La mystérieuse prophétie des papes, Volume 10

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J. Vrin, 1951 - Papes - Prophéties - 117 pages

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La Mysterieuse Prophecie des Papes seems to indicate that le last Pope would be the successor of Benedict XVI.
This is one of the main interpretation in favor these days but there are others as well
When comparing this interpretation to the body of notes and handwritten pages accumulated by Sir Isaac Newton himself one cannot deny a striking similarity between their postulates.
Sir Newton concluded from his biblical-based calculations that there would be a span of 1260 years between the First and the Last Pope which he did not name.
The First Pope in his view was Leo III who crowned Charlemagne Holy Emperor on Dec. 25 800 ( the winter solstice of ancient times coinciding with the birth of Mithras the Bull-Slayer).
Adding 1260 years to the coronation date brings us to 2060 AD or Common Era. By that year the beginning of one of the roughest periods in the history of humankind would take place; dubbed the 'Canyon Period ' by eminent scholars such as the Astronomer Royal Sir M. Reeves.
However Sir Newton did not name the Last Pope and he may or may not have had a knowledge of the Prophecies des Papes.
But one cannot but marvel at the striking similarity between the prediction in the Prophecie des Papes, Sir Newton's predictions and the scientifically minded forecasts coming from the highest intellectual figures of these days.
Qui vivra verra, might have said the author of the Prophecie which is also a very interesting reading.


La finalité mystérieuse de la Prophétie des papes
Le mystérieux nombre des signalements

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