The Birth of the International Monetary System and the Next Phase of the Reformation
Under the rule of King Edward VII the English Parliament outlawed usury by decree in 1552. Modern scholars view this important event as the act of a hostile Parliament with the help of radical Protestants. The statute was revoked in 1571 with varying limitations on the amount of interest which could be charged on personal and consumer loans as a means of getting wide agreement throughout government and commerce.
This was happening during the civil war years in England, when the forces of Protestantism and the Church of England were embroiled in military and parliamentary conflicts with the Catholic Church and those politicians who were implementing Jesuit counter-strategies to the Protestant Reformation.
There is so much information coming from this line of research that I am filling notebook after notebook with timelines and references. Each notebook is marked up with three different colours of pen and varying hi-liters, as I attempt to keep track of all the names, dates, and events. This ongoing series on the double-headed eagle and the Crown Beast system is being developed in realtime with each blog post. Every article is being painstakingly weaved into the larger historical narrative and will eventually be the foundation from which I will build a multi-volume non-fiction history, complete with references, citations, and quotes from notable personages.
But for now I will focus on getting the broad strokes written and presented to the amazing POM readers. These are readers who build an incredible amount of additional research on top of the initial offering. This is no conspiracy theory. Nor is it a work of fiction. These facts are available for all researchers. The challenge is that the history taught in our academic institutions has been controlled and manipulated by the Jesuit Order, and the other interested heads of the Crown Beast framework.
As an example, there are occasional references to something called the Bank of Rome. It is told that the Bank of Rome was the first grand bank which gave birth to the Bank of Venice in 1587, the Bank of Amsterdam in 1609, the Bank of Hamburg in 1619, Nuremberg in 1621, Rotterdam in 1635, and the Bank of England in 1694. Modern monetary researchers consider the Bank of Amsterdam to be the worlds first central bank, while the oldest bank is said to be the Monte di Preta in Italy, which was established in 1472.
Researching the Bank of Rome is painstaking at best. There is almost no information on the internet, and the calloused researcher must turn to dusty books and archives to discover any reference to it at all. There is no proven connection between the Monte di Preta and the Bank of Rome. That is not to say that one doesn’t exist, but none has yet been discovered.
The Bank of Rome was defended by Swiss mercenaries who were commissioned to protect the bank and its assets. But this didn’t stop the Protestant and anti-Catholic interests in Germany, Italy, and Spain from sacking the Bank of Rome in 1527, just ten years after the Reformation began.
The Reformation was a major financial and economic blow to the Catholic Church, as the territory it controlled was divided in half, and much of the gold and silver stored in the Bank of Rome was taken by the Protestant forces. Much of this silver and gold was likely confiscated from the Knights Templar centuries before by the Church. Considering the connection between the Templars and future Reformers, we may be justified in concluding that the Protestants took revenge on the Church for the murder of the Templars and the stealing of their wealth.
The Bank of Rome moved the remaining gold and silver to Catholic controlled Switzerland for protection, and the birth seeds of the grand Swiss banks and the Bank for International Settlements were planted.
The Catholic Church economically suffered under the initial phase of the Reformation from losing territory, having its assets in the Bank of Rome confiscated, and the outlawing of usury across the Protestant controlled regions. Something had to be done.
The Order of Jesuits was founded on August 15, 1534 by Converso Catholic Ignatius Loyola. Converso Catholics were Jews who converted to Catholicism in Spain in order to transfer their wealth from the fading empire to the emerging Dutch Empire.
In a different post we covered how the Bank of Amsterdam was largely funded by the Converso Catholic family led by Antonio Lopes Suasso. This follows the transition of the reserve currency from Spain to the Netherlands, and the inevitable commerce and industry interests which follow the movement of wealth. The Suasso family eventually controlled the Dutch East India Company and the Dutch East India Company had controlling shares in the Bank of Amsterdam.
Throughout the period of reserve and empire transition, the Eighty-Years War was being fought. By 1581 the Catholic Church and Jesuits had ousted the Protestant aligned Habsburg’s from positions of power in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. There was a slow down in hostilities but full war broke out again in 1619, just ten years after the Bank of Amsterdam was established, which kicked off the Thirty-Years War.
Everywhere the Jesuit strategies removed the presence of Protestant governance there soon followed a central bank, or smaller bank which fed the central bank that held dominion over that region. This should be considered the birth place and time of the modern international monetary system and its web of central banks.
The continued attempts to consolidate the central banks under one world bank is the ultimate goal and strategy of the counter-reformation which is being managed and orchestrated by the Jesuits and the Catholic Church.
As we covered in another post, even the massive migration and multiculturalism which is being forced upon the West is being done so by Jesuit aligned and controlled politicians who have betrayed their own culture in the name of the counter-reformation. Everything we have learned about since January 2014, including the SDR and the development of the multilateral monetary framework, have been a part of this counter-reformation strategy.
The important question for us to be asking is can the forces of the double-headed eagle, being the power behind the historical Templars (not the modern corrupted ones), Protestants, and freedom-loving people and nations, infiltrate this monstrous beast and align its gears and mechanisms for the greater good.
The Templars, Cathars, Lollards, and many others, being the Protestant Reformers, managed to take control of the Holy Roman Empire and convert half of the Catholic Beast world over to the side of right-mindedness in the promotion of individual freedom. Such a thing can be accomplished again. After 500 years, the Reformation is far from over. The Protest will never end. – JC
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