The Counter Reformation
of the Jesuit Order
© Brannon S. Howse, 2013
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A Revived Holy Roman Empire?
A covert group of EU foreign ministers has
drawn up plans for merging the jobs currently
done by Herman Van Rompuy, president of the
European Council, and Jose Manuel Barroso,
president of the European Commission.
Source: “EU Plot to Scrap Britain”
A Revived Holy Roman Empire?
The new bureaucrat, who would not be directly
elected by voters, is set to get sweeping control over
the entire EU and force member countries into evergreater political and economic union.
Source: “EU Plot to Scrap Britain”
A Revived Holy Roman Empire?
Opponents fear the plan could create a modern-day
equivalent of the European emperor envisaged by
Napoleon Bonaparte or a return to the Holy Roman
Empire of Charlemagne that dominated Europe in the
Dark Ages.
A Revived Holy Roman Empire?
Euro-PM Paul Nuttall, of the UK Independence Party
said, “This is truly ridiculous idea that must never be
allowed to happen. It sounds as if they are trying to
go back to the days of the Holy Roman Emperor.”
Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream
2:32, 38: Gold Head (Babylon)
2:32, 39: Chest & Arms of Silver (Medo-Persia)
2:32, 39: Belly & Thighs of Bronze (Greece)
2:33, 40: Legs of Iron (Roman Empire)
2:33, 41-43, Toes of Iron and Clay (Revived
Roman Empire with Ten Federations)
Charlemagne, Also known as Charles The Great
was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo III
on 25 December 800 in Rome.
credit: Luc Viatour /
Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream
2:32, 38: Gold Head (Babylon)
2:32, 39: Chest & Arms of Silver (Medo-Persia)
2:32, 39: Belly & Thighs of Bronze (Greece)
2:33, 40: Legs of Iron (Roman Empire)
2:33, 41-43, Toes of Iron and Clay (Revived
Roman Empire with Ten Federations)
Daniel’s Vision of Four Beasts:
7:4: Lion with Wings (Babylon)
7:5: Bear raised on one side (Medo-Persia)
7:6: Leopard (Greece)
7:7: Fourth beast: (Roman Empire)
7:24: (Revived Roman Empire)
Revelation 17:1-2:
Then one of the seven angels who had the seven
bowls came and talked with me, saying to me,
“Come, I will show you the judgment of the great
harlot who sits on many waters, with whom the kings
of the earth committed fornication, and the
inhabitants of the earth were made drunk with the
wine of her fornication.”
Revelation 17:3-4:
And I saw a women sitting on a scarlet beast which was
full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten
horns. The woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet,
and adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls
having in her hand a golden cup full of abominations
and filthiness of her fornication.
Revelation 17:9 reads:
“The seven heads are seven hills on which the
woman sits.” (City of Rome)
Revelation 17:18:
describes the woman that rides the beast as “the
woman whom you saw is that great city which reigns
over the kings of the earth.” (City of Rome)
Revelation 17:12
The ten horns which you saw are ten kings who
have received no kingdom as yet, but they
receive authority for one hour as kings with the
Tony Blair Signing the EU Constitution Capitoline Hill, Rome,
October 29, 2004 - before the bronze statue of Pope Innocent X
(image: Associated Press)
Ten Unions Now Being Discussed or Already in
North America
Central America and Caribbean
South America
Western Europe
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Mediterranean and Middle-East
North-East and South Asia
South-East Asia
Australia and Pacific
The 05/06/08
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has
suggested that Asia and Pacific countries,
including the region's heavyweights such as
China, India and Japan, form a regional bloc
similar to the European Union.
The reports that:
The proposal is the latest in a long line of
regional groupings modeled on the European
Union. The African Union, a confederation of 53
African states was established in 2002, growing
out of the earlier Organization of African Unity.
Market Watch 1/28/09
On its face, while difficult to imagine, it makes
intuitive sense. The ability to combine Canadian
natural resources, American ingenuity and cheap
Mexican labor would allow North America to
compete better on a global stage.
