The hidden bloodlines. Borja Popes. Jesuits.

Steve sends –

Rogerio Borja I of Sicily 1031-1101
“Roberto was born into a mercenary military family in the Basque city of Zaragoza in Northern Spain. Since the end of Roman occupation, the Basques for centuries had fought for their independence against the Muslim invaders and then the Frankish kings – suffering some of their most humiliating defeats and punishments under the founders of Catholicism.
 
During the 17th and 18th Century it was decided by the Vatican and Jesuits to re-write the founders of the Borja noble titles in Italy to Norman mercenaries largely to lessen the obvious historic importance of the Basque region and the Borja in founding not only the Roman Cult, but also the Jesuits themselves. Today, much of the history surrounding Rogelio has been deliberately distorted making a clear understanding very difficult…………”
Roger II Borja of Sicily. 1085-1154
 
 “Born the eldest son of Roger (Rogelio) Borja of the famous Basque mercenary brothers from Zaragoza in Northern Spain. To hide their identity as the influential ancestors of the later “Borja Popes”, they were deliberately “remade” to be Norman Knights and French–both ridiculous and unsustainable lies.
By 1071, the Borja brothers of Robert “Guiscard” (which simply means sly and cunning) and Roger had conquered Palermo and much of Sicily with their Basque militia. Roger II was born while his father, Count Roger I of Sicily was away at the siege of Syracuse which surrendered the following year (1086)………………”Roger II of Sicily
Roberto /Guiscard) Borgia 1014.1058
 
Head of the Papal Militia Army (Roman Cult) 1058-1085

“Roberto was born into a mercenary military family in the Basque city of Zaragoza in Northern Spain. Since the end of Roman occupation, the Basques for centuries had fought for their independence against the Muslim invaders and then the Frankish kings – suffering some of their most humiliating defeats and punishments under the founders of Catholicism.
 
During the 17th and 18th Century it was decided by the Vatican and Jesuits to re-write the founders of the Borja noble titles in Italy to Norman mercenaries largely to lessen the obvious historic importance of the Basque region and the Borja in founding not only the Roman Cult, but also the Jesuits themselves. Today, much of the history surrounding Roberto has been deliberately distorted making a clear understanding very difficult………..”
 Cheers, dogman
 
(Privately)
I thought I would send this to you as a follow up to the Jesuit info from the rosalee-thewhistler blogspot. I can’t log onto the comments section of your blog, so I’m afraid email is the only way at present. I also wouldn’t want to clog your blog with stuff you don’t want on there. 
 
On the Icke Forum there is a thread started by Jimmy Jones (Outlaw) about blood, specifically RH negative. This is what the Basques have and it intrigues me that the Borja’s history has been altered and I would love to know why! I can’t help thinking that it links to the elite/royals and the obsession with maintaining bloodlines. You have some savvy contributors and I can’t help thinking that it is very important and possibly relevant to certain elements of organised and protected child abuse.
The dogman tag isn’t necessary, it‘s not an ego thing, just trying to help uncover the truth. Up to you if you use it. There is some good stuff on rosaleen’s blog, worth a look!
 
Regards, dogman

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2 Responses to “The hidden bloodlines. Borja Popes. Jesuits.”

  1. Wish13 says:

    The following two links are part of a much longer piece (about 7 parts so far) which is quite well researched a very much in-line with what I personally have dug up in the past. The parts about ‘junk’ DNA is limited, especially as there is Russian Scientist research out there that goes into more detail, but still quite good.

    These sections cover blood specifically (parts 2 and 3):

    http://passionateproject.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/variety-is-spice-of-life-part-2.html

    http://passionateproject.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/the-difference-in-our-blood-and-what-it.html

  2. Julia says:

    dogman, I agree, I think the Rh neg blood is very important in the scheme of things. It signifies an absence of Rhesus (monkey) blood. A pure blood, uncontaminated by monkey breeding.
    As I am Rh -, I follow this quite closely, wanting to know why my own blood group is so important to them. The females are obviously useful for breeding through.
    O – blood is the “universal” blood. They are constantly pumping that into people. More and more people. Having a hospital operation is a part of everyday life these days.
    I have done a few posts on blood. Here is one…
    http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2012/02/26/blood-eugenics/

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