Saturday, August 20, 2011

Antipopes In The Vatican?

Pope Gregory XVII - The true Pope in Exile
A white smoke signal first appeared for about half an hour from the Sistine Chapel chimney. People outside the Vatican were shouting, 'Bianco! Bianco!' In Italian, it means white. A white smoke means  a pope has been elected while black smoke indicates failure.  It is the traditional signal announcing the election of a new pope.

Ordinarily, the elected pope would appear on the balcony within twenty minutes. It has been said that the crowd waited for a full half hour in suspense for the pope to show up. Nothing happened. Confusion among the people sat in wondering whether the smoke was meant to be black or white. Media already made its announcement that a new pope has been elected.This happened in 1958 of the 26th of October.

Something strange happened. It was twice during the day that a smoke was let out from the chimney. The white smoke billowed white but quickly turned unquestionably black. If it weren't for Mr. Scortesco, the mystery behind the white smoke and the secret post-election meeting of the 1958 Conclave may not have been uncovered. Scortesco was the cousin of two members of the Vatican's Noble Guard and the President of the Noble Guard. The guards were responsible for guarding the conclaves of 1958 and 1963 - making sure that no communication occurred with the outside.

Scortesco revealed in his published letter that, “In the case of John XXIII (1958) and of Paul VI (1963), there were communications with the outside.  It was thus known that there were several ballots in the first conclave [1958] which resulted in the election of Cardinal Tedeschini and in the second [1963], Cardinal Siri.” (Excerpt from the French Newsletter, Introibo, No. 61, July-August-September, 1988, Association Noel Pinot, Angers, France, p. 3.)"

Scortesco obviously obtained the shocking revelation from his Noble Guard cousins. The letter was published in Introibo. Shortly after its publication, Scortesco was found burned alive in his bed.

With that revelation, Scortesco meant that Cardinal Tedeschini (and not Antipope John XXIII) was actually elected first in 1958. And Cardinal Siri (and not Antipope Paul VI) was elected first in 1963. Highlighting the words 'communicating with the outside' in Scortesco's published letter, what did he mean by that? In his later writings, it indicated that there was a communication with a Jewish Freemasonry or the B'nai Brith. Therefore, it would mean that if there were an unlawful influence from the outside with the Papal election then this would also mean that such elections were invalid.

For a deeper insight on this, please read: The Cardinal Siri Elections in Brief and The Pope In Red.

What Happened Inside the Conclave?

In an interview obtained by Mr. Gary Giuffre conducted in London, England in July 1993 with Fr. Jean-Marie Charles-Roux, a former Vatican official and intelligence officer claimed that Joseph Cardinal Siri of Genoa had been elected and also accepted the Papal office. He was shoved aside without his abdicating. A very serious threat was delivered to Siri and the assembled Cardinals through Cardinal Tisserant (the Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals). A group of cardinals in league with Tisserant ordered the ministers to change the mixture in the stove to wet straw to produce a black smoke outside. When the conclave officials refused to follow, a group of cardinals brushed the monsignors aside and dump the wet straw into the stove themselves.

Malachi Martin reveals more of What Happened in 1958?

What Has Become of Cardinal Siri After The Papal Throne Was Taken Over?
Cardinal Giuseppe Siri of Genoa, Italy was the truly elected Pope on October 26, 1958. He was put under constant death threat (duress) for more that 30 years. But through Divine Providence, he was able to create Cardinals which included designating a Camerlengo (Chamberlain) to continue the mission of the Church Hierarchy in 1988. Pope Siri chose the name Gregorius XVII. He created a 'Continuance of Papacy Plan" from 1988 to 1989 with a Papal directive to His secret Cardinals to ELECT His successor promptly where he to die in an unforeseen manner (this occurred). He died in exile on May 2, 1989.

You'll find more information about Pope Gregory in Today's Catholic World.

Understanding The Papacy

The Office of the Papacy is the office that Christ instituted in Saint Peter (see Mt. 16:18-20; John 21:15-17) in which he was made the chief of the Apostles and visible head of the Church by Jesus Christ. The Papacy is occupied by every true and lawful Bishop of Rome, who becomes successor to St. Peter in the primacy over the universal (Catholic) Church of Jesus Christ. This means and guarantees that every time there is a true and valid occupant of the Office he is endowed by Christ with infallibility (in his authoritative and binding teaching capacity, not in everything he says or teaches); he is endowed with supreme jurisdiction over the universal Church; and he is the visible head of the Church.  That remains true for every true and lawful occupant of the Papal Office.  Those teachings proclaimed by the popes in history with their binding authority (such as the Council of Trent or the Council of Florence or a solemn Papal Bull on faith, etc.) constitute the deposit of faith – the unchangeable teachings to which Catholics must submit, and on which they base what they believe as the faithful transmission of the teaching of Scripture and Tradition.  The Papacy doesn’t mean that the Church will have a true pope at all times, as Church history and more than 200 papal vacancies prove, nor does it mean that antipopes reigning from Rome are an impossibility (such as Antipope Anacletus II, who reigned in Rome from 1130-1138) – as is the case today.  

More Insights Of The Topic Is Well Explained on: What Is The Papacy?

Sedevacantism – the Chair of Peter is Empty

There have been 260 valid popes in Church history and more than 40 antipopes.  There have been more than 200 papal vacancies (periods without a pope).  The facts available in The Most Holy Family Monastery  prove that the last five men who have claimed to be popes have been and are antipopes.

I highly recommend that you read the links made available here to educate you of what is truly happening with our world today. Let us not turn deaf ears to the truth but rather keep an open mind to everything. I have read too many articles of these topics but the links to the websites that I used here as references are the only ones that I feel highly reliable in terms of its well substantiated interpretations.

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