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Scientific Geniuses and Their Jesuit Collaborators : Strange Notions

Herbert Butterfield, the influential twentieth-century historian, identified the Scientific Revolution as “one of the great episodes in human history,” which, along with the rise of the empires of Alexander the Great and ancient Rome, deserves a place “amongst the epic adventures that have helped to

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  1. No matter where you look is the Jesuit. Since their founding they have been at every turning point of history, behind the thrones and curtains there is a Jesuit, somewhere and somehow there is a Jesuit where there has been a revolutionary ideology, revolutionary war, and this is only what has been uncovered. It is very eerie the depth and range of their tentacles.

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