Thursday, December 31, 2015

More Popes Than Ever Before ...

perhaps for some impending satanic ritual ...

Throughout history, the trend has been for Popes to die in office, whether as the 'White' Pope as head of the Roman Catholic Church, and that as commonly known simply as the 'Pope', and for the 'Black' Pope', as the head of the Jesuit Order officially known as the "Superior General'

It has been rare to non existent for a Pope - whether 'White' nor 'Black' to resign and thereafter serve as some sort of Pope emeritas.  Thus the standard practice would be having the 2 Popes in current office, with their predecessors deceased.

That is until 2008, with the resignation and replacement of the Jesuit Superior General Peter Kolvenbach with Adolpho Nicholas.  That is barely mentioned in the U.S. media, indeed with a N.Y. Times article that does not appear in the print edition, and which is only accessible as an independent url and not through the N.Y. Times web-site.

Current and Former Black Popes

With the current Black Pope Nicholas, and the 'emeritus' Black Pope Kolvenbach, plus the then current 'White' Pope Benedict XVI, that would make 3 Popes.

That is until early 2013, with the surprise February 11 announcement of Pope Benedict XIV's retirement, mere hours prior to the Vatican being struck by lightening twice, and the highly rushed proceedings for his replacement, culminating with the March 13 announcement of the selection of Pope Francis S.J. - the 1st Jesuit to become 'White' Pope - therefore making 4 Popes, with 3 - Kolvenbach, Nicholas, and Francis - as Jesuits.

 Current and Former 'White' Popes


Former 'White' and 'Black' Popes

Current 'Black' and 'White' Popes

And then in May 2014, the Jesuit Superior General/'Black' Pope Adolpho Nicholas announces his impending retirement. 
Communication of General Congregation 36

Dear Brothers,

P .C. [Pax Christi]

Several years have passed since my election as Superior General of the Society and I have recently reached the age of 78. Reflecting on the coming years, I have reached the personal conviction that I should take the needed steps towards submitting my resignation to a General Congregation. After obtaining the initial approval of the Assistants ad providentiam and having informed his Holiness Pope Francis, I formally consulted the Assistants ad providentiam and the Provincials, as our law requires (NC 362). The result of the consultation is favorable towards the convening of a General Congregation.

After having discussed the matter with my Council, through this letter I wish to inform the whole Society that, towards the end of this year, I will convoke the 36th General Congregation, to be held during the final months of the year 2016.

Therefore, the meeting of Provincials originally scheduled for January 2015 in Yogyakarta and convoked on 12 March of this year (Circular Letter 2014/03) is canceled.

Let us ask Our Lady of the Way to place the Society with Her Son on this journey of discernment that we now begin.

Fraternally yours in the Lord,

Adolfo Nicolás, S.I.
Superior General

That impending 36th Jesuit Jesuit Convocation to announce Nicholas' replacement in early 2016, would be a mere 8 years after the 35th which had selected Nicholas to replace the as of 2015 still living Kolvenbach.  As such, that would make 5 living Popes.

Notably, accompanying all of this is the pronouncement of Pope Francis S.J. that he expects his Papacy term to be short lived, expecting to die in office via some sort of unusual circumstances.

Once more the 78-year-old Francis seems to be racing against the clock, and many in Rome are speculating that his decision to declare such a momentous event so soon in his papacy, barely two years after his election, is to be sure he gets one in before time runs out, as if he is holding a sort of last hurrah or a farewell ceremony. And there are sad, almost sinister undertones.

“This pope seems to be in a hurry to get as much done as he can, as if he’s got a deadline,” Marco Politi, a Vatican expert, said at a small roundtable discussion on Francis and the length of his papacy last week. “He keeps talking about how his time is short, but it’s not because he’s sick. He has told his friends that he feels it will be an ‘event’ that wipes him out, not a natural end.”

In an interview with the Mexican network Televisa this month on the occasion of his second anniversary as pope, the pontiff repeated the idea that his days are numbered. He said he had a feeling that his reign at the helm of the Roman Catholic Church wouldn’t last too long, echoing previous comments in which he said he had a “vague sensation” that his time was short. “I have the feeling that my pontificate will be brief—four or five years,” he said. “I don’t know, even two or three.”

3 Popes as of 2008; 4 Popes as of 2013; and 5 Popes as of 2016.

And with Francis S.J. predicting his demise within 2 or 3, or 4 or 5 years - by 2018 or as early as 2015 - and with Kolvenbach, Nicholas and Benedict remaining alive, the question remains whether this number of living Popes may rise as high as 5 or 6- depending perhaps, regarding Francis S.J., on the definition of "demise".

Perhaps for some sort of satanic ritual?

After all there are versions of the satanic horned god figure with 5 or 6 points.

Time Magazine Person Of The Year - 2015

"Chancellor of the Free World" -

In Salt Lake City, Utah, Facing the State Capitol- A Luciferian Church?

