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According to the Bible on the cross of Jesus there were the words: “Iesus Nazarenvs Rex Ivdaeorvm”, that means:  «JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS» (John.19:19), however on the crucifixions of the Catholic Church the same words are given in the form of abbreviation: "I.N.R.I." Jesuits decipher it as “Iustum, Necar, Reges, Impios”, that in translation means: «to exterminate the impious kings, governments». The crucifixion for Jesuits is the symbol of revenge and death. Frequently the Jesuits represent a cross, as high “P”, similar to the sword, with a cross-beam in the middle. It is called “Рах Christus”, or “peace of Christ”.

In «Secret History of the Jesuits» the author Edmond Paris tells that Jesuits use special «spiritual exercises», which as a matter of fact are the dialogue with Satan and cause possessness of a man by the devil. In contradiction to the name of the society, Jesuits worship not Jesus, but Mary, however the «tops» of the Jesuit hierarchy worship Lucifer.

The Order was abolished 39 times in different kingdoms throughout Europe. To this day, the Swiss Constitution (article 51) prohibits the presence of the Jesuits anywhere in Switzerland. It is clear, that something awfully wrong was with this group. You will find their large opposition in all Catholic countries. But all were afraid of them. Germany expelled them in 1872; therefore they provoked the First, the Second world wars, and the Second 30-year's war for its suppression. In 1639 they were expelled from Japan. Almost two hundred years the ports of Japan were closed for the missionaries Jesuits, who aspired to win Japan for the Pope. «The Jesuits never forgive nor forsake» - Abraham Lincoln once said. The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki became the answer to Japan from Jesuits. In 1762 Jesuits were expelled from France. Later they proved their authority above France through the Great French Revolution and Napoleon wars.

Such great military and political pressure was brought by European nations that were the objects of Jesuit subversion, so that on the 3rd of February 1769 the Pope Clement XIII decided to dissolve the Jesuits. The night before he had to execute the dissolution, however, he suddenly fell ill and died.

His successor, Pope Clement XIV, was also put under the tremendous political pressure to dissolve the Jesuits; the number of them was then more than 23 thousand people in 42 provinces. But he resisted doing so for three years until political tension finally forced him to do it. Pope Clement XIV issued the papal brief of dissolution, Dominus ac Redemptor, on August 16, 1773. Soon after signing the decree the letters I.S.S.S.V. appeared on the walls of Vatican. Clement XIV knew what it means: I Settembre, Sara Sede Vacantå, which translated as "in September, the See will be vacant (the pope will die)”. Pope Clement XIV was poisoned and died on the 22nd of September, 1774.

   Any pope, who resists them, is punished or killed. The pope John Paul I was killed in the night on 29th September, 1978 in 33 days after his election, because he began to dig out a massive web of corruption surrounding the Vatican bank. Jesuits have their murderers everywhere for the execution of the orders.

Suppressed by the pope in 1773 they remained in union with Fredrick II, the King of Prussia, and Russian Empress Catherine. After Napoleon wars, who overthrew all objectionable kings and was under the influence of Jesuits, they put Louis XVIII on the throne in France, Ferdinand VII - in Spain and George III - in England. These kings restored the authority of Jesuits after Napoleon wars.   And the Pope Pius VII in August, 1814 (after a 5-year's Jesuit imprisonment) restored the Order worldwide.

When Napoleon lost in Waterloo, the shares in banks sharply jumped up in price. But a couple of hours earlier Jesuits bought up all the shares. Thus they took the Bank of England under control. They made London their commercial center of the world, and Rome the religious one, hoping, that in one day Jerusalem will become both. .

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