Did you know the Vatican is built upon the foundation of a goddess temple with Cybele as the Magna Mater ("Great Mother")? This goddess is so old, she was originally an Anatolian mother goddess. She was, perhaps, a possible precursor in the earliest neolithic at Çatalhöyük, in the Konya region of Turkey. The statue of a pregnant goddess is seated on a lion throne; it was found in a granary.
Mother goddess from Çatalhöyük, Turkey; Neolithic age (about 6000-5500 BCE).
Pope Joan, "Just under the right arch of St. Peter's Basilica, there was a statue of the only female pope, Pope Joan. It turns out they didn't know she was female until she suddenly gave birth as she was walking down the streets of Rome. Oops. The church later condemned her to death. The question that remains is... why is there a sculpture of her on the most important church in Catholicism... the church that doesn't allow women to even be a priest?"
~ Jason Clay
His virgin birth didn't seem to make him the daughter of god. Fact or fiction? Who cares, these are good stories.