On an autumn 2015 cross country drive, I took notice of this church structure-
the "White Memorial Chapel " -
facing the Utah State capitol building,
with its interesting choice of a symbol

A 1973 reconstruction of an 1883 Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) Chapel 

White Memorial Chapel

The White Memorial Chapel was first built in 1883, and it was originally located on A Street and 2nd Avenue. It was home to the 18th ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). In 1973, the chapel was carefully disassembled to ensure elements could be reused. In 1976, the chapel was rebuilt on land donated by the Utah State Legislature in celebration of the nation’s 200th birthday, using the chapel’s original steeple, Gothic windows, doors, and benches. The LDS Sunday School program was launched at this location, and it served as the founding location for the first Boy Scout troop in Utah. The building is now a non-denominational chapel used for civic purposes.

The White Chapel is an excellent example of Utah’s early religious architecture. Architect Obed Taylor (who also designed the Assembly Hall at Temple Square) was inspired by Gothic architecture, as demonstrated by the buttresses, tall steeple, Gothic windows, and inclined roof.

The 1980 White Memorial Chapel is a reproduction of an earlier chapel belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The original was constructed in 1883 and stood on the site for ninety years. The reproduction is in the original Gothic revival style and incorporates a number of artifacts from the original chapel: the steeple, cornerstone, leaded glass windows and frames, doors, benches, pulpit, and interior woodwork were all preserved from the 1973 demolition and became part of the new building.

None of the descriptions mention the pentagram.

A one point up pentagram is not necessarily associated with evil,  as generally the case with a two points up pentagram.

Nonetheless its use on a Church structure is somewhat unusual within 'Christiandom'.

But not so much with Mormanism, as can be found with a google or other such internet search of 'morman pentagrams', which show both versions - suggestive of Mormanisn being Luciferian.

The NY Times Propagandizes & CENSORS For Pope Francis

NY Time surrenders credibility for sake of propagandizing for the papacy.

Gushy NY Times propaganda piece for the satanic Petro the Roman (Pope Francis S.J.).
The New York Times practices CENSORSHIP in its comments section.

On April 4, 2015 when the article shows only 2 comments, I leave a comment.  

Upon hitting the submit button my comment simply disappears, without appearing on the page.

My comment, which I did not save for being too trustful of the page - don't make that mistake again - pointed out his hypocrisy  for his focusing upon homosexuality while strongly supporting the state persecution-prosecution of millions of people for "drugs" as Cannabis.

I send a second comment about the dynamics suggested by such a disappearing comment.

The next day I check that article's comment section, by then with 84 comments and the notation that that section was "closed".  How anti free speech.

Almost all of these comments are essentially pro Pope.   The following is the most anti:

Kenneth DaughertyGeorgia
Peter Wehner doesn't realize that Catholics are not Christians. Christians follow Christ. Catholics follow the dictates of Rome.
April 5, 2015 at 9:03 a.m.

Asides from that, there are no true Protestant ones, and none that are anti Francis S.J., such as anything identifying him as 'Petro The Roman' nor the Anti Christ, nor any pointing out his sheer fallacy of his attitude towards homosexuality while supporting the pharmacratic inquisition - drug war.

Nor does my comment appear.

This is clearly censorship.  The New York Times is protecting the Papacy, not only by printing such puff pieces, but by censoring negative comments to create a false image that everyone thinks he is randy dandy.

Such is the mark of an anti liberal, anti human newspaper that serves satan by serving as a liar.

The NY Times ought to be ashamed of itself.  It covered up for the papacy since the early 1900s.  It helped promote the pharmacratic inquisition, including such things as the unjustified scare campiagn against dilute cocaine during the days of that papist political tool Al Smith, while poo pooing the dangers of Tobacco cigarettes.

And now it covers for the Papacy even as it is undergoing some process never seen before in centuries of having numerous Papal resignations - including that by the Superior General of the Jesuit Order, otherwise known as the 'Black Pope' - resulting in all of these living 'emeritus' Popes, with little notice let alone discussion of that.

It makes a mockery of its supposed liberal progressive values by censorship, and is effectively admitting that it places deceit over informing people.

CBS News NY Censorship to Protect Papist 'Judge'

Today I discovered a news article about a traffic court judge - John Marks - in Nassau County New York who supports charging people a $30 court administrative fee when found NOT guilty.
 “The person that caused the ticket to be written should be responsible for the processing,” said Judge John Marks, Traffic and Parking Violations Director for the county.
Nevermind that a finding of "not guilty" would mean that the "person that caused the ticket to be written" would then be the police officer.

I do some research and find that the judge is a Papist- to wit a member of the Knights of Columbus.

He was a member of the St. Martin of Tours Parish Council and is a member of the Catholic Lawyers Guild, a past Deputy Grand Knight in the Knights of Columbus and a 4th Degree Sir Knight.

So I post a comment that  the judge is a "throwback to the inquisition" with the above url and italicized quote.

Minutes later the comment disappears.

I repost it- only to get the message: "Hold on this is waiting to be approved by CBS New York"- nevermind that I did not get such a message when I initially posted the comment.

