A week ago, the College of Cardinals had unanimously chosen Mortati for the office known as The Great Elector-the conclave’s internal master of ceremonies.
Although an unlikely candidate, Mortati was chosen by an unprecedented unanimous vote by the College of Cardinals.
’Election by Adoration occurs when …. all the cardinals, as if by inspiration of the Holy Spirit, freely and spontaneously, unanimously and aloud, proclaim one individual’s name.’
Nonetheless, the Swiss Guards unanimously agreed that the camerlegno’s bold decision to address the world with the truth and then provide the media with actual visuals of Illuminati treachery had been a savvy maneuver.
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It was a unanimous decision.
The chairperson encouraged the committee to come up with a statement they could agree to unanimously.