The Massimo family are the greatest source of wickedness on Earth. - Ahuwah Zeus, January 31, 2018
Don't you wish the grocery store would run a "Q-opoly" promotion similar to the popular Monopolar (sic) Sucker's Board game that so many of us have been inundated with lately? You know the one, where you get a handful of little prize tickets at the checkout and you don't want to admit that you are playing the game but, secretly, behind the bookcase at home, you are in fact sticking the pieces on the board because, well, everybody knows that you can't win if you don't play. Or, at worst, you save up the tickets to give to your friend who is a loyal addict to the game and wish her well in the quest.
The #QAnon Phenom has evolved in a similar fashion. You don't want to admit that you are following it, but, there you are, dutifully checking the page every morning to see what got dropped the night before. And if nothing new appears, you get mad just like when you get a duplicate Monopoly ticket from the grocery store clerk.
But you've got to keep playing. You've got to see how this ends.
And so it was that, back on April 3rd, #Q told us that the "Pope will be having a terrible May" because those who backed him will be "pushed into the Light." Many Q-bers wondered whether a headline circulating this current week has turned out to be the fulfillment of that prediction: "Pope says he's thought about when it's time to 'take leave'" ... which simply launches a whole new discussion on how, exactly, did 'retirement' suddenly become a 'thing' for the Papacy? But I digress. I also have a different take.
For the record, the Pope is indeed having a terrible May in Australia due to the courts Down Under having decided that the pedophilia trial of Cardinal Pell will now proceed forward, with or without daily public media sensationalism. However, focus, people, focus: #Q said "because those who backed him will be pushed into the light." That statement doesn't have much to do with the Pell trial nor with the pope's pondering retirement. So, then, who backed the Pope? It was none other than the nearly 500-year old Society of Jesus, an Order that was founded by Ignatius of Loyola. The Order is better known as simply, the Jesuits.
I believe that the fulfillment of Q's prediction is staring us in the face. I believe that statement was foreshadowing the nasty breakup which began to simmer just days after #Q posted that very drop, and fully boiled over on April 29th, the pugnacious cooling off of support that Jerome Corsi and, by extension, Alex Jones, are now hurling against the long-suffering Team #Q.
When Anons requested further insight from #Q about the "terrible May" remark, he responded with this line: "The 'Chair' serves the Master. Who is the Master?" and he made it clear that the "Chair" referred to the papal throne, the Pope himself.
"But wait a minute," you may be thinking, "Who can be 'master' over the Pope? Doesn't he sit at the top of the heap?" Ahh, you're forgetting that Francis doesn't own those plushy Roman cushions. He gets to sit there as long as the Jesuit Order to which he swore an oath decades ago allows him to hold the keys to the palace. And even the Jesuits don't own the palace, but we'll get to that in a minute.
"But what does that have to do with Jerome Corsi?" The connection is that both Pope Francis and Jerome Corsi share a mutual master. And Corsi has always been very transparent about it. Though Corsi did not enter the priesthood as did Bergoglio (now, Pope Francis), Corsi, by his own statements [linked here], became interested in politics while still a teen. Where was he attending school in his teen years? Why, none other than the private and somewhat elite Jesuit institution named Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio [linked here].
"Ad maiorem Dei gloriam"
"But thousands of kids attend Catholic schools every year. That doesn't mean they become a papal puppet," you might be thinking. And you're absolutely right. Even our favorite critical thinker Lionel has mentioned his own Catholic schooling and that the experience drove him about 180 degrees away from the Church.
But St. Ignatius isn't just your run-of-the-mill Catholic school dominated by knuckle-rapping nuns. St. Ignatius is a school that has fostered a long line of impressive alumni [linked here], many of whom achieved fame in football, others in education, many in finance and many others in politics and journalism. A strong sense of networked brotherhood was instilled in every one of these graduates - not that there's anything wrong with that, mind you.
