Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Phrase → servi camerae regis

One Evil: Lexica Dei Divinus - Letter S - Word: servi camerae regis <!--[if gte IE 9]> <![endif]

lexica Lexica → Phrase → servi camerae regis

Letter namees (es-)

Definition for servi camerae regis
Phrase:servi camerae regis
DA Name:servi camerae regis
Source Language:Latin
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Definition:Late 13th Century phrase meaning "serfs of the Royal Treasury" (translates literally as "servants of the royal chamber") associated with the co-ordinated action of the Roman Cult and its key vassals --including Rudolph Habsburg, Edward I of England and Louis II Wittlesbach of Bavaria--to subjugate Jewish Venetian trading families and their property that had settled in their key cities, namely Zurich, London and Munich using the fraud of USURY to demand all transactions be conducted by these Jewish families. The individual members of these banking franchises controlled by the Roman Cult were called COMPANIONS and each major group within a city was called a COMPANY.