Thursday, November 18, 2010

Square, Compasses and Jesuit Rat-lines


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Above image - Jesuit-masonic evidence: "...This is the front door of the Santa Maria Maggiore 'Jesuit church' of Trieste. From the book: "Trieste Nascosta": …the hammer together with the compasses and the square is the first symbol of Masonry….”. The author goes further saying that “…not many know that in every Loyola's temple there’s, hidden in a corner, one of this mystical signs, beloved by Masonry…”......" - - "..This is a particular about the hammer. Wasn't the Catholic sect founded by the heirs of the Mysteric/Satanic Religion of Babylon? Aren't they linked with the Levite's priests of the Pharaophs? Didn't wear the bishps the same fish-hat of their ancient colleagues of Sumeria? Tuchulcha, the Etruscan god of the Underworld, didn't use an hammer to catch you with him at the end of your life? When the pope dies, don't hit his assistants three times his temples with a silver hammer? MASONRY IS THE OCCULT HARM OF THE VATICAN..." -
From: "Trieste with the pope" -

From the comments of mine on my post "A Jesuit architecture of control" (§):
avles said...
Ok, go to the message:

Friday, February 13, 2009
The 'American' Masonic cup - filled with Jesuitical and Vatican sap

....scroll down and look at the last picture of the superior part of the entry of the historical Jesuit church (If i am not wrong after the XVIII cent. managed by Capuchins or similar) S. Maria Maggiore. Well, the side "a" of the till-now not exposed "old fashioned/baroque age" Virgo's tgriangle (which is corrispective and PARALLEL of the side "A" of the "modern" VIrgo's Triangle just exposed), runs just along that entry of the picture (the reader can image a band of a pair of meters of tolerance instead a-dimensional geometrical ideal lines if that disturb him )
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avles said...
See my historical thread:

Jesuit, The Masters Of Masonry And Of Himmler's SS, New Evidencies From Trieste.

Posted: Oct 26 2007, 09:16 AM


The 1638 built Jesuit's church Santa Maria Maggiore, generally known to the public of Trieste as the "Jesuits' church":

user posted image

The author recalls us that “…the hammer is together with the compasses and the square is the first symbol of Masonry….”. The author goes further saying that “…not many know that in every Loyola's temple there’s, hidden in a corner, one of this mystical signs, beloved by Masonry…”.
On the front face of the Jesuit’s church Santa Maria Maggiore (now managed by another order, obviously under the control of the Company), built in 1638, there’s a ornamental iron grating on the doors, where a little but clear hammer has been integrated.
It is interesting to note that about less than 100 metres far from the ‘Loyola temple’, you had the Jewish ghetto…..
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avles said...
This is the actual official Jesuit church of TS, the church of Sacro Cuore of Gesù in Ronco street, I exposed in that historical thread in TUM forum in end 2007

the church has been built in 1908 because the..... masonic Italian irredentists of Trieste opposed to a return of the Jesuits also after 1814! It is not strange that, because Italian irredentism and masonry were practically the same matrix!

In Trieste the Jesuits launched their masonic irredentists against the traditional church which represented the Hapsburgs.... because in inner Slovenia the traditional church was cultivating the Slovenian nation.... all that had to be kept separated.... because both anti-Slavic masonic irredentists and the early Slovenian irredentism were anti-Hapsburg....

