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June 2, 2005


"In order for the reader to understand that events do not just happen, I
want to share the following information: The Illuminati Order was not
invented by Adam Weishaupt, but rather renewed and reformed. The first known
Illuminati order (Alumbrado) was founded in 1492 by Spanish Jews, called
"Marranos," who were also known as "crypto-Jews." With violent persecution
in Spain and Portugal beginning in 1391, hundreds of thousands of Jews had
been forced to convert to the faith of the Roman Catholic Church. Publicly
they were now Roman Catholics, but secretly they practiced Judaism,
including following the Talmud and the Cabala. The Marranos were able to
teach their children secretly about Judaism, but in particular the Talmud
and the Cabala, and this huge group of Jews has survived to this very day.
After 1540 many Marranos opted to flee to England, Holland, France, the
Ottoman empire (Turkey), Brazil and other places in South and Central
America. The Marranos kept strong family ties and they became very wealthy
and influential in the nations where they lived. But as is the custom with
all Jewish people, it did not matter in what nation they lived, their
loyalty was to themselves and Judaism."

"The following information is going to be a "shock" to all Roman Catholics.
In 1491 San Ignacio De Loyola was born in the Basque province of Guipuzcoa,
Spain. His parents were Marranos and at the time of his birth the family was
very wealthy. As a young man he became a member of the Jewish Illuminati
Order in Spain. As a cover for his crypto Jewish activities, he became very
active as a Roman Catholic. On May 20, 1521 Ignatius (as he was now called)
was wounded in a battle, and became a semi-cripple. Unable to succeed in the
military and political arena, he started a quest for holiness and eventually
ended up in Paris where he studied for the priesthood. In 1539 he had moved
to Rome where he founded the "Jesuit Order," which was to become the most
vile, bloody and persecuting order in the Roman Catholic Church. In 1540,
the current Pope Paul III approved the order. At Loyola's death in 1556
there were more than 1000 members in the Jesuit order, located in a number
of nations."

"Setting up the Jesuit order, Ignatius Loyola devised an elaborate spy
system, so that no one in the order was safe. If there was any opposition,
death would come swiftly. The Jesuit order not only became a destructive arm
of the Roman Catholic Church; it also developed into a secret intelligence
service. While the Popes relied more and more on the Jesuits, they were
unaware that the hardcore leadership were Jewish, and that these Jews held
membership in the Illuminati Order which despised and hated the Roman
Catholic Church."

Thanks to David Livingstone, The Dying God list.

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Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at