to the NSDAP to be known as the Sturmabteilung (SA) also known as Storm Troopers first headed by Ernst Röhm.
Using the gold provided by Pacelli, the Nazis secured the first recruits of the SA who were then trained by the Jesuits in espionage, counter intelligence, assassination and propaganda.
In 1923, Hitler was ordered by Pacelli to emulate Mussolini and “march on Berlin” to overthrow the Government, starting with Munich. However, the Nazis were less organized and met stronger opposition than the Italians and never made it out of Munich.
Hitler hid for a time at the home of his Press agent and friend Ernst Hanfstaengl, also a close friend of the Roosevelts and William Randolph Hearst. He was eventually found, arrested, convicted and sent to Lansberg prison for five years.
While at Lansberg, the book Mein Kempf was written for Hitler by Bernhardt Staempfle S.J. with its release coordinated by Ernst Hanfstaengl. He was released in December 1924, having served less than one year of his sentence.
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Josef Stalin was born to influential Catholic parents Vissarion “Beso” Dzhugashvili and Ekaterina “Keke” Geladze. His father Beso was a successful and relatively wealthy local businessman. However, in later biographies, he is variously described as poor, dirt poor and a violent alcoholic.
Whatever the real truth, Josef was accepted into the Catholic Cappuchin run school at Gori. He graduated in 1892 first in his class and at the age of 14 he was accepted to enter the “Orthodox” Seminary of Tiflis (Tbilisi, Georgia), a Jesuit institution to be trained as a Jesuit priest.
In spite of contrary history written about the Jesuit run Seminary, the Jesuits remained in Russian territory after the order was banned by Alexander I in 1820, maintaining control of several institutions, including the Seminary of Tiflis.
Stalin himself openly admitted the Jesuit control of the institution in his famous interview with Jewish Journalist Emil Ludwig (Cohen):
While accounts of his time at Tiflis have been changed many times, it is universally accepted that Stalin was the star pupils of the Seminary. As a result, the events of 1899 remain shrouded in mystery.
The more credible and controversial conclusion is that Stalin did graduate from the Jesuit Seminary as a proper Jesuit priest, with his first assignment being to infiltrate and manage the Georgian underground against the Russian Tsarist Government.
Again, the fact that Stalin was awarded an academic position at the Tiflis Observatory gives credence to his Jesuit credentials and completed study. His double life as a secret leader of the May day uprising of 1901 less than 2 years from graduating from the Jesuit seminary attests to his skill as a key Jesuit agent.
After avoiding capture by the Tsarist Secret Police (Okhrana), Stalin fled to Batumi where he was hidden in safety by the Rothschild’s via one of their oil refineries located there. In 1902, when authorities learnt of his hiding place, the local Cossacks were ordered to capture him. However, the oil workers rallied behind Stalin with a number killed and arrested along with Stalin. Later this whole event was turned into Stalin rather than remaining in hiding, organizing a strike and arson against the oil refinery- all of which defies common sense of his circumstances.
In 1903, Stalin was exiled to Siberia for three years. However, a few months later the Jesuits managed to get false papers to the prison camp and free Stalin, who returned to Tiflis on January 4, 1904.
His new orders from the Jesuits was to start an underground paper called Credo, denouncing international Marxist ideology of Lenin in favour of the Facist Social-Democratic model of Roman Catholicism. Once the Russo-Japanese War started in February 1904, Stalin was active across Georgia in organizing resistance and focused attacks against the Mensheivik breakaway faction of the communists.
Lenin like most of the Bolsheviks regarded Stalin as a double agent of the Jesuits. Their most visible proof was the fact that Stalin had escaped death in prison and the extraordinary and unprecedented leniency given to him by the Tsarist Government – when agitators found guilty of a fraction of the actions of Stalin had been brutally tortured and killed. While the escapes and “near misses” are recorded about the life of Stalin, the fact that he was apparently the “luckiest revolutionary” of the 20th Century is not discussed.
By 1922, the Bolsheviks had won the Civil War, but left the whole country broke. The Rothschilds and the American Jesuit Bankers on Wall Street made a simple offer – they would help fund and bail out new new Soviet Union, providing Stalin was given a key role. Thus on April 3, 1922, Stalin was made General Secretary of the Central Commitee, a post hew subsequently grew to become the most powerful.