Gideon Rachman wrote a piece for
the Financial Times on Dec. 8th, 2008: “And
now for a world government.”
I think the formation of some sort of world
government is plausible.” A “world government”
would involve much more than co-operation between
nations. It would be an entity with state-like
characteristics, backed by a body of laws.
Financial Times on Dec. 8th, 2008:
The European Union has already set up continental
government for 27 countries, which would be a
model. The EU has a supreme court, a currency,
thousands of pages of law, a large civil service and the
ability to deploy military force. So could the European
model go global? There are three reasons for thinking
that it might.
Tragedy and Hope by Carroll Quigley
Carroll Quigley:
The power of financial capitalism had another far
reaching plan, nothing less than to create a
world system of financial control in private hands
able to dominate the political system of each
country and the economy of the world as a
whole. This system was to be controlled
in a feudalistic fashion by the central banks of the
world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at
in frequent meetings and conferences. The apex of the
system was to be the Bank for International
Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, a private bank
owned and controlled by the world’s central banks,
which were themselves private corporations.
Each central bank, in the hands of men like Montagu
Norman of the Bank of England, Benjamin Strong of the
New York Federal Reserve Bank, Charles Rist of the
Bank of France, and Hjalmar Schacht of the Reichsbank,
sought to dominate its government by its ability to
control treasury loans, to manipulate foreign
exchanges, to influence
The level of economic activity in the country, and to
influence co-operative politicians by subsequent
rewards in the business world.
BIS Papers No. 17, Regional Currency
Areas and the Use of Foreign Currencies
Given the high proportion of Canada and
Mexico’s trade with the United States, a NAFTA
dollar or ‘Amero’ has been proposed by some
Canadian academics such as Grubel.
Jean-Claude Trichet,
President of the European Central Bank,
April 26, 2010:
The evolution of global governance:
Let me turn to the question of how global
governance is evolving after the crisis.
Overall, the system is moving decisively
genuine global governance that is much more
inclusive, encompassing the key emerging
economies as well as industrialized countries.
The significant transformation of global
governance that we are engineering today is
illustrated by three examples.
First, the emergence of the G20 a the prime
group for global economic governance at the
level of ministers, governors and heads of state
or government.
Secondly, the establishment of the Global
Economy Meeting of central bank governors
under the auspices of the BIS as the prime group
for the governance of central bank cooperation.
…the Global Economy Meeting (GEM),
which gathers at the BIS headquarter in Basel.
Over the past few years, this forum has included
31 governors as permanent members plus a
number of other governors attending on a
rotating basis.
The GEM, in which all systemic emerging
economies’ Central Bank governors are fully
participating, has become the prime group for
global governance among central banks.
1930, The New York Times article
quoting Rep. Louis McFadden (chairman of the
House Committee on Banking and Currency):
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is eager
to enter into a close relationship with the Bank
for International Settlements…The conclusion is
impossible to escape that
1930, The New York Times article
quoting Rep. Louis McFadden (chairman of the
House Committee on Banking and Currency):
the State and Treasury Departments are willing to
pool the banking systems of Europe and America,
setting up a world financial power independent of
and above the Government of the United States…
1930, The New York Times article
quoting Rep. Louis McFadden (chairman of the
House Committee on Banking and Currency):
The United States under present conditions will be
transformed from the most active of manufacturing
nations into a consuming and importing nation with a
balance of trade against it.
August 28th 1994, on ABC’s “This Week with
David Brinkley”, commentator Cokie Roberts
“Global bankers are really running the world.”
On May 4, 1996, The Seattle Times
publishes an article by syndicated columnist
Alexander Cockburn in which he declares:
…there is, in emerging outline, a world government
composed of the International Monetary Fund and
the central banks of leading industrial nations.
National sovereignty is being eroded…
1996, The Confidence Game: How Unelected
Central Bankers Are Governing the Changed
Global Economy is published. The book was
written by Steven Solomon, a former staff
reporter for Forbes magazine.
