Stewart was the Grand Master of the witchcraft covens in that area of Scotland. and the
McDonalds were supporters of him. Also in the 17
century the McDonalds were forced
to participate with others in piracy.
Sara Aynn Collins (bn. c. 1730) was deeply attracted to the occult. Her family was a
generational Witchcraft/Satanic family, but many of them wanted to abandon the occult.
Besides not wanting to leave the old family traditions of witchcraft, Sara
did not want to
marry the man her father tried to sell her to. Neither the arranged marriage nor forsaking
witchcraft was for Sara. She went to Scotland to get to the heart of learning the occult
and became a leader in the oldest form of Wicca, the Elven Path
. (Other traditional
types of Wicca in the U.S. come from Ireland, Wales, and Greece.) After the American
Revolution she left Scotland skilled in occult power, and came back to the United
States, where she formed the first Covendom of Wicca
. She and her brother were
powerful Wiccans, and their descendants are the main group of Collins that practice
Wicca and Satanism.
A wild woman stabbed Sara Aynn Collins to death in a Boston store. What you have just
received is the important link in tracing the
Satanic Collins bloodline. Sara Aynn Collins
(and there were several Sarah Ann Collins in her day it seems the name appealed to
the Collins family) is in turn a descendent of Francis Collins of the 17
was the head of the family when it came over from England. The Todd family seems to
have Satanic undertones to it, even in the days just after the Revolutionary War. For
instance, John Jacob Astor married Sarah Todd who had a fair amount of money
attached to her. The Todd surname is not an extremely common name until one begins
researching the conspiracy, and then it pops up with frequency.
The biographies of the DuPont family usually begin with the marriage of Samuel DuPont
to Anne Alexandrine Montechanin in 1737 in Paris, France. Although Anne was a
Huguenot, she was a medium with the spirit world. Anne came from an ancient noble
family that lived in Burgandy, France. It is quite possible that it was Anne’s bloodline
that gave the DuPonts their occult power. Anne’s bloodline may possibly tie in to the
House of David
. At any rate, Samuel and Anne’s son was the first DuPont to rise to
greatness, and the first DuPont that can be connected directly to the Illuminati. Samuel
and Anne’s son was Pierre Samuel DuPont
. Later Pierre Samuel added de Nemours to
his name to prevent confusion between him and other French legislatures named
Dupont. Pierre Samuel DuPont was a genius. Pierre’s mother taught him to be a
medium with spirits, but early on Pierre had to deny it publicly. His father Samuel could
not understand the boy’s genius, such as his ability at age 12 to translate Greek and
Latin at sight.
Pierre Samuel DuPont’s mother dies when he is 16. Pierre no longer had a parent in the
family who could understand him, and after getting one of his frequent beatings from his
father, he ran away, and was spared near starvation by his Uncle Pierre de Monchantin
Initially, Pierre was a watchmaker. But within a short time he attracted the attention of
several top Illuminati for his ability to write good tracts, and articles that advocated
various economic and political views that they wanted promoted. Pierre Joined the
Freemasons, and at some point was illuminized, as most of the French lodges became.
Although Pierre went through severe financial difficulties after the French Revolution, he
regularly made payments to Masonic organizations in France. Besides being friends
with all the famous Masons of the time, one Mason brother of his, worthy of note is the
French astronomer Lalande, who helped hide him during the revolution.