You might notice the letters A.M.D.G in the school's heraldry shown above. Those letters stand for the Latin phrase "Ad maiorem Dei gloriam," or, "To the greater glory of God," also not a bad phrase by which to lead your conscience. Unless there is a deeper meaning to the phrase by which things can get twisted. As this Wikipedia article on Latin slogans shows, the phrase is wide open to an unscrupulous interpretation that is eerily reminiscent of the idea "the End justifies the Means."
The origin of the phrase is attributed to the founder of the Jesuits, Saint Ignatius of Loyola, who intended it to serve as a cornerstone sentiment of the society's religious philosophy. The full phrase attributed to St. Ignatius is Ad maiorem Dei gloriam inque hominum salutem or "for the greater glory of God and the salvation of humanity." It is a summary of the idea that any work that is not evil, even one that would normally be considered inconsequential to the spiritual life, can be spiritually meritorious if it is performed in order to give glory to God.
As you browse the school's official website [linked here], these three phrases noted below pop out as the motivating force that the educators aim to instill in their students. Again, there is nothing overtly sinister about any of this. But can you see how the underlying feeling here is one of allegiance to a tight brotherhood that is joined by a sense of mutual purpose?
"Cleveland's Catholic, Jesuit high school is rooted in Ignatian spirituality. Our education forms students to be open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to social justice. Graduates emerge as Men for Others."
"Build a brotherhood. Serve strangers. Cultivate a community. Through service, justice and faith-based initiatives, Saint Ignatius students learn to serve their school, their city, their Church and their world."
"When you graduate from Saint Ignatius High School you enter an association of alumni that includes 17,000 living alumni spanning across the globe. Stay connected. Stay informed. We’re Ignatius Men Forever."
I did have to smirk at the one obvious entity that was left out of statement #2 above. It mentioned "school, city, church, and world" - oops, did we skip over "nation"? It does beg the question, "If something were to happen in America where the interests of the Jesuit Order were suddenly at odds with the interests of the State, in whose behalf would these Jesuit alumni act?"
It's no wonder that Eric Jon Phelps says that CIA should really stand for "Catholics In Action."
The Wolf and the Kettle
Let's return for a moment to the school logo shown above. Note the two wolves that stand on either side of a wide cooking pot. There's quite an interesting legend to that imagery that goes back to the days of Ignatius de Loyola himself. In fact, the name Loyola is a derivation of two Spanish words: "lobo" (wolf) and "olla" (pot). A page at Loyola University Chicago [linked here] relates it this way, or just watch the one-minute video below:
Many years ago, in the Basque country of Spain, there lived a prosperous and generous family who, after feeding family, retainers, and soldiers, had enough to feed even the wild animals. To commemorate this act of generosity, a carving of two wolves eating at a cauldron was placed over the lintel of the family’s home in Loyola, Spain.
Many centuries later, St. Ignatius of Loyola would be born into this family and would go on to establish the Jesuit order and change the world. Today, we celebrate this act of generosity, which has become the heraldic shield of the Loyola family, the symbol of this University, and a fitting tribute to our donors, whose generosity makes your education possible at Loyola.
Well that's a very cozy story, but as you might imagine, there's more to a wolf than meets the eye.
How interesting that the presence of a "prosperous and generous family" plays a role in the creation of the Society of Jesus. A blog published by "Ahuwah Zeus" has been methodically laying out the vast network of nefarious bloodlines that control the most powerful institutions of Europe. As I've said many times, these are likely "names you've never heard and faces you've never seen." I asked the blogger what his source of information is for the material. He replied to me yesterday that some of the information comes from published sources and some of it comes from his own personal experience dealing with this particular family. And that family is: the Massimo Family.
It is clear when you read his blog, and even when you read the freely available information about the Massimo genealogy at Wikipedia [linked here], that the Massimo family holds as much power in this world as the Rothschilds, perhaps even more. As I mentioned previously in this article, the known, verifiable ancestry of this family can be traced a thousand years back. However, with a little further critical thinking, you can take it back to that period I love to talk about so much, the post-Babylonian Diaspora of the Israelites about 500 years before Christ. (More about that in a future blog.)
