I'll start with Pope Benedict XVI's resignation.
God alone has the power over life and death!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It is God who decides when a Pope dies and another takes his place.
Pope Benedict took the decision into his own human hands as to when the next (and by some accounts last) Pope should arrive,
Pope Benedict took the power out of God's divine hands! But the power belongs to God, and it is God who decides.
The miraculous response to that resignation announcement? Did God agree with Pope Benedict in that moment of time for a new Pope?
In the same day of the resignation, An Angel was dispatched from heaven to answer Pope Benedict's decision to resign and force a new Pope to be
elected, with not one but two lightening bolts upon St. Peter's Bascillica, for the whole world to see.
That does not appear to be an act of approval. People fear being hit by lightning. Lightning destroys with fire.
But the lightning strikes does not reveal the whole picture. Context is everything!!!! From John Bosco's revelations, I know without a doubt that
there are TWO Popes that defend the Church through the storm. La Salette mentions these two Popes as well.
So I'm 99% certain that the attacks against Pope Francis are not warranted and not true.
What then does the lightning strike mean?
One answer: At the very least, departing from God's plan with human reasoning brings about confusion (damage to the truth).
I know this from personal experience. Oh yes do I know this, to a level that would sound absurd.
Here's just one example of how confusion for the Church can come of Pope Benedict resigning. Benedict XVI's act forced Cardinal Bertone to lose his
high ranking position as well. Bertone certainly knows the prophetic reasoning that caused him to lose his position. He could be very bitter about
what Pope Benedict did and the reasoning behind the action. In reaction and from the loss of faith Cardinal Bertone might become a key figure in a
power play that brings about a great scandal to Pope Francis' doorstep??? The speculation is wild but not at all in contradiction to the type of
development that is expected by prophecy at some point around the time of world war 3's early days.
Much more likely consequence:
Due to the fact that Pope Benedict did NOT wait around for God to take his life at the time of Divine Will, the abdication inflicts great confusion
and doubt around the Malachy prophecy or at least around the most startling and meaningful version of fulfillment(interpretation) of the Malachy
Pope Benedict's act killed off the Malachy prophecy for many. But if Pope Benedict left his fate and the fate of the Church in the hands of God, the
perception of the Malachy prophecy would be quite different right now.
Where does that leave Pope Francis:
It makes Pope Francis something in between. You could say that Pope Francis is either the completion of the reign of the glory of the olives or Pope
Francis is the first part of the reign of Petrus Romanus or Pope Francis is half Glory of Olives, half Petrus Romanus.
In either case, the last two popes defend the Church spilling much of their own sweat and blood at the hands of the persecutors during the awful days
Pope BXVI made an educated guess as to the timing of events, and he was wrong. The Lightening strikes revealed he was wrong.
The most sensational and doomish interpretation of the Malachy Prophecy is not dead yet, far from it. Pope Benedict cannot put an end to that
interpretation, that easily, when heaven itself speaks against the Papal move.
And the sign of May 13, 2013 is not one of those I doubted as to it's origin heavenly, it stands far above some of the other signs such as one
pertaining to a political development.
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