“Exhausted in the Vatican” (2012)

In light of yet another news story that has come to my attention, “The Final Battles of Pope Benedict XVI”, I want to share some of the fascinating information from the book, Petrus Romanus, The Final Pope Is Here” by Thomas Horn and Cris Putnam (2012, Defender Publishing).
I rarely read books, but on occasion one comes my way that I sense I MUST READ, and Petrus Romanus is one of those. Back in 1995 when I was led by the Spirit to begin this journey of connecting Bible prophecy to end times events, I was browsing in a bookstore with absolutely no intention of buying into anything concerning end times. I was experiencing the debilitating symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome and was as yet undiagnosed. It was only because my son had given me a gift certificate for Christmas that I had dragged myself out of bed and made the trip to buy something — I truly was feeling no motivation to shop. I had made the rounds through the small Christian store without finding anything that I wanted (VERY much unlike me), and I was just about ready to head home empty handed when my eyes literally were drawn to a shelf of books about “last days” prophecy. And as I stepped closer, two books caught my attention, one by Hal Lindsey and the other by Dave Hunt, titled A Woman Rides the Beast.
I bring this up because Dave Hunt’s book is about unmistakeable prophecy parallels between the Roman Catholic Church and visions given to the prophet John in the Revelation of Jesus Christ. I was fascinated by all that for many years, then I set it aside because nothing seemed to be coming of it, and I definitely didn’t want to share what I was reading and possibly offend any of my friends who are sincerely following Jesus within Catholicism!
But now comes this new book, just recently off the press, that once again brings up parallels between the Vatican (“the city on seven hills”; Rev. 17:9), the papacy, Catholic doctrine, and something new: a centuries old prophecy, called “St. Malachy’s Prophecy of the Popes”, which appears to very clearly predict that the current Pope Benedict XVI will be followed by “Peter the Roman”, the last pope (according to the prophecy) to reign before “the final Conclave” convenes to elect the next pope — perhaps in 2012. I encourage you to buy the two books if you are interested in the full commentaries. I will only be listing certain facts that I feel are pertinent to all of my readers.
I will be posting small bites of verifiable truth, because I know this is going to be hard for many people to “swallow.” And because this will be very time consuming if I do it appropriately, rather than in a rush. For now, here is the text of the news article I mentioned earlier, for your consideration:

Exhausted in the Vatican The Final Battles of Pope Benedict XVI

By Fiona Ehlers, Alexander Smoltczyk and Peter Wensierski

Finally, there is clarity. The Holy See has cleared things up and made the document accessible to all: a handout on checking whether apparitions of the Virgin Mary are authentic.

Everything will be much easier from now on. The Roman Catholic Church has taken a step forward. This “breaking news” from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) reveals the kinds of issues the Vatican is concerned with — and the kind of world in which some there live. It’s a world in which the official Church investigation of Virgin Mary sightings is carefully regulated while cardinals in the Roman Curia, the Vatican’s administrative and judicial apparatus, wield power with absolutely no checks and the pope’s private correspondence turns up in the desk drawers of a butler.

It’s a completely different apparition of the Virgin Mary that has pulled the Vatican and the Catholic Church into a new crisis, whose end and impact can only be surmised: the appearance of a source in the heart of the Church, a conspiracy against the pope and a leak code-named “Maria.”

Since the end of May, the pope’s former butler, Paolo Gabriele, has been detained in a 35-square-meter (377-square-foot) cell at the Vatican, with a window but no TV. Using the code name “Maria,” he allegedly smuggled faxes and letters out of the pope’s private quarters. But it remains unclear who was directing him to do so.

Even with Gabriele’s arrest, the leak still hasn’t been plugged. More documents were released to the public last week, documents intended primarily to damage two close associates of Pope Benedict XVI: his private secretary, Georg Gänswein, and Cardinal Secretary of State Tarcisio Bertone, the Vatican’s top administrator. According to one document, “hundreds” of other secret documents would be published if Gänswein and Bertone weren’t “kicked out of the Vatican.” “This is blackmail,” says Vatican expert Marco Politi. “It’s like threatening total war.”

A House in Disarray

Fear is running rampant in the Curia, where the mood has rarely been this miserable. It’s as if someone had poked a stick into a beehive. Men wearing purple robes are rushing around, hectically monitoring correspondence. No one trusts anyone anymore, and some even hesitate to communicate by phone.

It all began in the accursed seventh year of the papacy of Benedict XVI, with striking parallels to the latter part of Pope John Paul II’s papacy. The same complaints about poor leadership and internal divisions are being aired outside the Vatican’s walls, while the pope himself seems exhausted and no longer able to exert his power.

Joseph Ratzinger turned 85 in April. This makes him the oldest pope in 109 years, and one of the few popes who have exercised what Benedict has called this “enormous” office at such an advanced age.

