The death of Francesco II Sforza, the last member of the ruling family of Milan, November 2, 1535
Francesco II Sforza, the last ruling member of the Sforza family in Milan, Italy, died on his 272nd day of his age. *Francesco II Sforza = 272
He died at the start of the 16th Century, one year after the establishment in the Jesuits, August 15, 1534. Notice he died in ’35, on November 2, or 11/2.
Catholic = 35
Holy See = 35
Jesuitism = 35
Europe = 35
Catholicism = 112
-Jesuits operate in 112 countries
My guess is this family’s end was part of the Jesuit takeover, first in Italy, and then the world.
He died 79-days after August 15.
Society of Jesus = 79
Murder = 79
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The Sforza still exist, they are part of the Black Nobility families that rule the world through the Jesuit Order. I know you talk a lot about the Jesuits, but why don’t you ever talk about the Black Nobility families who helped create the Jesuits. Pope Paul III who approved the Jesuits in 1540 was a member of the Farnese family, and the Borgia family helped found the Jesuits also. The third Superior General of the Jesuits was a Borgia. These are some of the families that are behind the Jesuits, and they can be traced all the way back to Babylon and Egypt.