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2008 Hailed Appointment of the New Black Pope

June 22, 2011

In January 2008 and just a street away from St. Peter’s Square, church elders gathered for a closed-door meeting to elect the man dubbed the Black Pope, [1] the name historically assigned to the leader of the Jesuit Order: they say for the colour of the simple priestly vestments he keeps on wearing for the lifetime of his post, and for the planetary influence he carries, – with the Sun and Moon implication, but more importantly it also represents the black and white revered in Freemasonry. – The Black Pope of the Jesuit Order and the White Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.

St. Ignatius is known to have written: “…I will believe that the white that I see is black if the hierarchical Church so defines it”. [2] The Jesuit’s, outgoing Superior General was a creepily soft-spoken [a bit like the present White Pope] native of the Netherlands named Father Peter-Hans Kolvenbach [alias Cloven –Hoof to some], who had served since 1983.  The 79 year old last became the first ever Jesuit leader to ask for and receive, papal permission to retire from the post, which in itself raises suspicion, as his decision was not due to ill health, – we can assume he was asked to leave before he was pushed, and no different as to when we hear politicians say: “I’m deciding to spend more time with my family”, just moments away from being exposed for either their involvement in some kind of scandal, or controversy which would have forced them to resign anyway.  His request to step down as he approached the age of 80, Vatican sources said: “…could have implications for the ‘white’ papacy as well if a Pope were to consider retiring because of old age or ill health”. [1]

It sounds as if the order for him to stand down came from within a Jesuit Order conclave, as we all know these positions are normally for life.  The election of a new Black Pope requires a three-fourths majority of delegates.  The Superior General’s election has its own traditions and intrigue.  Before the voting begins only after four days of what in Latin is called “murmuratio” or private discussions among the delegates about necessary requisites and possible candidates for the job.  Anyone showing any sign of ambition is automatically disqualified. [3] – [No wonder their all got their heads hung down.]  Then, after a prayer to the Holy Spirit and oath of allegiance, the voting is carried out with secret written ballots. [1] The Jesuit delegates consider candidate’s for their prayerfulness, leadership and organisational capacity, language skills and geography.

It was rumoured the Jesuits may elect their first ever leader from Asia, with Father Lisbert D’Sousa of India mentioned, and I bet that’s who will replace the present Black Pope as and when the position next becomes available again.  Delegates do their voting inside the Jesuit’s vast, marble-lined headquarters on Borgo Santo Spirito, with the doors closed and no outsiders allowed in.  When one man has received the necessary majority, rather than white smoke shown for when the white Pope has been elected, you soon know there’s a new Black Pope by the sound of applause through the wooden doors of the Jesuit sala.

As for revealing who the new Superior General’s identity is to the world: and before the delegates are allowed to leave the voting hall, a lone messenger would take the short walk over to St. Peter’s Square to be sure that, by tradition the first person to know the name of the new Jesuit leader the ‘Black Pope’ is the ‘White Pope’.

In 2008 and the current Superior General of the Jesuit Order thus the Black Pope is the Reverend Father Adolfo Nicolás of Spain. When he orders his 85 plus provincials to jump, they jump, as all provincials are subordinate to him.  The Jesuit Order has divided the world into 85 regions or so.  For each region, there’s a “Jesuit Provincial”, there are ten provincials in the United States, one for Central America and one for Ireland. [4]  They’ve divided up the world into these provinces, it’s strictly a Roman form of government where all the states or provinces are subordinate to this worldwide sovereign in the 21st century and has been so far from at least 1541, even much earlier than these times, since the formation of the Catholic church in fact. [5]

The Jesuit Superior General exercises full and complete power over the Order.  And this is a vital piece of information which effect’s us all, as when “they” [our governments] decide to start a war, or an agitation, the Black Pope gets all the information and background required from his Provincial in charge of that particular country or region.  How better way is there to go about gathering vital details and intelligence of information that will give a direct insight about the mood and the demeanour of the people, and more importantly the political climate within the country.  It’s very much the same principal as MI5, MI6 the CIA etc., [and other countries using their own secret services], spying on the community, with spooks and undercover policeman and women living within it [has was recently exposed as the case in the UK, and which I’ve already mentioned], and updating their bosses as to what’s going on regarding certain individuals of interest to them.

In fact the original concept of; “Confession” was introduced as a way of informing on your neighbours, almost each village or town had a Church and Priest long before there were officers of the law as we know them to be today and it was from here where the law & order of the land was administered and a close eye was kept on the parish and its dwellers, intelligence is key if you want to keep in control.  At times of “confession”, it would give rise to the opportunity “to grass and inform” about; “Johnny down the road was seeing another women or that the old Hag living in the woods was dabbling in witchcraft etc”, and all this was done in secrecy and under the veil of confession, with full confidence that what the informant had told the Priest would be kept between yourselves.

The provincials rule the lower Jesuit’s, and there are many Jesuits who are not “professed” – affirmed to privy information etc., so many of the lower Jesuits, just like many lower Freemasons have no idea what’s going on at the top.  They have no concept of the power of their Order, just like in the world of Freemasonry.  The lower have no idea that the high level Freemasons are working; hand in Masonic glove with the Jesuit Order-the Vatican, and alongside those other members composed of; “Scientists, economists, businessmen, international high civil servants, heads of state and former heads of state from all five continents…” [4] In which according to their own literature:- “who are convinced that the future of humankind is not determined once and for all, and that each human being can contribute to the improvement of our societies of the Club of Rome”, [6] founded in 1968, a global think tank that deals with a variety of international political issues.

