Saturday, April 09, 2005

The Next Pope In Prophecy

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With the Pope's burial yesterday there was a solar eclipse. Likewise, when the Pope was born on May 18th, 1920, there also was a solar eclipse. What is the probability of being born and then buried on the same day as a solar eclipse? About 1 in 35,000.

What's really interesting is the connection of this "coincidence" with the prophecy of Saint Malachy who in 1139 wrote down his vision of the popes to come until the end of the world. He wrote down that there would be 112 popes from that time forth and for each pope he gave a descriptive phrase or sentence. What descriptive phrase did he give for Pope John Paul II, the 110th pope since 1139? This pope was referred to as "De labore Solis" or 'from the labour of the sun'.

As for the next pope, Malachy provided the following description: "Gloria de Olivae" or 'the Glory of the Olives'.

Please bear in mind that the 111th pope since Malachy's prophecy is the second to last in the list. Who is the last pope? The antichrist himself according to Malachy: "In extreme persecution, the seat of the Holy Roman Church will be occupied by Peter the Roman, who will feed the sheep through many tribulations, at the term of which the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the formidable Judge will judge his people. The End."

In other words, it looks like the throne of the catholic church will be usrurped by satan on earth as part of the church's persecution following the next pope. Who would do this? I believe I may have the answer...

P.S. For those who still question why we went to war with Iraq, please read this article.

1 comment:

wallyboy said...

St Malachy Prophecies
From the Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 edition
The most famous and best known prophecies about the popes are those attributed to St. Malachy. In 1139 he went to Rome to give an account of the affairs of his diocese to the pope, Innocent II, who promised him two palliums for the metropolitan Sees of Armagh and Cashel. While at Rome, he received (according to the Abbé Cucherat) the strange vision of the future wherein was unfolded before his mind the long list of illustrious pontiffs who were to rule the Church until the end of time. The same author tells us that St. Malachy gave his manuscript to Innocent II to console him in the midst of his tribulations, and that the document remained unknown in the Roman Archives until its discovery in 1590 (Cucherat, "Proph. de la succession des papes", ch. xv). They were first published by Arnold de Wyon, and ever since there has been much discussion as to whether they are genuine predictions of St. Malachy or forgeries. The silence of 400 years on the part of so many learned authors who had written about the popes, and the silence of St. Bernard especially, who wrote the "Life of St. Malachy", is a strong argument against their authenticity, but it is not conclusive if we adopt Cucherat's theory that they were hidden in the Archives during those 400 years.

I personally am inclined to believe that this prophey is a forgery. If you study Catholic propecy you will see that after the Angelic Shepherd there are at least 3 or 4 more popes after him. The Catholic Church will exist until the very end of time. If you are interested in authentic Catholic prophecy, I highly recommend to books Trial, Tribulation and Triumph by Desmond Birch and The Book of Destiny by Fr. Herman Bernard Kramer.

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