BORN IN 1644.

The Militia of Jesus always considered the conquest of Ireland vital for the return of England to Papal domination. Here is their favorite little Jesuit ditty: "He who would England (and America) win must in Ireland begin!" That small island had an inexhaustible supply of foot soldiers or cannon fodder who were anxious to shorten their time in "Purgatory" by serving the "Church Militant."

All historians date the beginning of the American Revolution to the "shot heard around the world" at Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. In reality, the Revolution began with the birth of "Prince William" on October 14, 1664.

Miraculously, it took General Jackson only 2 hours to undo that 171-year "Jesuit Plot" at the Battle of New Orleans on January 8, 1815.

John Penn (17291795) was the last
royal governor of Pennsylvania.

In 1775, Quaker John Penn, grandson of "Prince William," and great-grandson of Prince Charles, was the royal governor of Pennsylvania.

Incredibly, in the Quaker City, "Colonel" George Washington was appointed "General" Washington, and ordered to drive the Redcoat "rascals" from America!!

Bearing arms and going to war was strictly prohibited by the Quakers (Society of Friends)!


"General" George Washington was appointed
commander-in-chief of the Continental
Army on
June 19, 1775.

During the Seven Years War (1756–1763) Quakers who joined the British Colonial Army to fight the French were excommunicated! Quaker Governor John Penn forgot to order "General" George Washington to leave his sword behind at his plantation in Mount Vernon, Virginia.

The saga of how those 2 Stuart descendants launched the American Revolution in the "City of Brotherly Love" is beyond belief . . . but truth is much stranger than fiction!

King Charles I (1600–1649).
Misruled from 1625 to 1649.

King Charles I ignobly advanced the Thirty Years War (16181648) triggered by his father James I. That deadly conflict devastated Europe and killed millions of Reformed Christians!

By 1640, the "unholy" Roman Empire of the Habsburgs (First Reich) was facing defeat by the Dutch and the rising power of France.

Hanrietta Maria dominated her husband like Jezebel dominated King Ahab. The Militia of Jesus Maryland Plantation was named after her!

Together they ignited the conflagration in Ireland.


Portrait of Queen Henrietta-Maria

In 1649, King Charles I lost his bloody head on the scaffold. Henrietta Maria even poisoned her own son, Henry Stuart, Duke of Gloucester, because he wouldn't convert to Catholicism! King Charles and Henrietta Maria reasoned that a few more thousand deaths in Ireland didn't matter after the millions killed during the bloody Thirty Years War!

Sir Phelim O'Neill, S.J.

On October 23, 1641, the "Church Militant" went on the warpath, led by Militia of Jesus Sir Phelim O'Neill.

That date was the feast day of Jesuit founder Ignatius Loyola.

To shorten their time in "Purgatory," the priests ordered the Catholics to kill all their Reformed Christian neighbors, and purge the "Land of Saint Patrick" of "heretics."

It was a repeat of the dreadful Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre in France!


A woodcut of the Massacre from
Foxe's Book of Martyrs.

The Massacre started in the north of Ireland but soon spread to 3 counties in the South: Clare, Kerry, and Cork. The Papal Irish committed all kinds of dreadful atrocities . . . but mercifully they didn't collect scalps!

Margaret Jasper was the daughter of a wealthy Dutch merchant from Rotterdam named John Jasper. Before the Massacre, the family moved to County Clare, and Margaret married a Dutch émigré named Nicholas Van der Schuren.

Nicholas moved to Ireland to escape the bloody Thirty Years War, only to be murdered by the rampaging Catholics in 1642. After his death "grieving widow" Margaret and her family moved to London!

Margaret Jasper (1610–1682).

In 1642, "grieving widow" Margaret Jasper escaped from the murderous mob and sailed to London with her parents.

She found "refuge" in the home of King Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria.

Their lusty 14-year-old son Charles was more than willing to comfort the "grieving widow," so he commenced fornicating at 14.


portrait of Charles, Prince
of Wales,
circa 1642.

Margaret was the first in a long string of mistresses that the future king had throughout his life! The only talent that he possessed was a keen eye for British beauties!

No portrait exists of the young "Captain"
William Penn who married Margaret Jasper.

With Margaret pregnant by the young Prince of Wales, it was necessary to find a husband for Margaret post haste.

William Penn was a mediocre sailor who was promoted to "captain' just before he married Margaret.

The wedding took place in June 1642, and "Prince William," aka William Penn, was born on October 14, 1644.


A portrait of young Quaker "Prince William" (16441717) age 22.

The couple resided in a small house on Tower Hill, just northeast of the Tower of London, within the jurisdiction known as Tower Liberty. That house belonged to King Charles I:

Strangely enough, the house actually belonged to Charles I and in this house the future founder of Pennsylvania was born on 14th October 1644. (Street, Uncommon Sailer: A Portrait of Admiral Sir William Penn, p. 24).

