After King Carl Gustav`s supposed marriage with a renewal of the French throne,perhaps a different pope would have been chosen (Voldben, Collected Prophecies).
In fact ,he could not and did not renew the French-Throne of Sweden!

If Alba was Lucius already, then Cardinal Bellini would probably have been the one who would have been shot to death as a Pope-in case the the prophecies hadn't been known...?!
life-threatning choice
Nersinger: “As strange as it sounds: for most cardinals it was hell. The climatic conditions were not as good as they are today. All the cardinals were housed in the apostolic palace, which is not known for being a very cool place. Everything, literally everything, was sealed, every window. It was so bad for the cardinals that they helped themselves: They pushed the tables and chairs against the windows and tried to loosen the seals with every possible tool. At that time I was staying in a pilgrimage home where Cardinal Silvio Oddi also lived. I asked him at the time how he had experienced the conclave. He used an expression that is actually unusual for a cardinal - he used the word 'crepare', i.e. to die. He said, 'We almost died.'"
Source: Vatican News, see above

After a shot to death pope,the next papal throne name introduced Bangkok, so the next pope would have come to the Ramayana throne of Thailand in 1981, who accidentally (!) shot his brother before ascending the throne.
The man has spent his life paying for this casual handling of pistols in his youth. The Thais have now experienced what energy a penitent king can expend for his people!
Then Carolus Woijtila would have remained in the background as a cardinal, as a family-differentiated cardinal to the nun Lucia after Alba Lucius.

The Romanian nobles also had an Austrian noble Carol and a Margarethe (Munzinger Archive: Royal Houses…).

So Wojitila as a cardinal in the background;
So if a killed christian monk results in a monastery being closed, what would be the reaction to a killed pope?
Would that have been intended with “1981 Rome without Peter”=Prophecy Machandelbaum/Voldben’s collection???
So the papal throne was representative of Peter as one of the twelve disciples of “Prophet” Jesus,
how Alexander the Great also had twelve administrative units for conquered areas... Dyonieden?
(Back then, issue 10/2009; + G/History, issue 04/2013).

What might the Ratzinger brothers have done after retirement if they had not become Pope?
I mean, in an interview the former cardinal once said that they actually wanted to go on trips?
But they actually wanted to be near Regensburg when they were old:
Wishing a retirement together with his brother Georg
Joseph Ratzinger moved to the University of Regensburg in 1969 as a professor of dogmatics.
He had a house built in the suburb of Pentling and lived there for a few years. His parents and his sister Maria are buried in a nearby cemetery. Before his election as pope in April 2005, it was assumed that Ratzinger wanted to spend his old age in the house with his brother Georg and therefore never gave up on it. Although Ratzinger had long been active in Rome, Pentling remained his secular residence for decades.
Source: from February 12, 2013

And what if Thailand also has an “outsourced story” from India as its state story by then (1981 AD)?

Reconstruction and creation of theChakri dynasty(chapter3.4)

Rama I.
Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok as author
The beginning of the reign was still burdened by the almost complete loss of Ayutthaya's literature and legal texts. King Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok therefore had the laws redrafted and was able to carry out a certain amount of modernization. He was himself very interested in literature and wrote the Ramakien, the Thai version of the Indian Ramayana.

And Hebrews atone for the invasion of the Hyksos in Egypt, in which they implemented the idea of a unified God:
All of these martyrs gave their lives in the name of a movement that began in Canaan almost 3,000 years ago. At that time, Semitic tribes created an image of God that today 3.3 billion Jews, Muslims and Christians adhere to. With the olive branch and the sword they brought the idea of the imageless All-Father into the world. Mohammed ("Our God and your God is one God") helped a lot.
Source: Spiegel, The Pharaoh's Testament, dated December 21, 2006

So, through Moses, the idea of monotheism of the Egyptian Ech'N 'Aton is brought to the attention of the Hebrews, who had previously invaded Egypt with the Hyksos, and they move together to Canaan, their original first settlement area... towards the Pulastu/Philistines to stop them on the way to Egypt!?!