Ignatius Loyola (1491 – July 1556)
April 23, 1973
TIME Magazine, April 23, 1973:
Apart from their shared religious identity and
their common appendage−S.J., for the Society of
Jesus−they are a bewilderingly diverse fraternity.
They are seismologists, swamis, architects and
engineers, theologians and winemakers,
lawyers, social workers, astronomers,
evolutionaries, economists−as well as
missionaries, teachers and parish priests.
TIME Magazine, April 23, 1973:
The−new Jesuit must still spend perhaps ten years in
preparation, but he may live in fraternity-style
surroundings in Berkeley, in Cambridge, Mass., or in
TIME Magazine, April 23, 1973:
Observed Catholic Journalist John Cogley in an
accurate bit of doggerel in the Jesuit weekly
" There are Jesuits young and old all across the
spectrum of opinion. Observed Catholic Journalist
John Cogley in an accurate bit of doggerel in the
Jesuit weekly America: "There are Jesuits left and
TIME Magazine, April 23, 1973:
Jesuits right/ A pro and con for most any fight/
So wherever you stand, you stand not alone:/
Every little movement has a Jebbie of its own."
Foxe’s Book of Martyrs Describes The Jesuits:
The emperor Ferdinand, whose hatred of the Bohemian
Protestants was without bounds, not thinking he had
sufficiently oppressed them, instituted a high court to
prosecute the reformers upon the plan of the
Inquisition, with this difference, that the court was to
travel from place to place and always to be attended by
a body of troops.
Foxe’s Book of Martyrs Describes The Jesuits:
This court was conducted chiefly by Jesuits and
from their decision there was no appeal, by
which it may be easily conjectured that it was a
dreadful tribunal indeed.
Foxe’s Book of Martyrs Describes The Jesuits:
This bloody court, attended by a body of troops,
made the tour of Bohemia. They seldom examined or
saw a prisoner, for the soldiers were permitted to
murder the Protestants as they pleased and then to
make a report of the matter to them afterward.
Ceremony of Induction and
Extreme Oath of the Jesuits
The Jesuit Oath:
I….Therefore, to the utmost of my power I shall
and will defend this doctrine of his Holiness'
right and custom against all usurpers of the
heretical or Protestant authority…
The Jesuit Oath:
I do further declare that the doctrine of the churches
of England and Scotland, of the Calvinists, Huguenots
and others of the name Protestants or Liberals to be
damnable and they themselves damned who will not
forsake the same…
The Jesuit Oath:
I do further declare, that I will help, assist, and advise
all or any of his Holiness' agents in any place
wherever I shall be, in Switzerland, Germany, Holland,
Denmark, Sweden, Norway, England, Ireland or
America, or in any other Kingdom or territory I shall
come to, and do my uttermost to extirpate the
The Jesuit Oath:
heretical Protestants or Liberals' doctrines and
to destroy all their pretended powers, regal or
The Jesuit Oath:
I furthermore promise and declare that I will, when
opportunity present, make and wage relentless war,
secretly or openly, against all heretics, Protestants
and Liberals, as I am directed to do, to extirpate and
exterminate them from the face of the whole earth;
and that I will spare neither age, sex or condition; and
The Jesuit Oath:
that I will hang, waste, boil, flay, strangle and bury
alive these infamous heretics, rip up the stomachs
and wombs of their women and crush their infants'
heads against the walls, in order to annihilate forever
their execrable race.
The Jesuit Oath:
That when the same cannot be done openly, I
will secretly use the poisoned cup, the
strangulating cord, the steel of the poniard or
the leaden bullet, regardless of the honor, rank,
dignity, or authority of the person or persons,
whatever may be their condition in life, either
The Jesuit Oath:
public or private, as I at any time may be
directed so to do by any agent of the Pope or
Superior of the Brotherhood of the Holy Faith,
of the Society of Jesus.
