This expose will make all previous histories of the American Revolution obsolete . . . or gone with the wind!

The Apocalypse presents a panoramic view of the history of the world down to the end of time. The symbolic visions are presented in chronological order, beginning with Emperor Jesus Constantine in Chapter 6. In Chapter 10, Christ returns to earth symbolically in the person of Saint Martin Luther. The pen of the Reformer gave a mighty spiritual blow to Babylon on the Tiber.

In May 1527, Emperor Charles V gave a mighty physical blow to Babylon when his troops sacked Roma and plundered the city for an entire month. That was the first fall of Babylon predicted in Apocalypse 18:2....After that the scene shifts to the West and the New World.

In Chapter 13 of the Apocalypse, Saint John saw a sea monster emerging from the abyss: :

And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority (Apocalypse 13:1-2).

The wily fox James Stuart (bastard son of Mary Queen of Scots and David Rizzio), bribed the captain of the Mayflower to dump the Pilgrims in the worst possible location because he didn't want the expense of keeping them in jail in Britain!

King James I (1567
Misruled from 1603 to 1625.

King James I was bitterly disappointed when the Pilgrim Fathers survived in the New World wilderness!

In 1622, he issued a charter to George Calvert to found a colony in Newfoundland called Avalon.

That colony was founded to spy on the Pilgrims and arm the natives to exterminate them!

The winters were too severe for the colonists, so they abandoned the doomed project after just 2 years.


George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore

George Calvert, 1st Baron Baltimore, was an Irish peer who tried to set up a colony in Newfoundland. That colony was a failure, so King Charles I issued a new chanter for a plantation in the Chesapeake area of Virginia. King James I had already "donated" that location to the Virginia Company.

George Calvert went to "Purgatory" before the plantation was established in 1634.

Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore

The plantation was named Maryland after Henrietta Maria—the wife of King Charles I.

George Calvert went to "Purgatory" in 1632, so his son Cecil inherited the plantation.

Cecil married Anne Arundel in 1628, and the couple had 9 children for the Catholic Calvert dynasty!

Even though neither of them ever set foot in the plantation, Annapolis was named after Anne.



Anne Arundel Calvert

In the Book of Daniel Chapter 7, the Prophet saw 4 terrifying beasts emerging from the sea. The first was like a lion, followed by a bear, and then a leopard. The nondescript 4th beast was unlike anything he had ever seen in the zoo in Babylon.

The Apocalypse is a continuation of the Book of Daniel. Saint John specifically noticed 3 wild animals associated with the beast from the sea: LEOPARD, BEAR, and LION, None of those beasts are indigenous to Britain, but bear baiting was a very popular blood sport from the 12th to the 19th century.

Bear baiting was a popular blood sport
in Elizabethan England.

King Richard the Babylonian Lyingheart adopted the lion as the symbol of Britannia.

Bear baiting was a very popular British sport from the 12th to the 19th century.

Bear baiting was just one of the blood sports that the Queen Elizabeth double enjoyed!!

The Calvert coat-of-arms featured 2 leopards—the true symbol of Britannia!


The coat-of-arms issued to
Cecil Calvert in London.

In the Book of Daniel the leopard symbolized Alexander the Great who set out with a small army to conquer the entire world. Everyone knows that the British lion has been fighting the Russian Bear since the days of the Elizabeth double. The leopard cannot change his spots (Jeremiah 13:23) and the British Empire cannot cease from acting beastly toward the entire world!

Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore

None of the Calverts spent a lot of time in their plantation because they were content to leave the government in the hands of the Militia of Jesus.

The warming pan plot triggered the Glorious Revolution of 1688,

That Revolution had a profound impact on the 12 colonies because King James II wanted to abolish their charters and model them after the Maryland plantation, with Catholicism brutally enforced by the "Holy Office."



Charles Calvert, 5th Baron Baltimore

Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore, and the 5th Baron, were the nominal rulers of the Maryland fiefdom during the momentous years following the Glorious Revolution.

