Why Rome (the Holy Roman Empire) Still Rules the World

Authored or posted by | March 1, 2017
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If you are a regular reader of my blog (OmniThought), you may have read my article titled The Crown of England Is Owned and Operated by the Vatican. In that article, I said that Rome still rules the world. Here is an excerpt of that article:

The Vatican is a religious corporation run by religious leaders who are loyal to the Roman Empire. In other words, Rome still rules the world! It rules the world through the Crown of England, the Roman Catholic Church and the Vatican. They did not call it the ROMAN Catholic Church for no reason.

Today, most countries are controlled by the hidden Roman Empire, because their leaders are loyal to the Roman Empire and/or bought off by its banksters and agents. Furthermore, most courts throughout the world operate under Roman Law (e.g., civil law, canon law, maritime law, admiralty law, statute law and commercial law). The United States, referring to the “United States of America,” and United Kingdom are two of the many “countries” controlled by the Holy Roman Empire. The evidence of this can be found in The Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783.

Below is a screenshot of The Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783. In the beginning of the treaty it says:

… Prince George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, duke of Brunswick and Lunebourg, arch-treasurer and prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire etc., and of the United States of America …

If you read the paragraph above thoroughly, you should come to the conclusion that Prince George the Third (king of Great Britain, France and Ireland) was the arch-treasurer and prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire and of the United States of America. The person playing that role today is Queen Elizabeth II. Keep in mind that the “United States of America” is an incorporated corporation, therefore it is not the same as “The United States of America” established on September 9, 1776.

Picture of The Definitve Treaty of Peace 1783

Below are three excellent videos that explain why Rome (the Holy Roman Empire) still rules the world.

Roman Empire Rules Today Pt 1 (Full Length)

Roman Empire Rules Today Pt 2 (Full Length)

Roman Empire Rules Today Pt 3 (Full Length)

After watching the video, do you innerstand now why all roads lead to Rome?

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  1. al hakanson says:

    why did the hre die
    my take on the pattern of history is that smallness such as city states are the goal of the time spirit
    i havent checked the data on the age of city states/ministates but i get the impress that they are the most stable & prosperous of all states
    this may very well be because ministate citizens have a clearer sense of identity than citizens of medium & large states
    therefore there is more harmony being a part of them
    as i post this im seeing a near meltdown in the stability of states of medium & large size
    also im seeing the almost total collapse of the united nations…does anybody believe in it today?
    im a very idealistic person who doesnt want to live in a commune for i believe in capitalism
    being part of a huge collective depresses me for i feel lost amongst such numbers of people
    also i dont like tiny communities for id feel lacking in privacy
    the hre died because it had lost its basic meaning which was to preserve religious unity under the rcc
    small self determining states, such extremes being portugal liechtenstein holland belgium have a much clearer identity
    small communities foster feelings of uniqueness & empowerment
    huge entities such as the hre foster feelings of being part of a stew
    the hre grew to be more like a defense pact than a unified whole
    as humanity becomes more & more diversified there will be pressure to create smaller & smaller political entities