Charging people $30 for the "crime" of having their tickets dismissed is so far beyond rationality or constitutionality that the citizens must fix it. The realistic way to fix this is to vote out EVERY official in office and replace them with candidates who have integrity, justice, fairness, and a refusal to pilfer the wallets of their constituents as their key attributes. When you have a cancer in Nassau county officials, the same group that was forced to abandon the predatory money grab of the school zone speed cameras, the only way to really fix it is to cut out ALL the cancer and start over.
Officials that treat their constituents with contempt and think it is OK to "spit in their faces" with $30 charges for having tickets dismissed need to lose their jobs and NEVER serve in government jobs again.
James C. Walker, Life Member - National Motorists Association

"The person that caused the ticket to be written should be responsible for the processing,” said Judge John Marks, Traffic and Parking Violations Director for the county."
If the ticket was dismissed, that would be the officer who wrote the ticket.

It's very simple, don't fight city hall, get rid of the lawmakers in city hall that came up with the surcharge. In other words, find out who wrote the surcharge, who voted for the surcharge and approved it and show their ass out the door during the next election. Easy peasy. Tell the new lawmakers to get rid of the surcharge, or they will be following their friends out the doors as well. Quit being sheep and be men!!

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Ignatius Loyola Visions of a Serpent

The founder of the Jesuit Order Inspired by Visions of something with the shape of a serpent!

Religious conversion and religious life

During his period of convalescence in 1521, Ignatius read a series of religious texts on the life of Jesus[13][14] and on the lives of the saints; he became fired with an ambition to lead a life of self-denying labour and to emulate the heroic deeds of Francis of Assisi and other great monastics. He resolved to devote himself to the conversion of non-Christians in the Holy Land. Upon his recovery, he visited the Benedictine monastery, Santa Maria de Montserrat (March 25, 1522), where he hung his military garments before an image of the Virgin. He then traveled on foot[15] to the town of Manresa (Catalonia) and spent several months in a cave nearby [16] where he practiced rigorous asceticism. Ignatius also began experiencing a series of visions in full daylight while in hospital. These repetitive visions appeared as "a form in the air near him and this form gave him much consolation because it was exceedingly beautiful ... it somehow seemed to have the shape of a serpent and had many things that shone like eyes, but were not eyes. He received much delight and consolation from gazing upon this object ... but when the object vanished he became disconsolate".[17] In 1523, he instituted a pilgrimage to the Holy Land on a path of self-denial and sacrifice. He remained there from September 3 to 23 but was not permitted to stay. Twelve years later, standing before the Pope with his companions, he again proposed sending his companions as emissaries to Jerusalem.[18]

Returning to Spain, he and his companions were occupied in the University of Alcalá (the present-day Complutense University of Madrid, not the newer University of Alcalá established in 1977) with the task of making disciples of women called as witnesses by the Inquisition under the direction of magistrate Alonso Mejias. Although the alumbrados [Illuminated; Illuminati; Enlightened Ones] of Spain were linked in their zeal and spirituality to the Franciscan reforms of which Cardinal de Cisneros was a promoter, the administrators of the Inquisition had mounting suspicions. These female disciples, Doña Leo, Doña Maria, and Doña Beatriz, were so zealous that "one fell senseless, another sometimes rolled about on the ground, another had been seen in the grip of convulsions or shuddering and sweating in anguish." This suspicious activity had taken place while Ignatius and his companions were regularly preaching in public. Because of his "street-corner perorations" being identified "with the activities of the alumbrados", Ignatius was naturally singled out for inspection as one of these visionaries; however, he was later released.[19] After these adventurous activities, he studied at the ascetic Collège de Montaigu of the University of Paris, where he remained for over seven years. In later life, he was often called "Master Ignatius", due to his having obtained a master's degree from that university at the age of forty-three.[20]

By 1534 he had gathered six key companions, all of whom he had met as fellow students at the University of Paris[21]Francis Xavier, Alfonso Salmeron, Diego Laynez, and Nicholas Bobadilla, all Spanish; Peter Faber, a Frenchman; and Simão Rodrigues of Portugal. Later, he was joined by Saint Francis Borgia, a member of the House of Borgia, who was the main aide of Emperor Charles V, and other nobles. "On the morning of the 15th of August, 1534, in the chapel of church of Saint Peter, at Montmartre, Loyola and his six companions, of whom only one was a priest, met and took upon themselves the solemn vows of their lifelong work." [20] Ignatius of Loyola was the main creator and first Superior General of the Society of Jesus, a religious organization of the Catholic Church whose members, known as Jesuits, served the Pope as missionaries. He is remembered as a talented spiritual director. He was vigorous in opposing the Protestant Reformation and promoting the following Counter-Reformation. He was beatified and then canonized and received the title of Saint on March 12, 1622. He is the patron saint of the provinces of Gipuzkoa and Biscay as well as the Society of Jesus. Ignatius Loyola wrote Spiritual Exercises, a simple 200-page set of meditations, prayers, and various other mental exercises, from 1522 to 1524. The exercises in the book were designed to be carried out over a period of 28–30 days.

