As we are possibly on the verge of WWIII and after the recent discussions on the nuclear bombings of Catholic cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the Freemason President Truman, I started thinking about the four German Jesuit Priests that lived eight blocks away from the Shima Hospital (ground zero) in Hiroshima. The four Priests lived in the Jesuit rectory next door to the the Roman Catholic church, “Our Lady’s Assumption”. The rectory was the only surviving wooden structure that survived the blast in the immediate area of the atomic bomb “Little Boy” on August 6th, 1945. These four surviving missionaries were “living” the Fatima Message and praying the rosary every day. The four priests were: Father Hugo Lassalle, S.J. [b. in Germany in 1898 – d. 1990] Superior of the Rectory and Church; Father Wilhelm Kleinsorge, S.J. [b. in Germany in 1907 – d. on November 17, 1977]; Father Hubert Cieslik, S.J.; and Father Hubert Schiffer, S.J.
Father Schiffer, S.J. could not understand how, IF not through the intercession of Our Lady of Fatima, because of their daily recitation of the Holy Rosary, they could have survived the extreme temperatures and pressure surges produced by the Atom bomb, let alone the radiation. Nine days later, on the Feast Day of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, Wednesday, August 15, 1945, the military of the United States in that region was ordered to cease fire. From the survivors of a fifteen-kilometer radius, the Jesuits were the only people who, after fifteen years, were still alive. All the rest had died due to radiation exposure. At the time of the detonation and radiation fall-out, the Jesuits converted their Novitiate at Nagatsuka, a suburb by the mountains near Hiroshima, into a makeshift hospital and managed to care for two hundred severely burnt and scarred people.
This story reminds me of Daniel Chapter 3, of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego who were sent into a blazing furnace because of their stand to exclusively serve their God alone. King Nebuchadnezzar II, of Babylon, built a nine-story high statue, made of gold. When the project was complete, he prepared a dedication ceremony to this image, ordering all surrounding inhabitants to bow down and worship it. The consequence for not worshiping the idol, upon hearing the cue of instruments, was execution in a fiery furnace. By God’s angel, they were delivered out of harm’s way from this order of execution by the King of Babylon. The four Jesuit Priests also endured the fires of the atomic furnace by standing up for their God and denying to worship anything the Freemason Truman was forcing on them and their country. The faith of these four Priests was testament of their survival after the rumors of war loomed overhead.
Here are some other presidents, who were Freemasons, who brought the world to where it is today:
(1) Washington, George 1732-1799
(3) Jefferson, Thomas 1743-1826
(4) Madison, James 1751-1836
(5) Monroe, James 1758-1831
(7) Jackson, Andrew 1767-1845
(11) Polk, James Knox 1795-1849
(15) Buchanan, James 1791-1868
(17) Johnson, Andrew 1808-1875
(20) Garfield, James Abram 1831-1881
(25) McKinley, William 1843-1901
(26) Roosevelt, Theodore 1858-1919
(27) Taft, William Howard 1857-1930
(29) Harding, Warren Gamaliel 1865-1923
(32) Roosevelt, Franklin Delano 1882-1945
(33) Truman, Harry S. 1884-1972
Ecclesiastes 9:18; Better is wisdom, than weapons of war: and he that shall offend in one, shall lose many good things.
Matthew 24:6; And you shall hear of wars and rumours of wars. See that ye be not troubled. For these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.