Death of Pope John Paul II at 84 on April 2, 2005 & his successor Pope Benedict XVI at age 78, April 19, 2005

Catholic Church Jesuit Murder by Numbers

Pope John Paul II, who succeeded the 33-day, the one that went to the bed on September 27, the Jesuit birthday, and never woke up, died at age 84, on April 2, or 4/2, like 42…  Don’t forget Vatican City was established February 11, 1929, the 42nd day of the year.

Notice how Jesuit sums to 84, 78, and 42.

Pope John Paul II was born Karol Jozef Wojtyła.

He died 46-days before his birthday, a perfect ‘Catholic’ ‘sacrifice’ ritual.

He died at the Apostolic Palace, a perfect place for a blood sacrifice.

He died 319-days after his birthday.  *Killing = 319 (Satanic)

Keep in mind he became the head of Vatican City on August 26, the day leaving 127-days left in the year.

Before Vatican City, the church was HQ’s at St. Peter’s Basilica

He was replaced by Pope Benedict XVI who was 78-years-old.

Notice how the title Pope Benedict XVI ties in with the Society of Jesus.



He took his thrown April 19, 2005, a date with 21 numerology.

4/19/2005 = 4+1+9+2+0+0+5 = 21

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