France is a European country founded in 987, with a population of 67 million people. It is a dictatorship with no free press, governed by the Jesuits. Its most populous city and capital is Paris (on the meridian, the bar of Isis), important in the art scene and Fashion Industry. With Germany, it is the biggest economy of the European Union. It is a member of the United Nations.

History of France

10.000 bc the descendants of Atlantis become the Basques.

50 bc France/Gaul is conquered by the Roman Empire (Julius Caesar), who writes De Bello Gallico.

400s France is ruled by the Merovingian dynasty.

570 France becomes part of the Carolingian Empire.

1100's the English Plantagenets conquer the west of France (Angevin Empire). Afterwards France is controlled by the Valois/Capetian dynasty (House of Hugues Capet with fleur-de-lis symbol), de Guise-Lorraine, Knights Templar and Knights Hospitaliers/Order of Malta.

The Valois wage war with the Habsburgs of Spain and Germany.

Gnosticism (Paulicianism) spread from Turkey to the Cathars in south France, where kabbalism resurfaces (Makhir of Narbonne, Isaac the Jew). Francis I of France (Order of the Golden Fleece) is a patron of Leonardo da Vinci, buys his Mona Lisa.

1190 Chrétien de Troyes writes Perceval the Story of the Grail (Holy Grail mythology). 

1194 building of the Cathedral of Chartres with rose pattern (based on knowledge of sacred geometry of the Templars). The School of Chartres teaches the Trivium (logic, grammar, rethoric) and Platonism.

1250 building of the Notre Dame in Paris with rose windows.

1272 founding of House of Bourbon.

1307 Philip IV of France suppresses the Knights Templar, they move to Switzerland.

1337 Hundred Years' War between France (templar bloodline House of Anjou, supported by the Crown of Aragon and Castile, Kingdom of Bohemia) and  English Plantagenets.

1428 siege of Orléans with Joan of Arc.

1431 burning of Joan of Arc.

1494 Italian Wars the Valois dynasty wages war with the Habsburgs, tries to conquer Milan and Florence.

Henry II marries Catherine de Medici.

1532 François Rabelais publishes Guargantia and Pantagrel.

1572 St Bartholomew' Day massacre, instigated by Catherine de Medici.

1580 essais of philosopher Michel de Montaigne, friend of Francis Bacon.

1589 Henry III is assassinated by a Dominican and replaced by the Bourbons.

1594 coronation of Henry IV (Bourbon) at Cathedral of Chartres, married to Marie de Medici, is controlled by jesuit Pierre Coton.

1607 the jesuits start training students like René Descartes, Marin Mersenne and La Rochefoucauld at La Flèche.

1610 assassination of Henry IV.

1618 Cardinal Richelieu, Chief Minister of Louis XIII Bourbon, and Louis Grand Condé (Bourbon) play a role in the Thirty Years' War.

1643 Louis XIV Bourbon as Sun King.

1661 Philippe I (son of Louis XIV) and Elizabeth Charlotte Wittelsbach found the House of Orléans, all involved in the black arts.

1677 Franco-Dutch War, duc de Luxembourg defeats William of Orange. Affair of the Poisons, Madame de Montespan, known for her black masses, is accused of witchcraft.

1697 France colonizes Haiti.

1715 Philippe II Duke of Orleans (friend of Chevalier Michael Ramsay), married to 1st cousin Françoise Marie de Bourbon (daughter of Madame de Montespan), as Regent of France.

1717 debut play of Voltaire.

1743 Louis Bourbon Count of Clermont as grandmaster of Grand Orient France (Rite of Perfection named Chapter of Clermont after him).

1756 Seven Years' War with Anglo-Prussian alliance of the House of Hannover, Brunswick, Hohenzollern and Hesse.

1757 Frederick the Great defeats the French at the Battle of Rossbach.

1763 France loses the Seven Year's War.

1773 Louis Philippe d'Orléans as grandmaster of the Grand Orient. Pope Clement XIV expels the Jesuits in France.  Louis XIV who lived at the palace of Versailles, marries Marie Therese Habsburg and helps to develop Scottish Rite freemasonry (with double headed eagle symbol of the Habsburgs).

1774 rule of Louis XVI married to Marie Antoinette.

1778 treaty of Alliance with US (Benjamin Franklin), initiation of Franklin and Voltaire in Nine Sisters lodge in Paris.

1784 Louis XIV Bourbon appoints a Royal Academy of Sciences commission to investigate animal magnetism of Franz Mesmer with Antoine Lavoisier, jesuit Sylvain Bailly, jesuit Joseph-Ignace Guillotin and Benjamin Franklin.

