2nd January 2010
In Cabala, evil takes on a mysterious existence of its own, which its precepts trace back to the physical
appearance of life on Earth, or Adam. Cabala claims that Adam throws the entire stream of life out of balance, and that
the Church, or Christianity, by formalizing the existence of the Adamite people on Earth, have become a problem which
must be resolved. This is the essence of the basic anti-life principle underlying all Cabala and its heir, Freemasonry.
These precepts declare that Satanism will achieve its final triumph over the Church and Christianity, thus ending
the dualism of this world, the struggle between good and evil. In short, the problem of good and evil will all be
ended when evil triumphs and good is eliminated from the earth. This program may sound somewhat simplistic, but it is
the basic premise of the Cabala and Freemasonry.
Eustace Mullins, The Curse of Canaan, p. 42
Youve given up your life to something you dont even know, and worse, you dont even know that you have done so.
Most people live and die without ever knowing this, and only fifty years of questioning every single story weve ever been told can
lead to even an inkling that the history which has been ingrained in our minds is nothing more than the same kind of fraudulent spin
being inflicted on us today with every deliberately twisted report that spews from our televisions.
The same people who engineered the French and Bolshevik revolutions, as well as the American Civil War and both World Wars, also
pulled off 9/11. And they always use the same methods. A target group they dont like is vilified, a fictional provocation is
created, and war is declared against them. The reasons for war are ALWAYS unprovable lies, because they are only constructed
fictions used as excuses for bombing nations and killing people who possess natural resources they want to steal.
As the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was the trigger mechanism of World War I and Pearl Harbor was the staged affront that dragged
America into World War II, so 9/11 was the contrived catalyst for permanent war against the world now taking place in Palestine,
Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Colombia and many other places. In fact, the seed of the puppetmasters death machine has sprouted in
every country on this planet.
But it is in the French Revolution that we can most vividly see what is about to happen to us now, as the parade of leaders who are
used to champion a reasonless revolution before being guillotined when they were no longer useful very much resembles the cast of
shady characters todays news media parade before us as our leaders.
Writer Eustace Mullins asserts in his opus, The Curse of Canaan, that thoroughly understanding the Reign of Terror of the French,
Bolshevik and Spanish Revolutions and realizing that what happened to Britain, France, Russia, and Germany and now what is
happening to the United States provides us with a chilling preview of what is to come.
It is difficult to envision that the streets and rivers of France once flowed with the blood of innocents, Mullins writes.
Right after the guillotining of King Louis XVI in 1793, Mullins describes the scene in Paris.
The fate of the Princess de Lamballe, a pleasant, middle-aged aristocrat who had escaped from the city, was typical. Driven by loyalty to her mistress, Marie Antoinette, she returned to Paris to administer to her mistress. The Princess was promptly seized by the mob, publicly disemboweled, and her private parts paraded through the cities as trophies of the triumph of the Revolution. After the storming of the Guillerriers, a young apprentice fell into the hands of the mob. A great pan was fetched, and a fire built under it. He was then fried in butter, after which the revolutionaries enjoyed a feast. The cemeteries of Paris became the scenes of nightly orgies, many of them mystical rites which had not been seen on earth since the destruction of the Temple of Baal. Graves were torn open, and the remains used in fiendish rites . . .
The ideological basis for these atrocities had been enshrined in the national assembly on Aug. 26, 1789, which formally adopted the Declaration of the Rights of Man, Mullins explains.
This blood memory permanently poisoned the perceptions of the French, who are justifiably suspicious of everyone, because deep
in their genes they remember that their heritage and their country was stolen from them, and that they enthusiastically endorsed it
when it happened.
Captain Archibald Maule Ramsay, in The Nameless War, describes it this way:
The French Revolution of 1789 was the most startling event in the history of Europe since the fall of Rome.
