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Jun 10, 2006 09:33 PM
by Cass Silva

At least Greg is doing something about it
  Who Are The Real Spiritual Controllers Of The New World Order: Confession With The Jesuits, A Weekly Series Appearing Every Sunday In The Arctic Beacon
  The Jesuits have always been steeped in controversy from their inception in 1540. In our first Sunday confession we hear from two loyal Jesuits, as well as starting from the beginning, asking who is America's No 1 enemy. Also, do all roads lead to the Vatican? Does the Pope take his marching orders from the Jesuit General known as the Black Pope? And is there a Jesuit cemetary on the East Coast shaped like a vagina? These are just some of the questions posed in today's first confession.
  23 Apr 2006 
    By Greg Szymanski
  There are two large trees providing shade overlooking a passing stream called Brushy Creek. The shady spot sits about 50 feet above the swift moving current, carving out a winding path of water not far from the Mexican border outside of Austin, Texas. 
  There are two dogs below playing in the stream, as a crane flies above looking for food. It's a perfect place to talk with God, a perfect place to open your heart and mind. 
  In fact, it's the ideal spot to self-administer a private confession, ask forgiveness and receive a self-imposed penance. But instead I've decided to speak publicly, punishing no one for his thoughts and opinions, including myself. 
  And instead of remaining cloistered, isolated and alone like so many other Americans filled with self-pity, hopelessness and despair, I've decided to spark a public debate, raising tough questions in hopes others from every corner of the globe will join me every Sunday morning under the two shady trees overlooking Brushy Creek. 
  Long ago I realized how foolish it was to be so pretentious to think I possessed all the answers. And as I look at all the commentators, leaders and spiritual heads of the world today, I am shocked at how pretentious they have all become.
  And looking out over Brushy Creek, I am sure the water would turn immediately black if they walked in it, as not one single person today in a position of real political, financial or spiritual power is willing to take off his mask of pretentiousness and deception to  face the truth. 
  It's sad to think this beautiful creek may some day dry up. It's sad to think all the goodness in the world will be one day turned over to the masters of deception and the spiritual controllers of the New World Order. 
  It's sad to think politicians and financiers all across the globe have "cowboyed up," as they say in Texas, with the spiritual controllers, together betraying their respective countries in an attempt to globalize the world under one false god and one fascist government. 
  But the most distressing fact of all is only a handful of people are acting on the truth as most people remain essentially uninformed, the remainder falling into two distinct categories: those who sense the truth but too cowardly to act and those who are actual provocateurs, spreading disinformation on behalf of the spiritual controllers. 
  Before we hear from today's contributors, Jesuit Father Bill Williams and Brother Dan Peterson, as moderator of this Sunday forum called 'Who Are the Spiritual Controllers: Confession With The Jesuits, let me start out by saying I begin today with a clean slate, starting at square one and professing to know nothing. I promise to lead no one in a biased direction, only asking tough questions while formulating any opinions based on information uncovered through further research by those who choose to answer. 
  Question One:
  Every day in the news and on television in America we hear America is fighting a war on terror, a starting premise adopted for almost every story we hear. 
  If we are fighting a war on terror, who is the real enemy? 
  According to President Bush, the mainstream media and the entire Congress, the enemy is Al Qaeda and millions of extremist Muslims, engaging in a spiritual war against Christians and Jews.
  According to many commentators in the alternative press, the enemy is the Zionist-Jew movement controlling Washington and engaging in a spiritual war of its own.
  According to other researchers the enemy is the Satan worshipping Illuminati, made up of secret societies, engaging in a spiritual war against every non-Satan worshipper
  According to others the main enemy are financiers, controlling the Bank of International Settlements and the Federal Reserve, using spirituality as a weapon to divide and conquer.
