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FINAL WARNING: The Birth of Tyranny
On May 1, 1776, under the direction of the newly formed House of Rothschild (and Wessely, Moses, Mendelssohn; and the Bankers, Itzig, Friedlander, and Meyer), who instigated the American Revolution to weaken Great Britain, Weishaupt founded the Ancient Illuminated Seers of Bavaria, which became known as the Order of the I lluminati.
, the son of Moses Amschel Bauer, a banker and goldsmith.
Their name was derived from the 'red shield' ('rotschildt') that hung over the door of their shop, and had been the emblem of revolutionary Jews in
. A few years after his father's death, he worked as a clerk in a Hanover bank, which was owned by the Oppenheimers.
became a junior partner, and soon left to take over the business started by his
father in 1750.
bought and sold rare coins, and later succeeded in buying out several other coin dealers.
In 1769, he became a court agent for Prince William IX of Hesse-Kassel, who was the grandson of George II of
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But Moses Bauer's unexpected death meant that the synagogue was not to be young Mayer's destiny after all.
When he was of age, Mayer Bauer went to work as a clerk in a bank owned by the Oppenheimers in Hannover.
unusual ability was soon recognised and he
moved quickly up the ladder in the Oppenheimers'
business, being rewarded with a junior partnership.
Regardless of an assured career in banking offered by the Oppenheimers
decided to return to Frankurt where he
bought back the business his
father had established in 1750.
His father was Moses ...
His father was Moses Amschel Bauer and was a money lender as well as a goldsmith.
He got tired of traveling around Eastern Europe and finally settled in Frankfurt where his son was born.
Who would later become the first international banker?
Starting out as a clerk in a bank in Hannover, he
was quickly given a junior partnership due to his
later came to develop a business transaction with Prince William of Haunau who bought his
rarest coins and metals.
had other business with other princes.
n Sept. 21, 1769 Rothschild nailed a signed above his
shop with arms of Hess- Haunau.
In 1770 he married a seventeen yr old, named Gutele Schnaper who bored him 10 children ( five boys) ( five girls).
The sons were Amschel, Salomon, Nathan, Kalmann, and Jacob.
Rothschild became an agent for Prince William
who would hire out his
troops to any nation.
would later embezzle $3,000,000 from the deceased prince through the services of the soldiers who were legally entitled to it.
He expanded his operations and became the first international banker.
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, Prince William
Before Rockefeller, There Was Rothschild
Mayer Amschel Bauer, born 1743 in Frankfort-On-The Main, was the son of Moses Amschel Bauer.
After his father's death, Mayer served a three year apprenticeship at the Bank of Oppenheimer in Hanover.
Because of his monetary skills, he became a junior partner.
Mayer accrued sufficient money to return to Frankfort and purchase his father's counting house located on Judenstrasse (Jew Street).
The shop displayed a red shield over the door, the emblem of the revolutionary-minded Jews in Eastern Europe.
Bauer adopted the name Rothschild, the German word for 'red shield' and the infamous House of Rothschild was born. 
Check the facts out for yourself first, this article is designed to inform people who the enemy is, not single out people of a particular race or people with a particular surname, who may have nothing to do with this Rothschild criminal network.
1743: Mayer Amschel Bauer, an Ashkenazi Jew, is born in Frankfurt, Germany, the son of Moses Amschel Bauer, a money lender and the proprietor of a counting house. Moses Amschel Bauer places a red sign above the entrance door to his counting house.
This sign is a red hexagram (which geometrically and numerically translates into the number 666) which under Rothschild instruction will end up on the Israeli flag some two centuries later. 1753: Gutle Schnaper, an Ashkenazi Jew (future wife of Mayer Amschel Bauer), born to respected merchant, Wolf Salomon Schnaper. 1760: During this decade Mayer Amschel Bauer works for a bank owned by the Oppenheimers' in Hanover, Germany.
He is highly successful and becomes a junior partner.
Whilst working at the bank he becomes acquainted with General von Estorff. Following his father's death, Bauer returns to Frankfurt to take over his father's business.