Antipope Francis, the Apocalypse, the Beast, the Antichrist, and more…

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“For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?” ~ Saint Peter (1 Peter 4:17)

Antipope Francis, the Apocalypse, the Beast, the Antichrist, and more…

This is a link to our new video on the Apocalypse.

A must-see video, it covers the beasts of the Apocalypse, the kings, Antipope Francis, how and whether he fits in with these things, and many other new points about the Apocalypse, the mark of the beast, the Antichrist, and more…

VIDEO – Is the World about to End? –

Published on May 7, 2013 –



Pope Francis – Is he neither a priest nor a pope?

See: Antipope Francis (the new manifest heretic who leads the Counter Church) –

Pope Francis: The List

What Pope Francis Has Done

After his election, he came down from platform to greet the cardinal electors, rather than have them come up to his level to offer obedience.

He appeared on the loggia without the red cape. (The BBC report, unconfirmed, is that he said to his aide, “No thank you, Monsignore. You put it on instead. Carnival time is over.”)

In his greeting he referred to himself only as “bishop,” not as “pope.”

He referred to Benedict as “bishop emeritus,” not “pope emeritus.”

He appeared without the stole, only putting it on to give the blessing. He then took it off in public (!), as if he couldn’t wait to get it off.

He asked for the people’s blessing before he blessed them.

He doesn’t wear red shoes.

Or white stockings.

Or cuff links.

He rode the bus back to the residence with the cardinals rather than take the papal limousine.

When he went to Mary Major to pray, he declined the papal Mercedes and took a Volkswagen Passat.

On his way back from Mary Major, he stopped at his pre-conclave hotel to get his luggage and pay his own bill.

Though he has taken possession of the apostolic palace, he continued to receive guests at St. Martha’s House rather than the palace.

He drank Argentinian tea in public when receiving the Argentinian president – protocol is that popes are seen publicly consuming no food or drink except the Eucharist.

His first Mass with cardinals was celebrated facing the people. (Pope Benedict started this way, but then did a “reform of the reform” and celebrated at the old high altar in the

Sistine Chapel facing away from the congregation. Apparently this has been reversed.)

He doesn’t chant the prayers, he recites them – but this could be because of an impaired lung or his singing ability.

The wall of candles between celebrant and congregation, another of Pope Benedict’s “reform of the reform,” was moved away with three candles on each side of the altar.

At his inauguration Mass, photos show that the candles were originally set up across the front of the altar, but by Mass time they had been moved to the side.

The crucifix on the altar was a small one at his first Mass.

He wore his own simple miter from Argentina, not the papal miter.

He preached from the ambo without miter – rather like a simple parish priest. (The concelebrating cardinals gradually realized what was going on and had to remove the miters they had started to put on after the Gospel reading.)

He brushed aside the prepared Latin homily and preached in Italian without text.

In general, less lace.

His hands are folded during the liturgy, not the pious (some say prissy) way with palms together.

He didn’t genuflect at the Supper Narrative of the Eucharistic Prayer – is this really because of bad knees?

He asked the cardinals not to wear their red cardinals’ robes, but black.

He stood on the floor of the Clementine Hall to greet the cardinals rather than sit on the throne on the platform.

He called them “brother cardinals” rather than “Lord cardinals.”

He bent to kiss the ring of a cardinal who kissed his ring.

At his meeting with over 5,000 journalists, after Archbishop Celli introduced him, he got up to walk over to him (popes don’t do that) and thanked him.

He didn’t bless the journalists like popes do, since not all of them are Catholic or believers. Instead he prayed for them in silence, then simply said “God bless you.”

After the meeting with journalists, he waved away the papal limousine and walked to the Vatican residence.

When he saw the papal apartments he said, “There’s room for 300 people here. I don’t need all this space.” He has yet to move into the apartments, and some wonder whether he will.

At Mass Sunday at the Vatican parish Sunday morning, he gave the Kiss of Peace to the deacons and Master of Ceremonies, not just the concelebrants. This is breaking the rules – but perhaps also a nice show of support for MC Marini, who must be reeling from all the sudden changes.

