Evolutionary religious views (innately false) and compromise with militarist pragmatism and money, money, money is how the NWO (the rising Antichrist) manipulates all of this.
The Houses of the Dragon is how it is being done - Monarchist Nobility and Risorgimento (which see: The Justice of God: Palestine Cry: The 'Nuen Kulturkampf' and the Judas knife in the back) are welded togther by the design of the ancient Mesopotamian Illuminist Houses of the Dragon. The core of black magic ancient Satanists were struck down from power by the rise of the Prophets of ancient Israel under the guidance of the Immortal Word of God Who is Jesus Christ and then the faithful of original Catholicism and then the simple unadorned believers of the original message of Muslims who retained the belief in and the witness of the Injeel (Gospels) and the Taurat (Torah of Moses) including professing Jesus Christ as the Immortal Word of God. This included the rise of civil rulers who governed by Godly principles. The Satanist Elites despised this and sought to return things to the Apostasy of the Devil. These "Nobles," that is the Elites of all cultures have been joined by: Pan Government Organizations (the United Nations, the CFR etc.) and Secret Subversive organizations (a Modern S.S. of MI6, KGB-FSB-GRU, OSS-CIA, DIA etc. including their pet demon the Mossadniks). The Black Nobility, and its roots - the Houses of the Dragon, is the basis of all Freemasonry, both Jew and Gentile, and the Hermetic apostasy in Christendom and Kabbalah and all world religion and world government and the Vatican False Prophet and the Palestinian-"Israel" JudeNazi Antichrist
Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites - the Black Nobility,
THE HOUSES OF THE DRAGON
The Houses of the Dragon
The Justice of God: Bethlehemites: Military and Religious Orders
Also see: The Justice of God: Knights of the Cross
Bethlehemites: Military and Religious Orders
Bethlehemites: Military and Religious Orders
Before establishing his Guatemala hospital Pedro de Betancourt had become affiliated with the Third Order of St. Francis, adopting its religious garb which he still retained after founding his congregation. He personally trained his first disciples and had no wish to organize a community, but simply to establish his hospital. He sent Brother Anthony of the Cross to Spain to solicit the king’s approbation of the work. The favour was granted, but Pedro died before the messenger’s return. From that time the community prospered, beginning with the extension of the hospital and the erection of a beautiful church. Brother Anthony, who assumed the government, drew up constitutions which he submitted to the bishop of the diocese for approval and it was at this juncture that the Capuchins requested him to make some alterations in the habit worn by his religious. A free school for poor children was already connected with the Bethlehem hospital, a feature of all new foundations. One of these was soon undertaken by Brother Anthony of the Cross who sent two of his community to Peru where they were very favourably received by the viceroy to whom he had recommended them. Doctor Antoine d’Arvila gave them the Hospital of Notre Dame du Carmel which he was then establishing at Lima and afterwards solicited admission among them. In 1672 Brother Roderick of the Cross obtained the confirmation of this establishment by the King of Spain and it was also through his efforts that Pope Clement X confirmed the congregation and its constitutions (1673). After his return to America this religious founded the Hospital of St. Francis Xavier in Mexico and those of Chachapoyas, Cajamarca, and Trujillo, going back to Spain in 1681 to secure the confirmation of these new institutions. The Council of the Indies assigned the hospital of Lima an income of 3,000 crowns. The Bethlehemites, because of making only simple vows, remained under diocesan jurisdiction from which they wished, however, to be freed so that their congregation might be converted into a regular religious order bound by solemn vows. The Spanish court did not approve this plan and at first the Holy See was not favourable to it, but due chiefly to the influence of Cardinal Mellini, former nuncio at Madrid, Roderick of the Cross at length overcame all difficulties and in the Bull of 26 March, 1687, Innocent XI authorized these religious to make the three solemn vows according to the rule of St. Augustine and to have a superior-general, and granted them all the privileges of the Augustinian friars and convents. Later, Clement XI renewed this authorization and these favours, adding thereunto the privileges of the mendicant orders, of the Regular Clerks, of the Ministers of the Sick, and of the Hospitallers of Charity of St. Hippolytus (1707).