  And, finally, there are researchers who claim the enemy is the Jesuit Order, having infiltrated the Vatican and taken over the Catholic Church from within like it has taken over every other government and religion in the world. Researchers and writers, like Phelps, have claimed the Jesuits, a Catholic Order called the Society of Jesus, have  combined all the above enemies into one deceptive force with its ultimate goal genocide and world domination.
  Author Eric Phelps claims are expounded in his three editions, the third forthcoming in June, in his book entitled the Vatican Assassins. His research is also found at and with it he joins numerous writers since the Jesuits were founded in 1540 who questioned the true intentions of the Society of Jesus. 
  Asking For Answers To This Main Question For Next Sunday's Confession
  Are the Jesuits the spiritual controllers of the New World Order, who also control the Vatican, the Pope, the Council on Foreign Relations and the U.S. government? Is the Pope the real leader of the Catholic Church or does he take his marching orders from the leader of the Jesuits, the Jesuit General known as the Black Pope?
  Phelps has agreed to provide a concise statement for next week's Sunday confessions, saying it's the Jesuits who are the real enemies. Others who would like to contribute with facts and opinions supporting or opposing Phelp's claims are encouraged to email their positions by Friday, April 28th for possible publication in Sunday's confessions.
  This week's two main contributors, Father Bill of the Missouri House of the Denver Province and Brother Dan of the Los Angeles Province, were not directly asked this question, as it was obvious at least on the surface from their statements over the telephone, they were both loyal Jesuit followers. 
  Poverty, chastity and obedience are the three main vows taken by Jesuit priests and brothers, and Father Bill was asked about the vow of poverty in light of the enormous wealth of the Jesuit Order, including 28 major Universities in America, as well as 54 high schools.
  "Yes, that's easy," said Father Bill. "The vow means as priests we own nothing. For example, the car I used to go to the grocery store today is not mine. Everything is owned by the Jesuit Order headed up by the Jesuit General in Rome. I own nothing."
  The Jesuit General in Rome is Father Peter Hans Kolvenbach, and Father Bill said he met him in 2002 when Father Peter stayed at the new Denver House, built 13 years ago as a new edition to the Missouri Jesuit Province, one of 10 Provinces carved out in the United States. 
  "He likes to come and meet with the boys and keep abreast at what is happening all over the world," said Father Bill about the Jesuit General known as the Black Pope, the title carrying with it a rather militaristic not priestly image.
  "His headquarters are located right next to St. Peter's Square, a stone's throw away from the Pope, as the Jesuit General is a close confidant of the Pontiff. He is called the Black Pope but it has nothing to do with something sinister or evil. It probably has something to do with the black clothes he wears all the time. 
  "The Jesuit Order is best known for being great educators and we are the largest Order in the Catholic Church. Sometimes the Pope asks our Order to do something special like one of our priests from the Missouri mission was asked to go the Middle East to be the Pope's eyes and ears to Islam."
  Regarding another recent visit to the United States, author Phelps claims the Black Pope buried one of his close friends, Jesuit Father Walter Cizak, in an East Coast Jesuit cemetery shaped like a vagina? Phelps has agreed to explain the story and if anyone has ever heard of the cemetery, please email the Arctic Beacon. 
  Moving to the Los Angeles Province this week, Brother Dan, a historical archivist and loyal Jesuit, had this to say about the military aspect of the Jesuit Order.
  "It has been exaggerated through the course of history. It is true our Founder, Ignatius Loyola, was a soldier, but when he found Jesus that all changed. However many of the military connotations have stuck with the Order. 
  "The Pope, however, is like our commander and chief and there are many Jesuits who do not think of themselves as foot soldiers. My role is to maintain the history of the Jesuits in California, Nevada, Utah, Hawaii and the Southwest.
  Regarding accusations that the Black Pope controls the Pope, Brother Dan added:
  "I think our influence has been greatly exaggerated over the years. We are not the snakes in the grass that people think we are or people behind the scenes pulling strings, depicted in 19th century history. That has all changed and the Jesuit General is called the Black Pope because of his black cassock, not because he is some sort of evil Snidely Whiplash sort of character." 