"Captain" William Penn wasn't even around for the birth of "Prince William:"

According to the ship's journal, the Fellowship set sail from the Royal Navy Yard at Deptford, London at 6 a.m. on October 12, 1644. But other reports have the captain join his ship a month later, after the Fellowship joined the rest of the fleet in Downs, off the Kent coast, where the English fleet had gathered before setting sail. (Murphy, William Penn: A Life. p. 12).

Imagine that 24-year-old "captain" leaving his pretty wife and newborn son just a month after she gave birth to the future founder of Pennsylvania!

Statue of "Puritan" Oliver Cromwell
outside Parliament
holding a BIBLE AND SWORD!


Mediocre sailor William ended up as an admiral by marrying Margaret and adopting the illegitimate son of the Prince of Wales!

He knew "how to succeed at sailing without really trying!"

In 1665, Penn served briefly under "Puritan" Oliver Cromwell in an attempted invasion of the island of Jamaica.

It was an abysmal failure, and upon his return, Penn was briefly imprisoned in the Tower of London.


Stylized portrait of "Admiral"
Sir William Penn, painted in 1666.

Because he was the surrogate father of "Prince William," Penn was soon released and retired to Dublin. In 1658, Penn was knighted by Henry Cromwell at Dublin Castle, but the Protectorate honor passed into oblivion at the Restoration of King Charles II in May 1660. Penn finally went to "Purgatory" in 1670 and Margaret Jasper followed him in 1682.

Incredibly, Dr. George Bate (16081668) was personal physician to King Charles I, Oliver Cromwell, and King Charles II. Without a doubt the royal, or presidential physician is the most important and influential person in the kingdom . . . or republic!

There is only one portrait extant of the adult Quaker "Prince William," and that portrait painter was ordered not to make him look like his real father, King Charles II.

Lusty King Charles II "donated" the colony of Pennsylvania to his son "Prince William"

In 1681, lusty King Charles II "donated" vast lands north of the Militia of Jesus colony of Maryland to Quaker William Penn. The area between Massachusetts and Maryland was originally claimed by the Dutch, so he had no authority to "donate" it to any British subject.

Penn wanted to call the colony New Wales, but the king insisted that it be named "Penn's Woods" after his son. The capital was later named Philadelphia, which means "City of Brotherly Love" in Greek.

King Charles II (16301685).
Misruled from 1660 to 1685.


In 1666, while living in County Cork, "Prince William" was "convinced" to become a Quaker.

That immediately put him in conflict with his surrogate father, "Admiral" William Penn, who ordered him to return to London.

That same year young "Prince William" was briefly imprisoned by his father for refusing to take the Oath of Allegiance!

In 1681, "Prince William" was granted vast lands in the New World, which became the colony of Pennsylvania.



Stylized portrait of Quaker "Prince William," founder of Pennsylvania.

"Prince William" was very good friends with Quaker founder George Fox. Because of their many heretical teachings, such as adding to Holy Scripture, Quakers was banned from entering New Boston harbour. That colony was established as a rival or flanking attack to undermine John Winthrop's "shining city on a hill" (Apocalypse 22:18).

Quaker founder George Fox

George Fox was the founder of the Quakers. As a young man he refused to take the Oath of Allegiance after "discovering" that swearing was prohibited by Christ and the Apostle James (Jacob).

Fox was the 17th century equivalent of a "rock star" and he had a horde of foxy female followers (groupies) who were encouraged to tell the "bare truth" and reveal their "light within."

Swarthmoor Hall in the north of England was Quaker HQ, and Margaret Fell was the "Mother of Quakerism." Widow Fell became Mrs. Fox in 1669 when she married George.


Quaker co-founder Margaret Fell

Unlike Massachusetts, the Quaker colony did not believe in annual elections. The Penn colony was a medieval fiefdom, and elections were unknown until after the American Revolution.

On October 28, 1682, "Prince William" arrived in New Castle, Delaware, to take possession of his fiefdom. He returned to England in 1684. He returned to Pennsylvania in 1699 but left again for England in 1701.

When he returned he found a much different political climate. "Warming Pan Plot" King James II was banished, and swearing allegiance to a Catholic king was a thing of the past.

In 1718, at age 73, "Prince William" died penniless at his home in Berkshire and was buried next to his first wife, Gulielma. By that time the battleground to establish a New Jerusalem had shifted from the Old World to the New!

In 1780, slavery was abolished in Pennsylvania . . . but endorsed by the top secret "Constitution"

Quakers owned slaves in Jamaica, Barbados, and Pennsylvania. It was pressure from the abolitionists in Massachusetts that finally shamed the "Society of Friends" into abolishing slavery in 1780.

The Pennsylvania State House was
renamed Independence Hall.

