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Genuine Alchemists

Let’s see if we can figure out how much money Rothschild would have made when the fraudulently acquired French real estate was sold off in 1796 following the re-introduction of metal currency. A good estimate of HR’s piece of the action would be around one-third of total sales. But let’s say his front men managed to buy only five percent of the total confiscated properties, which is a ridiculously low percentage. Since the total amount of confiscated property is estimated at six billion pounds, it means that the five percent would have represented 300 million pounds, an amount much too low to be realistic. No matter, if half of the proceeds went to cover expenses, Rothschild would have made a minimum profit of 150 million pounds, or 300 billion of today’s dollars. But what if HR managed to get his hands on one third of the real estate instead of just 5%? He would have then pocketed several trillions of today’s dollars.

As the cash started flowing into his coffers, in 1798, he sent his twenty-one-year-old son, Nathan, to England. Soon he had his other four sons establish banks in the major financial capitals of Europe. The name of the game was to buy up all the gold they could find with the real estate profits that kept pouring in. Why should we be surprised to learn that Nathan Mayer Rothschild was, at age thirty one, some ten years after arriving in England, the most powerful banker in the world? In 1807, with the help of his brothers, he was already brokering all the major gold shipments in Europe, including the gold needed for Wellington’s and Napoleon’s armies. Controlling gold bullion worldwide has always been Rothschild business.

But that wasn’t all! When the Battle of Waterloo took place on June 18th, 1815, Nathan was in London waiting for the official results of the battle. The House of Rothschild had financed all the warring parties, and Napoleon’s defeat had been planned and was anticipated, but Nathan wanted to be absolutely sure before making his move.

First, it should be pointed out that Nathan held a sizeable chunk of the 300 million pounds’ worth of Consols, the debt England had consolidated in funded government securities and was traded on the London Stock Exchange, a sum equivalent to 600 billion of today’s dollars. As soon as the battle outcome was confirmed by his personal couriers, who had rushed to the London Stock Exchange where he was waiting, Nathan started dumping all the Consols that he owned, making sure all the traders saw what he was doing. In no time at all, convinced that the great man knew something they didn’t and that Wellington had lost, the traders started dumping their own Consols until the price of Consols dropped to ten percent of their value. When Nathan gave the signal, his aides bought up all the available Consols as fast as they could. When the outcome of the battle was made public a short time later, and when everybody realized it had been Wellington, and not Napoleon, who had won, the price of Consols skyrocketed past their original high. It is estimated that Nathan increased the House of Rothschild’s net worth by some 200 million pounds—or 400 billion of today’s dollars—in that one-day operation.

We can easily see how the Rothschilds accumulated millions of pounds in a very short time, but the real trick was to transform all that paper into gold bullion. However, gold bullion was cheap then. Why, as late as 1973, it was worth thirty-three dollars an ounce. There isn’t much doubt that the 120000 tons of missing gold bullion are resting very quietly in vaults controlled by the Rothschilds. We could thus say that the Rothschilds are the greatest alchemists of all time.

The grandaddy of scams

While his people, Salomon, Morris and Hamilton, were creating the Bank of North America in 1781, Mayer Amschel Rothschild was busy getting ready for a much bigger project in Europe where the real action was at the time.


In 1773, he had recruited Adam Weishaupt in order to set up Masonic Lodges throughout France. Mayer had wanted his own private communications network, which was a mindboggling concept for the times. The Holy Roman Empire had its church network that infiltrated deep into the countryside as well as the courts of Europe while the City bankers had no network at all, but Mayer wanted his own personal network, for he knew that getting raw, unadulterated and secure information ahead of everybody else wasn’t a bad idea. By the time the French Revolution was launched, Weishaupt had opened over 1000 new Lodges. The first private information network of all time had been cheap and easy to set up.


It was natural for the City bankers to want to destroy the Holy Roman Empire by attacking and destabilizing France, the Church’s cornerstone, but Mayer was the catalyst. As a matter of fact, it was Mirabeau, one of  Weishaupt’s prime recruit who got things started. Mayer, like the City bankers, had no doubt wanted to destroy the Holy Roman Empire, but he was more interested in his Machiavellian plan, the one that would make him the wealthiest and most powerful man in the world and allow him to overwhelm all of the Bank of England bankers put together. The first order of business was to get Mirabeau to get the Assignat Bill passed, for that was the key to launching the greatest real estate scam that the world has ever seen, the French Revolution.

