On October 26, 1958, at 5:55 PM (Rome time) White Smoke billowed from the Sistine Chapel for a full five minutes. This indicated that a Pope had been elected, had accepted, and had chosen a name. (Only then do the priests at the stove push in dry straw to make the white smoke.) But no Pope emerged. Two days later, John XXIII emerged to the cheers of the world press. What happened? For the fullest explanations available, see the important articles linked on the home page, “Comments on the Eclipse of the Church and the White Smoke of October 26, 1958” — and — “Grave Reasons of State”.
Please note: the first four images below are pictures only. Below the pictures are the youtube address for 12 videos, with the video itself linked below the youtube address. #4 is the most comprehensive video, but all are very short to watch.
Here are the videos, #4 is the most comprehensive; all the videos are short to watch. All videos are from the 12 part youtube video, “Papal Imposters”