Of course, he is still enviably fit, both mentally and physically, especially compared to his predecessor in his later years. But speaking has become unmistakably more difficult for Benedict than at the beginning of his papacy, and it’s hard to miss that his movements have become stiff and cautious.

He recently told a visitor that his old piano hardly gets any use anymore. Playing it requires practice, he added, but he doesn’t have any time for that. He prefers to continue working on the last part of his series on Jesus, which he wants to finish before dying.

A Ship with No Captain

These days, it isn’t difficult to find clerics at the Vatican who are willing to talk, provided their identities remain anonymous.

The monsignor who finds his way to a restaurant near Piazza Santa Maria in Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood one evening worked closely with Ratzinger in the CDF for years. But even before the waiter arrives with water and wine, the monsignor delivers his verdict on Ratzinger’s papacy: “The pope doesn’t fully exercise his office!” In his view, instead of having things under control, they control him.

The pope isn’t interested in daily affairs at the Vatican, says the anonymous monsignor. Still, this is not exactly unprecedented, as his predecessor also neglected the Curia. While the Polish pope spent a lot of time traveling, his German successor is apparently happiest while poring over books and writing speeches. “He simply isn’t taking matters into his own hands,” the monsignor says. In essence, he adds, the pope faces a different power in Rome — and one he hasn’t take command of.

Although the Vatican is Catholic, it’s also two-thirds Italian. In the end, says the monsignor, the Vatican’s employees and administration don’t care who among their ranks leads the Church. Even for someone who has been living there for decades, the monsignor says, “the Vatican is a ball of wool that’s almost impossible to untangle — not even by a pope.”

When John Paul II died in April 2005, the Curia was in terrible shape. Events and personnel decisions had been postponed during his last few years, in which he was often ill. The new pope was expected to finally clear off the desks and give the Curia a fresh start.

But, for the most part, such reforms haven’t materialized. Priests still hold all key positions, including those on the Council for the Laity and the Council for the Family. The only woman in a senior position, Briton Lesley-Anne Knight, was driven out of office as secretary-general of the Catholic development agency Caritas Internationalis in 2011 for having openly opposed the Church’s male-dominated hierarchy.

Fractured and Ferocious

A “reform of the Curia” is probably a contradiction in terms. Its hierarchical, essentially medieval organizational model is incompatible with modern management. The Vatican is an anachronistic, albeit surprisingly tenacious system, in which pecking orders and an absurd penchant for secrecy and intrigue prevail. “The only important thing is proximity to the monarch,” says a member of a cardinal’s staff. Rome works like an absolutist court, one in which decisions are made by people whispering things into the others’ ears rather than by committees. “There are many vain people here, people in sharp competition with one another,” the staff member adds.

Who spoke with whom, and for how long? What did they talk about? Who attends early Mass with whom, and who invites whom to dinner? Who’s in and who’s out? Who belongs and who doesn’t, and who’s coming into favor and who’s falling out of it? “This mood fosters feelings of exclusion, discrimination, envy, revenge and resentment,” the monsignor says. And all things have now appeared in the so-called Vatileaks documents.

Papal secretary Gänswein, in particular, has made many enemies. As the pope’s gatekeeper, he has influence over who is granted or denied the pontiff’s favor as well as over which events and issues might command his attention. This power can trigger fear, jealousy and derision in the corridors of the Apostolic Palace, the pope’s official residence. For Gänswein, it seemed almost miraculous that he was able to spend an entire evening relaxing and conversing with German clerics at the Vatican’s embassy in Berlin last September. It was an experience he couldn’t have had in Rome.

The Vatican is disintegrating into dozens of competing interest groups. In the past, it was the Jesuits, the Benedictines, the Franciscans and other orders that competed for respect and sway within the Vatican court. But their influence has waned, and they have now been replaced primarily by the so-called “new clerical communities” that bring the large, cheering crowds to Masses celebrated by the pope: the Neocatechumenate, the Legionaries of Christ and the traditionalists of the Society of St. Pius X(SSPX) and the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter — not to mention the worldwide “santa mafia” of Opus Dei.They all have their open and clandestine agents in and around the Vatican, and they all own real estate and run universities, institutes and other educational facilities in Rome. Various cardinals and bishops champion their interests at the Vatican, often without an official or recognizable mandate. At the Vatican, everyone is against everyone, and everyone feels they have God on their side.

Perhaps Benedict XVI simply knows the Vatican too well to seriously attempt to reform it. “As pope, this veteran curial insider has turned out to have virtually zero interest in actually running the Roman Curia,” writes John L. Allen, a biographer of the pope.

LINK: http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/pope-benedict-focuses-on-legacy-while-ignoring-vatican-power-struggle-a-838830.html

There are 3 parts to this article that you can access by following the above link.
And you can see the actual prophecies listed at this link: http://www.catholic-pages.com/grabbag/malachy.asp
Watching …

“A Tale of Two Popes” (2014)

A tale of two Popes

Author: Adrian Salbuchi is a political analyst, author, speaker and radio/TV commentator in Argentina.  (Emphasis added)
Published time: December 23, 2014 16:47 

The Roman Catholic Church celebrates its second Two-Pope Christmas this week. Is there greater significance behind this than meets the eye?

