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American History: 1170- Present, The Oldest Conspiracy of All American Conspiracies.

Americas History: that what you didn't know has enslaved you.

*this post is lengthy, providing links to every fact, read it through to know truth, if you've the stomach for it *

The year is 1170, and America's future hangs on a thread. For a man, an archbishop has been murdered, Thomas Becket is his name and King Henry the perpetrator by rote, guilty of two crimes, one the crime of desiring to be free of the wicked oppression of the Catholic ReligioPolitical State during the height of the Protestant reformation. And by interconnection the abuses of that system as practiced by Thomas Becket, the archbishop of Canterbury.
The Murder of Thomas Becket, 1170
   But what has this event to do with American history ? Everything.
Let us proceed then to the greatest secret ever, to a seemingly small event that in the end, after much time has global impact. To what some would call a conspiracy, but are facts conspiracy ? I suppose they must be if the facts establishing the proofs have been hidden away from sight.
   That event takes place between a later English monarch, King John and a Pope, innocent III, the century 13th. , but first some background.

   " Becket's murder caused more stress than relief for King Henry II, who had to smooth things over with the Papacy:
  Just three years later, Becket was canonized and revered as a martyr against secular interference in God's church; Pope Alexander III had declared Thomas Becket a saint...The Compromise of Avranches in 1172 marked the reconciliation of Henry II of England with the Catholic Church after the murder in 1170 of Thomas Becket. Henry was purged of any guilt in Becket's murder, but he agreed that the secular courts had no jurisdiction over the clergy, with the exceptions of high treason, highway robbery and arson: 

The murder had far-reaching consequences for England, but the immediate result was that Henry II had to make peace with the Church. He did this four years later by performing penance at Canterbury Cathedral. He was beaten by eighty monks while wearing sack cloth and ashes and spent the night in vigil at Saint Thomas Becket's tomb. The Church had wasted no time and had canonized Becket in 1173. He (Henry II) also had to promise to raise money for the Crusades and to either mount a Crusade or make a pilgrimage. He did neither. There was enough to do at home.iv

It's clear from these stories that the true power behind the British throne in those days was the Pope. In fact, the Pope dominated the entire continent—Catholicism reigned as the only Christianity for 1260 years in Europe.
In the early 1200s, King John of England (1166-1216) had no better luck in keeping the Pope happy." source Dr. W. Veith, amazingdiscoveries

Then " In 1207, Pope Innocent III installed Stephen Langton as Archbishop of Canterbury. King John of England had another candidate in mind, and refused to acknowledge Langton, which according to Pope Innocent III was an act of "impious persecution."i Innocent eventually excommunicated King John for his stubbornness—in effect barring him from God's forgiveness—causing John to write a concession that would change the course of history:
As a result, the pope laid on England an interdict (1208-14), a sort of religious "strike", wherein no religious service be performed for anyone, guilty or innocent. When this didn't work, the king, himself, was excommunicated. Caving-in under that pressure, John wrote a letter of concession to the pope, hoping to have the interdict and the excommunication lifted (1213). John‘s concession which, in effect, made England a fiefdom of Rome, worked like a charm. The satisfied pope lifted the yoke he had hung on the people of England and their king (emphasis added).ii

Read the full text of John's Concession, a charter outlining the terms of the fiefdom. If these terms were not met, according to the charter, the crown of England would be surrendered to the Roman Catholic Church forever.
"The Crown resigned to the Pope's Legate by King John" (in 1213), from History of... 

Here is that concession : 

"John, by the grace of God, king of England, lord of Ireland, duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, count of Anjou, to all the faithful of Christ who shall look upon this present charter, greeting.
King John (1167 – 1216).

We wish it to be known to all of you, through this our charter, furnished with our seal, that inasmuch as we had offended in many ways God and our mother the holy church, and in consequence are known to have very, much needed the divine mercy, and can not offer anything worthy for making due satisfaction to God and to the church unless we humiliate ourselves and our kingdoms:- we, wishing to humiliate ourselves for Him who humiliated Himself for us unto death the grace of the Holy Spirit inspiring, not induced by force or compelled by fear, but of our own good and spontaneous will and by the common counsel of our barons, do offer and freely concede to God and His holy apostles Peter and Paul and to our mother the holy Roman church, and to our lord pope Innocent and to his Catholic successors, the whole kingdom of England and the whole kingdom Ireland, with all their rights and appurtenances, for the remission of our own sins and of those of our whole race as well for the living as for the dead; and now receiving and holding them, as it were a vassal, from God and the Roman church, in the presence of that prudent man Pandulph, subdeacon and of the household of the lord pope, we perform and swear fealty for them to him our aforesaid lord pope Innocent, and his catholic successors and the Roman church, according to the form appended; and in the presence of the lord pope, if we shall be able to come before him, we shall do liege homage to him; binding our successors and our heirs by our wife forever, in similar manner to perform fealty and show homage to him who shall be chief pontiff at that time, and to the Roman church without demur.
As a sign, moreover, of this our own, we will and establish perpetual obligation and concession we will establish that from the proper and especial revenues of our aforesaid kingdoms, for all the service and customs which we ought to render for them, saving in all things the penny of St. Peter, the Roman church shall receive yearly a thousand marks sterling, namely at the feast of St. Michael five hundred marks, and at Easter five hundred marks—seven hundred, namely, for the kingdom of England, and three hundred for the kingdom of Ireland—saving to us and to our heirs our rights, liberties and regalia; all of which things, as they have been described above, we wish to have perpetually valid and firm; and we bind ourselves and our successors not to act counter to them. And if we or any one of our successors shall presume to attempt this, whoever he be, unless being duly warned he come to his kingdom, and his senses, he shall lose his right to the kingdom, and this charter of our obligation and concession shall always remain firm.
I myself bearing witness in the house of the Knights Templars near Dover, in the presence of master H., archbishop of Dublin; master J., bishop of Norwich; G., the son of Peter count of Essex, our justice; W., count of Salisbury, our brother; W. Marshall, count of Pembroke; R., count of Boulogne; W., count of Warren; S., count of Winchester; W., count of Arundel; W., count of Ferrieres; W, Briwer; Peter, son of Herbert; Warin, son of Gerold; on the 15th day of May, in the 14th year of our reign. " 
Source: Stubb's Charters: 284, as translated in Ernest F. Henderson, Select Historical Documents of the Middle Ages, (London: George Bell, 1910): 430-431.

