The Jesuits (Society of Jesus)

The Jesuit Order is also known as Society of Jesus.
The Jesuit Order is also known as Society of Jesus.

Ignatius Loyola and six followers in 1539, they formed the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), approved in 1540 by Pope Paul III, as well as his Spiritual Exercises approved in 1548. Loyola also composed the Constitutions of the Society and on 19 April 1541, he became its first Superior General.

Ignatius Loyola, while studying at Salamanca (1527) was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the alumbrados, but escaped with an admonition.


Typhon is the embodiment of every perversity. He is the negative creation, the Ahriman of Zoroasterism. Typhon is black magic and sorcery— the Black Brotherhood (Jesuit Order)….”  – Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians, by Manly Hall pg. 148-150


Adam Weishaupt founder of “The Order of Perfectibilists (Perfektibilisten)” but became famous as the “Ordo Illuminati Bavarensis”, or the Bavarian Illuminati was Jesuit taught and reared. He graduated from the Jesuit Universty of Ingolstadt in 1768. In 1772 he was also made a professor of Cannon Law at Universty of Ingolstadt a position held exlusely by Jesuits at that time.


Freemasonry and Jesuits

“It is curious to note too that most of the bodies which work these, such as the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, the Rite of Avignon, the Order of the Temple, Fessler’s Rite, the ‘Grand Council of the Emperors of the East and West — Sovereign Prince Masons,’ etc., etc., are nearly all the offspring of the sons of Ignatius Loyola. The Baron Hundt, Chevalier Ramsay, Tschoudy, Zinnendorf, and numerous others who founded the grades in these rites, worked under instructions from the General of the Jesuits. The nest where these high degrees were hatched, and no Masonic rite is free from their baleful influence more or less, was the Jesuit College of Clermont at Paris.”

“That bastard foundling of Freemasonry, the ‘Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite,’ which is unrecognized by the Blue Lodges was the enunciation, primarily, of the brain of the Jesuit Chevalier Ramsay. It was brought by him to England in 1736-38, to aid the cause of the Catholic Stuarts. “-Vol 2, Page 390 ISIS UNVEILED H. P. Blavatsky


In 2013, Jorge Mario Bergoglio became the first Jesuit Pope, as Francis I.


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Jesuit rings the design looks like it IXXI (911), it’s also claimed as an A and M that standing for Auspice Maria – under the protection of Mary.
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Money (United States of America)

A dollar is not federal reserve notes but  is an unit of measurement used for the weight of sliver.
A dollar is not federal reserve notes but  is an unit of measurement used for the weight of sliver.

Constitution for the United States of America

Article I Section 8: The Congress shall have Power.
To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures; and To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current Coin of the United States.

Congress, has power to coin money not to print money.  Also, the federal reverse, which is a private bank controlled by share holders not any part of the goverment, has no right to print or make money.

Article I Section 10: No State shall coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of debts.


Dollar (United States of America)

Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856 Edition

Definition

DOLLAR, money. A silver coin of the United States of the value of one hundred cents, or tenth part of an eagle.

2. It weighs four hundred and twelve and a half grains. Of one thousand parts, nine hundred are of pure silver and one hundred of alloy. Act of January 18, 1837, ss. 8 & 9, 4 Sharsw. Cont. of Story’s L. U. S. 2523, 4; wright, R. 162.

3. In all computations at the custom-house, the specie dollar of Sweden and Norway shall be estimated at one hundred and six cents. The specie dollar of Denmark, at one hundred and-five cents. Act of May 22, 1846.

CENT, money. A copper coin of the United States of the value of ten mills; ten of them are equal to a dime, and one hundred, to one dollar. Each cent is required to contain one hundred and sixty-eight grains. Act of January 18th, 1837~’ 4 Sharsw. cont..of Story’,s L. U. S. 2524.

A dollar is not federal reserve notes but a unit of measurement used for the weight silver.


“In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value. If there were, the government would have to make its holding illegal, as was done in the case of gold. If everyone decided, for example, to convert all his bank deposits to silver or copper or any other good, and thereafter declined to accept checks as payment for goods, bank deposits would lose their purchasing power and government-created bank credit would be worthless as a claim on goods. The financial policy of the welfare state requires that there be no way for the owners of wealth to protect themselves. This is the shabby secret of the welfare statists’ tirades against gold. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth.” – Gold and Economic Freedom by Alan Greenspan Published in Ayn Rand’s “Objectivist” newsletter in 1966, and reprinted in her book, Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, in 1967.