Is the Vatican actually giving us a sign “in plain sight,” to be understood by “those who have eyes to see and ears to hear”?

The Catholic Church – the main worldly Christian Institution – has undergone deep change, in line with the signs of the times. The key to understanding the Church’s 2,000-year success story lies in three factors embedded in its name: it is “Apostolic,” (in that its foundations lie in the works and lives of Jesus Christ’s key disciples); it is “Catholic” (in Greek – καθολικός – which means universal, or “global” by today’s standards); and last but not least, it is “Roman” (geographically, culturally and geopolitically).

In spite of the hundreds of thousands of early Christians martyred by the Roman Emperors, the Church owes much to Rome. Not only did it fix its HQ smack in the middle of the Eternal City, it also adopted Rome’s secular language, Latin, turning it into its own Sacred tongue; blended much of Rome’s legal and administrative structure, and adopted many of its symbols, concepts and style.

Thus, the “Pontiff” (bridge) – holds the key to Eternal Salvation and even Jesus’s birthday is celebrated December 25th, the same as Mithras’s: an Iranian god Roman legionnaires brought back with them from the Eastern confines of the Empire. Not to mention that the Cross – the supreme symbol of Martyrdom – was a Roman contraption.

Whatever your opinion, whichever your Faith, the truth is that the Church has weathered time well. Sure today it looks rather weary, tired and gray, but it is nevertheless the West’s oldest institution with 2,000 years of uninterrupted continuity, most of it spent in Rome and that’s an awfully long time.

Is there a subtle collective “time-bar” for institutions, measured in such long periods that we do not see it, mainly because our own short lives drive us to think short-term?

Time, time and time

The rules governing Millennia are probably different from our modern, materialistic, short-term concept of time. In fact, the Ancients used three different words when coping with time: “Chronos” described “physical” lineal time“Kairos” referred to significant points in time when the will of God or the gods was manifested: cosmic destiny milestones, so to speak; and “Aion”: Rome’s god of very long periods of cyclical time, from which we derive the modern word “eon.”

For the Church, Chronos seems to be embedded into Kairos which are its significant milestones, which in turn help to “explain” prophecy (“My time is not yet come”); all in turn rolled up into Aion, the cyclical “times of the ages” during which subtle, slow, long-term changes surge and wane in the collective psyche.

In today’s dark crises, have illuminated elements inside the Church understood these mechanisms and are playing them out in the world? Last year, the papacy underwent an almost unprecedented “Kairos”milestone when Pope Benedict XVI (aka Joseph Ratzinger) abdicated to be replaced one moon later by Pope Francis (aka Jorge Mario Bergoglio).

Was this incredible overturning of centuries of orderly papal continuity where new popes were enthroned only after the old pope died, done merely because Benedict felt too old, too tired and too weak to perform his collective worldly and spiritual duties?

Peter and Paul, Church founders

St Peter (Simon Peter, in Latin, Petrus the Rock) died around 64 AD, crucified under Emperor Nero Augustus Caesar. He was one of the original 12 Apostles whom the Church considers as its very first pope, directly ordained by Jesus himself as the “Rock of My Church” (Matthew 16:18). Tradition holds Peter was crucified at the site of the Clementine Chapel and that his bones lie under St Peter’s Basilica.

 El Greco. "Sts. Peter and Paul". State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (RIA Novosti)

El Greco. “Sts. Peter and Paul”. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (RIA Novosti)

St Paul was a different story. His original Jewish name was Saul; he was younger than Peter and not one of the original 12 followers of Jesus. As a matter of fact, he began by persecuting Jesus’ disciples in Jerusalem. Then, as he was on the road to Damascus, the resurrected Jesus appeared to him in a great light striking him blind. But his sight returned three days later and, having “seen the light,” Saul changed his name to Paul and began preaching that Jesus of Nazareth was the Messiah and the Son of God.

Paul was a brilliant, prolific intellectual: 14 of the 27 books in the New Testament are traditionally attributed to him. His epistles form the roots of Christian theology, worship and ritual, not just Roman Catholic but Orthodox and Protestant as well.

Paul preached mainly to the heathen and is often referred to as “The Apostle of the Gentiles,” whilst Peter kept the flock of converted Jews aligned to the new Creed.

Thus, loyal Peter was the “heart” of the Church, the very rock on which it was built and still stands in Rome; whilst brilliant Paul was the “brains” of the Church, the dogma which still holds to this day (in spite of the Second Vatican Council!).

In very general terms, one could say that Peter and Paul single-handedly founded the worldly and temporal structure of Roman Catholicism, out of which centuries later Protestantism would also spring. It’s no wonder that the Church honors their joint solemnities on the same day: June 29 – The Feast of Saints Peter and Paul.

