Was Pope Paul VI Replaced by an Impostor?
‘In 1973, the Marian Press,Georgetown, Ontario, Canada sent the Pinkerton Detective Agency to Rome to investigate “substitutes” used to represent Paul VI. The evidence gathered at that time was positive.
The impostor Pope was first photographed December 11, 1974. He had an elementary education and due of the lack of proper education, was not adequately in a position to answer questions and issues with coherence.
This lack of proper training was clearly evident when some European statesmen were granted private audiences from the Fall of 1975. When queries of depth and coherence were submitted his way, his responses took the shape of comments rather than answers, but unwarily without the quality or capacity habitual to his distinguished guests. From such occasions, it was unanimous to these statesmen and Church dignitaries that something was rotten in Rome.’