Image: Jesuit Superior, the Black Pope, Adolpho Nicholas, seen here with previous Black Pope, Peter-Hans Kolvenbach
Editor Note: Cobra recently stated that Pope Francis has now assumed the role of both White Pope and Black Pope, and this is the first time in history that this has happened:
Alexandra – Ah ha. And one of the comments I wanted to ask you about, you mentioned that he was actually the grey pope. When I did a little digging on the blood lines and the secret history of the Jesuit Order It was very interesting, I found the grey, white and black pope. Can you give us info on that and what that means? Whats the importance of that?
Cobra – The white pope is the pope which is publicly known. The pope everybody sees when they’re watching TV from Vatican. The black pope is the hat of the Jesuits. The grey pope is the hat from the Black Nobility families, the Archons. I have an interesting situation. The black pope and the white person is the same person – Pope Francis, head of the Jesuits. Now we have 2 persons which are working in this Triad. It’s a very interesting energetic situation that has never happened before.
Alexandra – For them to have the same person playing both of those roles, what do you feel is their agenda?
Cobra – Actually they are desperate. Jesuits prefer working behind the scenes. They only get public when they can not achieve their goals behind the scenes. That’s why they have their own person as a pope. It was their last desperate move for the Jesuits. Now everybody’s talking about Jesuits. Nobody was talking about Jesuits. Everybody is now talking about exposing them.
Excerpt from: Cobra Interview Transcript, March 2014
(National Catholic Reporter) Fr. Adolfo Nicolas, superior general of the Jesuits, announced his intention to resign in late 2016 after he turns 80.
“Reflecting on the coming years, I have reached the personal conviction that I should take the needed steps toward submitting my resignation to a general congregation,” Nicolas said in a letter dated May 20 and sent to Jesuits around the world.
Nicolas, who was elected in 2008, said he already has discussed the idea with Pope Francis — a Jesuit — with officials at the Jesuit headquarters and with Jesuit provincials around the world.
“The result of the consultation is favorable toward the convening of a general congregation,” he said.
Like the pope, the superior general of the Jesuits is elected for life, although the Jesuit constitutions include provisions for the superior general to resign. Nicolas succeeded Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, who resigned at the age of 79. At the time, Kolvenbach said, “the Society of Jesus has the right to be governed and animated by a Jesuit in full possession of his physical and spiritual talents and not by a companion whose energies continue to diminish because of age.”
When delegates to the general congregation accepted his resignation, Kolvenbach thanked them “for so graciously firing me.”
Five days later, the delegates elected Nicolas, a Spaniard who had been serving as moderator of the Jesuit Conference of East Asia and Oceania. At the time, Nicolas told reporters it was unlikely any Jesuit leader again would feel an absolute obligation to serve until death.
The Society of Jesus, the largest religious order of men in the Catholic church, includes about 17,000 priests and brothers.
Source: National Catholic Reporter