reply to post by ConspiracyNut23
Okay conspiracynut, hang on because I don't think you're gonna like this history lesson, but there's the facts according to Jim Marrs in his
book "Rule By Secrecy". First of all, Amschel Rothschild did draw up the plans for the illuminati in 1770. He entrusted them to adam weishupt
because both he and weishupt were connected through freemasonry, and rothschilds' employer william hesse was a co-founder. This info can be found in
the works of Daryl Bradford Smith www.nogw.com...
Also, there is some light reference to the same thing in Jim Marrs book Rule by Secrecy on pages 235 and 236. There it shows the relationship between
the rothschild and weishupt. I can point out a few more references besides that of Mr Hitchcocks that you are refuting, but for the sake of space
I'll move on.
To address the 1784 and french revolution. Weishupt drew up the plans that got confiscated, and the punishment was the raiding of his home,
imprisonment, and raiding of the masonic lodges. THis is common knowledge and can be found in the writings of both Robert Anton Wilson and Robert
Shea. The plan consisted of using the masons, along with the knights templars to overthrow Napolean, who used countr-agents to route out the
NOw for Nathaniel Rothschild. According to Jim Marrs' book: Rule by Secrecy, page 59, Nathaniel Rothschild was given money by his daddy to lead the
head of the Rothschild bank in London. This money came from William IX.
Finally, let's look at the Sir Francis Bearing issue.
When Bearing dies, according to Hitchcocks writing, he only says that Nathaniels Bank is the "major" remaining banker in England, not the richest.
Now, as far as wars go, yes the Rothschilds love them. That's how they make money! They finance wars for both fighting parties. That's a proven fact
in any research ya wanna do on the Rothschild dynasty.
I hope I have answered all your questions to your satisfaction, and I stand by the work of the authors I presented. When searching about who's who,
it's tough to digest and even fathom what we find and or come across in the research. BUt when too many authors are saying the same thing, it's hard
to refute the message. Just one thing I want you to remember, and that is that before I replied to your post on this subject, I checked at least 4-5
different resources for each discrepency you had issue with. The authors and sites I used were rense.com, robert anton wilson, robert shea, david
icke, andrew hitchcock, jim marrs, and ralph epperson. So, as you can see, I went pretty thorough. Have a nice day.