Here is the complete list of Jesuit generals beginning with Ignatius Loyola. Chose any war, revolution, assassination, religious persecution, plague, poisoning, etc., etc., for the past 500 years and you can be sure that it can be traced right back to the Black Pope and his Militia of Jesus.

Millions of words have been written on the lives of the White Popes, but no historian has ever written a book exposing the sinister activities of the Black Popes.

Arturo Sosa (b. 1948).

Since the official founding of the Jesuits by Pope Paul III in 1540, there has been a total of 47 White Popes.

Since the official founding of the Jesuits in 1540, there has been a total of 31 Black Popes.

Jesuit generals have a very, very good reason to remain anonymous: they hijacked the Papacy in 1540.


The Gesù—Jesuit Headquarters
in Roma.

Don't be surprised to find that a lot of these Black Popes look alike. The Borgia crime family left hundreds of children throughout Europe, and the surest way to the top of the Jesuit Order is to be a blood relative of the Borgias.

There has never been a French, English, Portuguese, or Irish Black Pope!!

(1)Ignatius LIEola (1541–1556). (16)Ignatius Visconti (1751–1755).
(2) Diego Lainez (1558–1565). (17)Aloysius Centurione (1755–1757).
(3)Francis Borgia (1565–1572). (18)Lorenzo Ricci (1758–1775)
(4)Everard Mercurian (1573–1580). (19)Thaddeus Brzozowski (1805–1820).
(5)Claudio Aquaviva (1581–1615). (20) Luigi Fortis (1820–1829).
(6)  Mutius Vitelleschi (1615–1645). (21)Jan Roothaan1829–1853).
(7)Vincent Caraffa (1646–1649). (22) Peter Beckx (1853–1887).
(8)Francis Piccolomini (1649–1651). (23)Antonio Maria Anderledy (1887–1892).
(9)Alexander Gottifredi (1652–1652). (24)Luis Martin (1892–1906).
(10) Goswin Nickel (1652–1664). (25) Franz Xavier Wernz (1906–1914).
(11)John Paul Oliva (1664–1681). (26)Wlodimir Ledochowski (1915–1942).
(12)Charles de Noyelle (1682–1686). (27)Jean-Baptiste Janssens (1946–1964).
(13)Thyrsus Gonzalez de Santella (1687–1705). (28)  Pedro Arrupe (1965–1983).
(14)Michelangelo Tamburnini (1706–1730) (29)Peter-Hans Kolvenbach (1983 to2008).
(15)Francis Retz (1730–1750). (30)  Adolfo Nicolás (2008- 2016-).
(31) Arturo Sosa (b. 1948).


Thomas E. Zeyen, S.J. Jesuit Generals: A Glance into a Forgotten Corner. University of Scranton Press, 2004.

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