Sunday, November 2, 2008

Nostradamus Prophecy: the Death of Pope John Paul I

“When the tomb of the great Roman is found,
a new Pope will be elected the following day
he will not be approved by the Senate
his blood poisoned in the sacred chalice"
(Century 3, Quatrain 65)

Much to the dismay of many Catholics, there are several quatrains that point to the death of Pope John Paul I being a murder. This pope held office for only 35 days in 1978 and died mysteriously .

A murder is once again pointed to in this quatrain. The tomb of the great Roman is St. Peter. The senate is the Cardinals of the Curia. The quatrain implies that Pope John Paul I was poisoned by being given something to drink.

“He who shall have the government of the great cloak
will be led to execution in several cases.
The twelve red ones will come to spoil the cover
beneath murder, murder is done.”
(Century 4, Quatrain 11)

The one in the great cloak is the Pope. The twelve red ones refer to the cardinals.

“Elected as Pope he will be mocked by the chosen
suddenly and unexpectedly removed, prompt and timid.
Caused to die, through too much goodness and kindness
he will fear for the guard killed on the night of his death.”
(Century 10, Quatrain 12)

In 1979 new Pope (John Paul I) had scarcely been pope for a month, when suddenly, he died. He was immediately cremated which is unusual because of the tradition of the entombment of popes within the Vatican walls. An autopsy was not performed and a cause of death not officially determined. This has created much speculation about a conspiracy to eliminate him because he was perceived as being too weak to deal with the issues of the day.

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