There is an evil inside the Vatican, and its going to change our world.

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There is an evil in the Vatican, an evil that is growing and shaping the Catholic world into a falsehood that will doom every soul that refuses to accept the truth and blindly follows the deception of the Anti-Christ.

Those of you who read these words will consider this the ramblings of some oddball, but if there is one thing I could beg of you it would be to read this thread with an open mind, research what I am about to post and then and only then provide your comments.


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Papacy began 13 March 2013

Ordination 13 December 1969
by Ramón José CastellanoConsecration 27 June 1992
by Antonio QuarracinoCreated Cardinal 21 February 2001
by John Paul II

Birth name Jorge Mario BergoglioBorn 17 December 1936 (age 81)
Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Papacy began 19 April 2005
Papacy ended 28 February 2013
Predecessor John Paul IISuccessor Francis
Ordination 29 June 1951
by Michael von FaulhaberConsecration 28 May 1977
by Josef StanglCreated Cardinal 27 June 1977
by Paul VI

Birth name Joseph Aloisius RatzingerBorn 16 April 1927 (age 90)
Marktl, GermanyNationality German



9 years in the difference of age between the two popes. 8 years Ratzinger was Pope for just 5 years.

Benedict XVI shocked the world when he became the first pope to resign in almost 600 years.

We were never given a real reason why Pope Benedict resigned, he is still alive today and seems to be in good health. The picture below is from 2017.

Some believe there was a power struggle and he was forced to make way for Francis, others believe there was something more sinister behind the scenes.

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What is the prophecy of St. Malachy?

St. Malachy, whose Gaelic name was Máel Máedóc, was born in Ireland in AD 1094. He became a Catholic priest and later the Archbishop of Armagh. Several miracles have been attributed to him, according to evidence investigated by the Roman Catholic Church. He was the first Irishman to be canonized by the Roman Catholic Church.

Malachy is known today for a set of prophecies, purportedly written by him in 1139, concerning the future line of Popes. His list started with his contemporary, Pope Celestine III and continued through the next 112 Popes. The last Pope would be called Petrus Romanus (“Peter the Roman”), whose reign would end with Judgment Day. Malachy’s vision of the future included a brief, cryptic description of each Pope.

According to Catholic tradition, Malachy’s prophecy remained hidden until AD 1590, when it was first published. It has been a source of conjecture and controversy ever since. The prophecy has recently come into focus again because of the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. According to Malachy’s reckoning, Pope Francis I will be the last.

Here are the final five Popes, according to Malachy:

Flos Florum (“Flower of Flowers”) – Pope Paul VI
De medietate Lunae (“Of the Half Moon”) – Pope Juan Pablo I
De Labore Solis (“From the Toil of the Sun”) – Pope John Paul II
Gloria Olivae (“The Glory of the Olive”) – Pope Benedict XVI
Petrus Romanus (“Peter the Roman”) – Pope Francis I

Some people have found “evidence” that Malachy’s prophecy is true. For example, Paul VI’s coat of arms contained fleur-de-lys, thereby associating him with flowers. Other connections between the prophecy and the Popes are more strained and hardly plausible.

The prophecy of Malachy concerning the final Pope is as follows: “In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church there will reign Peter the Roman, who will feed his flock amid many tribulations, after which the seven-hilled city will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people. The End.” According to Malachy, the final Pope will take the title “Pope Peter the Roman” or a derivative thereof. According to Catholic teaching, the apostle Peter was the first Pope, and, according to Malachy, another Peter will be the final one.

The mention of “persecution” and the destruction of Rome in Malachy’s prophecy have led some to believe that the final Pope will be the Antichrist or the False Prophet of Revelation 19:20. There are others who find a prediction of a “black Pope” in Malachy’s writings.

What is the prophecy of St. Malachy?



