Dowód na wielką konspirację

Opublikowano: 02.11.2015 | Kategorie: Historia, Wiadomości ze świata

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Poniżej lista politycznych i kulturowych liderów z okresu ponad pięciuset lat, którzy na swych oficjalnych portretach pokazywali gest dłoni liter M i W, symbolizujący 666 z trzech V. Litera V to „waw” w hebrajskim i jest szóstą literą alfabetu. Jak to możliwe, że ludzie żyjący wieki przed, mogliby pokazywać ten sam masoński gest dłonią? Gest ten pozwala satanistom rozpoznawać się nawzajem i pokazywać wierność Lucyferowi.u1dgh4ydChociaż pochodzi to z żydowskiej kabały, rozprzestrzeniło się to na liderów-gojów, włączając w to rodziny królewskie, autorów, naukowców i liderów religijnych.

Tragiczna historia ludzkości pochodzi z faktu, że ludzie są satanistycznie owładnięci. Każdy mógłby opisać dokładną historię Europy tylko poprzez poznawanie tych osób i ich ról. Większość z nich pasuje do długoterminowej, kabalistycznej konspiracji zdegenerowania i zniewolenia ludzkości.

Poniżej lista w języku angielskim.


Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458) – Renaissance King of Aragon, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica & Sicily.


Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494) – Renaissance philosopher, studied the Hebrew Kabbalah. Related to Este, Sforza & Gonzaga.


Edward Montagu (1485-1557) – Ancestor of the Dukes of Montagu & Manchester and the Earls of Sandwich.


Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556) – Marrano Jew, founded the Society of Jesus. Religious leader during Counter-Reformation.


Charles V (1500-1558) – Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor & King of Spain, oversaw Americas colonization.


William Grey (1509-1562) – Baron Grey de Wilton, military commander serving in France under the Earl of Bedford.


Giulia Gonzaga (1513-1566) – Italian oligarch of the Renaissance, wife of Vespasiano Colonna Duke of Traetto.


Catherine de’ Medici (1519-1589) – Queen consort of France as wife of King Henry II of France.


Eleanor of Toledo (1522-1562) – Daughter of Duke of Alba, wife of Cosimo de’ Medici, mother of Dukes of Tuscany.


Richard Bingham (1528-1599) – English soldier & naval commander during the Tudor conquest of Ireland.


Elizabeth I (1533-1603) – Queen of England, established Church of England’s independence from Rome.


Joanna of Austria (1547-1578) – Wife of Francesco I de’ Medici, mother of Marie de’ Medici.


Henry of Navarre (1553-1610) – First monarch of the House of Bourbon in France. 1st Huguenot King.


James I (1566-1625) – King of England, united the English, Scottish and Irish crowns.


Karl I of Liechtenstein (1569-1627) – 1st Prince of Liechtenstein, founder of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein.


Josephus Coymans (1591-1677) – Merchant from the rich International banking Coymans family of Antwerp.


Elisabeth of France- 1602-1644) – Daughter of Henry of Navarre and Marie de’ Medici. 1st wife of King Philip IV of Spain.


William Russell (1616-1700) – 1st Duke of Bedford, carried the sceptre at the coronation of William III of Orange.


John Evelyn (1620-1706) – English writer and diarist, co-founder of the Royal Society.


Archibald Campbell (1629-1685) – Earl of Argyll, took part in the Monmouth rebellion, fellow of the Royal Society.


Christopher Wren (1632-1723) – Founder & president of the Royal Society, Freemason.


Ralph Montagu (1638-1709) – 1st Duke of Montagu, of the famous Montagu family.


Isaac Newton (1642-1727) – English intellectual, Royal Society, one of the most influential people in history.


Jonathan Trelawny (1650-1711) – A British Bishop of Bristol, Exeter and Winchester. Supported William III.


James Bertie (1653-1699) – 1st Earl of Abingdon, son of Montagu Bertie the 2nd Earl of Lindsey.


