The Jesuit ritual of Pope Francis replacing Pope Benedict XVI, March 13, 2020 | And the Adolf Hitler joke

Catholic Church History Jesuit World War

Pope Benedict XVI resigned on the 59th day of the year.

Pope Francis replaced him 13 days later, on the 72nd day, March 13, 2013.

3/13/13 (3, 2nd prime, 13, 6th prime)

Pope Francis became 266th Pope, the first Jesuit.

Pope Francis became Pope 12 weeks and 2 days after his December 17, 2012 birthday.

Pope Francis is the 266th Pope, the first Jesuit.

His birthday is the 351st day of the year.

351, 26th triangular number

For the greater glory of God = 351 (26th triangular number)

It was also 86 days, connecting to who he represents, ‘Jesuits’.

Benedict’s resignation was also 47 days before his own 86th birthday.

Benedict’s name is Joseph Ratzinger, equating to 191 and 79, the same as ‘Society of Jesus’.

The Papacy went from being held by a German to an Argentinian, kind of like how Adolf Hitler went from Germany to Argentina at age 56.

Hitler faked his death in Berlin.

His death came right after FDR, who died on the 102nd day of the year.

Read more about FDR’s 102 death, 18 days before Hitler:

1 Comment

  1. Andy Gadd on August 9, 2020 at 12:53 am

    Why would they allow Hitler to live, rather than kill him and avoid the complications from being found out? Control of the media probably has much to do with it, but I wouldn’t risk getting caught, exposed.

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