Hand Sign Indicates Massive Satanic Conspiracy

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Henry Makow

Below is a list of political and cultural leaders over more than 500 years whose official portraits show them making a Triad Hand Sign, joining their third and fourth fingers. This is also known as “Triad Claw.” What are the chances that people living centuries apart would make the same Masonic hand sign? The Triad Sign is how Satanists recognize each other and signal fealty to Lucifer. Although this conspiracy may have originated in the Jewish Cabala, obviously it spread to much of the Gentile leadership, including royalty, authors, scientists and religious leaders. Man’s tragic history and present dysfunction is due to the fact that humanity is satanically possessed. Related- Hand Signs of Freemasonry Explained  Makow-  Spock’s Vulcan Sign is Invocation of Satan Thanks to Jim for alerting me to this portrait gallery which has since been removed from the Internet. Luckily he saved it. I provide a sample.

columbusChristopher Columbus, 1450-1506, was most definitely a Marrano Crypto-Jew

      Alfonso V of Aragon 1396-1458 –Renaissance King of Aragon, Valencia, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica & Sicily

Marsilio Ficino 1433-1499 -Had an enormous influence on the Renaissance, worked for de’ Medici’s

Lorenzo de’ Medici 1449-1492 – Fostered the early Italian Renaissance, one of the wealthiest men in Europe

Christopher Columbus 1451-1506 – Genoese explorer of the “New World”, initiated the process of it’s colonization

Giovanni Pico della Mirandola 1463-1494 — Renaissance philosopher, related to Sforza, Gonzaga and Este dynasties

Aegidius Antonini of Viterbo 1469-1532 –Augustinian cardinal, of the Tribe of Levi. Studied the mysteries of the Kabbalah

Alfonso I d’Este 1476-1534–Duke of Ferrara, of the House of Este during the Italian Wars

Lucrezia Borgia 1480-1519–Daughter of Pope Alexander VI, wife of Giovanni Sforza & Alfonso d’Este

Martin Luther 1483-1546 — Initiated the Protestant Reformation, founded Lutheranism

Edward Montagu 1485-1557 — Ancestor of the Dukes of Montagu & Manchester and the Earls of Sandwich

Catherine of Aragon 1485-1536 –1st wife of King Henry VIII of England, sparked England’s break from Rome

Archibald Douglas 1489-1557 — Scottish Earl of Angus, ally of Henry VIII, consolidated the Douglas families power

Vittoria Colonna 1490-1547 –Italian Protestant, daughter of Fabrizio Colonna of the powerful Colonna family


Ignatius of Loyola 1491-1556 — Founded the Society of Jesus, religious leader during the Counter-Reformation

Francis I 1494-1547 – France’s first renaissance monarch. Gave rise to the Protestant Reformation

Eleanor of Austria 1498-1558  — Habsburg Infanta of Castile, wife of Manuel I of Portugal & Francis I of France

Claude of France 1499-1524 —  Duchess of Brittany, 1st wife of Francis I of France & mother of Henry II of France

Charles V 1500-1558 — Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor & King of Spain, oversaw Americas colonization

Ferdinand I 1503-1564–Holy Roman Emperor, Habsburg, supported the Society of Jesus

Isabella of Portugal 1503-1539 — Holy Roman Empress, wife of Charles V, daughter of Manuel I of Portugal

Francis Xavier 1506-1552 — Co-founder of the Society of Jesus, pioneering Roman Catholic missionary

Francis Borgia 1510-1572 — 4th Duke of Gandia, third Superior General of the Society of Jesus

James V of Scotland 1512-1542 — King of Scotland, raised by Archibald Douglas Earl of Angus, ally of Francis I

Catherine Parr 1512-1548 — Protestant, Henry VIII’s sixth wife. Restored Elizabeth to line of succession

Giulia Gonzaga 1513-1566 — Italian oligarch of the Renaissance, wife of Vespasiano Colonna Duke of Traetto

Philip Neri 1515-1595 — Italian priest, worked for the de’ Medici family and supported Henry of Navarre

Nicholas Throckmorton 1515-1571 — Royal diplomat, worked for Elizabeth I, supported Reformation

James Hamilton 1516-1575 — Earl of Arran, great grandson of James II of Scotland. Supported Reformation

