originally posted by: 2012newstart
a reply to: 2012newstart
The Filipino seer, I don't agree with him either, because he envisions yet another pope, and Francis is the last one.
It is not even worth reading his prophecies anymore. The Filipino completely gutted out the Holy Pope. In his version there is no Holy Pope, but his
prophecy is cloaked in language that pretends to agree with other highly regarded prophecies. He declares "holy, holy, holy" but then he presents
So his prophecies are anti-Fatima, anti-La Salette, anti-Sister Aiello, anti-John Bosco, anti-John of the Cleft Rock, etc.
"Then, after [that], our Holy Father the Pope will be persecuted. His (true) successor will be a pontiff that [nobody/people] expect." - Maximin
"Suddenly the Pope falls, seriously wounded. He is instantly helped up but, struck down a second time, dies. A shout of victory rises from the enemy
and wild rejoicing sweeps their ships. But no sooner is the Pope dead than another takes his place. The captains of the auxiliary ships elected [the
true Pope] so quickly that the news of the Pope's death coincides with that of his successor's election. The enemy's self-assurance wanes." - St. John
"There will be a great revolution, and streets will be red with blood. The Pope will suffer much, and all this suffering will be like an agony, which
will shorten his earthly pilgrimage. His successor will guide the boat in the tempest." - Sister Aiello.
What the Fatima Secret reveals about the last two Popes and the opposite-pope is not revealed yet.
Another from Saint John Bosco:
"Suddenly a most brilliant light shone in the sky, illuminating their way as at high noon. At that moment from the Vatican came forth, as in
procession, a multitude of men and women, young children, monks, nuns, and priests, and at the head was the pope.
...The ranks of the procession thinned considerably
...The Pontiff accepted the banner gladly, but he became very distressed to see how few were his followers.
"But the two angels went on: 'Go now, comfort your children. Write to your brothers scattered throughout the world that men must reform their lives.
..."On hearing this, the Pontiff moved on, and the ranks began to swell.
Upon reaching the Holy City, the Pontiff wept at the sight of its desolate citizens, for many of them were no longer. He then entered Saint Peter's
and intoned the Te Deum, to which a chorus of angels responded, singing: 'Glory to God in the highest, and peace on earth to men of good will.'
"When the song was over, all darkness vanished and a blazing sun shone..."
He stops off in the Ukraine where God manifests his power.
Since the Filipino's gradual revisions of his own prophecies have now reached a place where they are in direct and blatant opposition to highly
regarded prophecies pertaining to the last two popes, I must conclude his prophecies are not worth reading.
The gradual attempt to demolish the Holy Pope prophecies goes like this. Pretend the Holy Pope will come. Pretend the Holy Pope will come but late in
his life he becomes anti-Christ. Then in the last chapter, declare that the Holy Pope will be anti-christ almost from the moment he begins his reign.
So yeah, it is obvious now, that the Filipino prophecies are not worth reading.
Also I advise people not to read this thread any more, as my delusions cause problems.
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