The Jesuit Oath:
In confirmation of which, I hereby dedicate my life,
my soul and all my corporal powers, and with this
dagger which I now receive, I will subscribe my name
written in my own blood, in testimony thereof; and
should I prove false or weaken in my determination,
may my brethren and fellow soldiers of the Militia of
The Jesuit Oath:
the Pope cut off my hands and my feet, and my
throat from ear to ear, my belly opened and sulphur
burned therein, with all the punishment that can be
inflicted upon me on earth and my soul be tortured
by demons in an eternal hell forever!
One of The Jesuits’ Main Tool For
Accomplishing Their Goals is the
Hegelian Dialectic Process
Former Jesuit Malachi Martin wrote in his 1987,
New York Times Best-Seller “The Jesuits” that
Francis Carney, a prominent Jesuit of the 1970s
regarded “dialectical conflict” as that which
should be “treasured as the key to the future of
source: The Jesuits by Malachi Martin, p. 20.
The Jesuits Main Focus is:
1. Ecumenicalism
2. Social Justice/Liberation Theology
3. Dominion Theology
4. Politics, Community Organizing & Revolution
The Jesuits Main Focus is:
5. Education
6. The Press
7. The Pulpit and Denominations
8. Mysticism
1. Ecumenicalism
TIME Magazine, April 23, 1973:
Contemporary Jesuit theologians, for instance,
helped shape the Second Vatican Council.
The Second Vatican Council Was Held From 1962-1965 and Was
Instrumental in Propelling the Ecumenical Movement
(Picture is Opening of Second Session of Vatican II, 1963.)
Catholic Edition – Only available from Ignatius Press
Foreword by Fr. Joseph Fessio, SJ
On March 29, 1994 Evangelicals and Catholics
Signed the Declaration “Evangelicals and
Catholics Together: The Christian mission in the
3rd Millennium
The New York Times
March 30, 1994:
They toiled together in the movements against
abortion and pornography, and now leading Catholics
and evangelicals are asking their flocks for a remarkable
leap of faith: to finally accept each other as Christians.
In what's being called a historic declaration,
evangelicals including Pat Robertson and Charles
Colson joined with conservative Roman Catholic
leaders today in ... urging Catholics and evangelicals
... to stop aggressive proselytization of each other's
flocks. John White, president of Geneva College and
former president of the National Association of
Evangelicals, said the statement represents a
"triumphalistic moment" in American religious life
after centuries of distrust....
1994 Evangelicals and Catholics
Together Document Stated in Part:
In the exercise of these public responsibilities there has
been in recent years a growing convergence and
cooperation between Evangelicals and Catholics. We
thank God for the discovery of one another in
contending for a common cause. Much more
important, we thank God for the
discovery of one another as brothers and sisters in
Christ. Our cooperation as citizens is animated by our
convergence as Christians. We promise one another
that we will work to deepen, build upon, and expand
this pattern of convergence and cooperation.
1994 Evangelicals and Catholics
Together Document Stated in Part:
…in view of the large number of non- Christians in the
world and the enormous challenge of our common
evangelistic task, it is neither theologically legitimate
nor a prudent use of resources for one Christian
community to proselytize among active adherents of
another Christian community.
2. Social Justice/Liberation Theology
The term social justice
was coined by Jesuit Luigi Taparelli
in 1840
In the Protestant world social justice is also
called the social gospel
November 20, 2008 Headline:
Jesuit Superior General says give more time to
Liberation Theology
Jesuit Superior General says give
more time to Liberation Theology:
“The Superior General of the Jesuits, Father Adolfo
Nicolas, said this week he was disappointed that
Liberation Theology has not received a ‘vote of
confidence’ and he said the controversial approach
should be given more time to mature.”
