The Jesuits, Part 2: “The Curse of Jekyll Island”

The Jesuits, Part 2: “The Curse of Jekyll Island”

(Barren-looking marshland at Jekyll Island) 

The unexplained performance of young Francis Browne aboard the RMS Titanic’s maiden voyage is very perplexing and will probably never be explained. But I suggest that he was doing much more than snapping black-and-white Kodak pictures. Remember their advertising slogan “You press the button, we do the rest” of smiling, posed privileged passengers on the sunny upper decks of the ship? Had he perhaps been entrusted instead by his Jesuit superior to deliver an important sealed envelope to Captain Edward John Smith? Himself perhaps a Jesuit temporal coadjutor? (He was also called the millionaires’ captain, it seems.) Regardless of the purpose, that lost letter ‒ like the captain’s body ‒ would never be recovered.

There are still so many unanswered questions about the Titanic calamity. Was the captain inebriated? Or did a submarine torpedo the ship for insurance purposes, certainly benefiting the overflowing cash coffers of JP Morgan afterwards when he put in an insurance claim. Was there perhaps a suspicious steering blunder from the bridge? Or perhaps more startlingly, was it not the Titanic but the RMS Olympic ship that sunk in the dark that cold night? Or was it the curse of the pharaohs that doomed this ship to destruction and death because ‒ it is claimed ‒ there was a bound mummy of a young Egyptian temple priestess on board for the voyage, sealed in a sarcophagus no less? Of course, this should have been stored in the cargo hold (company regulations) but was instead located very near the bridge of the ship. What was all this about and on whose orders was it placed in this location and why? Some even whispered the ship was cursed. Well, maybe! They did very foolishly say how even “God couldn’t sink it.”

Yet this popular captain had over 24 seagoing years of experience on the high seas (but had perhaps failed his mariner’s licence before this voyage for some reason, it has been suggested). Yet he seems to have had some sort of mental mishap of mismanagement, as later remembered by his crew at the inquest. Others on the sinking ship recalled that some claimed he also seemed vague before that fatal “night to remember.”

However, what is of historical interest to me is that amongst the many affluent passengers who treated themselves on that doomed maiden voyage yet tragically did not survive the harsh Atlantic Sea were three of the wealthiest men in the world at that time, namely, Benjamin Guggenheim, Isidor Strauss, and Jacob John Astor. In fact, their total financial worth today would be a staggering eleven billion dollars, can you believe?

It’s important also to remember historically that since their inception in 1540 and for hundreds of years afterwards, the Jesuits have been forcibly expelled from a hundred countries for plotting, interfering and causing strife in government affairs of state. In fact, there may have been more nations because many of those countries no longer exist today.

Not only were the Jesuits being expelled from countries that they were “spiritually occupying” you could say, but all their goods (i.e., finances, jewels, gold, and pearls) would have, of course, been confiscated by hostile governments in the process. This obviously denied them massive profits from, amongst other things, the lucrative opium and silk trading routes then stretching from Japan to Madagascar, to La Paz, Bolivia, to Zakawei and even to Shanghai. And would not some of these countries’ naval fleets deny the Jesuits the use of the lucrative shipping sea lanes to transport their cargos? I’m sure they would, without doubt! (See Revelation 18:10-20.)

And what about the shocking cost and degradation of taking human life in the equation? These have been described by O.C. Lambert in his book Catholicism Against Itself? on page 217 where he describes frequent Jesuit agitation and anger directed amongst peoples in America, especially New Mexico, where indigenous people were whipped, starved, and brutalized by named Jesuit priests, then forcibly converted to Catholicism by the gun or other sordid means if necessary. This is described on page 239.

Mr. Lambert also records that later these poor defenceless people “were compelled to work and were beaten at the will of the ‘Padre’.” Umm, now this seems like some good old Jesuit charm being administered by Loyola’s “men in black.” And of course, these are not isolated cases he records, but probably occurring in many other parts of the world.

So, it stands to reason ‒ I propose ‒ that the besieged Jesuit order certainly required and also needed very quickly (for obvious reasons and for financial need) to acquire their own private bank or clearinghouse and to then fruitfully expand wherever possible ‒ even more so as the new century dawned ‒. And where better, I suggest, than to look toward the horizons of the so-called New World (the Americas, of course).

