The Catholic Intelligence Agency by Jim Duke

Jim Duke

Is there a connection between the CIA and the Vatican? Evidence that the name of the CIA can also be dubbed as the “Catholic Intelligence Agency.”


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Written by Jim Duke (https://jimdukeperspective.com/)

Could the Jesuits have started the CIA, or perhaps have at least greatly influenced it?

What I have discovered is YES.

We know from documents that the U.S. CIA was developed under General William “Wild Bill” Donovan. But little know that on a day in July 1944 Donovan was ushered into an ornate chamber in Vatican City for an audience with Pope Pius XII. Donovan bowed his head reverently as the pontiff intoned a ceremonial prayer in Latin and decorated him with the Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Sylvester, the oldest and most prestigious of papal knighthoods. This award has been given to only 100 other men in history, who “by feat of arms, or writings, or outstanding deeds, have spread the Faith, and have safeguarded and championed the Church.”

This high honor given states that such a person is inducted into the “Golden Militia” to receive a knighthood by virtue of the services he rendered to the Catholic hierarchy in World War II, during which he served as chief of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the wartime predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Donovan assisted the Vatican that resulted in his being brought into the secret affairs of the Vatican.

Pope Pius’ decoration of Wild Bill Donovan marked the beginning of a long-standing, intimate relationship between the Vatican and U.S. intelligence that continues to the present day. As the directors are associated with the Jesuits and Knights of Malta, a legendary Vatican order dating back to the Crusades, when the “warrior monks” served as the military arm of the Catholic church.

It is said that the Vatican Intelligence network is more proficient and faster the the CIA. Some believe that the name of the CIA as “Central Intelligence Agency,” can also be doubled as “Catholic Intelligence Agency.”

The Jesuits are seen as a repetitive Order of the Catholic Church, hosting prestigious Universities with great honor. However, deeper investigation reveals that before 1814, the Jesuits had been known as crafty, diabolical, and dangerous. Somehow they were able to erase their dark history. In 1773 they had been forced underground after an edict of Pope Clement pressured by kings for identifying that Jesuits used their influence in Catholic Churches throughout Europe to subdue the nations from within. The Jesuits had mastered spying, espionage, sabotage, and assassination and became a militant force and intelligence not to be reckoned with. Unfortunately, Pope Clement realized after signing the degree to abolish the Jesuits realized he had signed his death warrant. Nine months later he was found dead, his Bowles rotting from the inside, as if poisoned. A master trait of the Jesuits.

The Jesuits were founded in 1534 under Ignatius of Loyola, an associate of the Los Alumbrados, an early Spanish leg of the Illuminati. He slid past the Inquisition (that didn’t have as large an impact as reported, but managed to persecute Christians) to petition the Pope to form a militant Society in which they would replace what the Knights Templar served under the Roman Catholic Church. In essence, they may have in fact secretly revised the Knights Templar under a new identity.

When ex-Jesuit Adam Weishaupt, a professor of Law at Ingolstadt University, founded his Order of the Illuminati on May 1, 1776, some thought it was a continuation of the Jesuits, as many members of the Jesuits had been invited. Although some were suspicious of Weishaupt adopting the tactics of the Jesuits for his new Order. Later many Jesuits returned to operate within the Illuminati cover. However, members of the Illuminati slipped in within the Freemason Order. And this was the merging of the two, that served as a cover for the higher Order within its Order.

In 1814 Pope Pius VII reinstitute the Jesuit Order. The Jesuits continued to use their Catholic front as a means to gain entry into countries. The churches became their secret offices. The confessional created a form in which its priests would have access to the secrets of the most dangerous of criminals and legalized crime lords. And all the while just collecting a database of information to put into its files for leverage and blackmail. They had been working on their tactics of intel for a long time. Now using their influence to send out other agents to do their bidding. And using the Catholic Church as a alibi.

The Jesuits manage to guise themselves as friend to their foes. And even take on the identity of their foes to infiltrate from inside. They had gained rise to heads of denominations of the Christian church. And even host many seminaries, watering down the impact of the gospel to be compatible with the ecumenical world religious movement of the New World Order.

(Source for CIA connection: “The CIA and the Vatican’s Intelligence Apparatus” published under Mother Jones, 1983.

Source for Jesuits and Illuminati connection: John Robison, “Proofs of a Conspiracy,” 1798

Source for infiltration of churches and seminaries: C.H. Spurgeon, sermon #68)