LA POPESSA

                                    POPE JOAN - The Woman Pope Disguised As A Man

The earliest reference to a popess can be found in the 11th century writing of Martinus Scotus, a monk from the
Abbey of St. Martin of Cologne :
“In AD 854, Lotharii 14, Joanna, a woman, succeeded Leo, and reigned two years, five months, and four days.”

In the 12th century, a scribe named Sigebert de Gemlours wrote :
“It is reported that this John was a female, and that she conceived a child by one of her servants. The Pope, becoming
pregnant, gave birth to a child, whereof some do not number her among the Pontiffs.”

The most famous and detailed account of the Pope Joan comes from the Chronicron pontificum et imperatum (The
Chronicle of the Popes and Emperors), written in the mid-13th century by Martin of Troppau (Martinus Polonus).
According to Troppau :
“After Leo IV, John the Englishman (Anglicus), a native of Metz, reigned two years, five months and four days. And
the pontificate was vacant for a month. He died in Rome. This man, it is claimed, was a woman and when a girl,
accompanied her sweetheart in male costume to Athens; there she advanced in various sciences to the extent that her
equal could not be found. So, after having studied for three years in Rome, she had great masters for her pupils and
hearers. And when there arose a high opinion in the city of her virtue
and knowledge, she was unanimously elected Pope. But during her papacy she became in the family way by a
companion. Not knowing the time of the birth, as she was on her way from St Peter's to Lateran she had a
painful delivery, between the Coliseum and St Clement's Church, in the street. Having died after, it is said
she was buried on the spot.”

Pope Joan was a female pope whose name was changed later to Pope Zacharias. Luther, on visiting Rome reported
her statue in a back street, and John Huss referred to her in his defense at the Council of Constance, and this
mention of the female Pope went unchallenged by those in the council. She died in childbirth while in a public

Another very interesting woman within the Church Of Rome being called by many people as La Popessa was no
other than Pascalina Lehnert : Madre (Mother) Pascalina Lehnert (August 25, 1894 -November 13, 1983), born
Josefina Lehnert, was a Bavarian Roman Catholic nun who served as Pope Pius XII's housekeeper and secretary
from his period as Nuncio to Bavaria in 1917 until his death as pope in 1958. She managed the papal charity office
for Pius XII. from its beginning in 1944 to 1958. She was born in Ebersberg. She died from a brain hemorrhage in
Vienna, at age 89. She died in 1983 and buried at the Vatican Campo Santo.

                                   Baavarian Josefina Lehnert (Madre Pascalina Lehnert)
                                              A nun and allied of the Jesuits

Madre Pascalina was the only woman inside the Vatican Roma who was so closed to Pope Pius XII (Cardinal
Pacelli), a very influential and powerful woman inside the Vatican Roma. She was the only woman being present
inside the Papal Conclave.

The Black Pope (Jesuit General) had a secret agent right in the Pontifical apartments in the Vatican. She was a
very pretty Bavarian nun named Josefine Lehnert a.k.a. Mother Pasqualina. According to UPI, she was one of the
most rarely photographed women in the world. She ruled the Vatican with an iron fist. Nobody saw the Pope
without her approval. The Jesuits are closely watching Pope Pius XII through their secret agent Madre Pascalina
(La Popessa). Pope Pius XII knew that the Jesuit General was the instigator of Word War II and he is just
receiving orders from the Jesuit General for the elimination (purging) of Jews “Holocaust”. After World War II,
those who has a direct knowledge who master-minded the war must be silenced, Pius XII already served the
purpose of the Jesuits.

The Bavaria is one of the Jesuits strongholds in Europe where Illuminati and NAZI Germany was born.

                                                                                          By :   jÉÜÄw [|áàÉÜ|tÇá

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