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Malachy's Prophecies - The Last 10 Popes
St. Malachy (1094-1148) ^

Posted on 02/25/2005 9:17:07 PM PST by Ryan Bailey

Malachy's Prophecies - The Last 10 Popes

1. The Burning Fire. PIUS X. 1903-1914. This Pope showed a burning passion for spiritual renewal in the Church.

2. Religion Laid Waste. BENEDICT XV. 1914-1922. During this Pope's reign saw Communism move into Russia where religious life was laid waste, and World War I with the death of millions of Christians who were carnage in Flanders Field and elsewhere.

3. Unshaken Faith. PIUS XI. 1922-1939. This Pope faced tremendous pressure from fascist and sinister powers in Germany and Italy, but he was an outspoken critic of Communism and Fascism which enraged Hitler.

4. An Angelic Shepherd. PIUS XII. 1939-1958. This Pope had an affinity for the spiritual world and received visions which have not been made public. Peter Bander says Pius XII "has emerged as one of the great Popes of all time," and he "was in the truest sense of the word an Angelic Pastor to the flock..."

5. Pastor and Mariner. JOHN XXIII. 1958-1963. John was a pastor to the world, much beloved, and the Patriarch of Venice. The connection to "mariner" is thus remarkable.

6. Flower of Flowers. PAUL VI. 1963-1978. Paul's coat-of-arms depicts three fleurs-de-lis, corresponding to Malachay's prophecy. His coat of arms included three fleurs-de-lis (iris blossoms).

7. Of the Half Moon. JOHN PAUL I. 1978-1978. John Paul I was elected Pope on August 26, 1978, when there was a half moon. He reigned 33 days, that is, about one month, when he died, although many think he was murdered. He was the 109th Pope - is "De Medietate Lunae" (Of the Half Moon). The corresponding pope was John Paul I (1978-78), who was born in the diocese of Belluno (beautiful moon) and was baptized Albino Luciani (white light). He became pope on August 26, 1978, when the moon appeared exactly half full. It was in its waning phase. He died the following month, soon after an eclipse of the moon.

8. The Labor of the Son. JOHN PAUL II. 1978-Present. John Paul II is the most travelled Pope in history. He has circled the globe numerous times, preaching to huge audiences everywhere he goes. Even though he was once shot, he has not seemed to slow down. He has recently written a book which has enjoyed a large circulation. Like the sun which never ceases to labor and provides light daily, this Pope has been incessant. John Paul II was born on May 18, 1920. On that date in the morning there was a near total eclipse of the sun over Europe. TProphecy - The 110th Pope is "De Labore Solis" (Of the Solar Eclipse, or, From the Toil of the Sun). The corresponding pope is John Paul II (1978-present). John Paul II was born on May 8, 1920 during an eclipse of the sun. Like the sun he came out of the East (Poland). Like the sun he has visited countries all around the globe while doing his work (he is the most-traveled pope in history).

9. The Glory of the Olive. The Order of St. Benedict has said this Pope will come from their order. It is interesting that Jesus gave his apocalyptic prophecy about the end of time from the Mount of Olives. This Pope will reign during the beginning of the tribulation Jesus spoke of. The 111th prophesy is "Gloria Olivae" (The Glory of the Olive). The Order of Saint Benedict has claimed that this pope will come from their ranks. Saint Benedict himself prophesied that before the end of the world his Order, known also as the Olivetans, will triumphantly lead the Catholic Church in its fight against evil.

10. PETER THE ROMAN - This final Pope will likely be Satan, taking the form of a man named Peter who will gain a worldwide allegiance and adoration. He will be the final antichrist which prophecy students have long foretold. If it were possible, even the very elect would be deceived. The 112th prophesy states: "In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church there will reign Petrus Romanus, who will feed his flock amid many tribulations; after which the seven-hilled city will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people. The End."

Malachy's final words:

In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church there will reign Peter the Roman, who will feed his flock among many tribulations; after which the seven-hilled city (Rome, the seat of the Vatican) will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people.

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To: blackworx

>> It could correctly be interpreted in good faith (or twisted by evil, whatever you feel most comfortable with) to mean P.Romanus will be the one to lead his flock to the slaughter. <<

Preposterous. Feeding a lamb has nothing to do with leading it to slaughter! If he had written "lead them amid," one could have taken him to mean, "lead them into." But as it was written, your assertion has nothing to do with what was written.

