Nero Aristocrazia

The Black Nobility are the core and foundation of the global crime syndicate. They are the owners and controllers of the Vatican, Holy See, Society of Jesus, Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Knights of Columbus, and Cosa Nostra. The Black Nobility are the centralized group within the royal and noble families of Europe and they are married in with most European royalty. The Black Nobility are the rulers of the former Papal States and they work closely with the other Italian noble families. The top bloodlines of the Black Nobility own and control the Vatican. They covertly manage the European Monarchies as branches of their corporatized Roman empire. The word Catholic by definition means universal. The Black Nobility use the Vatican as an intelligence network with their Episcopal See’s as the overseers of districts. Archbishops are the highest level of oversight in their territories and they oversee religion, politics, business, education, and organized crime. Jesuits are used as spies and for infiltration. Jesuits are involved with mass mind control and they use their universities for recruiting agents for Rome. The Order of Malta is a military council and it engineers of wars. The Knights of Columbus are used for infiltration into politics, police, and law. Mafias are used as their enforcers which corrupt, blackmail, and extort businessmen, politicians, and bankers. The Holy See is a corporate entity and through fraudulent contracts the Black Nobility attempt to incorporate governments and other corporate entities under its authority. The most dominant bloodlines of the Black Nobility include the Massimo, Colonna, Pallavicini, Odescalchi, Gaetani, Torlonia, Borghese, Aldobrandini, Lucchsesi-Palli, Corsini, Medici, and Sforza-Cesarini families. Below are a mix of Black Nobility and Italian royals and nobles or a mixture of all three.