Charles Montagu (1661-1715) – Devised the establishment of the Bank of England. 1st First Lord of the Treasury.

Sophia Dorothea of Hanover
Sophia Dorothea of Hanover (1666-1726) – Wife and cousin of George I of Great Britain, and mother of George II.


Frederick Augustus I (1670-1733) – Elector of Saxony, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania.


Spencer Compton (1673-1743) – 1st Earl of Wilmington, Prime Minister of Great Britain and 1st Lord of the Treasury.


John Manners (1676-1721) – 2nd Duke of Rutland, son of John Manners of the ‚Glorious Revolution’.


James Craggs (1686-1721) – Acquaintance of King George I while in Hanover, accompanied him to England.


John Wesley (1703-1791) – Church of England cleric, founder of the Methodist movement.


Thomas Gray (1716-1771) – English poet, classical scholar and professor at Cambridge University.


John Adams (1735-1826) – 2nd President of the United States and negotiator of the peace treaty with U.K.


Francis Asbury (1745-1816) – 1st bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States.


Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) – German writer, served the duchy of Saxe-Weimar, member of the Illuminati.


John Marshall (1755-1835) – Chief Justice of the United States, developed the American legal system.


Joseph Fesch (1763-1839) – French cardinal, closely associated with the family of Napoleon Bonaparte.


Christian VIII of Denmark (1786-1848) – King of Denmark and Norway of the House of Oldenburg.


Miguel of Portugal (1802-1866) – King of Portugal of the House of Braganza and Knight of the Order of Christ.


Napoleon III (1808-1873) – 1st President of the French Republic and Emperor of the French.


Alexander III of Russia (1845-1894) – Emperor of Russia of the House of Oldenburg from 1881 until his death in 1894).


Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) – Philosopher, priest and homosexual of the early Italian Renaissance, worked for de’ Medici’s.


Giles of Viterbo (1469-1532) – Cardinal of Catholic Church. Studied the Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism.


Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536) – 1st wife of King Henry VIII of England, sparked England’s break from Rome.


Clarice de’ Medici (1493-1528) – Granddaughter of Lorenzo de’ Medici. Educated Catherine, the future Queen of France.


Ferdinand I (1503-1564) – Holy Roman Emperor, Habsburg, supported the Society of Jesus.


Francis Borgia (1510-1572) – 4th Duke of Gandia, third Superior General of the Society of Jesus.


Philip Neri (1515-1595) – Italian priest, worked for the de’ Medici family and supported Henry of Navarre.


Cosimo I de’ Medici (1519-1574) – Duke of Florence, Grand Duke of Tuscany. Restored power in Florence.


James Douglas (1525-1581) – 4th Earl of Morton and regent of Scotland, supported the Reformation.


Maria of Spain (1528-1603) – Daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I & wife of Maximilian II.


Edward VI (1537-1553) – King of England, educated by his fathers sixth wife Catherine Parr like his sister.


Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616) – Spanish novelist, poet, and playwright. Jewish Marrano and educated by the Jesuits.


Cesar de Nostredame (1553-1629) – Son of French astrologer and occultist Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus).


Francis de Sales (1567-1622) – Saint in the Roman Catholic Church. Protestant sympathiser, educated by Jesuits.


Robert Fludd (1574-1637) – English occultist, astrologer, mathematician and Hermetic writer.


Isaac Commelin (1598-1676) – Dutch historian for the Orange family and the Dutch East India company.


Carel Reyniersz (1604-1653) – Dutch Admiral and merchant. Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies.


Johan van Riebeeck (1619-1677) – Dutch East India Company colonial administrator & founder of Cape Town.


Johan de Witt (1625-1672) – Grand Pensionary of Holland, tutored a young William III of Orange.


Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695) – Dutch mathematician. Founder of modern Calculus, Royal Society.


Gaspar Fagel (1634-1688) – Grand Pensionary of Holland, tutored and supported William III of Orange.


