How come the first Jesuits were all Jews?

San Ignacio de Loyola, who founded the Jesuits by approval of Pope Paul III in 1539, came from a “Marrano” family…from every indication. 

In fact, strong and credible confirmation comes from none other than Benjamin Disraeli, an ethnic Jew and the Prime Minister of Great Britain in 1868 and 1874-1876, who wrote in his book “Coningsby” (London, 1844) that “the first Jesuits were Jews”.

Mainstream history books are conspicuously lacking any comment or even acknowledgment of this bizarre situation. Indeed, there could be no explanation for such a gigantic anomaly as that of the original Jesuits being comprised only of Jewish men…other than that they were all Marranos, it seems to me. Why else and how else…would all the first “Catholic” Jesuits have been Jewish??

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