By the time that opium was declared legal in China after the 2nd Opium War, more than 30 million Chinese were addicted to the drug. This was about 1856 and opium was to be found in all sorts of tinctures and potions in England and Europe. Queen Victoria’s business was thriving under the close scrutiny of Lord Palmerston and many other Freemasonry controlled companies.  We will now turn our attention to some very important men who through their influence helped to set the stage for further expansion of modern day Babylon. They were not drug lords as such, but their philosophy had a profound effect to further a mind set in the masses that would accelerate the global expansion of the drug culture. Apart from making tons of money with which they can live in luxury and expand the drug business, the main purpose Satan and his lucifarian host has in mind to control the minds of the masses. No better way than to have their brains intoxicated with mind altering chemicals.

Sigmund Shlomo Freud’s career illustrates how a satanic cult, the Illuminati, cast its morbid spell over humanity. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) was a Sabbatean who sold his perverted satanist beliefs to the world in the guise of science and medicine. The Illuminati-controlled media and education system hailed him as a great prophet. According to Wikipedia, Freud “is considered one of the most prominent thinkers of the first half of the 20th century, in terms of originality and intellectual influence.”

It has always been a puzzlement that Sigmund Freud as the world leader in a new doctrine should self-destruct and destroy by fire his life’s work. Had these crucial papers been available to researchers his reputation would by now have been in tatters, as this 1990 report outlines. The revelation that Freud “used” his patients and induced them into making ‘donations’ only sullies his reputation still further. I am endebted to a colleague for unearthing this otherwise lost article.

                                                                                                               “As a Therapist, Freud Fell Short, Scholars Find”   By Daniel Goleman, The New York TimesMarch 06, 1990

A NEW round of historical research on Sigmund Freud is challenging the legend that has long surrounded the founder of psychoanalysis.

New revelations depict a Freud who seems at times mercenary and manipulative, who sometimes claimed cures where there were none, and who on occasion distorted the facts of his cases to prove his theoretical points. And, judged by current knowledge and standards, it is a Freud who, at least once, stepped over the line into malpractice.

Once you start picking up on certain threads of information on the Internet it is quite amazing what eventually does come to light. That is why I include only a few of them. You need to do a bit of surfing in this regard because knowing the truth sets one free of the bondage ignorance brings.

In one little-known case that barely missed becoming a major scandal, researchers say, Freud induced two patients to divorce their spouses and marry each other. In addition, he hinted that the man should make a generous donation to his psychoanalytic fund.

Most astounding is the fact that this great father of psychoanalysis was also a cocaine addict and a peddler of it.

Why these revelations about the father of psychiatry? As you will see much later on he really was the puppet the One World manipulators were using to create a pseudo science with strong occult undertones out of which modern day psychiatry would grow. More about that much later, at present we are just studying the roots of the Babylonian Empire.

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