Cecil Rhodes had a 'Vision'

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

In an attempt to tie together Napoleon and others including Hitler, I offer these thoughts from http://cecilrhodes.net and an author named Vincent Leroux.

“This idea came to him atrepparttar age of 24 withrepparttar 144180 force of a religious revelation. What is interesting is that it struck him inrepparttar 144181 hours immediately following his initiation intorepparttar 144182 Masonic Order while at Oxford University.

Although Rhodes was slightly contemptuous ofrepparttar 144183 organisation he had just joined - `I wonder that a large body of men can devote themselves to what at times appearrepparttar 144184 most ridiculous and absurd rites without an object and without an end' -repparttar 144185 fact remains that whateverrepparttar 144186 Masonic induction he had gone through, it would appear to have triggered something of an epiphany inrepparttar 144187 young student.

Onrepparttar 144188 evening afterrepparttar 144189 ceremony, Rhodes sat pondering what had happened that day. Then, as he puts it,repparttar 144190 'idea gleaming and dancing before one's eyes like a will-of-the-wisp at last frames itself into a plan'. He proceeded to pen his `Confession of Faith' in which he outlined his ambition: to establish a secret society whose objective would berepparttar 144191 furtherance ofrepparttar 144192 British Empire andrepparttar 144193 uniting ofrepparttar 144194 entire Anglo-Saxon race, including America, into one single empire.

From that day, June 2, 1877, Rhodes was a man with a mission, with his `Confession of Faith' his guiding star and inspiration. When he had grown to trust anybody, he would confidentially reveal his 'idea' to him and expectrepparttar 144195 man's life to be changed immediately.

Historians and biographers have criticised his naivety, butrepparttar 144196 fact remains that when Rhodes did reveal his 'idea' to others, it often hadrepparttar 144197 same effect, resulting in them devoting themselves from then on to helping him achieve his lofty aims. There was an event in Rhodes' life, soon after his `illumination' at Oxford {Site of a Druidic pheryllt or alchemical school inrepparttar 144198 time before Rome. Therefore it is on an important part ofrepparttar 144199 Earth Energy Grid.} that is hardly mentioned by his biographers, but which may well provide a key to how Rhodes acquiredrepparttar 144200 personal magnetism and power that he displayed from then on.

Three months after his Masonic induction at Oxford, Rhodes was back atrepparttar 144201 diamond diggings of Kimberley, in South Africa. One night, while staying in his bachelor quarters, a very strange thing happened. `His friends', according to his biographer Sir Lewis Michell, `found him in his room, blue with fright, his door barricaded with a chest of drawers and other furniture; he insisted that he had seen a ghost.' Immediately after this pivotal crisis, Rhodes had his previously penned `Confession of Faith' (which also contained his last will and testament) legally formalised by a Kimberley attorney. From then on, his star was inrepparttar 144202 ascendant.

What exactly happened to him alone in his room that night? No one will ever know, except that exactlyrepparttar 144203 same thing happened to another man, inrepparttar 144204 following century, who also went on to become one ofrepparttar 144205 most powerful menrepparttar 144206 world has ever known - Adolf Hitler.

In his book, ‘Hitler Speaks', published in 1939, Hermann Rauschning writes of an event that took place atrepparttar 144207 beginning ofrepparttar 144208 1930's prior to Hitler's seizure of power and his ascent to fame and infamy. Says Rauschning: `My informant described to me in full detail a remarkable scene - I should not have creditedrepparttar 144209 story if it had not come from such a source. Hitler stood swaying in his room, looking wildly about him. `He! He! He's been here!' He gasped. His lips were blue. Sweat streamed down his face. Suddenly he began to reel off figures, and odd words and broken phrases, entirely devoid of sense. It sounded horrible. He used strangely composed and entirely un-German word formations. Then he stood quite still, only his lips moving.... gradually he grew calm. After that he lay asleep for many hours.'

Count Rumford - VIP Spy

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Why did FDR say Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Count Rumford wererepparttar three most important Americans? (1) Why didrepparttar 144162 Holy Roman Empire andrepparttar 144163 Hapsburgs make Benjamin Thompson a nobleman? James Bond had nothing on this man of mystery.

FDR lauds their intellect and does not say why they were truly all that important. He is part ofrepparttar 144164 same ‘octopus’ but at a lower level or ‘front’ for political purposes. Jefferson was a politician as was Franklin too, but that is not why they are so important. Ben Franklin might have been an agent or double agent forrepparttar 144165 plutocrats and oligarchs who were playing both sides ofrepparttar 144166 freedom fence while expanding their power. He was a member ofrepparttar 144167 Rosicrucian Council of Three along with Paine. Jefferson was a Newtonian alchemist or scientist who was selected and trained very early in life as part ofrepparttar 144168 Merovingian genetic program and he went on to do a lot of miscegenating himself. Clearly none of this will be laid before you in any exam to pass your citizenship tests. But Rumford was given a Royal title byrepparttar 144169 Hapsburg or Holy Roman Emperors and worked withrepparttar 144170 British Royals they are part of a Holy Alliance (see Treaty of Verona etc.). Here is a little dribble about him that also makes mention of ancient electricity even though it does not detail Numa’s machines which are inrepparttar 144171 British Museum.

“Two thousand years ago, a number of Greek and Roman philosophers (notably Thales of Miletus and Pliny who was killed while trying to studyrepparttar 144172 eruption of Vesuvius ofrepparttar 144173 year 79 when Pompeii and Herculaneum were buried beneathrepparttar 144174 ashes) had noticedrepparttar 144175 strange antics of bits of straw and of feather which were held near a piece of amber which was being rubbed with a bit of wool. The schoolmen ofrepparttar 144176 Middle Ages had not been interested in this mysterious ``electric'' power. But immediately afterrepparttar 144177 Renaissance, William Gilbert,repparttar 144178 private physician of Queen Elizabeth, wrote his famous treatise onrepparttar 144179 character and behaviour of Magnets. Duringrepparttar 144180 Thirty Years War Otto von Guericke,repparttar 144181 burgomaster of Magdeburg andrepparttar 144182 inventor ofrepparttar 144183 air-pump, constructedrepparttar 144184 first electrical machine. Duringrepparttar 144185 next century a large number of scientists devoted themselves torepparttar 144186 study of electricity. Not less than three professors inventedrepparttar 144187 famous Leyden Jar inrepparttar 144188 year 1795. Atrepparttar 144189 same time, Benjamin Franklin,repparttar 144190 most universal genius of America next to Benjamin Thomson (who after his flight from New Hampshire on account of his pro-British sympathies became known as Count Rumford) was devoting his attention to this subject. He discovered that lightning andrepparttar 144191 electric spark were manifestations ofrepparttar 144192 same electric power and continued his electric studies untilrepparttar 144193 end of his busy and useful life. Then came Volta with his famous ‘electric pile' and Galvani and Day andrepparttar 144194 Danish professor Hans Christian Oersted and Ampere and Arago and Faraday, all of them diligent searchers afterrepparttar 144195 true nature ofrepparttar 144196 electric forces.” (2)

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