The first Jesuits were crypto‑Jews.   Ignatius Loyola himself was a crypto‑Jew of the Occult

     Cabala.   A crypto‑Jew is a Jew who converts to another religion and outwardly embraces the new

     religion, while secretly maintaining Jewish practices. As John Torell explains: "In 1491 San Ignacio de

     Loyola was born in the Basque province of Guipuzcoa, Spain.   His parents were Marranos and at the

     time of his birth the family was very wealthy. As a young man he became a member of the Jewish

     Illuminati order in Spain. As a cover for his crypto Jewish activities, he became very active as a

     Roman Catholic. On May 20, 1521 Ignatius (as he was now called) was wounded in a battle, and

     became a semi‑cripple. Unable to succeed in the military and political arena, he started a quest for

     holiness and eventually ended up in Paris where he studied for the priesthood. In 1539 he had

     moved to Rome where he founded the "JESUIT ORDER," which was to become the most vile, bloody

     and persecuting order in the Roman Catholic Church.   In 1540, the current Pope Paul III approved

     the order. At Loyola's death in 1556 there were more than 1000 members in the Jesuit order,

     located in a number of nations."

     Ignatius of Loyola's secretary, Polanco, was of Jewish descent and was the only person present at

     Loyola's deathbed. James Lainez, who succeeded Loyola as the second Jesuit General, was also of

     Jewish descent. Jews were attracted to the Jesuit order and joined in large numbers.   Lacunza was

     no exception. He was a Jew, which explains why he introduced the eschatological teaching of a

     return to the Jewish animal sacrifices during the Millennium.   (In a book titled The Coming of the

     Messiah in Glory and Majesty published in 1812, 11 years after the death of its author, Jesuit

     Emanuel de Lacunza who, wrote under the fictitious pen name of a purportedly converted Jew,

     Rabbi Juan Josaphat Ben Ezra, in order to conceal his identity and to make his writings more

     palatable to the Protestant readers. He promoted the writings of sixteenth century Jesuit priest

     Francisco Ribera, developing a futuristic perspective which restricted the prophetic fulfillments in the

     book of Revelation to the end of the world).   Lacunza also wrote that during a millennium after the

     tribulation the Jewish animal sacrifices would be reinstated along with the Eucharist (the mass) of

     the Catholic Church. Lacunza has followed after Jewish fables and replaced the commandments of

     God with the commandments of men. That doctrine gives the Jews primacy in God's plan and

     relegates Christians to a prophetic parenthetical to be supplanted by the Jews during the

     thousand year earthly reign of Christ.