Beyond all controversy, Pope Julius I was the FIRST POPE....He became pontiff in February 337, just before the death of Emperor Jesus Constantine in May 337. Up to the time of Pope John II in 533, Popes kept their birth names.

Pope Julius I (280352).
Pope from 337 to 352.

Pope Julius I can be considered the first Pope.

He was appointed by Emperor Jesus Constantine just before he joined Apollyon in the Bottomless Pit!

As a favor to Jesus Constantine, Julius declared that December 25 should be celebrated as the birthday of Jesus.


Emperor Jesus Constantine (272–337). Misruled from 306 to 337.

One of the last acts of the perfidious Jesus Constantine was to appoint Julius as bishop of Roma. Julius decreed that December 25 should be celebrated as the birthday of Jesus Constantine. That became the official date in the wicked West, but the Orthodox Church never adopted that date. We don't know exactly when Jesus Constantine was born, but he called himself Apollyon, and the pagans celebrated his birthday at the winter solstice!

That day became the biggest holiday in the calendar for the Roman Catholics in the West.

City of Constantinople circa 800 A.D. Constantinople or New Roma
circa 800 AD.

Jesus Constantine started the myth that you could be a "Roman Emperor" and yet not reside in the city of the Caesars.

Charlemagne was the first western ruler to embrace that myth when he was crowned "Holy Roman" Emperor by Pope Leo III.

He was then promptly sent back to his palace in Aachen, Germany.


An artistic depiction of the crowning
of Charlemagne by Pope Leo III.

Subsequently, a long dynasty of "Holy Roman" Emperors were crowned at Roma, but none of them were ever allowed to reign in the imperial city. That bizarre "Holy Roman" Empire was abolished by Napoleon "Apollyon" in 1806.

Beginning with evil twin Romulus, the Romans had to endure the tyrannical reign of 7 kings before noble Brutus banned hereditary monarchs forever!

Emperor Jesus Constantine II

Misruled from 337 to 340.

Kings were banned forever in 509 BC when Tarquinius Superbus "Tarquin the Proud" was overthrown.

The world took a giant leap backward when Jesus Constantine reintroduced hereditary monarchy.

The 3 sons of Jesus Constantine followed him on the throne.


Emperor Jesus Constans I
Misruled from 337 to 350.

Jesus Constantine started the custom of Roman Emperors having numerals after their names. Officially, Popes were not allowed to marry and father heirs. However, Popes had nuns in constant attendance upon them, and the male children of Popes were called nephews, while their female counterparts were called nieces. That is the reason why so many Popes look-alike!

Pope Benedict XVI adoring the

As a "thank you" to Jesus Constantine for founding the Papal dynasty, the doctrine of the REAL PRESENCE of Jesus in the host was invented.

That dogma was so absurd tat it took centuries to develop, and Pope "Innocent" III was the first Pope to condemn Catholics who doubted the REAL PRESENCE!!

During the reign of terror of "Bloody Mary" Tudor, anyone who denied the REAL PRESENCE OF JESUS faced a fiery death!!

Pope Francis adoring the

That unbelievable dogma came from the corrupt Latin Vulgate Version:

Give us this day our supersubstantial (Lat. supersubstantialem) bread (St. Matthew 6:11, Douay-Rheims Version).

Nobody can accuse Pope Julius II of serving the "Prince of Peace" because he was a typical Roman and a man of war from his youth.

Pope Julius II (14431513).
Pope from 1503 to 1513.

Pope Julius II was known as the "Warrior Pope" because he was a true successor of Gaius Julius Caesar.

A patron of the arts, he commissioned Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel.

In 1511, monk Martin Luther visited Roma, expecting to find the New Jerusalem, he found an open sewer instead!!


Painter Michelangelo

The future Reformer was appalled by the loose morals of the monks in what he believed was "Holy" Roma. While climbing "Pilate's Staircase" on his knees to obtain a 1,000-year-indulgence for a deceased relative, he heard a voice like thunder say "the just shall live by faith."

Pope Julius II triggered the Reformation in England when he granted Henry Tudor and Catherine of Aragon a "license to sin."

Pope Julius III (1487–1555).
Pope from 1550 to 1555.

In 1550, English Cardinal Reginald Pole almost became Pope, but lost by 1 vote!

"Bloody Mary" Tudor commenced her reign of terror in 1553.

With Pole as Pope, and "Bloody Mary" on the throne, it would have hastened the return of Britain to Babylon!


"Bloody Mary" Tudor (1516–1558).
from 1553 to 1558.

His papacy was plagued by a scandal over a "nephew" named Innocenzo Cochhi del Monte, so he was not focused completely on Cardinal Pole's Counter-Reformation agenda in Britain.

Pope Julius was succeeded by the much more focused and fanatical Pope Paul IV.


Norwich, John Julius. Absolute Monarchs: A History of the Papacy. Random House, New York, 2011.

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