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The Roman Catholic Church was not founded until after the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. by Constantine I. Christianity already existed, and Catholicism (meaning: universal) was created from various cultural elements from other tribes and their religions. Relgious prosecutions and conversions followed for millennia, up until this day.

After the decline of the Roman empire the political control of Rome needed to reformed to maintain as much power and property as possible.

The Vatican was the worlds first multi-national company, just with a jumbled and constructed religion called Catholicism, as its main export product. When people did not want this product they were either forced to swallow it by force or killed.

  • todo: examples of this forced religion
    • Destruction of Greek effigies some years after the adaption of Romanism.
    • Creation of illiteracy, weak education and poverty


  • 1128:: "Pope recognizes Knights Templar"


  • Glimpses of Church History: 1400-1492 CE


  • Inquisition, Reconquista

The main resistence against the Vatican company were:

  • Switserland
  • France
    • Vercingetorix
  • Germany
    • Martin Luther
      • Reformation Day and the 95 theses (wikipedia: The 95 Theses)
        • "Some Protestants celebrate Reformation Day. This is the anniversary of 1517-OCT-31 CE (Note: 400 years later WWI is started), the day that Martin Luther's published his 95 theses. These were criticisms of beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic church, particularly related to the sale of indulgences. He is widely believed to have published them in a dramatic manner, by nailing them to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Actually, that never happened. He did write a letter to his superiors attacking the sale of indulgences; the 95 theses were merely appended to the letter. This triggered for the Protestant Reformation, leading to a decades-long war in Europe, enmity between Catholics and Protestants, and the fracture of Christianity into thousands of individual faith groups."
        • Reformation Day versus Halloween disinformation?
        • Reformation - as described in the Catholic Encyclopedia
  • Netherlands
    • Desiderius Erasmus
    • Eighty Years' War with catholic Spain (1568-1648, with a 12 year truce between 1609-1621).
    • Peace of Westphalia (1648) - the drawn borders did not change until WWI (to verify!)
    • Research: relation between the Dutch constitution and the calvinistic US constitution.
  • Scandinavia
  • England (see also: Thomas More)
    • English Reformation

One of the largest setbacks of the Vatican empire was the Reformation. (Todo: Enlightenment -> Reformation -> Counter-Reformation)

  • Counter reformation - a movement to suppress the protestant reformation and Protestantism (1 of the 3 main branches of Christianity, the others being Roman Catholicism and Orthodox Christianity)
    • Council of Trent - a council of the Roman Catholics / Jesuits to counter the Protestant reformation.
  • ~1566–1648 - Eighty Years' War, a revolt of the Seventeen Provinces in the Netherlands against the Spanish roman catholic empire (Habsburg).
  • 1592-1600: Spanish and Portugese discoveries of the America's.


  • 1609 - "start of the general Spanish colonial strategy of building reductions in order to "civilise" and catechise the native populations of South America." from Jesuit Reductions
  • The Vatican/Jesuits were already controlling large parts of South America, and derived wealth from indigenous commune labor and mining.
    • Book: "Spaans Amerika omstreeks 1600", Bernard Slicher van Bath, 1979.
  • ~1600-1790: early North American migrations
    • See also: "The Migration to North America"
    • The main reason for these migrations were to get away from Roman Catholic oppression and prosecutions in Europe.
    • These people were mostly puritans/protestants who were aware of the State/Church corruption in own region. Most of the early settlers were from East Anglican parts of England (Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Kent, and East Sussex), but later Dutch and German puritans followed.
    • See also: Quakers (from 1680), Yankees
  • 1651: "Leviathan" book by Thomas Hobbes


