THE JESUITS: A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THEIR PROCEEDINGS FROM THE FOUNDATION OF THE ORDER by Karl Theodor Greisinger

by JF

I was not very far along in my reading of this out-of-print book from the early 1870s before I recognized it as what it is: One of the most significant works ever written. Literally. This would definitely make it into my “Top 10 All Time” list, and perhaps even Top Five. The memory-holed history it recounts is that essential, and it is also well written, as if it even needed to be so.

This work is similar to Edmund Paris’s THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE JESUITS from a half century or so later. Like Paris, Greisinger devotes much of his book to recording the history of the Jesuit’s parasitization of each European nation, and how and when and why each of these nations furiously expelled the Jesuits at various points in time, and then how and when and why the Jesuits came slithering back and reparasitized each of these nations. Being an earlier book, Greisinger, on the whole, tends to focus much of his recounting of history on earlier times than does Paris. This modern reader found it a bit more interesting, though both Greisinger’s and Paris’s books are monumentally important in their own respective rights.

As Greisinger records it, everything that happened to each of these European countries—the identifiable pattern of covert conquest that the Jesuits follow—has already happened as of this date in the history of the United States, Inc. This makes this book quite ominous to read. Little wonder this work is long since out-of-print and memory-holed. We the American public are clearly NOT supposed to know about this history. And so almost no American does. The takeover is complete and beautifully perfect from the vantage point of the Vatican and the Society of Jesus which controls it. Yes, Greisinger provides the vivid and factual history to prove that claim as well.

It is fascinating how the majority of the nations that (impermanently) drove out the Jesuits over the previous centuries were Roman Catholic nations. Sad to say, they knew the enemy even better than the Protestants did. Now, extrapolate that thought down to today, and see that NOBODY is more ill-informed, more dumbed-down, more asleep-at-the-switch about who and what is the Scriptural Antichrist, and what Satanic institution drives that OFFICE, than today’s stupefied, history-challenged ecumeniacal evangelicals.

It is they above all who need to read this long forgotten, out-of-print work. Not that they would be able to understand it; they are still blinded by these very same black-robed “fathers,” still looking out for and being hopelessly distracted by delusions of UFOs, the Nephilim, and (jesuitically authored!) tall tales of a future-coming,
secular Antichrist.

Fascinating it is too that this history leaves off with the early 1870s triumph in Germany of Prime Minister Otto Von Bismarck over the Society of Jesus. (Yes, yet more memory-holed history that most people never heard of. This book is rife with such hidden history, and just as rife with the proofs which confirm these unsettling histories.) However, the author knew his subject well, and he as much predicted, just before going to press, that Bismarck’s triumph would only be a temporary one, and the Jesuits would eventually come slithering right back into Germany. Which they of course did, as subsequent (suppressed) history shows all too severely.

Finally, Greisinger succeeds in underscoring how exquisitely important the year 1870 was to the Papacy. Greisinger was living and writing this out at the time, so it makes sense he would sense the acute import of that year. He reminds that the Jesuits scored three huge victories when they had their implement, Pope Pius IX, dogmatize three cherished jesuitical teachings, even in the face of much opposition from the most learned officials within the hierarchy of the Roman Church: the novel doctrines of Papal Infallibility and the Immaculate Conception of Mary, and the document known as the Syllabus of Errors.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ
4/2015

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