Let’s fast forward to the present-day Church. As in a mirror, are we seeing a modern reflection of those two Roman Church Founders who worked together, lived together and almost died together, in the two Pontiffs who today also live and work together and who will in all likelihood also die together in Rome: Pope Francis (the “true” pope) and the retired pope “emeritus” Benedict XVI?

A Christmas pine tree stands in front of St Peter's basilica after it was illuminated during a ceremony on December 19, 2014 at the Vatican. (AFP Photo/Filippo Monteforte)

A Christmas pine tree stands in front of St Peter’s basilica after it was illuminated during a ceremony on December 19, 2014 at the Vatican. (AFP Photo/Filippo Monteforte)

Saint Malachi’s List

Malachi was an 11th Century Irish saint, the Archbishop of Armagh, and the first native-born Irishman to be canonized. Today, he’s best known for an apocalyptic vision he had when journeying to Rome which he hurriedly wrote down, in which he “saw” the 112 popes that would reign after his time until the Last Judgment and Second Coming of Christ.

Malachi’s List was forgotten for 400 years until it was discovered by Benedictine monk Arnold de Wyon. He published it in 1590 as the “Doomsday Prophecy.” Many scholars believe this to be an elaborate 16th-century hoax.

Maybe… And yet there is something uncanny about the way the 112 short, cryptic Latin phrases Malachi gave to each of the coming 112 Roman Catholic popes beginning with Pope Celestine II, seem to tally with some aspect – great or small – of the actual bishops who would ascend to the throne of St. Peter in centuries to come.

If it was a hoax, it was definitely a most inspired one.

Add to this another key factor: Timing. Since Malachi drafted his visionary List, we’ve seen some popes reigning for many long years like Pius IX and John Paul II (31 and 26 years, respectively) and others having sadly short reigns like John Paul I’s brief, 33-day tenure.

With such wild variations in the length of popes’ reigns, Malachi’s List could have very well swerved off by literally entire centuries, either ending too soon (centuries ago) or too late (still having centuries to go), and yet…

Here we are in 2014 with the very last pope on Malachi’s List sitting in Rome: a man who just turned 78 and who we should not expect will live many decades more.

So, maybe we shouldn’t shrug off old St Malachi too lightly, even if his mysterious list has been abused by New Agers and Zeitgeisters. After all, Malachi was the Archbishop of Armagh, which rings of Armageddon.

Where do we go from here?

Are there deeper collective psychological factors at work even now? Apocalyptic End-Times may very well reflect the awakening of dormant collective Archetypes: the ones Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung so aptly studied and spoke about in the last century. But there may also be some self-fulfilling prophecy factors in play.

In 1935, English poet T. S. Eliot wrote a drama called “Murder in the Cathedral,” a story about the assassination in his own Canterbury Cathedral of Archbishop Thomas Becket by two knights loyal to English King Henry II Plantagenet, over a political struggle as to who should have the final word on worldly matters: the King sitting in London, or the Pope sitting in Rome.

In one magnificent scene, Becket’s loyal monks seek to protect their archbishop by blocking the Cathedral doors as Henry’s armed knights draw nigh. Becket, however, orders they remain open, thus seeking – even willing – his own Martyrdom: a veritable “imitation of Christ” in the sense that Prophecy must “be accomplished.”

When prophesies hoary with age become embedded into the collective psyche, there may very well be a strong unconscious compulsion to live them out, so to speak, just like in a play or opera. The fascination is in no way diminished by the fact that we know exactly how the play will end, whether it is Murder in the Cathedral, Hamlet, Macbeth, Faust, Wagner’s Ring Cycle… or Malachi’s Doomsday List.

The icon "Apostles Peter and Paul," mid 11th century. The album "Icon Painting." Egg tempera on wood. Reproduction. (RIA Novosti/M. Filimonov)

The icon “Apostles Peter and Paul,” mid 11th century. The album “Icon Painting.” Egg tempera on wood. Reproduction. (RIA Novosti/M. Filimonov)

Secret of Secrets

Are the deepest recesses of the Vatican, which hide so many secrets, mysteries and intricacies, unwittingly (or not) playing out a Game of Prophecy?

Look at the last four entries of Malachi’s List:

– John Paul I (109 on the List) Malachi called “Of the half moon.” Poor Albino Luciani was enthroned during a half moon in 1978, and found dead in the next half moon, 33 days later.

– John Paul II (110th) he described as “the labours of the sun” (which some construed as the eclipse of the sun): When Karol Wojtyła was born there was a solar eclipse, which happened again during his funeral.

– Joseph Ratzinger (111th) is described as “Glory of the olive”: Ratzinger’s papal name honors St Benedict of Nursia, founder of the Benedictine Order, of which the Olivetans are one branch.

