Edward Menez -- Three Crypto Jews Who Changed Everything
September 28, 2022
(Pope Clement VII, 1523-1530)
The word "catholic" means "universal" and the Catholic Church was really the "one and only" Christian Church until Martin Luther began his Protestant Reformation and made a schism in the Catholic Church. Now all the Protestant denominations in the US--Lutheran, Baptist, Evangelical, etc--have more members combined than the Catholic Church. So that was a pretty big deal to split the Catholic Church in two like that.
Another big deal was the fact that the Pope accepted the heliocentric model of the world at the same time. That had never been done before because all Christians (and all other religions, too) accepted that we lived in a geocentric world up until then. In fact, it changed the world entirely because the Earth was no longer at the center of everything.
The Bible states over 30 times that the Earth does not move. Now, under the heliocentric model, the sun was at the center of the universe and the Earth spun around it.
I discovered through experimentation and extensive study that we have been lied to about so many things, one of which is the place we live and our importance on it. I believe we are created in God's image, and everything was created by God. I no longer believe in evolution, the Big Bang Theory, and other modern lies.
Satan is the "Great Deceiver," after all. My life has changed completely and I have come back to God in the past 7 years, when I had been a big sinner until that point.
MEDICI BANKING FAMILY POPES SHATTER CHRISTIANITY IN 20 YEARS
From 1513-1533 two earth-shattering events took place: the Protestant Reformation, and the Pope's acceptance of Nicholas Copernicus's heliocentric model of cosmology (that the earth revolves around the sun). Were they coincidental, or was the Catholic Church intentionally being dismantled from within?
From 1513-1521 Pope Leo X reigned, and from 1523-1534 Pope Clement VII reigned, which covers this 20-year time period. Both Popes were from the de'Medici family, a BANKING family, and outed as crypto-Jews by Miles Mathis (though being "bankers" was obvious). Both Popes were officially cousins, but were in fact raised as brothers as Leo X's father, Lorenzo the Magnificent, brought up both Popes under the same household as brothers after Clement VII's father was murdered just before his birth.
Whether you believe in Protestantism, Catholicism, or some other religion, the fact is that Leo X allowed Martin Luther (a Jew) to fragment Christianity, which had until then consisted of the Catholic Church; and whether you believe in a geocentric or heliocentric model of the universe, the fact is that Pope Clement VII accepted Copernicus's theory of a heliocentric model of the universe for the first time, which went against all prior and Biblical belief in a geocentric model.
These two earth-shattering events occurred between 1513-1533 while the two brother-cousin Jewish Popes from the fantastically wealthy Medici banking family were in charge of Christendom.
POPES LEO X AND CLEMENT VII
"Pope Leo X (left: Leone X; born Giovanni di Lorenzo de' Medici, 11 December 1475 - 1 December 1521) was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 9 March 1513 to his death in 1521."
Pope Leo X was not a priest, but a usurper, as he was the last pope not to have been in priestly orders when elected to the papacy. In fact, the Medici banking family he came from were the most powerful bankers in the world at the time when he became pope.
Pope Leo X was also accused of being a homosexual, and was said to take advantage of the handsome young men who were his chamberlains.
After Martin Luther posted his "Ninety-five Theses" on Halloween Day of 1517, Pope Leo X didn't fret: in "February 1518 he directed the vicar-general of the Augustinians to impose silence on his monks" and not mention the obvious threat Martin Luther posed towards Catholicism.
"Possibly the most lasting legacy of the reign of Pope Leo X was his perceived failure to not just stem the Reformation but to fuel it."
After Leo X's death, Pope Adrian VI (1522-1523), placeholder and puppet of future-Pope Clement VII (then Cardinal Giulio Medici), became pope: "During his 20-month papacy, Adrian VI "seemed to set great store by Cardinal Medici's opinions... And all the other cardinals were kept distinctly at arm's-length." In this way, Cardinal Giulio "wielded formidable influence" throughout Adrian's reign."
What happened for Cardinal Giulio to become Clement VII? Clement VII (born Giulio de' Medici) was Pope from 1523-1534, and was later deemed "the most unfortunate of the Popes".
Giulio was born illegitimately on 26 May 1478, in Florence, and the exact identity of his mother remains unknown. His biological father was tragically murdered a month before his birth.