The Ominous Secret

How could the House of Rothschild (HR) take control of the monetary system of a grand country like America without its name ever coming up? The answer lies in the rulebook of the dynasty’s founder. It goes back to Mayer Amschel Bauer alias Rothschild in Frankfurt in the early 1770’s. He established very strict rules that would never by transgressed by his sons or their descendants. One rule stated that family members were to intermarry with their own first and second cousins so everything could be kept in the family. Another stated that the family was to maintain absolute secrecy; the family name was never to be associated with any business transaction and no family asset inventory was ever to be disclosed. Another important rule was that the eldest son of the eldest son was to be head of the family and he was to do everything in his power to get the most accurate information ahead of everybody else in the world.

Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s rules have been followed to the letter. For instance, in studying the family tree of the various branches of the family, one is dumbfounded that the Rothschilds have married Rothschilds almost exclusively. And as for secrecy, we know that the founder was a banker, that his sons and their descendants were bankers, and that the Rothschilds own the most prestigious vineyards in the world, but that’s about it. To this day, it’s as if the Rothschilds have never been involved in world affairs; many wonder if their wealth and power wasn’t just a myth. As for world information, Reuters, Associated Press, and Agence France Presse—the three world news agencies that I call the three Gorgon sisters—have Morgans, Lazards, and other Rothschild minions as major shareholders, but no Rothschild per se.

To my knowledge, the FED, the UN, the IMF, the World Bank, NATO, EU, UNESCO, and many more international administrative entities have never been subjected to an external independent audit. The bottom line is that people can’t believe that HR created America because there’s no mention of it in the history books and because it’s impossible for them to think in terms of power instead of wealth.


The term conspiracy could best be defined as a line of thought that goes against the official and accepted interpretations of academia. It could also be said that in this age of mass communication censure is built-in. There are a lot of nuts expounding extravagant theories and it’s very natural for most people to want to counter them. In fact, the three news agencies, Reuters, AFP, and AP, are happy to air those outside-the-box theories, accurate or not, because they automatically all go in the same bag, the one called conspiracy. Although books are no longer burned on the public square, censure is indeed alive and well.

Analyzing the why’s of history doesn’t constitute conspiracy. It’s ludicrous to think that my blog and book are conspiratorial, for I think that Mayer Amschel Rothschild is the greatest man that ever lived. We should all be grateful to the FED, and that’s the truth of it.

What’s wrong with knowing that Rothschild brokered the Soldiers-for-America deal for Prince William of Hesse? What’s wrong with knowing that he had to have an agent, and that his name was Haym Salomon? Why shouldn’t we know that Haym was sentenced to hang by the English because he abetted the Patriots? Does denying the fact that Haym financed George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, the Patriots and the whole war effort as well as the politicians in Philadelphia mean that he didn’t? Why should we not believe that Haym brokered the French Aid Package in 1768, and that he had enough gold to finance Robert Morris and Alexander Hamilton and create the Bank of North America in 1781? All those facts are known and available for scrutiny. If we can’t make the connection between Rothschild and the first commercial bank of the USA, the Bank of North America, it’s because we refuse to do so, and that’s self-censure.

Wildcat Banking Years


The Wildcat Banking years, as they were known, were officially a period of State regulated banking from 1837 to 1865, a misnomer if ever there was one, for they definitely were of the unregulated or untamed variety. It was the dawn of railroads, steel, black gold, and banking, and in order to maintain control over the monetary system and the thousands of banks that were springing out of the ground, HR sent for his Jewish friends in Germany. Eventually, the Warburgs, the Schiffs, the Lehmans, the Oppenheimers, the Kuhns, the Loebs, and others, started arriving from Frankfurt in order to channel this tsunami of economic activity. Financing the Morgans, the Carnegies, and the Rockefellers, and all the other American robber barons was a logical thing for HR (House of Rothschild) to do. The age of the “speculative bubble” economy had arrived.

The modus operandi was simple. Ambitious and shady characters of all kinds would open banks, claim land, build railroads, mine for gold, or drill for oil, and do the basic dirty work. Then, in order to encourage the frenzied development, one of HR’s German friends would open a well-heeled bank and lend money as though it grew on trees. The easy credit got rid of the competition and fed the greed of honorable people, as well as thieves, thugs, and killers who were all bent on getting their hands on as much wealth as possible. Leverage became the name of the game and speculation went to the moon. When HR deemed the time right, the tap was turned off, the bubble burst, the defaults followed, and HR’s banker friends and the robber barons picked everything up for a song. This time-honored formula was repeated in all the new states and, although adapted to the times, is still in use worldwide to this day. By the end of the nineteenth century, Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, Vanderbilt and others ran industrial America generally while the Lehmans, the Kuhns, the Loebs, etc. kept a stranglehold on the world of finance. HR’s American coast-to-coast market economy dream had become a reality, and now it was on to Europe and China.

