“And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light”, 2 Corinthians 14

What if the person seated on the throne of Rome and his college of Cardinals are a disguise? Looking at the background of the Jesuits, despite the fact that they do a lot of good around the world, one cannot forget the controversies the Jesuits accumulated around their movement over the centuries. And now they’re heading the church. The King of the Catholics is for the first time a Jesuit.

In his second letter to the Corinthians, St Paul talks about false apostles and says:

12 And what I am doing I will continue to do, in order to undermine the claim of those who would like to claim that in their boasted mission they work on the same terms as we do. 13 For such men are false apostles, deceitful workmen,disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. 14 And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. 15 So it is no surprise if his servants, also, disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds.

Pope-Francis-I-open2-jpgAs we said in an earlier post before the conclusion of the conclave, the Pope to be elected was not going to be Peter the Roman, in fact he is Francis I. We also explained in another previous post that a prophecy (in this case that of St. Malachy) needs to be fulfilled 100%, hence the real Pope, Peter the Roman (Petrus Romanus), is yet to appear on the scene. Taking also into account the Fatima sectret one must not ignore the fact that the third part of this prophecy is yet to be fulfilled and a Pope shall be killed (or sacrificed). The Catholic Church tried to sell the idea that the third part of the Fatima secret referred to the shooting of Pope John Paul II in 1981, but this Pope was not killed by the gunshot so the prophecy was not fulfilled as the Catholic Church wants us to believe. 

How is this going to happen? Who will be Petrus Romanus? And above all where shall be the new Holy See be located once the city of the seven hills (i.e. Rome) is destroyed or loses its title?

More revelations are to come, and we shall see that even the Nostradamus prophecies match the prophecies inspired by the Holy Spirit or Our Lady like those of St Malachy and the Fatima Secret.

An insight of the last ten Popes

We have just added a new section about the Prophecy of the Popes by Saint Malachy. It concerns the last ten popes that came before Francis I. We have given our own interpretation of the mottoes of each Pope. We believe that the last ten Popes are crucial in what we’re trying to predict, because these are the Popes of the 100 years mentioned in the vision of Pope Leo XIII.

Click here to go to the article.

What is the difference between a prediction and a prophecy?

Many think that prediction and prophecy are the same but they’re mistaken. It’s true that they both forecast the future but there’s a difference!

A prediction is a forecast made by those who calculate the parameters of the subject involved and after evaluating al the odds they can predict the future. The weather forecast is a classical example. An experienced teacher can predict that one of his students is brilliant and will have a successful career, but at the age of 21 the student tragically dies. The teacher’s prediction would have been correct, however never fulfilled because the variable of the tragic death at young age was not taken into account.

The prophecy is another story. The ancient Pharaohs of Egypt used to say “So shall it be written and so shall it be done”. And so is the prophecy. Once written it is to be fulfilled without exceptions. A prophecy has all the ingredients except the element of time. Without the element of time a prophecy is hard to pinpoint because history tends to rhyme from time to time. Nevertheless we believe that in the last century or so there have been prophetic visions with some time element (more information to follow in future articles).

A typical example is Bible prophecy. Jesus Christ was prophesied centuries ahead of His time. A host of prophets in the old testament heralded his coming, and yet many did not recognise Him and was crucified. The Jews waited for so long the coming of their Messiah that when he came he was not recognised despite having in their hands a book with one third prophecy, the Bible.

Time Magazine cover - Pope John Paul II forgiving the shooter of his assassination attempt

Time Magazine cover – Pope John Paul II forgiving the shooter of his assassination attempt

Therefore when the Vatican says that the third part of the Fatima secret (actually prophecy would be more appropriate) is referring to the 1981 attempt assassination of Pope John Paul II, they are either wrong or they want us to believe so not to cause speculation like we are doing here. The third part of the Fatima secret clearly states that a Pope is to be killed – Pope John Paul II survived the assassination attempt, therefore this prophecy is yet to be fulfilled, possibly by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.

Therefore since a prophecy cannot be altered why is it written? A prophecy is just a tool to warn us to be prepared for the unexpected eventualities. Nobody knows the moment of the final judgement but when it shall come we ought to be prepared. And be prepared because the signs are out there and we can speculate that the second coming is in the not so distant future.     

Astrology is for fools!

Someone once said that Astrology is about as vacant as the space that it worships. In fact the Catholic church considers that the consultation of horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, the phenomena of clairvoyance, and recourse to mediums contradicts the honour, respect, and loving fear that man owes to God alone.

The pagan world was dominated by belief in astrology. Pagans believed that the stars were divinities, or that they were controlled by divinities. Apollo was the god of the sun, his sister Diana was the goddess of the moon, and the known planets were named after gods as well (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn). Because of this common pagan belief, the Old Testament contains repeated injunctions against star-worship (Deut. 4:19, 17:3; 2 Kgs. 17:16, 21:3–5, 23:4; Jer. 8:2, 19:12–13; Zeph. 1:4–6).

