“HABEMUS PAPAM” but not Petrus Romanus



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!


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