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Rulers of Evil

The Rulers of Evil coverbook “Rulers of Evil” by F. Tupper Saussy is an excellent piece of investigative prose. It is an expose of the power of the Jesuits (the Society of Jesus, the dark force that operates within the Roman Church) and how they instigated and fomented rebellions in Europe and America. It describes in detail, especially, how they brought about the American War of Independence from Great Britain and how they were instrumental in writing the Constitution, choosing the flag, the great seal of the United States and how they, through nefarious means, brought about and bring about the Catholicisation of America.

As the title indicates it explains where the power for ruling the world comes from. The rulers of evil are under the authority of God and bear not the sword in vain.

Romans 13:4 For he is the minister of God to you for good. But if you do that which is evil, be afraid; for he bears not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that does evil.

They carry “the mark of Cain” (Genesis 4:15) which symbolises their God-sanctioned but Satan-directed authority in the world to keep in check the evildoers. This is not a role that Christian are authorised to take. This is the key point of the book and the protestant/ evangelical church has been duped and deceived by the workings of the Jesuits, with the ultimate purpose—the long end game—to bring them back to Rome.

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Bible prophecy The Papacy the Reformation worldview

Historical or futurist view of biblical prophecy?

The Roman Church’s reply to the Reformation in the 16th/17th centuries included an answer to the prophetic teachings of the Reformers. The Reformers (Luther, Calvin, Zwingle, Knox, Cranmer, Latimer and others) were involved in the translation of the biblical texts from the source Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek texts into the vernacularof the people in Europe (English, German, etc). This gave them access to the Word of God directly, which up until that point in history was controlled through the Romish Church.2 The very little that the people did receive was corrupted via the Latin Vulgate translation, where many doctrines had been altered from the original such that the Roman Church maintained control over the masses.

The Basilica of Saint Peter - Rome Credit: Tunliweb.no
The Basilica of Saint Peter in the Vatican, Rome Credit: Tunliweb.no

The Church of Rome responded with their Counter-Reformation3 initiated via the Council of Trent.4,5  The Jesuit order was formed by Ignatius Loyola6 as an organised secret network that would infiltrate the Protestant churches, with the objective to bring about the downfall of the Reformation. Most of Northern Europe, with the exception of most of Ireland, came under the influence of the Protestants. Southern Europe remained Roman Catholic, while Central Europe suffered under the Thirty Years’ War, resulting in massive devastation.7