The deacon didn’t kneel before Pope Francis for the blessing before the gospel (as they did for John Paul II and Benedict XVI).

He doesn’t wear the dalmatic. Pope Benedict revived the practice, not foreseen in the reformed liturgical books, of wearing this deacon’s vestment under his papal vestments.

He doesn’t distribute Communion as the missal foresees of the celebrant, but is seated while others do so.

He listened to the words of the Patriarch of Constantinople seated on an armchair rather than the throne that is customarily used in the Clementine Hall. When he thanked Bartholomew I, he called him “my brother Andrew.”

He has simplified his coat of arms, keeping the miter rather than tiara (as Benedict also did) but removing the pallium from it.

He is wearing a second-hand pallium.

He has chosen a simple ring, re-using a ring once made for Paul VI’s secretary.

Pope Benedict recently began wearing a fanon under the pallium for big feasts, but Francis did not wear it as the inauguration Mass.

He undid Pope Benedict’s decision that all the cardinals would come up to pay obedience to the Pope at his inauguration, and decided that six representatives would be enough.

Rather than being seated while they came up to pay him obedience, he stood and greeted them informally.

Contrary to protocol, he has given a phone call to the Jesuit superior general, the people holding a prayer vigil outside the Buenos Aires cathedral, and the guy in Argentina who sold him his daily paper (to cancel his delivery).

When he met the Jesuit general, he apologized for not keeping protocol and insisted on being treated like any other Jesuit with the “tu” informal address, rather than “Your Holiness” or “Holy Father.”

He is not celebrating Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper in St. Peter’s Basilica (he hasn’t yet taken possession of his cathedral, John Lateran), but in a juvenile prison.

He celebrated an unannounced Mass at St. Martha’s with hotel workers, Vatican gardeners, and people who clean St. Peter’s square. He showed up before Mass and sat in the back row to pray a bit.

In his official photograph, he signs his name simply “Franciscus” without “PP” (“pontifex pontificum”) used by previous popes.

Source: Pope Francis: The List (What Pope Francis Has Done) –

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Pope Francis, the pontiff of firsts, breaks with tradition –

Why Pope Francis Doesn’t Give Communion –

The papal bill Pope Francis insisted on paying himself… before catching the bus home after winning the election –

Pope Francis continued his gleeful abandonment of tradition by washing the feet of a young Muslim woman –

Pope Francis eschews tradition with silver ring –

Pope Francis’ first moves hint at break with past

“Minutes after the election result was declared in the Sistine Chapel, a Vatican official called the Master of Ceremonies offered to the new Pope the traditional papal red cape trimmed with ermine that his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI gladly wore on ceremonial occasions.

“No thank you, Monsignore,” Pope Francis is reported to have replied. “You put it on instead. Carnival time is over!”

It was just one small sign out of many this week that as Massimo Franco, one of Italy’s shrewdest political editorial writers, commented in the Corriere Della Sera, “the era of the Pope-King and of the Vatican court is over”.

You only had to look at the shocked faces of many of the courtiers when they suddenly realised the significance of what had happened and understood that it really was over.”

Pope Francis’ first moves hint at break with past –

7 fascinating things we’ve learned about Pope Francis

He sees himself as a bishop, not a king

One of the things that might prevent the new pope from rejecting “the pomp and ceremony that surrounds his 2,000-year-old office” is the name he inherited, says Peter Stanford in Britain’s The Guardian: “His full title is ‘bishop of Rome, vicar of Jesus Christ, successor of St Peter, prince of the apostles, supreme pontiff of the universal church, patriarch of the west, primate of Italy, archbishop and metropolitan of the Roman province, sovereign of the state of Vatican City.'” That’s a mouthful when “you are busy telling people you are at their service.”

