The Living Force
So, basically, you have a lot of expectations that weren't met...Be said:Sirius, I didn't expect anything, not having been present, and a mere reader of the transcript of the occasion. As a reader I find the Cs are too consistently startling in these sessions to expect anything! But yes, reading the question
to follow the first two names supplied by way of answer, both from the second half of the 20C and the questioner's own lifetime, as a reader I am being nudged in the direction of anticipating another personage from the same general era. A name from much further back, especially if not prominent, is beginning to ask for a note of explanation. Or starting to display a dithery lack of focus, which is something the Cs never do. The very opposite.'Are there any fifth density souls on the earth today or any of recent times we would recognize?'
I would also be anticipating the person named to be eye-catchingly prominent. Recognisable, as Laura asked for. A pope is a good start, but John V is as obscure as a pope can get.
An unheard of name from a different millennium and a different world (ask Fomenko) still sounds out of place to me. I find it easiest to explain as an error of some sort, whether of transcription, miscommunication, or distortion via Frank (perhaps he thought it sounded familiar, the name is similar to those of all the recent popes?) or whatever.
Or there is an intentional riddle (spur to thought) in the name that is whizzing right over my head? Or the name contained some sort of personal significance for either of the channelers.
Or it becomes a mystery for pedants of the Holy Writ to discuss for all time. I suspect there are more important points to be thinking about?