Alternately, while it seems fanciful, some occult researchers claim it really means: Isis, Horace, Set: Yet by Roman Catholic heraldic standards all bishops are required to include the archiepiscopal cross as well.
However, even though his coat of arms (dated 2001) lacked the required cross, we know that he was in fact a bishop prior to 2001.
Bergoglio was named Auxiliary Bishop of Buenos Aires in 1992 and was ordained on 27 June 1992 as Titular Bishop of Auca. This is extremely odd and has prompted heraldic specialists to assert ineptitude on the part of its designer. It suggests something is amiss.
Could the strange rule bending circumstances surrounding Pope Benedict XVI’s retirement suggest he is the uncannonical pope that St. (it looks the this malformed coat of arms has been quickly revised, so copy those images for safekeeping).
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Wikipedia now has a corrected version: Apocalyptic Franciscan prophecies and heraldic guffaws aside, many have overlooked another Catholic Saint he could have drawn the papal name from: St.
Francis Xavier, a fellow Jesuit infamous for inspiring the Goa inquisition.
The meaning of which is: It is just to exterminate or annihilate impious or heretical Kings, Governments, or Rulers.
Paramount is the fact that he is the first ever Jesuit pope.
This has great prophetic significance as the Jesuit order was formed to specifically to combat the protestant reformation and assert papal supremacy over the entire world.
The two living popes situation alone supports a charge of one “not canonically elected” but more mysteriously, there seems to be something fishy going on with his heraldry.
According to one expert, “As can be seen on the coat of arms, he was not a bishop, despite being cardinal.” This was Cardinal Bergoglio’s coat of arms as of 2010: See: uses the Jesuit Solar deity symbol, The Jesuits maintian that IHS stands for first three letters of the Greek name of Jesus, iota-eta-sigma but if so the name is Ἰησοῦς so why not use the Greek letters Ι Η Σ ?