With the announcement of the retirement of Pope Benedict XVI, speculation about the name of the next pope of course draws attention to the following information from the Henoch Prophecies:

“After the turn of the millennium, the papacy will exist only a short period. Pope John Paul II is the third from last in this position. After him, only one additional pontificate will follow. Then a Pontifex Maximus follows who will be known as Petrus Romanus. Under his religious rule, the end of the Catholic Church will come, a total collapse becoming inevitable. That will be the beginning of the worst catastrophe that will ever have befallen the human beings and the Earth. Many Catholic clerics, priests, bishops, cardinals and many others will be killed and their blood will flow in streams. But also the reformed version of Christianity will become just as infinitely small, as does Catholicism.”

This information was published in 1987 by Billy Meier  (and has been online since at least 2006).  Of course questions may arise such as, could there be a very brief interim pope, will the Vatican avoid naming him Peter at all costs, especially since they are very well aware of just who Billy Meier is, etc.?

But should he be named Peter/Petrus Romanus, and should Meier’s prophecy be referred to, be ready for the usual…”anybody could have said that back in 1987…” from the skeptics.

We should know the answers very soon…as the time fulfills.

 

For more information please also read this article.

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