Federal reverse notes use to contain the words, "Will pay to the bearer on demand"
Federal reverse notes use to contain the words, “Will pay to the bearer on demand”
Today, Federal reverse notes are no longer exchangeable for dollars.
Today, Federal reverse notes are no longer exchangeable for dollars.

This change making today’s federal reverse notes simply worthless paper and only have value because of the false belief of vaule people have given it.

Illuminati

The Illuminati means "enlightened" there are many branch which are found within the mystery schools and many secret societies. It's often confused and limited to Adam Weishaupt and the Bavarian Illuminati.
The Illuminati simply means “enlightened” there are many branches which are found within the mystery schools and many secret societies. It’s often confused and limited to Adam Weishaupt and the Bavarian Illuminati.

“It was not my intention to doubt that, the Doctrines of the Illuminati, and principles of Jacobinism had not spread in the United States. On the contrary,  no one is more truly satisfied of this fact than I am.”-George Washington Letter, October 24, 1798 (click here for full text of letter)

“I feel the weight of the responsibility resting upon me, for in the Illuminati, to preach is a very small part of the duties to be performed.” – Fundamental Laws A Report of the 68th Convocation of the Rose Cross Order (1917) by Clymer R Swinburne pg. 121


The designation illuminati was also in use from the 14th century by the Brethren of the Free Spirit, and in the 15th century was assumed by other enthusiasts who claimed that the illuminating light came, not by being communicated from an authoritative but secret source, but from within, the result of exalted consciousness, or "enlightenment". Alumbrados of Spain To the former class belong the alumbrados of Spain. The historian Marcelino Menendez y Pelayo found the name as early as 1492 (in the form iluminados, 1498), but traced them to a Gnostic origin, and thought their views were promoted in Spain through influences from Italy. One of their earliest leaders, born in Salamanca, a laborer's daughter known as La Beata de Piedrahita, came under the notice of the Inquisition in 1511, as claiming to hold colloquies with Jesus and the Virgin Mary; some high patronage saved her from a rigorous denunciation. (Menendez Pelayo, Los Heterodoxos Espa–oles, 1881, vol. V.). Ignatius Loyola, while studying at Salamanca in 1527, was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the alumbrados, but escaped with an admonition. Illumines of France The movement (under the name of Illumines) seems to have reached France from Seville in 1623, and attained some following in Picardy when joined (1634) by Pierce Guerin, cure of Saint-Georges de Roye, whose followers, known as Gurinets, were suppressed in 1635. A century later, another, more obscure body of Illumines came to light in the south of France in 1722, and appears to have lingered till 1794, having affinities with those known contemporaneously in Britain as 'French Prophets', an offshoot of the Camisards. Rosicrucians A different class were the Rosicrucians, who claimed to originate in 1407, but rose into notice in 1614 when their main text Fama Fraternitatis appeared; a secret society, that claimed to combine the possession of esoteric principles of religion with the mysteries of alchemy. Their positions are embodied in three anonymous treatises of 1614 (mentioned in Richard and Giraud, Dictionnaire universel des sciences ecclesiastiques, Paris 1825), as well as in the Confessio Fraternitatis of 1615. Rosicrucians also claimed heritage from the Knights Templar. Martinists Later, the title Illuminati was applied to the French Martinists which had been founded in 1754 by Martinez Pasqualis, and to their imitators the Russian Martinists, headed about 1790 by Professor Schwartz of Moscow; both were occultist cabalists and allegorists, absorbing eclectic ideas from Jakob Boehme and Emanuel Swedenborg.
“ILLUMINATI (Lat. Illuimare) a designation illuminati  in use from the 15th century, and applied to, or assumed by,  by  enthusiasts of types distinct form each other, according  as the ” light”  claimed was veiwed as directly  communicated from a higher but source, or as due to a clarified and exalted condition of the human intelligence. To the former class belong the alumbrados of Spain.  