“Money makes the world go round,” proclaimed a popular song of yesterday. Scripture would also tell us how the “love of money is the root of all evil” (1 Timothy 6:10). But it seems that the continuing haemorrhaging of Jesuit cash almost brought the “Society of Jesus” to its cassocked knees. However, first some important history: in 1777, the Illuminati entered the world political stage in Bavaria, a Catholic/Jesuit stronghold, with the compliant support of Fredrick the Great and Catherine of Russia.

Interestingly enough, when Jesuit missionary Matteo Ricci journeyed to China in 1582, he easily complied with the local native custom of donning silk robes and platting his hair. It seems he saw nothing wrong ‒ much to the dismay of the local Dominican clergy ‒ with local Chinese parishioners in his church inserting Confucius’ intercessions into their catholic prayers and referring to their “god” as “Lord of heaven.”

Well, well. It seems these missionary Jesuits were totally committed to ecumenism even then. And it seems the same religious running order of service was being performed by the Jesuits in India with the use of inserting native Hindu gods into the catholic liturgy. In other words, be all things to all men. Or: the ends justify the means.

Listen to this from author Alan Woodrow, who claims that: “China never fully accepted the Catholic church. In 1982, the communist Beijing government refused to take part in the Catholic celebrations organized in Rome, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Matteo Ricci’s’ arrival in Macao.”

As regards the Jesuits’ unhealthy relationship with Freemasonry, the late author W. L. Wilmshurst, a Mason himself and a noted historian, writes in his informative book The Meaning of Masonry: “The early Catholic Church involved a sequence of three initiatory rites identical in intention with those of the craft (masonry). The names given to those who had qualified in these rites respectively were Catechumens, Leitutrgoi, and Priests or Presbyters; which in turn are identifiable with our own Entered Apprentices, Fellow Crafts and Master Masons.”

Interesting to know and don’t forget dear reader, the terrible blood oaths they utter during clerical services by all Jesuit novices, much of this deriving from masonry.

So there you have it: out of the catholic church was conceived freemasonry, and with the church of Constantine in 312 AD borrowing so much then in worship and vestments from pagan Babylon, to later be seen in the evolving church of Rome, with much as it is today.

The still secretive working relationship between the Jesuits and the house of Rothschild remains very much hidden today, and they both seem to have survived the ups and downs of politics and frequent financial money market cash crises that blighted so much of the 20th century. Yet what is soon to arrive as written in the book of Revelation (under the mark of the beast) is simply “comply or die” and a sharpened guillotine being brought out of mothballs, oiled and prepared, to be used again as it was once used long ago to perfection in the Place de la Revolution during the French reign of terror in 1790 (Jesuit orchestrated perhaps).

Incidentally, this Parisian location would later be known as Palace de la Concorde where that masonic Egyptian obelisk with its occult hieroglyphics takes pride of place. No two ways about it, the guillotine will beckon to those who refuse to accept the mark to sell or trade, and they will be forcibly detained without trial in prepared internment camps.

It is the prepared financial mark of the beast or a barcode that all citizens will be forced to accept and display. And remember: there will be no choice in what was prophesied the book of Revelation two thousand years ago and is still yet to come.

The banking matrix system as we know today has travelled very far since old Meyer Rothschild opened his first counting house in Germany, acquiring even more wealth and power, much of it still operating today.

The disgraced financier Robert Maxwell once claimed that: “If you owe the bank enough, you own the bank.” Well, he should know because he nearly demolished many of the City of London’s banks with his sad squandering and thieving of other people’s pensions and savings in the early 1990s.

The City of London interestingly is also a city within a city, rather like the Vatican in Rome. I do perhaps wonder if they have reciprocal arrangements with each other, and there certainly must be a resilient Jesuit influence in these London financial fiefdoms that will always benefit Rome. Oh, and do you remember the BICC crash in 1991? Well, one comedian later called it, “The Bank of Crooks and Criminals International.” What happened, I ask, to all those missing millions of dollars never to be seen again?

So, I suggest the Jesuits would be quite at home in this habitat of greed and gold. Of course, all deception and deceit from organised religion and their cohorts in the NWO will continue until the welcomed Rapture comes and mercifully and joyfully removes the born-again Bible-believer out of this failed corrupt wicked world to be with the Lord Jesus Christ forever. There, we will gain joy and jubilation in our new spiritual home furnished and prepared for our habitation and delight, and with not a Jesuit in sight. Praise the Lord!