the new Jesuit church was financed by Hapsburg... a century before the lodge of Innsbruck (Jesuit university) was filled with Romanist priests....
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avles said...
Never forget that if today a nation called "Slovenia" and a language called "Slovenian" exist, this is due to the Reform..... (In another post of that forum they say that the problem was Venice, nest of "heretics" which infected TS.... I don't have such idea a-la-John-Phelps.... I believe that the venetian hereticism died early, and was resuscitated by Jesuits to play double games (just see before the CR the GIordano Bruno affair in Venice...)... The same Trubar, founder of Sloveinan protestant etc., was surelyu a FAILED product of the Venetian factory of "false heretics".... I believe that Trubar was the "robot who escaped out of control".... But for all that, the seat is AGKH blog....
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avles said...
when the city of TS was growing thanks Maria Teresia (anyway, if i am not wrong she pulled away Jews from Bohemia and didn't recognize the Lutheran communities in TS) in XVIII century (the most important Hapsburg harbour) the masonic lodge could have also as member the bishop of the city. For all along the XIX century the city enlarged enormously (from 20,000/40,000 inhabtit. to more than 200,000) and it was here the greatest influence of the Jesuit masonic geometry. the "liberals" Italian nationalists were practically a Masonic organization and for this reason they "opposed" to the come back of Jesuits in the city after 1814. It is evident that when they were to reach the goal (TS and Primorje under Itlian domination) and were going to be dismissed/transformed in: FASCISM OF THE BORDERS, the Jesuits appeared without ifs and buts. I ask myself: but did for an instant the Hapsburg mind about the deadly danger of those Jesuits, to whom they lavished money for the Secon Jesuit church of Ronco street? In any case the Jesuits were so much "supporters" of the Hapsburg empire that.... the victorious enemies of that empire, not only exiled the jesuits from the city, but were controlled by them!!! (see SJ pietro Tacchi Venturi...).
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avles said...
Errata corrige: of course read it with the "DIDN'T":

"....In any case the Jesuits were so much "supporters" of the Hapsburg empire that.... the victorious enemies of that empire, not only DIDN'T exile the jesuits from the city, but were controlled by them!!! (see SJ pietro Tacchi Venturi...)........"

"De Maconnieke Encyclopedie zoekt"

"...........1. G. CatholicThat the Catholic clergy was not always closed against Freemasonry, many lodges lists show from the 18th, even some from the early 19th Century. Reinhold Taute has compiled in a paper "The Catholic clergy and Freemasonry" (Aug. 3, 1908) more than 500 names sometimes very prominent Catholic G., who belonged to the league, a list which has since supplemented in various countries very much has been..............
From the Catholic priests who Taute especially cites the following may be mentioned: Johann Baptist Albertini, President of the General Seminary for training and education of the Tyrolean clergy, Johann Baptist Graf Anersperg, Prince Bishop of Passau, Prince-Bishop Bovier of Liege, Dominic von Brentano, chaplain and. spiritual advice of the prince-abbot of Kempten Honorius, Johann Michael Brigido of Breswitz, Prince Bishop of Laibach; Cordior Abbé de St. Firmin, Paris, Voltaire introduced to his box; t....."(*)

Johann Michael Brigido of Breswitz, Prince Bishop of Laibach

From the booklet "Iniziative sanitarie del '700 - Il Forte Kressich - La massoneria a Trieste" (47 pages about curiosity from old Trieste in XVIII/XIX century on sanitary initiatives, about military bulwarks/fortresses and the Masonry, by Leone Veronese jr., publishing house Luglio Editore):

"...From the documents of another lodge, the Provincial lodge of Prague, we can take knoweledge about the names of the members of Trieste, they are: officials of the garrison, state functionaries, the same governor Pompeo de' Brigido, the police director Pittoni and - not last - even the bishop Michele de' Brigido....." (page 34)

Bishop Michele de' Brigido

".......Among the members of Lodge "The real unity" we encounterfrom our country: Baron Jurij Vega, Baron VincentGeorge Strupij, Baron Sigfrid Taufferer.The lodge was often visited by the Freemasons from other Lodges,
such as Mozart,
and from our land thebrother of the Ljubljana Archbishop, Earl Joseph Brigido,(and the) Ljubljana cathedral canon and later LjubljanaBishop assistant Ricci, and so on.....
Michael Baron pl. Brigido (* Trieste 1742, + Trieste 1816).- 1783 in the Lodge "generosity" ("Zur Grossmuth" or"Magnanimitas") of Budapest- In 1788 he joined the strict observance- Presumably (a member also) in one of the lodges of Trieste.Istrian family member from Brezovica barons and from Lupoglav.
He studied theology by the Jesuits in Graz.
From 1788 to 1806 was the first LjubljanaArchbishop, then to his death Bishop of (Zips). He was Jansenist and jožefinec (partisan of
"Josephinism" from JosephII, the emperor)
His brother Joseph Baron Brigido from Brezovica
(* Trieste 1736, 4-Vienna 1817).
- 1785 Master of Viennese Lodge "The rules of style."
- 1786-87 Master of Viennese Lodge "The truth"
Guberialni councilor at the time due 1774 to 77 pre-
President of the Banat, 1784 Count, 1793 Governor of Trieste....(**).".