Prince Pio Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Prince Stefano Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Count Carlo Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Prince Pietro Pio Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Count Umberto Antonio Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Countess Stefania Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Count Ferrante Emanuele Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Count Ludovico Roberto Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Count Michel Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Countess Maria Beatrice Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Countess Eva Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Countess Bernadette Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Countess Charlotte Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Count Adinolfo Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Count Enrico Lucchesi-Palli of Campofranco
Prince Fabrizio Massimo-Brancaccio
Princess Barbara Massimo-Brancaccio and Borghese
Prince (???) Massimo-Brancaccio (Father of Giacomo and half brother of Fabrizio)
Prince Giacomo Leone Massimo-Brancaccio
Prince Stefano Massimo of Roccasecca
Prince Cesare Massimo of Roccasecca
Prince Valerio Massimo of Roccasecca
Prince Tancredi Rara Massimo of Roccasecca
Prince Ferdinado Massimo
Prince Ascanio Massimo
Princess Lavinia Massimo
Princess Maria Eleonora Massimo
Prince Carlo Massimo
Princess Elisa Massimo and of Osorio
Prince Filippo Massimo-Lancellotti
Prince Ludovico Massimo-Lancellotti
Prince Ascanio Massimo-Lancellotti
Count Stefano Massa of Sorrento
Count Sergio Massa of Sorrento
Countess Beatrice Del Bono Venezze of Giustiniani-Venice
Count Vittorio Del Bono Venezze of Giustiniani-Venice
Count Matteo Giustiniani of Sardi
Count Jacopo Giustiniani of Sardi
Prince Niccolo Giustiniani
Prince Roffredo Gaetani-D’Aragona-Lovatelli
Prince Gelasio Gaetani-D’Aragona-Lovatelli
Prince Bonifacio Gaetani-Dell’Aquilla-D’Aragona
Prince Andrea Cattaneo-Della Volta
Prince Carlo Gregorio Cattaneo of Sant Elia
Count Leone Contini-Bonacossi
Prince Vitaliano XI Borromeo
Countess Beatrice Borromeo
Countess Matilde Borromeo
Count Carlo Fernando Borromeo
Count Carlo Borromeo II
Count Alberto Passi de Preposulo
Count Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo
Countess Fulvia Filangeris
Princess Isabella Collalto de Croy
Prince Nicolo Boncompagni-Ludovisi (dead)
Prince Francesco Boncompagni-Ludovisi
Prince Bante Boncompagni-Ludovisi
Prince Luigi Boncompagni-Ludovisi
Prince Alessandro Jacopo Boncompagni-Ludovisi
Prince Roberto Vergara-Cafarelli
Prince Corrado Vergara-Caffarelli
Princess Daniela Vergara-Caffarelli
Prince Francesco Vergara-Caffarelli
Prince Giovanni Maria Vergara-Caffarelli
Prince Filippo Vergara-Caffarelli
Prince Riccardo Vergara-Caffarelli
Princess Manuela Vergara-Caffarelli
Baron Emilio Galli-Zugaro
Baron Fabrizio Galli-Zugaro
Baron Umberto Galli-Zugaro
Marqius Riccardo Imperiali
Prince Rosario Imperiali
Marquis Andrea Imperiali di Francavilla
Princess Margherita Imperiali di Francavilla
Marchesa Federica Imperiali di Francavilla
Prince Camillo Aldobrandini
Prince Clemente Aldobrandini
Prince (???) Aldobrandini the Duke of Brindisi (Brother of Camillo)
Princess Olimpia Aldobrandini-Rothschild
Countess Cristiania Agnelli Condesa Brandolini di Adda
Count Brandino Brandolini di Adda
Count Ruy Brandolini di Adda
Count Guido Brandolini di Adda
Countess Bianca Brandolini di Adda
Prince Bosio Sforza-Cesarini
Count Ascanio Sforza-Cesarini
Count Muzio Sforza-Cesarini
Prince Annibale Brivio Sforza
Princess Marta Brivio Sforza
Duke Giangaleazzo Visconti di Modrone
Duchess Osanna Visconti di Modrone
Count Luchino Visconti di Modrone
Count Raimondo Visconti di Modrone
Countess Madina Visconti di Modrone
Prince Giberto di Arrivabene-Valenti-Gonzaga
Countess Bianca di Arrivabene-Valenti-Gonzaga
Duke Benigno Melzi D’Eril
Prince Francesco Melzi D’Eril
Prince Giovanni Angelo Theodoli-Braschi
Princess Cosi Theodoli-Braschi
Princess Ines Theodoli-Torlonia
Prince Guglielmo Giovanelli-Marconi
Prince Alessandro Torlonia (dead)
Prince Giovanni Torlonia
Prince Marino Torlonia
Prince Guido Torlonia
Prince Giulio Torlonia
Count Alessandro Lequio-Torlonia
Count Alex Lequio-Torlonia
Duke Leopoldo Torlonia
Marquis Ferdinando Filippo del Drago
Prince Marcantonio del Drago
Princess Noelle del Drago
Prince Filippo del Drago-Marescotti
Princess Alessandra del Drago-Marescotti
Count Manfredo Paulucci de Calboli
Prince Piero Antinori
Prince-Pastor Piero Visconti
Prince-Pastor Alessandro Paradisi
Count Massimo Pierleoni
Princess Maria Camilla Pallavicini
Prince Moroello Diaz della Vittoria Pallavicini
Prince Sigieri Diaz della Vittoria Pallavicini
Prince Filippo Rospigliosi
Prince Michele Odescalchi
Prince Mark Odescalchi
Prince Carlo Odescalchi
Prince Baldassare Odescalchi
Princess Lucia Odescalchi
Princess Sofia Odescalchi
Prince Vittorio Emanuele IV of Savoy and Prince of Naples
Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy and Prince of Venice
Princess Clotilde of Savoy and Princess of Venice
Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy
Princess Maria Beatrice of Savoy
Princess Maria Isabella of Savoy-Genoa
Prince Amedeo of Savoy-Aosta
Prince Aimone of Savoy-Aosta
Princess Maria Cristina of Savoy-Aosta
Prince Lilio Sforza Ruspoli
Princess Maria Pia Ruspoli
Prince Costantino Mario Ruspoli the Prince of Poggio Suasa
Prince Franceso Ruspoli
Princess Giacinta Ruspoli
Princess Giorgia Pacelli
Prince Francesco Pacelli
Prince Filippo Pacelli
Prince Jonathan Doria-Pamphilj-Landi
Prince Giovanni Landi di Chiavenna
Prince Ludovico Landi di Chiavenna
Prince Manfredi Landi di Chiavenna
Prince Prospero Colonna di Stigliano
Princess Vittoria Colonna di Stigliano
Princess Lucrezia Colonna di Stigliano
Prince Stefano Colonna di Stigliano
Princess Catherine Colonna de Stigliano
Prince Prospero Colonna di Paliano
Prince Marcantonio Colonna di Paliano
Prince Ascanio Colonna di Paliano
Prince Piero Colonna di Paliano
Princess Olimpia Colonna di Paliano
Prince Urbano Riario Sforza-Barberini-Colonna di Sciarra
Prince Oddone Colonna
Prince Raimondo Orsini
Prince Domenico Napoleon Orsini
Prince Girolamo Strozzi
Prince Maurizio Ferrante Gonzaga
Prince Corrado Gonzaga
Prince Filippo Corsini
Prince Duccio Corsini
Prince Lorenzo de Medici-Tornaquinci-Foscari
Prince Ottaviano de Medici
Prince Giuliano de Medici
Prince Lorenzo de Medici
Princess Alessandra Borghese
Prince Francesco Borghese
Princess Amanda Borghese
Prince Lorenzo Borghese
Prince Scipione Borghese
Prince Fabio Borghese
Countess Alberta Cavazza-Borghese
Count Francesco Cavazza-Borghese
Count Antonio di Carpegna Falconieri Gabrielle
Count Giovanni di Carpegna Falconieri Gabrielle
Count Tommaso Carpegna Falconieri Gabrielle
Countess Caterina di Carpegna Falconieri Gabrielle
Prince Urbano Sacchetti
Marquis Giuseppe Gustavo Ricci Paracciani-Bergamini
Prince Aurelio Di Rella Tomasi of Lampedusa
Duke Gioacchino Lanza Tomasi of Palma
Duke Fulco Ruffo of Calabria the 8th Duke of Guardia Lombardi
Prince Francesco Luca Costa Sanseverino of Bisignano
Prince Pietro Lanza di Scalea
Prince Giuseppe Lanza di Scalea
Baron Francesco Adragna
Prince Gian Carlo di Rocco of Torrepadula
Princess Michela di Rocco of Torrepadula
Prince Roberto Paterno-Castello
Prince Ignatius Paterno-Castello
Count Rocky Agusta (dead)
Baron Ottavio Serena di Lapigio
Prince Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Princess Beatrice of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Prince Antoine of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Prince Francois of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Prince Casimiro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Prince Luigi Alfonso Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Prince Alessandro Enrico Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Prince Gennaro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Princess Maria Annunziata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies the Duke of Calabria
Prince Jamie of Bourbon-Two Sicilies the Duke of Noto
Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Parma
Prince Jamie of Bourbon-Parma
Prince Michael of Bourbon-Parma (dead)
Princess Maria Pia of Savoy-Bourbon-Parma
Prince Mario Chigi-Albani-della Rovere
Prince Flavio Chigi-Albani-della Rovere
Prince Marcantonio del Lante-della Rovere
Prince Antonio del Lante-della Rovere
Prince Luigi Borgia
Marquis Gaetano Sersale
Count Neri Capponi
Count Sebastiano Capponi
Count Niccolo Capponi
Marchese Niccolo Rosselli del Turco
Count Lando Cerretani-Bandinelli-Paparoni
Marquis Andrea Serlupi d’Ongran
Prince Domenico Serlupi-Crescenzi-Ottoboni
Marchioness Eva Serlupi-Crescenzi-Ottoboni-Pasquini
Prince Ettore d’Alessandro di Pescolanciano                                                          Marchese Nicolo Incisa Della Rocchetta                                                                           Marquis Piero Incisa della Rocchetta

