posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 05:39 AM
The Jesuits were called "Iesuite" in Mod Latin.
The symbol of the Society of Jesus is the black sun. Melek Taus is the son of Shiva, his day is Sunday and his mark is the sun, or character "theta"
The cross (Tau) at top is the "Triple Tau".
At the bottom is the Ugartic (Canaanite) character "Sin", the Semitic Moon god, father to Utu/Shamash, the sun god, symbolized by the black sun.
Together, they form the star and crescent moon, the mark of Shiva, which means "destruction".
The Jesuits are known for their teaching of sciences (especially chemistry) and are notorious for global child abuse scandals.
The founder of the Jesuits was Ignatius Loyola, whose name translated is, "Fiery So(i)l". His original name was,
"Íñigo López de Loyola"; meaning, "son of the wolf of the earth".
The Jesuit painting "Finis Gloriae Mundi" ("The Glory of the End of the World") by Juan Valdés Leal depicts both the peacock and the owl representing
Moloch. The owl sits on seven steps (seven is the number of destruction; ruin; sex; death; the seven fallen angels of Melek Taus.
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