William Cavendish (1640-1707) – 1st Duke of Devonshire, strong supporter of the Glorious Revolution & William III.


Henry Darnall (1645-1711) – Proprietary Agent of Baron Baltimore. Granddad of Charles Carroll of Carrollton.


William III (1650-1702) – King of England, Prince of Orange. Came to power after the „Glorious Revolution”.


George Churchill (1654-1710) – Younger brother of the Duke of Marlborough. Supported William III.


Joseph Sabine (1661-1739) – General in 9 Years’ War, War of Spanish Succession & Jacobite Rebellion


George Delaval (1667-1723) – English naval admiral and diplomat. Fought in the War of the Spanish Succession.


Joseph Addison (1672-1719) – English playwright and poet, worked for John Somers and Charles Montagu.


Charles Townshend (1674-1738) – 2nd Viscount Townshend, Secretary of State, Fellow of the Royal Society.


John Campbell (1678-1743) – 2nd Duke of Argyll, Scottish soldier, helped secure Hanoverian succession.


Thomas Pelham-Holles (1693-1768) – 1st Duke of Newcastle, Prime Minister of Great Britain & Secretary of State.


Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-1751) – Duke of Edinburgh, eldest son of George II and father of George III.


Christopher Smart (1722-1771) – English poet, notorious member of the Freemasons and Masonic author.


Josias of Saxe-Coburg (1737-1815) – Austrian general and Lieutenant Field Marshal in the Seven Years’ War.


Tadeusz Kościuszko (1746-1818) – Polish-Lithuanian aristocrat and general in the American Revolutionary War.


Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies (1751-1825) – King of Naples & Sicily, of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies.


Alexander Hamilton (1755-1804) – 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, founded U.S. Mint & 1st National Bank.


Ferdinand III (1769-1824) – Grand Duke of Tuscany of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine.


Robert Peel (1788-1850) – Prime Minister of the U.K, created the modern concept of the police force.


Sophie of Bavaria (1805-1872) – Mother of Franz Joseph Emperor of Austria & Maximilian Emperor of Mexico.


Otto of Greece (1815-1867) – First modern King of Greece under the protection of the U.K, France and Russia.


Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) – President of the United States, Freemason, imperialist.


Lorenzo de’ Medici (1449-1492) – One of the wealthiest men in Europe, patron of Marsilio Ficino & Giovanni Pico della Mirandola.


Alfonso I d’Este (1476-1534) – Duke of Ferrara, of the House of Este during the Italian Wars.


Archibald Douglas (1489-1557) – Scottish Earl of Angus, ally of Henry VIII, consolidated the Douglas families power.


Francis I (1494-1547) – France’s first renaissance monarch. Gave rise to the Protestant Reformation.


Isabella of Portugal (1503-1539) – Holy Roman Empress, wife of Charles V, daughter of Manuel I of Portugal.


James V of Scotland (1512-1542) – King of Scotland, raised by Archibald Douglas Earl of Angus, ally of Francis I.


Nicholas Throckmorton (1515-1571) – Royal diplomat, worked for Elizabeth I, supported Reformation.


William Cecil (1521-1598) – Baron Burghley, chief advisor of Queen Elizabeth I, founder of the Cecil dynasty.


Philip II (1527-1598) – King of Spain, Portugal, Naples and Sicily of the House of Habsburg.


Robert Dudley (1532-1588) – Earl of Leicester of the famous Dudley family. English diplomat.


Francis Drake (1540-1596) – English sea captain and slave trader. Provoked the Spanish Armada.


Ferdinando I de’ Medici (1549-1609) – Grand Duke of Tuscany, gained great wealth through Medici banks.


Walter Raleigh (1554-1618) – English Protestant aristocrat, explorer and populariser of tobacco in England.


Maurice of Nassau (1567-1625) – Stadtholder, Prince of Orange, foremost general of the 80 years war.


Philip III (1578-1621) – Habsburg King of Spain & Portugal. Married his cousin.


