The text of the Jesuit Extreme Oath of Induction is meticulously recorded in the Journals of the 62nd Congress, 3rd Session, of the United States Congressional Record (House Calendar No. 397, Report No. 1523, 15 February, 1913, pp. 3215-3216).
However, without explanation, the text was subsequently torn out of the Congressional Record, but not before it was copied word for word by several researchers, including Ian Paisley for the European Institute of Protestant Studies.
According to Paisley, the Blood Oath was also quoted by Charles Didier in his book "Subterranean Rome" (New York, 1843), translated from the French original.
And Fr. Alberto Rivera, who escaped from the Jesuit Order in 1967 and died under suspicious circumstances in 1997, confirmed before his untimely death that the induction ceremony and the text of the Jesuit Oath were identical to what appeared in the 1913 Congressional Record.
Before the Blood Oath is administered, Paisley painted a dark picture of the private chapel were the ceremony takes place, as recounted in Didier's book and Fr.