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Prisoner Pope Gregory XVII Signals Masonic Coup Occurred
"Siri said we had to pray for future Conclaves, for grace so that those who would participate would be truly free of any type of conditioning or influence, not only in ethnical or political terms but also social. We had to pray that 'there would be no manipulation by any SECT'."
Fr. Raimondo Spiazzi, "Il Cardinale Giuseppe Siri", Bologna: Studio Dominicani, 1990. (Note: The quote from Spiazzi's book was extracted from the "30 Days" magazine article, "Infiltrators? Yes... ”, November 1991, p. 55.) His Holiness, always under surveillance, is talking about maintaining the integrity of "'future' Conclaves"... clearly implying that the "past" 1958 Conclave's LAWFUL/TRUE RESULT (which made him Christ's Vicar) was satanically manipulated (FALSIFIED) by the Freemasonic sect... which had successfully installed their brethren Roncalli (A.K.A. Antipope John XXIII), to hasten their age-old goal of total destruction of the Catholic Church.

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