Marcelino Menendez y Pelayo found the name about 1492 (in the form aluminados, 1498), but traces them to a Gnostic origin, and thought their views were promoted in Spain through influences from Italy. One of their earliest leaders, born in Salamanca, a laborer’s daughter known as La Beata de Piedrahita, came under the notice of the Inquisition in 1511, as claiming to hold colloquies with our Lord  and the Virgin; having high patrons, no decision was taken against  her  (Menendez Pelayo, Los Heterodoxos Espa–oles, 1881, vol. V.). Ignatius Loyola, while studying at Salamanca (1527) was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the alumbrados, but escaped with an admonition. Others where not so fortunate. In 1529 a congregation of unlettered adherents  at Toledo was visited with scourging and imprisonment. Greater rigouts followed, and for about a century the alumbrados afforded many victims to the Inquisition, especially at Cordova. The movement  (under the name Illumints) seems to have reached France from Seville in 1625, and obtained some propertions in Picardy when  (1634) by Pierre Guerin, cure of Saint-Georges de Roye, whose followers, known as Guerinets,  were suppressed in 1635. (Herman hist. des keresies, 1717)  Another and more obscure body of Illumines came to light in the south of France in 1722, and appears to have lingered till 1794, having affinities with those known contemporaneously in this country as ‘French Prophets’, an offshoot of the Camisards. Of A different class were the so-called  Illuminati, better know as Rosicrucians, who claimed to originate in 1422,
The designation illuminati was also in use from the 14th century by the Brethren of the Free Spirit, and in the 15th century was assumed by other enthusiasts who claimed that the illuminating light came, not by being communicated from an authoritative but secret source, but from within, the result of exalted consciousness, or "enlightenment". Alumbrados of Spain To the former class belong the alumbrados of Spain. The historian Marcelino Menendez y Pelayo found the name as early as 1492 (in the form iluminados, 1498), but traced them to a Gnostic origin, and thought their views were promoted in Spain through influences from Italy. One of their earliest leaders, born in Salamanca, a laborer's daughter known as La Beata de Piedrahita, came under the notice of the Inquisition in 1511, as claiming to hold colloquies with Jesus and the Virgin Mary; some high patronage saved her from a rigorous denunciation. (Menendez Pelayo, Los Heterodoxos Espa–oles, 1881, vol. V.). Ignatius Loyola, while studying at Salamanca in 1527, was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the alumbrados, but escaped with an admonition. Illumines of France The movement (under the name of Illumines) seems to have reached France from Seville in 1623, and attained some following in Picardy when joined (1634) by Pierce Guerin, cure of Saint-Georges de Roye, whose followers, known as Gurinets, were suppressed in 1635. A century later, another, more obscure body of Illumines came to light in the south of France in 1722, and appears to have lingered till 1794, having affinities with those known contemporaneously in Britain as 'French Prophets', an offshoot of the Camisards. Rosicrucians A different class were the Rosicrucians, who claimed to originate in 1407, but rose into notice in 1614 when their main text Fama Fraternitatis appeared; a secret society, that claimed to combine the possession of esoteric principles of religion with the mysteries of alchemy. Their positions are embodied in three anonymous treatises of 1614 (mentioned in Richard and Giraud, Dictionnaire universel des sciences ecclesiastiques, Paris 1825), as well as in the Confessio Fraternitatis of 1615. Rosicrucians also claimed heritage from the Knights Templar. Martinists Later, the title Illuminati was applied to the French Martinists which had been founded in 1754 by Martinez Pasqualis, and to their imitators the Russian Martinists, headed about 1790 by Professor Schwartz of Moscow; both were occultist cabalists and allegorists, absorbing eclectic ideas from Jakob Boehme and Emanuel Swedenborg.
(Continued) but rose into notice in 1537; a secret society, combining with the mysteries of alchemy the possession of esoteric principles of religion . Their positions are embodied in three anonymous treatises of 1614 (Richard et Giraud, Dictionnaire universel des sciences ecclesiastiques, Paris 1825). A short-lived movement of republican free-thought, to the whose adherents the name Illuminati was given, was founded May-day 1776 by Adam Weishaupt (d. 1830), professor of  Cannon Law at Ingolstadt, ex-Jesuit. The title of this order or society was Perfertibilisit  (Perfektibilisten). Its member, pledged to obedience to their superiors, we’re divided into three main classes; the first included “novices” “minervals” and “lesser Illuminati”; the second consisting of free masons,  “ordinary” “Scottish” and “Scottish knights”; the third or “mystery” class comprising two  grades of “priest” and “regent” and of “magus” and “king.” Relations with Masonic lodges were established at Munich and Freudian in 1780. The order had it branches in most countries of the European continent, but it’s total number never seem to have exceased two thousand. The scheme had its attraction for literary men, such as Goethe and Herder, and even form the reigning dukes Gotha and Weimar. Internal rupture preceded its downfall in 1785.  Later, the title Illuminati was given  to the French Martinists, founded in 1754 by Martinez Pasqualis, and to their imitators the Russian Martinists, headed about 1790 by Professor Schwartz of Moscow; both were Cabalists and allegorists, imbibing ideas from Jakob Boehme and Emanuel Swedenborg. – Encyclopedia Brittanica, Vol. 14, 1911 page 320