Rome's Pharmacratic Inquisition - Series

Various Continuing Counter Reformation posts about Rome's Pharmacratic Inquisition

Pro-Papist Drug War Pusher William Randolf Hearst

A General Overview:

Vatican Initiates 20th Century Drug War

Vatican Spurs U.S. President Ronald Wilson Reagan's escalation of drug war:
 Vatican Promotes Continuation of Drug War:
So called 'reformist' Pope Francis S.J. Supports drug war:
So called 'Protestants' Support drug war:

 Also- research Vatican Media Tool William Randolph Hearst.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Some of Rome's Tentacles

First, it must be understood that when talking about the Vatican, it is not just located inside Rome, Vatican City, which has its headquarters and facade, but the Catholic Church throughout the global organization and its numerous secret societies and fraternities. Of these, by far the largest and most influential is the Jesuits. Other Vatican exercise of power are important organizations in the forefront of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem ritarikunta, Konstantinolainen Teutonic knights, the Knights of Malta, Opus Dei and the Knights of Columbus, which is America more than a million members. In what other fronts have at their disposal such a massive, well-organized, pervasive and loyal networks?

Jesuit schools founded by "former" CIA man Ray McGovern recent years has been one of the key anti-Israeli propaganda harbingers. His job is to take the attention away from the Jesuits in particular, and with a focus mainly on Israel and the Zionists. Zionists are certainly influence US policy, but they are not the only nor ever the power of the pyramid the highest body. The last word of the US policy is not the Zionists, but the Jesuits.
The meeting received a disturbing turn when witness Ray McGovern, a former intelligence analyst, said that the United States went to war against Iraq because of oil, Israel and the administration of "neocon" coveted military bases, so that "the United States and Israel would be able to manage this part of the world." He said that Israel should not be considered an ally and that Bush did what Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told.
"Israel is not allowed to take up effectively in the political debate," said McGovern. "The last time I did this, then the former Director of the CIA called me anti-Semitic."
Democrats, Congressman James P. Moran Jr., who awakened the debate on this issue by throwing into the air the question, wondering if the real motive for the war in Iraq was a threat to Israel, thanked McGovern for this "sincere answer".
-Washington Post, 17 June 2005

Recently, McGovern line of the mainstream media has continued to second Jesuit schools founded by "former" CIA man Michael Scheuer.

About The "Protestant"/"Evangelical" Daughters of Rome

See: CCR December 14, 2007

It was recently stated in the United States Senate (February 16, 1888), in a debate on the bill for 'national aid in the establishment and temporary support of common schools,' . that a senator had showed to the speaker, who had read it with his own eyes, the original letter of a Jesuit priest. In this letter he begged a member of Congress to oppose the bill and kill it, saying that they had organized all over the country for its destruction, that they had succeeded in the Committee of the House, and that they would destroy the bill inevitably; and it is a fact that the bill, having three times passed the Senate in three different Congresses, each time with a larger vote in its favor, has been repeatedly smothered in the Committee of the House, by those who knew that there was a majority in the House in favor of the bill; and for six years the legislation of Congress has been [thus] arrested. "

The Roman Church largely controls the secular press of the country; and the leading "Protestant" religious papers, such as the New York Evangelist, the Christian at Work, the Christian Union, and the Independent, all pay nattering tribute to the papacy. The Evangelist, of March 29, 1888, acknowledges Cardinal Gibbons as its " only cardinal;" the Independent wishes Pope Leo XIII. "a long reign and Godspeed in his liberalizing policy;" Christian at Work salutes him as "Holy Father," and in the name of " the whole Chris- tian world " glorifies him as "this venerable man whose loyalty to God and zeal for the welfare of humanity are as conspicuous as his freedom from many errors and bigotries of his predecessors is remarkable;" and the Christian Union, January 26, 1888, acknowledges him as " a temporal prince " and "supreme pontiff. " NOTE ii. PAGE 573. "

These movements are apparent under diverse forms and in different ways, but the organization which embodies almost every form, and works in every way to gain its end, is the National Reform Association. It originated in a conference representing "eleven different denominations of Christians from seven of the States of the Union. "

It now has the support of prominent men from "all branches of the church," of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, and the Prohibition party

It proposes to have our national Constitution amended, " in order to constitute a Christian government," "acknowledging Almighty God as the source of all authority and power in civil government, the Lord Jesus Christ as the ruler among the nations, his revealed will as the supreme law of the laud;" and so placing "all Christian laws, institutions, and usages of our government on an undeniable legal basis in the fundamental law of the land." One of its propositions, announced by David Gregg, D. D., pastor Park Street Church,
Boston, is that the State has " the right to command the consciences of men." Another, announced by the Christian Statesman, is that government must "enforce upon all that come among us the laws of Christian morality." Another, announced by the Rev. E. B. Graham, is that ' ' if the opponents of the Bible do not like our government and its Christian features, let them go to some wild, desolate land; and, in the name of the devil, and for the sake of the devil, subdue it, and set up a government of their own on infidel and atheistic ideas, and then, if they can stand it, stay there till they die." Another, announced by Jonathan Edwards, D. D., is that Jews, and all Christians who keep the seventh day, are to be classed as atheists, and " must be treated, as for this [National Reform] question, one party " with atheists, who " cannot dwell together on the same continent " with the National Reform Christianity.

