9.18 Society of Jesus (Jesuits)

The Society of Jesus is a strictly male order of the Roman Catholic Church whose members are called Jesuits. It was purportedly founded on September 27, 1540, and was officially approved by Pope Paul III in 1540 by a Papal Bull containing the "Formula of the Institute". The Jesuits are currently the largest religious order of priests and brothers in the Catholic Church. Headquartered in the General Curia of Rome, the Jesuits are engaged in what they call evangelization in 112 nations on 6 continents. Jesuit colleges and universities are also located in over 100 nations around the world. In Latin, name of the “Society of Jesus” is “
Societas Iesuor simply “SI”. This is imperative to note because the name of Iesu was derived from the Greco-Roman god of Isis, the patroness of witchcraft and magic. Due to the inherent Jewish nature of Roman Catholic Orders, the term “Jesuit” was likely derived from the combination of the terms “Jew Suits”. Unlike other Jewish orders, the Jesuits are known as “God’s Marines” and therefore have been trained to blend into their respective surroundings, hence the suit reference. In short, the Jesuits are a military order of the Roman Empire who routinely carry out assassinations, conduct espionage and execute terror attacks. According to the book “Vatican Assassins” by Eric Jon Phelps, the man responsible for ordering these nefarious deeds is none other than the "Black Pope", the Jesuit Superior General. Since no one has ever seen the Black Pope, it’s highly likely that his likeness is cover for the Great White Brotherhood of Greenland who use the Jesuit order to do their bidding in the underworld.

Monita Secreta
The “Monita Secreta”, or the “Secret Instructions of the Jesuits”, was reportedly published in 1612 and in 1614, in Kraków. Poland. It was either written by Jerome Zahorowski or  Claudio Acquaviva, the fifth general of the Jesuit Society. The “Secret Instructions of the Jesuits” allegedly contains the necessary methodology in order for the Jesuits, along with the Roman Catholic Church, to acquire greater influence and power in the underworld. In essence, it’s an instruction manual on how to dominate society. In Eugène Sue’s best-selling book entitled “Le Juif errant” (1844), or “The Wandering Jew” in English, she states that the Jesuits are a "secret society bent on world domination by all available means”. Historically, Jesuit priests have acted as confessors to kings, especially during the Early Modern Period. This enabled them to spy on the courts with ease. Jesuit espionage was also evident during both the Protestant Reformation and the English Reformation when the Jesuits were accused of "infiltrating" political realms and non-Catholic churches. In other words, their agents are everywhere.

Highly Brainwashed
Considering that formation for Jesuit Priesthood generally takes between 8 and 14 years (with final vows taken several years after that), Jesuit formation is among the longest in all of the Roman Catholic religious orders. Therefore, by the time Jesuit priests are finally turned out into society, they are highly brainwashed and extremely dangerous. According to “Rule 13” of Ignatius of Antioch's “Rules for Thinking with the Church: "That we may be altogether of the same mind and in conformity ... if [the Holy See] shall have defined anything to be black which to our eyes appears to be white, we ought in like manner to pronounce it to be black”. In other words, do not think for yourself, just obey blindly. Ignatius also wrote the Jesuit “Constitutions” which was adopted in 1553. Though it, he created a tightly centralized organization that stresses total self-abnegation and obedience to the Pope. As Ignatius put it perinde ac [si] cadaver [essent]”, meaning “[well-disciplined] like a corpse". In short, St. Ignatius created the Jesuits to be ready at any time for whatever military missions was ordered by the Pope. Due to their devotion and allegiance, they have been termed the Pope’s "elite troops”. Historian Róisín Healey stated that "The Jesuit of anti-Jesuit discourse had what might be called an uncanny quality: he was both subhuman and superhuman. Jesuits were allegedly so extreme in their submission to their order that they became like machines and, in their determination to achieve their goals, drew on powers unavailable to other men, through witchcraft. The peculiar location of the Jesuit, at the boundaries of humanity, unsettled the producers and consumers of anti-Jesuit discourse”. In other words, those who dare to speak out about the Jesuits will likely be “unsettled”, most likely by way of threats or assassination.

