posted on Mar, 22 2020 @ 12:36 PM
As I was looking at the headlines today I noticed a picture of the Pope giving a speech. I instantly remembered a prophecy I have been meaning to keep
an eye on for many years but have forgotten a while ago, apparently, because I still thought Benedict was still on rule. I remembered distinctly that
the prophecy was made in Ireland in the 12th century, predicting all the Popes that will ever be after that, 112 in total. At the time I found out
about this, John Paul II was on rule, and the prophecy said 2 more would follow. When Benedict came to rule I was aware there was 1 more to be after
him. But I never realised Benedict was no longer the Pope, and it has been 7 years! I found out today that we are on the last Pope!
The prophecies are worded in a cryptic language so the names are never the real names. The last line in the prophecy goes:
"Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [i.e. Rome] will be
destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End"
Does anybody apart from me associate Rome with Italy? Obviously the Roman Empire was not limited to the city of Rome but meant the country that had
Rome as capital. Does anybody see what the word "tribulations" might refer to? Don't you think the coronavirus epidemic would be a perfect fit? And
where in the world is Corona spreading the fastest? That's right, Italy. Where they killed Jesus (the Judge).
So that's just a prophecy made about 900 years ago about the 112 Popes that were to follow. That list ends with the current Pope. Make of that what
you will. I just put it out there for your attention.