1789 Napoleon's brother Louis becomes Grandmaster of the Grand Orient of France, jesuit trained mason Maximilien Robespierre founds the Jacobin Club with Louis Philippe d'Orléans. The Sabbataen followers of Jacob Frank join the Jacobin Club because they see Napoleon as Antichrist/Messiah. The French Revolution starts with masons Georges Danton, Jacques Billaud-Varenne, jesuit Camille Desmoulins,..

1792 Robespierre abolishes slavery in French colonies.

1793 Marquis de Sade is elected to the National Convention. Marie Antoinette is decapitated (ritual in worship of John the Baptist).

1794 Robespierre is decapitated.

1797 Jesuit Augustin Barruel spreads Illuminati rumors.

1799 Napoleon (Order of the Golden Fleece) is made First Consul after the coup of 11/9. After the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, he marries Marie Therese Habsburg.

1802 the Bonaparte and Medici's establish the Legion of Honour.

1804 Haiti's declaration of independence. Germaine de Staël's Coppet group with Joseph Bonaparte.

1812 The French Empire reaches its peak, under Napoléon, controlled by jesuit family Massimo. After his defeat at Waterloo (mason Arthur Wellington, also Order of the Golden Fleece), the Bourbons and the jesuits are reinstalled and all presidents are freemasons (the cult of Saturn).

The Spring of Nations with masons Bugeaud Thomas and Armand Barbes ushers in a period of fake freedom.

1830 Louis Philippe I (son of Illuminati member Philippe Egalité) becomes King of France. His daughter marries the 1st king of Belgium Leopold I Saxe-Coburg.

 The Colonna-Dupont family gains more influence in the United States.

1830 France colonizes a part of North America (Quebec Canada) and Africa (Algeria). After neoclassicism, Romanticism (Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame), Impressionism, Decadence (Charles Baudelaire) and Bohemian culture (cabaret) becomes the new trend in art.

1836 the obelisk of the Temple of Luxor is put on the Place de Concorde of Paris, in worship of Baal.

1856 Eliphas Lévi publishes Rituel et Dogme de la Haute Magie with a famous drawing of Baphomet.

Jesuit Du Lac help to spread antisemitism in France (La Libre Parole) and Louis Blanc (Theodor Reuss OTO) and jesuit Jean Jaurès help to spread socialism (communism) as the new slave religion.

Freemson JM Charcot, the best known physicist of France, expert on neurosis and hypnosis trains Sigmund Freud, Alfred Binet, Pierre Janet, Gilles de La Tourette, William James, Adolf Meyer,...

Jules Doinel  tries to revive the gnosticism of the Cathars. André Gide, friend of Oscar Wilde, pushes the pedophilia agenda.

1896 Pathé brothers found Pathé Films.

1888 jesuit Joséphin Péladan founds the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose Cross with Papus and promotes the Symbolist movement.

1894 Dreyfus affair with Albert Dreyfus, Emile Zola, Charles Maurras (Action Française).

1903 first Tour de France. Prime minister Maurice Rouvier is married to the ex-wife of Eliphas Lévi.n

1904 Alfred Binet (student of JM Charcot) develops the Binet-Simon intelligence scales.

1910 As a Sabbataen ritual of redemption through sin/destruction (the Abyss of Revelation 911), the Modernist art movement was created in Montparnasse (associated with the cult of Dionysus, in alliance with a similar project in Greenwich Village) Paris : Pablo Picasso (Gertrude Stein and Paul Rosenbeg as patron), Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray,..

The Ballets Russes perform modern ballet pieces in Paris (Picasso, Jean Cocteau, Russians Igor Stravinsky, Nicholas Roerich, Leon Rosenberg). Stravinsky is supported by Coco Chanel.

1913 jesuit Raymond Pointcaré (Order of the Golden Fleece, cousin of Henri Pointcaré) as president.

1920 the french edition of Vogue is launched with Marie-Claude Valliant-Couturier as editor, married to Paul Valliant-Couturier who founds the French Communist Party.

Urbain Gohier, a friend of Emile Zola and Lea Fry (book Occult Theocracy) and catholic priest Ernest Jouin spread the Protocols of Elders of Zion in France. Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin merges Christianity and Darwinism to announce the New Age religion. Henri Bergson promotes the League of Nations.

Corsican mafia set up a network of heroin smuggling through the port of Marseille (the French Connection, François Spirito, Paul Carbone).

1922 George Gurdjieff starts working in Paris.

1923 French Mandate of Syria and Lebanon.

1924 André Breton, trained by Joseph Babinski, writes the Surrealist Manifesto, based on theories of Freud and Marx, works with Antonin Artaud.