Now, with the previous murders of so many on the Titanic in 1912 written about earlier, we should remember that the dead included those powerful bankers. It seems these three had opposed the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) for whatever grounds but were now out of the way. Hence, its conception and creation could go ahead unhindered. One month later after secret discussions on Jekyll Island and with a hand-picked consortium of prominent bankers brought in by motorboat, they could, at last, get down to business in creating the FRB in total secrecy. Don’t men always love darkness where the truth is concerned?

The Federal Reserve Bank finally saw the light of day, and also included in that package of misery was the introduction of a compulsory income tax (IRS).

A footnote of interest is that World War I began in August 1914. Was this all pre-arranged? Jekyll Island in Georgia is of interest to me and I should first mention here that I have never visited that island. However, some years ago, I did read a holiday survey in a dentists’ waiting room, if I recall, that had been compiled from tourists who had stayed in that location. According to their lasting impressions: they had found it depressing and invasive, or as one said “very creepy.” (Incidentally, if you the dear reader have been to the island, either on business or pleasure, then please let me know your thoughts, we do always like to update any articles if possible at this ministry.)

I suppose Jekyll Island was rather akin in those pre-war halcyon days to the rich gentlemen of the elite East Coast establishment who visited it to sample and enjoy the Island’s hospitality, legal or illegal, similar to that infamous and well-known Bohemian Grove estate much sought after by West Coast philanders (both venues being popular and secluded private playgrounds for rich pampered men such as the Morgans, Rothschilds, Rockefellers, and other favoured politicians of the lodge and church prelates). Many of these men had attended Yale University themselves and been initiated into the notorious and Satanic “skull and bones” fraternity, it seems.

More importantly, it was a secluded location where these men could indulge in their own perverted sexual tastes in private as well as pursue and recite the oaths and rituals of their secret societies, as seen so often at the Bohemian Grove “celebrations” today. Which brings me back to the Jesuits.

Interestingly, Leo Zagami writes in his book Pope Francis, the Last Pope that: “The Jesuits are not only a Catholic order but a secret society dedicated to magic and deception.” He also quotes Jean Charles Pichon, who wrote in his book that: “One point is certain: the Jesuits have always given great attention to magic.”

Later on Jekyll Island (six men and perhaps more, and Jesuits well versed in the complexities of financial matters) would journey secretly to this island. The men would use only their first names (for security, it is said) and this chosen island would later be described as: “The richest, the most exclusive, the most inaccessible club in the world.” There, after precise plotting and planning, the fledgeling Federal Reserve Bank first witnessed the light of a new dawn, but a dark night for the free world, all courtesy of these men and the Illuminati.

Yet does not Luke 12:2 remind us: “For there is nothing covered that shall not be revealed; neither hid that shall not be known.” Judgment will come one day to those purveyors of the black arts.

In retrospect, I suggest perhaps the new official title being printed on the new currency then should have read the “Federal Reserve Jekyll Bank” but perhaps that’s too obvious for the prestigious Wall Street Journal to print or promote.

I do seriously propose, however, that a senior Jesuit (in mufti of course, and upon personal written instructions from the 25th Superior General Franz Wernz) arrived at the island’s gated harbour from one of the ten Jesuit American provinces, having being invited to attend the meeting and bringing a financial working agenda in his briefcase already drawn up by his superiors for the assembled waiting group to approve or disapprove. I find it no coincidence either that from 1566 to 1736 the Jesuits had actually owned Jekyll Island (can you believe?) after previously taking it or stealing it from a group of Huguenots. I’m not sure why they were there or what their story was.

Formerly, it had been the habitat of Native Indians. At the time of the proposed meeting on the island, it was then owned by JP Morgan, who seemed in those days to be everywhere, always planning and always plotting. A man whose influence is still very much alive today on Wall Street.

Either way, ten months after the sinking of the doomed Titanic, the Jesuits were now financially secure. A deal of sorts had been reached. They now owned or were an important partner in the banking system, now along with the Rothschilds, Chase Manhattan bank in New York, and with Lazard Bros and Goldman Sachs, both still happily operating today in the turbulent financial markets of the world.

