THE ROLE OF PETRUS for the Alien Savior
February 24, 2013
Last Sunday, Pope Benedict stood before a crowd of 50-thousand
people and announced:
“The time of testing is here.”
reference to the start of great tribulation reflects our previous
work, Petrus Romanus, in which we carefully detailed a prophecy by
Malachy O’Morgair, or “Saint Malachy”
as he is known to Catholics,
having to do with “the last pope.”
The Prophecy of the Popes, hidden for hundreds of years inside the
highly guarded vaults of the Vatican library contains a list of
Latin verses predicting each of the Roman Catholic popes from Pope
Celestine II to the final pope, Petrus Romanus or “Peter the Roman,”
whose reign assists the rise of Antichrist and ends in the
destruction of Rome. According to this nine-hundred-year-old
prophecy, the pope following Benedict XVI is this final pontiff.
last segment of the prophecy reads:
In the extreme persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit
Peter the Roman, who will nourish the sheep in many tribulations;
when they are finished, the City of Seven Hills will be destroyed,
and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End. [i]
While investigating this mysterious prophecy, we learned of the long
line of other Roman Catholic leaders who, down through time, also
foresaw Rome being destroyed after becoming an engine of the
A remarkable example of this was Dr. Henry Edward
Cardinal Manning, who delivered a series of lectures in 1861 under
the title, “The Present Crises of the Holy See Tested by Prophecy,”
in which he predicted a future crisis in the Roman Catholic Church
resulting in apostasy and the rise of the False Prophet and
Of the prophecy in the book of Revelation (chapter 18)
concerning the end-time destruction of Mystery Babylon, Manning
We read in the Book Apocalypse, of the city of Rome, that she said
in the pride of her heart,
“I sit as a queen, and am no widow, and
sorrow I shall not see. Therefore shall her plagues come in one day:
death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be burned with fire,
because God is strong who shall judge her.”
Some of the greatest
writers of the Church tell us that… the great City of Seven Hills…the
city of Rome will probably become apostate…and that Rome will again
be punished, for he will depart from it; and the judgment of God
will fall. [ii]
Manning continued, explaining how Catholicism’s greatest theologians
agreed with this point of view:
The apostasy of the city of Rome…and its destruction by Antichrist
may be thoughts so new to many Catholics, that I think it well to
recite the text of theologians, of greatest repute.
who writes expressly on the subject, states as the opinion of
Ribera, Gaspar Melus, Viegas, Suarez, Bellarmine, and Bosius, that
Rome shall apostatize from the faith, drive away the Vicar of
Christ, and return to its ancient paganism.
Malvenda’s words are:
But Rome itself in the last times of the world will return to its
ancient idolatry, power, and imperial greatness. It will cast out
its Pontiff, altogether apostatize from the Christian faith,
terribly persecute the Church, shed the blood of martyrs more
cruelly than ever, and will recover its former state of abundant
wealth, or even greater than it had under its first rulers.
“In the time of Antichrist, Rome shall be destroyed,
as we see openly from the thirteenth chapter of the Apocalypse;” and
again: “The woman whom thou sawest is the great city, which hath
kingdom over the kings of the earth, in which is signified Rome in
its impiety, such as it was in the time of St. John, and shall be
again at the end of the world.”
“In the time of
Antichrist, Rome shall be desolated and burnt, as we learn from the
sixteenth verse of the seventeenth chapter of the Apocalypse.”
which words the Jesuit Erbermann comments as follows:
confess with Bellarmine that the Roman people, a little before the
end of the world, will return to paganism, and drive out the Roman
Viegas, on the eighteenth chapter of the Apocalypse says:
the last age of the world, after it has apostatized from the faith,
will attain great power and splendor of wealth, and its sway will be
widely spread throughout the world, and flourish greatly.