Their plantation charter was abolished by William and Mary in 1698, but restored by King George I in 1715. It was a precursor to the death and resurrection of the Militia of Jesus.

Charles the Schemer was the founder of the Carroll dynasty in Maryland

In July 1688, King James II appointed Charles the Schemer as attorney general of Maryland. He arrived in the plantation in October. On November 5th the king fled to France with Queen Mary Beatrice and the warming pan baby. The English Civil War did not end with the death of Oliver Cromwell.

Charles Carroll the Schemer

Irish peer Charles the Schemer was as determined to be a property owner as Judah Iscariot in Old Jerusalem.

In 1689, he married a wealthy widow named Martha Ridgely Underwood.

Martha went to "Purgatory" in 1690, and then he married a 15-year-old named Mary Darnall.

The 2 marriages made him the richest man in the Maryland plantation!


Mary Durnall Calvert

The Schemer had 10 children with Mary, but 5 died within a year of their birth. 3 boys and 2 girls survived. The Schemer sent his eldest boy Henry to London to study with the British Jesuits, but he went to "Purgatory" on the voyage back to the plantation in 1719.

Charles Carroll of Annapolis

The Schemer's first son Henry died on the way back to the plantation in 1719.

Charles Carroll of Annapolis had a bastard son named Charles Carroll of Carrollton,

He inherited all of his father's slaves and he was the financier of the American Revolution.


Charles Carroll of Carrollton

Charles Carroll of Carrollton was born the same year that George Washington arrived in Virginia....At aged 15 his father sent him to the Jesuit seminary in Liége, Belgium, to begin his very long indoctrination for the Jesuit priesthood.

The vast Carroll fortune came from tobacco harvested by thousands of slaves!!

King James I actually wrote a treatise entitled A Counterblaste To Tobacco, in which he condemned smoking the weed.

The tobacco craze was the counterpart to the opium addiction in China. The British East India Company had almost the entire population hooked on heroin. That deadly drug was outlawed in Britain . . . but not tobacco smoking!

Tobacco was first grown in the Virginia colony, but then it was discovered that the Chesapeake area of Maryland was ideal for growing the weed.

Slaves harvesting tobacco on
the Maryland plantation.

After tobacco was introduced into Europe, millions were hooked on the weed. It was the counterpart to the opium addiction in China.

Harvesting the weed was very labor-intensive so slaves began arriving in Maryland in 1642.

The Carrolls were the largest slave owners, and their fabulous profits were deposited in the Bank of England.

Tobacco was packed into huge barrels called hogsheads and shipped to London.

The Bank of England financed the distribution and sale of the weed throughout Europe. It was a financial windfall, and the source of the leopard's funding for the Seven Years' War and the American Revolution.

If only a true history of the Bank of England was written people would be shocked at the leopard's double-dealing!

The marriage of the Calvert and Washington fortunes occurred in 1774

George Washington was not heir conditioned and that fact changed the course of New World history. He married widow Martha in 1758, and she had 4 children with her former husband, Daniel Parke Custis.

Bust of "Saint George " Washington


Martha—spouse of George—was the widow of Daniel Parke Custis, and the mother of 4 children.

George had no children with Martha, and that changed the course of New World history because he could not be a king and found a Washington dynasty.

That financial marriage made George the richest man in the 12 colonies.



Martha Washington

The Calverts and Carrolls were the richest families in Maryland. They were always screaming about religious discrimination, but that did not stop them from amassing their huge fortune. Obviously, they never considered that their slaves were suffering discrimination by working for nothing!

John Parke Custis

Washington was a rich plantation owner with over 300 slaves!

The marriage of his stepson "Jacky" with the Calverts in 1774 combined the Calvert and Washington fortunes.

"Jacky" acted as a go-between in negotiations with the British Army during the war.


Eleanor Calvert Custis

Martha Washington had an account at the Bank of England, and she received usury checks every month during the Revolution! The bank kept a record of those payments, but there is no record of her husband's vast fortune safely deposited in the Bank.

