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Age of Enlightenment Timeline 1800-1869

With thanks to Trufax


1800 United States has 200 interest bearing banks.

1800 Benjamin Waterhouse at Harvard University introduces vaccination in Massachusetts.

1800 British sugar consumption reaches 160 million pounds per year.

1801 First widespread experimentation with vaccines begins.

1802 The British government gives Edward Jenner £10,000 for continued experimentation with "smallpox vaccine." The paradigm that vaccines provide "lifetime immunity" is abandoned, and the concept of "re vaccination" is sanctioned.

1805 Rockets introduced as weapons in Britain.

1805 Morphine isolated by Sarturner.

1806 Napoleon defeats Prussia (Germany) at the battle at Jena, causing Prussia to realize that their defeat, they believed, was due to soldiers thinking only about themselves during time of stress in battle. Prussia then took the principles set forth by Rosseau and Locke and created a new three-tier educational system. The Prussian philosopher Fichte, in his Address to the German People, states that the children will be taken over and told what to think and how to think it.

1807 French abolish slave trade by law.

1807 England prohibits slave trade.

1809 Albert Pike born in Boston, Massachusetts.

1809 Massachusetts encourages its towns to make provision for the vaccination of inhabitants with cow pox vaccinae.

1810 Hahnemann founds homeopathy.

1810 The London Medical Observer (Vol.VI, 1810) publishes particulars of "535 cases of smallpox after vaccination, 97 fatal cases of smallpox after vaccination and 150 cases of serious injury from vaccination, ten of whom were medical men."

1810 Krupp works open in Germany.

1811 Demise of the First National Bank.

1812 The War of 1812 with England. Treasury issues notes to finance war.

1812 Alfred Krupp, German arms manufacturer, born.

1812 Napoleon awards Legion of Honour to Benjamin Dellesert for discovering how to process the beet into sugar (which replaces dependence on the sugar cane).

1812 France has mass planting of sugar beets and 500 refineries open. Over 8 million pounds of sugar are produced in one year.

1812 Death rate from TB in New York 700:100,000.

1814 Suspension of Gold and Silver payments.

1814 American Edward Everett goes to Prussia (Germany) to get his doctorate degree, returns to the United States and eventually becomes governor of Massachusetts.

1815 Income tax ends in England. Resumes in 1842.

1816 Britain passes an act which outlawed brewers from possession of sugar or molasses, since brewers had been adulterating their product with sugar.

1817 Second National Bank established.

1819 Prussian (German) law makes education compulsory. The Humboldt brothers, Stein and others divide German society into three distinct groups: (1) those who will be policy makers who are taught to think ( .5 %), (2) those who will be engineers, lawyers ,doctors who are taught to partially think (5.5%) and (3) the children of the masses (94%), who were to learn obedience and how to follow orders. The school of the masses (volkschulen) divided whole ideas into subjects which did not exist previously . The result was that people would (1) think what someone else told them to think about,(2) when to think it ,(3) how long to think about it ,(4) when to stop thinking about it, and (5) when to think of something else. This way, no one in the masses would know anything that's really going on. (Although brilliant, the system is inherently negative in nature - it would lead eventually to German mind control paradigms in the late 19th and 20th century. The system also weakens or breaks the link between the child and the capacity to read (cross-assimilation creating whole ideas) by replacing the alphabet system of teaching reading with a system of teaching sounds, (breaking into smaller units). The same paradigm relative to reading is currently injected into US Society by the Peabody Foundation, who imposed a northern system of schooling on the US South between 1865 and 1918. The system in the northern US is the Prussian system. Over 48% of the soldiers in the American revolution against the British, on both the American and British sides, were Prussian (German) mercenaries.

1822 The British government advances Edward Jenner another £20,000 for "smallpox vaccine" experimentation. Jenner suppresses reports which indicate his concept is causing more death than saving lives.

1822 From about 1822, for the next 30 years, a stream of Americans go to Prussia (Germany) and bring the educational system back to the United States.

1823 Samuel Russell, second cousin to Skull & Bones founder William H. Russell, establishes Russell & Company. Its business was to acquire opium from Turkey and smuggle it into China, where it was prohibited, under the armed protection of the British.