The reason for the close association between the Jesuits/Illuminati/Freemasonry and why high-level Freemasons are allegiant and perhaps even answerable to the Black Pope, is because when the then 18th elected Superior General, Lorenzo Ricci and in close association with Fredrick the Great, wrote the High Degrees, the last 8 Degrees of the Scottish Rite Freemasonry, whilst in the protection of Fredrick II the King of Prussia from the Hohenzollern dynasty, when the Order was suppressed by the Pope in 1773, and why there is this alignment between the most powerful Freemason the craft had ever had, the ‘Society of Jesus’.

Formed in the 12th century; was the Order of Brothers of the German House Saint Mary in Jerusalem, mainly known as the ‘Teutonic Order’ are a German Catholic religious order, allegiant to the Papacy, – some could say, that in certain respects, today’s Shriners, and more so; the Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted Realm [M.O.V.P.E.R.] also known as the Grotto, an appendant body in Freemasonry, have a common connection with the crusading military Teutonic Order and their Teutonic Knights, [or they’d love to think they do], which was allegedly formed to aid Christians on their pilgrimages to the Holy Land and to establish hospitals to care for the sick and injured.  The membership was always small, but whenever the situation arose, volunteers and mercenaries joined forces to help increase their military capabilities.

In his role as a prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire, Frederick IV of Brandenburg, known as Frederick the Great and was nicknamed Old Fritz.  Frederick generally supported religious toleration, including the retention of Jesuits as teachers in Silesia, Warmia and the Netze District after their suppression by Pope Clement XIV. [7] He was interested in attracting a diversity of skills to his country, especially from Jesuit teachers and alongside Huguenot citizens, or Jewish merchants and bankers, particularly from Spain.  He wanted development throughout the country, specifically in areas that he judged as needing a particular kind of development.  Frederick wrote in his; Testament politique that: “We have too many Jews in the towns.  They are needed on the Polish border because in these areas Hebrew’s alone perform trade. As soon as you get away from the frontier, the Jews become a disadvantage, they form cliques, they deal in contraband and get up to all manner of rascally tricks which are detrimental to Christian burghers and merchants.  I have never persecuted anyone from this or any other sect [sic]; I think, however, it would be prudent to pay attention, so that their numbers do not increase”. [7]

Jews on the Polish border were therefore encouraged to perform all the trade they could and received all the protection and support from the king as any other Prussian citizen.  Frederick’s religious tolerance seemed to be motivated by more than a simple ploy to achieve advancement for his country.  At a time when much of Europe still keenly remembered the invasions of the Ottoman Empire in the 17th century, he said good old classic Masonic fervour; “All religions are equal and good and as long as those practicing are an ‘honest people’ [Surely he meant, who can be controlled to tow the line, pay their taxes, and be accountable to their leaders.], and wish to populate our land, may they be Turks or Pagans, we will build them Mosques and Churches”. – [He refers to those who believe in Islam -Turks, as worshiping in a Mosque, and “Christians”, who would normally pray in Churches, – as “Pagans”.] – As under Frederick much wasteland was made arable and Prussia was looking for new colonists.  Frederick repeatedly emphasised that race and religion were of no concern to him.

Then when it’s comes to the Napoleonic Wars and the French Revolution, you can see that these too were carried-out by Freemasons loyal to the Society of Jesus.  Everything Napoleon did, as did the Jacobins benefited the Jesuit Order.  The Jacobin Club was the most famous political club of the French Revolution, initially they were moderate, but when the time was right, the club later became notorious for its implementation of the Reign of Terror. To this day, the terms Jacobin and Jacobinism are used as pejoratives for left-wing revolutionary politics. – It’s said why Alexander Dumas wrote: The Count of Monte Cristo.  Monte=Mount, Cristo=Christ – The Count of the Mount of Christ. [8] The Count assuming the role of the then Jesuit Superior General, Dumas appears to be talking about the Jesuit General getting vengeance when the Jesuits were suppressed, and when many of them were consigned to an island, three hours sailing somewhere off the West coast of Portugal.  And so, when the Jesuits finally regained their power, and as part of the French Revolution they punished all of the Monarchs of Europe who had suppressed them, drove them from their thrones, including the Knights of Malta from Malta, using Napoleon and his army to do the job. [5]

Masonry still retains among its emblems one of a woman weeping over a broken column, holding in her hand a branch of acacia, myrtle, or tamarisk, while Time, we are told, stands behind her combing out the ringlets of her hair. We need not repeat the vapid and trivial explanation… given, of this representation of Isis, weeping at Byblos, over the column torn from the palace of the King, that contained the body of Osiris, while Horus, the God of Time, pours ambrosia on her hair. [9] – Albert Pike 33°Morals and Dogma.

Secret societies have been in existence at least since the date of the earliest known writings.  Some have served utilitarian ends, others speculative; some have been visible, others invisible, except to government information services, which have always been aware of their existence. Each has based its existence on a secret, the secret of its mystery, purpose, direction, ritual or, more generally, its organisation. Ultimately, what has at all times and in all places distinguished secret societies from other associations is that the former are organised in a manner parallel to, but often above, official forms of government, whatever those forms may be; Police, Fire Brigade, St John’s Ambulance etc.,  The Canadian Encyclopaedia. [10]

Chapter 44: 2008 Hailed Appointment of the New Black Pope, from Trapped in a Masonic World.

[1] “Jesuits to Elect a New ‘Black Pope’ – TIME.” <,8599,1700157,00.html&gt;.

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[8] “Play The Count of Monte Cristo Hidden Object

[9] “The Story of Hiram Abiff.” <;.

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