The top secret Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia in June 1787.

Inscribed on the Liberty Bell were these words: "Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof" (Leviticus 25:10).

Incredibly, the importation of slaves was permitted until 1808, and no mention was made of abolition at any time in the future!

George Washington dominated
top secret Convention.

Slavery was the burning issue in the 13 colonies, but it only received 2 brief mentions in the top secret "Constitution:"

The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the States now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the Congress prior to the Year one thousand eight hundred and eight, but a Tax or duty may be imposed on such Importation, not exceeding ten dollars for each Person (Article I, Section 9).

No Person held to Service or Labour in one State, under the Laws thereof, escaping into another, shall, in Consequence of any Law or Regulation therein, be discharged from such Service or Labour, but shall be delivered up on Claim of the Party to whom such Service or Labour may be due. (Article IV, Section 2).

George was delighted with that clause because he had a female slave named Ona Judge who escaped to New Hampshire. George sent federal marshals after her, but they failed to capture and return her to slavery on his plantation!

George Mason (1725–1792).

When patriotic Americans first read the top secret "Constitution" they were horrified.

They saw immediately that the lack of term limits was an open door for a monarchy!

Virginians George Mason and Patrick Henry took the sting out of the top secret "Constitution" by insisting on a Bill of Rights.


Patrick Henry (1736–1799).
1st & 6th governor of Virginia.

The Battle for the Bill of Rights was intense. It took 9 months for 9 state conventions to rubber stamp the top secret "Constitution," whereas it took 26 months for 10 state legislatures to ratify the Bill of Rights!!

General Andrew Jackson

Leviathan knew that the Bill of Rights would not stop Jacobite bullets!

That is why their armada launched the invasion of New Orleans in December 1814.

General Jackson did more fighting in 2 hours than "General" Washington in 7 years!

General Jackson and his small militia chased
Leviathan back into the sea.

During the Revolution, Leviathan was just shadow boxing or pretending to fight. During the invasion they were deadly serious, as their "Wellington's Invincibles" were considered the best soldiers in the world!

The bodies of over 2,000 of "Wellington's Invincibles" await the Last Trumpet in New Orleans! Unfortunately, the fact that slavery was enshrined in the top secret "Constitution" just postponed the New World Armageddon until 1861.

It's time to move the capital back to the City of Brotherly Love!!

The removal of the capital from Philadelphia to the 10 miles squared Pharaonic Zone was a disaster for the entire world. In the Apocalypse, the number 10 signifies the Beast with 10 horns and 10 toes, while the number 12 is the number of the New Jerusalem:

And had a great and high wall, and had twelve gates, and at the gates twelve angels, and names written thereon, which are the names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel (Apocalypse 21:12).

The Everlasting Son is called the Prince of Peace.

For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulders: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, El Shaddai, The everlasting Son, The Prince of Peace. Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end, upon the throne of David, and upon his kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth even for ever. The zeal of JEHOVAH Sabaoth will perform this (Isaiah 9:6-7).

There would be no place for the Pentagon in the "City of Brotherly Love." Just imagine how peaceful the world would be if the Pentagon was no longer in existence!

Equestrian state of General Jackson
in "Lafayette Square."

The statue of the New Jerusalem David in "Lafayette Square" should be moved to Philadelphia.

Jackson Square was changed to Lafayette Square in 1890, but they were afraid to remove the statue of General Jackson.

The statue of great Civil War hero General William Tecumseh Sherman should also be moved to Philadelphia.

Equestrian statue of General Sherman in
Sherman Plaza, Washington City.

The Lincoln Memorial should be left behind because Lincoln was an Anglophile, and he prolonged the war by almost 2 years by appointing Useless Grant as general of the Union Armies!

The Library of Congress should be moved, but all the other museums, especially the Holohoax Museum, should be left behind.

Finally and most importantly, Philadelphia is mentioned in the last book of the Holy Bible:

And to the angel of the Congregation in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth. I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name. Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee (Apocalypse 3:7-9).

Philadelphia symbolizes the open door Congregation which began on October 31, 1517, when Saint Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg, Germany.

Vital links


Dunbar, Erica Armstrong. Never Caught: The Washingtons' Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge. Atria Books, New York, 2017.

Murphy, Andrew. William Penn: A Life. Oxford University Press, New York, 2019.

Street. Lucie. An Uncommon Sailor: A Portrait of Admiral Sir William Penn. St. Martin's Press, New York, 1988.

Soderlund, Jean R. Quakers and Slavery: A Divided House. Princeton University Press, Princeton, Jew Jersey, 1985.

Treese, Lorett. The Storm Gathering: The Penn Family and the American Revolution. Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, 2002.

Wilson, Derek, All the King's Women: Love, Sex and Politics in the Life of Charles II. Random House Group, London, UK. 1988.

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