1824 Justus von Leibig discovers properties of bitter almond (laetrile) and benzaldehyde.

1824 John Q. Adams elected president of the United States. Silicon discovered.

1826 M.Taveau in France invents mercury amalgam fillings.

1826 Cholera epidemic begins in India.

1827 Aluminium is discovered.

1828 Radioactive element Thorium is discovered. Anti-Masonic party established.

1829 Smithsonian Institution founded in Washington DC.

1830 Adam Weishaupt dies.

1830 Russell & Company buys out the Perkin's opium syndicate, which had created the wealth of the Cabot, Lowell, Higginson, Forbes, Cushing and Sturgis family. Russell makes Connecticut the primary centre of the US opium racket. Massachusetts families (Coolidge, Sturgis, Forbes and Delano) joined Connecticut (Alsop) and New York (Low) trafficking families under the auspices of the Russell Company and the British.

1830 Export of nitrates from Chile begins.

1830 Britain imports 18,956 chests of opium to China. Opium becomes the largest commodity in world trade. Element Vanadium is discovered.

1831 Mazzini is exiled to France.

1831 Georg Hegel dies. German philosopher who gave rise to the Hegelian Dialectic: Thesis (create the crisis) Anti-thesis (Offer the Solution) which is the basis of globalist elite manipulation paradigms. The synthesis achieved becomes a symptomatic response instead of addressing the real cause (Govt). The World Order organizes and finances Jewish groups, anti-Jewish groups, Communist groups, anti-Communist groups, and other "opposing" social forces to create predetermined outcomes ensuring power maintenance.

1831 Cholera epidemic spreads from Russia to Central Europe.

1831 Smallpox epidemic in Wurtemberg, Germany, where 995 vaccinated people succumb to the disease.

1831 In Marseilles, France, 2000 vaccinated people are stricken with smallpox.

1832 The Skull&Bones is launched under the Russell pirate flag.

1832 Andrew Jackson re-elected. Vetoes re charter of Bank of US. National debt of the US falls to zero.

1832 British Medical Association chartered. Impetus for forming AMA in U.S.

1832 Christian Hahnemann creates school of homeopathy.

1832 East India Company monopoly of opium trafficking expires.

1832 Jackson veto of re-charter of Second National Bank.

1833 British drop slave trade as unprofitable and issue Emancipation order.

1833 Andrew Jackson orders that US funds be withdrawn from the Bank of the United States.

1833 Mercury amalgam fillings introduced in NYC. Dentists rebelled.

1834 Giuseppe Mazzini appointed as Illuminati director worldwide. Thomas Malthus dies.

1834 Mazzini appoints Albert Pike to head Illuminati operations in the US.

1834 Pope Leo 13th has the headquarters of the Knights of Malta moved to Rome.

1835 First availability of powerful compound microscopes after the perfection of the achromatic objective lens between 1815 and 1830.

1836 Charter of the "Bank of the US" expires.

1836 Britain imports 30,000 chests of opium to China.

1836 First recorded case of the use of psychiatry to suppress dissent in Russia.

1837 Crisis of 1837. All banks suspend specie payment. 600 banks fail. Banks that charge interest expanding rapidly.

1837 J.P. Morgan born.

1838 Smallpox epidemic in England.

1839 Chinese burn 3,000 tons of opium, to the relief of oversupplied British traders.

1839 John D. Rockefeller born.

1839 First time a disease is traced to a parasitic organism. (Schoenlein, fungal infection of scalp).

1840 Roughly 70% of citizens in the US have independent livelihoods. (See 1776).

1840 Baltimore Dental College graduates swore not to use mercury amalgam.

1840 Albert Pike builds a mansion in Arkansas where he designs plans for three world wars and three revolutions. Pike becomes Mazzini's superior.

1840 First Opium War in China, as Chinese protest British import of drugs.

1841 Clinton Roosevelt writes "The Science of Government Founded on Natural Law", outlining the Illuminati plans for the regimentation of mankind under the control of the "enlightened ones" and the destruction of the Constitution.

1842 Treaty of Nanking brings Britain vast wealth and control over Hong Kong.

1842 Salt wells in Pennsylvania found to have oil. William Rockefeller exploits and begins buying up land in Pennsylvania.

