The Money Throne


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“The Rothschilds, the wealthiest family in the world, believe in their legacy. Unity, the dynasty, and the bloodline were and still are the main core of their power. They never betrayed or competed, and always stood by the hierarchical priorities of the family. For the bankers’ monarchy there exists another type of hierarchy. The “blue blood” is not the only blessing that sits kings on their throne. There is a “Secret Throne” hidden in such plain sight that we have been fooled to notice. That secret is where “Real Kings” ascend to a real throne, and that is: “The Money Throne.”

On June 24, 1814, Amschel Lord Rothschild, the founder of Rothschild Empire, in a letter to his son, Nathan Rothschild, quotes from Sir Davidson’s book, The Shadow of a Great Man. “As long as a house is like yours, and as long as you work together with your brothers, not a house in the world will be able to compete with you, to cause you harm or to take advantage of you, for together you can undertake and perform more than any house in the world.”

Another example of this dynastic unity is in a letter written by Salomon Rothschild, one of Amschel Rothschild’s five sons (Anselm, Nathan, Salomon, Karl, James), to his brother Nathan on Feb. 28, 1815, which says: “We are like the mechanism of a watch: Each part is essential”.

Dig into their books, quotations, and beliefs to learn that they believe that money is what makes the world go round. If you have money, you can do anything. Money is their god; money is the throne, money is the ideology and money is the lifeblood that links the real kings. The essential key to worship and serve this god, to sit on this throne and to go forward with this ideology is that obsessive “unity” among themselves. The strategy is to keep all crossroads under their control and to divide the enemy.

Heinrich Heine, poet and philosopher, who himself was the son of a banker, once said: “Money is the God of our time, and Rothschild is his prophet.” There is also a quote by Amschel Rothschild which says: “Give me control of the economics of a country, and I care not who makes her laws.”


The path of influence that leads to the Rothschilds and the method they use to keep this power among them is marriage. Like the royals of history, these marriages were pre-selected from a family tree (for the Rothschilds it was a board attached to a contemporary world map). The goal “who-where-how” was to shape new units to serve the dynasty; to expand and to empower the kingdom. Many Rothschild marriages were within the family, usually with first cousins, unless there was no “must merge” with an influential outsider family. It can hardly come as a shock that perversion, occultism and the swinging lifestyle are the dominant way of life in these elite families.