But suddenly last year Benedict abdicated, generating expectations as to who would be the next and apparently last pope. For No. 112 carries no short and enigmatic description. Rather, Malachi wrote the following ominous words, “Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [Rome? Jerusalem?] will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End.”

Pope 112 is Francis, the Argentinean Jorge Bergoglio who thankfully did not choose Peter as his papal name. No pope after the original Peter ever has, a taboo not applied to Paul (six popes carried that name).

If St Paul was the “brains” of the Church, can we see in Benedict XVI his modern counterpart? A brilliant, cold, intellectual, Church doctor, for decades the Prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith, aloof from worldly matters?

If St Peter was the simpler, more emotional sturdy “rock” on which Jesus built his Church, is Francis – so beloved by Catholics for his warmth, simplicity, directness and unsophistication, his modern counterpart?

The Church has not had two living popes in Rome for six centuries and although St Paul was never himself pope, gathering “Peter & Paul” together again to join forces in the face of today’s so very challenging times for the Church, its Flock and all toiling folk roaming our bleak planet, might not be a bad idea, albeit filled with dark foreboding.

For these are times of growing “wars and rumors of wars”: Ukraine, Syria, Korea, Africa, Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Mali, Somalia, India, Pakistan, Libya, Hong Kong, Sudan, Iran

Is the Church taking St Malachi more seriously than they care to admit? Has it considered it prudent to “prepare for the worst and hope for the best”?

If based on all the wisdom, information, prophecy, secret truths, damning evidence, and unspeakable proofs hidden away in the deepest recesses and vaults of the Vatican, the Church is preparing for the worst, then maybe we would do well to follow its example.

Political tragedy often arises because vital stories go untold; key information is kept locked away, and the obvious goes unnoticed.

Billions of people would no doubt undergo a collective change of heart if such vital Truths were revealed, if the real culprits were unmasked, if warmongers were righteously punished, and loyal truth seekers were rewarded.

The world needs such a Vital Message.

Maybe it’s time for Rome to come out and really tell it like it is. For if not from Rome, inspired by the spirit of Peter and Paul and the legions of Angels, then from where can we expect even a morsel of Truth to flourish? The world listens with baited breath….



The Revelation from Jesus Christ (the final book of the Bible) is filled with apocalyptic symbolism that has been speculated about since it was written down by the apostle John, while he lived in exile on the island of Patmos during the reign of Roman emperor Domitian.

Specific prophecies referred to in this article can be found in Revelation 13 (the revealing of “beast #1” — a.k.a. THE end times Antichrist or global ruler — and of “beast #2” — a.k.a. “the false prophet”) and in Revelation 17:9, which mentions “seven hills.” Rome has been traditionally called “the city on seven hills.” Many end times students of prophecy believe that a Roman Catholic “Pope” will step into the role of the false prophet. Apparently Archbishop Malachi believed this to be true.

“The devil is real.” — Pope Francis

Pope Francis Warns Young Children: ‘The Devil is Real’  Catholic leader tells children that Satan is their ‘biggest enemy, and not a fairytale’

March 4, 2019

Pope Francis reportedly told a group of children on Sunday that the Devil exists and is their “biggest enemy, and is not a ‘fairytale’.”The Pontiff met with children from Saint Crispin’s parish in Viterbo as he insisted that the devil is “the ruler of the pagan spirit” and “the lord of evil.”The Catholic leader urged the children to resist his wiles through prayer and recourse to Jesus.  In a somewhat lively dialogue with the group of children, Francis asked them how the Devil attempts to separate us from God….

READ MORE: https://neonnettle.com/news/6693-pope-francis-warns-young-children-the-devil-is-real-
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Pope John Paul II with side view of the Bent Cross.

The Catholic religion often calls herself the “Mother Church.” She’s NOT the mother of Christ’s church! By calling herself “mother” she is telling on herself. Is this the abomination spoken of in the Scriptures? . . .


(Revelation 17:5)! 

Notice the Catholic religion calls herself a woman. The Bible calls Catholicism a whore, and what a GREAT WHORE she is—committing spiritual fornication with the kings and rulers of the earth (nearly every king throughout history has had some type of political, economic or religious ties with the Vatican). Read about how Nazi Germany and the Vatican worked together to murder millions of innocent Jews in the holocaust!  Read The Vatican’s Holocaust. She’s DRUNKEN with the blood of the saints. Study the Inquisitions—the torture and killing of tens-of-millions of people.Oh, even the antichrist is naked in light of God’s word.

Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists (Popes and priests); whereby we know that it is the last time” —1st John 2:18

And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet color (official Vatican colors), and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls (the Vatican is filthy rich), having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations (the Holocaust, inquisitions, etc.) and filthiness of her fornication: And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY (very few people realize where the Catholic religion started), BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS (who seduce people into their damnable religion) AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH” —Revelation 17:4,5

Catholicism’s ill-gotten children profess to know Christ but do service to Satan by disregarding the commandments of God in order to keep the traditions of men which papists even themselves call “TRADITION.” 

