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Len Hutsell's End-Times Trumpet Article
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A New Pope Is Elected
(Papal Prophecies — Part 2)

by Pastor/Evangelist Len Hutsell
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Amos 3:7 — "Surely the Lord God will do nothing but that He revealeth His secret unto His servants the Prophets."

Pope Francis
Fig. 1. Pope Francis (Photo Credit: www.wikipedia.org)


In last month's End-Times Trumpet I listed and showed the fulfillment of the first 39 Prophecies of a Prophetic Vision that was given to "St. Malachy" (Bishop Malachy O'Morgair) of Armagh, Ireland just outside of Rome in the year 1140, as he was on his way to Rome to see the "holy city" for himself (which "Vision" he believed was from God) which he believed was a "Revelation" of the next 112 Popes who would reign over the Catholic Church. In seeing that "vision" he wrote down 112 prophetic statements to describe the reign of the next 112 Popes and the first 111 of those prophetic statements have came to pass and were fulfilled through the reign of Pope Benedict XVI. The 112th and last Pope of the "Vision" he called by the name of "Peter The Roman". In next month's "End-Times Trumpet" I will comment on the election of the new "Pope Francis" and see how that election might pertain to the fulfillment of end-times Biblical Prophecy and how it might relate to Malachy's 112th Papal Prophecy.

Since the last of "St. Malachy's Papal Prophecies" that I listed in last month's "End-Times Trumpet" was a description of the 39th Pope of the Papal Prophecies, I will now pick up with "Prophecy #40" which was a prophecy that was fulfilled by the reign of Pope Urban V:

40) Pope Urban V (Nov. 6, 1362 — Dec. 19, 1370)
     Prophecy: "Gallus Vicecomes" ("French Viscount")
     Fulfillment: He — William de Grimoard — served as the legal Pope in Avignon, France (since the headquarters of the Papacy had been moved out of Rome to Avignon, France by a previous Pope Clement V). He was born in 1310 at the Castle of Grizac in the "French" region of Languedoc, and the prophetic word "Gallus" means "French". In 1361 he became the Abbot of the Abbey Of St. "Victor" which seems to have been foretold by the prophetic word "Vicecomes". He wanted to move the Papacy out of Avignon, France back to Rome but was opposed by Bernarbo "Visconti" (which also seemed to be foretold by the prophetic word "Vicecomes") who he excommunicated.

41) Pope Gregory XI (Jan. 5, 1371 — Mar. 28, 1378)
     Prophecy: "Novus De Virgine Forti" ("New Man From A Strong Virgin")
     Fulfillment: The headquarters of the Roman Catholic Papacy, from the time of the reign of Pope Clement V (1305-1314) through the reigns of Pope John XXII (1316-1334), Pope Benedict XII (1334-1342), Pope Clement VI (1342-1352), Pope Innocent VI (1352-1362), and Pope Urban V (1362-1370) had been located in Avignon, France, but during the reign of Pope Gregory XI it was moved back to Rome by Pope Gregory XI, who became "renewed in spirit" (the meaning of the prophetic words "New Man"), at the urging of the "strong virgin" Nun St. Catherine of Sienna. Before being elected as Pope, he — Pierre Roger (II) de Beaufort — had served as the Cardinal-Deacon of St. Maria "Nova" Church, which was foretold by the prophetic word "Novus," and the St. Maria Nova Church was named after and in honor of "Mary" the mother of Jesus who was a "Strong Virgin".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 2. Papal coat-of-arms for Anti-Pope Clement VII. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
42) Anti-Pope Clement VII (Sept. 20, 1378 — Sept. 16, 1394) He — Robert of Geneva — was elected as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) by the Catholic Cardinals of Avignon, France after the death of Pope Gregory XI in defiance of the legal Roman Pope Urban VI, who also voted to "depose" Pope Urban VI.
     Prophecy: "De Cruce Apostolica" ("Of The Apostolic Cross")
     Fulfillment: His Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Cross" on it and as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) he considered himself to be an "Apostle".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 3. Papal coat-of-arms for Anti-Pope Benedict XIII. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
43) Anti-Pope Benedict XIII (Sept. 28, 1394 — May 23, 1423) He — Pedro Martinez de Luna — was elected as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) by the Cardinals of Avignon, France in defiance of the legal Roman Pope Boniface IX.
     Prophecy: "Luna Cosmedina" ("Moon Of Cosmedin")
     Fulfillment: His actual last name was "Luna" which meant "Moon"; He was referred to as "el Papa Luna" which means "The Moon Pope"; His Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured a "Moon" on it; before becoming Pope he had been the Cardinal-Deacon of Santa Maria Church in "Cosmedin" as was foretold by the prophetic word "Cosmedina".

