THE APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION FROM SAINT PETER IS NOW GONE WITH THE WIND! (DANIEL 2:35).

The first Pope to change his name and adopt a throne name was Pope John II in 533. 2 cardinals named Peter changed their names to John because they knew that Saint John was the true successor of Christ . . . and not Saint Peter!

In reality, there have been 24 Popes named John. Pisan Pope John XXIII (14101415) has been deleted from the list of Popes . . . so that leaves 23. If we include Popes Joan/John, John Paul I, and John Paul II, that leaves a total of 27 Popes named John!

Babel means "confusion," and the Pope John numbering system is very confusing....Pope Joan VII was eliminated from the list, and there is no Pope John XX.


The Basilica of Saint John
Lateran in Roma.
 

The Cathedral of the Most Holy Saviour and of Saints John the Baptist and the Evangelist in the Lateran, (Italian: Santissimo Salvatore e Santi Giovannit Battista ed Evangelista in Laterano).

Even though the Basilica is located on Italian soil, it is still under the jurisdiction of Vatican City State!

It is a real mystery how Mystery Babylon changed the Messiah's name, yet named 24 Popes after his successor!

 

A statue of Saint John the
Evangelist in the Basilica.

It is beyond belief that 24 Popes named themselves after Saint John the Beloved. On every page of the Apocalypse, Saint John exposes the Legs of Iron carrying Mystery Babylon, the Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth (Apocalypse 17:5).

THE 9 (IX) POPES NAMED JOHN
(523–900).

THE 14 (XIV) POPES NAMED JOHN
(914–1963).

This is a veritable history of the Papacy using one of the most prominent names of the pontiffs from the very beginning of the Papacy.

When Christ appeared to his successor on the Isle of Patmos, he took him to Heaven where he had a panoramic view of the earth. Amazingly, it was not a GLOBE back then because GLOBES do not have CORNERS:

After this I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the earth to prevent any wind from blowing on the land or on the sea or on any tree (Apocalypse 7:1).


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