luxury and the abundance of all things, it will worship idols, and
be steeped in all kinds of superstition, and will pay honor to false
And because of the vast effusion of the blood of martyrs which
was shed under the emperors, God will most severely and justly
avenge them, and it shall be utterly destroyed, and burned by a most
terrible and afflicting conflagration.” [iii]
With the forthcoming election of Petrus Romanus on everybody’s mind
and not yet knowing who the Final Pope that leads Rome into
destruction and great tribulation described by Catholic seers above
will actually be, we should remind readers of the 61-year old codex
we uncovered in our book
It was written by Jesuit academic
Rene Thibaut in 1958 and contains an intriguing suggestion that the
next pope will either be named ‘Pius’ or will somehow be related to
a pope of that name from the past.
Commenting on just one of the
hidden anagrams he discovered in the Prophecy of the Popes, he
“Note that this way of dividing the words to sort various
meanings is a method dear to the ancient Irish.” [iv]
example of an anagram is seen in the Latin text “Peregrinus apostolicus”
[v] which was the prophecy for the ninety-sixth pope on
the list, Pius VI.
The anagram not only reveals the papal name, it
does it twice: PeregIinUS aPostolIcUS. That’s right! The name “Pius”
is rather transparently embedded in the original Latin text twice,
which is rather astounding considering we have a published copy of
the Prophecy of the Popes dated almost two hundred years before Pius
VI was elected.
Furthermore, Thibaut argues the encrypted couplet
within “Apostolic pilgrim” signifies both Pius VI and the very next
pope Pius VII who were both forced into foreign exile (i.e.,
pilgrims). He also suggests that the repetition serves as a poetic
In other words, “Pius! Pius!” is similar to the excited
binary “Mayday, Mayday!” that sailors cry out in dire circumstances. [vi]
With this in mind, we pointed readers last year to the electrifying
visions of another pope named Pius - Pope Pius X who served as pope
from 1903 to 1914 and who saw a papal successor carrying the same
name Pius fleeing Rome over the bodies of dead priests at the onset
of the end times. Pius X is widely reported to have said:
What I have seen is terrifying! Will I be the one, or will it be a
successor? What is certain is that the Pope will leave Rome and, in
leaving the Vatican, he will have to pass over the dead bodies of
his priests! Do not tell anyone this while I am alive. [vii]
In a second vision during an audience with the Franciscan order in
1909, Pope Pius X appeared to fall into a trance.
After a few
moments, he opened his eyes and rose to his feet, announcing:
I have seen one of my successors, of the same name [a future pope
named Pius], who was fleeing over the dead bodies of his brethren.
He will take refuge in some hiding place; but after a brief respite,
he will die a cruel death.
Respect for God has disappeared from
human hearts. They wish to efface even God’s memory. This perversity
is nothing less than the beginning of the last days of the world.
The third part of
the Secret of Fátima, which was supposedly
released in total by the Vatican June 26, 2000, seems to echo the
visions of Pius X. A section of the material reads:
…before reaching there the Holy Father passed through a big city
half in ruins and half trembling with halting step, afflicted with
pain and sorrow, he prayed for the souls of the corpses he met on
his way; having reached the top of the mountain, on his knees at the
foot of the big Cross he was killed by a group of soldiers who fired
bullets and arrows at him, and in the same way there died one after
another the other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious, and
various lay people of different ranks and positions. [ix]
The conceptual framework of these visions and their validity is
volatile among many Catholics who believe Rome is complicit in an
intentional cover-up involving the true Third Secret of Fátima as
well as other suppressed Catholic foresights that are rife with
wildly different predictions concerning the future prophetic role of
the Roman Catholic Church.
Marian apparitions, visions by popes,
interpretations by cardinals of the apocalypse, and approved
mystical prophecies often stand at odds with recent Vatican
Even the “Catechism of the Catholic Church” approved
by the Church and promulgated by Pope John Paul II (released in
English in 1994, the first catechism in more than four hundred
years), which draws on the Bible, the mass, the sacraments,
traditions, teachings, and the lives of the saints, states under the
section The Church’s Ultimate Trial:
Before Christ’s second coming the Church must pass through a
final trial that will shake the faith of many believers.
persecution that accompanies her pilgrimage on earth will unveil the
mystery of iniquity in the form of a religious deception offering
men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy
from the Truth.