44) Anti-Pope Clement VIII (June 10, 1423 — July 26, 1429) He — Gil Sanchez Munoz y Carbon — was elected as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) by the Cardinals of Avignon, France in defiance of the legal Roman Pope Martin V and reigned until his resignation, at the urging of King Alfonso of Spain, to accept the legal Pope Martin V.
     Prophecy: "Schisma Barchinonicum" ("Schism Of Barcelona")
     Fulfillment: His election as "Pope" by the Cardinals of Avignon, France continued to perpetrate a "schism" in the Catholic Church between the Cardinals of Rome and the Cardinals of Avignon, as was foretold by the prophetic word "Schism"; before his election as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) he had been the "Canon Of Barcelona".

45) Pope Urban VI (Apr. 8, 1378 — Oct. 15, 1389)
     Prophecy: "De Inferno Pregnani" ("The Pregnani From Hell")
     Fulfillment: He — Bartolomeo Pregnano — reigned as the legal Pope in Rome during the reign of the competing "Anti-Pope" Clement VII of Avignon, France. His last name of "Pregnano" was foretold by the prophetic word "Pregnani"; he was born in a town called "Inferno" foretold by the prophetic word "De Inferno" which means "From Hell".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 4. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Boniface IX. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
46) Pope Boniface IX (Nov. 2, 1389 — Oct. 1, 1404)
     Prophecy: "Cubus De Mixtione" ("Cube" [Square] "Of Mixture")
     Fulfillment: He — Piero Tomacelli — reigned as the legal Pope in Rome during the competing reigns of the "Anti-Popes" Clement VII and Benedict XIII of Avignon, France. His Papal Coat- Of-Arms pictured a series of "mixed cubes" ("mixed squares").

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 5. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Innocent VII. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
47) Pope Innocent VII (Oct. 17, 1404 — Nov. 6, 1406)
     Prophecy: "De Meliore Sidere" ("Of A Better Star")
     Fulfillment: He — Cosimo de' Migliorati — reigned as the legal Pope in Rome during the competing reign of the Anti-Pope Benedict XIII of Avignon, France. His first name of "Cosimo," which means "Comet" or "Star" was foretold by the Latin prophetic word "Sidere" which means "Star"; his last name of "Migliorati" was foretold by the Latin prophetic word "Meliore" which means "Better"; his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured "A Shooting Star" or "Comet".

48) Pope Gregory XII (Nov. 30, 1406 — July 4, 1415 [resigned])
     Prophecy: "Nauta De Ponte Nigro" ("Mariner Of Black Bridge")
     Fulfillment: He — Angelo Correr — reigned as the legal Pope in Rome during the competing reign of the Anti-Pope Benedict XIII of Avignon, France, and also during the reign of another competing Anti-Pope Alexander V. He was born in Venice and also served as the Bishop Of Venice, and Venice is a city of "Mariner's"; he also served as the Bishop of Chalcice which was located on the Isle of Negropont, which was foretold by the prophetic words "Ponte Nigro" which means "Black Bridge".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 6. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope/Anti-Pope Alexander V. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
49) Pope/Anti-Pope Alexander V (June 26, 1409-May 4, 1410)
     Prophecy: "Flagellum Solis" ("Lash Of The Sun")
     Fulfillment: He — Peter Phillarges / "Peter Of Candia" — was elected as "Pope" by the Council Of Pisa who also voted to depose Pope Gregory XII and the Anti-Pope Benedict XIII. Neither Pope Gregory XII or Anti-Pope Benedict XIII accepted the verdict and labeled "Pope Alexandeer V" as an "Anti-Pope". His Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured "a Sun lashing out".