In the New Testament age, astrologers taught that all things were in the grip of Fate, which could assign one destiny to one man and another destiny to another. Fate was extremely powerful and sometimes was even said to rule the gods. However, what destiny Fate would assign to a man could be determined by reading the stars.

Today some Christians are influenced by revived paganism in the form of the New Age movement. Some even suggest that Christianity originally held many occult beliefs, such as astrology. But the early Christians, like the early Jews, were vehemently opposed to astrology, even attributing it to demonic origin.

The Church Fathers were willing to impose strong sanctions against astrology to protect their flocks. In A.D. 120, the noted mathematician Aquila Ponticus was excommunicated from the Church at Rome for astrological heresies.

Nevertheless one must not forget that in many instances the in both old and new testaments, there is a reference to celestial bodies and natural events (planets, stars, sun, comets and the plagues on Egypt). However these have to be taken in their symbolic sense only.  For example the star of Bethlehem appeared and the sky to signify the birth of Christ. Today we know from science that this was Haley’s comet. But the stars and planets don’t determine our fate!

Astrology is for fools!

Holy Prophets vs Satanic Prophets

In Christianity a prophet (or seer) is one inspired by God through the Holy Spirit to deliver a message for a specific purpose. In the popular vernacular, it is often associated with predicting future events, but in Christian and biblical terms, its meaning is wider and can include those given the power to preach repentance to those who do not want to hear the message and to warn of God’s wrath for disobedience. God’s calling as a prophet is not considered to elevate an individual for their glory, but for the glory of God and to turn people to him. Some Christian denominations would limit that and exclude those who receive a personal message not intended for the body of believers, but in the Bible on a number of occasions prophets were called to deliver personal messages. The reception of a message is termed revelation and the delivery of the message is termed prophecy.

Several prophets have been mentioned in the Old Testament such as Daniel, Elijah, Job, Jonah and Isaiah. All recognised by the Catholic church, but perhaps for us living in the 21st century, Saint Malachy, the Irish Archbishop of Armagh from the 12th century, is more relevant.

Malachy obtained sainthood as several miracles have been attributed to him. However Malachy left another legacy behind, that of a vision of the identity of the last 112 Popes, also known as the Prophecy of the Popes. Although the church doesn’t put a lot of importance on the latter, one cannot ignore the fact that Saint Malachy was a prophet inspired by a vision from God. And no matter how much the church tries to diminish the importance of Saint Malachy’s prophecy, who dares to delve into details of Saint Malachy’s prophecy, wouldn’t take him or her much time before he or she realised that the prophecy is quite accuate.  

False prophets also exist like anyone who claims to speak God’s words or teach in his name. One test given in the Old Testament in Deuteronomy contains a warning of those who prophecy events which do not come to pass and said they should be put to death. Elsewhere a false prophet may be someone who is purposely trying to deceive, is delusional, under the influence of Satan or is speaking from his own spirit.

And here comes the conundrum! What if a prophet, unlike Malachy inspired by a vision from God, is actually inspired by a vision from Satan? A genuine prophet indeed, not a holy one but rather a satanic prophet.

Nostradamus

Nostradamus

NOSTRADAMUS – the 16th century French seer is the modern-day prophet who has referred to satanic powers to obtain an accurate (but not precise) vision of the future. A future were evil reigns but not necessarily win the final battle. Remember that vanity is the greatest sin. Lucifer’s vanity as the most preferred angel of god led him to the eternal fall from grace to become a demon. So the devil will never accept that at the end he’ll lose the battle.

No Christian, Jewish or Muslim, doubts the fact that Satan is the master of deception, and for such reason we humans must be prudent not to play his game either and end up making false assumptions. In the midst of all this speculation about the a possible scenario for the coming months and years, we as the Anonymous Prophets, are trying to connect all the dots with all the scientific facts available to us and all the Christian knowledge we’ve been indoctrinated with as kids. No matter how much we try to keep our feet on the ground and take in only the information that the natural world is providing us, we can never deny our Christian roots. Our curiosity shall keep us asking why this and why that!   

More is to come on our blog about the Satanic Prophet Nostradamus! Keep following!

“HABEMUS PAPAM” but not Petrus Romanus

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AND WE WERE RIGHT: NOT PETER THE ROMAN,  FRANCESCO (humility)  

The prophecy is still on, just not as many believed. Various sites and analysts of St Malachy’s list of the popes expected to have Peter the Roman elected tonight. However we announced this morning that this was unlikely to happen. There are more pieces of the puzzle missing.

During the last conclave of 2005, two cardinals were close to become Pope, Cardinal Ratzinger (Benedict XVI) and Cardinal Bergoglio (Francis I).  Bergoglio conceded his votes to Ratzinger. Few years later Ratzinger abdicates and Bergoglio, a Jesuit, becomes the latest Pope.

For now we will only add this: everything is not what it seems. More to come soon!