OK... what do we know:

(1)There will be many tribulations.

(2)Peter will feed his flock amid these tribulations.

Now, would a Catholic use the name of "Peter" to describe a wicked Pope? Not hardly: the Catholic tradition is that Peter was the first and greatest Pope. Further, there is an apparent reference to "Peter, feed my lambs." from the Resurrection narrative of the gospel of John, so Peter the Roman is likely doing the will of Christ by feeding his lambs. Lastly, the Catholic take on "feeding" the flock is a eucharistic take... in other words, Peter is offering them Jesus Christ, showing himself to be a true priest and no sort of apostate or heretic.

If there's one thing I may have presumed without sufficient grounding, nothing says the tribulations are the Church's and not Peter's. It just seems to me that with all the suffering various Popes have endured, it seems unlikely to me that -- given the end of the Church an all -- the suffering of a Pope would be so newsworthy.

42 posted on 04/01/2005 7:49:41 AM PST by dangus
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To: tapasman

>> According to the Hebrew bible which the Christian bible was derived, Satan was an angel that at the gates of heaven spoke up against a soul that wanted to enter heaven with all of that souls bad past deeds. <<

That is not in the bible. It is, however, a bit of context that Christians need to know. When Jesus said, "A house divided against itself cannot stand," to charges he must be a demon to command demons, he was refuting the dualism which the Jewish authorities were supposing, and which Christianity inherited.

"Diabolos," from which we get the word "Devil" means "accuser."

BUT while the diabolos argued against the salvation of Man, he is defeated by the "paraclete," or "advocate," who is man's defense attorney.

In short, the Judge will come to rule the world. The devil has argued that Man is not worthy of salvation, but the paraclete will argue that he should be saved anyway. Praise be to God that the Paraclete has triumphed over the devil!

>> The last pope COULD be Satan as he will lead the unrighteous from the gates of heaven. <<

"I am the good shepherd," -- Jesus.
"Peter, tend my sheep," -- Jesus, appointing Peter to be Pope
"Simon [Peter], you are Rock, and upon the Rock I shall build my Church, and the gates of Hell shall not withstand it." -- Jesus, defining the duties of the Pope.
"Peter the Roman, who shall feed the flock amid tribulations" -- St. Malachy.

Hard to figure that the role of the Pope would be to lead the flock (the faithful Christians) away from Heaven.

44 posted on 04/01/2005 2:19:55 PM PST by dangus
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To: tapasman

>> It is in the ORIGINAL old testament books BEFORE the Torah was written. <<

Are you referring to the Talmud, which was, indeed, written long after TaNaKh (Jewish bible)? Or some apocryphal works? (In which case, you are wron to refer to them as being a Hebrew bible, or in the Old Testament)

>> This is what the Christians envision as hell, with Peter The Roman (sah - tun) tending the straying flock. <<

I provided those quotes to demonstrate that Peter could not be tending the straying flock, but rather it must refer to the faithful when it says "flock." (Also, by definition, strays have left the flock. They are not a flock onto themselves, so the use of the word, "flock" would be wierd.)

>> If I'm not mistaken ins't Gabriel the Arch angel suppose to be our advocate? <<

I think I might have heard something along those lines among Muslims who deny that the Holy Spirit is the paraclete and also deny that Jesus is the Son of God.

You're not Muslim, are you? I know the Muslims believe that the Jews and Christians misrepresent the true scriptures. Is that what you mean by the ORIGINAL old testament... some sort of Muslim notion of what was in the old testament before the Jews supposedly changed it?

46 posted on 04/01/2005 3:02:14 PM PST by dangus
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To: seamole
Interesting choice of name for the last Pope. The last Emperor of the Western half of the Roman Empire was named appropriately enough, Romulus Augustulus. As though to parody what once was greatness. Peter The Roman sounds like the Church would come full circle. There can be doubt about the survival of the Church in an increasingly Muslim Europe. Demographics alone argue against the continued survival of Christianity in its old heartland. So St. Malachy may well be correct - one day the Papal line will come to an end and no one will occupy the Throne Of St. Peter's.