50) Anti-Pope John XXIII (1410 — 1415 [resigned])
     Prophecy: "Cervus Sirenae" ("The Stag Of The Syren")
     Fulfillment: He — Baldasarre Cossa — succeeded Anti-Pope Alexander V and reigned as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) until 1415 when he abdicated in recognition of the legal Pope Martin V. Before becoming "Pope" (Anti-Pope) he was the Cardinal-Deacon of the Church of St. Eustachius (which is foretold by the prophetic "The Stag"), which was named after a Roman General named Placidus who, while on a hunting trip, saw a vision of Christ on a Cross between the antlers of a "Stag" and converted to Christianity and changed his name to "Eustace" (Eustachius) which means "good stability" or "fruitful". He — Anti-Pope John XXIII — was born in Naples and Naples has a legendary "Syren" (half bird and half woman) ("Of The Syren") named Parthenope as it's emblem.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 7. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Martin V. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
51) Pope Martin V (Nov. 11, 1417 — Feb. 20, 1431)
     Prophecy: "Columna Veli Aurei" ("Column With A Golden Veil")
     Fulfillment: He — Odo Colonna — was elected "Pope" by the Council Of Constance who also voted to depose Anti-Pope John XXIII. The other competing Anti-Pope Benedict XIII continued to reign in Avignon, France until his death. The actual last name of Pope Martin V was "Colonna" which was foretold by the prophetic word "Columna" which meant "Column"; his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Column" on It with a "Golden" Crown on top of it; before becoming Pope he had been the Cardinal-Deacon of the Church Of San Giorgio in "Velabro," foretold by the prophetic word "Veli" and the name "Velabro" is a form of the word "vela rum derived from the Latin "velum aureum" which means "Golden Veil".

Capitoline Wolf
Fig. 8. Capitoline Wolf. Traditional scholarship says the wolf-figure is Etruscan, 5th century BC, with figures of Romulus and Remus added in the 15th century AD by Antonio Pollaiuolo. Recent studies suggest that the wolf may be a medieval sculpture dating from the 13th century AD.. (Illustration & Caption Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
52) Pope Eugene IV (Mar. 3, 1431 — Feb. 23, 1447)
     Prophecy: "Lupa Coelestina" ("Celestian She-Wolf)
     Fulfillment: He — Gabriele Condulmer — before he was elected as Pope was a member of the "Order Of The Celestines" which was foretold by the word "Celestian" and he was the Bishop of Sienna and the name "Sienna" means "She-Wolf' and the emblem of he city of Sienna is a "She-Wolf suckling the infants Romulus and Remus".

Counts of Savoy Coat of Arms Anti-Pope Felix V Coat of Arms
Fig. 9. Left: Coat of Arms of the Counts of Savoy (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org), Right: Coat of Arms of Anti-Pope Felix V. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
53) Anti-Pope Felix V (Sept. 5, 1439 — Apr. 7, 1449 [resigned])
     Prophecy: "Amator Crucis" ("Lover Of The Cross")
     Fulfillment: He — Amadeus VIII the Duke of Savoy — was elected as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) by the Council of Basil in opposition to the legal Pope Eugene IV and reigned as an Anti-Pope until his resigna¬tion. His "House Of Savoy" Coat-Of-Arms as well as his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Cross" on it.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 10. City of Sarzana coat of arms. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
54) Pope Nicholas V (Mar. 6, 1447 — Mar. 24, 1455)
     Prophecy: "De Modicitate Lunae" ("From The Littleness Of The Moon")
     Fulfillment: He — Tommaso Parentcelli — reigned as the legal Pope while Anti-Pope Felix V was also reigning. He was born in the city of Sarzana in the Diocese of "Luni" (which means "Moon") (foretold by the prophetic word "Lunae") and the city of Sarzana had a "Little Moon" on it's Coat-Of-Arms. The prophetic "from the littleness" was also a prophecy of the fact that he was "small in stature"

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 11. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Callixtus III. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
55) Pope Callixtus III (Apr. 8, 1455 — Aug. 5, 1458)
     Prophecy: "Bos Pascens" ("Ox Pasturing")
     Fulfillment: His — Alfonso de Borja — "House Of Borgia" Coat-Of-Arms pictured an "Ox Pasturing".