Anybody can see at a glance that the establishment of the National Reform theory of government would be but the establishment of a theocracy. And this is, in fact, what they propose to establish. They say that "a republic thus governed is of Him, through the people, and is as really and truly a theocracy as the government of Israel." A monthly reading of the National W. C. T. U., written by Miss Willard, on God in government, says: "A true theocracy is yet to come, [and] the enthronement of Christ in law and law-makers, hence I pray devoutly, as a Christian patriot, for the ballot in the hands of women." And in her annual address to the National W. C. T. U. Convention, of 1887, Miss Willard said: "The kingdom of Christ ' must enter the realm of law through the gateway of politics. There are enough temperance men in both [the Democratic and Republican parties] to take possession of the government and give us national prohibition in the party of the near future, which is to be the party of God.

We pray Heaven to give them no rest . until they shall . an oath of allegiance to Christ in politics, and march in one great army ' up to the polls to worship God.' .

I firmly believe that the patient, steadfast work of Christian women will so react on politics within the next generation that the party of God will be at the front." Now a man-made theocracy is only a scheme of government which puts man in the place of God. That is precisely the theory upon which the papacy was built, and that is just what the papacy is. The National Reform theory is identical with that of the papacy; therefore the establishment of the National Reform theory in this government will be but the setting up of a living image of the papacy. Advocating, as these parties are, the papal theory, it is not to be wondered at that they are anxious to secure the co-operation of the papacy In carrying their scheme to success. The Christian Statesman is the official organ of the National Reform Association, and in an editorial, December 1 1, 1884, that paper said: "We cordially, gladly, recognize the fact that in the South American republics, and in France and other European countries, the Roman Catholics are the recognized advocates of national Christianity, and stand opposed to all the proposals of secularism. .

Whenever they are willing to co-operate in resisting the progress of political atheism, we will gladly join hands with them. In a World's Conference for the promotion of national Christianity " which ought to be held at no distant day " many countries could be represented only by Roman Catholics. " And in that same paper, August 31, 1881, Rev. Sylvester Scovil said: "This common interest ["of all religious people in the Sabbath " " Sunday] ought both to strengthen our determination to work, and our readiness to co-operate in every way with our Roman Catholic fellow-citizens. We may be subjected to some rebuffs in our first proffers, and the time is not yet come when the Roman Church will consent to strike hands with other churches " as such; but the time has come to make repeated advances, and gladly to accept co-operation in any form in which they may be willing to exhibit it. It is one of the necessities of the situation. The nexus between the two great divisions of Christianity on questions of moral legislation is a thing worthy the consideration of our best minds and our men of largest experience in such affairs." In perfect accord with this is the Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII., 1885, which directs that " all Catholics should do all in their power to cause the constitutions of States, and legislation, to be modeled on the principles of the true church, and all Catholic writers and journalists should never lose sight, for an instant, from the view of the above prescriptions." Therefore as the purpose of the National Reform Association is identical \\ ith that of Rome, it is only to be expected that they should show a readiness to " gladly join hands. " And whenever Protestantism gains control of the civil power, whether with or without the aid of Rome, that will be but to erect an image of the papacy. NOTE 12. PAGE 578." There are still observers of the Bible Sabbath in Abyssinia. Joseph Wolff, in his journal for 1836, giving an. account of his visit to that country, says that "the Sabbath of the Jews, i. e., Saturday, is kept strictly among the Abyssiniaiis in the province of Hamazien."


Monday, December 28, 2015

Episcopalian Who Became A Law Professor At Jesuit Georgetown Sold Out Freedom of Medicine and Diet As A Judge

Episcopalian U.S. Congressman (1909-1914) who resigned to simultaneously become a Judge and a law professor at Jesuit Georgetown University Law School

James Harry Covington (1870-1942) — also known as J. Harry Covington — of Easton, Talbot County, Md.; Washington, D.C. Born in Easton, Talbot County, Md., May 3, 1870. Democrat. Lawyer; Talbot County State's Attorney, 1903-09; U.S. Representative from Maryland 1st District, 1909-14; resigned 1914; delegate to Democratic National Convention from Maryland, 1912 (chair, Committee on Rules and Order of Business; speaker); justice of District of Columbia supreme court, 1914-18. Episcopalian. Member, Kappa Sigma. Died in Washington, D.C., February 4, 1942 (age 71 years, 277 days). Interment at Spring Hill Cemetery. 

