Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George

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Group.png Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George  
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MottoIn hoc signo vinces
(In this sign thou shalt conquer)
FounderHouse of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
HeadquartersBasilica of the Holy Cross in Via Flaminia, Rome, Italy
InterestsGladio, Opus Dei, Norway/Stay behind
Membership• Eugenio Pacelli
• Francesco Cossiga
• Oscar Luigi Scalfaro
• Silvio Berlusconi
• Lamberto Dini
• Maria Elisabetta Alberti Casellati
• Albert II of Monaco
• Francesco Filiasi
• Antonino Zichichi
• Gabriele Albertini
• William Wakefield Baum
• Andrew Bertie
• Constantine II of Greece
• Giacomo Biffi
• Carlo Caffarra
• Andrzej Ciechanowiecki
• George Pell
• Otto von Habsburg
• Juan Carlos
• Bertie Ahern
• John Bruton
• Salvatore Cuffaro
• Arnaldo Forlani
• Joaquín Navarro-Valls
• David Alton
• Giulio Andreotti
• Juan Manuel Santos
• Gerhard Ludwig Müller
• Darío Castrillón Hoyos
• Antonio Innocenti
• Mario Francesco Pompedda
• Simeon II of Bulgaria
• Chris Patten
• Gloria Hooper
• Norman Lamont
• Anthony Cavendish
• Carlo de Bourbon

The Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George (SMOCG) is a dynastic order of knighthood with Catholic members.

The order prioritizes recruitment of military personnel.

Stay behind

In the Norwegian branch, many of the members were also part of stay behind during the Cold War, including Harald Grande, the "janitor" of the old stay behind; Jan-Erik Wilhelmsen; and Kåre Norwald Eikeland.[1]

Around 2004, the son of Kåre Norwald Eikeland, Stig Junker Eikeland, recruited mercenary Jostein Mølbach to the order, in an attempt to revitalize it. Mølbach was shown a basement in Oslo containing 30 cubic meters of guns, revolvers and ammunition of slightly older vintage, which he presumed originated from stay behind depots. The weapons were in the process of being packaged for transport, possibly to be sent to covert operations or armed conflicts abroad.[1]

According to Mølbach, members of the order had also removed large parts of the archives of the Norwegian Intelligence Service before the 1994 Lund Commission was to investigate illegal surveillance. The archive cases were hidden in trucks with aid shipments for Latvia, redirected to Bergen, where they were hidden in an old submarine bunker, before the trucks continued to Latvia.[1]


Known members

13 of the 37 of the members already have pages here:

Giulio Andreotti"The ultimate insider of Italian political life", who as Italian Prime Minister publicly confirmed the existence of Operation Gladio
Silvio BerlusconiItalian media magnate, three time Prime Minister of Italy, bunga bunga parties ...
Andrew Bertie
John BrutonClub de Madrid, Triple Bilderberger Irish politician
Anthony Cavendish"Leading member" of Le Cercle.
Arnaldo Forlani
Otto von HabsburgAustrian deep politician, connected to Le Cercle, Opus Dei, Knights of Malta ...
Norman LamontLong time Chairman of Le Cercle, financier, politician and deep politician, involved in arms and financial deals.
Eugenio Pacelli
Chris PattenSuspected UK deep state operative
George PellArchbishop with friends in high places
Oscar Luigi Scalfaro
Juan Carlos I of Spain
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  1. a b c Finn Sjue, Ronald Bye, Ravnen (2017), page 315-320

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