1843 Port of Shanghai opened to foreign trade. The first lot in the port is rented by Britain's Jardine Mathieson & Co. Other lots are rented by Samuel Russell, an American representing Baring Brothers. Captain Warren Delano (FDR's grandfather) becomes a member of the Canton Regatta Club, and enters into dealings with the Hong Society. Delano founds his fortune on opium trafficking into China, and later becomes the first vice chairman of the US Federal Reserve Board.

1844 Association of Medical Superintendents of American Institutions for the Insane founded. American stores giving a half pound of sugar free with purchase of five dollars or more.

1846 Nucleus of physicians in New York form the American Medical Association.

1846 Over 117,000 Chinese labourers brought to Western United States, feeding an imported opium trade estimated at 285,000 pounds per year into the US.

1846 Independent US Treasury established.

1846 Former slaves in Caribbean left to manage old sugar plantations - a situation that would last until sugar plantations would eventually be taken over by the United States.

1847 American Medical Association (AMA) organized in the US.

1848 Rockefeller interests establish prime goal of control of US medical system.

1848 Karl Marx Communist Manifesto created. Proposes: abolition of private property in land (through gradually increasing property tax), heavy progressive or graduated income tax, abolition of inheritance rights (inheritance tax), confiscation of private property, a central bank, forced distribution of population and centralization of transportation and communication in the hands of the state.

1848 Immigration from Ireland to the United States. United States news media spread the word that "one third carried a copy of the Manifesto" in order to help enforce the spread of compulsory schooling for "native" Americans.

1848 California Gold Rush.

1848 Dr.Semmelweis at the University of Vienna Medical School cuts infant deaths by requiring doctors to wash their hands. Subsequently fired.

1849 William A Rockefeller indicted for raping a hired girl. William also bills himself as a "cancer specialist" and sells petroleum based products as elixir.

1850 Two states in the United States, Massachusetts and New York, create an active paradigm that says "the state is the father of children" and create laws to cause a social phasing out of "blood family" loyalty and a phasing in of "loyalty to state". The two states create adoption law.

1850 Homoeopathic college founded in Cleveland, Ohio.

1850 US prison population is 29:100,000 (Ratio 29 per 100,000).

1859 The period from 1859 to 1931 is defined by historian Carroll Quigley as the historical stage of Financial Capitalism, where a system of worldwide financial control would be set up in private hands to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the planet as a whole.

1850 British physician reads a paper detailing microscopic examination of food products to the Botanical Society of London. The paper revealed that all food products examined in Britain were adulterated with foreign substances, including chemicals. Hearings periodically held for decades.

1850 Germany experiences a new scientific paradigm, psychophysics, which maintains that people are similar to complex machines. The paradigm further leads to that of experimental psychology in order to discover the nature of humans and how to program them. In Germany, Wundt is the primary proponent of these ideas. American elite begin to come to Germany to study the paradigm.

1853 Cecil Rhodes born.

1853 Dr. Isaac Brown, a prominent British surgeon and president of the Medical Society of London, creates a surgical procedure to remove the clitoris from women on the grounds that "masturbation caused epilepsy and convulsive diseases."

1853 Smallpox epidemic in England.

1853 In England, the Compulsory Vaccination Act . From 1853 to 1860, vaccination reached 75% of the live births and more than 90% of the population.

1853 Chloroform first used as anaesthetic in England.

1853 First use of hypodermic needle for subcutaneous injection.

1854 German watchmaker Heinrich Goebel invents first light bulb.

1855 Compulsory nature of Massachusetts vaccination statute firm, and a pre- condition for school admittance. Statutes created in the belief it would "protect children from smallpox."

1855 New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal sports an editorial which declares that "masturbation is the destroying element of civilized society."

1855 Outbreak of cholera in England.

1856 Daniel Coit Gilman, Andrew White and Timothy Dwight set up the Yale Trust to finance the Skull & Bones organization at Yale University. White would become first president of Cornell University and US ambassador to Russia (1892) and US Ambassador to Germany (1897-1902). White advised Herbert Hoover to set up the Hoover Institution. Gilman trained John Dewey, who would help him dominate American education in the 20th century. Gilman also trained Richard Ely, who in turn trained Woodrow Wilson (who gave the Federal Reserve System to the United States, the income tax and WWI.) All three of the men who set up the Yale Trust were educated at the University of Berlin, where they were indoctrinated with Hegelian Determinism, which states that everyone must be controlled to achieve predetermined goals.