In spite of his position, Lenin still sought to thwart the influence of Stalin and in December 1923 it came to a head with Lenin planning to have Stalin finally eliminated. In January 1924, Jesuit Superior General Wlodimir Ledochowski gave the order to Stalin allowing him to kill Lenin and on January 21, 1924, Lenin was poisoned to death at the age of 53.
One of the earliest acts of Stalin was to begin the outlawing of the Russian Orthodox Church, allowing seized thousands of churches and schools to be handed over to the Catholic Church- a highly controversal program that has largely been unreported even to this day. By 1939, the Russian Orthodox Church was all but extinct.
There is a further and most disturbing note to this Catholic connection concerning the nature of the atrocities of Siberia. While it has been admitted by some historians that a number of concentration camps in Siberia had ovens to burn dead bodies, the lack of sufficient mass graves, even with the use of quick lime to destroy evidence has not been found.
This implies that the use of ovens for body disposal must have been in frequent use across the thousands of camps. Furthermore, that people were not dead when fed into the furnaces. Unlike the Nazis who at least used a nerve agent to render people unconscious but living before being fed into the furnaces of the death camps, it appears Stalin and Catholic Cardinal Agagianian had no need for such sensitivity.
Tens of millions of people burnt alive under Satanic Vatican rituals in Siberia – at least three times those of Catholic Dictator Hitler, and not a single book accounting for these major anomolies has made the light of day.
Towards the end of his life, there appears a major falling out between Stalin and the Catholic Church, with Stalin ordering extraordinary suppression orders against the Catholic Church in his final year, including the execution of Lubyanka General Alexander Poskrebyshev—who oversaw the hanging of Vlasov in the Lubyanka—and NKVD General Nicolai Vlasik.
Shortly thereafter, Stalin was poisoned and died on March 5, 1953.
That at the death of Fr. Joseph Stalin S. J. the leader of the Soviet Union in 1953, there was sufficient evidence both that Fr. Stalin was Catholic and had ordered some of the greatest atrocities of human history including reputedly the death of over 60,000,000 innocent people. That at no time since the end of Word War II until the present day has any Pope ever sought to excommunicate Fr. Stalin S. J. That such inaction, and deliberate concealement of his status even until his death of being a fully empowered Catholic priest and of even being Catholic by itself implies the tacit support of Stalin’s actions, regardless of any public statement by the Vatican to the contrary.”
In Croatia during world war II, the Ustashe nazi puppet government under Ante Pavelic (Butcher of the Balkans) and the jesuits threw off their robes and began one of the greatest slaughters in history killing one half million Serbs alone. Franciscan priests still celebrate his birthday annually. Many Ustashe returned to Croatia in 1991 to continue hostilities.
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Georgetown University the private Jesuit college is where you go to really get ahead however.
HRH Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, Prince of Denmark (MSFS 1995)
HRH Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark (SFS 2008), the third son and fifth child of King Constantine II of Greece and Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark (Queen Anne-Marie of Greece), the youngest daughter of King Frederick IX of Denmark and sister of the reigning Queen Margrethe II of Denmark
HH Prince Bernhard of Orange-Nassau, van Vollenhoven (SSCE 1988–1989), from the Dutch Royal Family, being cousin of the former Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
HRH Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg (SFS 1987), the third son and youngest child of Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxembourg
HM Felipe VI, King of Spain (MSFS 1995)
HRH Prince Turki bin Faisal Al Saud, son of the late King Faisal (SFS 1968)
HRH Mohammed bin Nawwaf bin Abdul Aziz (SFS 1981)
HRH Prince Hashim bin Al Hussein of Jordan (SFS 2005), the younger of the two sons of King Hussein and Queen Noor of Jordan, and half-brother of the reigning King Abdullah II of Jordan
HRH Prince Talal bin Muhammad of Jordan (SFS 1989, G 1989), the eldest son of Prince Muhammad bin Talal, the younger brother of King Hussein of Jordan, and the grandson of King Talal of Jordan
HRH Princess Ghida of Jordan (SFS 1986, G 1986)
HH Don Agustín de Iturbide y Green, Prince of Iturbide (C B.Phil.) – grandson of Don Agustín de Iturbide, the first Emperor of Mexico; became adopted son of Emperor Maximilian I and Empress Carlota of Mexico, from the House of Habsburg, and as the Emperors had no children, he became the heir to the throne; in exile (as Emperor Don Agustín III of Mexico, de jure) he taught Spanish and French at Georgetown for many years (died 1925).
See “BRITISH ACCREDITED REGISTRY” from Larry Becraft
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