The old treatment because of these families is recognized by the title of Don Prefix to the given name in the head of the family, using special heraldic ornaments and with the treatment of “excellence”. The leaders of princely and duchy families in Rome, identified by the Congregation heraldry of Capitol, January 17, 1854, and registered under the noble Roman patricians and in accordance with the sovereign will expressed in debt certificates of May 2, 1853, are as follows:

Prince Aldobrandini
Duke Altemps
Prince Altieri
Prince Barberini
Duke Barberini Castelvecchio
Prince Bonaparte
Prince Boncompagni
Duke Bonelli
Prince Borghese
Duke Caetani
Duke Cesarini
Prince Chigi
Prince Column Paliano
Prince Colonna di Sciarra
Prince Corsini
Prince Doria
Duke Lante
Prince Boncompagni Ludovisi
Prince of Montholon
Prince Odescalchi
Prince Orsini
Prince and Duke Ottoboni
Principle Pallavicini
Prince Rospigliosi
Prince Ruspoli
Duke Salviati
Prince Santacroce
Prince Strozzi
Duke Caffarelli
Duke Grazioli
Prince Conti
Duke Torlonia
Prince Torlonia
Duke Braschi
Prince Dragon
Prince Gabrielli
Prince Massimo
Duke Massimo
Prince Sword (Spada)
Prince Antici Mattei
For these families, heraldry in the Kingdom then he added Sforza Cesarini, Giustiniani-Bandini and Lancellotti.

