There is violence even within the Vatican Holy See.
By Samuel Butler 03/31/11
When I was a commercial real estate broker, I was involved in a large land transaction, later completed on a property in Marin County, California. My interested party in the purchase was Bruce Connor, associated with the Howard S. Wright Corporation of Seattle, a huge and important developer. They built the Space Needle in Seattle.
Bruce told me the following story. Bruce went to Rome with a friend, and while he was there, his friend went to the Vatican, where his friend had a personal friend in the Holy See, which acts and speaks for the whole Catholic Church. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_See
When Connor’s friend came back from the Holy See, he told my client Connor, “THEY MURDERED THE POPE!”. Connor was told that there was no autopsy, no time of death, and a deep mystery.
His friend told Connor that the Pope couldn’t handle the job, and there is only one way to go if you are Pope and can’t handle the job. The Pope only served as Pope for 33 days. It was that simple. He couldn’t handle the job, and he couldn’t resign. At that time, 1978, the Pope was supposedly infallible on dogmatic statements. It would be strange to have an “infallible” Pope resign.
The Pope was John Paul I. He lasted only 33 days. He chose the first double name in the history of the papacy.
I later did research on this and found that this “humble” and “smiling” Pope , as he was known from Venice, far from being a pushover for the hierarchy of the Church, wanted to:
- 1. Fire the Cardinal of Chicago
- 2. Re-open birth control
- 3. Personally investigate the Vatican Bank
He was poisoned.
1. There was no time of death stated.
2. There was no autopsy.
3. There still is no death certificate to this day
There were 6 suspects to the murder.
One was Roberto Calvi, Chairman of the “Vatican Bank”, and known as “God’s Banker”, and one was Paul Marcinkus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Marcinkus , who was President of the “ Vatican Bank” at the time of the Pope’s mysterious death. It turned up later that 1.3 billion dollars vanished in the later collapse of that bank. It ended up that five of the 6 suspects died under mysterious circumstances. For example, Roberto Calvi committed suicide in London, after missing from Milan,Italy for 9 days, by going to the BlackfiarsBridge in London, climbing to the underneath of it and putting a rope around his neck to hang himself!
The sole survivor of the six suspects after a period of time turned out to be coincidentally enough, the head of the Vatican Bank, Paul Marcinkus, who died in Sun City, Arizona on February 20, 2006.
There is a book about this, the murder of this Pope, John Paul I, I found in my research. It’s called “In God’s Name”, by David Yallop, a world-wide best seller.
Having written a book about all four of the main religions supporting Violence, Intolerance, and Even War, this article shows one of the religions had MURDER within its own structure, AT THE TOP, even within the last 35 years (1978).
There’s more: Other Popes who have been murdered. From wikipedia: List of 10 Popes who allegedly have been murdered. Five of them by poisoning. http://tinyurl.com/3mu33zd
Also, according to this, http://www.answering-islam.org/Silas/mo-death.htm, Muhammad also died of being poisoned (by a Jewish woman). Intrigue and politics and power plays are not so unusual in the Church. One time there were 3 popes! Yes, three at the same time (sometimes the “other Popes” were called “Anti-Popes”.)
I always wondered about this myself. I was raised Catholic and was a very devout catholic in my youth. This may have been the first thing that made me start questioning the church. My mother had the same suspicions. I am going to put this book on my list of things to read.
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