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Nostradamus and Pope Francis


   Will Pope Francis witness the destruction of Rome? Prophecy skeptics are always asking someone to show them a Nostradamus prediction BEFORE it happens. Well here it is! This prophecy is backed up by the Third Secret of Fatima in 1917, the St. Malachy prophecy of 1143 AD, and even Rev. William Miller's Bible prophecy of 1844. In 2013 when Pope Francis was elected to the papacy, the Saint Malachy prophecy on "Petrus Romanus," the pope predicted to witness the destruction of Rome, was the most searched subject on the Internet, but Nostradamus had also warned of the ruin of Rome in Quatrain #10-65 and told us that Rome would suffer its ruin as the result of a statement made by the Pope that would inflame Islamics and result in an attack upon the holy city.

 

     NOSTRADAMUS QUATRAIN #10-65

   Oh vast Rome, thy ruin approaches,

   Ou vaste Romme, ta ruyne s'approche,

   Not of thy walls, but of thy blood and substance;

   Non de tes murs, de ton sang substance;

   The bite of thine utterings will be such a horrible snip,

   L'aspre par lettres fera si horrible coche,

   The point of the blade thrust all the way to the handle.

   Fer poinctu mis a tous jusques au manche.

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   Quatrain #10-65: In this quatrain Nostradamus says that an inflammatory statement will be made by the Pope about Islam, that will result in a retaliatory attack upon Rome. This Nostradamus quatrain, the St. Malachy prophecy, and the Third Secret of Fatima all seem to be describing this exact same event. In this quatrain Nostradamus tells us that Rome's buildings won't be destroyed, only its people and idols.

 

   The previous Saint Malachy prophecy was published in 1143 AD by the Irish Archbishop, Malachy O'Morgair, who recorded the Prophecy of the Popes, a list of 112 future popes who would occupy the papacy from the papacy of Celestine II, to the final papacy of "Petrus Romanus," the pope who would witness the destruction of Rome. According to prophecy followers, Pope Francis I is "Pietro of Romano" (Latin: Petrus Romanus), the last pope on St. Malachy's list. When pope Francis I was first elected to the papacy he chose to be called after St. Francis "de Pietro" of Assisi and it is known that his family came out of the town of "Romano" in northern Italy.

   These two prophecies are also supported by the Third Secret of Fatima that further describes the event in great detail. The Third Fatima Secret also states that the pope will be executed by soldiers who have apparently invaded the holy city. The Ottoman Empire was the most recent enemy of Rome but the Ottomans haven't existed for many decades. Recent U.S. efforts to remove dictators in the Middle East however, have created a political void that may only be filled by a new Sunni Islamic Iyatolah who will once again possess the power to attack Rome.

   So now we have a frightening future event that was not only predicted by the biblical prophets, but occurs under the papacy of Pope Francis I, is described in a Fatima vision, and is supported by a Nostradamus quatrain that says Pope Francis will make a statement that inflames Islamics and results in a retaliatory attack upon Rome's occupants and idols.

   It is incredible however, that the United States government would be the driving force behind the resurrection of the Ottoman (Islamic) empire, and it is even more incredible that the Catholic Church is not paying any attention to its own prophecies about this coming attack upon Rome. These predictions were meant to serve as warnings about frightening future events, but the Catholic Church doesn't seem to be paying any attention to these warnings. If you want to learn more about all these prophecies, and review their similarities, please click the link below to order your book by Edward Oliver.

 

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