Anne of Austria (1601-1666) – Queen of France, mother of Louis XIV of France & Philippe I Duke of Orleans.


John Milton (1608-1674) – English poet, propagandist and official serving under Oliver Cromwell.


Henry Oldenburg (1619-1677) – Foremost spy in 17th century Europe, 1st Secretary of the Royal Society.


Robert Boyle (1627-1691) – Founder of modern Chemistry, Royal Society, son of 1st Earl of Cork.


Arthur Capell (1631-1683) – Earl of Essex, Protestant supporter of William III of Orange.


William Douglas-Hamilton (1634-1694) – Duke of Hamilton, granted the Scottish crown to William III of Orange.


Philippe I of Orleans (1640-1701) – Founder of House of Orleans, ancestor of most modern-day Catholic royalty.


John Cecil (1648-1700) – Earl of Exeter, known as Lord Burghley, supported William III of Orange.


William Randolph (1650-1721) – Colonist, ancestor of Thomas Jefferson and Cheif Justice John Marshall.


James Blair (1656-1743) – Church of England missionary & founder of the College of William & Mary


Simon Harcourt (1661-1727) – 1st Viscount Harcourt, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. Arranged the union with Scotland.


Samuel Vetch (1668-1732) – Protestant colonial governor of Nova Scotia, involved in Monmouth Rebellion.


Charles Lennox (1672-1723) – 1st Duke of Richmond, illegitimate son of King Charles II and a Freemason.


Richard Temple (1675-1749) – 1st Viscount Cobham, British soldier, political mentor to the young William Pitt.


George II (1683-1760) – King of Great Britain and Ireland, gave rise to British government power.


Henry Pelham (1694-1754) – Prime Minister of Great Britain & Chancellor of the Exchequer.


Robert Livingston (1708-1790) – 3rd Lord of Livingston Manor, grandson of Robert Livingston the Elder.


Emmanuel de Rohan-Polduc (1725-1797) – 70th Prince and Grand Master of the Order of Malta from 1775 to 1797) –

George III (1738-1820) – King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.


Leopold II (1747-1792) – Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary & Bohemia & Grand Duke of Tuscany.


Maria Luisa of Parma (1751-1819) – Queen consort of Spain & daughter of King Louis XV of the House of Bourbon.


José Álvarez de Toledo (1756-1796) – Duke of Medina Sidonia & Alba de Tormes, husband of the Duchess of Alba.


Augustus of Saxe-Gotha (1772-1822) – Duke of Saxe-Gotha, grandfather of Albert, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria.


Pope Pius IX (1792-1878) – Longest reigning Pope in history, centralized the Church in the Vatican.


Joseph Smith (1805-1844) – American religious leader and the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement.


Pedro II of Brazil (1825-1891) – Emperor of Brazil, reigned for over 58 years, Grand Master of Order of Christ.


Wilhelm II (1859-1941) – Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia, grandson of Queen Victoria.


Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) – Marrano Jewish explorer, aided by Marranos Louis de Santangel and Antonio de Marchena.


Martin Luther (1483-1546) – Initiated the Protestant Reformation, funded by Frederick III of Saxony of the House of Wettin.


Vittoria Colonna (1490-1547) – Italian Protestant, daughter of Fabrizio Colonna of the powerful Colonna family


Eleanor of Austria (1498-1558) – Habsburg Infanta of Castile, wife of Manuel I of Portugal & Francis I of France.


Gemma Frisius (1508-1555) – Dutch cartographer and philosopher, taught occultist John Dee at the University of Leuven.


Catherine Parr (1512-1548) – Protestant, Henry VIII’s sixth wife. Restored Elizabeth to line of succession.


James Hamilton (1516-1575) – Earl of Arran, great grandson of James II of Scotland. Supported Reformation.


Christina of Denmark (1521-1590) – Queen of Denmark, Norway & Sweden, wife of Francesco II Sforza, Duke of Milan.


Maximilian II (1527-1576) – Holy Roman Emperor, member of the House of Habsburg.


