Nostradamus Warned: Pope Francis Will Abdicate the Papacy
This documentary short looks into one of Nostradamus’ predictions. Nostradamus is famous for penning several prophecies written in quatrains that have stunning accuracy to events that happened after he died. Almost all of Nostradamus’s predictions do not contain a time frame.
It is only after the event happens that the prophecy becomes clear. One of these was written about Benedict XVI, who would “flee” Rome in the December when a great comet is seen in the daytime.
This prophecy points directly to Benedict, who resigned privately to the college of cardinals in December 2012. It was around this time that astronomers began to photograph Comet ISON. Another Nostradamus prophecy appears to point to Francis, who will “change territory” when a second sun appears in the sky.
It is unclear whether Nostradamus was referring to the appearance of Planet X or Nibiru, but the prophecy is ominous nonetheless. I believe Pope Francis is moving the world toward the religion of the Antichrist, including the publication of a document called “The Joy of Love.” Though it does not change church doctrine, it does brush aside the authority of the word of God in exchange for “freedom of conscience.”
This is an exceedingly dangerous document that shows how far down Pope Francis has taken Roman Catholics. There are other prophetic works that appear to point to an abdication by Francis.
One of these is called Lord of the World, a novel about a character named Father Francis who leaves the Roman Catholic Church to join the new world religion of the Antichrist. Father Francis even leads a procession of worship of the antichrist, who is U.S. Senator Julian Felsenburgh. At the end of the second part of Lord of the World, Rome is destroyed and the new pontiff relocates to Nazareth.
Finally, Pope Francis just received the 2016 Charlemagne prize, which is given to somebody who has helped in unifying the world. Interestingly, the prize is named after the first world ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, who was given complete political and religious authority by Pope Leo III when he was crowned on Christmas day, 800 A.D.