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Message Subject The Knights Templar are responsible for the resignation of the Pope
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In 1892, Berenger Sauniere traveled to the Louve in Paris and went to view three paintings in particular, these were: “The Shepherds of Arcadia” by Poussin, Teniers’ “The Temptation of St. Anthony”, and an anonymous portrait of the investiture of Pope Celestine V titled "Allegory of the Coronation of Celestine V”.

[link to shugborough.info]
 Quoting: shugborough.info

I always wondered why Berenger Sauniere (of Rennes-le-Chateau infamy) was interested with a painting of Pope Celestine V.

Not it became clear to me why.

Pope Saint Celestine V (1215 – 19 May 1296), was elected Pope in the year 1294 in the last non-conclave papal election in the history of the Roman Catholic Church. He is notable for having abdicated the papacy and for declaring the right of any pope to abdicate the papacy, a right that he himself exercised at the end of five months and eight days at Naples on 13 December 1294.

Although it is often said that Celestine is the only pope to resign voluntarily, in fact, other popes have similarly abdicated of their own will. These are John XVIII in 1009 and Benedict IX in May 1045 (although he regretted it and was soon back). There was also Gregory XII in 1415 who agreed to quit at the request of the Council of Constance.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: wikipedia

When Berenger Sauiniere bought a copy of Pope Celestine V's painting in 1892, is he saying that a pope will be forced to resign in the future by those who are behind the mysteries of Rennes-le-Chateau?
 Quoting: Anti-GLP Effect

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