THREE CITIES: One ring to rule them all


The Ring of the Fisherman, also known as the Piscatory Ring, Annulus Piscatoris (in Latin) and the Anello Piscatorio (in Italian), is an official part of the regalia worn by the Pope.

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THIS VIDEO is necessary information for those who prefer to learn history rather than assume they have all the facts about how the world operates.  The intriguing history in this video can be verified by those who care to research it. If you realize the truth about who really is in power on planet earth, the trilogy Lord of the Rings, written by J.R.R. Tolkien, whose children all attended the Jesuit Stonyhurst College, will take on a new allegorical meaning to you, especially if you read the article at this link.  What appears to some Christians as an allegorical tale of the Christian journey is in reality the tale of Tolkien who drew inspiration for his book from the environment of the Jesuit’s Stonyhurst College. Tolkien’s trilogy appears to the discerning reader to be more of a metaphorical road-map used to outline the Jesuit’s plot to regain their kingdom after their demise as an empire occurred in conjunction with the Bible being printed in the common language of the people.  If you really want to delve into the history that is edited out of your school books, then read the books at the same link.This knowledge will bring new insight into Tolkien’s popular mantra:

“One ring to rule them all one ring to find them one ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them”



Episcopal rings for bishops and archbishops, (Musée national du Moyen Âge, hôtel de Cluny, Paris)