posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 01:08 AM
I was looking at scary pictures of Pope Benedict (there are a LOT of them) and came across a link to the official Vatican Observatory
If link is bad just type in vaticanobservatory.org
On the left side of the welcome screen is a link to the 2011 annual report, here is direct link to that doc....
Despite there being no scary Pope pictures in the report I scrolled through the entire boring document, at the very end I saw something really
strange, when I looked into it things got even weirder.
On page 55 there is a picture of a bronze double door, the caption says it was installed in the Church of San Tommaso and dedicated by Pope Benedict
on August 15, 2011 for the feast of the assumption. The left side of the door has an image of a woman with the word "Ecclesia" on her stomach,
meaning "mother church". She appears to be seated in front of an image of the dome on that church with a bunch of stars above her head and what
looks like a FLAMING METEORITE SHOWER coming at her from the sky. It also looks like there is flames surrounding the woman but that might just
represent a holy aura or something.
On the right stands the Pope, he has a hand raised like he is blocking the meteors or maybe he's saying "so long sucker" to the lady, not sure on
that one. When you go to page 56 there is a close up of the Pope's robes including a DNA double helix, a couple triangles or pyramids, Einsteins
theory of relativity and Hubble's equation for the expanding universe. It reminded me of the "messages" that were sent into space by Carl Sagan.
To me it looks like the depiction of the "destroyer" aka Nemesis raining hell on earth while Benedict is Pope. When you consider his age the event
would have to occur sometime in the very near future.
If that isn't weird enough I looked up the artist, a man called Padre Battista Marello, he appears in several pictures with the Templars and appears
to be a pretty controversial figure to some in Italy.
Despite the artist's fame, the date of the dedication, the presence of the Pope and the location (the church was designed by Bernini) I could not
find a single picture of that door anywhere else on the web.
What up with that?