Catholic-Jesuit influence in the removal of the gold standard from U.S. monetary policy, 1933-1974
There is a very Catholic and Jesuit theme with the history of the United States and its recent gold policies, including the removal of the gold standard on June 5, 1933. This is important to consider in light of the current coronavirus scam, which is lead by Catholic institutions, and has very much to do with reshaping the financial world for the benefit of the controllers.
The date June 5 can be written 5/6, like 56.
Notice the gold standard had been in place since 1979, 54-years prior to 1933.
You’ll notice below that the date April 5, 1933, FDR ordered all gold coins, bullion, and certificates greater than $100 to be turned in for money. April 5 can be written 5/4, like 54.
*Read my older work on the 33-day Pope, who went to bed on the Jesuit birthday, September 27, and never woke up again. His pledge was to end the corruption within the Vatican Bank.
*June 5, 1933 was 127-days after FDR’s 51st birthday. As you know, ‘Scottish Rite of Freemasonry’ and ‘Bavarian Illuminati’ sum to 127, the latter of which was formed by the Jesuit Adam Weishaupt on May 1, or 5/1, in 1776. Keep in mind the Jesuits and Scottish Rite Freemasons share mottos and Washington D.C.
April 5, 1933, the date of FDR’s announcement, was 65-days after his birthday, the number of the Knights Templar, who serve the Catholic Church, and who invented banking as we know it.
Continuing with the Catholic theme, the price was set at $35 until 1971.
*Vatican Bank = 35
The date the $35 price was dropped, August 15, 1971, was the Society of Jesus’s formation anniversary. That was the date the gold standard was officially abolished. Keep in mind in alchemy, the sun represents gold, and the Jesuit logo is the sun.
From 1933 to 1971 was 38-years, and it would be the 38th President who would end the ban on gold ownership, August 14, 1974, which was top news on August 15, the three year anniversary of the end of the gold standard.
The name Gerald Ford sums to 54, forwards and backwards.
For one last point, August 14 is the day leaving 139-days left in the year.
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