Can someone tell us more about the "attack of the dove", thanks.
The release of a white dove is a traditional symbol of peace and tranquility. Like the olive branch, and more recently the peace symbol, the white dove is recognized worldwide as an icon of hope, love and friendship. That is, until it almost gets eaten by a seagull.
Originally posted by Thought Provoker
reply to post by dollukka
I meant both Pietro and Evasio. "Peter Evasion." Maybe "evading the rock." I don't suppose Tarcisio or Bertone have a direct translation, do they?
Originally posted by Aqualung2012
reply to post by Thought Provoker
doesnt the fact that a figure like Turkson even EXISTS at this particular time and date, with all of his coincidental tie ins to the prophecy, including his support of global banking, NWO etc..... Take the cake over the more conventional popularity, clout, and association?
I ask because this Turkson sounds like he was hand tailored for the prophecy...
If Jesus saves, well, he better save himself
From the gory glory seekers who use his name in death...
Originally posted by IntoxicatingMadness
Is it not possible that the pope merely waited for the next storm and had a photographer take a picture and capture A lightning because god damnit, he wants people to freak the hell out? There is a bloody lightning rod on the building.
Originally posted by Newagekid2012
Go look at the Prophecy of the Popes then tell me you don't wanna crap yourself.
Really all we need now is UFO disclosure linking in and that would be the ultimate in conspiracy theories realised.
With Pope Benedict suddenly announcing his resignation today, we've looked at his legacy and the process for choosing his replacement. Now—forgive us—we delve into the inevitable conspiracy theories that "explain" his resignation:
His Nazi History. Benedict has acknowledged he was forced to serve in the Hitler Youth.
Sex Scandal. Not only has a sex-abuse scandal rocked the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict is said to have personally approved an accused molester's transfer to therapy.
The Prophecy. Of course, there's a prophecy. A bishop named Malachi may have proclaimed in 1140 that the 111th pope—the one after Benedict—will reign during the downfall of the church.
Fatal Illness. "Italians are great conspiracy theorists, so they are all looking for other reasons why he may have quit," says a Telegraph reporter. "I think the most popular reason that people were coming up with was that they just think perhaps he is much more ill than we have been told."
Weight of Scandal. Not exactly a conspiracy, this theory holds that church scandals (like "Vatileaks") have been hard on Benedict's health.