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Key Facts
Date Founded 1057 CE
Founder(s) AntiPope Gregory VII
Etymology From the Greek ante/anti (one who is opposed (to)) + Latin papa (father)
Original Function Title representing a head of the Roman Cult, mostly being Italian claimants from heretic satanic Roman families incorporating the authority of Pontifex Maximus to falsely claim supreme leadership of the Catholic Church.
Superior Position(s) Holy Noble Families of Catholicism, true Catholic Pope, Ecumenical Church Councils (but disputed by Roman Cult)
Inferior Position(s) Roman Cult Cardinals & Clergy




Facts about Position/Title

The title of AntiPope was first formally used by the Francofil Catholic Leaders during the middle of the 11th Century to describe heretic AntiPope Pontifex Maximus Gregory VII and his false claim of superiority over the whole Catholic Church.

Prior to this date, the priestly satanic families of the Cybele cult and supporting Italian families had violently refused to accept either the doctrines of faith of Catholicism as well as Imperial Christianity.

The title AntiPope is equivalent to the official title of AntiChrist --the one who in their position represents the singularly most senior and powerful heretic against the original proper teachings of the Catholic Church and Christianity in general.

While in previous centuries, the more formal religious title of AntiChrist was used by defenders of the official doctrine of faith of the Catholic Church against the "AntiPopes" of the Roman Cult. However, since the succession of defeats of the Protestant (Catholic Reform) movement since the 18th Century, the title has fallen into non-use --instead being falsely assigned to individual-non religious leaders representing a wider evil towards the world.

The AntiPopes of the Roman Cult as officially the AntiChrist

Around 1100, following the rebirth of the role of AntiPope by families supportive of the Roman Cult, it was made a formal article of Catholic doctrine to refer to the reigning AntiPope as the living AntiChrist.

This obedience to this fundamental doctrine of faith of the Catholic Church continued to be observed by large numbers of Catholics until as recent as 80 years ago. When large numbers of Catholic rejected the false claims of the Roman Cult during the "Reformation Period" of history, this key canon was raised as a primary distinction between noble familes and leaders to surrendered to the claims of the AntiPopes and those that continued to defy their heresies.

Incredibly, rather than rescinding this official article of faith of the Catholic Church, the Roman Cult in the 16th Century merely switched the roles of true apostolic Popes of the Catholic Church and AntiPopes of the Roman Cult. Major re-edits were commissioned on the Liber Pontificalis as late as the end of the 16th Century to create the false impression that the Roman cult AntiPopes were the true apostolic Popes.

Today, the Roman Cult perversely uses this law designed to save Catholics from the AntiChrist to demand absolute loyalty and obedience to the AntiChrist while demanding all true Catholic Popes are labelled as AntiPopes and AntiChrists.

The title is rarely used by Protestants in any scholarly debate concerning the Roman Cult and their unlawful hold on the Catholic Church. Similarly, the general understanding of the "protest" movement as being fundamentally and originally about the original Catholic faith has also been lost.

As a result, many commentators mistakenly use the label "Catholic Church" when seeking to describe just the Roman Cult. As the Roman Cult do not represent either proper Catholic Doctrine, nor the Catholic Church of over 1 billion people, this mistake continues to indirectly serves to benefit the Roman Cult.