Tuesday, August 27, 2013

The Astor Bloodline

Post by: Anthony Brae


Understanding the Illuminati is incomplete without understanding the elite 13 Bloodlines.  They are the movers and shakers of the world, and they mostly operate far away from public scrutiny.  For centuries, if not thousands of years, these bloodlines have molded our society according to an agenda unfathomable to most.

One of these bloodlines is the Astor family.  In the 19th century, they dominated New York City through the selling of furs, opium trafficking, banking, and real estate.  The 20th century saw the Astors gracing London society through their ties to the Masons, the Royal Institute of International Affairs (the British equivalent to the Council on Foreign Relations), the Pilgrim Society, and the Group' (Britain's version of the Skull & Bones secret society).

In the book BLOODLINES OF THE ILLUMINATI, Fritz Springmeier examines the Astor bloodline, digging underneath common public information to reveal the crude objectives of the Astors, beginning with John Jacob Astor (1763-1848) arriving in New York at 21 years of age.  What follows is a rise to success that can only be realistically attributed to connections held in the established occult circles of Germany (his former home) and England (where he spent time on his way to the United States).  (To his credit, however, John Jacob went down with the Titanic; eliminating one of the strongest opposing forces toward the Federal Reserve.)  Today, the Astor fortune is thought to be dwindling, but Mr. Springmeier claims it to be in the vicinity of $40 billion.


And an amusing article from New York Magazine that explains the impetus for the original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, and also shows the zeal the Astors had for New York society, as well as the spite.

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