Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Expulsion of Jesuits and California history

1759 Jesuits expelled from Portugal and Portuguese empire 1764 expelled from France 1767 expelled from Spain and Spanish empire 1784 expelled from Hungary and Austria “but after restoration by Pope in 1814 they began returning to most of the places from which they had been expelled.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suppression_of_the_Society_of_Jesus Replacing the Jesuits, in California 1769 Father Serra and the Franciscans came and built a chain of missions along the coastal area, actually at chakra points, from San Diego to Sonoma—the Queen of the Franciscan Missions was/is at Santa Barbara. Morya chose the site for the Summit Lighthouse westcoast center just a few hundred yards southward from Mission Santa Barbara in 1969. By 1976 Jesus and Morya/Mark/Mother/Merlin, staff, community and elemental life were able to secure a central outpost at Pasadena, then in 1978 Camelot at the foot of the Santa Monica Mts., and then in the early 1980s in Paradise Valley, Montana. -r, mt. shasta, ca -Joanne Dose, 1988

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