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The last Pope and the secret prophecies of Nostradamus

Vati Leaks - Thursday, February 21, 2013
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‘The Prophecy of the Popes’ is an intriguing old book made up of a sequential collection of events purporting to describe the life of 112 popes from the Twelfth Century’s Celestine II (1143-44) to ‘Peter the Roman’, the new, incoming 2013 Pope whose pontificate, according to the prophecies, will be the last. This fascinating list of brief prophecies about the Vatican’s pontiffs was published in a book called, ‘Lignum Vitae’ written in Latin by Arnold de Wyon in 1595. Wyon was a Benedictine historian, and he attributed the origin of the prophecies to St. Malachy O’Morgair (1095-1148), a 12th Century bishop of Armagh in Northern Ireland. These short cryptic phrases consist of a single line written in an ingenious form of word play that gives a clue to the characteristics of each consecutive pope over an 800-year period. Wyon claims to have found ‘The Prophecy of the Popes’ in 1590 in the Church’s archives, but there is some doubt about its true origin.

‘These things are finished’ (St. Malachy)

It was discovered some two decades after the death of Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus, d. 1566), a charismatic 16th Century Provencal physician turned seer, and it has a remarkable resemblance to the style and format of his writings. Many experts believe that he was its creator, and he credited it retrospectively to St. Malachy to prevent himself from being accused of predicting the end of the papacy that would have put the Vatican’s murderous Inquisitors on his tail. Those predictions regarding the popes have been variously interpreted, and many opinions exist. Pope John Paul II, a supporter of the prophecies, was the 110th Pope in the line, and Pope Benedict XVI is the 111th Pope. The incoming Pope will be number 112, and Saint Malachy’s conclusion about his imminent papacy was this: ‘In the extreme persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [Rome] will be destroyed, and the terrible judge will judge his people. The End’. Thus, according to the prophecies, the next Pope is the last Pope.


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