A "smoking gun" connects the Bank of England with the Revolution!

Slaves can be forced to work for nothing, but even ardent "patriots" expect to be paid....The most fanatical Boche and Nazis did not fight for Kaiser and Führer for free!

John Carroll, S.J. (1735

John Carroll, S.J. was the "spiritual advisor" to his cousin Charles. His fellow Jesuits also owned thousands of slaves!

All of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were closet Catholics, with the sole exception of Charles Carroll.

His fabulous wealth in the Bank of England came from tobacco harvested by over 1,000 enslaved blacks.

Naturally, "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" did not apply to any of the slaves!


Statue of Charles Carroll in
the Capitol, with pen in hand.

The American Revolution did indeed cost a colossal sum:

Money speaks with a might voice in all revolutionary movements. The entry of Charles Carroll of Carrollton brought great prestige to the Continental Congress, buoying the American heart and dismaying the enemies of American rights. In his book containing the Carroll-Dulany letters, published by the State of Maryland in 1902, Elihu S. Riley informs us that at the beginning of the Revolution Carroll "was worth $20,000,000," a colossal sum in those days. He was the richest man in the colonies. (Gurn, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, p. 83).

In today's dollars that would amount to the titanic sum of $375,000,000, or £269,884,478. There were no banks in the colonies so that fabulous fortune was deposited in the Bank of England.

Maryland bore the brunt of the fighting and the expenses. After the Revolution the legislature sent Samuel Chase to London to negotiate with the Bank of England for the release of funds that had been frozen during the Revolution:

Prior to the war, Maryland had invested the sum of twenty-seven thousand pounds sterling in the stock of the Bank of England. During the Revolution, the legislature had drawn bills of credit upon the trustees for the amounts of the dividends which had been uniformly protested. They now appointed an agent, Samuel Chase, to proceed to England and recover the amount of the accumulated dividends and to sell the stock, for the purpose of honestly meeting their liabilities as speedily as possible. Difficulties and disputes arose, and a considerable period elapsed before success crowned the efforts of the agent. (McSherry, History of Maryland, p. 397).

Samuel Chase was another arch intriguer and a signer of the Declaration of Independence!

The newborn Republic was supposed to be temporary until the leopard returned!

If George Washington was heir conditioned he would have been crowned king right after the "pretended surrender" of Lord Cornwallis. Instead of a "tyrant" 3000 miles away, the "patriots" would have to deal with a Catholic tyrant right in their midst.

The leopard returned with a vengeance in 1814 and burned the White House to the ground. Then the beast attempted to devour Baltimore. The land invasion failed and the Star-Spangled Banner was written during the siege of Fort McHenry which protected the seaward entrance to the city.

That invasion was just a feint as the leopard's real destination was New Orleans.

Edward James "Stuart" was the proposed
king for the new "Holy Roman" Empire
States of America!

In 1815, there was a 29-year-old "Stuart" Pretender ready to take the throne.

He would have been crowned king in Annapolis or New York City.

The miraculous victory of the American eagle over the British leopard changed the course of world history!

General Jackson and his militia chased
the leopard back into the sea.

Battles do change the course of world history. The Battle of Gettysburg changed the course of world history. The great victory of the Marines at Belleau Wood changed the course of world history. The great victory of the Russians at Stalingrad changed the course of world history.

Charles Carroll was bitterly disappointed by General Jackson's great victory at New Orleans:

Six months before Waterloo the war between Britain and the United States was terminated by the Treaty of Ghent, signed on December 24, 1814. This instrument, signed in Belgium, was sealed as it were, at New Orleans on January 8, 1815, by General Jackson's momentous victory. A new and glorious era for the United States had now begun. But Charles Carroll could not get rid of his pessimism. "I say nothing of politics," he declared in the fall of 1816. "Indeed I hate to think of them," for in viewing the general complexion and temper of these United States I see nothing to console but much to alarm me for the present and future welfare of my country." (Gurn, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, p. 212).