Catherine de’ Medici 1519-1589 — Queen consort of France as wife of King Henry II of France

Cosimo I de’ Medici 1519-1574 — Duke of Florence, Grand Duke of Tuscany. Restored power in Florence


William Cecil 1521-1598 –Baron Burghley, chief advisor of Queen Elizabeth I, founder of the Cecil dynasty

Christina of Denmark 1521-1590 – Queen of Denmark, Norway & Sweden, wife of Francesco II Sforza, Duke of Milan

Eleanor of Toledo 1522-1562 –Daughter of Duke of Alba, wife of Cosimo de’ Medici, mother of Dukes of Tuscany

James Douglas 1525-158–4th Earl of Morton and regent of Scotland, supported the Reformation

Philip II 1527-1598 –King of Spain, Portugal, Naples and Sicily of the House of Habsburg

Maximilian II 1527-1576 –Holy Roman Emperor, member of the House of Habsburg

Maria of Spain 1528-1603–Daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I & wife of Maximilian II

Ambrose Dudley 1530-1590–Assisted his younger brother Robert in the spread of Protestantism in England

Robert Dudley 1532-1588–Earl of Leicester of the famous Dudley family. English diplomat

John Hawkins 1532-1595–Shipbuilder, naval commander and slave trader. 2nd cousin of Francis Drake


Elizabeth I 1533-1603–Queen of England, established Church of England’s independence from Rome

Edward VI 1537-1553–King of England, educated by his fathers sixth wife Catherine Parr like his sister

Charles Borromeo 1538-1584–Cardinal active in Counter-Reformation, nephew of de’ Medici Pope Pius IV

Francis Drake 1540-1596–English sea captain and slave trader. Provoked the Spanish Armada

Francesco I de’ Medici 1541-1587–Grand Duke of Tuscany, continued the heavy taxation of his subjects

Ferdinando I de’ Medici 1549-1609–Grand Duke of Tuscany, gained great wealth through Medici banks

Henry of Navarre 1553-1610–First monarch of the House of Bourbon in France. 1st Huguenot King

Cesar de Nostredame 1553-1629–Son of French astrologer and occultist Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus)

Walter Raleigh 1554-1618–English Protestant aristocrat, explorer and popularizer of tobacco in England

Philip Sidney 1554-1586–English Poet and soldier, nephew of Robert Dudley

James I 1566-1625–King of England, united the English, Scottish and Irish crowns

Maurice of Nassau 1567-1625–Stadtholder, Prince of Orange, foremost general of the 80 years war

Henry Wriothesley 1573-1624–Earl of Southampton, member of the Virginia Company governing council

Robert Fludd 1574-1637–English occultist, astrologer, mathematician and Hermetic writer

Anne of Denmark 1574-1619–Wife of James I of England. Mother of King Charles I and Elizabeth of Bohemia

John Berkeley 1602-1678–Wealthy English royalist soldier, brother of William Berkeley governor of Virginia


John Milton 1608-1674–English poet, propagandist and official serving under Oliver Cromwell

Richard Boyle 1612-1698–2nd Earl of Cork, Lord High Treasurer of Ireland like his millionaire father

Henry Oldenburg 1619-1677–Foremost spy in 17th century Europe, 1st Secretary of the Royal Society

Rupert of the Rhine 1619-1682–Duke of Bavaria & Cumberland. 1st Governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company

John Evelyn 1620-1706–English writer and diarist, co-founder of the Royal Society

Johan de Witt 1625-1672–Grand Pensionary of Holland, tutored a young William III of Orange


boyleRobert Boyle 1627-1691–Founder of modern Chemistry, Royal Society, son of 1st Earl of Cork

Henry Howard 1628-168–Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal, gave his library to the Royal Society

Archibald Campbell 1629-1685 –Earl of Argyll, took part in the Monmouth rebellion, fellow of the Royal Society

Christiaan Huygens 1629-1695–Dutch mathematician. Founder of modern Calculus, Royal Society

Mary of Orange 1631-1660 –Mother of William III of Orange, granddaughter of Marie de’ Medici


Gaspar Fagel 1634-1688–Grand Pensionary of Holland, tutored and supported William III of Orange

