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On the parallels between The Great Western Schism and The 1958 Conclave
One of the parallels that MHFM points out between the Great Western Schism and the period after the death of Pius XII is that in both cases there is an antipope who took the name of John XXIII, who reigned from Rome and summoned a false council in the third year of his anti-pontificate. The parallel is striking. Perhaps you already noticed, but there are at least four other parallels between the two periods that in my opinion cannot be of coincidence:
I am almost sure that there are other parallels that could be identified, but the point is that, in my opinion, God allowed things to happen in such a way that the Great Western Schism would stand in history as a prefigurement of the Final Schism on the final days. And as the fulfillment is always greater than the prefiguration, while the latter was the Western Schism, the former is an almost universal one.
Also, these parallels, if really intended by God, further show that the false resistance groups like the SSPX are deluded and dead wrong in considering the Vatican II line of antipopes as the legitimate popes, by reason of their failure to understand the situation in which we are living that stems from their bad will. To be consistent, one must recognize that as in the Western Schism there was a line of antipopes, in the Final Schism there must be one also — and a worse one. Their false resistance will never bring good fruit because it is not founded in truth.
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