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The Prophecy of St. Malachy


   The infamous Saint Malachy prophecy is one of the most frightening prophecies about the Catholic Church ever recorded, and unfortunately concerns our current pope, Francis I.  What is so unusual about this prophecy, is that it comes from the Catholic Church itself.  In the year 1143 A.D. an Irish Catholic priest named St. Malachy O'Morgan (Morgair) recorded a prophecy on the procession of popes who would occupy the Vatican from his time (Pope Celestine II) until the end of time.   This list of 112 future popes has now come to an end, and Malachy's prophecy predicts that our present pope, Francis I, will witness the destruction of Rome.  Most people in this modern world would not worry much over something so ridiculous, except for the fact that this prophecy has been 100% accurate for over 800 years!

   St. Malachy's papal predictions are mainly in the form of two or three word Latin phrases that describe each of the 112 popes on his list, and his prophecies have proven to be extremely accurate.  In the 20th century for instance, there was a famous papacy that lasted for only one month.  This papacy was immortalized in the famous Paramount movie "The Godfather" by Mario Puzo.  The month-long papacy of John Paul I was described by Saint Malachy as "Mediatate Lunae", which in Latin means "The Shortened Moon".  And our most recent pope, Benedict XVI, was described by St. Malachy with the Latin phrase "Gloria Olivae", which in Latin means the "Glory of the Olivetans", branding him as an Olivetan, a branch of the Benedictines.  St. Malachy prophecied that Pope Benedict XVI would be the next to the last pope before the destruction of the "seven-hilled" city of Rome.

   On February 11th, 2013, Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation from the papacy.  Later that evening, a bolt of lightning struck the dome of Saint Peter's Basilica, and storm clouds gathered in the skies over Rome.  The Internet was soon ablaze with rumors about Malachy's ominous prediction of the pending election of "Petrus Romanus," also referred to as "Peter the Roman," last pope of the Roman Catholic Church.  After Pope Benedict exited the Vatican for the last time in his helicopter, and 13 more days passed without a pope in Rome, on the 13th day of the third month of the 13th year of the new Millenium, at exactly eight hours and 13 minutes in the evening, the two hundred and 66th pope stepped out onto the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica on a cold and rainy winter night.

   The election of "Peter the Roman" (Petrus Romanus) caught prophecy followers by surprise when pope "Peter" turned out instead to be pope "Pedro", the first LATIN AMERICAN pope ever elected to the papacy.  Please note that this website posted its greeting to "papa Pedro" (pope Pedro) over a month before he was elected (prophecy naysayers will probably wonder how that was possible).  St. Malachy referred to our present pope as "Petrus Romanus" which, when translated into modern Italian, produces "Pietro of Romano".  This pope chose to call himself "Francis", after Saint Francis "de PIETRO" of Assisi.  And when you trace his family back to its origins in Italy, it turns out that his family originally came from a small town in the Piedmont region of Italy named "ROMANO".

   Could it be that St. Malachy's prophecy is coming true?  And why did the Catholic Church canonize Malachy O'Morgan as a saint, and then store his prophecies in the Vatican Library for hundreds of years?  Is Pope Francis I really going to witness the destruction of Rome?  Click on the link below and order your copy of Edward Oliver's amazing 350-page book "Prophets and Frauds," to read the St. Malachy prophecy in it's entirety, and review its haunting similarities to the Third Secret of Fatima prophecy, received in 1917 by three Portuguese shepherd children, and issued to the world again by Pope John Paul II in the year 2000.

 

     "During a final persecution of the Roman Church, sits Petrus Romanus, who will feed his flock through many tribulations. This accomplished, the seven-hilled city (Rome) will be destroyed, and the Dreadful Judge will judge His people."

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