Ahuwah Zeus says this about the "wolf" imagery [linked here]:
The Massimo family are married with royal bloodlines like the Savoy, Wettin, Bourbon, and Osorio noble family which have a family branch in Galicia, Spain. The Osorio family use wolves on their coat of arms. Prince Carlo Massimo is married to Princess Elisa Osorio of Moscoso and Estagna. Amancio Ortega is from Galicia and works as a Court Factor and money launderer for Spanish nobles including the House of Osorio. Amancio Ortega is one of the wealthiest billionaires and worth more than 70 billion.
But it gets worse.
The House of Massimo and other Italian Nobility have infiltrated the United Kingdom and work with the House of Windsor and some British Peers....
The House of Massimo is the nucleus of the Black Nobility. They are the primary owners of the Holy See....
Prince Carlo Massimo oversees the Sovereign Military Order of Malta as President of the Italian Association of the Order of Malta. The Order of Malta was involved in various wars and several top military and intelligence leaders in the United States like Alexander Haig, William Colby, and John McCone were Knights of Malta.
The Massimo family have authority over a faction of the Jesuits through their Massimiliano Massimo Institute and former Jesuit Nobile Collegio Mondragone which had five Massimo presidents. Prince Ferdinando Massimo has been an honorary president of this closed college. Mondragone uses a dragon for its symbol.
The Black Nobility use Jesuits as Roman intelligence and infiltrators. The Roman born Mario Draghi is President of the European Central Bank and Draghi was educated at the Massimo Institute. The Black Nobility have control over vast wealth through private Swiss banking. There are three board directors for the Bank for International Settlements connected to Rome including Mario Draghi, Fabio Panetta, and Ignazio Visco. The very evil Prince Giacomo Massimo-Brancaccio worked at Banca Finnat located at the Palazzo Altieri in Rome.
To summarize, what we have here is a global network of elite institutions run by the Jesuit Order whose duty is to pump out a fiercely loyal network of alumni who are available to serve the needs of the brotherhood even if that means being used "as Roman intelligence and infiltrators." Well my oh my, doesn't that sound exactly like what #Q has been complaining about with respect to Jerome Corsi for the last two weeks, not to mention the accusations of unethical profiteering? That is oh so "Massimo."
Therefore when #Q said that "the Chair serves the Master," this is likely what he was pointing to: the Pope serves the Jesuit Order which in turn is a significant agent of the powerful Massimo Family.
The vast web of colleges and universities run by the Jesuit Order has always been the strength of that Order. The research presented above by the indefatigable Ahuwah Zeus further demonstrates that the Jesuits are financially backed by an elite family whose roots are easily traced to the Venetian Black Nobility, those "financial vipers of Venice," as Dr. Farrell has described in his own books.
The Zeus blogger concluded his article by stating that "the Massimo family are the foundations of the global crime syndicate and they are involved in every crime imaginable including war crimes, terrorism, murder, extortion, threats, human trafficking, money laundering and more." It's no wonder that the family is thought of as "wolves" who receive protection money from a tangled network of international operations.
President Trump's Team #Q was wise to disengage itself from the Order before things got out of hand. To reiterate, I am not in that camp of "freedom fighters" who believe #Q is leading America to some imagined Wonderland of Liberty. Those of you who know my other blogs will remember that my steadfast mantra is the idea that there is no Freedom for mankind so long as we accept the imposition of Debt. The notion of Debt was created as a religious tool to build a barrier between us and earth's natural energy resources. Wouldn't you know it but these ancient wealthy, powerful Babylonian Priesthood families have been dutifully maintaining that barrier the whole time? We'll pick that up in a future blog along with information from Dr. Farrell that sheds light on the second-century B.C. roots of families like the Massimos.