The supreme religious deception is that of the
Antichrist, a pseudo-messianism by which man glorifies himself in
the place of God and his Messiah who has come in the flesh.[x]
Recent Catholic priests have confirmed these visions of destroyed
apostate Rome, some pointing to the conclave and the inevitable
danger of the False Prophet rising from within the ranks of
These were also discussed in the 2012 book, Petrus
Father E. Sylvester Berry, whose book The Apocalypse of Saint John
foretold the usurpation of the papacy by a false prophet; Father
Herman Bernard Kramer, whose work The Book of Destiny painted a
terrifying scenario in which Satan enters the church and
assassinates the true pope (possibly during conclave) in order that
his false pope can rise to rule the world; as well as similar
beliefs by priests like Father John F. O’Connor, Father Alfred Kunz,
and Father Malachi Martin...
In a two-hour presentation, Father
O’Connor gave a homily titled “The Reign of the Antichrist,” in
which he described how changes within [the Roman Catholic]
institution were already at work before his death to provide for
the coming of Antichrist. [xi]
O’Connor’s worst fears have certainly been realized.
An associate of
Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI who is considered one of the
most important Catholic theologians of the twentieth century,
Hans Urs von Balthasar, wrote a provocative essay, “Casta Meretrix,”
(“Chaste Harlot”) that not only identified the Roman Catholic Church
as the Great Harlot, but embraced it:
The figure of the prostitute [forma meretricis] is so appropriate
for the Church…that it…defines the Church of the New Covenant in her
most splendid mystery of salvation.
The fact that the Synagogue left
the Holy Land to go and be among the pagans was an infidelity of
Jerusalem, the fact that “she opened her legs in every road in the
But this same movement, which brings her to all the peoples, is the
mission of the Church. She must unite and merge herself with every
people, and this new apostolic form of union cannot be avoided. [xii]
While the embrace of whoredom is astonishing, the convicting words
“Come out of her, my people, That ye be not partakers
of her sins, And that ye receive not of her plagues” (Revelation
18:4), seem to forecast such apostasy.
[i] “Prophecy of the Popes,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, last
modified, February 6, 2013, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prophecy_of_the_popes.
[ii] Thomas Horn and Cris Putnam, Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope Is
Here (Crane, MO: Defender Publishing, 2012), 79–80.
[iii] Ibid., 81–82.
[iv] Ibid., 93 (translation by Putnam).
[v] In the Wion manuscript which reads Peregin’ apostolic’ the
raised ‘ is a common scribal notation for an “us” ending. It looks
similar to a fat comma placed after the letter on the median line
represented us or os, generally at the end of the word being the
Nominative case affix of the second declension sometimes is or
simply s. The apostrophe used today originated from various marks in
sigla, hence its current use in elision, such as in the Saxon
[vi] René Thibaut, La Mystérieuse, 91.
[vii] Ketchum, The Evidence for End Time Prophecy (Bloomington, IN:
iUniverse, 2003), 81.
[viii] Ibid., 81.
[ix] “Our Lady of Fátima,” Wikipedia, endnote 34, last modified
January 24, 2012, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Lady_of_F%C3%A1tima#cite_note-33.
[x] Catechism of the Catholic Church: Second Edition, Catholic
Church (Random House Digital, Inc., 2003), 193–194.
[xi] Thomas Horn and Cris Putnam, Petrus Romanus, 442–443.
[xii] Hans Urs von Balthasar, Casta Meretrix, in Sponsa Verbi,
(Brescia: Morceliana, 1969), 267. Translated here: http://www.traditioninaction.org/ProgressivistDoc/A_043_BalthasarMeretrix.htm.
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