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59,505. John Paul I had seen corruption in the Vatican Bank first hand. (Vatican & Corruption & Assassinations: John Paul I) Brad Meltzer’s Decoded s2e3: Vatican
12,948. In the early evening of Saturday, 26th August 1978, hundreds of thousands of people rejoiced to see the white smoke emanating from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel. Shortly thereafter 7:18 p.m. Pericle Cardinal Felici stepped out on the balcony above the main doors of St Peter’s Basilica and announced Habemus papem [We have a Pope] and announced his name: Cardinal Albino Luciani, who took the name of Pope John Paul I ... He only served thirty-three days. (Catholicism & New World Order & Secret Societies & Assassinations & P2 Lodge & Vatican & Pope) New World Order: The Devil in the Vatican
12,949. With his bright intelligence and naive fearlessness John Paul I penetrated to the heart of this maze of corruption within weeks of his coronation. On the evening of 28th September 1978 he called Cardinal [Jean] Villot, the leader of the powerful Curia, to his private study to discuss certain changes that he proposed to make public the following day. Among those whose resignations would be accepted by the Pontiff the following day were the head of the Vatican Bank and several members of the Curia who were implicated in the activities of Sindona and P2 and Villot himself. When Pope John Paul I retired to his bedroom on the evening of 28th September clutching the paperwork that would expose the Vatican’s financial dealings with the Mafia and purge the Curia of those responsibly, a number of very ruthless individuals had a great interest in seeing to it that he would never awaken to issue these directives. (Catholicism & New World Order & Secret Societies & Assassination Cases & P2 Lodge & Vatican & Pope) ibid.
82,154. On 26 August 1978, Cardinal Albino Luciani was elected Pope on only the fourth ballot, taking the name of John Paul I …
Just 33 days later, on Thursday, September 28, the Pope sat down to dinner in his Vatican apartment with his two secretaries, the Italian Father Diego Lorenzi and the Irishman Father John Magee. It was a simple meal – clear soup, veal, fresh beans and salad.
The secretaries had a glass of wine each; the Pope drank only water. When it was over, the three briefly watched a news programme; then, soon after nine, John Paul I retired for the night, setting his old wind-up alarm clock for the hour at which he normally rose, 4.30 a.m.
The next morning at exactly that time a nun named Sister Vincenza carried a flask of coffee to his study, as she had done every day for 20 years since his time in Vittorio Veneto, knocking at his bedroom door and bidding him good morning. Most unusually, there was no reply. A quarter of an hour later she returned and knocked again. Still no sound.
By now seriously alarmed, she gingerly opened the door. There was the Pope sitting up in bed, wearing his spectacles and with some sheets of paper clutched in his hand. She felt his pulse. There was none; the wrist was icy cold. Panic-stricken, she rushed to wake Lorenzi and Magee, who immediately telephoned the Secretary of State, Cardinal Jean Villot, in his apartment two floors below …
First of all, Villot had behaved very strangely. He had instantly pocketed the bottle of pills – Effortil – that the Pope took for his low blood pressure, together with his spectacles, his slippers, and the papers from his study desk. None of these were ever seen again.
The Secretary of State had also ordered the whole papal apartment – all 19 rooms of it – to be cleared of all John Paul I’s possessions; by six that evening there was no trace of the dead Pope anywhere to be seen. The apartment was then sealed until the arrival of his successor. That same evening – little more than 12 hours after its discovery – the Signoracci brothers returned to embalm the body. Mail online article 7th May 2011
59,504. The Vatican - seat of the Catholic Church – covered up the murder of one of its popes: in September 1978 John Paul I was pope for only 33 days. (Vatican & Murder & Assassinations) Brad Meltzer’s Decoded s2e3: Vatican
111,761. We examine the claims of shocking scandals and brutal murders surrounding the Roman Catholic church. Was the church guilty of murdering its own Pope – John Paul I? Was the Vatican in league with the Americans to help war criminals guilty of genocide escape justice? And was the Vatican involved with the murder of the man known as God’s banker? (Assassinations & Catholic & Vatican) Conspiracy s1e8: Murder at the Vatican, Channel 5 2015
111,764. Before he could make any changes, 33 days into his new role, he was found dead. Officially, it was said to be a heart attack. But there are many who claim he was murdered by his fellow priests and the Vatican got away with it. (Assassinations & Catholic & Vatican) ibid.
13,008. Luciani Albini, Pope John Paul I, was almost certainly murdered. (Catholic & Assassinations) Satanic Vatican
13,012. John Paul I: Among those whose resignations would be accepted by the Pontiff the following day were the head of the Vatican Bank and several members of the Curia ... No death certificate for Pope John Paul I has been made public. (Catholicism & Secret Societies & P2 Lodge & False Flag Attacks & Black Ops & Assassinations) ibid.