Arthur Capell 1631-1683–Earl of Essex, Protestant supporter of William III of Orange

Christopher Wren 1632-1723–Founder & president of the Royal Society, Freemason & Master of Lodge #1





William Douglas-Hamilton 1634-1694–Duke of Hamilton, granted the Scottish crown to William III of Orange

Charles Calvert 1637-1715–3rd Baron Baltimore & Proprietary Governor of Maryland

Ralph Montagu 1638-1709–1st Duke of Montagu, of the famous Montagu family

William Cavendish 1640-1707–1st Duke of Devonshire, strong supporter of the Glorious Revolution & William III

Philippe I of Orleans 1640-1701–Founder of House of Orleans, ancestor of most modern-day Catholic royalty



Isaac Newton 1642-1727–English intellectual, Royal Society, one of the most influential people in history

Henry Darnall 1645-1711–Proprietary Agent of Baron Baltimore. Granddad of Charles Carroll of Carrollton

John Cecil 1648-1700–Earl of Exeter, known as Lord Burghley, supported William III of Orange

James Scott 1649-1685–Duke of Monmouth, illegitimate son of Charles II, led the Monmouth Rebellion

Jonathan Trelawny 1650-1711–A British Bishop of Bristol, Exeter and Winchester. Supported William III

William Randolph 1650-1721–Colonist, ancestor of Thomas Jefferson and Cheif Justice John Marshall

John Somers 1651-1716- Chief architect of English union with Scotland and the Protestant succession

James Bertie 1653-1699–1st Earl of Abingdon, son of Montagu Bertie the 2nd Earl of Lindsey

George Churchill 1654-1710–Younger brother of the Duke of Marlborough. Supported William III

James Blair 1656-1743–Church of England missionary & founder of the College of William & Mary


Charles Montagu 1661-1715–Devised the establishment of the Bank of England. 1st First Lord of the Treasury

Joseph Sabine 1661-1739–General in 9 Years’ War, War of Spanish Succession & Jacobite Rebellion

William Cowper 1665-1723–1st Earl Cowper, 1st Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, supported William III

Sophia Dorothea of Hanover 1666-1726 –Wife and cousin of George I of Great Britain, and mother of George II

Samuel Vetch 1668-1732–Protestant colonial governor of Nova Scotia, involved in Monmouth Rebellion


Joseph Addison 1672-1719–English playwright and poet, worked for John Somers and Charles Montagu

Charles Lennox 1672-1723–1st Duke of Richmond, illegitimate son of King Charles II and a Freemason

William Cavendish 1672-1729–2nd Duke of Devonshire, served as Lord President of the Council

Spencer Compton 1673-1743–1st Earl of Wilmington, Prime Minister of Great Britain and 1st Lord of the Treasury

Charles Townshend 1674-1738–2nd Viscount Townshend, Secretary of State, Fellow of the Royal Society

Richard Temple 1675-1749–1st Viscount Cobham, British soldier, political mentor to the young William Pitt

Frederick I of Sweden 1676-1751 – King of Sweden & Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, founder of the order of Seraphim

John Manners 1676-1721–2nd Duke of Rutland, son of John Manners of the ‘Glorious Revolution’

John Campbell 1678-1743–2nd Duke of Argyll, Scottish soldier, helped secure Hanoverian succession

Maurice de Saxe 1696-1750–Marshal General of France, illegitimate son of Frederick Augustus I

William Cavendish 1698-1755–3rd Duke of Devonshire, most recent common ancestor of Charles & Diana


John Wesley 1703-1791–Church of England cleric, founder of the Methodist movement

Frederick, Prince of Wales 1707-1751–Duke of Edinburgh, eldest son of George II and father of George III

Robert Livingston 1708-1790 –3rd Lord of Livingston Manor, grandson of Robert Livingston the Elder

George Whitefield 1714-1770–English Anglican priest, active in the British North American colonies

Simon Harcourt 1714-1777–1st Earl Harcourt, British diplomat and general, ambassador for George III

Thomas Gray 1716-1771–English poet, classical scholar and professor at Cambridge University

Christopher Smart 1722-1771—English poet, notorious member of the Freemasons and Masonic author

