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Lightning Strikes The Vatican When Pope Benedict XVI Resigns
(Papal Prophecies — Part 1)

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."

Lightning strikes the very apex of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican.
Fig. 1. Lightning strikes the very apex of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. (Photo Credit: Filippo Monteforte AFP/Getty Images www.mostholyfamilymonastery.com)


On the date of Feb. 11, 2013 — the same day that Pope Benedict XVI had resigned his office of active Pope, to then become the "Emeritus Pope," St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican in Rome was struck with a bolt of lightning, not once but twice! Could that have only been a coincidence or did it have prophetical meaning? I think that it is very likely that it did have prophetical meaning: a warning of the future coming destruction of the Vatican that will occur during the reign of the Antichrist, whose rise to power may be on the horizon. Since the lightning bolt that struck the Vatican struck "St. Peter's" Basilica, could this be a prophetic message from God that the next Pope will be a Pope named "Peter", who, therefore, may also become the last Pope of the Catholic Church, which, according to Catholic theology began with a "Peter" (the Apostle Peter) and will also end with a Pope named "Peter?"

My opening Scripture verse — "Surely the Lord God will do nothing but that He reveals His secret unto His servants the Prophets" — as you will see in this article (and the next 2 months), I think applies not only to the prophecies of the Apostle/Prophet John in the Book of Revelation, but also to a very accurate prophecy of a Roman Catholic Priest/Bishop named Malachy O'Morgair from Armagh, Ireland, who, in the year 1140 made a trip to Rome to see the "holy city" and the Pope — Pope Innocent II — for himself. When just outside of Rome he stopped and fell on his face and went into what he called "a trance" and claimed that he was given a "vision," which he believed was from God, of all the Popes who were going to reign from his time (in the 1100's) until the final Pope who would be reigning during the time of the "Great Tribulation" at which time the "seven-hilled city" of Rome (particularly the Vatican) would be destroyed. While seeing that "vision," Malachy wrote down, in Latin, a short prophetic statement describing each of the next 112 Popes who were to reign, with the 112th being the last. Interestingly, the first 111 of those Popes have already reigned with Pope Benedict XVI being the 111th and the new Pope who will be selected at the Papal Conclave of 2013, according to the prophecy, should be the 112th and last, during whose reign Antichrist will invade Rome and destroy the Vatican and the Papacy.

In this article I want to list the first 39 of the 112 "Papal Prophecies" and the Popes who they were prophetic of to show you how each of those prophecies were fulfilled in the lives of those Popes and we will continue with the next group next month, and in doing so we will examine the question: "Will the new Pope who will be selected in 2013 be the last Pope?" Has the Lord revealed this"secret" to the Catholic Priest/Bishop "Prophet" St. Malachy? Is he a "true Prophet" or is he a "false Prophet?":

1) Pope Celestine II (Oct. 3, 1143 - Mar. 8, 1144)
     Prophecy: "Ex Castro Tiberius" ("From A Castle On The Tiber")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was"Guido de Castillis" and the name "Castillas" means "from a castle" and he was from the Roman "Tuscany," which the Tiber Riverruns through, and thus the prophetic "on the Tiber."

2) Pope Lucius II (Mar. 12, 1144 - Feb. 15, 1145)
     Prophecy: "Inimicus Expulsis" ("Enemy Expelled")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Gherardo Caccianemici dal Orso and the first part of the name "Caccianemici" — "Cacciare" (in Latin) — means "to expel," and the 2nd part of the name — "nemici" — means "nemisis" or "enemy."

3) Pope Eugene III (Feb. 16, 1145 - May 8, 1153)
     Prophecy: "Ex Magnitudine Montis" ("From Magnificent Mountain")
     Fulfillment: His name was "Bernardo Forse Dei Paganelli" and He was born in Pisa, Italy as part of the "Paganelli de Montemagno Family," and the name "Montemagno" means "Magnificent Mountain."

4) Pope Anastasius IV (July 12, 1153 - Dec. 3, 1154)
     Prophecy: "Abbas Suburranm " ("Abbot From Suburra")
     Fulfillment: The word "Abbot" means "Priest" and he was a Cardinal/Priest before being elected as Pope and his actual name was"Corrado di Suburra" and the name "di Suburra" means "from Suburra."

5) Pope Adrian IV (Dec. 5, 1154 - Sept. 1, 1159)
     Prophecy: De Rure Albo" ("Of White Country")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Nicholas Breakspear and he was from England and England has "white" cliffs and was called, by the Romans in ancient times, "Albion," which means "White Land."

6) Anti-Pope Victor IV (1159 - Apr. 4, 1164)
He — Ottaviano de Monticello — was elected as "Pope" Victor IV (after the death of Pope Adrian IV) by a group of disgruntled Cardinals who would not accept the legal Pope Alexander III. The legal Pope Alexander III had to flee Rome because of opposition from the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarosa and "Pope" (Anti-Pope) Victor IV reigned as "Pope" in Rome instead.
     Prophecy: Ex Tetro Carcere " ("From Loathsome Prison")
     Fulfillment: Before his election as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) he was the Cardinal of "St. Nicholas Chapel" in the Tullian Prison.

7) Anti-Pope Paschal III (Apr. 20, 1164 - Sept. 20, 1168)
He — Guido de Crema — was elected as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) through the influence of the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarosa, after the death of Pope/Anti-Pope Victor IV, by the Cardinals of Rome who were still in defiance of the legal Pope Alexander III, who was still in exile, while he — Anti-Pope Paschal III — reigned as "Pope" in Rome.
     Prophecy: "Via Tramtiberina" ("Road Beyond The Tiber")
     Fulfillment: Before his election as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) he was the Cardinal of St. Mary's Cathedral in "Transtevere" (foretold by the prophetic word "Transtiberina") and St. Mary's Cathedral was on a "Road" ("Via") near the "Tiber River."

8) Anti-Pope Callistus III (Sept. 1168 - Aug. 29, 1178) He — Giovanni di Strumi — was elected "Pope" (Anti-Pope) by the Catholic Cardinals of Rome in defiance of the legal Pope Alexander III (who was still in exile) and reigned until his abdication on the date of Aug. 29, 1178, at which time the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarosa finally agreed to accept the legal Pope Alexander III.
     Prophecy: "De Pannonia Tusciae " ("From The Hungary Of Tuscia")
     Fulfillment: He was from the Nation of "Hungary" and before his election as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) he was the Abbot of the "Tuscan" Monastery at Strumi.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 2. Family coat of arms for Pope Alexander III featuring a goose guarded by a serpent. (Illustration Credit: The Last Pope: The Decline and Fall of the Church of Rome: The Prophecies of St. Malachy for the New Millennium by John Hogue)
9) Pope Alexander III (Sept. 20, 1159 - Aug. 30, 1181)
He — Rolando Bindinelli — was officially elected as Pope on the date of Sept. 20, 1159 but had to flee Rome because of opposition from a large group of the Catholic Cardinals and the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa and had to reign in exile during the reign of the three "Anti-Popes" Victor IV, Paschal III, and Callistus III (who instead reigned as "Popes" in Rome). He was finally able to return to Rome and assume his duties as Pope after the abdication of Anti-Pope Callistus III.
     Prophecy: "Ex Ansere Custode " ("From The Guardian Goose")
     Fulfillment: His family Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Goose" and a Serpent as a "Guardian" for the "Goose."

10) Pope Lucias III (Sept. 1, 1181- Nov. 25, 1185)
     Prophecy: "Lux In Ostio" ("Light At The Door")
     Fulfillment: His papal name of "Lucias" was a form of the prophetic word "Lux;" He — Ubaldo Allucingoli — was born in the Republic Of Lucca and "Lucca" is another form of the prophetic word "Lux;" as Pope he was a spiritual "light" to the Catholic people; before becoming Pope he had been the Cardinal/Bishop of "Ostia" (foretold by the prophetic word "Ostio") and Ostia is at the "mouth" (or "door") of the Tiber River.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 3. Family coat of arms for Pope Urban III featuring a sieve. (Illustration Credit: The Last Pope: The Decline and Fall of the Church of Rome: The Prophecies of St. Malachy for the New Millennium by John Hogue)
11) Pope Urban III (Dec. 1, 1185 - Oct. 20, 1187)
     Prophecy: "Sus In Cribo" ("Sow In Sieve")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Uberto Crivelli, and the name "Crivelli" means "Sieve" and his family Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Sieve;" the prophetic word "Sow" was a prophetic reference to the city of Milan where he served as Cardinal/Bishop of Milan and the emblem of Milan was the "Mangalitza Sheep-Pigs" ("Sow") which were found there when the city of Milan was founded.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 4. Family coat of arms for Pope Gregory VIII depicting two swords. (Illustration Credit: saints.sqpn.com)
12) Pope Gregory VIII (Oct. 25, 1187 - Dec. 17, 1187)
     Prophecy: "Ensis Laurentii" ("Sword Of Lawrence")
     Fulfillment: Before his election as Pope, he — Alberto di Morra - was the Cardinal of San Lorenzo Cathedral and the name "San Lorenzo" means "St. Lawrence," and his Coat-Of-Arms pictured two"swords" on it.

13) Pope Clement III (Dec. 20, 1187 - Mar. 27, 1191)
     Prophecy: "De Schola Exiet" ("From School He Will Exit")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Paulino Scolari, and the name "Scolari" means "School" and thus when he became Pope, he "exited" from the "Scolari" ("School") family to take the Papal name of Pope Clement III.

14) Pope Celestine III (Mar. 30, 1191 - Jan. 8, 1198)
     Prophecy: "De Rure Bovensi" ("Of Cattle Country")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Giacinto Bobone, and his last name of "Bobone" was foretold by the prophetic Latin word of "Bovensi," which means "Cattle" and as Pope he awarded many of his relatives pasture land for "cattle."

15) Pope Innocent III (Feb. 22, 1198 - June 16, 1216)
     Prophecy: "Comes Signatus" ("Signed Count")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Lotario dei Conti di Segni, and the name "Segni" means "Signed" and the name "Conti" means "Count."

16) Pope Honorius III (July 24, 1216 - Mar. 18, 1227)
     Prophecy: "Canonicus De Latere" ("Canon Of Lateran")
     Fulfillment: Before becoming Pope, he — Cencio Comerario — served as the "Canon" of the Church Of Santa Maria Maggiore, and as Pope he officially took possession of the "Lateran" on the date of Sept. 3, 1216.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 5. Papal coat of arms used by Pope Innocent III (1198–1216), Pope Gregory IX (1227–1241), Pope Alexander IV (1254–1261) and Innocent XIII (1721-1724). (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
17) Pope Gregory IX (Mar. 21, 1227 - Aug. 22, 1241)
     Prophecy: "Avis Ostiensis" ("Bird Of Ostia")
     Fulfillment: His Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Bird" — a checkered Eagle — on it and before becoming Pope he — Ugolino di Conti — had served as the Cardinal/Bishop of "Ostia."

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 6. Papal coat of arms for Pope Celestine IV (1241-1241) and Pope Pius VIII (1829-1830). (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
18) Pope Celestine IV (Oct. 25, 1241 - Nov. 10, 1241)
     Prophecy: "Leo Sibinus" (Sabinian Lion)
     Fulfillment: His Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Lion" on it: his actual name was Goffredo da Castiglioni and the last part of the name "Castiglioni" is the word "lioni," which means "Lion;" before becoming Pope he had been the Cardinal/Bishop of "Sabina."

19) Pope Innocent IV (June 25, 1243 - Dec. 7, 1254)
     Prophecy: "Comes Laurentius" ("Count Laurence")
     Fulfillment: He — Sinibaldo de Fieschi — was the son of Ugo Fieschi who was the "Count" of Lavagna; before being elected as Pope he was the Cardinal/Priest of San Lorenzo Cathedral in Lucina and the name "San Lorenzo" means "St. Laurence."

20) Pope Alexander IV (Dec. 12, 1254 - May 25, 1261)
     Prophecy: "Signum Ostiense" ("Sign Of Ostia")
     Fulfillment: He — Rinaldo di Jenne — was, on his mother's side, a member of the "de' Conti di Segni" ("The Counts Of Segni") family and the way the Papal Prophecy about him was fulfilled was by virtue of the fact that the family name "Segni" meant "Sign" and by virtue of the fact that before being elected as Pope, he was the Cardinal/ Bishop of "Ostia."

21) Pope Urban IV (Sept. 4, 1261 - Dec. 2, 1264)
     Prophecy: "Hierusalem Companie " ("Jerusalem Of Champaign")
     Fulfillment: He — Jacques Panteleon — was born in Troyes, "Champaign" in the Kingdom of France and before becoming Pope he was the Patriarch Of "Jerusalem."

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 7. Papal coat of arms for Pope Clement IV (Gui Faucoi le Gros, 1265-1268). (Illustration Credit: en.metapedia.org)
22) Pope Clement IV (Feb. 15, 1265 - Nov. 29, 1268)
     Prophecy: "Draco Depressus" ("Dragon Depressed")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Gui Faucoi le Gros ("Guy Foulques the Fat"). His Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Dragon" being "Depressed" by an Eagle.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 8. Family coat of arms of Pope Gregory X (Tebaldo Visconti, 1271-1276) featuring a man being devoured by a serpent. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
23) Pope Gregory X (Sept. 1, 1271 - Jan. 10, 1276)
     Prophecy: "Anguineus Vir" ("Man Of The Serpent")
     Fulfillment: He — Tebaldo Visconti — was elected as Pope at the conclusion of a Papal Conclave that ran for 3 years — the longest Papal Conclave in history. The Papal Prophecy about him was fulfilled by virtue of the fact that his family Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Man" being devoured by a "Serpent."

24) Pope Innocent V (Feb. 22, 1276 - June 22, 1276)
     Prophecy: "Concionator Callus" ("French Preacher")
     Fulfillment: He — Pierre de Tarantaise — was "French," born near Champagny-en-Vanoise in the County of Savoy in the Kingdom of Aries of the Holy Roman Empire (which is now part of "France"). He joined the Dominican Order and gained great fame as a "Preacher."

25) Pope Adrian V (July 11, 1276 - Aug. 18, 1276)
     Prophecy: "Bonus Comes" ("Good Count")
     Fulfillment: He — Onobuono de' Fieschi — was a member of the Fieschi Family who were the "Counts" of Lavagna and the 2nd part of his 1st name - "Onobuono" — is "buono" (foretold by the prophetic word "Bonus") which means "Good."

26) Pope John XXI (Sept. 20,1276 - May 20, 1277)
     Prophecy: "Piscator Tuscus" ("Tuscan Fisherman")
     Fulfillment: He — Pedro Juliao — because he was from the Iberian Peninsula of Hispania, was also known as"Peter Of Spain" because his first name — "Pedro" — meant "Peter." He was named after the Apostle "Peter" who was a "Fisherman" that Jesus called to be a "fisher of men" and before being elected as Pope he was the Cardinal/ Bishop of "Tuscurum" (foretold by the prophetic word "Tuscus").

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 9. Family coat of arms of Pope Nicholas III (Giovanni Gactano Orsini, 1277-1280) featured a rose. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
27) Pope Nicholas III (Dec. 22, 1277 - Aug. 22, 1280)
     Prophecy: "Rosa Composita " ("Composed Rose")
     Fulfillment: He — Giovanni Gaetano Orsini — was the son of Matteo Rossi and the name "Rossi" meant "Rose;" His Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Rose" on it, and Abbe Joseph Maitre said that as Pope he had a "serious" or "composed" nature.

French Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 10. Left is the "France Ancient" coat of arms used prior to 1376; Right is the "France Modern" coat of arms used after 1376. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
28) Pope Martin IV (Mar. 23, 1281 - Mar. 28, 1285)
     Prophecy: "Ex Telonio Lillacei Martini" ("From the Receipt Of Custom Of Martin Of The Lillies")
     Fulfillment: He — Simon de Brion — before being elected as Pope was the Treasurer (who collected tithe dues, and thus he "sat at the receipt of custom") and was in charge of the finances of "St. Martin of Tours" Church, as foretold by the prophetic word "Martin;" His papal name of "Pope Martin" was foretold by the prophetic word "Martini;" The prophetic words — "Of The Lillies" was a prophetic reference to the fact that he would be French (as he was from France) as the "Fleur-de-Lis" (which is a "Lilly") symbol has long been on the Coats-Of-Arms of the French Monarchs.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 11. Family coat of arms of Pope Honorius IV (Giacomo Savelli, 1285-1287) featured two lions holding a rose. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
29) Pope Honorius IV (May 20, 1285 - Apr. 3, 1287)
     Prophecy: "Ex Rosa Leonina" ("From The Lion's Rose")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Giacomo Savelli. The Papal Prophecy about him was fulfilled by virtue of the fact that his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured two "Lions" holding a "Rose."

30) Pope Nicholas IV (Feb. 22, 1288 - Apr. 4, 1292)
     Prophecy: "Picas Inter Escas" ("Woodpecker Among The Food")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Girolamo Masci. The Papal Prophecy about him was fulfilled by the facts that: He was born at Lisciano near "Ascoli" (which was foretold by the prophetic word "Escas") in the Province of "Piceno" (which was foretold by the prophetic word "Picas").

31) Pope Celestine V (July 5,1294 - Dec. 13, 1294)
     Prophecy: "Ex Eremo Celsus" ("The Lofty Hermit")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Pietro Angelerio, but was later known as Pietro de Morrone. Before being elected as Pope he lived in the "lofty" mountain Mt. Morrone as a "hermit." Since the Catholic Cardinals took over 2 years to elect the next Pope after the death of Pope Nicholas IV, he, from his "lofty" mountain retreat, living the life of a "hermit," wrote the Cardinals a letter prophesying to them that God was displeased with them taking so long to elect a new Pope. In response to that the Cardinals elected him as the new Pope. He, at first, refused and had to be persuaded to accept the election, after which he took the papal name of "Pope Celestine V," and the name "Celestine" was foretold by the prophetic word "Celsus ." After serving only 5 months he resigned his position as Pope and retreated back to his "lofty" mountain retreat to continue living as a "hermit."

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 12. Papal coat of arms for Pope Boniface VIII (Benedetto Gaetani, 1294-1303). (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
32) Pope Boniface VIII (Dec. 24, 1294 - Oct. 11, 1303)
     Prophecy: "Ex Undarum Benedictione " ("From Blessing Of The Waves")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Benedetto Gaetani, and the name "Benedetto" means "Benedict" as was foretold by the prophetic word "Benedictione," which means "Blessing." The prophetic forecast "Of The Waves" was fulfilled by the factnbsp; and the name Canonicus De Latere) wrote the Cardinals a letter prophesying to them that God was displeased with them taking so long to elect a new Pope. In response to that the Cardinals elected him as the new Pope. He, at first, refused and had to be persuaded to accept the election, after which he took the papal name of that his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured "Waves" on it.

33) Pope Benedict XI (Oct. 27, 1303 - July 7, 1304)
     Prophecy: "Concionater Patareus" ("Preacher Of Patara")
     Fulfillment: His actual name was Nicola Boccasini and he was named after "St. Nicholas" (the origin of "Santa Claus") and "St. Nicholas" was born in 270 AD in "Patara," thus the prophetic designation "Of Patara" meant that he would be named after "St. Nicholas of Patara." Before he became Pope he was the Master General of the Dominican "Order Of Preachers" (which fulfilled the prophetic designation "Preacher").

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 13. Papal coat of arms of Pope Clement V (Raymond Bertrand de Got, 1305-1314) featured 'Fessis' ('ditches'). (Illustration Credit: en.metapedia.org)
34) Pope Clement V (Nov. 14, 1305 - Apr. 20, 1314)
     Prophecy: "De Fessis Aquitanicus" ("Of Ditches Of Aquitaine")
     Fulfillment: He — Raymond Bertrand de Got — was born in Villandraut, "Aquitaine" as was foretold by the prophetic words "Of Aquitaine," and his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured "ditches" on it. Because of opposition from the Holy Roman Emperor, he moved the head¬quarters of Roman Catholic Church from Rome to Avignon, France.

35) Pope John XXII (Sept. 5, 1316 - Dec. 4, 1334)
     Prophecy: "De Sutore Osseo" ("From Shoemaker Of Osse")
     Fulfillment: Because of divided loyalties between Rome and Avignon, France the Cardinals took 2 years in their Conclave to finally elect him — Jacques Dueze ("d' Ueze") —as Pope, and the Papal Conclave that elected him was finally ordered by King Philip V of France. The Papal Prophecy about him was fulfilled by the fact that he was the son of a "Shoemaker" and his last name of "d' Ueze" ("Dueze") was similar to the prophetic word "Osse." He opposed the political policies of the Holy Roman Emperor King Louis IV of Bavaria, which prompted Emperor Louis IV to invade Rome, Italy and set up an "Anti-Pope" in opposition to him.

36) Anti-Pope Nicholas V (May 12, 1328 - July 25, 1330)
     Prophecy: "Corvus Schismaticus" ("Schismatical Crow")
     Fulfillment: "Pope" (Anti-Pope) Nicholas V (Pietro Rainalducci) was elected by an assembly of Priests and Catholic laymen through the influence of the Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV who had been "excommunicated" by the legal Pope John XXII of Avignon, France. He was born in "Corvaro" (which was foretold by the prophetic word "Corvus ," which means "Crow"). His reign as "Pope" (Anti-Pope) in Rome, in defiance to the legal Pope John XXII of Avignon, France created a "schism" in the Catholic Church as was foretold by the prophetic word "Schismaticus," which means "Schismatical."

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 14. Papal Coat Of Arms of Pope Benedict XII (Jacques Fornier, 1335-1342) featured "a white shield" like "ice." (Illustration Credit: en.metapedia.org)
37) Pope Benedict XII (Jan. 8, 1335 - Apr. 25, 1342)
     Prophecy: "FrigidusAbbas" ("Frigid Abbot")
     Fulfillment: He — Jacques Fournier — reigned as the legal Pope In Avignon, France. In the year 1311 he had been made the "Abbot" of "Fontfroide Abbey" (foretold by the prophetic word "Abbas") and "Fontfroide Abbey" was also known as "Fontis Frigidi" (foretold by the prophetic word "Frigidus") which means "Frigid" (Cold) "Abbey;" his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a white shield (like "cold ice") in the center of it.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 15. Papal coat of arms for Pope Clement VI (Pierre Roger, 1342-1352) featuring six roses. (Illustration Credit: en.metapedia.org)
38) Pope Clement VI (May 19, 1342 - Dec. 6, 1352)
     Prophecy: "Ex Rosa Atrabensis" ("Of The Rose Of Arras")
     Fulfillment: He — Pierre Roger — reigned as the legal Pope in Avignon, France. Before becoming Pope he served as the Bishop Of "Arras;" the Latin term for "Bishop Of Arras" is" Episcopas Atrabensis" (one of the prophetic words in his prophecy); His Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured six "Roses" on it.

39) Pope Innocent VI (Dec. 30, 1352 - Sept. 12, 1362)
     Prophecy: "De Montibus Pammachius" ("Of Mountains Of Pammachius")
     Fulfillment: He — Etienne Aubert — reigned as the legal Pope in Avignon, France. He was a native of the hamlet of "Les Monts-Verts" and the word "Monts" means "Mountains." The prophetic words "Of Pammachius" was prophetic of the fact that before being elected as Pope he had been the Cardinal/Priest of the "Church Of Saints John And Paul" (called the "Church Of Santi Giovani e Paolo") in Rome that had been built through the influence of Senator "Pammachius," and thus the church became known by the title of "Titulus Pammachii" (foretold by the prophetic word "Pammachius").

I will continue this explanation of the "Papal Prophecies Of St. Malachy" in next month's "End-Times Trumpet."

For a fuller explanation of the "Papal Prophecies" buy my book "Asleep At Midnight."

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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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