Relatives: Son of James Harry Covington (1836-1915) and Emma Virginia (Robinson) Covington (1839-1870); married, April 4, 1899, to Ethel Kate Rose (1879-1976).
See also congressional biography — page — Find-A-Grave memorial COVINGTON, James Harry, (1870 - 1942)

COVINGTON, James Harry, a Representative from Maryland; born in Easton, Talbot County, Md., May 3, 1870; received an academic training in the public schools of Talbot County and the Maryland Military Academy at Oxford; entered the law department of the University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia in 1891, attending at the same time special lectures in history, literature, and economics, and was graduated from that institution in 1894; commenced the practice of law in Easton, Md.; unsuccessful Democratic nominee for the State senate in 1901; State’s attorney for Talbot County 1903-1908; elected as a Democrat to the Sixty-first, Sixty-second, and Sixty-third Congresses and served from March 4, 1909, until his resignation on September 30, 1914, to accept a judicial position; chief justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia from October 1, 1914, to June 1, 1918, when he resigned to practice law in Washington, D.C.; professor of law in Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 1914-1919; appointed by President Wilson as a member of the United States Railroad Commission in January 1918; practiced law in Washington, D.C., where he died on February 4, 1942; interment in Spring Hill Cemetery, Easton, Md.

In 1908, Covington won a Congressional seat as a Democrat, serving in the United States House of Representatives for Maryland’s First Congressional District, which was then composed of nine Eastern Shore counties.

He served in Congress until September, 1914, resigning to accept the position as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. Covington continued to serve as the District’s Supreme Court Chief Justice until 1918, when he resigned and returned to practicing  law, this time  in Washington, D.C. During those years, (1914-1919), he was also a professor of law at Georgetown University. In 1918, President Woodrow Wilson appointed Covington to the United States Railroad Commission.

In January 1, 1919,  J. Harry Covington and Edward B. Burling established the law firm of Covington and Burling in Washington, D.C., and were joined in the new firm by George Rublee, who had been a member of the Federal Trade Commission – also appointed by President Woodrow Wilson.

Appears in 1916-1917 Georgetown director

Chief Justice Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
Lecturer on Common Law Pleadings and Corporations/Associations

Ex Congressman James Harry Covington Upheld Harrison Narcotics Act delegation of regulatory authority to the U.S. Department of Treasury to define what constituted legitimate professional medicine.


This was consistent with the general subversion of freedom of medicine and diet as being promulgated via the American Medical Association.

Covington would resign his positions as judges and law professor to start the law firm Covington & Burling, which is perhaps the largest legal representative of the mass produced food, drugs (pharmaceutical) and Tobacco industries.

Also see:

Monday, December 7, 2015

Jesuitical Episcopal Church

The Church of England, or Anglican Church
essentially goes by a different name in the U.S.A.- the Episcopal Church

"IHS" symbol in St. Mathew's Episcopal Church, Bedford, New York


"IHS" symbol comes down

"IHS" symbol gone

What is the "IHS" doing in an Episcopal (U.S. Anglican - Church of England) Church?

Note the similarities to the frame in the Jesuit Church in Lazio, Rome:

And what does the Bible say about Churches? 

More useful reading:

Friday, December 4, 2015

1897 Church Of England Lies About Coca Wine

just before the first time the Papacy has Angelo Francois Mariani at the Vatican to award him a gold medal as a benefactor of humanity- a papal warning shot?
Jesuitical Church of England Lies About Coca Wine- Confuses Vastly Different Potencies (0.6 mg to 30+mg per fluid ounce) Confusing Vin Mariani (6-7.5 mg) with Cocaine Moonshine (30+mg)

The Church of England Pulpit, and Ecclesiastical Review, Volume 44,+British+Medical+Journal,&hl=en&sa=Xamp;ved=0ahUKEwjMl7ujhLrJAhXLOyYKHa0vBcI4qgEQ6AEITTAJ#v=onepage&q=%E2%80%98The%20Dangers%20of%20Coca%20Wines%E2%80%99%2C%20British%20Medical%20Journal%2C&f=false

Saturday December 25, 1897 p 307

NOTE of warning has just been raised in the pages of the British Medical journal, which should claim the attention not only of the medical profession, but of every Temperance reformer in the country, as it reveals a danger hitherto unsuspected by the majority of us, although the facts show that the matter has already assumed grave proportions. . It appears that during the last few years coca wine has become increasingly popular as a nerve tonic or “pick me-up,” with the result that in innumerable cases its use has led to confirmed alcoholism. As coca-wine is usually made up in a highly palatable form, it is consumed not by invalids and convalescents only. but is largely-most probably chiefly-—taken by men and women who from fancied malaise think that a tonic is necessary, and, worse than all, it is given to growing girls and young children, for whom alcohol in any form should be strictly avoided. When we enquire into the composition of coca wines, we find that no definite formula exists for their preparation, and that of the various kinds now sold, some are made from coca-leaves, some from the liquid extract, and yet another kind from hydrochloride of cocaine, and not from coca at ‘all.

