This also connects to this and this. Notice how the current Jesuit Pope follows eight people --- all him because he is so "special." Also, see this article about the Jesuit Pope and here for more about the Grand Inquisitor and Jesus. Peter the Roman is connected to the epistles of Peter. As I have said before, the bible is a dialectic. Peter the Roman is connected to the Synoptic Gospels, not the gospel of John. In the epistles of Peter and Paul in the New Testament, both of them call themselves Apostles --- they are the false Apostles that Jesus talks about in the book of Revelation. In the epistles of Jude or Judah in Greek and James or Jacob in Greek ---- they do not mention this. They actually both mention that something is wrong and that something has crept into the church that is false.
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