The Word Suppressed
For over a thousand years since the fall of the Roman Empire, Europe was plunged into the Dark Ages as the Roman Catholic Church spread over Europe and enforced their spiritual and temporal authority over it’s denizens. The Word of God was kept from the masses, who were primarily serfs laboring away day after day for their feudal lords who kept them illiterate, hungry and tired.
Not only were the people kept from being able to read the Word of God for themselves by being illiterate, but Catholic Mass was spoken in Latin, and not in the various local vernacular languages like German, Dutch, English, etc. This only continued to strengthen the Pope’s grip over Europe as the people were ignorant of their own power through the Grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and unfortunately, no one was able to reprove the Catholic Church for it’s heretical customs and traditions that go contrary to the Scriptures, such as praying to Mary, dead saints or to Angels. We all have to power if we are saved to pray directly to God the Father in Jesus’ name.
All that changed in the 16th century, with a Catholic monk and theologian named Martin Luther. As he was with the Church, he was literate and educated, and he studied the Word of God. And with his studying, the Spirit of God worked inside him to convict him of the wrongdoings of the Catholic Church, specifically the selling of indulgences. Indulgences were printed by the Catholic Church offering people a way to “buy their way into good grace”, a payment for sins to the Church. This massive grand theft took advantage of the uneducated masses. Other issues Luther identified with the Church was works based salvation and Transubstantiation.
In 1517 he wrote his 95 Theses against the Roman Catholic Clergy whom he accused of abuse for selling these indulgences. And on October 31, 1517 is when he issued them, which is now known as Reformation Day! Unfortunately the world is too busy celebrating death and druidic child sacrifice rituals by celebrating Halloween on that day. For writing these Theses, Pope Leo X and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V demanded that Luther renounce his writings, however Martin Luther refused and as thus was excommunicated by the Roman Catholic Church in 1521 at the Diet of Worms.
The Reformation Spreads
One of the biggest factors outside of Martin Luther courageously standing up to the Roman Catholic clergy was the invention of the printing press in the mid-1400’s by Johannes Gutenberg. This powerful tool was vital when the Holy Bible would be translated into the various vernacular tongues so that the people could begin to read the Word of God for themselves, and with this, the Western World would begin to see innovation, newfound freedoms and economic prosperity as the scriptures were implemented into society and into people’s individual lives. This would break the temporal and spiritual power of the Pope in North Europe and Britain, not without many bloody conflicts however.
Following Martin Luther, many other theologians over the coming decades began to go through the Word of God and take it literally as it is written, rather than symbolically and allegorically as the Roman Catholic Church does. Some of these important individuals include John Calvin, John Knox, William Tyndale, and John Wycliffe among many others. Many different churches would spout up over Europe; Lutherans, Calvinists, Baptists, French Huguenots, and Presbyterians were some of the biggest. And even King Henry VIII of England would capitalize on the Reformation as the Catholic Church didn’t look kindly upon him divorcing wife after wife tying to conceive a son. He would found the Anglican Church in England, and his daughter, Elizabeth, would wind up one of the most vital players in the Reformation as she took the crown of England and secured it’s temporal freedom from the Pope of Rome as Queen.
With the Vatican’s vital hold over Europe crumbling with the people beginning to read God’s Word for themselves and distancing themselves from the Catholic Church, Rome was angered and sought to end the Reformation is the most brutal of fashions. This was known as the Counter-Reformation.
The Counter Reformation began with the Council of Trent in 1545 and ended with the end of the 30 Years War with the Peace of Westphalia in 1648.
Among the enforcers of this Counter-Reformation was the Society of Jesus, otherwise known as the Jesuit Order. Founded by Ignatius of Loyola in September of 1540. This Order was a militant Order of Priests that seeks to establish the temporal power of the Pope over all peoples. During this Counter-Reformation period, including the Inquisition, the Jesuits brutally tortured and murdered millions of Protestants, and even Jews throughout Europe.
The Jesuits are extremely evil and vile, today they have their roots planted into every nation, every religion, every industry, every race, and every political faction or ideology. They control the intelligence agencies, and their Universities and Institutions dictate national policies for government’s. You will find that almost all powerful Presidents, Vice Presidents, CEO’s, etc are Jesuit educated or advised by a Jesuit. Hitler’s Mein Kampf was written by a Jesuit Priest. Albert Einstein, that Court Jew serving the Pope was advised by a Jesuit that put forth that laughable Theory of Relativity. The Jesuit’s even falsely attributed On the Jews and Their Lies to Martin Luther to attempt to put division between the Protestants and Jews since historically the Protestants have given the Jews safe refuge as the Bible makes it very clear that God’s Abrahamic Covenant is eternal.
Genesis 12:3 “And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.”
We see through the Oath there is no love from the Jesuits, they are purely a militant Order meant to destroy any enemies of Rome. Not only during the Counter-Reformation in Europe, but even throughout the later centuries, the Jesuits are responsible for slaughtering Native American peoples in the Spanish Empire in the Americas, they helped drive the Pope’s African Slave Trade, and even spreading their barbarism in China and Japan in their pursuit to spread Catholicism all across the Flat Earth.
Fear and intimidation, torture and slaughter, these are the methods used by the Jesuits to get their point across.
Thankfully by the Grace of God, the Protestant Reformation was given victories in the 30 Year’s War, as well as victories in England with Oliver Cromwell ensuring England remains free from Catholic King’s attempting to subvert it’s people back to Rome.
And as a result of the Protestant Reformation, we were moved into the Modern era, and with it came laissez-faire economics, individual liberty, Constitutional Republican form of governments that will come in the coming centuries through hard work and dedication, and lot’s of prayer. The “Scientific” Revolution and the Enlightenment were nothing more than more secular avenues of the Counter-Reformation. On my flat earth post I explained how it was Rome that financed Isaac Newton, and pursued more study on the Copernican Cosmology. The Enlightenment was Rome working behind the scenes in predominantly, white-Protestant nations using secret societies, primarily Freemasonry to subvert the nations to terrible and awful ideas of government like democracy and secular government. I will go into more detail about Freemasonry in a later blog. Today I just wanted to give my respects to the Protestant Reformation and those God used to bring it about. If it wasn’t for the Reformation, we’d still be living in the Dark Ages.