"Thereafter, Lorenzo the Magnificent raised him as one of his own sons, alongside his children Giovanni (the future Pope Leo X), Piero, and Giuliano."
Giulio was not supposed to be able to attain the highest offices of the Catholic Church due to his illegitimate birth, but three months after becoming Pope Leo X, his brother-cousin removed that obstacle through a papal dispensation and appointed Giulio Cardinal.
When Cardinal Giulio became Pope Clement VII shortly after the death of Pope Leo X, he was accused of draining the Vatican treasuries through excessive nepotism to his Medici relatives, and reform measures to prevent such nepotism in the future were enacted by the Catholic Church after Pope Clement VII's death.
Pope Clement VII's "contemporaries considered him worldly and indifferent to the perceived dangers of the Protestant Reformation."
Thus, he continued the work of his cousin Pope Leo X in abetting the shattering of the Catholic Church.
But Clement VII's most well-known legacy is tied to what else he allowed:
"In matters of science, Clement is best known for approving, in 1533, Nicolaus Copernicus's theory that the Earth revolves around the Sun--99 years before Galileo Galilei's heresy trial for similar ideas."
Who was Martin Luther? Miles Mathis says it best: "Luther's mother's maiden name was Lindemann. A Jewish surname. They admit Luther's father was very wealthy, though they rush you by it as usual."
"And now for the kill shot. If you think Lindemann wasn't a Jewish name, we can go to Luther's maternal grandmother, who was a . . . Ziegler."
"But there's more. Margaretha Ziegler's maiden name was Rosenzweig."
What else did Martin Luther do? He allowed banks and individuals to begin low-interest loans for the first time ever. Up until then, "usury" was forbidden by the Catholic Church (as stated in The Bible), and usury was defined as the charging of any amount of interest.
What is low interest anyway? It might have started out as 1% or 2% in Martin Luther's day, but nowadays 10% interest might be considered low in some places. We all know what a can of worms Martin Luther opened by allowing any interest at all. The banking industry has him to thank, though, in the end.
From scholars to ordinary folks right down to the plowboy in the field, someone who found out the difference between what was preached in the pulpits / practiced by wicked priests, versus what the Word of God says plainly, rejected Roman Catholic-ism. At the personal level, that Reformation continues to this day.
Mr Menez' notion that the weight of 1ooo years of human tradition, was upset by a few mortals in 20 years, is absurd. Ivan Illich said "every human institution winds up doing the very opposite of what it started out to do." Which is never truer than as applied to Roman Catholicism. What is now known as 'the Reformation' started out as an attempt by sincere Christians to reform an institution which had become unspeakably corrupt. Perfect illustration, being, Luther's complaint about indulgences being sold ... telling credulous parishioners that "the moment the coin hit the bottom of the box, his sins were forgiven". Religious racketeers traveled the realms of Medieval Europe, issuing a license to sin IN ADVANCE ! Then those funds spent to build Saint Peters where the Egyptian obelisk was set up in the very centre of the circle on the Square : classical symbols of the ancient Mystery Religion. And Mr Menez would have us accept that all that was the work of a couple of miscreant Jews? Hardly! The Reformation was a process that took centuries to play out.
Menez' assertion re Luther's position on usury, is so far-removed from the
facts on record, that his credibility is utterly ruined. Luther preached that the sin of usury is equivalent to
murder. Here is one link with a short explanation of Luther's
preaching re usury.
Mr Menez's problem, is > explaining why the Roman Catholic position on Usury changed officially in the 1880s. With the Bible as the ultimate authority on Faith and Morals, it couldn't be clearer that the God of Israel abhors usury among Israel-itish people. Of whom we Caucasians are the direct descendants.
Ultra-montaigne tradition has it that the Holy Spirit instructs the Magisterium, immediately. Onus is on him to produce evidence of the very date - and by what means - God Almighty advised a Cardinal or 2, that the policy of Heaven had changed?
Required reading for anyone who cares about 'who's to blame for the Reformation', is = the masterpiece by Tupper F Saussy : Rulers of Evil. Saussy lays out how the book "Art of War' - pretended as the work of one, Sun Tsu - was cooked up by the Jesuits for their Counter Reformation.