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Malachy, Fatima, Nostradamus,
on Rome and the Papacy

   They are the three most frightening prophecies ever recorded on fate of the Catholic Church and its papacy.  The Bible tells us that God always warns His people before delivering a judgement upon sinners.  The Internet is currently focused on the 800-year old prophecy of the Irish saint, Malachy O'Morgair, who described the destruction of Rome occurring under the papacy of our current pope, Francis I.  Most people however are not aware that there are two other prophecies describing the coming destruction of Rome.  Could it be possible that Rome's destruction is now about to occur?  Hebrew prophecy can usually be verified by comparing it to multiple sources describing the very same event, and it now seems that we have two other prophetic sources that also describe the destruction of Rome.  All three of the prophecies are listed below:


  THE FIRST PROPHECY comes from an Irish Catholic saint who was the Archbishop of Armagh.  His prophecy was long ago officially approved by the Church in spite of the fact that it predicted the destruction of Rome:




    "During a final persecution of the Roman
Church sits Petrus Romanus, who will feed
his flock through many tribulations. This
accomplished, the seven-hilled city (Rome)
will be destroyed, and the Dreadful Judge
will judge His people."


                         Saint Malachy



  THE SECOND PROPHECY also comes from the Catholic Church, and was approved by Catholic Church hierarchy.  This vision, received by three young shepherd children in the town of Fatima, Portugal in 1917, includes a description of a future pope who witnesses a Vatican in ruins and littered with corpses.  This pope is killed by a group of soldiers who have apparently invaded the Vatican:




   "And we saw an immense light that is God,
something similar to how people look in a
mirror when they pass in front of it,
a bishop dressed in white (we had the
impression it was the holy father),
other bishops, priests, men and women
religious, going up a steep hill, at
the top of which was a big cross with
a rough hewn trunk, like a cork tree
with the bark. Before reaching there,
the Holy father passed through a big
city half in ruins . Half trembling,
in halting steps afflicted by pain and
sorrow, he prayed for the souls of the
corpses he passed along the way. Having
reached the top of the hill, on his knees
at the foot of the big cross, he was killed
by a group of soldiers who shot bullets
at him..."


                         Sister Lucia dos Santos



  THE THIRD PROPHECY comes from the prophet Nostradamus, who also records a quatrain describing Rome's ruin.  This quatrain from Nostradamus' book, the "Centuries," suggests that the pope makes a statement that will inflame Rome's enemies, and result in a response that involves the "ruin" of the city:




   "Oh vast Rome, thy ruin approches.
Not of thy walls, but of thy blood and
substance. The bite of thine utterings
will be such a horrible snip, the point
of the blade thrust all the way to the


                         Michel de Nostredame



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