The Society of Jesus in the United States
Website, reported in 2012:
Circle of Protection from Poverty — Very Rev. Tom
Smolich, S.J., President of the Jesuit Conference, has
signed on as a “primary signatory” to a new ecumenical
and interfaith “Circle of Protection” Statement urging
the Federal Government to protect programs for the
Former Jesuit Malachi Martin Wrote
in his 1987 Best Seller “The Jesuits”:
“Francis Carney, SJ…if not the most famous or
influential of all modern Jesuit Liberation
theologians…Drunk on the ignorance-laden idealism
of Liberation Theologians, this Jesuit came to the
belief that ‘a Marxist is not dogmatic, but dialectical.”
Francis Carney, Jesuit Priest:
“Neither communists nor capitalist…,” the new
socialism will be “a brotherhood and sisterhood of all
humanity…and equally a classless society…”
Theologically speaking, “the universe of man is in
dialectical evolution towards the Kingdom of God…”
In June of 2009 in His 30,000 Word
Encyclical Pope Benedict XVI Declared:
…In this way it will be possible to experience
and to steer the globalization of humanity in
relational terms, in terms of communion and the
sharing of goods.
In June of 2009 in His 30,000 Word
Encyclical Pope Benedict XVI Declared:
The more we strive to secure a common good
corresponding to the real needs of our
neighbors, the more effectively we love them.
Vatican Calls For “Central World Bank”
In October of 2011 the Vatican released an 18 page
report that called for a "global public authority" and
a "central world bank" and "a supranational
authority" with "universal jurisdiction". The 18 page
document released by the Vatican contained the
often used communitarian phrase “common good”
twenty-two times.
3. Dominion Theology
Georgetown University Seal (A Jesuit University)
The seal of Georgetown University. It bears
the founding date, 1789, the university
motto "Utraque Unum" (both into one)
The Preterist View of Bible Prophecy Was
Developed by Louis of Alcazar) (1554–
1613) a Spanish Jesuit theologian
4. Politics, Community Organizing &
In June of 2009 in His 30,000 Word
Encyclical Pope Benedict XVI Declared:
To manage the global economy … to bring about
integral and timely disarmament, food security and
peace; to guarantee the protection of the
environment and to regulate migration: for all this,
there is urgent need of a true world political
A 2011, article by
Daniel Libit Reported:
It has now been more than four years
since Barack Obama threw an arm around
Gregory Galluzzo in Iowa and confided that whenever
anybody asked how his presidential campaign had so
quickly assembled its grass-roots operation, he would
credit Galluzzo’s mentorship. A former Jesuit priest
who’d been drawn to Chicago by the
work of Saul Alinsky, the father of community
organizing, Galluzzo had good reason to feel
proud: He was indirectly responsible for bringing
young Barack Obama to Chicago to be an
organizer. Obama’s subsequent election was
“like a son winning an office,” says Galluzzo.
Article title: The End of Community Organizing in Chicago?
James Aitken Wylie on the
Jesuits Using Communism For
Revolution, Compliance, and Punishment
If these governments will return to their obedience to the
See of Rome, the Jesuits will exert themselves to the
utmost to extinguish Communism, and make all safe and
stable around the thrones which it menaces with
overthrow. (p. 102)
James Aitken Wylie on the
Jesuits Using Communism For
Revolution, Compliance, and Punishment
But if these governments shall maintain their present attitude to
the Vatican, if they persist in declining the Concordats and canon
law of Rome, they will be left to reckon with the Communists as
best they may. Help from the Papal See they shall have none. Nay,
the Jesuits in the end of the day, will make common cause with
Communism, and will use this new-sprung force (p. 102)
James Aitken Wylie on the
Jesuits Using Communism For
Revolution, Compliance, and Punishment
to wreak their vengeance on those Governments which
have lifted up the heel against their liege lord, and
obstinately refuse to return to their obedience to a ruler
who claims to be the moral and political sovereign of all
Christendom, the king of all its kings. (p. 103)
James Aitken Wylie on the
Jesuits Using Communism For
Revolution, Compliance, and Punishment
They are working all round Europe to bring on
confusion, not doubting for a moment that out of this
chaos will emerge their long cherished dream of a
Universal Catholic Monarchy. (p. 103)
5. Education
A Must Read
Former Jesuit Malachi Martin in his
New York Times Best Seller “The Jesuits” wrote:
They had a monopoly in the education of Europe for
over two hundred years, and numbered the famous
and infamous in their worldwide alumni – Voltaire,
Luis Bunuel, Fidel Castro, and Alfred Hitchcock
James Aitken Wylie
The plan pursued by the Jesuits was the following.