Freemason and prime minister Aristide Briand helps planning the European Empire and United Nations with Richard Kalergi.

1939 Adolf Hitler invades Poland so pm Edouard Daladier can declare war on Germany (2 days after the Munich agreement). Daladier's assistant is homosexual MI6 agent Edouard Pfeiffer, in contact with pedophile MI6 agent Guy Burgess (pro nazi Anglo-German Friendship).

1940 Hitler and the nazi's occupy Paris and divide France into a northern and southern part (the Vichy regime with jesuit Charles de Gaule). Meeting of intellectuals nazi Carl Schmitt, Jean Cocteau (Ballets Russes). Albert Camus and jesuit Jean-Paul Sartre play the role of existentialist (human existence as meaningless and absurd, nihilism).

1945 Marie-Claude Valliant-Couturier is used as a witness at the fake Nuremberg trial. The Havas news agency becomes Agence France-Presse (AFP).

1950 After the WW1 and WW2 ritual, Knight of Malta Antoine Pinay forms Le Cercle with Konrad Adenauer (banker of Hitler), in cooperation with Knight of Malta Otto Habsburg (Roman Empire). France becomes a member of the European Empire (European Union).

1952 Algerians are used to fight for France in the Indochina War.

1953 Maurice Girodias (pedophilia agenda) founds Olympia Press.

1954 Algerian War.

1956 Pierre Plantard invents the Priory of Sion hoax. Charles Pichel (friend of Boris Brazol) creates the Shickshinny Knights (named after Shickshinny Pennsylvania).

1958 L'Ascensceur pour l'échafaud (Nouvelle Vague, actress Jeanne Moreau) by Louis Malle (married to Candice Bergen) with music by Miles Davis. 1st album of Serge Gainsbourg.

Martine Carol is presented as the French Marilyn Monroe.

1962 independence of Algeria. Cocinor of Ignace Morgenstern (related to Zali Ruchel Rosenberg) produces French New Wave movies.

1967 Pierre Plantard's Priory of Sion hoax.

1968 From may 68 the Left Wing Church becomes the official doctrine of France: jesuit Jean-Paul Sartre,  Michel Foucault (employs leftists at University 8 Vincenne-Saint-Denis), Jacques Derrida, normalization of incest with Serge Gainsbourg and Charlotte Gainsbourg, the Crowleyan religion of fame promoted by mind controlled sex slaves like Brigitte Bardot, Jeanne Moreau, Jane Birkin, Myléne Farmer,..

1969 jesuit Pierre Guillomat (Elf Aquitane oil company) as Minister of Armies under jesuit de Gaule.

1972 the jesuits (Jean-Marie Le Pen) found the Right Wing countermovement Front Nationale (Joan of Arc as symbol of nationalism). Philip Garrel makes Nouvelle Vague movies with Nico.

1973 Claude Vorilhon founds the Raelian movement (UFO and sex cult).

1984 launching of Canal+.

Michel Gondry plays a role in the MTV music video scene.

1995 La Haine of Matthieu Kassovitz with Vincent Cassel, promoted by jesuit pm Alain Juppé.

1997 Diana Spencer and Dodi Fayed die in a media ritual in the Alma tunnel in Paris.

Jesuit Jean-Marie Le Pen and his daughter Marine Le Pen, Brigitte Bardot, Renaud Camus, Eric Zemmour, Michel Houellebecq, comedian Dieudonné and Nicholas Sarkozy play the role of opposition in the Right Wing Church. Sarkozy married sex slave Carla Bruni. His halfbrother Olivier worked for The Carlyle Group (Knights of Malta George HW Bush and Frank Carlucci) and married Hollywood actress Mary-Kate Olsen (friend of Joker Heath Ledger).

New mind controlled slaves Alizée, Mélanie Laurent, Marion Cotillard, Emmanuelle Seigner, Audrey Tautou, transhumanist agenda with Daftpunk,...

2006 jesuit Raymond Lakah publishes Mohammed cartoons in his newspaper France-Soir (reprinted by Charlie Hebdo) to stir up racial tension. The Da Vinci Code (Holy Grail mythology) with Audrey Tautou.

2015 false flag attacks like the fake Charlie Hebdo attack (the Isis ritual, Charlie=the Fool, the Joker) and fake march with Angela Merkel, François Hollande and Benjamin Netanyahu are orchestrated in Paris.

Jean Pisano-Ferry (government of Manuel Valls) was a member of the ECFR and Berggruen Institute.

Paris Agreement (the Climate Church).

2020 Jesuit Emmanuel Macron (worked at NM Rotschild) pushed the Multiculti-agenda and participates in the fascist Covid19-ritual (introduction of slave passports).