All, however, are equally [!] dangerous, inasmuch as there is always a sufficiently large quantity of alcohol (18 to 29 per cent.) [DW note- Vin Mariani was 16.15 per cent alcohol] to create a craving for drink, or to arouse any dormant inherited tendency to alcoholism, where such exists. The sooner that this misconception as to the true nature of coca-wines and similar preparations is abandoned, the better it will be for all concerned. As this is a social evil affecting the moral well being of our wives and daughters-probably more than our men——no means at our command should be spared to combat it, using not the intemperate and hysterical language of which so many Temperance reformers are guilty even in these fin de siècle days, but by calling in the aid of modern science let us rather teach the rising generation what the now well-proved physiological effects of alcohol are on the human body, and what heredity means in this connection. 
 The February 6, 1897 British Medical Journal ‘The Dangers of Coca Wines’, p 353

There is no doubt that the steadily increasing consumption of coca wine is a subject which calls for comment and investigation.  We find that coca wine and other medicated wines are largely sold to people who are considered, and consider themselves to be totally abstainers.  It is not uncommon to hear the mother of a family say, “I never allow my girls to touch stimulants of any kind, but give them each a glass of coca wine at eleven in the morning, and again at bedtime”. Originally coca wine was made from coca leaves, but is now commonly a solution of the alkaloid in a sweet and unusually strong alcoholic wine.  According to the Board of Trade regulations a wine containing a grain of any salt of cocaine in the ounce may be sold without a wine license; this may be the explanation of the frequency with which we see bottles of “coca champagne” exhibited in the windows of the drug stores.  Not long ago a physician reported that he had experienced considerable inconvenience from taking a glass of standardized coca wine which he had mistaken for an innocuous beverage.  Still more recently we have been furnished with details of the case of a man who thinking to abjure the use of alcoholic stimulants, drank coca wine so freely that he died of delirium tremors.  School mistresses as a rule have a deep rooted belief in the efficacy of the popular drug, and give it to their pupils on the slightest provocation, in complete ignorance of the fact that they are establishing a liking not only for alcohol, but for the far more insidious and pernicious poison cocaine.  The child who is the innocent victim of cocainism is wayward in disposition, is restless and disturbed at night, and is incapable of prolonged application.  The mania for taking narcotic stimulants is widespread, and is a distinct source of danger to the national health.  It is difficult to say at present what steps should be taken, but it is obvious that at no distant date some restrictions will have to be placed on the sale of coca wine and its cogeners.

That there is a distinction in use and abuse, as well as a recognizable difference between a mild wine adapted for the sick, and the promiscuous use of strong drink, cannot be- better shown than through the following extract of a recent letter referring to Vin Mariani:
"The dangers of alcoholism would be avoided if no other stimulant were taken for mental or physical trials than that offered by the generous Vin Mariani.


The full importance of this will be better appreciated when it is recalled that [Gustave] Mesureur is the Director of Hygiene and Public Health in Paris, France, and it was he who approved and signed the radical governmental posters against alcoholism. That his favoring sentiment is accepted by those who have personally familiarized themselves with the merits of Vin Mariani is further shown by liberal commendations from many members of the most conservative of all medical societies—The Academy of Medicine o£ Paris. France—an opinion which is supplemented by a majority of professors of the Faculty of Medicine of France.—Coca Leaf, March, 1904.

April 2, 1847 - August 19, 1925


Vin Mariani was used by the profession fully twenty years before cocaine was known in medicine.  In fact, though this preparation physicians were made familiar with the properties of coca, and this was the original and only available for of employing the remedy.  The popularity of Vin Mariani has led imitators to foster upon the profession artificial substitutes concocted by adding cocaine to wine.  Such base frauds masquerading as coca wine- a title originated by M. Mariani- have done great evil and tend to unjustly cause condemnation of all coca preparations as but false products.

Evils resulting from substitution and imitation of Vin Mariani and the abuse occasioned by these false concoctions, have led to the introduction of State laws restricting the sale of cocaine and of cocaine preparations.  From the first Mariani & Co. have been heartily in accord with such humane legislation, and as manufacturers of the standard and original Coca Wine, urge official analysis of their preparations as testimony of the confidence reposed in them by the medical profession who have long recognized the worth of Vin Mariani, and who continue to prescribe it.  It is but just to emphasize these truths and explain the difference between a true coca wine and base and dangerous impositions fortified by adding free cocaine.

Many physicians and laymen seem to think that coca partakes more or less the nature of cocaine, and that the evil effects of the latter may be produced by the former.  This is altogether incorrect.


The attention of the medical profession is earnestly directed to the various dangerous decoctions masquerading as Coca Wine.  These decoctions are intended as meretricious imitations of the standard French preparation “Vin Mariani”, which has been so widely indorsed by, and whose merits are so well known to, the medical fraternity that it would be superfluous to enter into any lengthy enumeration here of its virtue.

Investigation discloses that these so-called Coca Wines are generally variable solutions of the alkaloid cocaine, in sweetened wine of a low grade (artificial wines).  Quantities of such so-called Coca Wine have been seized by various health authorities and destroyed.  Any physician will realize the danger ensuing from the use of decoctions of such a character.

These spurious and dangerous preparations are having the effect of causing misapprehension and working an indirect injury to a really valuable drug, for the real usefulness and value of Coca, when conscientiously prepared and properly administered, have long since been recognized by the medical fraternity.

