Samuel Morse Sought Proof of U.S. Jesuit Conspiracy Share | jeff posted:6/22/2011 10:20:50 PM (Reply) While doing my research, I found an interesting extract that may come in handy to conspiracy buffs: While involved in apparently endless litigation which necessitated much correspondence, and while the compilation and revision of his "Defense" must have consumed not only days but weeks and months, he yet found time to write a prodigious number of letters and newspaper articles on other subjects, especially on those relating to religion and politics. Although more tolerant as he grew older, he was still bitterly opposed to the methods of the Roman Catholic Church, and to the Jesuits in particular. He, in common with many other prominent men of his day, was fearful lest the Church of Rome, through her emissaries the Jesuits, should gain political ascendancy in this country and overthrow the liberty of the people. He took part in a long and heated newspaper controversy with Bishop Spaulding of Kentucky concerning the authenticity of a saying attributed to Lafayette--"If ever the liberty of the United States is destroyed it will be by Romish priests." It was claimed by the Roman Catholics that this statement of Lafayette's was ingeniously extracted from a sentence in a letter of his to a friend in which he assures this friend that such a fear is groundless. Morse followed the matter up with the patience and keenness of a detective, and proved that no such letter had ever been written by Lafayette, that it was a clumsy forgery, but that he really had made use of the sentiment quoted above, not only to Morse himself, but to others of the greatest credibility who were still living. Source: www.archive.org/stream/samuelfbmorsehis11018gut/11018.txt Question is, in light of the recent Lulzsec backstabbing, how in the world do some conspiracies succeed over thousands of years, while, within weeks, Lulzsec and the community of hackers backstab each other? spiritech0 posted:6/22/2011 10:51:10 PM (Reply)Because the Matrix is faster than the Pony Express? Sign of the times.jeff posted:6/22/2011 10:56:53 PM (Reply)Even if you account for horses, it still doesn't equate :)jeff posted:6/22/2011 11:06:25 PM (Reply)And for the record, I love blaming the vatican for everything. Even the spirits agree.stormmey posted:6/23/2011 10:22:05 AM (Reply)I found a web page yesterday, that was my research on yosemete errupting, and it was doom and gloom and then jeff it lead into an advertisement to the catholic church, they listed that the ufo's will bring forth introducing the anti christ, as if in co-hearts, with them... It was shocking that they admit ufo's, then say they are of anti christ ! godlypunk posted:6/23/2011 11:57:46 AM (Reply)I worry more about the Tea Party now. But yes, the Catholic Church is to blame for many past atrocities and the hiding of secrets. Just look at the Spanish Inquisition....or St. Patrick's Day. There is always some force that tries to gain control whenever a weakness presents itself. The abolishment of Separation of Church and State would accomplish what the church so desperately wants. There was a reason why we left England..but memories of history are short lived it seems. Hitler tried to do it as well when he saw a weakness...luckily it was caught in time for the US. But, if the Catholic Church says they (UFO's) are evil, I'm inclined to think otherwise. Even the bible talks of "God" coming back.....in a pillar of fire perhaps? The word pillar had another meaning you know? Not just the tall structures holding up buildings. That's why we call a pill a pill....it was eliptical. So, maybe God does drive a flying saucer. I think Erik was on to something.caniswalensis posted:6/24/2011 8:11:43 AM (Reply)http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/the-pope/8009299/Pope-Benedict-XVIs-astronomer-the-Catholic-Church-welcomes-aliens.htmljeff posted:6/24/2011 12:11:12 PM (Reply) As long as they're convertible to catholicism, it's all good. Please log in or become a member to add a post.