1856 John Stuart Mill (On Liberty) becomes secretary of the East India Company. A disciple of Mill, David Ricardo, originated the Theory of Rents. His descendant, Rita Ricardo, married to Wesley Campbell (head of the Hoover Institution) would advise President Ronald Reagan on Social Security.

1857 Vaccination in England enforced by fines. Smallpox epidemic begins in England that lasts until 1859. Over 14,000 die.

1858 Second Opium War lasts until 1860 in China. British establish Hong Kong and Shanghai corporations to act as clearing house for drug transactions.

1858 England experiences a 7 year epidemic of Pertussis (ending in 1865) in which 120,000 die.

1859 Stampede into the oil fields of Pennsylvania. Property prices sky-rocket and the Rockefeller's begin to make their fortune in oil.

1859 Darwin's Origin of the Species is published.

1860 British and French lay siege to Beijing and burn temples and shrines. Treaty of Tientsin allows Britain control of 7/8 of China trade.

1860 Introduction of anti-biotics and immunization into the US. (Thru 1896).

1860 British import 58,681 chests of opium to China.

1860 United States Government begins a 30 year period of genocide against native American Indians in order to acquire land. Hundreds of thousands of people are rounded up, killed, or relocated to outdoor concentration camps (reservations).

1860 Encyclopaedia Britannica (8th Edition) states "nothing is more likely to prove hurtful to the cause of vaccination and render the public careless of securing to themselves its benefits, than the belief that they would require to submit to re-vaccination every 10 to 15 years". Later, in the 11th edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the policy would change: "it is desirable that vaccination should be repeated at the age of 7 to 10 years, and thereafter at intervals during life".

1860 Abraham Lincoln elected as President of the United States.

1860 Senate Report on Crime in Washington DC.

1860 Electric storage battery invented and Caesium is discovered.

1860 Food and Drug Act in England established.

1861 US Civil War begins. Morgan's, Armour's and Vanderbilt's make a fortune from the conflict.

1861 Bank Panic of 1861. Banks refuse to loan US money.

1861 United States introduces passport system.

1862 Act of 1862 authorizes the issuance of 150 million in legal tender US notes, later known as "Lincoln Greenbacks". Other issuances in 1862 and 1863 amount to a total of 450 million. Bankers receive no interest from this and plot revenge. An article in the London Times advises that the US government most be destroyed lest it become prosperous beyond precedent.

1862 Abraham Lincoln outlaws the trade in Chinese coolies (laborer/slaves).

1863 Gatling gun invented.

1863 National Banking Act passed by British sympathizers, authorizing a private corporation to issue US money. Protested by Lincoln. Currency issued by depositing "government bonds" with the US Treasury. Bonds are secured by a first lien on all physical property within the nation and a first lien on national income.

1863 Congress taxes private banknotes out of existence.

1863 National Academy of Sciences founded in Washington DC.

1863 Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation frees 3 million slaves in the US.

1863 Second major epidemic of smallpox in England lasts until 1865. 20,000 die.

1864 The Long Walk of the Navajos.

1864 Pasteur invents pasteurization process for wine.

1864 Dozens of oil refineries spring up in Cleveland, Ohio.

1865 George Peabody (Rothschild's) conceives of "tax exempt charitable foundation".

1865 United States Military Railroad set up by banks and railroads.

1865 Union stockyards open in Chicago.

1865 Lincoln assassinated.

1864 British opium trafficking produces £20 million from China in 1864.

1865 Maxwell's Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism published.

1865 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) founded.

1866 "Black Friday" on London Stock Exchange.

1866 Alfred Nobel invents dynamite and Whitehead invents torpedo.

1867 Vaccination Act of 1867 in England begins to elicit protest from the population and increase in the number of anti-vaccination groups. It compelled the vaccination of a baby within the first 90 days of its life. Those who objected would be continually badgered by magistrates and fined until the child turned 14. The law was passed on the assurance of medical officials that smallpox vaccinations were safe.

1867 Joseph Lister introduces sanitation into surgery, over the objections of leading English surgeons.

1867 Non-payment of fines for skipping smallpox vaccination result in harsh penalties.

1868 The National Academy of Science is set up by an act of Congress.

1869 Conference of the British Medical Association devotes its surgery discussions to an attack on antiseptic theory and the work of Lister.

1869 Transcontinental rail road completed in the United States.