Moving past the Pope Francis Heresy – written to one nation under God


01. Ave Verum Corpus – a body of archived evidence, a prayer for believers and need to move forward.

02. Moving past the Pope Francis Heresy – written to one nation under God

03. Moving past the Pope Francis Heresy – Reminder to Americans who refuse to travel – The Pope since 2012 has been Andrea Bocelli (Pope Innocente).

04. Technically Andrea Bocelli was destined to be the Greatest Pope ever since his birth.

05. His official Vatican and full Divine name is Papa Paolo Septimas (Luce caecatur Iesu Christi) Divine Royal and Rex Civitatis Vaticanae.

06. Pope Innocente is a solution to the heresy and the Hypocrsy of priests at Rome and in various venues around the world who was bolstered straight to the top and plucked from his comfortable surroundings to serve me again and as the leader of the Church at rome has his own page that serves as at this moment that one page as the Official page of the Holy See as simple as it is.

07. Just like he was plucked when he was Saul of Tarsus to serve me writing poetry to our new adherntsinn Greece as in many Countries such as the Palaestine of Yor

08. aluding to his Espistle to the Phillistines one of many letters he wrote, but despite his efforts to Rome, he was martyred at Rome for the Church at Rome that was still not developed as were Coptic Greeks in Greece and in Turkey.

09. Papa Paolo Septimas (Luce caecatur Iesu Christi) Divine Royal and Rex Civitatis Vaticanae is what the Church at Rome our central Coptic Catholic headquarters — needs right now.

10. They need a martyred christian saint to lead them, they need Paul the Apostle the greatest of all the Apostles and most learned who is Andre Bocelli in reincarnation terms Papa Paolo Septimas (Luce caecatur Iesu Christi) Divine Royal and Rex Civitatis Vaticanae … for you must be born again.

11. The Church at Rome needs a real man to be an example of what it means to be a King and a priest of a home and even of a body of believers and as a pope a Father to many and to serve as an example to regular priests so they can counsel families knowing what it is to raise children and being able to talk to parents and counsel parents and connect with families on the trials of raising children in today’s society.

12. Papa Paolo Septimas (Luce caecatur Iesu Christi) Divine Royal and Rex Civitatis Vaticanae is a good Catholic man priest and now pope who unlike the murderous pedophiles “Benedict and Francis” – Who I myself Judged – to name only two mason priests of many.
Papa Paolo Septimas (Luce caecatur Iesu Christi) Divine Royal and Rex Civitatis Vaticanae is my choice and the choice of the Holy Spirit and of Heaven and he will not be chaste if I have anything to say in the matter for chastity “in men” is at this time in my church at Rome the Roman Coptic Catholic Church.


13. Forced talk of chastity in male priests is dangerous pretext and subject of discourse aimed subtly at facilitating gay male clergy and I will not have boys working with gay male priests like it was in the past and ignoring the past will not make the past go away,


14. Addressing the past with the sense of responsibility for the body of believers around the world is my responsibility and restructuring the Church at Rome that served as a spiritual magical hypocrisy instrument for masons using mason priests – is a priority.}

15. And it starts with the Pope Innocent


16. And it ends with my judgements the judgement of Church at Rome who some believers are still challenged by their compromise to overcome this latest Heresy in some parts of the world, because of their agreement with men inside the church that they knew little or nothing about.


17. I join my prayers with the angels and with saints to help this body of believers overcome this heresy.

18. A small history of Pope Callixtus 

19.  Pope Callixtus I (died circa 223), also called Callistus 1st King of Coptic Church, was a bishop of Rome (according to Sextus Julius Africanus) while the Coptic Church at Rome was still facilitating friendly ties and were not connected with the persecuted followers of  “The  Way” meaning the way of eternal life is the way of reincarnation ….you must bee born again.

20. From c. 218 to his death c. 223. He lived during the reigns of the Roman Emperors Elagabalus and Alexander Severus.

21. Eusebius and the Liberian catalogue gave him five years of episcopate (217–222).

22. However He was martyred for his Christian faith and is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church and the Church still not yet Official at Rome as it was later under Constantine where less animosity was shone to the Coptic Church and the Follower’s of the Way a coptic Christian denomination found some relief but Saint Agnes a leader of  “The Way” still suffered persecution inn the 4th century.

23. His contemporaries and enemies, Tertullian and Hippolytus of Rome the author of Philosophumena, relate that Callixtus, as a young slave from Rome, was put in charge of collected funds by his master Carpophorus, funds which were given as alms by other Christians for the care of widows and orphans;

24. Apperently, it was rumored  that Callixtus lost the funds and fled from the city, but was caught near Portus and most likely the money was stolen.

25. According to this legend of Saint Callistus, Callixtus jumped overboard to avoid capture, but was rescued and taken back to his master.