And now Thailand is a Cambodia again since the Cambodia Civil War and after the Khmer Rouge (1975-1979)?
In 1863, Cambodia came under French rule and later became part of French Indochina. After independence in 1953, Cambodia was initially spared from the military conflicts in Indochina, but was drawn into the Second Indochina War after a military coup in 1970. After years of civil war, the Khmer Rouge established a reign of terror in 1975, which, according to various estimates, claimed 1.7 to well over 2 million lives until the Khmer Rouge were overthrown by Vietnamese troops in 1979. Cambodia remained occupied by Vietnam for ten years; the deposed Khmer Rouge resisted using guerrilla tactics. After 1989, with the participation of the United Nations, a peace agreement and the reconstruction of state structures followed, which ended in 1993 with a new constitution and the restoration of the monarchy

So the Cambodians really tried to establish communism (like in Viet'Nam), but it simply cost too many lives! Laos was moved out of Thailand and was able to survive as a communist country, while Cambodia is a monarchy again.
That's why Thailand and Cambodia are both monarchies... and Hebrews their original "brothers"(?): both freed themselves from the English occupation almost at the same time?!

The Poles have never traveled around the world :
Poland's nobility
Term: Szlachta
In everyday language, the Szlachta is often reduced to the Polish landed nobility or petty nobility, but this is not true. The Szlachta occupied an exceptional position on a European scale because, depending on the region, it comprised 8-15% of the population and dominated politics, society and the economy in the Kingdom of Poland to such an extent that the kingdom was transformed into an aristocratic republic. At the height of an aristocratic omnipotence that was fatal to the state, Sarmatism subsumed the entirety of the rights that had accrued to it over the centuries under the term “Golden Freedom” and made it the core concept of Polish constitutional history.[4] The fact that at the end of the 18th century one in six Poles was a member of the nobility has a lasting impact on the consciousness of the modern Polish nation, as does the self-critical question of whether it might not have been precisely this dominance of the nobility - the constitution of the aristocratic republic determined by class egoism and its inability to reform , which led to their demise between 1772 and 1795.[5] The Szlachta played an exceptionally large role within Polish society well into the 20th century and deeply influenced Polish culture through their presence, behavior and mentality.[6] All aristocratic privileges were abolished in 1945 through the reintroduction of the March Constitution of 1921.[7]
The Szlachta after 1918
In the newly founded Poland of 1918, all aristocratic privileges were abolished by the constitution of 1921 and the use of titles was banned. However, the noble landowners retained a position of power that should not be underestimated through their ownership of around 40% of the arable land. The new constitution of 1935 repealed the abolition of 1921, but without explicitly re-establishing the nobility. From 1936 onwards, the revival of the use of titles (including in official documents) based on the German model was tacitly tolerated. “Count Bogdan von Hutten-Czapski” became “Bogdan Graf von Hutten-Czapski”. In 1945, the aristocratic privileges were finally abolished through the reintroduction of the 1921 constitution and the estates were parceled out. Until around 1947, the nobility was left with their mansions and castles (which, however, they had to share with many tenants assigned by the housing office) and remaining estates (up to 100 hectares in Greater Poland, 50 hectares in the rest of the country). However, without an economic backbone, the large buildings were difficult to maintain. After the return to the market economy in 1990, the expropriations of farmland and manor houses were not reversed - unlike in the Czech Republic.

It's not exactly clear here how the 8%-15% of the Polish nobility came into being... Were they nobility of kings or were there only letters of nobility in Poland from the Roman Vatican State (with its state-owned coinage)???
In any case, the Polish nobility has been completely without function any more!

And the austrian nobility...:
Austrian Nobility
The Austrian nobility (like the nobility of other European countries) emerged from the feudal system of the Middle Ages and until the collapse of the Habsburg Monarchy in 1918 it was characterized by great diversity in ranking as well as linguistic, ethnic and religious affiliation, which reflected the European diversity of the dual monarchy. In contrast to the “Second Society”, the high nobility was also known as the “First Society”. In 1919 the nobility was abolished in the Republic of Austria.