LINK: http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/False%20Religions/Roman%20Catholicism/satanism_in_the_vatican.htm


Excerpt from https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vatican/esp_vatican44.htm

Massimo Introvigne of Italy, a known Vatican agent and satanist said in an interview with Maria Grazia of Epoca Magazine that he attended a Black Mass in a Church of Satan in Turin.

Here is a portion of the interview:

EPOCA: Mr. Introvigne, how did you succeed in overcoming the mistrust of the people from Turin?
INTROVIGNE: I’ve frequented cult circles for years. I found my Satanist contacts among people practicing sex magic. Although I’m a Catholic, I enjoy a good reputation. It was they who sought me out. At times, we met in neutral territories; then they allowed me to attend their rites.

EPOCA: Where did the rite take place?
INTROVIGNE: In a private apartment of the old part of town, probably used as a storehouse, with a room nearly ten meters long.

EPOCA: How was the furniture?
INTROVIGNE: Essential. With no black painted walls, like you can see in the US or in other deserted Satanic chapels discovered also in Turin. Just an altar, at the center, with a dark pall, similar to those used for funerals. There was a statuette showing the devil with a erect fallus, at least 30 centimeter long… A lot of devil shaped red candles, a “hand of glory” and a presumably human skull.

EPOCA: Who attended the mass?
INTROVIGNE: There were about twenty people, all standing. On average, they were quite young, 30 years or more, I guess. There were a few women: not more than seven or eight. They all wore normal clothes, except the celebrant who was black dressed, with a mantle reaching his feet and a hood on his shoulders.

EPOCA: How was the rite held?
INTROVIGNE: It started by invoking Satan, in a shaky Latin, according to the classic liturgy which turns the Catholic liturgy upside down. The faithful replied to the texts by heart. There was a sequel of ritual acts such as: lighting candles, Satanic spells, manipulation of objects, which lasted about twenty minutes. Then a priestess came in.

EPOCA: What do you mean?
INTROVIGNE: In Satanic rites a woman, a virgin is much better, acting as an “altar” is essential. In the US I’ve seen wooden supports anatomically shaped so as to host the priestess in a laid down position. In Italy it’s usually an uncomfortable table. That’s why, I guess, the woman came in after the rite had already started.

EPOCA: How old did she appear to be?
INTROVIGNE: I don’t think she was a chaste young woman. She was 40, more or less, good looking, but really embarrassed. May be, it was her first experience in this field. Again, in America I’ve seen naked women moving with extreme naturalness. Not in this case. She entered covered with a bathrobe. She took it off and stretched out on the altar.

EPOCA: What happened then?
INTROVIGNE: The “priest” carried out the rite with the deconsecration of the Host (they assured me it wasn’t a stolen host). He put it on the woman’s body and then he quickly, quite in a furtive manner, dipped it in her vagina. Then he raised the chalice. The elixir, a mixture of sperm and vaginal secretions which serves for giving immortality and creating the “body of glory”, had been prepared in advance and was ready.

EPOCA: Did any copulation take place?
INTROVIGNE: Yes it did, soon after. But it was quite short. It lasted a couple of minutes more or less. And it was just between the priest and the woman-altar. It was like if the act was mimed, unlike the ceremonies where I’ve seen celebrant and “altar” find pleasure while executing the rite, a rite where the faithful as well took part.

EPOCA: What did the followers do meanwhile?
INTROVIGNE: They drank from the chalice. But they remained rigorously dressed.

EPOCA: Did they sing any hymn?
INTROVIGNE: No, they didn’t. They mumbled some invocations to the devil, while there was an atmosphere of strong emotional tension. There were neither songs, nor musical instruments, unlike the US where you can often hear a pianola accompaniment.

EPOCA: In what manner did the ceremony end?
INTROVIGNE: The priest blessed the faithful using a liquid which I guess was water. Manuals talk about urine… and it should be the woman-altar who produces it. But I don’t definitely believe that the lady from Turin, who was already really embarrassed, could be willing to be of any help.

Besides the above accounts, former Jesuit priests Malachi Martin and Alberto Rivero told Americans how they attended Black Masses before they left the Order.

In a web site called puritans.net, they gave a short synopsis of what the two priests said:

Malachi Martin documents that a Black Mass was held in St Paul’s Cathedral in 1963. During this heinous affair, several cardinals “installed Lucifer to his appropriate place” in the Vatican, as “head of the church.”

Martin claims that a good deal of the child molestation occurring now is actually Satanic worship. Part of the Luciferian rites of many of the priests, nuns, and hierarchy. He intimates that many who engage in this kind of “worship” are indeed secret Masons.

Malachi Martin was himself a Jesuit priest, in a high official capacity in the Vatican. “In God’s Name” has a photograph of Malachi Martin, seated right next to Pope John Paul I – the Pope that was murdered. Martin is seated between Pope John Paul I (who is on the Papal Throne) and Diego Lorenzi, an aide who accompanied John Paul I from Venice, where he was previously.

