Jesus showed us a grand conspiracy, through the timing of his death.
As Jesus travelled from village to village, spreading his wisdoms, as a
messenger of God, he also had a climax to the story, which is his death.
Not how he died, but why and when.
Keep in mind, Jesus walked and preached for a period of years. It wasn't until the incident in the Temple, where he was shortly after arrested.
12Jesus entered the temple area and drove out all who were buying and selling there. He overturned the tables of the money changers and the benches of those selling doves. 13"It is written," he said to them, " 'My house will be called a house of prayer,'[a] but you are making it a 'den of robbers.'[b]"
Now we can probably all agree that this was against the making of money off of people vulnerabilities to God.
But what Jesus emphasized here was the <b>money changers</b>. Most people don't realize what the money changers did. They tooks Ceasars money, and gave Church minted money back, and would get to keep a cut of that exchange.
The church sold this idea by saying that Ceasars money wasn't acceptable to God, but the Templars money was. This was the beginning of the banking system, which was later picked up by the Knights Templar.
Today, it is perpetuated by the Knights of Malta, of which the Queen of England is the current head of. She controls the 10 horned beast, or the G10
(keep in mind, the bible says the beast has 10 horns, and seven heads. Not 10 horns per head) The seven heads will be adressed later.
in September 1999 Finance Ministers and central bank Governors of the Group of Ten asked their Deputies to conduct a study of financial consolidation and its potential effects. This Report presents the results of that study.
Notice how the study was started exactly a year before 9/11. Coincedence?
Who exactly is the G10?
The Group of Ten or G10 refers to the group of countries that have agreed to participate in the General Arrangements to Borrow (GAB). The GAB was established in 1962, when the governments of eight International Monetary Fund (IMF) members—Belgium, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States—and the central banks of two others, Germany and Sweden, agreed to make resources available to the IMF for drawings by participants, and, under certain circumstances, for drawings by nonparticipants.
Notice how they were formed 3 years after the Queen took power in 1959.
Now, the General Agreements to Borrow (GAB) is best defined as
Special arrangement under which several industrialised countries stand ready to provide substantial temporary loans to the IMF to allow it to lend extra resources to countries to arrest crises which risk impairing the international monetary system.
But guess who the new player is on the field? Saudi Arabia.
Pursuant to Article VII, Section 1 of the Articles of Agreement, the Managing Director is authorized to send to the Minister of Finance of Saudi Arabia a letter as set forth in the attachment to SM/02/369, proposing a further renewal, for a period of five years from December 26, 2003, of the 1983 borrowing agreement with Saudi Arabia in association with the General Arrangement to Borrow.
Powerful people who have resisted the money changers control, have died.
1963: President Kennedy issues dollar bills carrying a red seal, and called United States Note. A lot of people believe he was already printing his own debt free money and that is why he was killed, in much the same way as President Lincoln. However, these United States Notes carrying the red seal were merely a reissue of the Greenbacks introduced by President Lincoln.
What could have been motive though, is that on June 4, President Kennedy signed Executive Order No. 11110 that returned to the United States government the power to issue currency, without going through the Federal Reserve. This order gave the Treasury the power to issue silver certificates against any silver bullion, silver, or standard silver dollars in the Treasury. This meant that for every ounce of silver in the United States Treasury's vault, the government could introduce new debt free money into circulation.
Now the 7 heads is the Seven Sisters, a group of Seven of the
most powerful oil companies.
The heads of the beast, which rises up out of the ocean, from oil drilling
One man who did take OPEC seriously was the veteran lawyer-administrator JohnJay McCloy, who was then regarded as a kind of chairman of the American 'Establishment' (Richard Rovere: The American Establishment, New York, 1962, p. 11) and was to become the key figure in oil diplomacy. McCloy, then sixty-six, had moved effortlessly through the revolving doors of government and business. His origins were modest; he was born, as he liked to recall, on the wrong side of the tracks in Philadelphia, and worked his way up through Harvard Law School. Patient, philosophical and humorous, he was a natural mediator, and before long he was a top lawyer in Wall Street, and a confidant of the Rockefellers. During the war he was Assistant Secretary of War, and he had been High Commissioner for Germany, President of the World Bank, and Chairman of the Chase Manhattan.
When President Kennedy took office in January 1961 McCloy advised him on such questions as arms control, security, defence and Germany. At the same time he was practising as a very highly-paid lawyer, in the prestigious firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy, and from that office, it later transpired, he represented the anti-trust interests of all seven of the seven sisters (Multinational Hearings: Part 6, p. 290): 'My job,' as he described it to me later, 'was to keep 'em out of jail.' In the midst of a world of conflicting and disconnected interests, McCloy appeared as part of that discreet 'supra-government' which remains while Presidents come and go, and it was natural that Kennedy should turn to him for advice on oil, too.
Kennedy was concerned about a Middle East confrontation with the Russians after his talk with Krushchev in Vienna in June 1961. He talked to McCloy who then warned Kennedy about the possible consequences of OPEC: if OPEC were to succeed in joint action, he said, it might be necessary for the oil companies on their side to be given authority for collective bargaining. Kennedy 'right then and there' arranged for McCloy to see his brother Robert, the Attorney-General, to whom McCloy repeated the warning. Robert Kennedy assured him that, if and when the companies contemplated joint action, he would be glad to discuss the possibility. McCloy thereafter made it his business to call on each successive Attorney-General, to repeat the warning: first to Katzenbach, then to Clark, then to Mitchell; though it was a decade before the expected eventuality arose. (Multinational Hearings: Part 5, PP. 2.55-7.) The principle was established: that for the sake of security of oil supplies and for reasons of foreign policy, the anti-trust laws would be waived again