Seven Years' War

The Seven Years' War was a global military conflict  between the United Kingdom (House of Hanover), Prussia (Frederick the Great, Hohenzollern-Hanover), Spain and France (Bourbon), financed by the City of London and their British East Indian Company from 1756 to 1763 with approximately more than a million casualties, started as a distraction from Catholic Church, the Habsburgs and jesuits) to take over the opium trade in India and China through the BEIC.

France was ruled by the House of Bourbon (Louis XV). Maria Therese Habsburg had taken Silesia from mason Frederick II (Frederick the Great, House of Hohenzollern-Hanover) in the Austrian war of Succession.

The US colonies of the British Empire (James Wolfe, John Forbes) had fought the French during the French-Indian War (1754-1763). James Wolfe was a member of the masonic lodge of Nova Scotia with the son of George Sackville, grandmaster of the lodge of Ireland.

Frederick the Great worked with his Catholic ally Frederick II of Hesse-Kassel ('enlightened despotism', married to the daughter of Britain's King George II).

Frederick II the Great and his court jew Daniel Itzig debased the Saxonian currency.

The Austrians defeated the Prussians at the Battle of Lobositz in 1756. Jeronimo Grimaldi (Pallavicini) was Chief Minister of Spain.

In 1757 Frederick the Great defeated Austria in the Battle of Prague (Bohemia) and was again defeated at the Battle of Kolin. The same year his Dragoons defeated the French at the Battle of Rossbach (Saxony). Robert Clive, mason Eyre Coote (Order of the Bath, Jacobite Rising of the Stuarts) and the EIC army defeat the Nawab of Benghal and their French allies.

The decline of the French monarchy eventually led to the French Revolution.

Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel was head of the Lodge of the Three Globes, Motherlodge of Germany. James Wolfe played a role in the military defeat of the french.

In 1766 William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham became pm of the UK.

The war was won by the Anglo-Prussian alliance and resulted in the Treaty of St Petersburg and Treaty of Paris. It generated a fortune for the Vatican and the Jesuits (Cardinal Braschi) and for Frederick II of Hesse, who had his money managed by the jew Mayer Rothschild from 1769.

Frederick North (Lord North) was pm of the UK from 1770 to 1782 under king George III and associated with Catholic John Stuart and Lord Dartmouth (founder of Dartmouth College).

Frederick the Great and Frederick II of Hesse leased his army to his cousin George II (house of Hanover George I Brunswick-Lunenberg) to quell the American Revolution in 1765.

In 1773 sun king Louis XIV who lived at the palace of Versailles, married Marie Therese Habsburg and helped to develop Scottish Rite freemasonry (with double headed eagle symbol of the Habsburgs).

Frederick the Great wrote The History of the Seven Years' War.

Like the Thirty Years' War, the Seven Years' War was a global sacrifice ritual in anticipation of the WW1 and WW2 ritual with Hitler as the new Frederick the Great.

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