Who is Thomas Becket? - Amazing Discoveries | Walter Veith ...

Soon after writing the concession, King John couldn't keep up with the necessary payments to Rome. So, in 1215 he broke the concession by signing the Magna Carta. At that time, Pope Innocent took official ownership of the crown:
King John broke the terms of this charter by signing the Magna Carta on June 15, 1215. Remember; the penalty for breaking the 1213 agreement was the loss of the Crown (right to the kingdom) to the Pope and his Roman Church. It says so quite plainly. To formally and lawfully take the Crown from the royal monarchs of England by an act of declaration, on August 24, 1215, Pope Innocent III annulled the Magna Carta; later in the year, he placed an Interdict (prohibition) on the entire British empire. From that time until today, the English monarchy and the entire British Crown belonged to the Pope (emphasis added).iii

Only three of the original clauses in Magna Carta are still law. One defends the freedom and rights of the English church, another confirms the liberties and customs of London and other towns, but the third is the most famous: 

No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, nor will we proceed with force against him, except by the lawful judgment of his equals or by the law of the land. To no one will we sell, to no one deny or delay right or justice. 

...it has resonant echoes in the American Bill of Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.iv

The Papacy has never given up this authority, and to this day is still the legal power ruling Great Britain. So when the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Pope knelt at the murder scene of Thomas Becket, it was a reminder to Britain that the Papacy still rules. " Source: amazingdiscoveries

And the Pope, through the legally binding contract of King John, rules America to this day. 
By what means do they accomplish this? The Royal order of the Bath: Started in 1725 by King George, a complete listing of ALL who are Honorary Knights in the Order of the Bath can be found at

Obama, Hillery Clinton, Jon Kerry, are all at present also Honorary Knights.
Regan, both Bush's, Bill Clinton, and EVERY president and SOS since our foundation have been members. But I though having a heraldic title was against the law? 

It is through this Order that the Pope rules, Prince Charles is its present head of the Order.

BUT, but we had a revolution, we won.......
Did we? Then why the wording of this: 
Jay Treaty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Issues · Treaty terms · Approval and dissent · Evaluations
They organized public protests against Jay and his treaty; one of their rallying cries said: Damn John Jay! Damn everyone that won't damn John Jay!

And this: 
Treaty of Paris (1783) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The agreement · The Ten Articles: key ... · Consequences
The Treaty of Paris, signed on September ... King George III). Benjamin Franklin was a strong proponent of Britain ceding Canada to America because he believed that ...

Now to me, these seem to favor the loser, King George rather than the victor, us.

Perhaps someday the communications between King George and Pope Pius VI will become known;  but since the Jesuits, by orders through the Free Mason Napoleon to his General Berthier, also a Free Mason took Pius VI hostage back to France, ending the POLITICAL aspect of the Vatican ( until 1929 when it was restored by Mussolini ) it is unlikely that record remains, unless they be archived in England.
Pius was removed by the Jesuits because he issued an Papal Bull, stating that the Bull of Clement IV excommunicating the Jesuit Order from the church was to be enforced. Clement had promptly been poisoned by the Jesuits in 1773 and Pius's Bull was due to their ( Jesuit Orders )  methods of operation, which had taken the content of Europe by a storm of terror and deceit, murder and political manipulations. Jesuits were the byword for evil, and Pius was taking steps to remove them, but they had other ideas. Pius also ordered that the " office of the inquisition" * be transferred to the Rosicrucian from the Jesuits.
* interestingly, the " Office of the inquisition" was changed into the " office for faith and values" and both Ratzinger and the present Pope were in charge of that office as Cardinals. The present Pope is also the first OPEN Jesuit to ever hold the mitre.

Here are some quotes from our founders upon the Jesuit Order: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30408550/Quotes-About-the-Jesuit-Order-From-Famous-People

What we were not told......has had us searching for the answer ever since.

God Bless
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