In Britain before the English Civil War a Templar based theology was being pushed by the Puritans in direct contradiction to the oversight of Canon Law. More in tune with Jewish tradition the Puritans wanted nothing less than a departure from the restrictive Canons and the ever watchful priesthood of the Catholic tradition. Scotland by this time was already a solid Templar stronghold having pushed the original Christian theology up into the Hebrides, therefore much had been achieved in Scotland as a whole, especially after the mass influx of Belgian families under David I.
In James I of England the Templars had the chance to manoeuvre they’re banking network into the heart of England after the success with the introduction of the Tudors at the end of the War of the Roses, which incidentally was a series of battles between the House of York and the Plantagenets of Lancaster. How the conclusion of these wars produced the Tudors, who are of neither combatant side in the Wars, is an issue that for now will continue to remain a bit of a mystery.
In Rome by 543 AD a new production in the script called power was born, issued in by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian, a move for which he achieved lasting fame through his judicial reforms, particularly through the complete revision of all Roman law, something that had not previously been attempted. The total of Justinian’s legislature is known today as the Corpus juris civilis. It consists of the Codex Iustinianus, the Digesta or Pandectae, the Institutiones, and the Novellae.
Justinian devised a way in which to take power from a division or split of a birth record title, creating the legal title which is subject to Admiralty Law. He introduced what is termed DOG LATIN, which is the use of Egyptian Hieroglyphs, seen in the Surname, which is then by dark magic attached to ones original birth record title, a title that has a given name and a family name. It’s a clever trick that ties your birth name to a ‘thing‘ a position that equates to you becoming an asset to be taxed to death and some. (See cost of funeral.)
From this historical event we can deduce that what we are witnessing is the same force as that behind the banking system today, thrusting itself into the Roman system, making great headway during the 909 AD Monastic Reformation at Cluny in Burgundy, moving to the formation of the feudal system. History then presents a second Reformation but this one would be formed into a front, a proxy of the latter. This could only have been successful if the Templars had become the Jesuits.
In the Millenary Petition of 1603, the Puritan clergy demanded the abolition of confirmation, wedding rings, and the term “priest,” among other things, and that the wearing of cap and surplice become optional. King James I was strict in enforcing conformity at first, inducing a sense of persecution amongst many Puritans; but ejections and suspensions from livings became rarer as the reign continued. As a result of the Hampton Court Conference of 1604, a new translation and compilation of approved books of the Bible was commissioned to resolve discrepancies among different translations then being used. The Authorised King James Version, as it came to be known, was completed in 1611 and is considered a masterpiece of Jacobean prose. It is still in widespread use.
The King James version of the Bible incorporates a whole lot of DOG LATIN and we must ponder that as such, is the cause of of current woes of debt and compliance. In 1684 14 books were removed from the King James Bible and were not to be found in any versions since. They do however remain in the First Edition versions from 1611-84.
One of the books removed, which would have exposed the charade to intellectual Protestants of the future, especially so given the idea of schooling was gaining strength, the book is the “Wisdom of Solomon”.
Solomon is one of the most legendary characters from the Bible. He was the son of King David and is alleged to be the wisest man that has ever lived. This of course is the propaganda the real story lies in the removed book :
Wisdom of Solomon 2:1-24
1 For the ungodly said reasoning with them selves, but not aright, our life is short and tedious and in death of a man there is no remedy : neither was there any man known to have returned from the grave.
2 For we are born at all adventure : and we shall be hereafter as though we had never been: for the breath of our nostrils is as smoke, and the little spark in the moving of our heart
3 Which being extinguished, our body shall be turned into ashes, and our spirit shall vanish as the soft air,
4 And our name shall be forgotten in time, and no man shall have our works in remembrance, and our life shall pass away as the trace of a cloud, and shall be dispersed as a mist, that is driven away, with the beams of the sun, and overcome with the heat thereof.
5 For our time is very shadow that passeth away; and after our end there is no returning : for it is fast sealed, so that no man cometh again.
6 Come on there for let us enjoy the good things that are present : and let us speedily use the creatures like as in youth.
7 Let us fill ourselves with costly wine and ointments : and let no flower of the Spring pass by us.
8 Let us crown ourselves with rosebuds, before they be withered.
9 Let none of us go without his part of our voluptuousness : let us leave tokens of our joyfulness in every place: for this is our portion and our lot is this.
10 Let us oppress the poor righteous man, let us not spare the widow, nor reverence the ancient gray hairs of the aged.
11 Let our strength be the law of justice: for that which is feeble is found to be nothing worth.
12 Therefore let us lie in wait for the righteous; because he is not of our turn, and he is clean contrary to our doings. He upbraideth us with our offending of the law, and ojecteth to our infamy the transgression of our education.
13 He professeth to have the knowledge of the most high, and calleth his self the child of the Lord.
14 He was made to reprove our thoughts
15 He is grievous unto us even to behold, for his life is not like other men’s, his ways are of another fashion.
16 We are esteemed of him as counterfeits : he abstaineth from our ways as from filthiness: he pronounceth the end of the just to be blessed, and maketh his boast that GOD is his father.
17 Let us see if his words be true : and let us prove what shall happen in the end of him.
18 For if the just man be the son of the most high, he will help him and deliver him from the hands of his enemies.
19 Let us examine HIM with despite fulness and torture, that we may know his meekness and prove his patience.
20 Let us condemn him with a shameful death : for by his own mouth he shall be respected…..
O dear old Solomon was a right bad boy…. Quite clearly an example of the Providential Monarch and therefore naturally opposed to anything like the message of the Gospels.
 From the book; The Sword the Mitre and the Cloister
 The 14 books removed from the Bible are as follows :
• 1 Esdras
• 2 Esdras
• The rest of Esther
• The Wisdom of Solomon
• Baruch with the epistle Jeremiah
• The Songs of the 3 Holy children
• The history of Susana
• bel and the dragon
• The prayer for Manasses
• 1 Maccabees
• 2 Maccabees