“The great strength of our Order lies in its concealment; let it never appear in any place in its own name, but always covered by another name, and another occupation. None is fitter than the three lower degrees of Free Masonry; the public is accustomed to it, expects little from it, and therefore takes little notice of it.

Next to this, the form of a learned or literary society is best suited to our purpose, and had Free Masonry not existed, this cover would have been employed; and it may be much more than a cover, it may be a powerful engine in our hands. By establishing reading societies, and subscription libraries, and taking these under our direction, and supplying them through our labors, we may turn the public mind which way we will.

In like manner we must try to obtain an influence in the military academies (this may be of mighty consequence) the printing-houses, booksellers’ shops, chapters, and in short in all offices which have any effect, either in forming, or in managing, or even in directing the mind of man: painting and engraving are highly worth our care.”-Adam Weishaupt (from John Robinson’s “Proofs of a Conspiracy” p. 112)


The “Lion King” is telling the story of the opposing forces of the Illuminati.

Ignatius of Loyola

Ignatius of Loyola was a Spanish knight from a local Basque noble family, hermit, priest since 1537, and theologian.
Ignatius of Loyola was a Spanish knight from a local Basque noble family, hermit, priest since 1537, and theologian. He also formed the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

“Ignatius Loyola, while studying at Salamanca (1527) was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the alumbrados, but escaped with an admonition.”-Encyclopedia Brittanica, Vol. 14, 1911 page 320

Ignatius and six followers bound themselves by vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. In 1539, they formed the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), approved in 1540 by Pope Paul III, as well as his Spiritual Exercises approved in 1548. Loyola also composed the Constitutions of the Society and on 19 April 1541, he became its first Superior General.

Alumbrados

Palace of the Dukes of the Infantry , Guadalajara , where a group of "enlightened" who were under the protection of Duke met.
Palace of the Dukes of the Infantry , Guadalajara , where a group of  “alumbrados” who were under the protection of Duke met.

Alumbrado,is Spanish meaning “Enlightened” or Illuminati, a mystical movement in Spain during the 16th and 17th centuries. Its adherents claimed that the human soul, having attained a certain degree of perfection, was permitted a vision of the divine and entered into direct communication with the Holy Spirit.


“…according as the “light” claimed was veiwed as directly communicated from a higher but source, or as due to a clarified and exalted condition of the human intelligence. To the former class belong the alumbrados of Spain. Marcelino Menendez y Pelayo found the name about 1492 (in the form aluminados, 1498), but traces them to a Gnostic origin, and thought their views were promoted in Spain through influences from Italy. One of their earliest leaders, born in Salamanca, a laborer’s daughter known as La Beata de Piedrahita, came under the notice of the Inquisition in 1511, as claiming to hold colloquies with our Lord and the Virgin; having high patrons, no decision was taken against her (Menendez Pelayo, Los Heterodoxos Espa–oles, 1881, vol. V.). Ignatius Loyola, founder of the The Jesuits (Society of Jesus), while studying at Salamanca (1527) was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the alumbrados, but escaped with an admonition. Others where not so fortunate. In 1529 a congregation of unlettered adherents at Toledo was visited with scourging and imprisonment. Greater rigouts followed, and for about a century the alumbrados afforded many victims to the Inquisition, especially at Cordova. The movement (under the name Illumints) seems to have reached France from Seville in 1625, and obtained some propertions in Picardy when (1634) by Pierre Guerin, cure of Saint-Georges de Roye, whose followers, known as Guerinets, were suppressed in 1635.”-Encyclopedia Brittanica, Vol. 14, 1911 page 320

Pedro Ruiz de Alcaraz (Guadalajara, circa 1480) was one of the first members and propagators.