John Hawkins (1532-1595) – Shipbuilder, naval commander and slave trader. 2nd cousin of Francis Drake.


Francesco I de’ Medici (1541-1587) – Grand Duke of Tuscany, continued the heavy taxation of his subjects.


Francesco della Rovere (1549-1631) – Duke of Urbino, related to Este, de’ Medici and Farnese dynasties.


Philip Sidney (1554-1586) – English Poet and soldier, nephew of Robert Dudley.


Gerard Reynst (1568-1615) – A founder of the Dutch East India Company, Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies.


Hendrik Brouwer (1581-1643) – Dutch East India Company colonial administrator in Japan & Dutch East Indies.


John Berkeley (1602-1678) – Wealthy English royalist soldier, brother of William Berkeley governor of Virginia.


Richard Boyle (1612-1698) – 2nd Earl of Cork, Lord High Treasurer of Ireland like his millionaire father.


Rupert of the Rhine (1619-1682) – Duke of Bavaria & Cumberland. 1st Governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company.


Henry Howard (1628-1684) – Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal, gave his library to the Royal Society.


Cyril Wyche (1632-1707) – Lawyer & politician, original member of the Royal Society.


Charles Calvert (1637-1715) – 3rd Baron Baltimore & Proprietary Governor of Maryland.


Henry de Nassau (1640-1708) – Lord Overkirk, son of Maurice of Nassau and 2nd cousin of King William III of England.


James Scott (1649-1685) – Duke of Monmouth, illegitimate son of Charles II, led the Monmouth Rebellion.


John Somers (1651-1716) – Chief architect of English union with Scotland and the Protestant succession.


Thomas Bruce (1656-1741) – 2nd Earl of Ailesbury & 3rd Earl of Elgin, a Lord of the Royal Bedchamber


William Cowper (1665-1723) – 1st Earl Cowper, 1st Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, supported William III.


Charles Beauclerk (1670-1726) – 1st Duke of St Albans, illegitimate son of King Charles II.


William Cavendish (1672-1729) – 2nd Duke of Devonshire, served as Lord President of the Council.


Frederick I of Sweden (1676-1751) – King of Sweden & Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, founder of the order of Seraphim.


Charles VI (1685-1740) – Holy Roman Emperor of the House of Habsburg. Father of Maria Theresa.


William Cavendish (1698-1755) – 3rd Duke of Devonshire, most recent common ancestor of Charles & Diana.


George Whitefield (1714-1770) – English Anglican priest, active in the British North American colonies.


Prince Hall (1735-1807) – Founder of “Black Freemasonry” or Prince Hall Freemasonry in the USA..


Joseph II (1741-1790) – Holy Roman Emperor, first ruler of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine in Austria.


Thomas Coke (1747-1814) – Father of Methodist Missions, continued John Wesley’s work in America.


Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac (1755-1841) – French politician, member of the National Convention during the French Revolution.


Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) – 1st Viscount Nelson & 1st Duke of Bronte, British flag officer in Napoleonic Wars.


Henry Vassall-Fox (1773-1840) – 3rd Baron Holland & Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.


Adolphe Thiers (1797-1877) – French politician, Prime Minister & President of the French Republic.


Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882) – Italian revolutionary & Freemason, Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy.


Edward VII (1841-1910) – King of the United Kingdom, of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.


Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) – Leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, head of state of Germany.

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4 komentarze

  1. janpol 02.11.2015 12:37

    Mam to samo! Położyłem dłoń na piersi i popatrzyłem w lustro! Okazało się, że jestem masonem i satanistą! A to dopiero, kto by pomyślał…

  2. wtem 02.11.2015 14:02

    może wszyscy trenowali na kontrabasie???

  3. adambiernacki 02.11.2015 18:04

    A ja polecam film Dzień gniewu dla miłośników filmów kostiumowych, horrorów gore a nawet filmów historycznych 🙂

  4. Qbkinss 02.11.2015 22:55

    litości

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