by Alberta Parish
Tonight, as I was sitting at my laptop Googling information regarding the Illuminati creating Roman Catholicism, there was a knowledge that suddenly popped into my head as I had responded to a Youtube user minutes earlier. I posted a comment to the Youtube user stating that the Illuminati probably created Roman Catholicism, which then prompted me to Google it. Immediately, I found an Internet article entitled The History Of The Illuminati by Benjamin Fulford. When I read the article, I was pleasantly fascinated by the information contained therein.
According to the author, the Masons (of Freemasonry) predates Jesus Christ going all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia under the rule of Hammurabi, the king of Babylon. The same king that created the Code of Hammurabi. Please note that Freemasonry is an Illuminati organization.
In addition, the author talks about how the man called Jesus Christ had rebelled against the Masonic rulers in His time. The author states that there were many rebellions against these rulers. The author wrote concerning Jesus Christ, “He talked about things like men being born free and equal, about basic human dignity, about the duty to protect the weakest members in society. Although he was executed for treason, his radical ideas spread like wildfire among the poor and down-trodden…When the Romans invaded Judea and scattered the Jews, the Masons began offering their services to other kings and despots…One faction of them eventually convinced a Roman emperor by the name of Constantine to compile a book that would both encompass the folk beliefs of his people and provide a way to herd them like sheep (The lord is my Shepherd). This was the birth of the Roman Catholic church. Over the years it expanded, absorbing ideas from other religions and folk beliefs along the way. Ideas that were not considered palatable were persecuted relentlessly in an effort to preserve and maintain a universal mental mono-culture.”
The author must’ve meant by his statement of the Romans invading Judea and scattering the Jews the invasion of Jerusalem (in Judea) by the Roman general Titus and his army in 70 A.D. during which time the city and the Temple of Solomon were destroyed. In 312 A.D., the Roman emperor Constantine had converted to Christianity, according to historical accounts. According to the author, the Masons had a hand in convincing him to compile a book that would enslave the people and maintain control over them. Could this book have been an earlier version of the Bible? But wait! There were books (which are contained within today’s New Testament Bible) that existed long before Constantine, who was born in circa 272 A.D. These books are the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Also, the Acts of the Apostles, I Peter, I John, Revelation, and more. So, Constantine never compiled the Bible. The Bible was not compiled as a result of the Council of Nicea, which was called by Constantine in 325 A.D. There were other councils, called in 393 and 397 A.D., which were responsible for forming a decision on the list of previously existing books that would make up the New Testament. These books were already widely known long before the first Council of Nicea convened in 325 A.D., and the others that followed.
If the Masons had a hand in convincing Constantine to compile a book that would encompass the folk beliefs of his people and provide a way to herd them like sheep (which, in my opinion, means enslaving the people and maintaining mind control over them), then what was that book he was convinced by the Masons to compile?