Rayelan discusses Oct. 13 in the context of the Knights Templars and founding of the US Navy

Rayelan expands upon RMN agent Patriotlad’s post that the U.S. Navy was founded on Oct. 13, 1775, the 468th anniversary of the Knights Templars‘ demise at the hands of Phillip the Fair of France.

— Resolution of the Continental Congress, October 13, 1775

“Resolved, That a swift sailing vessel, to carry ten carriage guns, and a proportionable number of swivels, with eighty men, be fitted, with all possible despatch, for a cruise of three months, and that the commander be instructed to cruize eastward, for intercepting such transports as may be laden with warlike stores and other supplies for our enemies, and for such other purposes as the Congress shall direct.

That a Committee of three be appointed to prepare an estimate of the expence, and lay the same before the Congress, and to contract with proper persons to fit out the vessel.

Resolved, that another vessel be fitted out for the same purposes, and that the said committee report their opinion of a proper vessel, and also an estimate of the expence.”

Gunther Russbacher, Rayelan’s late husband and former CIA operative, believed that there are two powerful factions who have been battling for control of the world for centuries. He called them Faction One and Faction Two. In modern times, Faction One is often defined as the New World Order or the Illuminati or the Crown Agents operating out of the City of London. For a thousand years, perhaps even longer, the two sides (Phillip the Fair and his minions vs. the Knights Templars, the British East India Company vs. American Colonists, the Federal Reserve vs. sound money proponents) have waged a long and costly war for control.

As Rayelan relates in her RMN post entitled, “MOST INTERESTING!! Especially in LIGHT of what Gunther told me about the Templars and the Navies of the World,” one of the intriguing bits of information that her late husband confided in her was the fact that the navies of the world are more loyal to each other than to the country in which they belong. Moreover, promotions among naval ranks are often determined by their allegiance to and support of a particular faction, not their abilities alone.

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