  Much has been written about the history of the Jesuits since the Order began in 1540. Jesuit Novitiates who enter the Order spend the first two years studying this history. Brother Dan said every summer Novitiates travel to Denver for a intensive course on Jesuit history. However, he did not have an outline or book of what is taught. If any Jesuits would like to contribute what "New Jebbies" are taught, please email the Arctic Beacon with that information.
  In the meantime, others who have studied Jesuit history are asked to contribute what they know about the Order, starting from 1540 up until present day. 
  Here is some general information about the Jesuits as provided by Cyprian Davis, Bibliography: W Bangert, A History of the Society of Jesus (1986); M Barthel, The Jesuits (1984); C Hollis, The Jesuits (1968). Please feel free to research further and provide the Arctic Beacon with Pertinent information.
  The Society of Jesus, the largest Roman Catholic religious order, whose members are called Jesuits, was founded by Saint Ignatius Loyola. Noted for its discipline, based on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius, and for its lengthy training period of as much as 15 years, the society is governed by a general who lives in Rome. Jesuits do not wear a special habit and are not subject to local ecclesiastical authority. Professed members are bound by a vow of obedience to the pope.
  The Jesuits began as a group of seven men who as students in Paris took (1534) vows of poverty and chastity. Ordained as priests, they placed themselves at the disposal of the pope, Paul III, who gave formal approval to the society in 1540. Ignatius became (1541) its first general. The order grew so rapidly that at Ignatius's death (1556) the little band had expanded to nearly a thousand persons.
  From the first, the Jesuits concentrated on foreign missions, education, and scholarship. Saint Francis Xavier, one of the original seven, was the first Jesuit to open the East to missionaries; Matteo Ricci and others followed at the court of China. Jesuits established missions throughout Latin America and founded a model commune for Paraguayan Indians. A remarkable account of the Jesuit mission to North America can be found in the Jesuit Relations (1632 - 73).
  When the Counter Reformation was launched, the Jesuit order was its driving force. During the Council of Trent, several Jesuits, notably Diego Lainez, served as theologians. The English mission, a bold attempt to reclaim England for Catholicism during the reign (1558 - 1603) of Elizabeth I, was led by Edmund Campion and included the poet Robert Southwell. Jesuits established schools in almost every important European city and were leaders in education until the 18th century. Members of the society taught the sons of leading families and served as spiritual advisors to kings.
  Because of the extent of the Jesuits' influence, powerful forces opposed them - forces composed of such unlikely allies as Blaise Pascal and the Jansenists, Voltaire, the Bourbon monarchs of France and Spain, and certain cardinals at the Vatican. These forces were instrumental in bringing about the suppression of the society (1773) by Pope Clement XIV. Among the members of the order at that time was John Carroll, who later became the first Roman Catholic bishop in the United States.
  The Jesuit order was reestablished (1814) by Pope Pius VII and resumed its work. Jesuit schools and universities, such as Georgetown, Fordham, and Saint Louis in the United States, were opened. In Europe, Jesuit traditions of learning were continued by the Bollandists, who were charged with compiling the lives of the saints; the Jesuits also published several periodicals and journals. Members of the order were in the forefront of many social and theological movements; several others undertook scientific pursuits, such as the study of earthquakes. Among noted modern Jesuits are the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins, the paleontologist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, John LaFarge (1880 - 1963), who worked for interracial justice, and the theologian John Courtney Murray.
  Here is another tidbit of Jesuit history taken from the Encyclopedia Britannica about some general controversies surrounding the Order.
  Among the repercussions of the controversy over Chinese rites was an intensification of the resentment directed against the Society of Jesus, to which some of the other movements mentioned above also contributed. The widespread support enjoyed by Jansenism was due in part to its attack on the moral theology associated with the Jesuits. Pascal's Lettres Provinciales, although placed on the Index in 1657, voiced an opposition to Jesuit thought and practice that continued to be read throughout the century that followed. 
