The last pope narrative regained importance with the historical abdication of Pope Benedict XVI in February, 2013. His resignation led to the surprising election of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as the first Jesuit pope in history. It’s very unusual to have two popes living in the Vatican at the same time. What’s more, Pope Francis fits the profile of one whom many have prophesied to be the last, and who will oversee the final transformation and destruction of the Catholic Church. This book details the history of various prophecies, some of which were hidden away in the Vatican for hundreds of years, and predicts that the reign of the last pope will herald the beginning of “great apostasy” followed by “great tribulation.”
Pope Francis: The Last Pope? Money, Masons and Occultism in the Decline of the Catholic Church also explores the recent scandals within the Catholic Church and addresses questions including: What pressures decreed the end of the pontificate of Benedict XVI? What powers have an interest for the Church to end? and What is the relationship between the Vatican and the New World Order? Ideal for anyone interested in prophecies about the end of times, Pope Francis: The Last Pope? reveals the truth about the extent of Freemasonry’s influence in the Vatican and the darkness that may follow the parallel institutions, as well as fascinating investigations into the Gay Lobby, presence of Islamic prayers in the Vatican, the Jesuit agenda, the legend of the White Pope and the Black Pope, the Third Secret of Fátima, and how Benedict’s resignation may fulfill an ancient prophecy. The author substantiates his research by including secret, never before seen documents, as well as hard evidence from the heart of Freemasonry and the Holy See.
Writer and researcher Leo Lyon Zagami, known for his internet “Confessions” since 2006, is the Grand Master of the Ordo Illuminatorum Universalis, a group considered by many to be the good side of the Vatican illuminati, and what is an official association and Order now based in Florence, Italy.
This book analyzes two large surveys of clergy and lay people in the Church of England taken in 2001 and 2013. The period between the two surveys was one of turbulence and change, and the surveys offer a unique insight into how such change affected grassroots opinion on topics such as marriage, women’s ordination, sexual orientation, and the leadership of the Church. Andrew Village analyzes each topic to show how opinion varied by sex, age, education, location, ordination, and church tradition. Shifts that occurred in the period between the two surveys are then examined, and the results paint a detailed picture of how beliefs and attitudes vary across the Church and have evolved over time. This work uncovers some unforeseen but important trends that will shape the trajectory of the Church in the years ahead.
Using abundant examples from analysis of elite, mainstream news publications, Gailey details how the national press systematically advanced pro-euthanasia views and interpretations, while marginalizing or omitting pro-life perspectives and frames. The battle over legalizing passive and active euthanasia has enormous social, economic, and ethical implications. An understanding of how the news media frame or package such issues for public consumption is critical. Gailey's integrative approach combines an exploration of the major historical, ideational, and economic factors leading to the rise of the Right to Die movement, and includes in-depth analysis of the media's framing of the controversy in the two decades Karen Ann Quinlan's coma in 1975 to Dr. Jack Kevorkian's 1999 conviction.
All contributors are skeptical of claims that a large, powerful satanic conspiracy can be substantiated. Their research focuses instead on claims about Satanism and on the question of whose interests are served by such claims. Several papers consider the impact of anti-Satanism campaigns on public opinion, law enforcement and civil litigation, child protection services, and other sectors of American society.
The constructionist perspective adopted by the editors does not deny the existence of some activities by ârealâ Satanists, and two papers describe the workins of satanic groups. Whatever the basis of the claims examined and analyzed, there is growing evidence that belief in the satanic menace will have real social consequences in the years ahead.
The chapters are arranged around the major end-times themes: the rapture, the tribulation, the millennial kingdom, and the eternal state. Each chapter begins with a list of the specific events it covers, making this an extremely user-friendly chronological guide to end-times biblical prophecy.
Rhodes allows for various interpretations among Christians. Yet the sequence he describes is faithful to the biblical text, based on a literal approach to prophecy, and held by many Bible scholars.
As readers discover that they really can understand Bible prophecy, they will come to love and trust the Scriptures like never before.
Just when you thought you learned all there was to know in the first two volumes of Leo Lyon Zagami’s Confessions, the revelations are deeper and even more twisted in Volume III. Zagami pushes the boundaries once again with this unique and personal journey into the mysteries of the secretive world of the Illuminati. In the third book of his Confessions series a variety of topics of interest are explored that are always verified with documentation. Zagami gives an account of humankind’s function within the grand celestial battle between the internal controllers of Earth, and the external knowledge of a new generation of conspiracy researchers.
This is not a work of fiction, but is instead an indispensable tool when used as a manual, to finally understand topics never before disclosed to the public. From the truth on the mythical Knights Templars, and their role in events leading up to today, to the Jesuits and their Vatican espionage game, to the hunt for the Holy Grail in the heart of the Vatican. Zagami shocks once again, showing to the world for the first time the most credible candidates of the Grail mystery, with proven testimony of a now-declared Saint of the Catholic Church.
The Illuminati exist, and they create religions and influence humanity with spiritual idealogy and religious practices since the dawn of time. They have aided individuals such as Aleister Crowley and Gerald Gardner, craft the modern Witchcraft revival which hides behind a pagan image, a Satanic reality in tune with todays New Age movement. Zagami also continues what he calls “Conspiracy Reality,” a way to fight back the system of lies and deceit responsible for the rise of Satanism in the Vatican, showing in the process the magical practices of the Illuminati.