Alberto Rivera also says that he attended, as a Jesuit, a Black Mass in the Vatican. With the Jesuits. Martin himself did not attend the Black Mass, but he knew of it. He later resigned the Jesuits – around 1972.He was “Laicized” so that he could write books on the corruptions he had seen in the Vatican.

He recently passed away in 1999. Some Catholics think he was murdered. He also wrote a blockbuster entitled “The Jesuits: The Society of Jesus and the Betrayal of the Roman Catholic Church.” In that book, he details how the Jesuits became Communists in the 1960’s, under their then Secretary General, Pedro Arrupe. And he documents how they fomented Communist revolutions in several countries—especially in Latin American and Africa.

Petrus Romanus: Coronation 2013

Petrus Romanus: Pope Advocates Global Wealth Redistribution, Renounces Free Market Economics as “Crude and Naive” 
Mac Slavo
November 28th, 2013


Since his coronation, Pope Francis has made waves throughout the Catholic community, often shunning generally accepted Papal tradition for a more modern and progressive world. He is, for lack of a better term, a reformer. From refusing the luxurious living quarters traditionally reserved for the head of the Church in the Vatican, to turning Catholic dogma on its head by suggesting it’s OK to be gay when he addressed the issue by asking, “Who am I to judge?” Francis is unlike any popes who have come before him.

By some accounts, he has been a positive influence, as evidenced by a growing interest in Catholicism since he took the reigns of the Church. For others, especially those who have followed the centuries old prophecies of Saint Malachy, his message is being approached with caution and skepticism.

Now, in his first encyclical, a Papal letter sent to Bishops of the Roman Catholic Church, Francis has once again caused an uproar by claiming free market capitalism and trickle-down economics are unproven theories not backed with facts.

“It is no longer simply about exploitation and oppression, but something new,” the pontiff wrote in the 85-page document. “Exclusion ultimately has to do with what it means to be a part of the society in which we live; those excluded are no longer society’s underside or its fringes or its disenfranchised – they are no longer even a part of it. The excluded are not the ‘exploited’ but the outcast, the ‘leftovers’.

The pope also denounced “trickle-down” theories of economics promoted by many conservatives and politicians who espouse an unregulated free market.

“In this context, some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world,” he said. “This opinion, which has never been confirmed by the facts, expresses a crude and naïve trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power and in the sacralized workings of the prevailing economic system. Meanwhile, the excluded are still waiting.”

“In addition to restating opposition by the Catholic Church to abortion, the new Pope criticized free market capitalism and advocated wealth redistribution,” notes Kurt Nimmo of Infowars about the Pope’s latest ideas.

While the free market system as it exists today is certainly not ideal, especially considering the elite political machinations taking place behind the scenes on a global scale (including within the halls of the Vatican itself), Pope Francis seems to indicate in his encyclical that the solution is wealth redistribution – on a global scale.

Helping the poor and destitute has always been a tenet of Christianity and Catholicism, but the Pope’s statements become suspect for a variety of reasons, with one of the keys being the notion that he is the fulfillment of a prophecy that claims Francis will be the Pope that ushers in an era right out of the Book of Revelations.

The hesitation for many in subscribing to Francis’ message of reformation is attributed to a document referred to as the Prophecy of the Popes, which was hidden in the vaults of the Vatican for nearly 900 years, but followed closely by insiders:

In 1139 A.D. the Catholic Saint Malachy was said to have experienced visions during a trip to Rome. He subsequently put these visions to paper and penned a document containing 112 short phrases purporting to describe all future popes that would head the Catholic Church. Though not a part of official Catholic dogma or church teachings, this Prophecy of the Popes is well known by Vatican officials and church scholars because it has been remarkably accurate about naming the last 111 heads of one of the world’s oldest and most widespread religions.

According to researchers, theologians and evangelical scholars, the phrases Malachy scribed in his writings offer up the “nature, name, destiny or coat of arms” of every pope in succession and culminate with the naming of the 112th pope.

Now, according to prophecy, the 112th Pope will step up to head the Church, and he will be named Petrus Romanus, or Peter the Roman.

Here’s the scary part, and one that has given Catholics and other theologians pause, because according to Malachy’s prophecy, Petrus Romanus is to be the final pope, who will oversee not only the destruction of the Catholic Church, but the world as we know it:

“In  extreme persecution the seat of the Holy Roman Church will be occupied by Peter the Roman…”

“Who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the terrible or fearsome judge will judge his people.

The End.”

Prophecy of the Popes – Attributed to St. Malachy circa  1139 A.D.

Tom Horn of Raiders News Update and one of the world’s foremost experts on the subject published a book in 2012 with theologian Chris Putnam titled Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope Is Here. In their book, the researches claim that the 111th Pope, Benedict, would resign from his position, something that had not happened for 600 years. Benedict did, in fact, resign less than a year later and was replaced by current Pope Francis.