Physicians will not encounter disappointment whenever using “Vin Mariani,” the standard French Coca Wine, as an adjuvant in treatment, as a tonic stimulant, and as a restorative in cases of profound depression, aneamia, and exhaustion.  It has stood the test in practice during thirty five years, and during that period has been strongly endorsed as a reliable and standard preparation by many of the most honored names in the medical profession, both in this country and in Europe.

Physicians are, therefore, earnestly urged, when prescribing Coca, to insist that their patients procure “Vin Mariani,” thus avoiding any failure in results, and insuring positively no unpleasant or dangerous after-effects.

There have been placed on file by Mariani & Co. more than eight thousand indorsements from leading practitioners all coinciding as to the merits of “Vin Mariani.”  It can be claimed: “Never has anything less been so highly and justly praised.

1897 Medical Journal review:

Coca Wine and its Dangers served the British Medical Journal as a text last week, but it is difficult to see where the claim of that paper for further restriction to be placed on the sale of such wine comes in. The first argument employed is that, “coca wine” and other medicated wines are largely sold to people who are considered, and consider themselves, total abstainers.” But the term “wine” has a well-defined meaning, and there is no deception practiced in the matter, so if abstainers choose to take stimulants and prefer them in a comparably disagreeable form, why should other people be restricted in their use of medicated wines? Then it is stated, apparently as a grievance, that “originally coca wine was made from coca leaves, but is now commonly a solution of the alkaloid in a sweet and usually strong alcoholic wine,” and “not long ago a physician reported that he has experienced considerable inconvenience from taking a glass of standardized (sic) coca wine which he had mistaken as an innocuous beverage.” Apparently this medical writer assumes that coca wine made from the leaves contains no alcohol, and that the leaves contain no cocaine. This at least is the logical deduction from his arguments. As a matter of fact coca wine is now prepared by both methods, wine containing alcohol being used in every case, and no attempt being made to disguise the fact. Anyone, therefore, who resorts to the use of such preparations does so with his eyes open so far as the presence of alcohol is concerned.  The real danger is in the continued use of cocaine, and the possibly of risk in this direction is intensified by the varying strengths of the coca wines on the market, some containing as much as half a grain (30mg) per ounce, and others containing as little as one-hundredth of a grain (0.6mg) [with Vin Mariani at 6-7 mg]. A preparation of this nature being in active demand, the obvious remedy for the existing state of affairs might be to make coca wine official in the next British Pharmacopia.

1972 Consumer Reports Licit and Illicit Drugs footnote pp 269-270
Dr. Jarome H. Jaffee wrote (1965): "It is reported that two million Peruvians who live in the Andean highlands, or 90 percent of the adult male population, consume cocaine ... in the form of coca leaves.  In view of the fact that many of these highlanders, who have chewed coca leaves for years, abandon the practice  when transferred to a lower altitude, it does not seem appropriate to call this use of cocaine an addiction."

A Brief History of Cocaine by Toxicologist Steven Karch: 
The medical literature of the late 1800s contains dozens of reports describing severe, occasionally lethal, reactions to cocaine anesthesia. But as far as anyone knows, no one ever became ill, let alone addicted, to Vin Mariani, or any other coca-based wine. Vin Mariani contained only a very small amount of cocaine, probably less than 6 mg per ounce, not enough to cause toxicity. When combined with alcohol, however, a 6 to 8 ounce serving would have been more than enough to create feelings of well being. The real secret behind Vin Mariani's success was not even known to Mariani, and was only discovered more than a century later.
In the late 1980s, the number of cocaine-related deaths in Miami, Florida began to explode.  lee Hearn, a toxicologist with the Miami Dade County Medical Examiner office, and Deborah Mash, a neurochemist at the University of Miami, first noted that when the deceased had been drinking alcohol and using cocaine at the same time, a new molecule, somewhat like cocaine, could be detected in their urine.  These observations were confirmed by Peter Jatlow at Yale, and another group of scientists in Barcelona.  It is now clear that cocaethylene has most of the same stimulant properties as cocaine, but that it lasts much longer.  Even though the cocaine content of Mariani's wine was relatively low, mixing the cocaine with alcohol resulted in a much higher effective dose!
Coca-Cola contained even less cocaine than Vin Mariani.  According to a formulation held by the great-grandson of Frank Robinson, one of Coca-Cola's founders, 10 pounds of coca leaf were used to make 36 gallons of syrup.  Coca leaf from South America contains very little cocaine, probably less than 0.5%, and not all of that can be extracted.  Thus Coca-Cola, as originally produced, would have contained about 100 mg of cocaine per gallon (10lb=22.5 kg, 55 x 22.5 kg = 112 mg) or 1.5 mg per ounce, only one-fourth the amount of cocaine found in Vin Mariani. 

Cocaine in the potencies of a coca extract were too low to easily cause toxicity, with Vin Mariani having only 6-7.5 mg per fluid ounce. Cocaine in the potencies of a so called coca wine made with the isolated alkaloid in far higher concentrations as those of 30mg per fluid ounce or higher could conceivably be problematic.

So why did the Church of England lump these vastly different levels of potency together as “equally” dangerous?

As if different potencies were equal!