The name Benedict means "blessed," and it was a blessing indeed that so many of the pontiffs passed away quickly because it slowed the Muslim juggernaut. The 11th century opened with a famous battle fought outside Dublin between the Christian Irish and the berserk Vikings.

Pope Benedict VIII.
Pope from 1012 to 1024.

On April 23, 1014, a climactic battle took place at Clontarf outside Dublin between the Christian Irish and the berserk Vikings.

The 73-year-old king was too old to yield the sword, so he was praying the "3-50's" in his tent. The "3-50's" is the Book of Psalms.

The berserkers did not want him yielding the "Sword of the Spirit," so they killed him in his tent.


King Brian Boru (9411014) was
killed at the Battle of Clontarf.

The great high king of Ireland was slain, with horrendous casualtes on both sides; but the Christian Irish won the battle and ejected the Vikings. Later, those same Vikings morphed into Normans, and they invaded again under King Henry II in October 1171. Amazingly, Pope Alexander II canonized one of the beserkers as "Saint Olaf."

Benedict was opposed by an "Antipope" named Gregory VI. The future emperor Henry restored him to the Chair of St. Peter, and in return, he crowned him fake "Roman Emperor."

Another highlight of his pontificate was the visit of Æthelnoth, Archbishop of Canterbury, to obtain the pallium. His visit laid the groundwork for the Babylonian Captivity of Britannia in 1066.

The next Pope, Benedict IX, was the "nephew" of Pope John XIX, which means that he was his son!

Pope Benedict IX.
Pope on 3 different occasions
between 1032 and 1048.

Pope Benedict IX was Pope on 3 different occasions.

He was succeeded by Pope Sylvester III who reigned from January to March 1045.

Next he was succeeded by Gregory VI who reigned from May 1045 to December 1046.

Finally, he was succeeded by Damascus II who reigned from July 1048 to August 1048.


Pope Leo IX (10021254).
Pope from 1049 to 1054.

The nightmarish reigns of Pope Benedict IX came to an end with Pope Leo IX in 1049. In 1054, Pope Leo IX instigated the Great Schism, which permanently separated Roma from Constantinople.

Pope Benedict X.
Pope from April 1058 to Jan. 1059.

Pope Benedict X is considered an "Antipope," which means he was actually a "good Pope."

He was the brother of Benedict IX.

He was deposed in 1059, and replaced with Pope Nicholas II.


Pope Nicholas II.
Pope from 1059 to 1061.

Benedict was deposed in 1059, but, unusual for that time, he was not immediately sent to St. Peter. He languished in prison until he went to meet his Maker sometime between 1073 and 1080. He was succeeded by Pope Nicholas II—who was definitely not a Santa Claus.

Pope Benedict XI.
Pope from 1303 to 1304.

It was during the short pontificate of Benedict XI that the Knights Templar were ready to make France a Muslim country.

Having failed during the pontificate of Gregory III, they were ready to try again under the disguise of the "fighting monks" called the Knights Templar!

French patriot Guillaume de Nogaret—who advised King Philip to suppress the Knights Templar—was excommunicated by Pope Benedict!


Guillaume de Nogaret

On Friday, October 13, 1307—a very, very "lucky day" for France, King Philip secretly arrested all the Templars. They were guilty of all kinds of abominable crimes. The worst was worshipping Moloch. Moloch or Muhammed is the Arabic name for Apollyon.

In 1313, Guillaume de Nogaret—councilor to King Philip IV—was assassinated by poisoning.

Pope Benedict XII (
Pope from 1334 to 1342.

Pope Benedict XII was the third Avignon Pope.

As soon as he became Pope, Benedict began a massive building project because he feared an attack by the king of France or Louis of Bavaria.

His successor, Clement VI, used the Keys of Romulus and Remus to open the Bottomless Pit, and a host of death-dealing demons swarmed forth (Apocalypse 9:11).


Pope Clement VI (
Pope from 1342 to 1352.

During the Papacy of Clement VI, the Grim Reaper was furiously swinging his scythe over Western Europe. The Black Death which followed reduced the population by 50 million souls, and opened the door for the invasion of the Terrible Turks.

