Venice, England, The Tudors, and Lucifer
The White Rabbit (see my blogroll) recently started discussing the history of the Venetians. In discussing this history he has been relying on the work of Joseph P. Farrell (1) and Webster Tarpley (2). Tarpley has been writing on Venice for a long time and in his work he has addressed the infiltration of the Venetians into England. From Tarpley’s work it appears that the Venetians gained a foothold into England during the reign of Henry the 8th. Here are a few paragraphs from an essay by Tarpley that serves as a good introduction:
Henry VIII was King of England between 1509 and 1547. His accession to the throne coincided with the outbreak of the War of the League of Cambrai, in which most European states, including France, the Holy Roman Empire (Germany), Spain, and the papacy of Pope Julius II della Rovere joined together in a combination that bid fair to annihilate Venice and its oligarchy. The League of Cambrai was the world war that ushered in the modern era. Henry VIII attracted the attention of the Venetian oligarchy when he – alone among the major rulers of Europe – maintained a pro-Venetian position during the crisis years of 1509-1510, just as Venice was on the brink of destruction. Henry VIII was for a time the formal ally of Venice and Pope Julius. The Venetian oligarchy became intrigued with England.
In 1527, when Henry VIII sought to divorce Catherine of Aragon, the Venetian-controlled University of Padua endorsed Henry’s legal arguments. Gasparo Contarini, the dominant political figure of the Venetian oligarchy, sent to the English court a delegation which included his own uncle, Francesco Zorzi. The oligarch and intelligence operative Zorzi, consummately skilled in playing on Henry’s lust and paranoia, became the founder of the powerful Rosicrucian, Hermetic, cabalistic, and Freemasonic tradition in the Tudor court. Later, Henry VIII took the momentous step of breaking with the Roman Papacy to become the new Constantine and founder of the Anglican Church. He did this under the explicit advice of Thomas Cromwell, a Venetian agent who had become his chief adviser. Thomas Cromwell was Henry VIII’s business agent in the confiscation of the former Catholic monasteries and other church property, which were sold off to rising families. Thomas Cromwell thus served as the midwife to many a line of oligarchs.
Under the impact of the War of the League of Cambrai, the Venetian oligarchy realized the futility of attempting a policy of world domination from the tiny base of a city-state among the lagoons of the northern Adriatic. As was first suggested by the present writer in 1981, the Venetian oligarchy (especially its “giovani” faction around Paolo Sarpi) responded by transferring its family fortunes (fondi), philosophical outlook, and political methods into such states as England, France, and the Netherlands. Soon the Venetians decided that England (and Scotland) was the most suitable site for the New Venice, the future center of a new, world-wide Roman Empire based on maritime supremacy. Success of this policy required oligarchical domination and the degradation of the political system by wiping out any Platonic humanist opposition. (3)
As the above essay shows, England would be a perfect place to export the Venetian model to. It was an Island, which make invasion very difficult, it was seafaring, and it had a growing population of Northern Europeans. After reading the works of Tarpley and Farrell, I started thinking about certain things that stuck out to me relating to the Showtime series “The Tudors.” The Tudors was about the reign of Henry the 8th. As the essay of Tarpley points out, it was during the reign of Henry the 8th when the Venetians got a foothold into England. After re-watching the Tudors, after reading the work of Tarpley and Farrell, I realized that something (or someone) else may have been exported to England besides just the Venetian “model?”
In the Tudors you can plainly see the influence of Venice, as Henry the 8th wanted to build the Venetian ship that the Doge of Venice rode in to carry out the annual “marriage of the Sea” ritual. In this ritual the Doge of Venice renewed Venice’s “vows” with the sea (4). During the ceremony the Doge drops a concentrated ring into the sea. The sea was critical to Venice since Venice was a maritime power and depended on oversea trade for its wealth. Henry the 8th intended to have his Wife Jane Seymour ride in the ship to her coronation. Sadly, Queen Jane died in child birth and never got to take this ride. But it was after her death on the Tudors, that I noticed something veeery interesting.
During Season 3 episode 5 of the Tudors we see Henry the 8th mourning the death of his wife Jane Seymour. It was during this episode that we see a new character on the show. This was the character of Will Somers; the king’s fool (5). Through a whole 2 and a half seasons we never see Somers until this episode, and he does not appear again after it. Somers is the only person that King Henry would be around during times of depression and despair. We first see Somers talking to the King and calling King Henry an “idiot” for allowing his last wife to die. Somers appears to be free to say anything to King Henry that would get any other person dead. It was interesting that Somers is depicted on the Tudors as having had quite a philosophical mind. In conversations with Henry he seems to understand the consciousness-centric nature of the universe, as he tells Henry that “all of this is a dream” and that “the only thing that is real is in men’s heads.”
Later while talking about the great palace that Henry is planning, Somers pokes fun at the idea of such a Palace and Henry calls him a “fool.” While they play cards Henry tells Somers not to “play the fool.” Somers says “why not?” Henry continues to talk about the palace that he plans on building. Somers points out that like the Roman ruins or the Colossus of Rhoades that “all things tend towards their ruin, even the great houses and the fools who built them.”
