By Leo Lyon Zagami
Almost a year ago, in the month of October 2015, I announced on Infowars to a perplexed Alex Jones, the possibility that Pope Francis would resign in July, during his planned visit to Argentina, for the bicentennial of the 1816 Argentine Declaration of Independence. However, the whole pastolar visit , and the two neighboring countries, was postponed by the Holy See until 2017. Why? The Jesuit Pope needed more time to prepare his flock for the shocking news of his departure, and the New World Order depends upon his presence during the American elections, as well as the failed coup in Turkey.
The fact that I had announced his intentions with such precision to the alternative media, may have also led his Jesuit team to change his schedule in order to avoid public scrutiny, but this does not mean he has changed his intentions to resign. In fact, Pope Francis has now openly admitted such intentions during his last address, during his 5-day visit to Poland for the World Youth Day (WYD), an event for young people organized every three (or sometimes, two) years by the Catholic Church. His revealing remarks were made as he was addressing the World Youth Day volunteers in Krakow for their hard work. The Pope recited his prepared speech, and at that point spoke off-the-cuff to his audience, touching on a number of questions, telling the young people present that he didn’t know whether he would still be around for the next World Youth Day: “I don’t know whether I will be in Panama, but I can assure you that Peter will be!” he said. And, the Pope concluded: “Peter will ask you if you have conversed with your grandparents and with elder people to acquire memory; he will ask you if you have had the courage and the audacity to live in the present; he will want to know whether you have sown seeds for the future.”
Now this declation is shocking, not only because it confirms Bergoglio’s intentions of resigning before the next World Youth Day that will take place in 2019, but it also confirms what many have been fearing all along; the arrival of Petrus Romanus “Peter the Roman” the final pope allegedly prophesied by Saint Malachy, a 12th-century Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland. As the legend goes, Malachy was summoned to Rome in 1139 by Pope Innocent II (r. 1130-43). Thus, the prophecy commenced with the Pope following Innocent II, who was Celestine II (r. 1143-44) and ends with Petrus Romanus, “who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [i.e. Rome] will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End”.
Bringing even more importance to the words of Pope Francis, is the fact that some historians and interpreters of the prophecies have always left open the possibility of unlisted popes like Pope Francis himself, between the Pope defined as “the glory of the olive”, that many have identified with Benedict XVI, and the final pope “Peter the Roman.” So let us remember the words of Pope Francis: “I don’t know whether I’ll be in Panama, but I can assure you that Peter will be!”
Source for the shocking announcement Radio Vaticana: http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2016/07/31/pope_francis_‘i_don’t_know_whether_i_will_be_in_panama’/1248405