Pope Francis says it's better to be an atheist than a 'hypocritical Catholic'
The pontiff said it is not good enough to merely go to Mass.
Pope Francis says it's better to be an atheist than a 'hypocritical Catholic'

Pope Francis says transsexuals and gay people should be embraced by the Catholic Church
Pope Francis says transsexuals and gay people should be embraced by the Catholic Church


Despite the current pope attacking existing Catholics and embracing transexuals and gay people, he still holds a strong stance against women.

Pope Francis says women will never be Roman Catholic priests
Pope Francis says women will never be Roman Catholic priests


THE DARK SECRETS BEHIND THE POPE’S AUDIENCE HALL

The Paul VI Audience Hall (Italian: Aula Paolo VI) also known as the Hall of the Pontifical Audiences is a building in Rome named for Pope Paul VI with a seating capacity of 6,300, designed in reinforced concrete by the Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi and completed in 1971.[1] It lies partially in the Vatican City but mostly in Italy: the Italian part of the building is treated as an extraterritorial area of the Holy See and is used by the Pope as an alternative to Saint Peter's Square when conducting his Wednesday morning General Audience.[2] It is dominated by an 800-quintal (8 metric ton) bronze/copper-alloy[3] sculpture by Pericle Fazzini entitled La Resurrezione(Italian for "The Resurrection").[4][5] A smaller meeting hall, known as Synod Hall (Aula del Sinodo), is located in the building as well. This hall sits at the east end on a second floor. Paul VI Audience Hall - Wikipedia

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Have a look at the image below and compare its shape to the image of a snake beside it. Note the overall shape — wide back, narrow, rounded front, eyes in the middle, nostril at the front, and curved top.

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Inside the hall

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In the middle of the stage sits a statue of Christ rising from an atomic apocalypse. It was designed by Pericle Fazzini and put in place by 1977. Have a look at it below. Do you notice anything about Jesus’ head?

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Notice the lack of any Christian imagery in the hall, nothing.






Pope Francis reportedly denies the existence of hell. Vatican panics

The Vatican communications department has been working overtime the past few weeks. First, its chief communications secretary, Dario Vigano, resigned under pressureafter the Vatican admitted to doctoring a photo of a letter from Pope Benedict XVI to bolster Francis’s conservative credentials. Now, they’re scrambling to contextualize a remark attributed to Pope Francis by an Italian journalist at the newspaper La Repubblica that hell does not exist.

Speaking to the newspaper’s founder, journalist and atheist Eugenio Scalfari, Francis was quoted as saying of those who die in a state of mortal sin: “They are not punished. Those who repent obtain God’s forgiveness and take their place among the ranks of those who contemplate him, but those who do not repent and cannot be forgiven disappear. A hell doesn’t exist, the disappearance of sinning souls exists.”
Pope Francis reportedly denies the existence of hell. Vatican panics.




Pope Francis hailed as saviour by Syrian refugees taken in by Vatican
Refugee families taken to Vatican express gratitude to pontiff for his ‘gesture of hope’ in rescuing them from Lesbos
Pope Francis hailed as saviour by Syrian refugees taken in by Vatican



If only these homeless people were Syrian
In Rome there are 3,276 homeless people: 0.11% of the population. 48% of them (1,587) live on the street and 52% (1,689) find shelter for the night in the dorms. They are mostly men .



Italy Homelessness 2017 - WEST
 

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That Hall thing is freaky, it looks more like a worship of snakes that it does Christ or God. Of course we all know the story of Adam and Eve and the Snake (Devil)

I looked to see if o could find a image Pope John Paul in there but could find nothing, only the current pope and last one.
 

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That Hall thing is freaky, it looks more like a worship of snakes that it does Christ or God. Of course we all know the story of Adam and Eve and the Snake (Devil)

I looked to see if o could find a image Pope John Paul in there but could find nothing, only the current pope and last one.

