Monday, January 5, 2015

Malachy, Nostradamus and Ecumenism

Date: Tue, 5 Jan 2010 18:23:58 -0500
Something I wrote 5 years ago - Thought I would add it to my BLOG today



Malachy, Nostradamus and Ecumenism

We all know about the 2012 Mayan prophecy but little has been said about good old St. Malachy. He was the Archbishop of Armagh, Northern Ireland to whom were attributed several miracles and a vision identifying the last 112 Popes. He was baptized Máel Máedóc (a name which has been anglicized to Malachy) and was canonized by Pope Clement III on July 6, 1199. We happen to be on Pope 111.

There is an odd coincidence with Máedóc’s name as it closely resembles the name of the god Marduk. Marduk (in Sumerian meaning Solar Calf) was the Babylonian name of a late-generation god from ancient Mesopotamia and patron deity of the city of Babylon.

The Anunnaki appear in the Babylonian creation myth, Enuma Elish. In the late version magnifying Marduk, after the creation of mankind, Marduk divides the Anunnaki and assigns them to their proper stations, three hundred in heaven and three hundred on the earth. In gratitude, the Anunnaki, the "Great Gods", built Esagila, the splendid: "They raised high the head of Esagila equaling Apsu. Having built a stage-tower as high as Apsu, they set up in it an abode for Marduk, Enlil, Ea." Then they built their own shrines.
Lore has it that adjacent to Nibiru exists another planet occupied by the Annunaki (i.e. the Gods of old). Nibiru is the mysterious planet planning a flyby the Earth on December 21, 2012. Could there be a connection with Malachy, Marduk and the Anunnaki?
Let us explore Nostradamus. Even he makes reference to Malachy and identifies the last Pope (Petrus Romanus) in the following three quatrains:
Not from Spain but from ancient France,
Will be elected for the trembling ship [the bark of Peter],
He will make a promise to the enemy,
Who will cause great plague during his reign.

...[he] will be elected for the trembling ship [the bark of Peter],
He will make a promise to the enemy,
Who will cause great plague during his reign.

After the [Holy] See kept for seventeen years,
Five completed terms will exchange within [the Vatican]:
Then one will be elected at the same time,
Who will not be too conforming to the Romans.

We must now look at ecumenism as a possible movement in identifying Petrus Romanus. This last Pope was born in a region that once belonged to ancient France – this area once included modern Germanic territory. Why is this so important? Well, Cardinal Walter Kasper is of Germanic origin and is also the head of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity – Christian and inter-faith harmony. What makes Cardinal Kasper very unique is that he was born on March 5, 1933. This is a critical date for Germany and the world.

The German federal election, March 1933 in the Weimar Republic was held on 5 March 1933, and was the last election to be held in Germany before World War II. Thanks to the success of the Nazi Party and its allies in the poll, its leader and Chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler, was able to pass the Enabling Act, which effectively gave him the power of a dictator.
It could be argued that Cardinal Kasper will sit in the last Papal Conclave and emerge as Petrus Romanus – the last Pope. In his current role he appears hesitant in accepting other Christian denominations on mass but one must also consider that he chairs a council that looks to repatriate all Christians back to Rome. Accepting all non-Catholic Christians back to Rome will be the turning point for the Church. It has managed to sustain an almost 2,000 year history with entrenched rules and formality. Ecumenical reform will mean the introduction of new thoughts and ideas and the eventual dilution of the conservative Church of Rome. It may foster rogue dissention within the Church and it must always be on guard from Masonic intrusion – they hide well within the Church of England.
Thoughts to ponder as 2012 creeps upon us and the USA goes bankrupt,
Joseph Pede


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