The official proposed financial bill was passed in Congress in 1913 and signed by President Woodrow Wilson. I’m not really sure if he was a practising Mason or simply a fair-weather friend, as they say, to the lodge. Certainly, his right-hand man “Col.” Edwin House wore many hats in his career, maybe even an Illuminati beret, and he seems to fit the bill as an important group “points man.”

But for the Jesuits, the Bank of America would later be added to that growing portfolio of blue-chip investments. I suggest they were now finally secure, never again to be expelled or humiliated or to witness their finances depleted or distributed to someone else.

Incidentally, on the important education front, something which should never be ignored, the Order can boast of administrating over 30 universities functioning today in the U.S. alone. I am sure they always found it possible to take or grasp any advantages, and to appropriate whatever rights they could acquire to further the aims and ambitions of the Order.

This chosen island they once owned offered them easy access to possible land on the secluded East Coast with the Carolinas, Massachusetts, and Maine states in their religious sights. The fundamental Biblical belief of the settled inhabitants was practised by many in their thriving communities, with the open use of the Geneva and King James Bibles, the two books the Jesuits despised and had resolved to destroy after the infamous and heretical Council of Trent. It would have then been feasible and possible to quickly invade these locations with paid mercenaries and agent provocateurs and a small-armed force to be silently landed at night on lonely deserted darkened beaches on that seaboard for a military-style invasion to secure and bring the eastern seaboard under Rome’s catholic control. It didn’t happen, of course, but I’m sure detailed invasion plans were drawn up and large sums of monies were set aside by the Jesuits to invade from land and by sea if possible. Yet, as usual, God had other plans for the protection of His people in America, ever loyal to Him and never to pagan Rome.

It’s worth considering the mental state of Loyola’s personality at this point. All published accounts claim details of his flesh wounds sustained in battles, especially on his leg, and the painful discomfort he must have endured. And there is no doubt about this, but I do have to speculate: was there some initial brain damage inflicted upon him early in his career as a serving soldier? Perhaps by a musket butt or a stray leaden ball that altered his future outlook on life? So often, a serious head injury can and does cause a permanent personality change to the patient. Many times that damaged area of the skull seems to be located in the cerebral cortex affecting the limbic system, it seems. Loyola would also have deranged and dangerous conversations with a serpent in a cave, which not only sounds somewhat occultist but very worryingly could reflect a disturbed and receptive mindset!

Both James and I some years ago made the acquaintance of a pastor in our town, and he had a very pronounced extrovert personality, as I recall. I found it very grating and he always demanded attention about whatever he was doing both in and outside his church, and I suspect he also enjoyed immense flattery when offered (a very vain man). Strangely enough, around at the same time, I met another man who had known him when they were both teenagers and just out of school. They were good friends, and I was informed by this man that his friend, the future pastor, had suffered a serious accident on a motorbike to his head. Now I’m not sure of the details, but it certainly changed his personality, this ex-friend had told me, most specifically that he had somehow “gotten into religion in a big way.” He had never shown any interest before in religious classes at school.

This same form of accidental mishap also occurred to some other prominent historical religious leaders of the past, for example, Ellen White (Seventh-day Adventist) and John Nelson Darby (Brethren assembly), and the late controversial Lord Longford. They had all suffered injuries to the skull.

Perhaps if Loyola had not sustained a possible head wound in war or elsewhere we might have been spared much of the terrible Inquisition and the subsequent birth of the Jesuits, and the young Loyola might have instead found and enjoyed a career as a matador or a strolling dashing Gaucho serenading those Spanish señoritas with his flamenco guitar, and naturally astride a strolling palomino horse.

Interestingly, government-commissioned research of notorious serial killers of the 20th century seems to point to the important medical fact that many of them had also suffered accidental head traumas in their youth that affected their future moods and morals, but not the sadistic methods they used, it seems, in the terrible suffering they systematically inflicted upon their innocent victims (mainly young women). Fortunately, they were detained by the police, later being incarcerated or executed before they could subject their victims to even more dreadful deaths. But it doesn’t have to be all negative, of course.

For instance, just examine the career change of the famous French impressionist painter Paul Gauguin who for some reason (maybe an accident) deserted his employment as a stockbroker in Paris at the Bourse, leaving his family, later sailing to the Polynesian Islands, there to paint and lead a debauched life. That certainly was a life-changing decision on his part of which I suggest the art world today has been eternally gratefully and financially secure ever since. I’ve also read of some people who after suffering an accidental head trauma were quickly able to speak and converse in many foreign languages. (One, of course, cannot rule out demonic influence in such cases.)