 

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In case anyone can't be bothered going to Mass on Sunday :smilingimp:

 

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the sentiment coming out of the Vatican is bizarre. cuddling up with abortionists, warming to homosexuality, pro refugees from other religions etc.
one thing is for sure, that the Catholic church is actually not in it for the money as there is no money to be made in Christianity if you support the above.

the reference that there is no hell is deeply disturbing. so the Vatican is now going against the word of jesus Christ. what's the point of Christianity if Jesus Christ or the bible is wrong.

also like other pontiffs Francis has had accusations of cover ups of the child sex abuse against him.

from the 1960s onwards the Vatican has did nothing but cover up child abuse , promote secular liberalism and warm to other religions particularly Judaism. all negative references of the Jewish people and Judaism have being removed from the Catholic mass and the Catholic education services.

although their has being a massive media campaign originating from Hollywood portraying the church in a negative light, the policies of the Vatican in the last 50 years have destroyed the church.
the fact that Francis now is questioning the word of the bible would make one think that some thing sinister has happened within the hierarchy of the church.
 
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one world government needs to have a one world religion and Islam fits that bill perfectly with it inherent demands to submit.
 
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The inverted cross is Cross of Saint Peter - Wikipedia who was the first pope of the catholic church, any connection to satanism is just larping, francis might be an anti-pope, but i doubt hes the anti-christ.

The Catholic church is a globalist institution by definition, we are all one under one god etc...

Since vatican 2 ecumenism (trying to patch things up with other christian faiths and even none christian ones) and with the watering down of the church teachings, in particular the place jews have in killing christ and no longer actively trying to convert non catholics, its starting to look as protestant as the rest of the christian faiths.

They have a big numbers problem, once they opened the doors to the rest of the world, cucking themselves in the process, the people inside left. They have one thing in mind, keeping numbers up, and thats though mass migration, especially from south africa, and south america.
So expect francis to continue to be pro open borders.

As an aside, ive seen those pictures before, and yes they look insane, i can only imagine the architect was taking the piss.
 

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The inverted cross is Cross of Saint Peter - Wikipedia who was the first pope of the catholic church, any connection to satanism is just larping, francis might be an anti-pope, but i doubt hes the anti-christ.

The Catholic church is a globalist institution by definition, we are all one under one god etc...

Since vatican 2 ecumenism (trying to patch things up with other christian faiths and even none christian ones) and with the watering down of the church teachings, in particular the place jews have in killing christ and no longer actively trying to convert non catholics, its starting to look as protestant as the rest of the christian faiths.

They have a big numbers problem, once they opened the doors to the rest of the world, cucking themselves in the process, the people inside left. They have one thing in mind, keeping numbers up, and thats though mass migration, especially from south africa, and south america.
So expect francis to continue to be pro open borders.

As an aside, ive seen those pictures before, and yes they look insane, i can only imagine the architect was taking the piss.
but why do they support mass immigration from the Muslim world and are warming to abortion and homosexuality ?
this can't be good for numbers ?
nevermind there is sentiment coming from them that jesus Christ himself was wrong.
there was a lot of shady ongoings in the run upto Vatican 2. Mel Gibson father has details on this
 

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it's being well documented on this site that the demographics of the Christian European people's are in almost terminal decline.
the sentiment coming from the Vatican hastened this decline
 
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I think Catholic cosmology is essentially correct. But the Catholic Church has always badly struggled trying to readjust itself with the emergence of capitalism, liberalism and the nation-state. It used to be kingmaker ;now it's not and it has since struggled to hold what's left of its power, Vatican II is the big right hook that has sent it spiraling to the ground.
 
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but why do they support mass immigration from the Muslim world and are warming to abortion and homosexuality ?
this can't be good for numbers ?
nevermind there is sentiment coming from them that jesus Christ himself was wrong.
there was a lot of shady ongoings in the run upto Vatican 2. Mel Gibson father has details on this

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The Cathedral was packed yesterday for the Easter Mass - it was really encouraging. What’s noticeable though are the huge numbers of Poles, Filipinos, Keralans and Nigerians. Anglo-Irish Catholics, sadly, have largely evaporated.

 
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