The Austrian nobility outside the imperial family was most recently (1918) divided into five ranks:
the simple nobility with the name form von or the honorific Edler von;
the knighthood with the name form knight of;
the baron class with the name form Freiherr von (usually addressed and written as baron in everyday life;
in Austria-Hungary it was also formally considered to have the same status as a Hungarian barony); the count status with the name form Graf von, in the case of mediatized houses often with the title Illustrious;
the princely class with the name form Fürst von, often with the address Serene Highness.
After the end of the monarchy: Abolition of the Nobility Act of 1919 On April 3, 1919,

“nobility, its external honorary privileges, as well as titles and dignities that were awarded merely for distinction and not related to an official position, profession or scientific or artistic qualifications, and the associated honorary privileges of German-Austrian citizens” were abolished. The use of nobility, titles and dignities was made punishable (Abolition of Nobility Act, StGBl. No. 211 / 1919, Enforcement Instructions of April 18, 1919, StGBl. No. 237 / 1919).
The law came into force on April 10, 1919 and is still in effect today. The Austrian Federal Constitutional Law, passed in 1920 and still valid today in an amended form, states in Article 7: “All German citizens are equal before the law. Privileges of birth, gender, status, class and creed are excluded.”
Source:Österreichischer_Adel(austrian nobility)

Paragraph 1 of the Nobility Abolition Act of April 3, 1919 stipulated: “The nobility, its external honorary privileges as well as titles and dignities that are awarded merely for distinction and which are not related to an official position, profession or scientific or artistic qualifications and the associated honorary privileges of Austrian citizens are abolished.”
Source: from May 3rd, 2019; Author Stefan May

the English Church... under Henry VIII:

King and religious leader
with Pope Clement VII's refusal to annul King Henry VIII's marriage, the English bishops decided to no longer recognize the pope's authority in the Kingdom of England and declared on February 11, 1531 that their king was now head (Supreme head) of the Catholic Church in England.

This triggered the English Reformation, which initially saw few changes in liturgical life, apart from the use of English instead of Latin.
The Supremacy Act was passed by Parliament in 1534. Holidays, veneration of relics and pilgrimages were restricted, and all monasteries were closed until 1540. Legal freedoms of the clergy and sanctuaries were abolished in favor of a uniform jurisprudence in the hands of the king. Traditional theology and celibacy, on the other hand, were expressly affirmed in the Act of Six Articles 1539. Thomas Cromwell was responsible for overseeing

How would that be possible(?): a pope should be dead, the Church (at least initially the Catholic Church) was to decline;
and then a church whose representative power (king) is also the head of the church?

So what can be the future if the Christian church(s) should dismantle?
The new sun-worshipping culture begins (perhaps the rebirth of the individual is not so important, but rather a rebirth of a sun-worshipping church...?!), which manifested itself in 'Prophet' Jesus?!
a) Even if the actual task of the religion(s) should be to teach/share/convey reduction techniques...
the Catholic priests often confused themselves with the Romans - rather than with Jesus, right?
As a result, they often did not contribute very significantly to the distinction between men and women... for the purpose of arguing/fighting/avoiding war...

If there were no church anymore, what would we have in our regions before?

How can we learn to distinguish between males and females, apart from simple characteristics such as penis or breasts...?!
What kind of criteria could there be for this? e.g. different traditions?

These questions also arise from the fact that Hebrews will then no longer be responsibel for Christianity (back in their ancestral land anyway)
[who, through Moses, came to the idea of 'one God' and not polytheism; and were also responsible for Christianity from the Roman occupation onwards].

