Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Something else to worry about...

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The headline should be, "THE END OF THE WORLD IS COMING!" or something like that. Here's the link with its original headline:The gist of the article is that, in 1142 AD, a saint named St. Malachy made a prophecy about the popes to come. According to this prophecy there are only two popes left before, "the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the formidable Judge will judge the people."

The interesting part about the article, assuming it is accurate, is that Pope John Paul II was listed by St. Malachy as "De Labore Solis" (Of the Solar Eclipse, or From the Toil of the Sun). On the day that John Paul II was born, there was a solar eclipse. CNN reported today that there will be another solar eclipse on the day of his funeral:Personally, I am still amazed by the fact that the Pope had a feeding tube inserted a day or so before Shiavo died.

Comments:
They should have followed church doctrine. Hooked him up to a heart-lung machine for as long as possible.
 
I originally saw this one on HowStuffWorks...

Coincidence?
 
>I originally saw this one on HowStuffWorks...

>Coincidence?

Probably not. Mr. Brain created HSW.
 
So was John Paul II the 2nd of the two popes?
I've never heard of this. I'm curious - The Great Red Lion
 
Quote: ... Pope John Paul II was listed by St. Malachy as "De Labore Solis"

Question: Was the name "John Paul II" specifically cited in the original 'St. Malachy' text? -- blzbob
 
The worring thing about this is that the secret code of the bible, that Michael Drosnin discovered using a computer, predicts the end of the world in 2012 caused by a comet impact.

Nostradamus also predicts it around 2012, mayan calendar finishes in 2012. And we do not expect to have more than one pope until 2012.

Funny or maybe a worring coincidence. We will see in 7 years.

Watch the sky! And buy a ticket to the moon before is too late!
Greetings!

Duff ;¬)
 
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