The leaders of the Papal families and their legitimate wives enjoy the treatment of “excellence”, also given to the leaders of princely families Roman. Regardless of their qualifications, the leaders of the Papal families have traditionally been considered – says Kasteel – as “equal” to “sovereign families”, because this courtesy, due to the fact that the sovereign Pope is recognized as the Father’s Principle, a Regum of Christian Monarchs and how representative of the first and oldest Christian monarchy.

According to Monsignor Karel Kasteel in general, the principles set up by the two main sources of honor are not of the same rank: the Roman princes everywhere took precedence over the principles of the Holy Roman Empire.


  1. Princes of the Black Nobility are considered sovereigns. Rarely are they knighted by the Vatican or any knighthoods. They are the owners and therefore not subservient as knights to the institutions they own. Some low level members and most Italian princes are knighted.

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  2. Hi Izrealzeus

    I got to read your post on the Black Nobility with a link from Cobra at “The Portal” and appreciate the possible accuracy of the listings, as many names there would be linked in one way or another to this monstrous supra national crime organization.
    I would, however, like to address one name that you mention, which I could, with certainty, say that he is not whatsoever involved with these groups as I was married to this family for ten years and nothing of what I know from the Black Nobility and their activities ever took place in their midst.
    I speak of the Doria Pamphilj family, which, granted had a few questionable ancestors in the Papal States many generations ago, are today innocent and oblivious to any of these things happening in their aristocratic circles.
    Jonathan, being openly gay, has always been a champion of equality and fairness, traits that he learned from Princess Orietta, his mother, the woman who adopted him in England.
    If you search on his journey with his most unusual gay surrogate family you will see that he does not empathize with the putrid qualities so abundant in the religious/power circles that you make mention of.
    I do not know if all the characters in your listing are accurately depicted, but in the case of Jonathan it certainly merits a correction.
    I have been researching many of the same topics related to the pyramids of power for over fifteen years and hope that I have done my part to contribute in spreading the word for helping to “clean the planet”.
    So yes….. I believe your list would be more accurate with that bit of updating.
    Thanks again for your contribution to truth.

    In peace


    • Jonathan Doria-Pamphilj is extremely wealthy, has a portion of authority over Goldman Sachs, and is involved with pedophilia and specifically gay pedophilia where men sexually target young boys which is so prevalent among Catholic priests. If you really do know this family then I believe you are lying and attempting to protect him.

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      • HI Izrealzeus

        Saw your reply and have been pondering how best to write an answer while keeping the exchange light and hopefully enlightened so as to help each other and your readers to continue findng positive answers that will aid all of us in this world to raise our own vibration and consciousness as well as that of the planet.

        In my twenty five years experience of trying to “UNLEARN” most of what the MATRIX has imposed on all human beings, one thing I have understood and attempt to apply in my every day life is that LOVE, Integrity and Humblenesss will always open doors for growth, knowledge and wisdom.

        One incredibly wise woman told me years ago old that: ” LOVE is telling the truth as you know the truth to be, regardless of persons or personalities”.

        I try to walk my talk and attempt to be fair to all, so I am attempting here to clarify something that may help expand the discussion towards more open truth, but if you have already made up your mind and the “proof” that you have is enough to convince you, so suit yourself, because in the end, in our journey of trying to rescue the planet, I know peace, love and truth shall prevail, so I do not feel I have to “protect” anyone, and that one of my important duties in this path is to protect my physical, emotional and mental filters so they remain clear in the midst of so much static, noise and confussion surrounding all of us.

        I believe you provide a great contribution with all the research you have made and shared.
        I certainly will want to read more of it, but as I do with everything else I will use discernment and specially guidance from “above” to help me find the “deeper and complex” truth that I know is out there.

        Peace and Love brother


  3. I elieve you must be living in a differenti Galaxy to see things in such a distorted way.Not Only your assements are unreal about Black nobility but they also lack completely of any serious grounds.
    Good luck with your fiction stories,and try to be more objective next time


    • What you are doing here is total denial with out any facts or information to combat the information I have put out. Denialism. People like you cannot debate information either and if you attempt to debate with them they ignore the facts and change the subject or find some tiny thing to focus on that takes away from the overall point. I have dealt with many like you before.


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