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The Popes: St. Malachy: Prophecies …



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The Popes:

St. Malachy:

Prophecies …

It will be that the second coming of Jesus Christ is near? …Supposedly in the Bible is described recent and dramatic times of humanity, such as in revelations, apocalypse …
Researching in the prophecies of St. Malachy, you would find that this ending, is close … after this holy, heavenly army appear before the eyes of human beings, ready for the final battle against the forces of evil … our planet will be the scenario of struggles through the war and fire, earthquakes and astronomical phenomena …
These events, the most terrifying in all our known history, will occur in future years … when? Only God knows … but there are signs that can give us some clue … so one of those clues, were left by St. Malachy: 1,000 years ago…
These prophecies have been fulfilled exactly, little by little, through the past years no doubt … something like an NostraDamius effect: we realize the fulfillment, when the facts are already evident, when they have already happened

The aforementioned prophecies were first published by the Benedictine Arnold Wion, as part of his writings, Lignum Vitae This happened in 1595 … then it is replicated in three subsequent editions the first work was written in Latin, the three subsequent in Italian
This was commissioned to the Dominican Gianini Geronimo, and were printed in Venice, years 1601, 1650, 1680 …

These issues were received by the people of that time, well pleased … especially for the people of the church, which is rare for me, they always “hid” this stuff, and punished the “guilty” … done this for the daughter of the Antichrist the m … Inquisition …
Even in the ancient times, already could identify the insignia attributed to the Popes, and their “base” or foundation Thus, the first Pope and his identifying badge was: “ex Tiberis Castro” … when it was found later, this logo fitted perfectly to the first Pope Celestine II, elected as such back in 1143 this pope came to this world in the castle Felicity, Citta di Castello, near the Tiber, and likewise made ​​clear in its motto Papale
In the following Popes, as Lucio II, and Eugene III, also coincided with their insignia, but were discussing that were not just according to this prophecy, saying that because St. Malachy, was still alive at this time, so they said there was nothing extraordinary, since the time being, he knew these details
Already after his death, the first fulfillment warned people of the church and the world … how was this possible? They asked … already he died, he could not know anything of these details later!

Anastasio the Papal IV began his reign in 1153, and by then, St. Malachy had five years having passed through the transition The insignia of the Pope was: Abbas Suburranus , meaning abbot of Suburra … this is adjusted perfect for this priest, who had been a canon of a neighborhood of Rome, called precisely Suburra
Thus, in this way. The currencies of various Popes, were agreeing to over the years and the priests I have it no clear yet, and I’m going to investigate, if whether it was St. Malachy himself who put these insignia or the motto to the priests, if it was in his own time to their relatives or faithful will put these names … for the next page we have this even more clear
Gregory XIV was elected pope in 1590: his motto: “ex Antiquitäten Urbis” … (ex: is Latin, translated into Spanish, “the” … in English, “from the” … the Pope came to this planet in Milan , or “old town” … would then be: Ex Antiquitäten Urbis: From the Old City … crazy, right? right …

St. Malachy

Who was this character? Of what treat their prophecies?

he Was born in Ireland in the year 1094 … from child showed great intelligence … he spent a lot of time studying, and so he was sent to the church, to study … in 1119 was ordained priest by St. Celsus, bishop of Armagh in those days …
After a while he went to England, where he continued his studies … after a while, back again to Armagh, the place in which he served as archbishop, since was left empty after the death of San Celso
The religious center in the Ireland of that time was Armagh, and from there ruled or led the diocese and St. Malachi produced reforms in the religious life …

He retired from that life in 1138, dedicated to travel in France, Scotland, England, Rome … In the latter, it is believed that he wrote his papal prophecies …

End of Part One



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