St Malachy

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  • maj039

    i found out something very interesting the other day

    Apperently in 1139 St Malachy recorded a "vision" of the next 112 Popes. Though he did not name them directly he gave clues regarding their identity. Through time all of Malachys Popes have come true. He described the last Pope, John Paul II as the "De labore Solis" or from the labour of the sun. John Paul II was born on May 18, 1920 during a solar eclipse. His Funeral occurred on 8 April, 2005 when there was a solar eclipse visible in the Americas. Our current pope Benedict XVI is the 111 Pope on Malachy list. St Malachy described him as "Gloria olivæ" (Glory Of Olives)

    "The Benedictine order traditionally said this Pope would come from their order, since a branch of the Benedictine order is called the Olivetans. St Benedict is said to have prophesied that before the end of the world, a member of his order would be Pope and would triumphantly lead the Church in its fight against evil. While the Holy Father chose the name "Benedict", this does not seem enough to fulfil the prophecy. Nor is it clear how Benedict XVI (a Bavarian) is "Glory of the Olives". Since he is said to have remarked in the Conclave after saying he would take the name Benedict that it was partly to honour Benedict XV, a pope of peace and reconciliation, perhaps Benedict XVI will be a peacemaker in the Church or in the World, and thus carry the olive branch. " Olives often symbolize peace.

    According to St Malachy, the next Pope is to be the last, the 112 on his list. He is described as "Peter The Roman"

    "In extreme persecution, the seat of the Holy Roman Church will be occupied by Peter the Roman, who will feed the sheep through many tribulations, at the term of which the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the formidable Judge will judge his people. The EndIn extreme persecution, the seat of the Holy Roman Church will be occupied by Peter the Roman, who will feed the sheep through many tribulations, at the term of which the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the formidable Judge will judge his people. The End"

    And From CNN...

    Spooky 12th Century Prophecy on the Pope

    The first thing we want to say upfront is that what you are about to read has been widely dismissed as a hoax by religious scholars. That said, the world may soon end. Judgment day approaches. The clue? Pope Benedict XVI's rise to the papacy.

    According to a 12th century Catholic prophecy by the Irish archbishop St. Malachy, who was recognized for his ability to see into the future, Pope Benedict XVI fits his description of the second-to-the-last pope before the Last Judgment, report Reuters and WorldNetDaily. The Bible says the Last Judgment is when God will separate the wicked from the righteous.

    Legend has it that St. Malachy was traveling to Rome in the year 1139 when he had a vision concerning the next 112 popes. Benedict XVI is No. 111 on that list. St. Malachy described pope No. 111 as the "Glory of the Olive."

    Here's where you may have to stretch your imagination a bit to connect Benedict to an olive, although the Internet doomsayers seem to have had an easy enough time of doing this.

    The-world-is-ending crowd points to this:

    1. The choice of the name "Benedict" is a reference to the Order of Saint Benedict. A branch of this order is known as...are you ready? The Olivetans.
    2. Benedict XVI chose his name in part to honor Pope Benedict XV, whom the new pope described as a "courageous prophet of peace." Get it? Olive branches have long been associated with peace.
    3. During Palm Sunday celebrations in March 2005, then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was photographed holding olive branches and not the more traditional palms.
    4. Reuters notes that scholars have long dismissed the wide publication of St. Malachy's prophecy as nothing more than a propaganda attempt to influence a 16th century conclave. But those who believe are not swayed by this. They insist that Pope John Paul II fits Malachy's description of pope No. 110, who was supposed to be "of the labor of the Sun." Turns out that Pope John Paul II was born on the day of a full solar eclipse and died on the same day as a partial eclipse.

      And that brings us to the last pope in Malachy's vision, pope No. 112.

      He is supposed to be Peter the Roman, who will lead the Catholic church before "the formidable judge will judge his people." Since Pope Benedict XVI is 78 years old, it is presumed his reign will not be long. And then we will welcome the last pope and the Last Judgment.

      Did that give you goose bumps?

  • jstalin

    No. No more than Nostrodomus and his supposed prophecies. These sorts of prophecies are so vague that they can be applied to anyone, after the fact.

  • stillajwexelder

    fascinating - what was said about Rodrigo Borgia - Alexander 6th?

  • maj039

    Alexander VI (1492-1503) 60 Bos Albanus in portu (Alban bull in the port)

    In 1456, he was made a Cardinal and he held the titles of Cardinal Bishop of Albano and Porto.

  • DavidChristopher

    How do you define "the world"? that is ending?

  • outnfree

    Yes, it gave me goosebumps!

    Could St. Malachy's predictions and the Mayan 2012 end of the world prophecy dovetail?

    Won't the Witlesses be PISSED if this comes true and Armageddon was predicted CORRECTLY by a Roman Catholic saint and some pagans from the "New World" centuries before CT Russell even began his U.S. cult?

  • DavidChristopher

    It may be a little humbling, something they could use a bit of based on their actions of late.

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