provided about one-third of the grant money going to religious groups.
In terms of foundation power, the manipulation of Christendom can not hardly be underestimated. In order to stand in line for life-sustaining finances, Christian institutions have to "prostitute" themselves to the wishes of the One-World-Conspiracy.
AN EXAMPLE OF A SMALL FOUNDATION—HOUSTON ENDOWMENT
The Mason Jesse H. Jones created the Houston Endowment. The disbursement of grants in 1984 give us an example of a small Foundation which is working for the One-World-System. In 1984, Houston endowment gave out the following grant amounts14: Abilene Christian University- $50,000 Jewish Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith- $5,000 Asbury Theological Seminary- $5,000 Baylor College of Medicene- $30,366 Baylor University- $795,000 Congregation Beth Israel (synagogue)- $5,000 First Presbyterian Church of Houston- $5,000
Georgetown Univ. Center for Strategy and International Studies- $25,000
Houston Baptist University- $152,000
Incarnate Word College- $25,000
Jarvis Christian College- $50,000
Masonic Knight Templar Eye Foundation- $15,000
Masonic Shriner's Hospitals for Crippled Children- $419,240
St. Mary's University- $50,000
Salvation Army- $397,611
Texas Christian Univ.- $50,000 Texas Lutheran College- $215,000 Texas Wesleyan College $50,000 Trinity Univ.- $55,000
It is clear that these institutions must not be rocking the boat concerning the Freemasons. It is also noteworthy that the radical Jewish ADL which has bombed and assasinated people ruthlessly is a recepient. Until this book, few people would have seen any link between the Church of Christ, Jewish synagogues, Baptists, Lutherans, Methodists, Catholics, Presbyterians, and Salvation Army concerns. This book is exposing that the Masons have interest in all of these groups.
AN EXAMPLE OF A LARGE FOUNDATION—
In the book The Unholy Alliance details are given on how the seminaries, church boards and Christian colleges have been captured. Much of the money for this came from the Rockefellers. One of the principle large Foundations that was instrumental in controlling religious institutions of various kinds was the Sealantic Fund. (They have now shifted to other channels.)
This Foundation which was incorporated in 1938 and was headquartered in New York City (50 West 50th St.) gave enormous sums of money to manipulate Protestant concerns. In 1964, according to the Russell Sage Foundation's book The Foundation Directory the Sealantic Fund gave away $681, 886 in grants.15 In 1969, the Fund gave $1,889,550 in grants.16
By 1984, the Sealantic Fund was not being used. But a look at another Rockefeller non-profit untaxed Foundation the Rockefeller Brother's Fund shows a revealing grant pattern. Until this book, many people would not be able to assimilate the meaning of this pattern. Although these other Rockefeller Foundations are not specifically geared toward religion such as the Sealantic Fund was it is clear these other Foundations still impact religion.
SELECTED GRANTS IN 1984 OF THE ROCKEFELLER BRO. FUND17
Council on Foundations- $41,000 (This money was according to R.B. Fund info "Toward work of project which will carry out recommendations from study that points out lack of knowledge about global interdependence and about relationship between international and domestic issues. Emphasis will be placed on information and educational programs to help funders become more familiar with and learn how to analyze opportunities for international grantmaking."
Harlem Interfaith Counseling Service- $100,000.
Private Agencies Collaborating Together -$25,000 ("encourages collaboration among private development agencies working in Africa, Asia, and Latin America...")
Trilateral Commission - $240,000
SELECTED GRANTS IN 1984 OF THE ROCKEFELLER FAMILY FUND & ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION18
ACLU -$15,000, AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOC. -$42,000, AMER. PHILOSOPHICAL ASSOC. -$57,500, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA -$25,000, CATHOLIC UNIV.
OF CHILE- $224,200, COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS -$165,000, NAACP- $100,000, POPULATION COUNCIL -$1,235,000, UNIV. OF NOTRE DAME -$25,000
Catholic institutions have been large recepients of grants from foundations connected to the World Order. The next chapter will explore the Catholic church's part in the One-World-Religion.
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