He had good reason to be pessimistic because all of his carefully laid plans were gone with the wind!

13 men entered the Upper Room for the Last Supper in Old Jerusalem!

The Messiah and his 12 disciples entered the Upper Room for a farewell supper the day before the Passover. Passover fell on a Wednesday of that year, or the Third of the Sabbaths in the Hebrew 7-day week.

And the disciples did as Joshua had directed them; and they prepared the Passover. Now when the evening was come, he sat down with the twelve. And as they did eat, he said, "verily I say unto you, that one of you shall betray me" (Saint Matthew 26:23-24).

It wasn't the looming crucifixion that upset the Messiah as much as the fact that there was a traitor in their midst. Judah Iscariot was the treasurer, and extremely stealthy, as none of the disciples ever suspected him of treason!

The traditional site of the Upper
in Old Jerusalem.

The Popes teach that Christ instituted the mass at the Last Supper when he changed bread and wine into his literal body and blood (transubstantiation).

They miss the point completely because the entire focus is on the traitor Judah Iscariot at the table, not the bread and wine on the table!

Millions of Christians ave been martyred for refusing to believe in the supersubstantial bread (Saint Matthew 6:11, Latin Vulgate Version).


The Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci.

The Messiah called Judah Iscariot the Son of Perdition:

While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition (Gk. apoleia) that the Scripture might be fulfilled (Saint John 17:12).

The English word PERDITION is derived from the Greek name Apollyon, who is the Angel of the Bottomless Pit (Apocalypse 9:11).

When "Moneybags" Judah Iscariot left only 12 men remained in the Upper Room....Saint Paul calls the Antichrist the Son of Perdition:

Let no one deceive you by any means; for that day will not come unless the apostasy (Gk. apostacia) comes first, and the Man of Sin is reveled, the Son of Perdition, who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called Elohim, or that is worshiped, so that he sits as Elohim in the temple of Elohim, showing himself that he is Elohim (II Thessalonians 2:3).

All the Reformers applied that Scripture to the Papal dynasty. The teaching that a future "Antichrist" will sit in a rebuilt temple in Old Jerusalem is a Militia of Jesus smokescreen . . . and pure fantasy!

Saint Paul told the Christians distinctly that they were the Temple of Elohim:

Do ye not know that ye are the temple of Elohim and that  the Spirit of Elohim dwells in you?  If anyone defiles the temple of Elohim, Elohim will destroy him. For the temple of Elohim is holy, which temple ye are (I Corinthians 3:16-17).

Old Jerusalem is gone with the wind, and the prophetic scene shifted to the West and the New World after the fall of Babylon on the Tiber:

And he that sat upon the throne said "behold, I make all things new" (Apocalypse 21:5).

Vital links


Guilday, Peter. The Life and Times of John Carroll, Archbishop of Baltimore. The Newman Press, Westminster, Maryland, 1922 & 1954.

Gurn, Joseph. Charles Carroll of Carrollton, 17371832. P.J. Kennedy & Sons, New York, 1932.

Haw, James. Stormy Patriot: The Life of Samuel Chase. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Maryland, 1980.

Hedberg, Jacqueline Simmons. Plantations, Slavery & Freedom on Maryland's Eastern Shore. HIstory Press, Charleston, South Carolina, 2019.

Hoffman, Ronald. Princes of Ireland, Planters of Maryland. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2000.

Ives, Joseph Moss. The Ark and the Dove:The Beginning of Civil and Religious Liberties in America. Longmans. Green and Company, New York, 1936. (A very rare Jesuit tome about the founding of Maryland).

Lossing, Benson J. Biographical Sketches of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence. J. C Derby, Boston & Philadelphia, 1854.

McSherry, James. History of Maryland from its first Settlement in 1634 to the Year 1848. Baltimore Book Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 1904.

Middleton, Arthur Pierce. Tobacco Coast: A Maritime History of the Chesapeake Bay in the Colonial Era. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 1984.

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