God’s Marines
Due to Ignatius of Antioch's military training of the Jesuits, they are willing to accept orders anywhere in the world, regardless of comfort. The opening lines of the Jesuit’s founding document declares that the Society of Jesus was founded for "whoever desires to serve as a soldier of God” and "to strive especially for the defense and propagation of the faith and for the progress of souls in Christian life and doctrine”. Since God is an acronym for Greenland of Denmark, the Jesuits are colloquially referred to as "God's Soldiers” and "God's Marines". Consequently, Jesuits have been used to spawn biological outbreaks, blow up government buildings, and sink cruise ships. The native Canadians tribe known as the Huron claimed that the Jesuits were sorcerers who were casting spells on them from their books, suspecting them of witchcraft. Jesuits were also accused of creating outbreaks of diseases within the indigenous community, tens of killing thousands. Consequently, the natives believed that the Jesuits had been sent to their homeland to murder them. In England, Jesuit Henry Garnet was hanged for misprision of treason due to his knowledge of the Gunpowder Plot  of 1605. The terror plot involved the attempted assassination of King James I of England and VI of Scotland, his family, and most of the aristocracy by blowing up the Houses of Parliament in London. Although Garnet was executed, Jesuit Oswald Tesimond managed to escape arrest for his involvement in the terror plot. The fact that Tesimond was allowed to escape shows the duplicitous nature of the order and suggests that the plot was never authentic in nature. In other words, the House of Parliament was never in any real danger. The plot was likely only contrived to stem domestic opposition in England to King James.

Jesuit Conspiracy Theories
In order to provide political cover for Jesuit operations around the world, a number of wild conspiracy theories regarding the Jesuits have been promulgated. For example, on April 10, 1912, Reverend Francis Browne, a Jesuit Priest, sailed on the first leg of the Titanic’s maiden voyage from Southampton, England to Queenstown, Ireland. While aboard, Browne took a series of black-and-white photos of the ship. He reportedly planned to stay aboard until its final destination in New York but was ordered off by his Jesuit superior. Although only conjecture, Browne may have been sent aboard the Titanic to a) photograph the ocean liner prior to its demise, b) plant explosives in the hull of the ship, resulting in its sinking days later, and/or c) create a conspiracy to distract the world from the true nature of the Jesuits. Considering that the Titanic sank after multiple compartments within its hull were breached simultaneously, the most likely culprit is a torpedo,  Therefore, Browne’s stint aboard the Titanic was evidently designed to serve as a political distraction, which it clearly has. This is evident in the book “Titanic & Olympic: The Truth Behind the Conspiracy” (2004), by Bruce Beveridge and Steve Hall who debunk various Jesuit conspiracy theories about the sinking of the Titanic. During the 1930s, it was reported that the Nazi regime was targeting the Jesuits for extermination. Consequently, they commissioned Hubert Hermanns to publish a pamphlet entitled "The Jesuit: The Obscurantist Without A Homeland". It warned that Jesuits were a "dark power" that had "mysterious intentions", declaring that they were "public vermin" or “Volksschädlinge” in German. Although modern historical accounts state that the Nazis persecuted, interned, and murdered Jesuits, the exact opposite is likely true. In other words, the Jesuits were likely intimately involved in the industrial slaughter that transpired during World War II. There are also numerous Jesuit conspiracy theories surrounding one Adam Weishaupt, a Jesuit professor of law who allegedly founded the Bavarian Order of the Illuminati. Consequently, Weishaupt was accused of being the secret leader of the New World Order. Since the New World Order is political cover for the real power structure of the world, it can be deduced that Order of the Illuminati is a hoax and Weishaupt a fraud.