History Lesson Pt 2: CORSINI CRIME FAMILY
Shared by Ryan Anthony Morgan
The Corsini family are a top bloodline of the Black Nobility that originated in Florence. They have connections with the Vatican and palaces in Rome as well as family branches all over the world. They are the top owners of the Corsican Mafia along with the Medici and Bonaparte families. They also have a portion of ownership over the Baltimore crime family in Maryland originally built up by the Corbi family. They use the heart shaped coat of arms. Cor comes from the Latin word Kord which means heart. The Corsini family are at the heart of the corruption.
Pope Clement XII or Lorenzo Corsini came from this family. The Corsini family were also Florentine merchants that did business in London and used this wealth to purchase land and their fiefdoms. The Corsinis managed Medici banks in London as well. The Corsini family put the Cor in Corleone Sicily where a lot of the mafia had originated from. Leone means lion and this is why the commune of Corleone in Palermo uses a lion on its flag. The Massimo family use lions on their coat of arms and the Massimo-Brancaccio family have Sicilian ancestry from the Brancaccio neighborhood in Palermo. Both the Corsini and Massimo families use Leon as a given name. Don Bartolomeo Corsini was Viceroy of Sicily from 1737 to 1747.
The ancient Corsini bloodline also established the name of the island Corsica. Corsica is not far from the coast near Florence. Florentine nobility have a lot of concealed connections with Corsica. Jean Claude Mimran is a French billionaire investment banker and his mother was from Corsica. Mimran owns the Alpina luxury hotel in Gstaad where the Scherz family live. The Scherz family take their name from Scherz, Switzerland which uses a heart for its flag. Cuore is the Italian word for heart. The Italian-Swiss billionaire Ernesto Bertarelli also lives in Gstaad. The Bonaparte family secretly originated in Florence and still work closely with the Medici family which also originated in Florence. The Bonapartes are part of the “Bon” clan of Florence like the Bonciani, Bonsi, Buondelmonti, and Buonarroti families. In the 18th century Cardinal Francesco Acquaviva of Sicilian nobility and Cardinal Bartolomeo Corsini made an alliance against the policies of the French Cardinal Pierre Guerin de Tencin who was an ambassador to Rome. Jean-Felix Acquaviva is a high level politician in Corsica today. The Corsini family married with the Colonna family with Princess Anna Barberini-Colonna married to Marchese Tomasso Corsini. Jean-Jerome Colonna was a former godfather of the Corsican Mafia.
The Corsini family are above the Medici family which are then above the Bonaparte family. The House of Corsini are very high level. There are covert mafias known as the Union Corse in Corsica and France like the Brise de Mer clan. The Corsican Mafia ran the heroin trafficking from Turkey to France and then to the US known as the “French Connection” with the Lucchese crime family also deeply involved. The Treaty of Sevres was signed in France after WWI and helped to develop the Republic of Turkey and putting Turkish territories under French supervision. The French born Lucien Conein was an OSS/CIA agent who worked with Corsican Mafia. Later Conein was appointed by Nixon as head of the DEA’s secret operations. Conein died in Maryland. Charles Bonaparte of the French-Corsican Imperial House of Bonaparte was born in Maryland and was the founder of the FBI. Cipriano Ferrandini was a Corsican that immigrated to Maryland and was accused of organizing a plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln. A portion of the opium trafficked from the Mid East into the United States seems to be coming in through the ports in Maryland. The Lucchesi-Palli family are Roman nobility with ties to Florence and are the owners of the Lucchese crime family in New York and have an alliance with the Corsini family and their Union Corse. Tindaro Corso is a Lucchese capo. The Medici family produced two queens of France. Tuscany and Florence and France have had deep connections for centuries. Samper Corso was born in Corsica and he served the Medici family as their soldier. The Corsini, Medici, and Bonaparte families are the hidden owners of the Union Corse mafia clans. The Corsini family are extremely secretive and clever and were one of the families behind the Napoleonic wars. The Corsini and Medici families used Napoleon Bonaparte to invade Rome to maintain a piece of ownership at the Vatican. Their mafias are also extremely covert and even more so than the Sicilian Mafia. Members include Prince Filippo Corsini, Prince Duccio Corsini, Princess Clotilde Corsini, Princess Sabina Corsini, Tommasso Corsini, Lorenzo Corsini, and Countess Lucrezia Corsini-Miari Fulcis. It has been reported by the media that Prince Duccio Corsini’s 21 year old son died in a bicycle accident. The Corsini family are very conniving. 
Filippo and Bartolomeo Corsini solidified the family wealth in the 1500s. They opened a bank in London and organized a private postal service so fast that it could deliver a letter to Florence in less than three days. They were responsible for building enormous real estate assets, protected through a complex legal structure in order to facilitate the process of inheritance (perhaps their time spent in Great Britain inspired them to use trusts to protect their assets).
The family influence reach its height in 1730, when Lorenzo Corsini (1652-1740), at the time 78 years old, was made Pope Clemente XII after four months of Conclave.
Prince Tommaso’s son Filippo, IX (1937) and current Prince of Sismano, married Giorgiana Avogadro of Valdengo and Collobiano. He is the father of Duccio (1964), Duke of Casigliano and married to Clotilde Trentinaglia de Daverio with children Filippo, Elena Clarice, and Selvaggia; of Elena Sabina (1966), married to Brando Quilici with one son, Corso; Nencia (1969), married to Benedetto Bolza with children Giorgiana, Nerina, Vita, Olimpia, and Geza; Elisabetta Fiona (1969), married to Diego of San Giuliano, with children Leone, Neri (married to Zara Boatto), and Fiamma (married to Lucio of San Giuliano)… 
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