26. He was released at the request of the creditors, who hoped he might be able to recover some of the money, but was rearrested for fighting in a synagogue when he tried to borrow money or collect debts from some Jews who as peceful Jews were  a favored group.

27. There is a Statue of Pope Callixtus I, at the Cathedral of Reims

28. Philosophumena claims that, denounced as a Christian, Callixtus was sentenced to work in the mines of Sardinia suffering in life as many saints do.

29. He was released with other Christians at the request of Hyacinthus, a “eunuch” presbyter, who represented Marcia, the favourite mistress of Emperor Commodus, around the time of the legendary John Prespyr, John the Presbyter, John Prestor

Presbyter (Greek πρεσβύτερος, : “elder” or “priest” in Christian usage) in the New Testament refers to a leader elder or priest in local Christian congregations, with presbyter being from the Greek “presbyteros” and meaning elder/senior and episkopos meaning overseer of a body of Christian believers.

30. Who like Paull the Apostle has lived and been unveiled at various times in our history much if the reicarnation jargon lost, misplaced or destroyed.

Back in Time: Saint Callixtux

31.  At this time his health was so weakened that his fellow Christians sent him to Antium to recuperate and he was given a pension by Pope Victor

32. In 199, Callixtus was ordained a deacon by Pope Zephyrinus and appointed superintendent of the Christian cemetery on the Appian Way.

33. To this day that cemetary on the Appian Way is called the Catacombs of St. Callixtus,

34,  And to this day that Burial ground is the burial-ground of many popes and was the first land property owned by the Church  grant by the Holy Spirit who works in mysterious ways.

35.  Emperor Julian the Apostate, writing to a pagan priest, said:

“Christians have gained most popularity because of their charity to strangers and because of their care for the burial of their dead.”

36. And as souls traveling through time buring our dead has a been very important reincarnation and ressurrection teaching among the saints and the angels beleving in the resourcefulness of life and the thoughtfulness and fear of the possibilties if their dead not having a chance for the ressurection or reincarnation if creamated, but if anything in history has proven true is that God can ressurect a body even if it has been cremated.

37. In the third century, nine Bishops of Rome were interred in the Catacomb of Callixtus, in the part now called the Capella dei Papi.

38. These catacombs were rediscovered by the archaeologist Giovanni Battista de Rossi in 1849.

39. In 217, when Callixtus followed Zephyrinus as Bishop of Rome, he started to admit into the church converts from sects or schisms who had not done penance….come as you are seemed to be his motto and good motto at that.

40. He fought with success the heretics, and established the practice of absolution of all sins, including adultery and murder.

41. Hippolytus found Callixtus’s policy of extending forgiveness of sins to cover sexual transgressions shockingly lax and denounced him for allowing believers to regularize liaisons with their own female slaves by recognizing them as valid marriages legitimizing them before the Holy Spirit to God’s pleasure averting the Hagar effect who was a legitimate wife of Abraham who started off as a made servant and a surrget mother for Sarah.

42. As a consequence also of doctrinal differences, Hippolytus was elected as a rival bishop of Rome, the first antipope.

43.  The Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere was a titulus of which Callixtus was the patron.

44. In an apocryphal anecdote in the collection of imperial biographies called the Augustan History, the spot on which he had built an oratory was claimed by tavern keepers, but Alexander Severus decided that the worship of any god was better than a tavern, hence the structure’s name.

45, The 4th-century basilica of St. Callixti et Iuliani was rebuilt in the 12th century by Pope Innocent II and rededicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

46. In the 8th-century Chiesa di San Callisto is close by, with its beginnings apparently as a shrine on the site of the martyrdom of Saint Callisto or his murder which is attested to or finally admitted and conffesed to  in the 4th-century Depositio martyrum and his death  as such an important historical event.

47. The Death of Saint Callisto ( Callixtus)

48. It is possible that Callixtus was martyred (murdered) around 222 or 223, perhaps during a religious zeaot uprising infuenced by wizardry and sorcery,

49. But the legend that he was thrown down a well has no historical foundation, though the church in question here does contain an ancient well.

50.  According to the apocryphal Acts of Saint Callixtus, Asterius, a priest of Rome, recovered the body of Callixtus after it had been tossed into a well and buried Callixtus’ body at night.

51. Asterius was arrested for this action by the prefect Alexander and then killed by being thrown off a bridge into the Tiber River.

52. He was buried in the cemetery of Calepodius on the Aurelian Way

53. And his anniversary is given by the 4th-century Depositio Martirum and by subsequent martyrologies on 14 October.

54. The Roman Catholic Church celebrates his optional memorial on 14 October.

55. His relics were transferred in the 9th century to Santa Maria in Trastevere.

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