A new phenomenon then appeared before the world. Never before had a mob apparently organized successful revolution against all other classes in the state, under high sounding, but quite nonsensical slogans, and with methods bearing not a trace of the principles enshrined in those slogans. Never before had any one section of any nation conquered all other sections; and still less swept away every feature of the national life and tradition, from King, religion, nobles, clergy, constitution, flag, calendar, and place names, to coinage. Such a phenomenon merits the closest attention; especially in view of the fact that it has been followed by identical outbreaks in many countries. The main discovery that such an examination will reveal is this fact: the revolution was not the work of Frenchmen to improve France. It was the work of aliens, whose object was to destroy everything which had been France.
Mullins sets the scene. One of the lesser known atrocities of human history was the French massacre of the Huguenots during the 16th
and 17th centuries.
Throughout the Curse of Canaan, Mullins tracks the historical progression of that group we would now call the Jewish power brokers who
control the world. From their origin as Canaanites, they became Phoenicians, were destroyed at Carthage, but regrouped at Venice. It was
from this tangent that the seeds of the French Revolution were sown.
Mullins writes (p. 109) . . . the repressive acts against Huguenots began after Catherine deMedici became French regent on the accession of Charles the Ninth. We have already noted that the de Medicis paid for the formulation of the doctrine of secular humanism, when Cosimo De Medici set up the Accademia in Florence, centering its teachings around the Christian Cabala. The Encyclopedia Brittanica says of Catherines rule in France: She introduced Italian methods of government, alternating between concessions and persecution, both alike devoid of sincerity.
Catherine began negotiations with Spain to bolster her planned slaughter of the Huguenots; on Sept. 28, 1568, she issued an edict which placed the Huguenots outside the protection of the law, an open invitation for the massacres to begin. At this time, they constituted one tenth of the population of France. Her son, Charles Ninth, realized that his mothers plan would be a catastrophe for the nation, and he opened negotiations with the Huguenot leaders, hoping to avert the slaughter. Catherine, true to her black nobility heritage, plotted the massacre to take place while he had the leaders conveniently assembled. The notorious massacre of St. Bartholomews took place on August 24, 1572, during which the Huguenot leader, Coligny, and all of the important Huguenots were killed. the Encyclopedia Britannica notes, This date marks a disastrous epoch in the history of France. The Paris massacre was followed by massacres throughout France. One victim was King Charles himself. Overcome with horror at the atrocities committed by the tragedy ot St. Bartholomews, he expired.
There is a strong possibility, Mullins writes, that Catherine, knowing of his unwillingness to proceed with the massacre of the
Huguenots, and his plans to make concessions to them, poisoned her royal son.
In the 16th century the French were productive and inventive nation. The Huguenot massacres, a great orgy of ritual murder, changed
all that, and left a permanent shadow on everyone and everything French.
Mullins: Children were seized and thrown into pots to be boiled, or fried in great skillets, while crowds stood hooting and reveling in the entertainment. Families were dragged out into the squares in cities and villages to be murdered one by one. No one was spared the terror of the mobs, whether elderly or invalid. Their property was then divided up among the eagerly waiting instigators of the killings, who would rush on to find other victims.
Capt. Ramsay, in his French Revolution recap, writes: "Remember the French Revolution to which it was we who gave the name of 'Great.' The secrets of its preparation are well known to us for it was wholly the work of our hands."
Protocols of Zion No. 7.
"We were the first to cry among the masses of the people the words 'Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.' The stupid Gentile poll parrots flew down from all sides on to these baits, and with them carried away the well-being of the world."
Protocols of Zion-No. 1.
"The would-be-wise men of the Gentiles were so stupid that they could not see that in nature there is no equality, and there cannot be freedom (meaning, of course, freedom as understood by Socialists and Communists, freedom to wreck your own country)."