Others have been able to master a difficult musical instrument, almost playing professionally without ever enjoying a musical lesson in their life, and one woman could remember herself playing viola in the royal court orchestra of the king of Prussia no less, and amazingly remembered Mozart conducting the orchestra briskly as she played for him. It seems she had fallen down the stairs backwards. How awful. Apparently, this is quite common today, so be careful. There is so much of the personality traits that are locked in our bodies that we do not understand, or perhaps we are not meant to.

It is worth now considering the dangerous alliance between the Masonic lodges then and the catholic church, or rather an unholy alliance, I should say, that both have used each other’s skills and methods.

Loyola had previously changed his name from Iñigo to Ignatius (was this before or after his accident, I wonder), and he may have been involved with one of the numerous secret societies then so prevalent in Spain, one such being Los Alumbrados. This group encouraged and practised a form of Gnosticism as well as other secret rituals, these being practised even today in numerous Masonic lodges in many countries. Of course, many of these rituals and mock sacrifices and blood-curdling oaths evolved from the murky Babylonian temples, supervised by the pagan priests and priestesses of the numerous temples that thrived then. Now with a few friends gathered around the young Loyola, one being Francis Borgia, a co-founder of the Jesuits, it seems they would later call themselves for some reason “the grey habits.” This would later bring them naturally to the notice of the police spies.

Loyola would also be arrested by the militia of the dreaded Inquisition in 1527, for some crime brought against him, perhaps due to a religious heresy, it has been suggested. A written report circulating at the time described him as: “Treacherous, brutal, vindictive.” Later, he would be released from confinement for some reason. Now this I find very unusual in the circumstances because the interrogators in those days weren’t in the business of offering instant unconditional freedom to a held prisoner unless that person could be of an important use to them in the future as a spy or rather to be used like a “sleeper” still very much used today by most, if not all, intelligence services in the world.

In 1528 Loyola would arrive in Paris. Later in 1530, he would journey to London. For whatever purpose is unclear to me, but maybe it was to attempt to murder the brave and brilliant William Tyndale in his print shop, the man who had translated the Holy Bible into English? Or perhaps to be involved with some Catholics in assisting the disgraced Cardinal Wolsey to escape to Europe? Wolsey died of natural causes anyway. Or was it simply to raise money from prominent protected Catholic families? Or maybe it was an espionage mission of some other importance entrusted to him by the Dominican police in Spain? Or perhaps he was just acting as a simple courier and had perhaps acquired a peculiar taste for that “cloak-and-dagger way of life” by then. If so, this would certainly keep him (and all those future Jesuit spies that followed him in the Order) in good stead.

And don’t forget Himmler’s sadistic S.S. troops, who would be deeply influenced by that Jesuit military order of precision and prayer, and its mandatory strict code of loyalty to Hitler, and to a lesser extent, Himmler himself.

He [Himmler] “possessed the largest library on the Jesuit order and had studied it for years,” wrote Walter Schellenberg, a close confidant of Himmler, and in their basic training, all raw recruits would have been presented a copy of the Jesuit spiritual exercises, or Exercitia Spiritualia given to them to be carried at all time in their rucksacks and studied whenever on military manoeuvres.

The S.S. would flourish for 13 more terrible years in Europe until the defeat of the Nazi war machine in 1945. Then thousands of fleeing Nazi war criminals with newly prepared Red Cross passports, courtesy of the Vatican, would seek a new life in South America and beyond. But the Jesuit order disregarded nothing in those dangerous post-war years, having learnt a great deal. Instead, they turned their attention to surviving the so-called “cold war era” under their newly elected superior general, a 57-year-old Belgian named, John Baptist Janssen.

The French historian Pierre Dominique correctly recorded that: “The Jesuits have their secret abode in the Vatican…From there they survey the universal church with the cold, calculating eye of the politician.” But even then, those doctors of deception would be kept active until 1991 when the cold war expired, simply and easily and without a shot being fired (rather like a whimper or a passing breeze). Probably as God had planned it all to happen anyway.


(Infamous Jesuit symbol) 

Remember: “Whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world” (1 John 5:4).

To be continued…



August 2016

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