Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Wlodimir Ledochowski Great Roman General 5

Wlodimir Ledochowski Amber Path Great Roman General 5
Secreted Agendas Within Agendas- Marked By Deaths and Successions Via Poisonings

Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, who met Father Ledochowski in 1930, wrote later that "everyone in Rome I was told that Father Ledochowski would rank as one of the two or three greatest heads of the Jesuit Order," an estimate which would group him with such men as Ignatius Loyola, the first [Jesuit] general, Francisco Borgia, the third, and [Claudius] Aquaviva, the fifth.

It was during the twenty-seven year Generalate of Father Wlodzimierz Ledochowski (1915-1942) that the traditional character of the Society received the firmest stamp and clearest definition since the Generalate of Claudio Acquaviva in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

One might even say that Ledochowski insisted on fidelity to the structure of Jesuit obedience, was an almost merciless disciplinarian, and maintained a stream of instructions flowing out to the whole Society about every detail of Jesuit life and Ignatian ideals.

He know exactly what Jesuits should be according to the Society’s Constitutions and traditions; and under strong hands of two quite authoritarian Popes, Pius XI and Pius XII, he reestablished the close ties that had once linked papacy and Jesuit Generalate.

Ledochowski, in fact, gave renewed meaning to that old Roman nickname of the Jesuit Father General, “the Black Pope".

Just as Pius XII can be described as the last of the great Roman Popes, so Ledochowski can be called the last of the great Roman Generals of the Jesuits.
There seemed, indeed, during those years of Ledochowski, Pius XI, and Pius XII, no real limit to what both Jesuitism and overall Roman Catholicism could achieve. Even – especially, we should say – in the afterglow of Ledochowski’s long reign and into the Generalate of his successor, Belgian Jean-Baptise Janssens, the magic power of the momentum seemed to continue.
The idea of the Jesuit Order having secreted agendas -- that is, an agenda concealed within another -- is something that glares out with the time lines of the deaths of Popes and Black Popes under circumstances suggestive that they were poisoned- particularly throughout the time of 26th Superior General Wlodimir Ledochowski.

Franz Wern, 25th Jesuit Superior General,


died August 19, 1914

Ledochowski becomes elected Superior General February 11, 1915, after the late night August 19, 1914 death of his predecessor Franz Wernz, a German.

Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto (Pope Pius X),

Italian, part Polish,

died August 20, 1914

Notably Wernz death occurred a statistically unlikely mere hours before that of the Pope himself, Pius X, on early morning August 20, 1914!

Pius X is succeeded by Giacomo della Chiesa (Pope Benedict XV), who serves from September 3, 1914 - January 22, 1922. He is in turn succeeded by Ambrogio Damiano Achille Ratti (Pope Pius XI), who serves from February 6, 1922 - February 10, 1939. The next Pope is Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli (Pope Pius XII) who serves March 2, 1939 - October 9, 1958

Wlodimir Ledochowski was dead by 3 weeks and 2 days after the November 19, 1942 start of the Soviet counter offense at the Battle of Stalingrad marking the turn of World War 2 against Germany, with reports of gastro intestinal problems within his premature obituaries in The New York Times mere days before his finally reported death date of December 13, 1942, establishing a plausible scenario of him being poisoned by pro-3rd Reich figures who figured out Ledochowski’s betrayal setting up Germany to loose the war.

Wlodimir Ledochowski Amber Path Great Roman General 4
A Functioning Yet Obscured Counter Reformation War

Destroying Prussia through many others via religious war

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