Louise of Great Britain 1724-1751–Daughter of George II of Great Britain, queen consort of Denmark and Norway

John Adams 1735-1826—2nd President of the United States and negotiator of the peace treaty with U.K

Josias of Saxe-Coburg 1737-1815–Austrian general and Lieutenant Field Marshal in the Seven Years’ War


George III 1738-1820–King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

Joseph II 1741-1790–Holy Roman Emperor, first ruler of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine in Austria

Francis Asbury 1745-1816–1st bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States

Leopold II 1747-1792–Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary & Bohemia & Grand Duke of Tuscany

Thomas Coke 1747-1814 – Father of Methodist Missions, continued John Wesley’s work in America

Wolfgang von Goethe 1749-1832 – German writer, served the duchy of Saxe-Weimar, member of the Illuminati

Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies 1751-1825 King of Naples & Sicily, of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies

John Marshall 1755-1835 -Chief Justice of the United States, developed the American legal system


Alexander Hamilton 1755-1804–1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, founded U.S. Mint & 1st National Bank

Horatio Nelson 1758-1805–1st Viscount Nelson & 1st Duke of Bronte, British flag officer in Napoleonic Wars

Joseph Fesch 1763-1839–French cardinal, closely associated with the family of Napoleon Bonaparte

Ferdinand III 1769-1824–Grand Duke of Tuscany of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine

Augustus of Saxe-Gotha 1772-1822–Duke of Saxe-Gotha, grandfather of Albert, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria

Henry Vassall-Fox 1773-1840–3rd Baron Holland & Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Christian VIII of Denmark 1786-1848–King of Denmark and Norway of the House of Oldenburg


Robert Peel 1788-1850–Prime Minister of the U.K, created the modern concept of the police force

Antipope Pius IX 1792-1878 – Longest reigning Pope in history, centralized the Church in the Vatican

Aolphe Thiers 1797-1877–French politician, Prime Minister & President of the French Republic

Miguel of Portugal 1802-1866–King of Portugal of the House of Braganza and Knight of the Order of Christ

Sophie of Bavaria 1805-1872–Mother of Franz Joseph Emperor of Austria & Maximilian Emperor of Mexico


Joseph Smith 1805-1844–American religious leader and founder of the Latter Day Saint Temple of Mormon

Giuseppe Garibaldi 1807-1882—Italian revolutionary & Freemason, Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy

Napoleon III 1808-1873–1st President of the French Republic and Emperor of the French

Otto of Greece 1815-1867—First modern King of Greece under the protection of the U.K, France and Russia


Pedro II of Brazil 1825-1891–Emperor of Brazil, reigned for over 58 years, Grand Master of Order of Christ

Edward VII 1841-1910–King of the United Kingdom, of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Alexander III of Russia 1845-1894–Emperor of Russia of the House of Oldenburg from 1881 until his death in 1894

Theodore Roosevelt 1858-1919–President of the United States, Freemason, imperialist

Wilhelm II 1859-1941——Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia, grandson of Queen Victoria


Adolf Hitler 1889-1945–WWII German Head of State and Iron Cross Freemason, notable for starting WWII

Harry S. Truman 1884-1972—WWII U.S. President notable for nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Josef Stalin 1888-1953–WWII Soviet Premier, notable for the hit on the Ukraine, killing 8 million

Emperor Hirohito 1901-1989—-WWII Emperor of Japan, Empire of the Sun

CHURCHILLTRIADSIGNSir Winston Churchill 1874-1965–WWII Head of State, United Kingdom. Variation on Triad Sign.

Frankllin Delanor Roosevelt 1882-1945–WWII U.S. President notable for giving Catholic Poland to Br. Josef Stalin

Benito Mussolini 1883-1945–WWII Prime Minister of Italy, founder of Italian Fascism, Knight of Malta Freemason

J.Edgar Hoover 1895-1972–First Director of the FBI, Shriner Freemason

Gerald Ford 1913-2006–38th President of the United States, Shriner Freemason

Emperor Akhito 1933-125th and Current Emperor of Japan

Queen Beatrix–Dame of Malta, Queen of the Netherlands, Bilderberg attendee


Justin Trudeau, just elected Prime Minister of Canada

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