Monday, August 15, 2005

Who's Been Reading Andre Gide, Then?

In 1952, Andre Gide's book The Vatican Cellars gave us a tale of conmen who ripped off gullible Catholics by eliciting money from them to rescue the true Pope, who had been kidnapped by freemasons and was being held captive beneath the Vatican while a usurper held the papacy.

It transpires that Benedict XVI is just such a usurper. The True Catholic Church elected one Lucian Pulvemacher to the papacy in 1998. He took the name Pius XIII to signify his sucession from Pius XII, the last true Pope.

The proof is here.

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