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Some Royal Dupes Of Voltaire

The first Hebrew king, Saul, was ordained by the Almighty. Kings and queens were God’s representatives on earth. But what happened when, in Europe, some of those royals began listening to the atheistic whisperings of Voltaire? When certain royals rejected … Continue reading

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The Encyclopedia Conspiracy

Voltaire, D’Alembert, King Frederic II of Prussia, and Diderot plotted to gradually alter the encyclopedia as a means to subtly promote poisonous ideas in France. They sought to “crush the wretch” – their code phrase, meaning to destroy Christianity. Their … Continue reading

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Abbé Barruel: Undercover Jesuit

Yesterday, May 1st, was “International Workers Day” but it was really International Illuminati Day since that infamous sect was born on May 1, 1776. The Abbé Barruel tried to warn us, after witnessing the evil of the French Revolution. And … Continue reading

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Finding Abbé Barruel

The Abbé Barruel recorded the French Revolution of 1789 – 1799 in his book, Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, first published in its entirety circa 1799. Unfortunately the book had been hard to find lately, until now. In this … Continue reading

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