[extropy-chat] FWD [forteana] Re: Malachy's Prophecies; Pope John Paul II, then two before the destruction of the Holy Roman Church

Joseph Bloch jbloch at humanenhancement.com
Sat Apr 2 23:38:08 UTC 2005

According to the Vatican, the third Fatima prophecy dealt with the 
attempted assassination of JP2; 
http://archives.cnn.com/2000/WORLD/europe/05/13/pope.fatima.02/ , not 
about the "last Pope" (although it's possible there's more to it the 
Vatican didn't reveal, but one wonders how the rest of it might have 
leaked out).

The use of "son" rather than the (correct) sun on the crystalinks.com 
page is just a mistake on their part. In other pages on the subject 
(this sort of bullcrap fascinates me) they use "sun" and trace it back 
to a solar eclipse on the day JP2 was born.

(Which there apparently was, if we are to believe NASA and the official 
Vatican biography; 
http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/SEcat/SE1901-2000.html , 
, although it doesn't appear that the eclipse was visible in Cracow, but 
you know how little details like that can't get in the way of a good 


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Mike Lorrey wrote:

>Of course, these prophesies conflict with the Fatima prophesies. The
>third Fatima prophesy was that the last pope would come from across the
>sea, so this "Peter the Roma" couldn't be roman.... of course Peter the
>Roman sounds like St. Peter, who some say was not actually the apostle
>Simon Peter, but Simon Magus, a diabolical santanic magician from Syria
>who went to Rome and founded the Roman church with false testament,
>Jesus having actually left the leadership of the church to his brother
>Of course Malachai's claims also mean that Satan is now walking the
>earth, most likely. Fun fun.
>That is the problem with prophesies, though, isn't it? You don't know
>whether they are true until after they happen or not... and it is
>always easy to match vague statements like "The Labor of the Son" to a
>solar eclipse when I'll bet that 100% of the people who would believe
>it would never check whether there was actually an eclipse on that
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