St Malachy’s Prophecy

What of St Malachy’s prophesy?

According to Daniel 9:27, Revelation 13 and 17:10-18, Satan will incarnate the last pontiff who will deify himself and break Rome’s covenant with the Jewish banksters. It is claimed Malachy made only 111 predictions and that the Benedictines devised pope 112 in order to dissociate their order from the “Beast” so that John Paul II’s successor should be the final pope. However “Gloria olivae” resides still in Rome as Pope Emeritus, His Holiness (sic) Benedict XVI, and it appears Malachy’s prophecy of popes 111 and 112 are intended to be conjoined in accordance with the two popes mentioned in Revelation 19:20, and 20:10. This scripture is reinforced by the fact Pope Benedict was the first pope to receive the Ring of St. Peter after it was re-instated by John Paul II who did not wear the ring, and contrary to custom Pope Benedict XVI did not destroy his ring but “disabled the seal” and now wears the ring contemporaneously with Pope Francis I, enjoining both to St. Peter—something that has never happened in the history of the false church, but fulfilling Jesus’ prophecy!

We certainly are in for interesting times ahead.

The New World Order under the egalitarian and quazi-utopian banner of “Social Justice” will increasingly take away people’s liberties: finances will be controlled; freedom of speech will be controlled etc. etc.

World Bank
World Trade Organisation
United Nations

At the risk of sounding like a paranoid geek and you shouting “conspiracy theory”, here goes…

The Jesuits are behind most of the secret societies – of which most, like the Freemasons, are occult at best (eye of providence etc. etc.). These people are the people that run the world – many religious leaders and politicians – the who’s who.

Catholicism (its upper echelon, I mean) is befriending every religio-political power in the “spirit of the New Age” – Islam, Communism etc. Following in the footsteps of Charlemagne, the EU may be considered the reformation of the ‘Holy’ Roman (i.e. church and state) Empire.

The Roman Empire, as the empires that preceded it — Greece and Medo-Persia, but particular Babylon — are all depicted as “beasts” with horns in the bible. The bible is prophetic – the patterns of history are repeated time and again. The bible does not get it wrong. Sure, at times it’s speaking metaphorically; but IMHO, never wrong.

The sub-plot of an Arab-Israeli war is gaining momentum. A lot of it may be just hot-air at the moment, but tension is gradually mounting. Many (read all) Islamic nations want Israel wiped off the map. Syria is imploding and there is the risk that the rebels there may get hold of chemical weapons. It would not take much for that to spill over the border to their south. The bible talks of Damascus (as you know, the oldest continuous city extant) being made desolate — sounds like an Israeli retaliation to me, particularly in the context of equally hostile neighbours (and allies of Syria), Iran, near nuclear-capable. In the Middle East, one-in all-in! That may drag the rest of the world in also.

The Bible predicts a False Prophet that will form an alliance with the Antichrist, whoever that will be — I’m guessing a political leader to emerge out of the EU but in no way am I certain of this. [The ‘shadow’ of the antichrist in ancient times indeed was a Seleucid (Syrian) General on the breakup of the Greek empire after Alexander’s death].

Together they will be able to achieve a (7-year) peace treaty between Israel and Palestine and happy and peaceful times will follow. People will be uplifted, and the global economy will boom. Everyone will applaud this political person for his idea and bringing the world together.

But, he will turn!

Suddenly, half-way through this 7-year period he will turn his back on the treaty and grossly violate Jewish religious law. This will begin what is termed “The Great Tribulation” which will culminate in the war near MaGeddo, Israel (“Armageddon”).

The bible says that Satan is behind the people who will be the Antichrist and False Prophet.

This does not mean that individuals within those religions are bad; but their leaders are evil: in one they pretend to be Christian (but are essentially only after political/financial power), and in the other they are overtly anti-Christian.

But that’s just my opinion.

PS: “Rome” has been too powerful for too long and they have become power-mad; over the centuries they have lost sight of the real Christianity and love and (especially under Jesuit influence) are merely puppets for power and defiling the true word of God.


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