September 23 1525 the General Inquisitor Alonso Manrique de Lara promulgated an edict against the Alumbrados.

Ahura Mazda

Iran 10 Rials 1332 (1953).
Iran 10 Rials (1953).

Ahura Mazdaalso is known as Ohrmazd, Ahuramazda, Hourmazd, Hormazd, and Hurmuz, Lord or simply as spirit.

Ahura Mazda is described as the highest spirit of worship in Zoroastrianism, along with being the first and most frequently invoked spirit in the Yasna.

The literal meaning of the word Ahura is light and Mazda is wisdom.


Mazda Motor Corporation

From "The History and Spirit of Mazda" (PDF). Mazda. Retrieved June 9, 2015.
From “The History and Spirit of Mazda” (PDF). Mazda. Retrieved June 9, 2015.

 

Zoroastrianism

The “Faravahar,” is the symbol of Zoroastrianism.
The “Faravahar,” is the symbol of Zoroastrianism.

Prophet Zoroaster (Zarathustra) founded Zoroastrianism in ancient Iran.

“The doctrine of pure Zoroastrianism was monotheistic. The Supreme Being was called Ahuramazda, and Haug says that Zoroaster’s conception of him was perfectly identical with the Jewish notion of Jehovah. He is referred to as “the Creator of the earthly and spiritual life, the Lord of the whole universe, at whose hands are all the creatures.” He is wisdom and intellect; the light itself, and the source of light; the rewarder of the virtuous and the punisher of the wicked.

The dualistic doctrine of Ormuzd and Ahrimanes, which has falsely been attributed to Zoroaster, was in reality the development of a later corruption of the Zoroasteric teaching. But the great reformer sought to solve the puzzling question of the origin of evil in the world, by supposing that there existed in Ahuramazda two spirits, inherent in his nature, the one positive and the other negative. All that was good was real, existent; while the absence of that reality was a non-existence or evil. Evil was the absence of good as darkness was the absence of light.

Zoroaster taught the idea of a future life and the immortality of the soul. The doctrine of the resurrection is one of the principal dogmas of the Zendavesta. He also clearly inculcated the belief of a heaven and a hell. The former was called the House of Hymns, because the angels were supposed to sing hymns there; the latter the house of destruction, and to it were relentlessly consigned the poets and Priests of the old Aryan religion.

The doctrine of sacred names, so familiar to the Hebrews, was also taught by Zoroaster. In one of the Yashts, a portion of the Zendavesta, Ahuramazda tells Zarathustra that the utterance of one of his sacred names, of which he enumerates twenty, is the best protection from evil. Of these names, one is ahmi, meaning I am, and another, ahmi vat ahmi, I am who I am. The reader will be reminded here of the Holy Name in Exodus, Ehyeh asher Ehyeh, or I am that I am.

The doctrine of Zoroaster was not forever confined to Bactria, but passed over into other countries; nor in the transmission did it fail to suffer some corruption. From its original seat it spread into Media, and under the name Magism, or the doctrine of the Magavas, that is, the mighty ones, was incorporated at Babylon with the Chaldean philosophy, whence we find its traces in the Rabbinism and the Cabalism of the Hebrews. It was carried, too, into Persia, where it has Jeell developed into the awoder and still existing sect of the Parsees, of whom we now find two divisions, the conservatives and liberals; the former cultivating the whole modified doctrine of Zoroaster, and the latter retaining much of the doctrine, but rejecting to a very great extent the ceremonial instructions.” -ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FREEMASONRY AND ITS KINDRED SCIENCES by ALBERT G. MACKEY

Prophet Zoroaster (Zarathustra)

Prophet Zoroaster (Zarathustra) founded Zoroastrianism in ancient Iran.
Prophet Zoroaster (Zarathustra) founded Zoroastrianism in ancient Iran.

It is thought that he was born 628 BCE in Iran and died 551 BCE but this is uncertain.

