"Temples took in donations and tax revenue and amassed great wealth. Then, they redistributed these goods to people in need such as widows, orphans, and the poor."
"After a thousand years, the priests who ran the temples had so much money that the concept of banking came up as an idea. Around the time of Hammurabi, in the 18th century BC, the priests allowed people to take loans."
" Old Babylonian temples made numerous loans to poor and entrepreneurs in need. Among many other things, the Code of Hammurabi recorded interest-bearing loans."
Hammurabi was an Amorite. The Amorites practiced witchcraft.
"The rabbis in the Talmud...oppose some magic as the 'ways of the Amorites' (Mishnah Shabbat 6:10)."
This is King Charles XI of Sweden. He was the King of Sweden from 1660-1697. Under his reign the Sveriges Riksbank (central bank of Sweden) was founded. King Charles did not allow Jews in Sweden. They had to become Lutherans.
"The Mora witch trials which took place in Mora, Sweden, and Kiruna, Sweden, in 1669, is the most internationally famous Swedish witch trial." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mora_witc…
"Reports of the trial spread throughout Europe, and a provocative German illustration of the execution is considered to have had some influence on the Salem witch trials. It was the first mass execution during the great Swedish witch hunt of 1668–1676."
"After the trial against Märet Jonsdotter in Härjedalen in 1668, rumours began to spread throughout Sweden that witches abducted children to the Witches' Sabbath of Satan in Blockula."
" This caused an hysteria among parents and a series of witch trials around the country, where children pointed out adults for having abducted them to take to Satan riding on cattle taken from the barns of wealthy farmers."
"In Älvdalen, 30 people were put on trial and 18 sentenced to death. The national court revoked eleven death sentences and executed six women and one man 19 May 1669.
"These people were executed on the testimonies of children, which was to be common during this witch hunt."
"In Kiruna, Northern Laplanders who deified the Lutheran Church were often punished. A legend tells a story of a family who lived on a mountain above the city cursed out Witch Hunters.
"Many of those witches escaped to America."
"In March 1669, the hysteria reached Mora. The bailiff informed the governor: In Älvdalen and Mora, children and teenagers are being seduced by old witches unto the Devil."
"In May 1669, King Charles XI created a commission with instructions to use prayer to redeem the accused, rather than torture or imprisonment."
"The commission, half of whose members consisted of priests, arrived at Mora on August 12, 1669 and, in front of 3,000 spectators, convened a hearing on August 13. Over five days, 60 accused adults and numerous children were interrogated."
"The suffering children were examined and questioned one by one apart and it is said they all gave the same story."
"The witches claimed a devil called Locyta stopped them from confessing, but he left and allowed the witches to confess."
"The witches confessed to many things and declared they used Enchanted Tools. When the judges asked to see some of their tricks, the witches could no longer do any magic. The judges declared that since the witches had confessed they could no longer practice witchcraft."
"The witches said the Devil was threatening them with an iron fork, and was going to throw them into a burning pit if they continued with their confessions."
"The official responsible for recording their statements openly admitted he did not bother writing down many of them, as they were all so similar. There were so many accused that the trials were conducted at two different locations in the village."
"The evidence fell against the accused fell into three categories:
Transvection (magical levitation) to arrive at the sabbat (witches' sabbath) The location the children and witches went to they called Blockula."
"Children reported being taken by witches and flying on goats, sticks, or even sleeping men."
"Participation in the sabbat"
"Participation consisted of one or more of the following"
"Denial of God by cutting the finger and writing the name with blood in the devil's book."
"Baptism by the devil."
"Oath of fidelity."
"Dancing, ending with 'fighting one another.'"
"Music and copulation."
"Building a stone house to preserve the witches at the Day of Judgement, but the walls were perpetually falling down."
"The Devil showed the children a terrifying dragon and told if they confessed anything the dragon would be let loose on them."
"Participation in the maleficia (malignant acts) proposed at the sabbat."
"The number of seduced [RAPED] children was about 300."
Remember some of these witches escaped to AMERICA.
More detail here.
"Children who allegedly had been spirited away to sabbats were assembled and then interviewed one by one. Their stories agreed: they had been snatched sleeping in their beds and spirited away to the most horrid satanic revelries."
"Financial leaders who advocated a central bank with an elastic currency after the Panic of 1907 included Frank Vanderlip, Myron T. Herrick, William Barret Ridgely, George E. Roberts, Isaac Newton Seligman and Jacob H. Schiff."
"The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is an independent bureau within the United States Department of the Treasury that was established by the National Currency Act of 1863" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_of…
"and serves to charter, regulate, and supervise all national banks and thrift institutions and the federal branches and agencies of foreign banks in the United States."
My first federal job was at the OCC.
Keep this background in mind as we proceed to review the video "Q: The Plan To Save The World."
Who is the enemy?
Whoever it is, I believe, the person/people is connected to witchcraft.