For someone living in Christian America, it is difficult to understand why a French nobleman from Dauphiné identified 18th
Century Christians with some unfortunate individuals called “entirely stupid, idiot, fool, dumb and imbecile”. However, in 18th
Century Europe, King Henry IV’s Edict of Nantes, which guaranteed Christians the freedom of worship, was revoked in
1685 by French King Louis XIV, shortly after Madame de Maintenon became his second wife. Besides committing adultery
with the King, she was a devout Roman Catholic: “… Madame de Maintenon shortly afterwards (in 1684) became the king’s
wife, though this was never officially declared. Under her influence, the court lost most of its gaiety, and religion came to exercise
much control over the life and the policy of the king.” (7). The Edict of Nantes which gave freedom of worship to Christians,
resulted in the assassination of King Henry IV in 1610, by Jesuit Ravaillac who stabbed him to death. After the
revocation of the Edict of Nantes, Christians in the French Kingdom became sitting ducks for the Jesuits
who kill them like wild turkeys.
The Jesuit Père La Chaise (Father the Chair) played the key role in the revocation of the Edict of Nantes.
He was the Father confessor of King Louis XIV and he explained how he obtained this revocation (8):
“…I set the baseness of the action before him by telling the whole story, and how
wicked it was, and that it could not be forgiven till he had done some good action to
‘balance’ that, and expiate the crime. Whereupon he at last asked me what he must
do. I told him that he must root out all heretics from his kingdom. This was the
‘good action’ to be cast into the scale of St. Michael the Archangel, to ‘balance’ his
crime. The king, wicked as he was – sore against his will – consented; the ‘good
action’ was cast in, the heretics were extirpated; and the king was absolved.”
For the reader’s information, “heretics” were those who refuse to follow the abominable pagan idolatrous
practices of the Roman Catholic Church. Essentially, the “heretics” were the disciples of Jesus Christ.
A century before the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, the Saint Bartholomew Massacre in 1572 claimed
the lives of 70,000 Christians of Paris, France who were murdered in their bed in a surprise attack by Roman
Catholics incited by the Jesuits. This was a time when Roman Catholics and Christians were supposed to be
at peace with each other. Just like the St. Bartholomew Massacre a century previously, the Jesuits, using the
temporal power of kings and noblemen, killed the Christians like wild turkeys. Although Christian churches
were destroyed, the disciples of Jesus Christ continued to have worship services in the fields on the Sabbath.
They were hunted down and killed like a “covey of game”
An incident which occurred in Dauphiné, the locality of the Count of Maugiron, during the reign of Louis
XIV may explain why the Count of Maugiron considered Christians as subhumans. According to the
Roman Catholic Church, killing “heretics” is not murder.
“When the king and the Jesuits learned that the Protestants had begun again to perform their
worship, they broke out into a transport of wrath that was speedily quenched in blood. More
arrests, more dragoons, more sentences to the galley, more scaffolds; such were the means
by which they sought to crush the “Church of the Desert.” Everywhere in Languedoc and
Dauphiné the troops were on the alert for the Reformed. … The Marquis de la Trousse,
who commanded in the Cevennes, when he surprised a congregation, made his soldiers fire
into it as if it was a covey of game. The Protestants had no arms, and could offer no
resistance. They dropped on their knees, and raising their hands to heaven, awaited death. …
These atrocities were enacted upon no obscure stage, and in no dark age, but in the brilliant
era of Louis XIV.” (9).
This could happen even in Christian America, considering the antichristian tendencies prevailing now in our
society. In 1983, John Dunphy won an award from the American Humanist Association for an antichristian
assay entitled “A Religion for the New Age”, printed in the Jan/Feb 1983 issue of “The Humanist”. Just a
quote from this assay suffices:
“The classroom must and will become an arena of conflict between … the rotting corpse of
Christianity, … and the new faith of humanism,”.
An almost identical wording was used at a secret meeting of the Jesuits in 1825 at Chieri, in Northern Italy.
(Leone, the secret plan, 1848, Library of the British Museum):
“Protestantism is already wearing out and sinking to decay. Yes, we are destined to insult its
last agonies, to march over its broken skeleton and scattered bones.”
In 1848, the Communist Manifesto, and then in 1933, the Humanist Manifesto, all variations on the same
antichristian team and straight from Hell.
In the early 1980’s, President Reagan signed a concordat with Pope John Paul II, making the Catholic
Religion the official religion of Christian America, enforceable by law (10). For the first time in U.S. history,
Reagan established formal relation with the Catholic “Holy See”, acknowledging the Pope’s spiritual and
temporal authority over the whole world. Reagan voided the law prohibiting the expenditure of public
funds for a U.S. Representative to the Vatican. This law was in effect following President Abraham
Lincoln’s assassination by Jesuit John Wilkes Booth under order from Pope Pius IX (10).
The Military Order of the Jesuits was founded in the XVI century by Ignatius Loyola. The goal of this order
was the destruction of Christianity via the counter reformation and the Inquisition. The project failed due
to the abolition of the Inquisition in the early XIX century by Napoleon Bonaparte. In 1776, Jesuit Adam
Weishaupt founded the Order of Illuminati. Weishaupt’s Order of Illuminati (Illuminated ones in Latin) was
a revival of Ignatius Loyola’s Allumbrados (Illuminated ones in Spanish). The Allumbrados formed the inner
sanctum of Loyola’s Jesuits some three centuries before Weishaupt. The goal of the Order of the Jesuit
Illuminati was the destruction of Christianity via the three successive waves of Communism, Humanism and
Ecumenism. Then the New World Order was to be implemented with the Pope as Supreme Ruler. The goal
of the Order of Illuminati has been on target for the past 200 years regarding their plan to destroy Christianity
(10). For more information regarding Reference 10, see homebiblestudygroup.org for the full 173 page
manuscript by G.E. Abraham, entitled “Chronology of important events in the life of Jesus Christ.
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Klin. Chir., 97:219-248, 1912.
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York, 1910, Pg 43.
8) Hislop, A. The Two Babylons. Loizeaux Brothers, Inc.: Neptune, NJ., 1916 (2nd American Edition,
9) Wylie, J.A., The History of Protestantism. Leaves of Autumn Books, Inc., Arizona, 3:345, 1995.
10) Abraham, G.E., Chronology of important events in the life of Jesus Christ. 2001, updated 2004. Can be
downloaded from www.homebiblestudygroup.org
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