Why the sudden resignation by Pope Benedict? Per the Zetas, he is anticipating that anyone who is Pope will have an exhausting schedule. Does this fulfill Malachy's prophecy? Might very well be!
Of course Pope Benedict is struggling with poor health, he is 85 years old! That he had a minor stroke and is taking heart medication is hardly a reason to resign. The rumors are rampant that Obama is getting ready announce the truth about Planet X, aka Nibiru, nearby. After months of delay, during which Obama tried to set his house in order, anticipating political chaos after the announcement (when little work would be done in Washington DC), he is again proceeding. The Pope of course is in the loop, and knows what will follow at the Vatican. The faithful will want to be assured of their rapture, the priesthood will want advice, and royalty will want to inquire into special dispensation or powers the Pope may secretly have.
In short, the announcement will mean a lot of WORK for anyone who might be caught as Pope during this time. It is not in this Pope’s nature to be that person. If anyone thinks this all seems to be fulfilling Saint Malachy’s predictions on the last Pope, we agree! The Catholic Church is already in trouble, a trend started even before all the pedophile scandals. The faithful have long suspected the Third Fatima secret was about the End Times and will resent the obvious lies by the Church elite. It is not just the earthquakes that will ravage Italy and the world during the passage that will end the Church. It will be their failure to lead.
Pope Benedict's Full Resignation Statement
February 11, 2013
However, in today’s world, subject to so many rapid changes …
To add to the rumor is the anticipation that St Malachy’s prophecy about the “last Pope” might be coming true. According to St Malachy's prophecy the second to last pope will not last long and he shall have a short reign. Malachy’s prophecy has proved to be remarkably accurate. Per Wikipedia on the issue, Pope 108 was to be, per Malachy the “flower of flowers”. His coat of arms featured three fleur-de-lys. Pope 109 was to be “from the midst of the moon”. His month-long reign began with the moon half-full. Pope 110 was to be “from the labour of the sun”. He was born on the day of a solar eclipse and entombed on the day of a solar eclipse. Pope 111 was to be the “glory of the olive”. The order's crest contains an olive branch. And the last Pope, Pope 112 was to be “Peter the Roman, who will nourish the sheep in many tribulations; when they are finished, the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people.”
Prophecy of the Popes
The Prophecy of the Popes, attributed to Saint Malachy, is a list of 112 short phrases in Latin. They purport to describe each of the Roman Catholic popes (along with a few anti-popes), beginning with Pope Celestine II (elected in 1143) and concluding with the successor of current pope Benedict XVI, a pope described in the prophecy as "Peter the Roman", whose pontificate will end in the destruction of the city of Rome.
Saint Malachy Prophecy Last Pope Next, Destruction of Rome
April 7, 2012
The internet and Bible prophecy community have been buzzing due to an ancient prophecy attributed to Saint Malachy which predicted some 112 popes culminating in the destruction of Rome, Benedict being next to last. Ratzinger also created a stir when he chose the name “Benedict” seeming to intentionally fulfill the Malachy prophecy’s characterization of him as the “glory of the Olive” (the Benedictine order is symbolized by an Olive branch).
Per the Zetas, there is merit to the prophecy, as Malachy was a genuine prophet and had an accuracy track record.
ZetaTalk Confirmation 1/17/2009:
Many prophets have proven their worth by predictions that have come true. Saint Malachy was prophetic about many popes and those wanting certain confirmation have extended these predictions to the present day popes by tenuous connections. That his list has come close is a credit to his precognitive abilities, which is as we have explained an ability to think logically and project into the future based on past events. Our rule since the start of 2002 has been to decline to comment on the predictions or comments of others unless this other source has some prediction accuracy. Saint Malachy qualifies.
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