Their best men they sent to the university seats, and
colleges…They established small detachments of their
order in the chief cities, and there they opened
pretentious seminaries. The rest they distributed as
schoolmasters over the country districts. (p. 43)
James Aitken Wylie
They professed a boundless zeal for education, and
gave themselves out as experts in the art. Their aim
was to draw the youth, and especially the sons of
Protestants, into their schools. In this they succeeded.
They took care to have a few brilliant examples of
their teaching ready for display… (p. 43)
James Aitken Wylie
They meant no harm, the Jesuits said, by teaching
their Protestant pupils these innocent arts.
Perhaps so; but in twenty years the sons had
forsaken the faith of their fathers, and a new race
of Romanists had risen up in the German
Fatherland. (p. 44)
6. The Press
James Aitken Wylie
The press of Great Britain is already manipulated by
them to an extent of which the public but little dream.
Not a few newspapers have a Jesuit on their staff as
editor, or “contributor,” or “reporter.” The reporting
force of the kingdom is, to a considerable extent, made
up of Romanists…a newspaper may
James Aiken Wylie
unaware to itself often, be influenced against a cause,
or an individual obnoxious to Rome, although it may
have no Romanists in its service. There are names the
Times dare not mention; there are causes, true and
noble it dare not advocate. (p. 93)
James Aiken Wylie
The whole English press of the world is supervised,
and the word is passed round how writers, speakers,
and causes are to be handled, so that everywhere its
verdict may be the same, and applause or
condemnation dealt out just as it may accord with
the interests and wishes of Rome. (p. 94)
7. The Pulpit and Denominations
James Aiken Wylie on Jesuits
Infiltrating the Protestant Pulpits:
They will do their best to sink the differences betwixt
Popery and Protestantism, and to show that the
Reformers misunderstood the teachings of Rome, at
least exaggerated her errors, and so mislead the people;
in short, that there is no question touching matters of
saving import at issue between the two Churches,
James Aiken Wylie on Jesuits
Infiltrating the Protestant Pulpits:
and no reason, did charity but more abound, why the
two should not again be one. Moreover, they will
preach what to the uninstructed Protestant will appear
Protestantism, and even Calvinism. There is nothing to
hinder a Romish priest, proceeding on the lines of the
Council of Trent, preaching the doctrine of justification
James Aiken Wylie on Jesuits
Infiltrating the Protestant Pulpits:
by faith. He does not need a dispensation from the
Pope to do so. And thousands will not know the
difference, but will believe the Popish doctrine to be
the same with the teachings of Paul and of Luther,
while all the while the two are essentially and eternally
antagonistic. (p. 100)
TIME Magazine, April 23, 1973:
Mystics…a band of mystics who chose to find
their enlightenment in a combative encounter
with the world around them.
Former Jesuit Malachi Martin
in his book “The Jesuits” wrote:
They [Jesuits] advanced the study of asceticism and
mysticism…They brought back to Europe the first
acquaintance Western men got of Indian and Chinese
culture. They translated the Sanskrit Vedas. (p. 29)
Edmond Paris:
Author of Secret History of the Jesuits
By their clever maneuvers and dialectics they
succeeded in defeating the opposition and all
“heretic” claims…
Jesuit and “Father of the New Age
Movement” Teilbard de Chardin said:
“The fate of mankind, as well as of religion,
depends upon the emergence of a new faith in
the future.”
Mathew 24:33
Even so, when you see all these things, you
know that it is near, right at the door.