  The political role played by members of the Society most probably evoked the campaign to suppress it. The Portuguese crown expelled the Jesuits in 1759, France made them illegal in 1764, and in 1767 Spain and the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies also took repressive action against them. But the opponents of the Society achieved their greatest success when they took their case to Rome. 
  Pope Clement XIII is said to have replied that the Jesuits "should be as they are or not be at all" and refused to act against them. But his successor, Clement XIV (1769-74), whose election was urged by the anti-Jesuit forces, finally did take action. On July 21, 1773, he issued a brief, Dominus ac Redemptor ("Lord and Redeemer"), suppressing the Society for the good of the church. Frederick II of Prussia and Empress Catherine II of Russia-one of them Protestant and the other Eastern Orthodox-were the only monarchs who refused to promulgate the order to suppress the Jesuits when it was issued. In these lands and in others the Society of Jesus maintained a shadow existence until, on Aug. 7, 1814, Pope Pius VII restored it to full legal validity.
  Important numbers explaining who are the Jesuits:
  The year in which the Society of Jesus was founded. 
  The date the first Jesuit school in the United States was founded: Georgetown Academy. There are now 28 major universities and 54 high schools nationwide. The Jesuits land holdings are extensive throughout the world.
  The total number of Jesuits worldwide on January 1, 2004. The Society of Jesus is the largest religious order of the Roman Catholic Church.
  The Jesuit Conference sponsors two theological centers-Jesuit School of Theology Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. and Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Mass.-that prepare both religious and laity for ministry in the Catholic Church. Within that collaborative setting, the Society prepares its own scholastics for ordination to the priesthood.
  The religious vows that Jesuits commit themselves to observe: poverty, chastity and obedience. Some say the top 2 per cent of Jesuits take a secret blood oath or a secret fourth vow, pledging allegiance to Lucifer. This blood oath has always been denied by the Jesuit hierarchy.
  10 & 1
  The number of provinces in the United States. Although each province has its own administrative headquarters, the 10 provinces are organized to promote common goals and oversee national projects. The Jesuit Conference offices in Washington, D.C. provide liaison service among the ten U.S. provinces and various national associations and works. The Conference offices also serve as a direct communications link between U.S. Jesuits and the international headquarters of the Society in Rome.
  Leadership of the Jesuit Conference rests with a national board made up of the ten U.S. provincial superiors and the Jesuit Conference president, who is elected by the provincials. Assisting the president are an executive secretary and national secretaries for Jesuit formation, financial resources, social ministries, international and refugee ministries and communications.
  The average age of Jesuit scholastics worldwide.
  The average age of all Jesuits worldwide
  The number of General Superiors in the history of the Society, beginning with its founder St. Ignatius Loyola. The General Superior lives in Rome and is immediately accountable to the Pope. Father Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, a Dutch Jesuit who worked for 25 years in the Middle East, was elected the 29th Jesuit General in September, 1983 by Jesuit delegates to the 33rd General Congregation from all the Society's provinces and vice provinces. A General Superior is elected to serve without limit on his term of office.
  The number of Jesuit provinces, along with 13 dependent regions, that make up the basic organizational unit of the Society of Jesus. Each province is headed by a provincial superior who is appointed by and reports directly to the Society's General Superior. Jesuit provinces are grouped into eleven regional "assistancies," each with an "assistant" to Father General in Rome.
  Editor's Note: Hope you enjoyed our first public confession together and look forward to talking with you next week by the shores of beautiful Brushy Creek. I truly look forward to learning and hearing from everyone, including the higher-ups in the Church and government who are hiding behind a veil of secrecy.  
  Greg Szymanski Greg also has his own daily show on the Republic Broadcast Network. Go to Greg Szymanski is an independent investigative journalist and his articles can been seen at He also writes for American Free Press and has his own site
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