The brother of archbishop
Michael Baron pl. Brigido, the governor of Trieste Joseph Baron Brigido

".....To Count Pompeo Brigido, trusted adviser and chamberlain of the Emperor Augustus, great governor of Trieste, Gorizia and Gradisca, as Joseph II appointed him Prince Augustus of the Holy Roman Empire and (appointed) as first bishop of Ljubljana her beloved brother Michael, sons of Barons Brigido, a man welcomed to God and to the men for the respect for the Lord and for the singular purity of mind, the participating citizens of Trieste took care to place here this plaque, the common witness of the joy in the year 1788....... (***)...."

See Douglas Willinger's resarches on Continuing Counter Reformation Masonic urban engineering and architecture in today's Washington DC :

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Freemasonry Lets America Down

Betrays "Extending the Legacy" South Capitol Mall
Subserviance to the Roman Catholic Church

New at South Capitol Street Frederick Douglass Mall

Kleinknecht's 'Extending the Legacy[s?]'
Kleinknecht's Disappointing Capitulation to the Vatican?
Kleinknecht's Explaination Against moving St Vincent DePaul Church?

Rat-lines in Trieste

Rat-lines in Washington, D.C.

Corrections and additions: I corrected some minor mistakes and added more bold characters two hours later, cause I couldn't finish the message. Note
(**) supplemented with original Slovenian text.
(§) Saturday, November 13, 2010
A Jesuit architecture of control
(*) Of course also Protestant clergy joined Masonry - Free or not, Masonry is a Jesuit product to reach the first phase of a deadly ecumenism, a glove to not leave the Counter Reformation fingerprint on the crime scene:

1. Katholische G. ".....Daß der katholische Klerus nicht immer geschlossen gegen die Freimaurerei stand, zeigen zahlreiche Logenlisten aus dem 18., auch noch manche aus dem frühen 19. Jahrhundert. Reinhold Taute hat in einer Schrift "Die katholische Geistlichkeit und die Freimaurerei" (3. Aug. 1908) mehr als 500 Namen teilweise sehr prominenter katholischer G. zusammengestellt, die dem Bunde angehörten, ein Verzeichnis, das seither in den verschiedensten Landern sehr wesentlich erganzt worden ist.
Von den katholischen Priestern, die Taute namentlich anführt, seien folgende genannt: Johann Baptist Albertini, Rektor des Generalseminars für Bildung und Erziehung des tirolischen Klerus; .Johann Baptist Graf Anersperg, Fürstbischof von Passau; Fürstbischof Boviere von Lüttich, Dominikus von Brentano, Hofkaplan und geistlicher Rat des Fürstabtes Honorius zu Kempten; Johann Michael Brigido von Breswitz, Fürstbischof von Laibach; Abbé Cordior de St. Firmin, Paris, der Voltaire in seine Loge einführte;...".

".......2. Evangelische G. Der Anteil der protestantischen Geistlichkeit an der Freimaurer arbeit iet teilweise sehr rege. Namentlich in den angelsächsischen Ländern, wo die Ämter des Großkaplans und des Logenkaplans (Grand Chaplain, Chaplain) nach Möglichkeit mit Brr. geistlichen Standes besetzt werden und ein großer Teil der Erzbischöfe und Bischöfe der anglikanischen Kirche hohe freimaurerische Würden bekleidet. In der Großloge von "Alabama" sind unter 53.000 Mitgliedern 1550 G. verschiedener protestantischer Kirchen. Auch in Deutschland, Holland und anderen kontinentalen Landern ist der Anteil evangelischer G. am freimaurerischen Wirken erfolgreich, nicht selten findet man Pfarrer als Großmeister oder Trager anderer bedeutender Funktionen. Gelegentlich vertreten sie den humanitaren Gedanken in besonders liberalem Sinn (in der unmittelbaren Gegenwart z. B. die publizistisch hervortretenden Deutschen Schenkel und Kaiser und der Hollander Junod); ein protestantischer französischer Pastor, Desmons, war es, der den Grand Orient de France vor allem dazu bewog, das Symbol des A. B. a. W., als seiner Auffassung von unbedingter Gewissensfreiheit widersprechend, fallen zu lassen. Die evangelische Orthodoxie freilich betrachtete die Freimaurerei immer mit etwas scheelen Blieken (s. Hengstenberg, Möller). Es hat letzterer daher auch in deren Reihen nicht an grimmigen Gegnern gefehlt. In den letzten Jahren ist diese Feindschaft in Deutschland sogar noch wesentlich verstarkt worden. Völkisch eingestellte G. machen, teil weise unter dem Einfluß Ludendorffs, der auch die protestantischen Pfarrer, die Logen angehören, als "künstliche Juden" bezeichnet sehr heftig Front gegen die Königliche Kunst, der Landesbischof von Mecklenburg verlangte von seinen Pfarrern, die Freimaurer sind, Lossagung vom Bunde, wogegen seitens einer Reihe von G. scharfste Verwahrung eingelegt wurde . ..........".