56) Pope Pius II (Aug. 19, 1458 — Aug. 14, 1464)
     Prophecy: "De Capra Et Albergo" ("The Secretary Of Albergato")
     Fulfillment: He — Enea Silvio Piccolomini — before becoming Pope had served as the "Secretary" to "Dominico Capranica" (foretold by the words "De Capra") and in the year 1435 served as an Emmisary for Cardinal Albergati (foretold by the words "Et Albergo").

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 12. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Paul II. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
57) Pope Paul II (Aug. 30, 1464 — July 26, 1471)
City of Cervia coat of arms
Fig. 13. City of Cervia coat of arms. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
     Prophecy: "De Carvo Et Leone" ("Of A Stag And a Lion")
     Fulfillment: His — Pietro Barbo — Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Lion" on it; before becoming Pope he had been the Bishop Of Cervia and the city of Cervia has a "Stag" on its Coat-Of-Arms.

58) Pope Sixtus IV (Aug. 9, 1471 — Aug. 12, 1484)
     Prophecy: "Piscator Minorita" ("Minorite Fisherman")
     Fulfillment: He was raised poor, the son of a "Fisherman" and had been a member of the "Minor Friars" (foretold by the word "Minorite") of the Franciscan Order before he became Pope.

59) Pope Innocent VIII (Aug. 29, 1484 — July 25, 1492)
     Prophecy: "Praecursor Sicilae" ("Forerunner From Sicily")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was "Giovanni Battista Cybo" and thus his first and second names — "Giovanni Battista" — meant "John Baptist" the same name as "John the Baptist" the "Forerunner" of Jesus Christ. Before becoming Pope he served as the Bishop of Molfetta which is in "Sicily".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 14. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Alexander VI. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
60) Pope Alexander VI (Aug. 11, 1492 — Aug. 18,1503)
     Prophecy: "Bos Albans In Portu" ("Alban Bull In The Port")
     Fulfillment: He — Rodrigo Borgia — before he became Pope served as the Cardinal-Bishop of "Albano" (which was foretold by the prophetic "Albans" or "Alban") and also served as the Cardinal-Bishop of "Porto" (which was foretold by the prophetic "Portu" which means "Port"). His Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured the Borgia family Coat-Of-Arms of a "Bull".

61) Pope Pius III (Sept. 22, 1503 — Oct. 18, 1503)
     Prophecy: "De Parvo Homine" ("Of A Little Man") Fullfillment: His — Francesco Todeschini Piccolomini — actual last name was "Piccolomini" which meant "Little Man".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 15. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Julius II. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
62) Pope Julius II (Nov. 1, 1503 — Feb. 21,1513)
     Prophecy: "Fructus Jovis Juvabit" ("Fruit Of Jupiter Will Help")
     Fulfillment: His — Guiliano della Rovere — papal name of "Julius" was foretold by the prophetic word "Jovis"; His family, as well as his Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured an "Oak Tree" by virtue of the fact that his family name of "della Rovere" meant "of an Oak Tree" and the "Oak Tree" is a tree that was considered "sacred" to the Roman "god" "Jupiter".

63) Pope Leo X (Mar. 9, 1513 — Dec. 1, 1521) He was the Pope that excommunicated the Protestant Reformer Martin Luther.
     Prophecy: "De Craticula Politana" ("Of A Politician Gridiron")
     Fulfillment: He — Giovanni di Lorenzo de Medici — was the son of one of the most important "Politicians" of the day — "Lorenzo" (which means "Lawrence") "de Medici" — who was named after "St. Lawrence of Rome" (225-258) who was martyred (put to death) by being roasted-to-death on a "Gridiron".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 16. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Adrian VI. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
64) Pope Adrian VI (Jan. 9, 1522 — Sept. 14, 1523)
     Prophecy: "Leo Florentinus" ("Lion Of Florence")
     Fulfillment: His — Adriann Florenzoon Boeyans — middle name of "Florenzoon" was foretold by the prophetic word "Florentinus" which meant "Florence"; his Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured two "Lions" on it.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 17. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Clement VII. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
65) Pope Clement VII (Nov. 19, 1523 — Sept. 25, 1534)
     Prophecy: "Flos Pilei Aegri" ("Flower Of The Balls")
     Fulfillment: His — Giulio di Giuliano de Medici — Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured six "Balls" (pills) on it with three "Flowers" in the top "Ball".

