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The Jesuits must be loving the fact that you blame the Jews and the Illuminati for everything

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The Jesuits must be loving the fact that you blame the Jews and the Illuminati for everything
All Roads lead to the Vatican and that is where the throne of the world is at this point. Look at the backs of your dollar bills. The all seeing eye.

You don;t think they call it the "Holy See" for nothing do you.

For those who believe the buck stops at the Masons and Illuminati, your are missing the mark. The Pope has and is in control of the world. Even Europes flag proclaims the Jesuit control of their government as well with the crown of the twelve stars of "Mary" actually the pagan "Queen of Heaven" though and mother to Tammuz...

The other thing I see ignored here is the Shriners which is truly remarkable as they are chock full of 33 degree Scottish right Master Mason 3 degree..

Take a look at this Shriner's hospital and their funding. 33 million for this and 33 million for that...

Ever wonder the obsession with 33? Perhaps because Yeshua(Jesus) was 33 years old when he was crucified and raised from the dead...

[link to www.alcazarshriners.com]


Despite its Arabic theme, the Shrine is in no way connected to Islam. It is a men's fraternity rather than a religion or religious group. Its only religious requirement is indirect: all Shriners must be Masons, and petitioners to Freemasonry must profess a belief in a Supreme Being. In order to further minimize any confusion with religion, the use of the word "Temple" to describe Shriners' buildings has now been replaced by the phrase "Shrine Center."

Modern Shriners

The Shriners often participate in local parades, sometimes as rather elaborate units: shrines may have one or more whole units of miniature vehicles in themes (all sports cars; all miniature 18-wheeler trucks; all fire engines for instance) of a dozen or two dozen Shriners executing elaborate drills in the mini-vehicles; an "oriental band" dressed in cartoonish versions of Middle Eastern dress; floats, including huge inflatable balloons of Shriners wearing their fezzes -- some local mosques actually have all of the above marching in the same parade.

The Shriners are committed to community service and have been instrumental in countless public projects throughout their domain. They also host the annual East-West Shrine Game which is a college football all-star game. Once a year, the fraternity meets for the Imperial Council Session in a major North American city. It is not uncommon for these conventions to have 20,000 participants or more, which generates significant revenue for the local economy.


The Shrine's charitable arm is the Shriners Hospitals for Children, a network of twenty-two hospitals in the United States, Mexico and Canada. It was formed to treat young victims of polio, but as that disease was controlled, they broadened their scope. They now deal with all pediatric cases, most especially with orthopedic injuries and disease and burns. The Shrine has pioneered new treatments for these conditions.

There is never any charge for treatment at a Shriners Hospital. There is no requirement for religion, race, or relationship to a Freemason. Patients must be under the age of eighteen and treatable. Local Shrine temples most often provide free transportation to the nearest hospital. In 2002, a mascot named Fez Head Fred debuted, primarily to visit their children's hospitals.

In 2005, Shriners Hospitals approved 37,755 new patient applications, attended to the needs of 123,385 patients and provided the following free of charge:

* 228,261 radiology procedures
* 305,455 outpatient, outreach and telemedicine visits
* 67,735 orthotic and prosthetic devices applied
* 24,627 surgical procedures
* 227,857 occupational therapy treatments

Shriners Hospitals' total budget for 2006 is $649 million, of which $616 million is targeted for operating expenses (including $33 million for research) and $33 million for buildings and equipment expenditures. During the 84-year history of the Shriners Hospitals, approximately $7.6 billion has been spent to operate Shriners Hospitals, and over $1.73 billion has been spent on construction and renovation.