Revisiting ‘The Prophecy of the Popes’ – who is the final pope ‘Petrus Romanus’? Part 2

First, we recall the closing part of the word Veronika West brought last September with its update on Pope Benedict’s passing (The Beginnings of Sorrows for Nations):
“I say, look to what will take place in Rome [Italy] in the days ahead!
Yes Rome! For the head of the serpent spirit shall be cut off, and all its demonic tentacles shall be fully exposed for the eyes of the world to see.
For when My Stone of Retribution flies, giants will fall, and when My Sword of Justice falls, heads will roll, for great will be their fall, in the fall that is to come!”

SO here are just a few pertinent extracts from “Rome’s” Final Pope? Benedict XVI final written text – Part 4 and I strongly encourage you to read this 30-page article in full because this connects the Prophecy of Malachy outlined in my Is Pope Francis the Prophesied ‘Petrus Romanus’? of 2013 into End-times, as in The Apocalypse, or Book of Revelation (note, according to Roman Catholic interpretation).

First, I’m intrigued to note reference to a TV interview covering the prophecy in June 2016 as this was so soon after my musing upon the Lord exposing political corruption.

Mary’s Secretary starts by referring to Pope Benedict’s personal interest in the Malachy Prophecy, as revealed in an interview:

‘.. this 112th pope will have the explicit name Petrus, and we have not seen that, yet. St. Peter was the first pope and there hasn’t been a Pope Peter since. He has “a unique and sacrosanct standing as a pope”. No pope since the original prince of the apostles has dared to choose that name nor attempt to fill his shoes in that way and as you will see in Chapter Three, I believe the Book of the Apocalypse has an answer for that. I am still getting ahead of myself.

A compelling story Socci shared that indeed proves Padre Pio and Our Lady of Fatima’s warning of “Satan, through the Antichrist, will enter into the bosom of the Church” actually ties into the Prophecy of Malachy in a profoundly eerie way. The Benedictine Monk Arnold de Wyon, who had the prophecy published, did something astonishing, as if to send a message “to safeguard the Church of the future battle against evil” as Socci re-quotes in his book. [Wyon created asignificant painting] for a Benedictine abbey San Pietro in a town called… Bergoglio. Yes, you read that right. There we see PETER (Pietro) and Bergoglio found side by side. Socci believed, as Wyon relayed, that he intended to leave apocalyptic references. Thus, we have three figures predicted by Wyon:

  1. Peter the Roman
  2. Jorge Bergoglio
  3. The Antichrist

‘May I remind readers, as Ann Barnhardt said, that the false prophet forerunner to the Antichrist will be the anti-John the Baptist in every way. Is not this the very thing Bergoglio is reflecting? And as I mentioned, has the same initials as John the Baptist- it is all Satan’s mockery. That is why Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò calls Jorge Bergoglio the “pretender” and “false prophet of globalism” among other things! (emphases RB)

[NOW that statement in full explains my previous pictures of Francis’ wearing pagan symbols! AND of his allowing them in a meeting! Note the next part reiterates my notion in the final part of my 2013 trilogy on this prophecy, viz:

“Having been ‘redirected’ from what I’d intended writing, I had a distinct sense this ‘new thing’ may be related to the change in popes. Furthermore, I wondered how it might apply to St Malachy’s mottos. Then whilst writing, an insight suggested the Roman Catholic church is to be returned to Jesus’ original purposeback to the blueprint!

I had a sense, therefore, of a huge cycle but not returning to exactly what it was 1,980 years ago – more like a progressive spiral turn…

“So, what I was getting is radically different to anything sensationalist conspiracy or the doomsday merchants presume the Malachy prophecy means. After writing that blog, I was amazed to immediately come across an analysis lending some credence to my notion.]

Now back to Mary’s Secretary.:

‘…The prophecy is a wake-up call and a “final” passion for the Church, as predicted in the Catechism. Perhaps this was the reason Gänswein began weeping this past June 18th 2022, because it was a realization of the actual meaning; we can only hope! The “end of the papacy as we knew it” is not due to Benedict’s “new creation of a papacy”, but of Our Lord stepping in, as usual, to purge the Church of the wicked and restore the bride and her sanctuary to its rightful state. THAT also includes the rock of Peter, because as Lucia said, “where Peter is, there is the Church”. Benedict does not make all things new, only Our Lord has that authority. Not only will Christ Our King restore the papacy to all its former glory, to the way it always has been before this catastrophic regency, shared synodal office of Bergoglio and friends, but He will make it more glorious than what it was before because Our Lord restores more wondrously than He creates. Benedict’s real power will lay in his humility and hopeful repentance before his death of his error; and, the revealing of the Third Secret of Fatima in its entirety…’

I trust this has whetted your whistle sufficiently for you to read in full by clicking here.

That Third Secret from early 20th Century includes prophecy of a global pandemic that is engineered through medical technology!!!

14 thoughts on “Revisiting ‘The Prophecy of the Popes’ – who is the final pope ‘Petrus Romanus’? Part 2

  1. Richard do you recall my dream from 2020?

    Revelation 13:1

    The Beast from the Sea
    Then I stood on the sand of the sea. And I saw a beast rising up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and on his horns ten crowns, and on his heads a blasphemous name.

    The sea and/or waters is indicative, at times, of masses of people. In my dream I saw a mass of people, however, they had their backs to me but were silhouettes and I could not make out anybody. Then I saw an individual arise out of the mass, once again, a silhouette and his back was to me so I could not make him out nor provide a description. Then I saw what looked like a religious leader seated on a throne looking out over the masses. I believe it to be the Pope. Being that the masses were in front of him meant, at least to me, that he had control of them and ruled over them. It seemed that he recognized the one ascending from the masses because he arose from his throne to greet him. I could barely recognize the one that had been seated on the throne because I was standing in the back of the mass of people, however, I could make out the garb he was wearing hence my saying he was a/the pope.

    That was the end of my dream. As with anything I post take this to the Lord in prayer.

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  2. And this dream from I will start off this post by re-posting a dream I had in 2016.

    I had a dream 01/10/16 where I saw, who I believe to be, the current Pope. He wasn’t standing addressing the crowds as I’ve seen on many occasions, instead, he was seated on the Papal throne. The throne, in my dream,was at the top of St Peters Basilica with the Pope seated upon it. Then I saw the building begin to implode with the Pope and his throne disappearing first within the building so that he disappeared from view. Then the building itself began to crumble in upon itself until there was nothing left. I don’t remember seeing rubble from the collapse of the building.

    In a vision today 09/25/2017 I saw the Vatican as is pictured above. Only I saw a huge dragon perched on the dome of the Vatican and his claws were deeply embedded in the dome.

    There have been some in the prophetic community, I’ve included a link below, that have suggested that the current pope is the false prophet spoken of in the book of Revelation. If this is so, and I would encourage readers to take this to prayer for themselves, then could the dragon in the vision I was shown be a representation of the beast that is to come? Again, something to take to the Lord in prayer and see what He speaks to you individually.

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  3. It just occurs to me – and I’m sure you’ll be aware of this Richard having made that excellent point in one of your other posts about the meaning of the Latin “extremus” – that “Petrus Romanus” doesn’t necessarily mean “Roman Peter”, it could also mean “The Rock of Rome”. I wonder if anyone else has considered that? The emphasis on the person’s name being Peter could be misplaced.

    (Strictly speaking I suppose it’s “Roman Rock”, but that makes me think of “Blackpool rock”, which is all wrong…)

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