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 18. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Paul III. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
66) Pope Paul III (Oct. 13, 1534 — Nov. 10, 1549)
     Prophecy: "Hyacinthus Medicorum" ("Hyacinth Of Physicians")
     Fulfillment: He — Allessandro Farnese — before his election as Pope, had been a member of the "Circle Of Cosmo de Medici" and the name "Medici" meant "Medicine" as was foretold by the prophetic word "Medicorum"; he had also served as the Cardinal-Deacon of the "Church of St. Cosmas and St. Damien" ("Church of Santi Cosmae Damiano"), which was built in honor of and named after "St. Cosmas" and "St. Damian" who were early Christian twin brother "Physicians" who suffered martyrdom in 287 by beheading; his Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured six Fluer-de-Lis (Lilly) flowers upon it which the "Hyacinth" is a member of the "Lilly" family of flowers.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 19. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Julius III. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
67) Pope Julius III (Feb. 7, 1550 — Mar. 23, 1555)
     Prophecy: "De Corona Montana" ("Of The Mountain Crown")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was "Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte" and his last name of "Monte" (which is a form of the name "Montana")meant "Mountain"; his Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured three "Mountains" on it and two "Laurel Crowns" which were depictive of the "Mountain Crowns" of the Roman "gods" of Mt. Olympias.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 20. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Marcellus II. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
68) Pope Marcellus II (Apr. 10, 1555 — May 1, 1555)
     Prophecy: "Frumentum Floccidum" ("Hairy Grain")
     Fulfillment: His — Marcello Cervini degli Spannochi — Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured a "Hairy" Steed (Deer or Horse) with stalks of "Grain" growing up behind it.

69) Pope Paul IV (May 22, 1555 — Aug. 18, 1559)
     Prophecy: "De Fidi Petri" ("Of The Faith Of Peter")
     Fulfillment: He — Giovanni Pietro Carafa — was named after the Apostle "Peter" in that his middle name — "Pietro" — meant "Peter" as was foretold by the prophecy. The prophetic words "Of The Faith" was prophetic that he was so strong "in the faith" of Roman Catholicism that he expanded the "Inquisition" against the "heretic" Protestants, and he said "Outside the Church" (Roman Catholic Church) "there is no salvation," thereby making the Catholic Church the "means of salvation" rather then "faith in Jesus Christ" as "Savior".

70) Pope Pius IV (Dec. 25, 1559 — Dec. 9, 1565)
     Prophecy: "Aesculapii Pharmacum" ("Medicine Of Aesculapius")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was "Giovanni Angelo Medici" and the last name of "Medici" meant "Medicine," referred to by the prophetical word "Pharmacum" (from which we get our English word "Pharmacy"). The prophetic word "Aesculapii" meant "Aesculapius" who was the Roman "god" of "Medicine". Pope Pius IV, as Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Medici, was an avid student of Philosophy, "Medicine," and Law and earned the Degree Of "Doctor" (which also relates to "Medicine").

I will explain the next section of "Papal Prophecies" in next months End-Times Trumpet.

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Pastor/Evangelist Len Hutsell has written a book documenting the fulfillment of each of the Papal Prophecies (written by St. Malachy) entitled Asleep At Midnight, which sells for $25.00. It may be ordered at the address given below. He has also written a 441-page book giving a verse-by-verse analysis/explanation of the Book of Revelation called The Apocalypse Unveiled that sells for $45.00 and may also be ordered at the following address. There is no cost for shipping. Cash and checks are accepted.

Pastor/Evangelist Len Hutsell is available for "End-Times Bible Prophecy Seminars."
Contact him at: cclande@yahoo.com or telephone: 361-815-5299
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