Be Afraid. Emperor Constantine subordinated the Church to temporal power, but in turning the Roman Empire to Christianity, he was able to hold it together longer. (It was being challenged from all sides.) He was able to control the minds of the populace through religion. Kasten says:”One can easily discern in this the fingerprints of Brotherhood influence.” Constantine was undoubtedly a blueblood on his mother’s side, and Kasten thinks that Constantine “hijacked Christianity as a means to solidify his power.” Constantine convened the Council of Nicaea in 325, and the Nicene Creed merged God the Father with God the Son and God the Holy Spirit to form the Trinity. Kasten says Constantine left Jesus out. This is a misreading of the Nicene Creed. Jesus is God the Son. Constantine appointed himself “messiah,” mistakenly believing that Jesus incarnated to throw off the Romans and make himself king of Israel, but failed. This was supposed to be the “theoretical foundation for the Roman Empire,” but I do not know what Kasten means by this.************************* The Merovingian kings observed strict dynastic succession, and the Nazarene philosophy espoused by Mary Magdalene and her descendants prevailed in the Frankish and British kingdoms. After the death of Constantine barbarians invaded Rome, and the religious rule of bishops and popes was severely weakened. So the bishops plotted to bring the western kingdoms under Catholicism. In 496 King Clovis, who had expanded the Frankish kingdom, had a battlefield conversion (Kasten). When he called on Jesus, his enemies fell back and disappeared. Bishop Anastasius of Rome baptized him, promising him that he would be the successor to Constantine and that the Holy Roman Empire would become Merovingian. Kasten says:”These kinds of promises by Reptilian proteges are always broken. They are simply vows of convenience.”************************** The Battle of Tours in 732, won by the hero Pepin the Short, saved Europe from Muslim domination. In 753 Pope Zachary was being threatened by the kings of Lombardy, who were demanding tribute from him. The pope went to France to meet Pepin, a close ally of the pope. The pope, Stephen II, made a deal with Pepin. Pepin would launch a campaign against the Lombards and turn over their cities to the papacy. In return the pope would crown Pepin King of France and name his sons as successors (Charles and Carloman). This put France under the control of the Roman Church and made it subject to the teachings of the bishops and popes. Kasten says:”Thus the Reptilian controllers of the Church of Rome and the pope took a giant step toward rulership over the entire civilized world at that time.” NOTE: Why does Kasten assume that Reptilians were functioning in the Church at that time? He offers no proof or evidence. He further says:” the Brotherhood was now positioned to impose mind control over all their subjects in Europe.” And “the ultimate intent was to suppress higher consciousness, and thus to keep the populace docile and controllable.” Where is he getting this?! The Reptilian plan was to globalize religion, which was the key to global control by their Illuminati puppets and the means of retaking the surface world. In 771 Charles began rule as Charlemagne I. Charlemagne protected the papacy and added many kingdoms to his domain. In 800 he was crowned Emperor by Leo III. Emperors after that had to be anointed by the pope; this tradition further globalized the Church. Between the 9th and 16th Centuries 30 Holy Roman Emperors were crowned, and, in this way, the Catholic Church dominated all of Europe. But the Church became intolerant as her power grew. She had problems with the Cathars from the 11th to the 14th Centuries. They were rebellious, and the Church cracked down. Mary Magdalene had lived in the Languedoc region of France, and the views of her descendants reflected her teachings: male-female equality, reincarnation, refusal to eat animal products and use of contraception (Kasten). The Cathars also rejected the priesthood, which led to a severe reaction from the Church. In 1209 the pope ordered everyone in the city of Beziers to be slaughtered and the city be burned to the ground. The movement was put down by a crusade in which more than half a million Catharists were killed. This repression set the example for future dealings with rebellious movements (Kasten).