“A major personality in the history of the religions of the world, Zoroaster has been the object of much attention for two reasons. On the one hand, he became a legendary figure believed to be connected with occult knowledge and magical practices in the Near Eastern and Mediterranean world in the Hellenistic Age (c. 300 bc–c. ad 300). On the other hand, his monotheistic concept of God has attracted the attention of modern historians of religion, who have speculated on the connections between his teaching and Judaism and Christianity.” -britannica.com

“Having received a vision from Ahura Mazdā, the Wise Lord, who appointed him to preach the truth, Zoroaster apparently was opposed in his teachings by the civil and religious authorities in the area in which he preached.” -britannica.com

“These Mysteries (Mithras) are supposed to
have been carried from Egypt by Zeradusht or Zoroaster, and instituted as an initiation into the principles of the religion which he had founded among the ancient Persians. “– The origin of Freemasonry and Knights templar by Bennett, John Richardson, (1907) pg. 16


Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for All and None is a philosophical novel by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, composed in four parts between 1883 and 1885 and published between 1883 and 1891. Much of the work deals with ideas such as the “eternal recurrence of the same”, the parable on the “death of God”, and the “prophecy” of the Übermensch, which were first introduced in The Gay Science.

The tone poem by Richard Strauss, Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 (Thus Spoke Zarathustra or Thus Spake Zarathustra) composed in 1896 is inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophical novel of the same name.

The recording of the opening fanfare used for the film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

United Nations

The United Nations flag which divides the world into 33 sections which represents the completion of the Great Work.
The United Nations flag which divides the world into 33 sections which represents the completion of the Great Work.

“to unite our strength to maintain international peace and security, and
to ensure, by the acceptance of principles and the institution of methods, that armed force shall not be used, save in the common interest” – Preamble of United Nations Charter


United Nations Charter

Alger Hiss, Leo Pasvolsky, and Philip C. Jessup, all having know soviet ties, played strong roles in the creation and writing on the charter.


“The American communists worked energetically and tirelessly to lay the foundations for the United Nations which we were sure would come into existence. … It can be said, without exaggeration, that ever closer relations between our nation and the Soviet Union are an unconditional requirement for the United Nations as a world coalition. … The United Nations is the instrument for victory. Victory is required for the survival of our nation. The Soviet Union is an essential part of the United Nations. Mutual confidence between our country and the Soviet Union and joint work in the leadership of the United Nations are absolutely necessary.” – Earl Browder
(1891-1973) General Secretary of the Communist Party USA (1934-1945), Victory–and after. New York: International Publishers, 1942


United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs

This is head of The Department of Political Affairs (DPA). This basically is the chief and commander of the United Nations Army. This postion has almost always been held be a soviet.


“We have before us the opportunity to forge for ourselves and for future generations a new world order, a world where the rule of law, not the law of the jungle, governs the conduct of nations. When we are successful, and we will be, we have a real chance at this new world order, an order in which a credible United Nations can use its peacekeeping role to fulfill the promise and vision of the U.N.’s founders.”  – George H. W. Bush Speech to joint session of Congress (11 September 1990)


Untied Nation Religion

Baha’i is the only religion approved by the United Nations.

Baha’i wants the reconciliation of all major religions. The unity of all religions into an one world religion.

Lucis Trust before was called Lucifer is the Spiritual foundation of the United Nations. It also is the Publishing House which prints and disseminates United Nations material. It is well know for publishing New Age materials.

Lucis Trust, under the leadership of Foster and Alice Bailey, started a group called ‘World Goodwill’ – an official non-governmental organization within the United Nations.


Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR)

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The Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) was an international NGO established in 1925 to provide a forum for discussion of problems and relations between nations of the Pacific Rim.

“The IPR itself was like a specialized political flypaper in its attractive power for Communists …The IPR has been considered by the American Communist Party and by Soviet officials as an instrument of Communist policy, propaganda and military intelligence. The IPR disseminated and sought to popularize false information including information originating from Soviet and Communist sources…. The IPR was a vehicle used by the Communists to orient American far eastern policies toward Communist objectives.” -Institute of Pacific Relations, report of the Senate Internal Security subcommittee, 1952, p. 97, 223-225


Philip C. Jessup was a chairman for the IPR.