What comes next is a little more difficult to see. We have very few defectors from within the Illuminati, and none of them have been very high within the organization itself. There are some who claim to have been in the leadership of the Illuminati, but those individuals appear to be highly fraudulent.
Nevertheless, it is clear to me that there is a connection between the Vatican and the Illuminati. Just as it is with so many Luciferian organizations, lower level members have little or no idea what is happening at the upper levels. That is why the Vatican can be chock full of Satan worshipers, while the average Catholic still reveres Jesus as God.
Furthermore, it appears that the Vatican connection to the Illuminati is facilitated by the Jesuits. This should not be a surprise. After all, Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Illuminati, was a Jesuit himself, and a closer look at the Jesuits indicates deep Luciferian roots.
They are the ‘intellectuals’ of the Catholic Church and are known to delve into ‘hidden’ secrets – both natural and unnatural. It therefore makes sense that the Jesuits would be corrupted by the Luciferians. Looking into ‘hidden secrets’ is a very easy way to be sucked into Luciferianism.
Seriously, you really do not want to look too closely at this stuff.
There is also another intriguing dimension to all this. Middle ranking members of the Illuminati have been told that they control the Vatican via someone that they refer to as the ‘Black Pope’. Apparently, the Illuminati tells this Black Pope what they want, and this Black Pope tells the (white?) Pope.
Presumably, the Pope takes orders from the Black Pope.
My source for this tidbit of information on the Illuminati Black Pope is Doc Marquis, who was a middle rank member of the Illuminati, as well as a seventh generation Illuminus. However, Doc Marquis can only report his own experience, which is a bit of a problem since the Illuminati do more than just lie to us. They also lie to their own people.
However, we can confirm the existence of someone called The Black Pope. He’s the head of the Jesuits, and that man is currently Adolfo Nicolas. Now, the Jesuits don’t call him the ‘Black Pope’. That’s a derogatory nickname that others use. The Jesuits call their leader the Superior General of the Society of Jesus. (They probably also call him ‘sir’.)
Are these ‘Black Pope’ references coincidental? They could be, but I don’t think so. There have been reliable reports of Luciferianism at the highest levels of the Jesuit order, so it would be logical for the Jesuit leadership to ally themselves with the Illuminati. The Jesuits are very, very bad news, and nothing good happens when they are around.
This discussion brings to mind Revelation 17. Some of the discussion of ‘The Beast’ seems to describe the Illuminati – either as the ten kings, the seven heads, or the beast itself. If so, then this would explain some of the relationship between the Vatican and the Illuminati.
Do we assume that this whore in Revelation 17 is the Vatican? If so, does this whore exert some control over ‘The Beast’?
In fact, it even seems likely.
Does this negate my theory that Weishaupt designed the Illuminati to keep it out of the hands of the Catholic Church?
It might, but remember that the Catholic Church has a history of seeking to control the centers of power. It would certainly have sought to control the Illuminati. (Of course, anyone trying to control something as completely Satanic as the Illuminati would quickly find themselves under Satanic control, instead.)
It is likely that the relationship between the Illuminati and the Catholic Church is one of uneasy alliance. And history shows us how the Catholic Church could make common cause with an organization as evil as the Illuminati. After all, Rome worked with Hitler and helped the Nazis escape when World War II was over. If they can do that, much else is possible.
So, an alliance makes sense.
In fact, I could see Rome having her representatives deep within whatever ruling council the Illuminati has, just as the Illuminati could have their representative, this ‘Black Pope’, deep within the Vatican.
But, when I say that ‘it makes sense’, I freely admit that I’m operating within the realm of supposition. I really cannot know for sure. I’m still digging through mountains of material. When something pops up, you’ll hear about it.
Just remember that the bible is one source that we can ALWAYS be sure about. And since I quoted Revelation 17, a closer look at that passage might show us more.