The next papal throne name introduced Bangkok, so the next pope would have come to the Ramayana throne of Thailand in 1981, who accidentally (!) shot his brother to death before ascending the throne.
The man has spent his life paying for this casual handling of pistols in his youth. (see above: from May 9, 21)

and how did the Spanish king get in the way(?):
brother accidently killed:JuanCarlos I.
On March 29, 1956, Juan Carlos' 14-year-old brother Alfonso died in exile in Estoril in a firearm accident.[2]
Juan Carlos, then 18, was the only witness. The official explanation was that a shot went off while the gun was being cleaned. The bullet hit Alfonso in the forehead; he died a few minutes later as a result of the injury.
This tragedy, rarely mentioned in Spain, was probably an accident. However, the incident was never investigated in court, as requested by Juan Carlos' uncle Jaime, the father's older brother. It was never clarified which of the two teenagers fired the shot. The weapon from which the fatal shot came was personally sunk into the sea by Juan Carlos' father.[3]

Fact is:1956 is exactly 12 years before the marriage of the Norwegian (second existing Danish throne, i.e. a contender for the throne) heir to the middle-class, studied Haraldson, Sonia...!

The restoration of the Spanish throne was already a done deal between Juan Carlos' father and Franco long before the accident occurred.

A different fact in history : when the Slavic tribes fought each other and then asked southern Swedish tribal chiefs to be their kings, peace arose!
South Swedish Vikings as the first Rus princes
what the chronicler Nestor reported from the year 862 about the doings of their Slavic ancestors:
“There was no justice among them, and tribe rose against tribe, and there were dissensions among them, and they began to make war on each other themselves.
Finally they said to themselves: 'Let us look for a prince who will rule us and judge us fairly.'
Then they went across the sea to the Varangians, to the Rus."
The mysterious monk Nestor wrote these lines in the Cave Monastery in Kiev at the beginning of the 12th century and he called it “Tale of the Past Years” (Powest vremennych let). His “Nestor Chronicle”, possibly edited around 1115 by the Kiev abbot Sylvester, is still our most important source for the emergence of the Kiev Empire, the so-called Rus.
Two kilometers south of Novgorod on the right bank of the Volkhov, Rurik had the base Holmgard (town on the hill) built around 865; the Russians called it “Ryurikow gorodishche” (Rurik's fortified town).
As early as 868, the Varangian princes Askold and Dir traveled by water to the Slavic city of Kiev (Kiänugard).
After Rurik's death in 879, his successor Helgi appointed himself grand prince there and founded Kievan Rus.
Source: published on September 7th, 2015 / by Jan von Flocken

When the Swedes agreed and made a Frenchman their king Peace arose again!
Jean Baptiste Bernadotte
Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte was a French revolutionary general who fought in the Army of Italy under Napoleon Bonaparte after the French conquest of the Austrian Netherlands, Holland and the left Rhine region. During the imperial era, Bernadotte became one of the 14[1] marshals from May 19, 1804 with whom Napoleon led his campaigns. He took, among other things, took part in the battles of Austerlitz and Wagram (...). In his time until 1810 he was governor of the Electorate of Hanover, Ansbach and the Hanseatic cities. He received the title of Prince of Pontecorvo and other honors from the emperor.
He fell out with the emperor after the Battle of Wagram (1809), but successfully led the defense of France when the British landed in Holland.
In 1810 Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte was adopted by the childless King Charles XIII.. As heir to the Swedish throne, Bernadotte took the name Karl Johann. He converted to the Evangelical Lutheran faith and became a member of the Church of Sweden. Because Norway had been linked to Sweden in a personal union since 1814 as a result of the Peace of Kiel, he also became the heir to the Norwegian throne and, after the death of his adoptive father, also the Norwegian king.

And what emerged from the disputed throne of the Norwegians into an existing throne of the Danes?
A Danish Prince,King of Norway

Apparently the Tibetans also tried to achieve peace because they were tired of their warlords' endless wars of conquest, so they quickly declared them sacred... (Alexander Norman, History of the Tibetan Dalai Lamas).

Norwegians are neither saints nor have they peace really achieved!
But they have their national holiday on May 17th. placed, Buddha's birthday! ? !