With this knowledge in our possession we shall find we possess a master key to the intricate happenings of the French Revolution. The somewhat confused picture of characters and events moving across the screen, which our history books have shown us, will suddenly become a concerted and connected human drama. When we begin to draw parallels between France of 1789, Britain of 1640, Russia of 1917, Germany and Hungary of 1918-19, and Spain of 1936, we shall feel that drama grip us with a new and personal sense of reality.
Mullins explains that the famous Edict of Nantes in 1598 attempted to stop the Huguenot massacres, but in 1685, Louis XIV revoked it. Again, Mullins goes to the encyclopedia.
. . . thus was committed one of the most flagrant political and religious blunders in the history of France, which in the course of a few years lost more than 400,000 of its inhabitants, men who, having to choose between their conscience and their country, endowed the nations which received them with their heroism, their courage, and their ability.
It was the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, more than any other single event in history, which set the United States on its future course to greatness. During the American Revolution, and the writing of the Constitution which followed its victory, it was the Huguenots who predominated in every battle and every deliberation. The fortunes of France, on the other hand, sank into a steady decline, from which it has never recovered. Indeed, this nation has subsequently lurched from one disaster to another . . .
E. E. Cummings, the American poet, used to remark of Napoleon, He chopped six inches off the height of every Frenchman.
Mullins concludes: If God may have visited the Reign of Terror upon the people of France as punishment for the massacre of the Huguenots. it was also made inevitable by their absence.
A succession of expendable leaders led France right into a bloody sewer. The kings brother-in-law, the Duke of Orleans, Phillip de
Egalite, went bankrupt and was bought by the Rothschilds. The Jew Count Cagliostro was imported to orchestrate the debauchery of Frances
royal houses. The famous Jew Moses Mendelsohn (the Henry Kissinger of his time) installed the puppet Mirabeau, who was later killed for
trying to save King Louis from the guillotine. The great insane villains Marat, Danton and Robespierre followed before Napoleon arrived
to teach the French to kill others rather than themselves.
As in England, the Jewish control group succeeded in the killing of the king in France, too. Behind Lord Shelburne, one William Petty,
Jewish-controlled Britain engineered the French Revolution, eliminating its main rival once and for all.
Mullins writes: The inspiration for the French Revolution can be traced directly to the doctrines of secular humanism, which had been formulated at the Accademia of the de Medicis in Florence, and which were but a modernized version of the Kabbalah. The placing of human interests first in all things created the climate which made possible the guillotining of King Louis XVI . . .
It was the refusal by French farmers to accept a new fake money system imposed by the Jewish puppetmasters that led to their deaths and a
nationwide reign of terror.
Marat began the Reign of Terror by slaughtering all the jail inmates in Paris in 1792, priests and nuns were beaten to death in
churches, small towns invaded by bands of assassins sent from Paris to slaughter women and children in the small towns.
Speculators poured in from Switzerland and the Rhineland to profit from the ever-changing regulations issued by the Assembly. Having foreknowledge of these measures by the judicious distribution of bribes, the speculators made enormous profits. The climate of terror was increased by the presence of spies everywhere; private agents working for unseen masters; government informers, spies from every faction, and everywhere the demented tricteuses, who often sat in front of the guillotine, shrieking with joy at every head that rolled into the gutter, and constantly screaming for more blood.
It was the Duke of Brunswick himself (known as Aaron in the Illuminati) who delivered the last word on the French Revolution: A secret sect working within freemasonry has brought about the French Revolution and would bring about and would be the cause of all future revolutions. The great French historian Hipolyte Taine wrote: Liberty, equality, fraternity! Whatever the great words with which the revolution was ornamented, it was essentially a transference of property. The successful conclusion of the Napoleonic wars found the Rothschilds in unchallenged control of that property.
Thus we find ourselves, dear reader, with the knowledge of the past that shows us what happened then is eerily similar to what is
happening now. What exactly will you tell yourself once you realize that what I have just told you is all true, and what you have
learned throughout your life is all false?
Then, more importantly, what will you tell others?
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