Julius II

Julius II (Giuliano della Rovere) was an Italian political puppet of the elite family della Rovere, used to play the role of head of the Catholic Church (Holy Roman Empire, continuation of the Draco-Orion Empire) from 1503 to 1513, during the so-called renaissance as patron of Rafael and Michelangelo and the Italian Wars between the Habsburgs and French Valois dynasty. He exiled the Borgia's to Spain and helped restoring the power of the Sforza's in Milan and of the Medici's in Florence. by defeating the army of Niccolo Machiavelli. His mistress was the mother of Cesare Borgia. He established the Vatican Museum. In 1509 Rafael started painting the School of Athens with Plato and Aristotle making the Hermetic sign As Above So Below. 

Before he became pope, he was Archbishop of Avignon.

Through the scam of selling indulgences (less punishment in Hell) he financed the rebuilding of St Peter's Basilica in Rome with dome as cup of Isis and obelisk as phallus of Osiris.

In 1494 he signed the Treaty of Tordesillas to divide the American colonies into property of the Portugese Empire and Spanish Empire (House of Castile).

He established the concept of Swiss Guards at the Vatican (ruled by descendants of the Knights Templar.

He ordered the conquest of Latin America (later continued by the Order of the Jesuits). He named himself Julius after Roman Emperor Julius Caesar (Colonna bloodline, Marcantonio Colonna married his niece Lucrezia della Rovere).

Michelangelo was ordered to paint fresco's at the Sistine Chapel, named after Sixtus IV (Francesco della Rovere).

Erasmus of Rotterdam (translated the Bible) wrote the satirical Julius Excluded From Heaven.

He was succeeded by pope Leo X (de Medici, bull against protestant leader Martin Luther).

born 12/5/1443.

died 2/21/1513.

Catholic Church

Elite families