After the end of the deadly Thirty Years' War (16181648) the power of the fake "Holy Roman Empire" began to decline, and France became the most powerful nation in Europe. French New world colonies included Canada and Louisiana.

Pope Benedict XIII (1649–1730).
Pope from 1724 to 1730.

After the deadly Thirty Years' War, France became the most powerful nation in Europe and the fake "Holy Roman Empire" began a precipitous decline.

Pope Benedict looked further north to Prussia to resurrect that moribund empire.

Friedrich Wilhelm was the father of the British spy Friedrich the Terrible!.


Prussian Friedrich Wilhelm
Ruled from 1713 to 1740.

Friedrich Wilhelm hated the French was a passion and he passed along that hatred to his son—the great British spy Friedrich. Friedrich was the instigator of the Seven Years' War which was a disaster for France.

Pope Benedict XIV (16751758).
Pope from 1740 to 1758.

Pope Benedict XIII began his short reign about the same time as King Louis "Louis the Beloved" began his long reign.

After the French defeat in the Seven Years' War, he ceded Louisiana to Spain rather than let it fall into the hands of the British.

In 1773, that astute monarch forced Pope Clement XIV to ban the Jesuits permanently and perpetually!


King Louis XV (17101774).
Reigned from 1715 to 1774.

The American and French Revolutions followed the suppression of the Jesuits. It was no coincidence that the guillotine as a method of killing was used in France because the "Holy" Koran says to BEHEAD those who don't believe in Allah and the Last Day (Sura 7:14).

Pope Benedict XV (1854–1922).
Pope from 1914 to 1922.

Pope Benedict XV was the World War I Pope and he was "praying" for a lightning German victory over France!

Kaiser Wilhelm II "Dead Head" was the grandson and favorite of Francophobe Queen Victoria.

Field Marshall Helmuth von Moltke was Chief of the German General Staff from 1906 to 1914.

Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859–1941).
Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859–1941).
Reigned from 1888 to 1918.

Field Marshall Helmuth von Moltke was fearful of the prospect of Russian troops entering Berlin while he entered Paris. As a result, he lost his nerve, and moved as many as 275,000 soldiers back to East Prussia. Here is an account of that history-changing event from "Kaiser Bill's" cousin Winston Churchill:

And at that culminating moment the Russian pressure began to produce substantial effects. Honour must ever be done to the Tsar and Russian nation for the noble ardour and loyalty with which they hurled themselves into the war. A purely Russian treatment of their military problem would have led the Russian armies into immediate withdrawal from their frontiers until the whole of their vast mobilization was completed. Instead of this, they added to a forward mobilization an impetuous advance not only against Austria but against Germany. The flower of the Russian Army was soon to be cut down in enormous battles in East Prussia. But the results of their invasion were gathered at the decisive point. The nerve of the German Headquarters failed. On August 25 two army corps and cavalry of the German right were withdrawn from France. On August 31 Lord Kitchener was able to telegraph to Sir John French "Thirty-two trains of German troops were yesterday reported moving from the western field to meet the Russians." (Churchill, The World Crisis 1911–1918, p. 147).

That withdrawal of troops from France caused "Dead Head" to fire von Moltke a few months later.

Instead of Pope Benedict XVI,
the man on the balcony was supposed to be Pope Gregory XVII.

Instead of Pope Benedict XVI, the man on the balcony was supposed to be Cardinal Bergoglio.

He would have taken the named Gregory XVII in honor of all the previous Gregorys!

Between 2005 and 2013, a titanic battle raged at the Vatican between the Jesuits and the other factions.

Finally, in March 2013, Pope Benedict XVI, was forced to resign.


Pope at last, March 13, 2013.

Pope Benedict XVI is the last Pope named Benedict in the nightmarish 10-horned, 10-toed Papal dynasty! The best way to rescue Catholics . . . and Muslims . . . from the Babylonian system is to present the true history of the Papal dynasty:

Flee out of the midst of Babylon, and deliver every man his soul: be not cut off in her iniquity, for it is the time of JEHOVAH's vengeance; he will render unto her a recompense (Jeremiah 51:6).

And I heard another voice from heaven saying, "Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues" (Apocalypse 18:4).

Vital links


Churchill, Winston S. The World Crisis 1911–1919. (Abridged version, originally 5-volumes).Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1929.

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

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