The Missing Books of the Bible can be found in Latin Vulgates printed prior to the 1800's
The following are the table of contents for two Clementine Latin Vulgates, which show the placement of the 3rd and 4th Books of Esdras after the Apocalypse in their table of contents. It is important to point out that Pius V removed these books in the 1540’s after changing the Mass and introducing the Lord’s Prayer (Our Father) beads to the 150 straight beaded Rosary. Pius V’s decision was retracted and these final books of the bible were put back in by Pope Clement VIII in 1592, hence the name Clementine Biblia Sacra, but were suppressed again by the year 1800. Since Popes are not supposed to contradict each other, it should raise a red flag to those studying the history of heresy and Masonic revisionism.
Clement VIII’s reasoning behind returning the Ezra or Esdras Apocalypse back into the Latin Vulgate was “Lest they should perish.” Below are the tables of contents from authentic Catholic Latin Vulgates to prove their placement after John's Apocalypse or "Revelation" in modern copies.
Above: the Table of Contents from a 1685 from the Canonical “To settle all disputes (Trent)” Latin Vulgate Biblia Sacra, which shows the existence and placement of the Esdras Apocalypse at the end of the Bible, coming after John's Apocalypse or "Book of Revelation" which today is the accepted "ending of the Bible" in all modern texts.
Above: the Table of Contents from a 1769 from the Canonical “To settle all disputes (Trent)” Latin Vulgate Biblia Sacra which shows the existence and placement of the Esdras Apocalypse at the end of older Bibles, coming after John's Apocalypse or "Book of Revelation," which today is the accepted "ending of the Bible."
200 years after making the end of the Bible disappear, Anti-Pope John Paul II cryptically touches upon the missing conclusion of the Bible when he was known as “Cardinal” Karol Wojtyla from his book “Sign of Contradiction” in 1979.
|Esdras Apocalypse in Old English from 1582||Esdras Apocalypse in Latin from 1685||Esdras Apocalypse in Spanish from 1569|