Herman van Rompuy and Pope Francis both Jesuits


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Did you know Herman van Rompuy is a Jesuit?

Back in September of 2012, Van Rompuy spoke to the ‘Interreligious Dialogue‘ in Florence. The world press did not notice, but the newspaper ‘Katholiek Nieuwsblad’  quoted Van Rompuy as announcing: ‘We are all Jesuits’. The President of the European Council was referring to those prominent European leaders with whom he is developing the architecture for the future Europe. ‘It creates unbreakable ties. So there is a ‘Jesuits International‘,’ he is reported to have said proudly.

 

  • Did you know that Pope Francis is the first Jesuit to become pope?
  • Did you know that the day he rose to that esteemed office was 3-13-13?
  • Did you know that 3-13-13 is a palindrome with great occult symbolism?

…what are to make of this? – Well, let me see what I can come up with =)

Why should you care? – Because the “Holy Father” and “king of kings” is the visual head of the wealthiest and most powerful institution on earth, and is therefore the most powerful human being in public view. The Pope is second only to Jesuits of the fourth vow and their clandestine Superior General who is often referred to as “the black pope” (currently Reverend Father Adolfo Nicolás).

Why is this new Pope being called “the Black Pope?” – No, it isn’t to placate Dennis Rodman. The Superior General of the Society of Jesus is the official title of the leader of the Society of Jesus—known as the Jesuits. He is generally considered to as powerful as the Pope and is addressed as Father General (like a kind of religious military leader). The position sometimes carries the derogatory nickname of the Black Pope, perhaps after his simple black priest’s vestments, as contrasted to the white garb of the Pope or perhaps because the Superior General is believed to be involved in dark arts from Rosicrucian to Freemasonry.

Why the name Francis? – When Bergoglio was announced as the new pope, it was not immediately clear which of the many men called St. Francis he sought to honor. Some people guessed that Bergoglio took his new papal name from St. Francis Xavier, co-founder of the Society of Jesus, but according to official news reports (if they are to be believed) that name was intended to honor the Italian friar Francis of Assisi who founded the Franciscan Order.

Francis Xavier was born on April 7, 1506, in Spain. After finishing his preliminary studies in his native country, he traveled to Paris, where he met St. Ignatius Loyola, who would go on the found the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as the Jesuits. Francis Xavier was one of the original members to take the vow of poverty and chastity in 1534. Six years later, the order would be approved by Rome (and replacing the Dominicans as the “backbone” of the Inquisition).

old-tarot-death-166x300What is a palindrome? – A palindrome is a word, phrase, number, or other sequence of symbols or elements, whose meaning may be interpreted the same way in either forward or reverse direction. In the occult science of numerology it is said that, “He who understands the number 13 will be given power and dominion. It is a number of upheaval and destruction; a symbol of power which, if wrongly used, will wreak havoc and destruction upon itself.” In medieval England the standard fee of the hangman was 13 pence – a shilling and a penny. The number 13 became a number of fear and superstition among common people because the 13th card of the Tarot is the card of Death, and is pictured as a skeleton (the symbol of death) with a scythe reaping down men in a field of newly grown grass where young faces and heads appear cropping up on all sides. This image for Father Time became known as “The Grim Reaper.”

“Wow that was a big leap, you just linked the Grim Reaper with the Holy Father! ”

No, I was explaining why the number 13 has become so firmly associated in the popular mind with the notion of bad luck. It is easy to forget the fact that in the ancient mystic religions 13 was the characteristic number of participants in many orders and occult groups, including sacred meals – a fact reflected in the size of the original Nazarene Last Supper. And it can be clearly shown that 13 is not only the most cherished number of the United States.

The number 13 and America – Largely due to the influence of the Freemasons, we see the number 13 used over and over in early American history. Starting with the 13 colonies, the first national flag had 13 stars, and even today it still has 13 stripes. On the green side of the dollar bill there are 13 steps in the pyramid of the Great Seal. The motto above the pyramid, which reads “Annuit Coeptis,” has 13 letters; the eagle on the right side has a ribbon in its beak that bears the motto “E pluribus unum,” which contains 13 letters. The eagle has 13 tail feathers, and on its breast there is a shield of 13 stripes. In one talon the eagle holds 13 arrows, and in the other an olive branch with 13 leaves and 13 berries. Over the eagle’s head are 13 stars that form the six-pointed “Star of David.”

The phrase “July the Fourth” contains 13 letters and the number 4 (1+3), the birth number of the U.S. (July 4, 1776), which leads us to the real reason why the “founding fathers” chose this date as the official birth date of the United States. It is interesting to note that only two month earlier the same year, the Jesuit trained Adam Weishaupt founded the Illuminati.

On May 1, 1776 … after having been commissioned by the Black Nobility to devise a plan to control the wealth, natural resources and manpower of the entire world, Adam Weishaupt, a Jesuit who had defected from Christianity, announced on behalf of his Secret Order of the Illuminati, the twenty-five goals for achieving this plan.

If the Order is secret why do we know about it? 

We know about it because an Illuminati courier was struck by lightning and killed. When the Bavarian police searched his body, they found coded messages from Weishaupt sewn into the clothes. The courier and three of this close companions came forward and told the Bavarian authorities all about the Illuminati. As a result, the King of Bavaria banned the order in August 1784. Fired from his position at the university, and accused of everything from treason to goat molestation, Adam fled Ingolstadt for Gotha.

The “profoundest conspirator that ever existed” lived out the rest of his life in exile in Gotha. He got into more mischief in the French Revolution with his friend and correspondent, Jean-Baptiste Willermoz, the Illuminatus of Lyons. And lived long enough to inspire new generations of Illuminati–Anacharsis Cloots, Francois Babeuf and Filippo Buonarotti, among others. Adam Weishaupt died on November 18, 1830 in Gotha. Before death, Weishaupt attended to his mortal soul by received last rights by a Catholic priest, which make one wonder if he ever left the church, and has even lead some to suspect he was under Jesuit influence whole time.

Adam felt that human society had grown hopelessly corrupt and that it could only be saved by a complete overhaul. In effect, he was the first utopian to think on a global scale, and he looked forward to the day his group would bring about the Novus Ordo Seclorum, sometimes called the New World Order. The Illuminati had five goals, including “(a) Abolition of monarchies and all ordered governments, (2) Abolition of private property and inheritances, (3) Abolition of patriotism and nationalism, (4) Abolition of family life and the institution of marriage, and the establishment of communal education of children. (5) Abolition of all religion.” By drawing upon Europe’s “best and brightest,” Adam was confident that the order could attain its goals.

Indeed it has, but who do we have to blame for this? Do we blame the Jews or the Jesuits (or both)?

Will this new pope push forward the New World Order agenda? That remains to be seen but there is a strong current of Utopian Globalism flowing in the Society of Jesus from which he came.

What are the true origins of his conspiracy and it relentless push toward ne0-feudalism?

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