Roman emperors, Merovingians, Valois and Capetian dynasties, Bourbon, Napoléon Bonaparte, Jacques-Charles Dupont (Colonna) de l'Eure, Lous-Napoléon Bonaparte (grandmaster Grand Orient France, pm masons Jean-de Dieu Soult, Guizot Francois, Odilon Barrot), Adolphe Tiers, Patrice de MacMahon (Order of the Golden Fleece), Jules Grevy (Order of the Golden Fleece), Sadi Carnot, Jean Casimir-Perier, Félix Faure, Emile Loubet, Armand Fallières, Raymond Poincaré (jesuit, Order of the Golden Fleece), Paul Deschanel, Alexandre Millerand, Gaston Doumergue, Paul Doumer, Albert Lebrun (pm Edouard Daladier), Maréchal Pétain, Charles de Gaule (jesuit, jesuit general Philip Leclerc, minister André Malraux CCF), Vincent Auriol (mother cousin of Isambard Kingdom), René Coty, Alain Poher, George Pompidou (jesuit pm Michel Debre), Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (jesuit, Order of Malta, Charles de Croisset Goldman Sachs), Francois Mitterand, Jacques Chirac (jesuit, Paul Violet of Le Cercle as advisor), Nicolas Sarkozy (Berggruen Institute), Francois Hollande, Emmanuel Macron (jesuit, extreme multiculturalism, Bruno Le Maire ECFR).

Jesuits: Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès, Ignace Guillotine, Eugène Delacroix, Camille Desmoulins, pm Raymond Poncaré, pm Michel Debre, pm Laurent Fabius, Francois Villeroy (Bank of France), Badouin Prot (BNP Paribas), Bruno Lemaire (Minister of Finance), Pierre Gadoneix (Gas de France), Thierry Breton (European Commissioner for Internal Market), Henri Beaufour (Ibsen pharmaceutics),...


Le Siècle (elite club that gathers monthly at the Place de La Concorde):
- Alain Juppé (ex-pm, Club of Madrid with Bill Clinton, Le Cercle)
- Alain Lamassoure (Treaty of Lisbon, constitution of European Union)
- Arnaud de Puyfontaine (CEO of Vivendi, Lagardère, Editis, Aspen Institute)
- Bernard Kouchner (Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, European CFR)
- Christian Noyer (BNP Paribas, Group of Thirty)
- Claude Bébéar (BNP Paribas, AXA, think tank Institut Montaigne)
- Delphine Arnault (Louis Vuitton, LSE of Fabian Society, daughter of richest man on earth)
- Denis Olivennes (Air France, Fnac, Canal+, Libération)
- Edouard de Rothschild
- Eric Bisson (Avisa Partners)
- Etienne Davignon (European Roundtable of Industrialists, Friends of Europe, Trilateral Commission)
- Francois Hollande (ex-pm)
- Gérard Worms (NM Rothschild and sons)
- Jacques Attali (promotes world government)
- Jean-Claude Trichet (Bank of France, European Central Bank, Trilateral Commission, Group of Thirty)
- Jeanette Bougrab (Charlie Hebdo hoax)
- Laurence Parisot (BNP Paribas, European CFR, Open Society Foundations)
- Laurent Fabius (ex-pm)
- Louis Schweitzer (Renault, BNP Paribas, Philips, Volvo, related to JP Sartre)
- Maurice Lévy (Publicis, CFR)
- Michel Barnier (European Commissioner for Internal Market)
- Michel Pébereau (Paribas Fortis)
- Nicolas Sarkozy (Carla Bruni)
- Nicole Notat (union leader)
- Olivier Duhamel (European Parliament)
- Pascal Lamy (World Trade Organisation, European Council on Foreign Relations, Berggruen Institute)
- Patricia Barbizet (Christie's, Groupe Artémis, Trilateral Commission, husband Barclays Bank)
- Rachida Dati (European Parliament)
- Thierry Breton (jesuit, European Commissioner for Internal Market, Bank of America)
- Yannick Bolloré (owners of Universal Music Group, Havas, WEF)

French propaganda outlets

- Bayard Presse (La Croix): Catholic Church

- Dassault Group (Le Figaro): (in the past Serge Dassault, member of Le Siècle)

- Le Monde: Xavier Niel (Iliad, Bergguen Institute, married to Delphie Arnault of Louis Vuitton, LSE of Fabian Society), friends of Emmanuel Macron

- Le Parisien: LVMH (Lous Vuitton Moët Hennessy) of Bernard Arnault, supported controlled opposition Yellow Vest Movement.

- Libération: Edouard de Rothschild, Patrick Drahi, Denis Ollivennes

European Union