Prophecy & the Last Pope: St. Malachy, Nostradamus, the Antichrist and End Times
Sarah Skye, Dace Allen
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Was Benedict XVI the last real Pope? Does the reign of Pope Francis mark the beginning of End Times?
In this book, you'll discover the eerily accurate prophecies of Saint Malachy. You'll see what Nostradamus and Mother Shipton said, along with many other mystics who predicted the final days... and your future.
We'll share the three very different ways to read Malachy's 112th prediction (the Petrus Romanus one), and why punctuation makes all the difference if you're counting Popes after Benedict XVI.
We'll explain why Comet ISON may signal when the antichrist will appear, and what political headlines -- especially which dynamic Papal duo -- should make you nervous.
You'll discover why Pope Francis is an enigma, and who to watch even more closely. The real power -- and Petrus Romanus -- may be someone you least expect. (After all, the Wizard of Oz was usually concealed behind the curtain.)
Or, Petrus Romanus may have played his role and left the stage. We'll point to the most likely -- and almost unnoticed -- match for St. Malachy's prophecy.
But -- we promise -- we won't make everything sound like a conspiracy that will end very badly. We'll point to the silver linings in many prophecies about the end times.
Sure, you'll discover the truth about the 666 tiara, and what numerology might tell us about the last Pope... and the darkness that may follow him.
You'll also learn fascinating trivia about the first Borgia Pope, the legend of the White Pope and the Black Pope, and how Benedict's resignation may fulfill a very unlikely prophecy. (If we're right -- Pope Francis already matches our suspicions -- this could get very weird.)
If you're looking for well-researched history with a dash of flippant humor, and a "last Pope" explanation that doesn't take itself too seriously... this is the book you want!
Discover the prophecies. See how they fit together. Learn what to watch for in world headlines. Read this book and be ready for what's ahead!
you can find many theories online. Some are more sinister than others. Illuminati, the Mafia, rival cardinals… there seems to be no limit to possible villains and co-conspirators in this mystery. However, John Paul I wasn’t the only Pope to die quickly after election. Marcellus II (1555) died after just 22 days as Pope; Malachy’s description for him was “Bread-corn, suddenly perishing.” Pope Leo XI (1605) caught a cold and died from complications just 27 days after his reign began. Malachy’s
dark topic to explore, with global ties that could fuel an endless stream of Dan Brown novels. We acknowledge evidence that seems to connect the Vatican with Freemasonry. We also know the Catholic Church’s stance on Freemasonry, as stated by EWTN: “Freemasonry is incompatible with the Catholic faith.” And, in that same article, EWTN says, “Historically, one of Masonry’s primary objectives has been the destruction of the Catholic Church; this is especially true of Freemasonry as it has existed
April 20, 2009), Jacinta González (born April 27, 1949), Mari Cruz González (born June 21, 1950) and Conchita González (born February 7, 1949). The four girls said there were two main messages. The first message was: “We must make many sacrifices, perform much penance, and visit the Blessed Sacrament frequently. But first, we must lead good lives. If we do not, a chastisement will befall us. The cup is already filling up, and if we do not change, a very great chastisement will come upon us.”
since the name will match. Whether the “dark” or “black” reference in many “last Pope” prophecies (not necessarily St. Malachy’s) is true, we’re still watching what happens with the next Pope. Of course, there might be a few more Popes before Petrus Romanus… but we’re getting ahead of ourselves. (In the next chapter, we’ll talk about the possibility of a break in the timeline.) Let’s cruise through some other prophecies that tell us about the last Pope and the end of the world as we know it.
will also flood many other countries, so that all coastal cities will live in fear, with many destroyed. All sea coast cities will be fearful, and many of them will be destroyed by tidal waves, and most living creatures will be killed, and even those who escape will die from a horrible disease. For in none of those cities does a person live according to the Laws of God. A powerful wind will rise in the North, carrying heavy fog and the densest dust, and it will fill their throats and eyes so that