(Denny Crane: "Sometimes you can only look for answers from God and failing that... and Fox News".)
47 posted on 04/02/2005 1:31:36 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: dangus
dangus et al

I have been reading all of these posts and am saddened deeply.

There are many posts here, from great thinkers, that dwell on the things to come.

I tell you.. Do not worry about this or that... Seek the Father through the blood of his son... Have faith and let he who sent you fulfill what he has already establish
48 posted on 04/03/2005 8:00:15 PM PDT by IM_Steven
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To: IM_Steven

Do my postings sadden you?

I only get involved in this issue because I am concerned the effects on the faith if it is widely believed that a future Pope will be an anti-Christ.

I should make clear my motives: I put little stock in the prophecies (although I'll admit I find myself wondering if a new Pope will have anything tie to something that could get him called "Glory of the olives." That Cardinal Martini was once very papabile breaks me up!) But I believe it is effective to dhow that there is no such prophecy as people believe.

49 posted on 04/03/2005 8:50:51 PM PDT by dangus
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To: Ryan Bailey

I believe that the list of popes contains an error. My theory is that John Paul I was only pope for a month, so Malachy's list didn't include him.

Consider this; the designation of John Paul II as "De Medietate Lanae" (Of the Half Moon) would make a lot of sense, since he was pope during the rise of Islamic power and conflict between Christianity (US) and Islam (Iraq/Iran). The symbol of Islam is a crescent moon.

There is talk that the next pope could come from Africa or Latin America. article linked above says that some the papal candidates have connections to the Latin American church's utopian Marxist movement in the 70's and 80's. "De Medietate Lunae" -- (The Toil of the Sun) would be a fitting name for a pope from an equatorial region with ties to socialist/labor movements.

50 posted on 04/04/2005 11:24:41 PM PDT by Sparqi (Go ahead, fold spindle and mutilate -- see if I care!)
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To: Ryan Bailey

To Ryan Bailey the Mason, I'm so sorry I just can't even entertain the thought of listening to what you have to say about this subject. You of all people can't connect as to why we, as Catholics, look for undersanding in the writings of St. Malachy. Your thinking and comments are being used as a poleax in the midst of a Christian debate/discussion. Saddly, This is just a dirty little hobby for you....

Spartan 73

51 posted on 04/05/2005 12:14:12 AM PDT by Spartan73 (Soldiers of Christ armor up!)
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To: Ryan Bailey

I think all these pope's connections to the prophecies are too vague to be considered solid.

52 posted on 04/05/2005 12:23:06 AM PDT by nickcarraway (I'm Only Alive, Because a Judge Hasn't Ruled I Should Die...)
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To: Ryan Bailey

Well, I am impressed you used the correct terminology, that a bishop is consecrated. (a priest is ordained) Is that terminology used among episcopalians too?

53 posted on 04/05/2005 12:26:11 AM PDT by nickcarraway (I'm Only Alive, Because a Judge Hasn't Ruled I Should Die...)
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To: Salvation
Read Revelation -- not Satan, but the AntiChrist.

Actually you can make a stronger case for the Pope being the False Prophet of Revelations than that of the Anti-Christ.

54 posted on 04/05/2005 11:58:10 PM PDT by Doofer
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To: Ryan Bailey

John Paul II born on a day of the eclipse and will be buried on the day of an eclipse (April 8th). Meanwhile eathquake warnings being sounded all over the place thru the weekend. Stay tuned.

55 posted on 04/06/2005 6:46:28 PM PDT by eternity (From here to...)
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To: Great Prophet Zarquon
Well then your data is incorrect because just about every news organization since the Pope's death has stated this as a truth. He was born during an eclipse, and this was proven long before his death. Check with Scientific America archives and see what they have to say.
58 posted on 04/17/2005 2:52:54 PM PDT by Spartan73 (Soldiers of Christ armor up!)
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To: Great Prophet Zarquon

So do you want to also ignore the fact JP was buried at the time of an eclipse also? I think you need to reread other areas beside the liberal reading section at the local library.

60 posted on 04/17/2005 4:30:31 PM PDT by Spartan73 (Soldiers of Christ armor up!)
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