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Prophecy of the Popes

Back in the fall of 2012, while cruising around on youtube, I ran across what I now consider an absolute treasure. That treasure is Dr. Chuck Missler. Over time, I've also discovered a few of his associates/friends, and the one that is the center of this post is Dr. Thomas Horn.

Growing up, I was raised in a Southern Baptist Church. In later years, my step family were Catholic. Many people might think that would make for very interesting days, but it really hasn't. A difference in Christian religious doctrine was never an issue - weell, there were a few smirks... Over the years, I've read many prophecies but never did I read/hear anything about the Prophecy of the Popes until last year when I ran across this video of Dr. Horn speaking at the Strategic Perspectives Conference 2013.

[An excerpt from Wikipedia:]

According to an account put forward in 1871 by Abbé Cucherat, Malachy was summoned to Rome in 1139 by Pope Innocent 11 to receive two wool palliums for the metropolitan sees of Armagh and Cashel. While in Rome, Malachy purportedly experienced a vision of future popes, which he recorded as a sequence of cryptic phrases. This manuscript was then deposited in the Vatican Secret Archives, and forgotten about until its rediscovery in 1590, supposedly just in time for a papal conclave ongoing at the time.

Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, a contemporary biographer of Malachy who recorded the saint's alleged miracles, makes no mention of the prophecies, nor are they mentioned in any record prior to their 1595 publication.

Several historians have concluded that the prophecies are a late 16th‑century forgery.

[end of excerpt]

*The full text of the Prophecies of St. Malachy*

But are the prophecies really a forgery/fraud? Dr. Horn gives a dynamic presentation. During the first half of the video he speaks on the Prophecy of the Popes. In the second half of the video, he goes even further to discuss the Vatican Observatory that has been built in Arizona on top of Mount Graham, a mountain that is considered sacred by the San Carlos Apache Indians and who fought hard to keep the Observatory off of the Mountain.

[An excerpt from Apache Creation Folklore]

In the beginning nothing earth, no sky, no sun, no moon, only darkness was everywhere.

Suddenly from the darkness emerged a thin disc, one side yellow and the other side white, appearing suspended in midair. Within the disc sat a small bearded man, Creator, the One Who Lives Above. As if waking from a long nap, he rubbed his eyes and face with both hands.

When he looked into the endless darkness, light appeared above. He looked down and it became a sea of light. To the east, he created yellow streaks of dawn. To the west, tints of many colors appeared everywhere. There were also clouds of different colors.

Creator wiped his sweating face and rubbed his hands together, thrusting them downward. Behold! A shining cloud upon which sat a little girl.

"Stand up and tell me where are you going," said Creator. But she did not reply. He rubbed his eyes again and offered his right hand to the Girl-Without-Parents.

"Where did you come from?" she asked, grasping his hand.

"From the east where it is now light," he replied, stepping upon her cloud.

[end of excerpt]


Dr. Thomas Horn - Strategic Perspectives Conference 2013
The Secret Vatican and Alien Connection


See also:

Mount Graham Coalition

Making a Mountain into a Star Base


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