This is the page of serching:
Prostozidarstvo v habsburški monarhiji v 18. stoletju ter ...
Oblika datoteke: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - V obliki HTML
žo so večkrat obiskovali tudi prostozidarji iz dru gih lož, kot na primer Mozart, iz naših dežel pa brat ljubljanskega nadškofa grof Jožef Brigido,^'^ ...

This is the URL of the document html (also in pdf):

".........Med člani lože "Pri pravi slogi" srečamo iz na­
ših dežel: barona Jurija Vego,^! barona Vincenca
Jurija Strupija,'^^ barona Sigfrida Tauffererja.
Ložo so večkrat obiskovali tudi prostozidarji iz dru­
gih lož, kot na primer Mozart, iz naših dežel pa
brat ljubljanskega nadškofa grof Jožef Brigido,^'^
ljubljanski stolni kanonik in kasnejši ljubljanski po­
možni škof Ricci, itd.35 Loža je vodila živahno

Baron Mihael pl. Brigido (*Trst 1742, +Trst 1816).
- 1783 v loži "Velikodušnost" ("Zur Grossmuth" ali
"Magnanimitas") iz Peste.131
- leta 1788 se je pridružil striktnim observan-
- domnevno tudi V eni od tržaških lož.
Član istrske rodbine baronov brezoviških in lupo-
glavskih. Študiral je teologijo pri jezuitih v Gradcu.
Od leta 1788 do 1806 je bil prvi ljubljanski nad­
škof, nato do smrti spiski (Zips) škof. Bil je jan-
zenist in jožefinec.133
Zagrebškemu nadškofu
Maksimiljanu Vrhovcu, ki je bil tudi prostozidar in
se je zanimal za slovenščino, je leta 1803 poslal
Japljev prevod biblije in dve slovenski slovnici ter
dva slovarja.134

Njegov brat Jožef baron Brigido pl. Breszovica
(*Trst 1736, 4-Dunaj 1817).
- 1785 mojster v dunajski loži "Pri pravi slogi".
- 1786 - 87 mojster v dunajski loži "Pri resnici"
Guberialni svetnik na Kranjskem, 1774 - 77 pred­
sednik v Banatu, 1784 grof, 1793 guverner v Trstu.

"....Al conte Pompeo Brigido, consigliere fidato e camerlengo dell'imperatore Augusto, ottimo governatore di Trieste, Gorizia e Gradisca, dal momento che Giuseppe II Augusto nominò principe del Sacro Romano Impero e primo vescovo di Lubiana il suo carissimo fratello Michele, dei figli dei Baroni de Brigido, uomo gradito a Dio e agli uomini per il rispetto verso il Signore e per la singolare purezza dell'animo, i cittadini di Trieste compartecipi curarono che fosse collocata questa lapide, testimonio della comune letizia nell'anno 1788....".

(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)

Saturday, November 13, 2010

A Jesuit architecture of control


How Roman Catholicism shapes the societies and the minds using architecture and urban engineering - an example of the troubles the questioning about the choice in urban architecture can create to Rome (unfortunately I have no time to continue with this blog in the short-mid term - the architecture exposed on the previous messages is not all the stuff - the best (a five reversed pointed star in the center of the city of Trieste) has still to come)

From Douglas Willinger blog: