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Len Hutsell's End-Times Trumpet Article
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Joel 2:1


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"Peter The Roman" & "The Glory Of The Olive" Pope Meets Pope
(Papal Prophecies — Part 3)

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."

For the last two months, in these End-Times Trumpet articles I have been explaining the "Papal Prophecies Of St. Malachy" — prophecies that were given in a "Vision" to the Catholic Bishop Malachy O'Morgair from Armagh, Ireland on a trip that he took to Rome in the year 1140, when just outside of Rome he stopped and fell on his face to the ground and was given a "vision" that he believed was from God of all the remaining Popes — which numbered 112 — that were to reign over the Catholic Church until the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. While seeing that "Vision" he wrote down 112 statements in Latin to describe the next 112 Popes with the 112th being the Pope that would reign over the Catholic Church during the time of the Great Tribulation, at which time the Antichrist would take possession of the city of Rome and destroy the Catholic Church and the Vatican, which also correlates with the Biblical prophecy of Rev. 17:16.

The final two Popes described by Malachy was "The Glory Of The Olive " Pope who was Pope Benedict XVI and "Peter The Roman " who I believe is the current and new Pope Francis, who after the resignation/retirement of Pope Benedict XVI to become the "Emeritus Pope" and the subsequent election of Pope Francis to become the current reigning Pope, the two of them had a meeting at Castel Gandolfo, the current residence of Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, on the date of March 23, 2013:

Pope Francis and Benedict XVI Meet
Fig. 2. "Pope Francis prays with Pope Benedict after arriving at the papal summer residence in Castel Gandolfo." (Photo & Caption Credit: CNS/L’Osservatore Romano via Reuters)
Pope Francis and Benedict XVI Meet
Fig. 1. "Pope Francis embraces retired Pope Benedict XVI at the papal summer residence in Castel Gandolfo." (Photo & Caption Credit: CNS/L’Osservatore Romano via Reuters)


In the next two editions of End-Times Trumpet I will explain the "end-times" prophetic significance of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis, but for now I want to continue the explanations of the other prophecies of the "Papal Prophecies Of St. Malachy" and the Popes whose reigns fulfilled those prophecies. In last month's End-Times Trumpet I left off with Prophecy # 70, so I will pick up, this month, with Prophecy #71, the prophecy of Pope Pius V:

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 3. Bosco coat-of-arms, birthplace of Pope Pius V (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
71) Pope Pius V (Jan. 7, 1566 - May 1, 1572)
     Prophecy: "Angelus Nemorosus" ("Angel Of The Wood")
     Fulfillment: He — Antonio Michele Ghislieri — was born in Bosco in the Duchy of Milan (now called "Bosco Marengo") and the name "Bosco" means "Wood" and the Coat-Of-Arms of Bosco pictures a "wood" Tree on it, and as a boy he — Antonio Ghislieri — was a Shepherd in the "woodland" of the Ligurian Apennine Hills of Allesasdra Province in Bosco, which was originally named "Bois Nemus" and the name "Nemus" is indicated by the prophetic word "Nemorosus". At the age of 14 Antonio Ghislieri (Pope Pius V) joined the Dominican Order and took the name "Brother Michele" from the "Arch-Angel Michael" as is indicated by the prophetic word "Angelus" which means "Angel".

Papal coats-of-arms for Pope Gregory XIII Papal coats-of-arms for Pope Pius IV
Fig. 4. Papal coats-of-arms for Pope Gregory XIII (left) and Pope Pius IV (right). (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)



72) Pope Gregory XIII (May 13, 1572 - Apr. 10, 1585)
     Prophecy: "Medium Corpus Pilarum" ("Half-Body Of The Balls")
     Fulfillment: His — Ugo Boncompagni -- Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured a "Half Body" of a Dragon (the top "half) and before becoming Pope he had been made a Cardinal/Priest by Pope Pius IV whose Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured "Balls" on it.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 5. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Sixtus V. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)

73) Pope Sixtus V (May 1, 1585 - Aug. 27,1590)
     Prophecy: "Axis In Medietate Signi" ("Axis In The Middle Of The Sign")
     Fulfillment: The Papal Prophecy about him — Felice Peretti di Montalto — ("Pope Sixtus V") — was fulfilled in that his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured an "Axis" "in the middle of the rest of the'Sign'" of his Coat-Of Arms.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 6 Flag (left) and coat-of-arms (right) for Regione Calabria of Italy. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
74) Pope Urban VII (Sept. 15, 1590 - Sept. 27, 1590)
     Prophecy: "De Rure Coeli" ("Of The Dew Of Heaven")
     Fulfillment: Before becoming Pope he -- Giovanni Battista Castagna — had been the Archbishop of Rosanno in Calabria where "Manna Ash" — a sap called the "Dew Of Heaven" — is gathered from trees, as is indicated by the Coat-Of-Arms of Calabria.

75) Pope Gregory XIV (Dec. 8, 1590 - Oct. 16, 1591)
     Prophecy: "En Antiquitate Urbis" ("From The Old City")
     Fulfillment: He — Niccolo Sfondrati — before he was elected as Pope had been the Bishop of Cremona which was, indeed, an "Old City", having been established in 400 BC.

76) Pope Innocent IX (Oct. 29, 1591 - Dec. 30, 1591)
     Prophecy: "Pia Civitas In Bello" ("Pius City At War")
     Fulfillment: He — Giovanni Antonio Fascinate — before he became Pope was the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, and Jerusalem, which is called the "Holy City" is indicated by the prophetic words "Pius City", and as has nearly always been the history of Jerusalem, there was in his time "War" going on in and around the city of Jerusalem between the Jews and the Arabs (which has always been a "constant" in the area around Jerusalem).

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 7. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Clement VIII. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
77) Pope Clement VIII (Jan. 30, 1592 - Mar. 3, 1605)
     Prophecy: "Crux Romulea" ("Roman Cross")
     Fulfillment: His — Ippolito Aldobrandini — Papal Coat-Of-Arms featured an "embattled bend" known as a "Roman Cross". In his youth, he placed himself under the direction of St. Philip Neri, who took his name from the Apostle "St. Philip" who was put to death by crucifixion on a "Roman Cross".

78) Pope Leo XI (Apr. 1, 1605 - Apr. 27, 1605)
     Prophecy: "Undosus Vir" ("Surging Man")
     Fulfillment: He — Alessandro Ottaviano de Medici - before becoming Pope had been the Bishop of Palestrina and Palestrina had been founded by the legendary sea-faring hero Ulysses and it is to be noted that "Seas" have "surging" waves. Also his short reign as Pope — only 26 days — until his untimely death caused the Romans to call him the "Lightning Pope" and it is to be noted that when lightning strikes it causes electrical "surges".

79) Pope Paul V (May 29, 1605 - Jan. 28, 1621)
     Prophecy: "Gens Perversa" ("Generation Perverse")
     Fulfillment: His -- Camillo Borghese — reign as Pope was marked by "perverse" attitudes of the Catholic Bishops and Catholic Cardinals to his rulings as Pope and during his reign he also experienced "perverse" attitudes from the "generation" of secular governments that he had to deal with so that, in one case, he excommunicated the entire government of Venice and placed an "Interdict" on the entire city.

80) Pope Gregory XV (Feb. 14, 1621 - July 8, 1623)
     Prophecy: "In Tribulatoine Pads" ("In Tribulation" ["Disturbance"] "Of Peace")
     Fulfillment: When he - Allesandro Ludovisi — became Pope he inherited the "ill feelings" and "anger" of the secular governments and of the Cardinals and Bishops that had been generated against the Pope (that was "disturbing the peace" of the Papacy) by his predecessor. Also the "Thirty Year War" between the Protestants and the Catholics of Europe was raging that occurred from the years of 1618-1648, which was also "disturbing the peace" of Europe at the time that he became Pope so that he became Pope at a time of the "disturbance of peace", which fulfilled the "Papal Prophecy" about him.

Florence, Italy's Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 8. Florence, Italy's coat-of-arms, birthplace of Pope Urban VIII (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
81) Pope Urban VIII (Aug. 6, 1623 - July 29, 1644)
     Prophecy: "Lilium Et Rose" ("Lily And The Rose")
     Fulfillment: He — Maffeo Barbering — was born in the city of Florence and the Coat-Of-Arms of the city of Florence is a "Rose" colored Fluer-de-Lis which is a "Lily".

82) Pope Innocent X (Sept. 14, 1644 - Jan. 7, 1655) Coat of arms
     Prophecy: "Jucundit As Crucis" ("Joy Of The Cross")
     Fulfillment: He — Giovanni Battista Pamphili — was elected as Pope on the same day as the Catholic "Feast Of The Exaltation Of The Cross" and during his reign as Pope, thanks to his intervention, the "Thirty Year War" in Europe between the Catholics and the Protestants came to an end and a Medallion was minted in his honor with a picture of a "Cross" upon it.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 10. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Alexander VII.(Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
83) Pope Alexander VII (Apr. 18, 1655 - May 22, 1667)
     Prophecy: "Montium Custus" ("Guardian Of The Mountains")
     Fulfillment: He — Fabio Chigi — was from the town of Siena in the hills ("mountains") of Italy and as Pope he was the "Guardian" of the Catholic Church; his Papal Coat-Of-Arms pic¬tured two "Mountains" with a Star over the top of each of them as though the Stars were serving as "Gu/ardians" for the "Mountains".

84) Pope Clement IX (June 20, 1667 - Dec. 9, 1669)
     Prophecy: "Sydus Olorum" ("Constellation" ["Star"] "Of Swans")
     Fulfillment: He — Guilio Rospigliosi -- at the time of his election as Pope was occupying a room known as "The Chamber Of Swans"; According to "Teatro Araldico", a work that gives the armoral Coats-Of-Arms of the most noble families of Italy, the Coat-Of-Arms of the Rospigliosi Family was a Shield with a "Swan" on it with a "Constellation Of Stars" overhead.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 11. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Clement X. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
85) Pope Clement X (Apr. 29, 1670 - July 22, 1676)
     Prophecy: "De Flumine Magno" ("Of A Great River")
     Fulfillment: He — Emilio Bonaventura Altieri — was born in Rome which the Tiber River (which is a "great river") runs through; His actual last name was "Altieri" which is taken from the words "alto Reo" which means "Deep River"; His Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictures Stars on it which are symbolic of the Stars that make up the "Milky Way Galaxy" which is "a great river of Stars" "flowing across" the night-time sky.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 12. Papal coat-of-arms for Pope Innocent XI. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
86) Pope Innocent XI (Sept. 21, 1676-Aug. 12, 1689)
     Prophecy: "Bellus Insatiabillis" ("Insat¬iable Beasts")
     Fulfillment: His — Benedetto Odescalchi — Papal Coat-Of-Arms pictured two "insatiable beastsrvA Bird-Of-Prey, and a Lion.

87) Pope Alexander VIII (Oct. 6, 1689 - Feb. 1, 1691)
     Prophecy: "Poenitentia Gloriosa" ("Glorious Repentance")
     Fulfillment: His — Pietro Vito Ottoboni — first name — "Pietro" — was named after the Apostle "Peter" who experienced a "glorious repentance" after he "repented'' after denying Jesus three times as Jesus had foretold that he would. Also the "Gallican Church" (Catholic Church of France) had signed a "Declaration Of Gallican Liberties" during the reign of the previous Pope in which they declared their independence from the Catholic Church of Rome, but then under the reign of Pope Alexander VIII, under the leadership of King Louis XIV, they "repented" of their rebellion against the Pope and the Catholic Church of Rome, which, in Rome was considered a "glorious repentance".

88) Pope Innocent XII (July 12, 1691 - Sept. 27, 1700) Prophecy - "Rastrum In Portu" ("Rake At The Door")
     Fulfillment: His — Antonio Pignatelli del Rostello — actual last name was "Rostello" which was foretold by the prophetic word "Rastrum" which means "Rake"; the prophetic word "Portu" foretold his 2nd name of "Pignatelli"; the prophetic words "At The Door" signify the fact that he was actually chosen by a majority of the Cardinals to be the next Pope at the beginning of their Papal Conclave but it took 5 months for the Cardinals to come to a 2/3rds agreement, during which time he, essentially, was "at the door" waiting to take his position as Pope. As a "Rake" is used to clean up leaves so in his papacy he "cleaned up" a lot of the excesses in the Catholic Church.

Papal Coat-Of-Arms on a Coin
Fig. 13. Coin minted with an image of a "Garland of Flowers" surrounding Pope Clement XI's Papal Coat-Of-Arms with the words "Flores Circumdati" underneath. (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)
Urbino, Italy's Coat-Of-Arms
Fig. 14. Urbino, Italy's coat-of-arms. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
89) Pope Clement XI (Nov. 23, 1700 - Mar. 19, 1721)
     Prophecy: "Flores Circumdati"
("Surrounded By Flowers")
     Fulfillment: He — Giovanni Francesco Albani - was born in Urbino, Italy and the "Municipal Coat-Of-Arms" of Urbino, Italy was a Shield with a "Garland of Flowers" "surrounding it"; during his reign as Pope, in recognition of the fact that his papacy was fulfilling the "Papal Prophecy Of Malachy" of "Surrounded With Flowers" a coin was minted with his image on one side and his Papal-Coat-Of-Arms on the other side with a "Garland of Flowers" surrounding the Papal Coat-Of-Arms and the prophetic words "Flores Circumdati" underneath the Papal Coat-Of-Arms

90) Pope Innocent XIII (May 18, 1721 - March 7, 1724)
     Prophecy: "De Bona Religione" ("Of Good Religion")
     Fulfillment: He — Michelangelo dei Conti — was, as the Catholics would say, "Of Good Religion" in that four other Popes had come from his family heritage who were: Pope Innocent III (Lotario dei Conti de Segni) (1198-1216), Pope Gregory IX (Ugolino dei Conti de Segni) (1227-1241), Pope Alexander IV (Rinaldo Conti) (1254-1261), and Anti-Pope Clement VII (Roberto dei Conti del Genevois) (1378-1394).

91) Pope Benedict XIII (May 29, 1724 - Feb. 21, 1730)
     Prophecy: "Miles In Bello" ("Soldier At War")
     Fulfillment: He — Pietro Francesco Orsini - was named after the Apostle "Peter" in that his first name — "Pietro" — meant "Peter" and the Apostle Simon Peter, on the night that Jesus was arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane, like a "soldier at war" cut off the ear of a Temple Soldier with a sword; Pope Benedict XIII — like a "soldier at war" — battled the decadent lifestyles of the Italian Priests and Cardinals and used church money to help the poor who the "aristocratic" considered to be "brigands", so that on his tombstone, after his death, was inscribed the words: "This tomb encloses the bones of a little Friar, more then a Saint's lover, a protector of brigands".

92) Pope Clement XII (July 12, 1730 - Feb. 6, 1740)
     Prophecy: "Columna Excelsa" ("Lofty Pillar" ["Column"])
     Fulfillment: He — Lorenzo Corsini -- was from one of the "lofty" most important families of Florentine society with his mother — Isabella Strozzi — being the sister of the Duke Of Bagnuolo and his father — Bartolomeo Corsini -- being the Marque Of Casigliano, a "Pillar" of Italian society; a number of his family members had risen to "lofty" positions in the Catholic Church with a Cardinal being from their family in every generation of the previous 100 years; before being elected as Pope he had held all of the important offices in the "Roman Curia": Treasurer-General and Governor of the Castle Sant' Angelo, Cardinal, Papal Treasurer, Lawyer and Prefect of a Judicial Tribunal, Cardinal-Priest of San Pietro in Vincoli, Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati, Archbishop and Nuncio of Vienna, and was thus one of the "lofty pillars" of the Catholic Church.

Bologna, Italy's coat-of-arms.
Fig. 15. Bologna, Italy's coat-of-arms. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
93) Pope Benedict XIV (Aug. 17, 1740 - May 3, 1758)
     Prophecy: "Animal Rurale" ("Rural Animal")
     Fulfillment: He — Prospero Lorenzo Lambertini — was born in the city of Bologna which has the "rural animal" of a Lion on it's city Coat-Of-Arms; in the "deadlock" of the Papal Conclave before he was elected as Pope he is reported to have said: "If you wish to elect a Saint then choose Geti, if you wish to elect a Statesman then choose Aldrovandi, but if you wish to elect a donkey" (which is a "rural animal") "then elect me".

94) Pope Clement XIII (July 16, 1758 - Feb. 2, 1769)
     Prophecy: "RosaUmbria" ("Rose Of Umbria")
     Fulfillment: He — Carlo della Torre di Rezzonico — before he was elected as Pope had been the Governor of Rieti which is part of "Umbria" (as foretold in the prophecy) and Umbria is known for it's "Roses."

95) Pope Clement XIV (May 19, 1769 - Sept. 22, 1774)
     Prophecy: "UrsusVelox" ("Swift Bear")
     Fulfillment: His — Giovanni Vincenzo Ganganelli — family Coat-Of-Arms is reported to have pictured a "Running" ("Swift") "Bear."

Pope Pius VI's image on a Coin
Fig. 16. Coin minted with an image of Pope Pius VI and the words "Peregrinus Apostolicus" underneath. (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)
96) Pope Pius VI (Feb. 15, 1775 - Aug. 29, 1799) He died as a prisoner of an "antichrist" — Napoleon Bonaparte.
     Prophecy: "Peregrinus Apostolicus" ("Apostolic Pilgrim")
     Fulfillment: He — Giovanni Angelo Braschi — as Pope considered himself to be an "Apostle", which is indicated by the prophetic "Apos¬tolicus" which means "Apostolic". He made a "pilgrimage" as a "Pil¬grim Pope" in 1782 to Vienna to visit the Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II in a futile effort to convince the Emperor to change his mind regard¬ing a "Decree" that Emperor Joseph had made limiting the Pope to spiritual matters alone and striping him of temporal powers which result¬ed in the minting of a coin showing his picture with the prophetic words "Peregrinus Apostolicus" beneath his picture. He was taken prisoner by Napoleon Bonaparte who then moved him about as an unwilling "Pilgrim" from the Vatican to Sienna, and then to Certose near Florence and then to Parma and then to Piacenza and then to Turin and then to Grenoble to the Citadel of Valence where he died six weeks later.

Imola, Italy's coat-of-arms
Fig. 17. Imola, Italy's coat-of-arms. (Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
Tivoli's Coat of Arms and Napoleon Bonaparte's Imperial Strandard Tivoli, Italy's coat of arms Napoleon Bonaparte's Imperial Standard
Fig. 18. Tivoli's Coat-Of-Arms (left - Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org) and Napoleon Bonaparte's Imperial Standard (right - Illustration Credit: www.wikipedia.org)
97) Pope Pius VII (Mar. 21, 1800 - Aug. 20, 1823)
     Prophecy: "Aquila Rapax" ("Rapacious Eagle")
     Fulfillment: He — Barnaba Niccolo Maria Luigi Chiaramonte — in the year 1782 had served as the Bishop of Tivoli and Tivoli had an "Eagle" on it's Coat-Of-Arms, and then in the year 1785 he was made the Bishop of Imola which had a "Lion with Eagle's wings" (thus a "Rapacious Eagle") on it's Coat-Of-Arms. He signed a "Concordant" (Peace Agreement) with the "little antichrist" Napoleon Bonaparte, who was also symbolized by an "Eagle" who the enemies of Napoleon called the "Rapacious Eagle" (from Malachy's Prophecy) who later turned against the Pope and took him prisoner until Napoleon was defeated by the Allies who then freed the Pope. This foreshadowed the Pope of the "Tribulation" who will also sign a "Concordant" (Peace Agreement) with the Antichrist (as is foretold in Rev. 17:3) who will later turn against the Pope and will invade and destroy the Vatican (as is foretold in Rev. 17:16), as "St. Malachy" foretells for the final Pope -- Pope "Peter The Roman".

98) Pope Leo XII (Sept. 28, 1823 - Feb. 10, 1829)
     Prophecy: "Canis Et Coluber" ("A Dog And A Serpent")
     Fulfillment: His — Annabale Frencesco Clemente Melchiore Nicola Sermattei della Genga — 6th name of "Sermattei" (which means "Serpent") was foretold by the prophecy "A Serpent", and his 3rd name — "Clemente" — seemed to be foretold by the prophetic "Coluber" which means "Serpent". Like a "Serpent" and a "Dog" he persecuted the Jewish people (God's "Chosen People") and made them wear identifying marks to identify themselves as Jews and confined them to ghettos and ordered them to sell all their goods or have them confiscated; he forbade freedom of religion, outlawed Bible Societies, and renewed the persecution of Protestants.

99) Pope Pius VIII (Mar. 31, 1829 - Nov. 30, 1830)
     Prophecy: "Vir Religiosus" ("Religious Man")
     Fulfillment: His — Francesco Saverio Castiglione — papal name of "Pope Pius" was foretold by the prophetic title "Religious Man" in that the name "Pius" means "holy" or "religious".

100) Pope Gregory XVI (Feb. 2,1831- June 1, 1846)
     Prophecy: "De Balneis Etruriae" ("Of The Baths: ["Fountains"] "Of Etruria")
     Fulfillment: He — Bartolomeo Alberto Mauro Cappellari — before he became Pope was a member of the "Order Of The Camaldolese" which began with two monastic "houses", the 1st of which was "Campus Maldoli" and the 2nd of which was "Fonte Bueno" (which is foretold by the prophetic "Balneis") which means "Good Fountain"; he was born in Belluno which is one of 15 municipalities of the "Parco Nazionale della Dolomiti Bellunesi" and the name "Bellunesi" was fortold by the prophetic "Balneis"; as Pope he sponsored a study and excavation of the ancient "Etruscan Baths" (foretold by the prophetic "Of Etruria").

In next month's End-Times Trumpet I will continue the explanation of the "Papal Prophecies Of St. Malachy" through an explanation of the prophetic significance of the Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI.

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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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