  • 1750: "The conflicts began with trade disputes. In 1750 in Portugal, in 1755 in France, and in the late 1750's in the Two Sicilies. In 1758 the government of Joseph I of Portugal took advantage of the waning powers of Pope Benedict XIV and deported Jesuits from America after a relocating the Jesuits and their native workers, and then fighting a brief conflict, formally suppressing the order in 1759. In 1762 the Parlement of France, a court, not a legislature, affirmed a ruling against the society in a huge bankruptcy case, under pressure from a host of groups - from within the Church to secular intellectuals to the king's mistress. Austria and the two Sicilies suppressed the order by decree in 1767." - from Suppression of the Jesuits
  • 1767: rejection of the United Kingdom's King George III rule.
  • 1773: "Following a decree signed by Pope Clement XIV in July 1773, the Society of Jesus was suppressed in all Catholic countries." from Suppression of the Jesuits


  • 1822: Congress of Verona - drafts the secret Treaty of Verona [1]
    • This was a large-scale conspiracy of the Vatican/Jesuits/Kings/Aristocrats to:
      • Overthrow independence of the new America and other independent regions.
      • freedom of the press (movable type publishing).
      • More cooperation between the state and the church bodies (to oppress the people)
  • 1823: Monroe Doctrine - instated by President James Monroe
    • The Holy Alliance: to stop the economic and religious corruption in the South (Mexico)
    • The Irish famine was created for the purpose of pushing more catholic into the new America.
  • ....: President Abraham Lincoln meets Charles Chiniquy (a former priest who speaks about the Jesuit/aristocratic conspiracy)
    • Lincoln begins to realize that a Vatican religious take-over is the real threat to the free people.
    • Samuel Wells Morris visited Italy and realized the creation of an antagonism, consisting of a of war between the South (production economy, slave labor) and the North (trade/transport economy).
  • 1861–1865: American civil war
    • The civil war was mainly driven by Vatican/Jesuit/Aristocratic elitist interests. See also: "Secrets of the Bank of England Revealed at Last"
    • 1863: "Syllabus of Errors" ("The US free states are against God")
  • 1866: Ku Klux Klan - founded by the priest William J. Simmons
  • 1867: rise of Pentecostalism religion


  • to research: Great Secrets Of The 20th Century - by Sherman H. Skolnick
    • Titanic history falsification
      • "Sinking of the Titanic"
      • to check: Daniel Perkins dies on the HMS Titanic ([2])

The most important parts of the Underground Reich are formed by fascistic groups in the following countries:

  • United States
    • Destruction of the Christian groups resistance potential:
      • Luring young Christian men and women into fighting imperialistic / anti-Muslim wars, as so called "patriots". This will weaken the home base of these groups, and strengthen the agenda of the Vatican.
      • Appease to Christian religious issues such as: abortion, euthanasia, stem cell research, Islam culture, ...
  • United Kingdom
    • Research: the history of the relation between: catholicism, aristocracy and secret societies.
  • Research: Ottoman Empire history and split-up into various smaller and UK/US controlled states
    • Dubai: The Maktoum dynasty own all the land in Dubai. ([3])
    • ...
  • World War I
    • more background
  • Russia
    • Many Orthodox catholics who did not respect the pope's/Vatican's supremacy in Russia, were mass murdered by the Bolsheviks.
    • United States partner during in the so-called Cold war, to create the perception of a potent enemy. This perception made it easy to create hegelian dialectic conflicts around the world.
    • todo: note New Zealand cold war submarine cafe's in remote area's
    • 1933: Reichskonkordat (See also: Concordat between Hitler and the Vatican)
  • Germany (present influence?)
  • 1984: President Ronald Reagan appaints William A. Wilson, an American diplomat and businessman from Los Angeles, as the first (or re-instigation?) United States Ambassador to the Vatican.
  • todo: The imperialistic wars against Muslim nations around the world, with the support of big corporations and the Vatican.
  • todo: describe fascistic/imperialistic brotherhoods in other countries.
  • to research: Episcopal Church in the United States of America - 'elitist' church which is a spinof of the catholic Church of England


  • 9/11, war on terrorism, ...


  • New World Order quotes from fanboys
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