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The Order of the Illuminati
The Rockefeller Bloodline
Writer: Fritz Springmeier | 199-(?) | www.bibliotecapleyades.net/bloodlines/rockefeller.htm
It would be beneficial for those studying Satan’s worldwide power to learn about each of the top 13 families. Lord willing, this will happen. For now, we will present an article on the religious influence in the U.S. of just one of those 13 families.
The Family That PREYS Together
One of the 13 Satanic bloodlines that rule the world is the Rockefeller bloodline. Today, there are around 190 members of this family with the Rockefeller name and of course some others by other last names. This article is to explore further for those who investigate the Illuminati, how the Rockefeller bloodline is involved in the promotion of the occult and Satanism, and how they are involved in the control of the Christian denominations. This article keys in on just one family, the Rockefellers. To understand the full extent of the Illuminati’s control of religion, including Christendom, would require perhaps several books. The Illuminati itself draws its lifeblood from around 500 very powerful families worldwide. This article will not attempt to explain their networks and the many organizations of the Illuminati. It will not even try to do this for the Rockefellers. In fact, no one knows how many trusts and foundations the Rockefellers have. They have hidden trusts within secret trusts within secret trusts. It is estimated that they have between 200 and several thousand trusts and foundations. The finances of the Rockefellers are so well covered that Nelson Rockefeller did not pay one cent in income taxes in 1970, yet he was perhaps the richest man in the U.S. The Rockefellers exert enormous influence over religion in this nation in the following ways:
- (1) They provide a large share of the money that Seminaries in the United States need to operate.
- (2) They provide a large share of the money that universities need to operate. Education influences the religious values of our people.
- (3) They provide large grants to various religious organizations.
- (4) Their influence and control helps determine who will get publicity in the major news magazines, and on television.
- (5) Their influence has contributed to various anti-Christian organizations being set up.
- (6) They directly help control certain religious groups such as Lucis Trust.
The Rockefeller’s influence is both subtle and not so subtle
In the book The Unholy Alliance details are given on how the seminaries, church boards and Christian colleges have been captured. Much of the money for this came from the Rockefellers. One of the principle large Foundations that was instrumental in controlling religious institutions of various kinds was the Sealantic Fund. (They have now shifted to other channels.) This Foundation which was incorporated in 1938 and was headquartered in New York City (50 West 50th St.) gave enormous sums of money to manipulate Protestant concerns. In 1964, according to the Russell Sage Foundation’s book The Foundation Directoy the Sealantic Fund gave away $681, 886 in grants. In 1969, the Fund gave $1,889,550 in grants. By 1984, the Sealantic Fund was not being used. But a look at another Rockefeller non-profit untaxed Foundation the Rockefeller Brother’s Fund shows a revealing grant pattern. Many people would not be able make any sense out of what seems a random pattern of grants without the broad picture of what the Illuminati is doing today. My book Be Wise As Serpents should have clarified how those various groups who receive grants are related and helpful to the Rockefeller agenda. Although these other Rockefeller Foundations are not specifically geared toward religion such as the Sealantic Fund was, it is clear these other Foundations still impact religion.
Four Selected Grants in 1984 of the Rockfeller Brothers Fund
This money was according to R.B. Fund info,
8 Selected Grants in 1984 of the Rockefeller Family Fund and Rockefeller Foundation
Walton, Ann D. and Marianna O. Lewis, Editors. The Foundation Directory Ed. 2. NY: Published by Russell Sage Foundation, 1964, p.584.
Lewis, Marianna 0. and Patricia Bowers, Editors. The Foundation Directory Ed. 4. NY: Columbia University Press, 1971, p.342.
Garonzik, Elan, ed. compiled by The Foundation Center. The Foundation Grants Index 13 Edition. NY: The Foundation Center, 1984, pp. 369-372.
Ibid., pp. 372-373.