One More Piece Of The Puzzle

Put aside the religious aspect of the Vatican and the Illuminati and just follow the money.  A few monster readers know what I think about the Vatican, and the rabbit holes I have been down chasing my theories, so take some time to listen to Dr. Jonathan Levy speak about his 10 year long lawsuit against the Vatican, think about the wealth that was transferred to the Vatican during the Spanish Inquisition, and then decide for yourself.  Go here for more information on the lawsuit.

The Vatican, by far, is one of the longest running continuous governments, yes?

http://www.youtube.com/v/dlmjMVJh2o4&hl=en&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b&border=1

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9 Responses to “One More Piece Of The Puzzle”
  1. laura says:

    Who is the person on your “you are a slave to government” video?? Thanks.

  2. The Vatican would most certainly be part of any New World Order as they possess a huge amount of wealth, art, and historical documents that cannot be duplicated. Money has always led to the Holy See, and the Roman Catholic Church has no qualms about killing their own to maintain control (see the Albigensian Crusade and the Inquisition). They are undoubtedly neck deep in this global coup, and having a former Nazi Youth as the current Bishop of Rome does not bode well in my book.

  3. pjr says:

    “…The head of the Pontifical Biblical Commission today is Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. Cardinal Ratzinger is also the Head of another Catholic institution, the
    Congrgation for the Doctrine of the Faith. This designation is fairly new, dating from 1965, and is probably unfamiliar to most laymen; but the institution itself is one of long-established pedigree. It has, in fact, a unique and resonant history behind it, extending back to the 13th century. In 1542, it had become known as the Holy Office. Prior to that, it was called the Holy Inquisition. Cardinal Ratzinger is, in effect, the Catholic Church’s modern-day Grand Inquisitor.

    The official head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is always the regning Pope, and the executive head of the Congregation is today called its secretary, although in earlier times he was known as the Grand Inquisitor. …” (Excerpt taken from The Dead Sea Scroll Deception, by Baigent and Leigh, chap. 7, pgs. 120 & 121, Summit Books, 1991. However, the chapter begins (pg. 118) by describing the Pontifical Bblical Commission’s role in the suppression of the Dead Sea Scrolls in their early years on up until they were released to the public.)

    One has only to do an internet search of the two words, “Ratzinger/inquisition”, to verify the validity of the above assertion that he is head of the inquisition, and was what is described above in 1990.

  4. pjr says:

    “…The head of the Pontifical Biblical Commission today is Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. Cardinal Ratzinger is also the Head of another Catholic institution, the
    Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. This designation is fairly new, dating from 1965, and is probably unfamiliar to most laymen; but the institution itself is one of long-established pedigree. It has, in fact, a unique and resonant history behind it, extending back to the 13th century. In 1542, it had become known as the Holy Office. Prior to that, it was called the Holy Inquisition. Cardinal Ratzinger is, in effect, the Catholic Church’s modern-day Grand Inquisitor.

    The official head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is always the reigning Pope, and the executive head of the Congregation is today called its secretary, although in earlier times he was known as the Grand Inquisitor. …” (Excerpt taken from The Dead Sea Scroll Deception, by Baigent and Leigh, chap. 7, pgs. 120 & 121, Summit Books, 1991. However, the chapter begins (pg. 118) by describing the Pontifical Biblical Commission’s role in the suppression of the Dead Sea Scrolls in their early years on up until they were released to the public.)

    One has only to do an internet search of the two words, “Ratzinger/inquisition”, to verify the validity of the above assertion that he is head of the inquisition, and was what is described above in 1990. (Please forgive the typos.)

  5. thanks PJR! I love the researchers here!
    Hey all, start looking for the next POS Bill post coming soon!

  6. This has got to be the deepest rabbit hole of them all. The Catholic Church has such depth and corruption, it boggles the mind. I have read so many things about the Church, it’s ties to the Illuminati, corruption, and illegal activities, it has my head spinning. I have read eye witness accounts of Satan worship and sacrifices going on below the Vatican in underground chambers, and how the Vatican actually created the religion of Islam (Mohammad was married to a Catholic nun) to create division in the world.

    I was raised Catholic and went to Catholic schools till 8th grade, but I always knew deep in my heart that there was something wrong there. I was always in trouble for questioning their teachings. I never got a comforting from being there, rather an uneasy, distrusting feeling. The kids I knew that were all “religious” to me seemed brain dead and soulless.

    Diamond, thanks again for a great post. Alex is my hero. I do not know of anyone that is as knowledgeable and tenacious as him. I bet his name is #1 on the “Red List” and when he “disappears” we all have to watch out.

  7. navyvet48 says:

    This is exactly why I am a recovering Catholic! Just try to get an annulment which is what the Church wanted me to do so I could take Communion again. It was going to cost me anywhere from $500 -$1000 depending on how long it took them to find my ex husband. Funny thing we weren’t even married in the Catholic Church…I think the Catholic Church is really one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in the world today!

    I will admit that I had respect for the last Pope not because he was the head of the church but because of his courage and faith. I did get to have a personal audience with him along with other shipmates while I was in the USN. And I did get to attend Christmas Eve Mass because it was a once in a lifetime experience.

    My dad took us out of the Catholic Church when I was young. I never knew the reason why but now I have pause to wonder what he was thinking back then.

  8. This may have gotten lost on another thread…so once again I’m posting this link…Hope it’s OK..

    Go read the crash course and there’s so much other info on that site and in the forums!!

    http://www.chrismartenson.com

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