According to Horn, though Francis’ name does not directly match that of “Petrus Romanus,” he may well be fulfilling the age-old prophecy of Malachy:

Horn has said a pope of Italian descent would fulfill the prophecy, noting Bergoglio is the son of Italian parents and a Jesuit.

“Being a Jesuit is a very important aspect of our prediction in our book,” Horn told WND in an email.

He also sees significance in Bergoglio naming himself after Francis of Assisi, an Italian, or Roman, priest whose original name was Francesco di Pietro (Peter) di Bernardone, “literally, Peter the Roman.”

What’s more, in a recent interview Tom Horn tied together Malachy’s writings with the research of other Vatican scholars and theologians which indicate that, while Francis himself may not be the biblical anti-christ, he may be the world leader who introduces him, supports his ideas and helps to convince unwitting followers to put their trust in him.

Something big is coming… it does involve the war of wars… and I believe that we’re on the precipice of it right now.

I want to talk about the strategems that I believe will be used to initiate it…

It is a war between good and evil… but on the surface it might not appear to be because it’s also going to include believers against believers… and I’m talking about some of the biggest ministries in the world…

Tom Horn Full Interview with Steve Quayle on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report:

*Note: This is a 3 hour interview and worth listening to in full. For those with limited time, we suggest forwarding to about 1:03:00 into the interview where Tom Horn details his research. 

Stepping outside of Church dogma by attacking the concept of free market capitalism may soon be revealed to be a politically motivated move by the Pope with much deeper implications.

At this point, while we should not necessarily ignore Malachy’s prophecy or the Pope’s enyclical, some skepticism is certainly understandable.

Until Francis begins to put his support behind world leaders or political movements, it remains difficult, if not impossible, to confirm the Pope has ulterior motives and is, in fact, fulfillment of prophecy. However, the goings on in the world suggest that Tom Horn is on target with his assessment that something big is coming. And the fact that there are over one billion Catholics globally indicates that whatever happens will also involve the Church as well as this pope.

History proves that the Roman Catholic Church has been directly involved in confrontations since its very inception, so its involvement now would not be without precedent.

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Malachy’s “Prophecy of the Popes”

This was first posted in 2015 …

I recommend these books for your consideration:
Petrus Romanus, The Final Pope Is Here by Thomas Horn and Cris Putnum (2012, IBSN 13: 9780984825615) and A Woman Rides The Beast by Dave Hunt (1994,  ISBN 1-56507-199-9).
I want to address Malachy’s “Prophecy of the Popes.”
Malachy was born in Northern Ireland in 1094. His life is summarized in Petrus Romanus if you are interested in all the details. For this post I will just tell you that Malachy searched for opportunities to express his passion for the Catholic Church. A series of miracles and a gift of prophecy were attributed to him. People flocked to him and supported his  cause — reestablishing devotion to rituals. He was most passionate about convincing Rome to officially recognize archbishops with a pallium, a woolen cloak of authority. He accomplished his goal, but in exchange, he was required to become Papal Legate of Ireland and deal with all of its political intricacies, rather than retire and live his remaining years in seclusion, which was his heart’s desire.
As he was leaving Rome, frustrated by what had taken place there,  he had a vision — because of the impiety of the popes, Rome would burn. The prophecy is a list of Latin verses predicting each of the Roman Catholic popes from Pope Celestine II to the final pope, “Peter the Roman,” whose reign would end in the destruction of Rome. According to this prophecy, the current pope, Benedict XVI, is the last to reign before Peter the Roman is enthroned in the Vatican.
The final segment of the prophecy reads: “In extreme persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit 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. The End.”
There is a  high level of ongoing crisis within the walls of the Vatican. It has been well documented that before he was crowned the current pope, Cardinal Ratzinger was deeply entrenched in the coverup of the sexual abuse of young boys.  At this moment, there is question concerning Rome’s involvement with the International Monetary Fund. And the rituals of the Catholic Church are also in question, papal infallibility for one.
Pope Benedict has been quoted as wondering why he was elected pope and that he does not consider himself “infallible” as Catholic doctrine insists.
I would just like to remind my readers that Jesus invoked simplicity, not regal costumes and complex rituals based on the whims of men who consider themselves on the same level as — if not the replacement of — Christ, the Son of God.
The prophet Isaiah wrote:
“How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn [Lucifer]! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations. YOU SAID IN YOUR HEART, ‘I will ascend to heaven … I WILL MAKE MYSELF LIKE THE MOST HIGH.’ But you are brought down to the grave, to the depths of the pit. Those who see you stare at you, they ponder your fate.” (Isaiah 1412-16)

NOTE: Jesus is referred to as The Bright Morning Star (“I, Jesus, have sent my angel to give you this testimony for the churches. I am the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star.” — Revelation 22:16)


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