George Washington


Haym Salomon financed the Patriots in every possible way and that included the politicians in Philadelphia. He looked after the Hessian soldiers for the English, but he was sent by Rothschild primarily to double-cross the English which he started to do as early as June 15th, 1775. That was the day a George Washington dressed in a flashy, custom-made military uniform tailored for the occasion, went before the second Continental Congress in Philadelphia to offer his services. Because he was a Southerner with some military experience, and because he insisted on not receiving any salary, he was a shoe-in to head the Continental Army that didn’t yet exist. He even offered to raise an army and work for free with the proviso that his expenses be reimbursed at the end of the war, an arrangement which has always been considered very bizarre. Haym Salomon was the only financier who had the wherewithal to back George Washington, and the statue in Chicago showing the General shaking Haym Salomon’s hand with a Robert Morris looking on speaks volumes.

Washington was not a wealthy man even though over the years he did manage, in a roundabout way, to inherit property from the very important Dandridge, Fairfax, and Custis families. However, in 1775, the property known today as Mount Vernonwas a rather modest estate with few slaves and little revenue. What is noteworthy is that at the outset of the War of Independence, George Washington had enough money to purchase an additional 6000 acres and build the north and south wings that transformed the house into the extraordinary mansion that it is today. Very odd, indeed!

 In 1775,Washington had more money than he knew what to do with. During the war, he spent lavishly on fine wines, fine foods, fine leathers, fine attires, and generally enjoyed a lifestyle reserved to English aristocrats. He even commissioned forty-two paintings to immortalize his feats of bravery. Another odd aspect of his command was his retinue of thirty-two young men he called his “family.” One can only wonder about the kind of relationship Washington entertained with his “family,” for in 1781, when Alexander Hamilton became aware that the Marquis de Lafayette had become the General’s new favorite, he abruptly quit his service and, thereafter, wrote him many letters venting his ire.

 At the end of the war, Washington presented Congress with a $449,261.51 tab. If we compare a captain’s salary of $20 per month then and $4,000 per month today, the General’s expenses amounted to close to a billion of today’s dollars. He even charged $3,776—the equivalent of $700,000 today—for personal expenses incurred while retreating across the Delaware, a river barely 200 hundred yards wide. That was the same banal river crossing that’s immortalized in the painting Crossing the Delaware.

For a general who went around showing the colors, laying the odd siege, and mainly retreating during the seven years the war lasted, that was good pay. More to the point,Washington was not a trained military man and he never had a meaningful victory. The alleged one at Trenton seems to have been a cross-river rendezvous operation to pick up Salomon’s gold from New York along with some nine hundred Hessian troops that the latter had persuaded to defect. Washington had very little to do with the victory at Yorktown, either, for any military buff will readily certify that the victory at Yorktown was due to the brilliant plan laid out by the Comte de Rochambeau, a competent professional soldier trained in the art of war, and Admiral de Grasse’s great seamanship. The battle plan was so well carried out, there were very few casualties: five hundred for the British, eighty for the Americans, and two hundred for the French. In the history of America, the Battle of Yorktown may have been a decisive moment, but it wasn’t Washington’s doing.

 When all is said and done,Washington seems to have been a flawed individual, a megalomaniac who was bought, wrapped, and delivered by Rothschild’s man, Haym Salomon. The President has been Rothschild’s ‘play’ mate right from day one.

New World Banking

The main reasons the bankers had for creating democracy in 1689 was to have the people’s representatives run the country, borrow from the bankers’ central bank, and collect taxes in order to repay the loans. Democracy and credit have been interdependent from the very beginning. If you have one without the other for whatever reason, there’s chaos, and what’s happening in Greece today exemplifies this.

 In 1694, banking was national; there was only one central institution, the Bank of England, and credit was limited to Englishmen. It became international when the Bank of North America was created in 1781 making credit available to the businessmen of another land, the USA. The man responsible for the creation of that bank was Mayer Amschel Bauer, alias Rothschild. He wasn’t handicapped by mundane concepts such as patriotism and nationality, and he was such a visionary that he already knew how he would go about creating the first and greatest market economy in the world, that of the USA.

 The absolutely indispensable building block to this financial edifice would be gold and we’ll see how he eventually ended up with most of the gold ever produced in the world, more than 150000 tons of the stuff.

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