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Pope John Paul II created more saints than all his predecessors of the of the past centuries put together. And he had a special affinity with the Virgin Mary. His polytheistic hankerings were dramatically demonstrated in 1981 when he suffered an assassination attempt in Rome, and attributed his survival to intervention to Our Lady of Fatima. A maternal hand guided the bullet. One cannot but wonder why she didn’t guide it to miss him altogether. Professor Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion, cited lecture Berkeley University 2008
Within a few days of Paul VI’s return to Rome the Pope let it be known that Rome was ready to take a new look at secret societies. The stage was now set for full Papal approval of membership in secret societies. On 27th November 1983, Pope John Paul II issued the papal bull which legalised secret society membership for Roman Catholics. Pope VI continued to promote the New World Order until his death. New World Order: The Devil in the Vatican
Pope John Paul II in St Peter’s Square. One minute he’s fine. The next, two bullets have been fired into his chest. The Pope survived, and the assassin was arrested as a lone gunman. Criminal Behaviour: A Vatican Cover-Up
The attempted assassination of John Paul II back in 1981 – that it wasn’t a case of a lone gunman ... It involved both the KGB through some still shady Bulgarian connection. Devon Jackson, author Conspiranoia: The Mother of All Conspiracies
May 13th 1981 St Peter’s Square Rome: 5:17 in the afternoon. Pope John Paul II is being driven slowly through an adoring crowd. Suddenly, the air is shattered by the sound of gunfire. Echoing throughout the vast space. The Pope staggers and falls back into the arms of an aide. Infamous Assassinations: The Attempt on Pope John Paul II
No-one sees a young man pull a handgun from his pocket and raise it. 5:17 p.m. Four shots ring out in quick succession. For a moment there is a stunned silence as thousands of people catch their breath. The pope falls backwards and is supported by one of his assistants. ibid.
The gunman is twenty-three-year-old Mehmet Ali Agca ... He insists he acted alone. But not everyone believes him. They’re still convinced the Soviet Union had a hand in the assassination attempt. Later, however, Agca changes his story yet again. He claims he was put up for the job by the Bulgarian secret police. ibid.
Serious doubts still remain over whether or not Agca acted alone when he tried to kill the Pope. And more importantly was the KGB pulling his strings by using the Bulgarian secret police? ibid.
Pope John Paul II had been shot four times at close range. Secret Access: The Vatican
Mehmet Ali Agca: He was the only man prosecuted for this crime but many questioned his motives from the very beginning. But if Ali Agca was a hired gun, he wasn’t saying who paid him. Conspiracy s1e8: Murder at the Vatican, Channel 5 2015
John Paul II preached that man is Christ in many ways ... The entire day of prayer with the pagans and heretics was John Paul II’s idea. Satanic Vatican
On November 27 1983 Pope John Paul II issued the papal bull which legalised secret society membership for Roman Catholics. ibid.