It was with this last line (about the great houses and the fools who build them) that I realized who Somers really was. Will Somers was Lucifer. This character was Will Somers but with Lucifer transposed on him. This happens sometimes with film or literature. A writer will use the role of one character and transpose 2 or more people on the same character. When Somers/Lucifer talked about the “fools” that build great houses, he wasn’t referring to Henry; he was referring to himself. So along with the Venetian “model” that came to England, the “boss” may have come too? It’s no mistake that the Tudor emblem was a stylized pentagram. The war of the roses may have been a fight to see what House would run the new Empire for Lucifer? Lucifer has been building Houses from Babylon, to Rome, to Venice and then on to England as he tries to build is world order. Many people in the alternative research community speculate London as the global administrative center for the so called “New World Order.” If Lucifer is on earth, then it’s very likely that he would act as a father figure or mentor to the most powerful people on earth.
Later in the episode we see Henry and Somers getting drunk and discussing the new articles of faith of the Church of England. They’re discussing the Bible and Somers’ shows great knowledge of the Bible for a person who most likely had little education. Henry starts saying the end of the revised Lord’s Prayer “for thine is the kingdom,” and then Somers takes over and says “the power and glory.” I never knew until much later in my life that this part of the Lord’s Prayer was added to the Bible by Henry the 8th. Was this a reference to his great King Lucifer, the “fool” who created his great House? Perhaps in public Lucifer “played the fool” as Will Sumers but then behind closed doors was the boss? I think it’s more likely that Lucifer would have stayed out-of-sight of the public and only had contacts with the power figures. So the historical Somers was most likely not Lucifer but on the Tudors Lucifer was transposed onto Somers.
The real Will Somers was actually quite younger then Henry the 8th but in the Tudors show he is depicted as much older than Henry the 8th. As written above, on the Tudors he was also quite well read and wise to the world. When Henry starts to cry over the death of his wife Somers holds Henry and tells him that “this too shall pass.” He then gives some motivational words to Henry to get his soldier back out into the field. We then see Lord Cromwell being awakened by Somers by saying “wakey wakey” and Cromwell looked horrified. Later we see Henry talking to his Churchmen and Lords about the articles of faith for the church of England. Henry adds the new part of Lord’s Prayer. After this we see Lord Cromwell and Lord Rich alone talking about the new church articles. As hardcore reformers they lament the fact that Henry isn’t doing enough to smash the Catholic aspects of the church. Cromwell says that the King “has always been a true catholic at heart, except in this one thing, that he would have neither the Pope nor Luther nor any other man set above him.” We then move to the last scene which shows Somers/Lucifer sitting on the King’s throne at night wearing a crown laughing in a demonic manner (see photo at top). Was the “him” Cromwell was referring to Henry the 8th, or was it Somers/Lucifer?
Movie producers and writers are the great magicians and alchemists of our time (6). They have the ability and means to affect the consciousness’s of people in great numbers. In my review of HBO’s Deadwood (7), I have shown that TV shows and movies are used for the dissemination of esoteric information. People like David Milch (creator of Deadwood) and Michael Hirst (creator of the Tudors) are extremely knowledgeable and like many movie producers tend to have some sort of inside knowledge on the workings of the world. They write shows in multilayers. Shows like the Tudors or Deadwood contain secret information that can only be seen by people who have the “eyes” to see it. I watched the Tudors two years ago but after obtaining new information it made the Tudors mean something different. I observed the Tudors, rotated away from it, and upon rotating back was able to take away more from it based on the information I observed during my time away from it. On the DVD sleeve of The Tudors set there’s a horned figure on the stained glass window over Henry’s right shoulder (see directly below). This person was most likely Moses, but regardless it is interesting that it was used in this image.
The dissolution of monasteries and the massacres that occurred afterwards on loyal Catholics makes more sense in light of the Venetian connection. If England was going to be a world empire it couldn’t have the Catholic Church operating with such power in its realm. The monasteries were the backbone of the church. For this reason they had to be smashed. For the average person living in England the Abbey’s and monasteries were everything. Life was organized around activities at these sites. The Abbeys provided alms to the poor, educational institutions, and hospitals. They fixed bridges, sea walls, and tilled crops. People celebrated feasts for Saints and the monasteries were directly involved. When someone couldn’t afford their children they could give them to the monasteries that would bring them up. The beauty and wealth of these institutions was immense. All of it was destroyed and the wealth transferred to the king and his loyal lords. The mass killings of Catholics after the “Pilgrimage of Grace” may have been a requirement by Lucifer for Henry. Lucifer may require a certain amount of blood to be spilled to keep in his good graces. It shows him that his agents will do his will and the mass death itself may bring Lucifer some sort of personal satisfaction.
The Venetian model also requires obedience to the state. By destroying the Abbeys people would have to rely on the state for social welfare. Henry the 8th also outlawed the majority of feast days of the year. The Tudors show depicted Cromwell complaining about the feast days as a waste of revenue. He said that the people should be working in the fields. This is a perfect example of how the Oligarchical mind thinks. They would prefer people working over praying or spending time with their families. It’s no mistake that the Protestant ethic says that hard work, frugality and diligence are evidence of grace. It’s also no mistake that some people think Martin Luther was a Venetian agent (8).The rise of the Protestant Reformation saw years of war between Catholics and Protestants in which the Venetian banksers funded both sides.
I really must suggest watching the Tudors, or at least episode 5 of season 3 to see this Will Somers character. If you’re new to my blog, I also suggest reading about the character of Lucifer which can be found at this link: https://systemssymbols.wordpress.com/2013/10/26/satanluciferthe-devil/.
It’s important that the reader understand that when I discuss Lucifer, that I believe him to be an actual corporeal extraterrestrial being who heads the powers of earth, and not the traditional evil spirit Lucifer of Christian or Jewish theology. There is clearly something not human at the head of the Anglo-American-Judeo-Illuminati-Globalist-Elite (9). It could be that the creator of the Tudors was showing us who this is?