He still goes by “Bergoglio” to his closest friends, says the AP’s Winfield, and signs his official correspondence “Francis.” When it comes to how he sees his papacy, perhaps the biggest titular clue came when he was announced to the world as pope and said his fellow cardinals had given “Rome a bishop.” As it turns out, “bishop of Rome is the title he has emphasized repeatedly ever since — not vicar of Christ, or any of his other official titles.”

7 fascinating things we’ve learned about Pope Francis –


Pope Francis - Hidden Hand

Pope Francis and the Masonic Hidden Hand –

The Darkness Draws Nearer – Part Two –

Fr. Malachi Martin’s accusations –


“Referring to the situation of the Church today, the Holy Father says he has the feeling that “from some fissure the smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God.” There is doubt, uncertainty, problems, restlessness, dissatisfaction, confrontation.”

“Riferendosi alla situazione della Chiesa di oggi, il Santo Padre afferma di avere la sensazione che da qualche fessura sia entrato il fumo di Satana nel tempio di Dio. C’è il dubbio, l’incertezza, la problematica, l’inquietudine, l’insoddisfazione, il confronto.”


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AUDIO – Forward Boldly: Guest Randy Engel: The Homosexualist Collective in the Catholic Church –

BOOK – THE RITE OF SODOMY – Homosexuality and the Roman Catholic Church Author: Randy Engel –

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Download .pdf – THE RITE OF SODOMY (Vol. 2) – Homosexuality and the Roman Catholic Church Author: Randy Engel –

ARTICLE – The Story of Most Holy Redeemer Church: Life and Death in a ‘Gay’ Parish, by Randy Engel –

“Papal resignation linked to inquiry into ‘Vatican gay officials’, says paper – Pope’s staff decline to confirm or deny La Repubblica claims linking ‘Vatileaks’ affair and discovery of ‘blackmailed gay clergy’” –

AUDIO – “Michael Hoffman – Hour 1 – Abdication of the Pope & Usury in Christendom” –

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8 Responses to Antipope Francis, the Apocalypse, the Beast, the Antichrist, and more…

  1. CELVIDRAV says:

    Pope Francis has shown to be simple. His ‘unusual’ acts are done for a portryal of simplicity (and acknowledgement as for the washing of a Muslim woman’s feet). They are, however, rather different. The fact that they are rule-breaking is somehow alarming but to call Pope Francis ‘Antipope’ is exaggerating. I am nearly convinced by this article but I still remain sceptical about this. Perhaps cite more proofs and make them more believable. Thank you!

  2. You’re welcome. I can agree with you on this. I’m not convinced myself, but there does seem to be a lot of evidence for it. Like you, I’m continuing the study the matter.

  3. Regina says:

    I can speak of a personal point of view. I have been away from the Church for many years, but since the very day of his election, strangely I have been “called” to prayer again the whole round-up of Catholic prayers (and this is still a source of bafflement to me, especially because I became a Buddhist some 10 years ago). Other very strange things have happens to me internally and soon some weird episodes worldwide started to happen – especially regarding inner transformations of common individuals. Not in the headlines, but it is happening all around the world. The more rigid your concepts, the more it will take to change, but even the “hardcore” religious people are being shaken.
    I am always challenged by what I cannot explain, so I am trying to make sense of all this. There is a major mystery here.
    My conclusions up to this moment are as follows:
    1-Two lightenings have hit the Vatican, not one. I see this as a very powerful signal that some battle is being fought.
    2-It seems to me that the one who was expecting to be chosen in the Conclave was Tarcisio Bertone – whose full name is Tarcisio Pietro (Peter) Bertone, and he was born in a place called “Romano” – more than this to fullfill the sinister Malachy prophecy, impossible. And THAT would be the disgrace – Bertone is nothing but a politician who wishes more than anything to hold a position that brought nothing but pain to the world.
    3-It also seems to me that the prayers of millions of devouts of Mary worldwide asking for mercy have been heard – and maybe God himself or Jesus himself gave a “last chance” by allowing a kind of “coup d’etat” and allowing the election of someone who seems to be truly inspired by Francis of Assissi. It looks a lot like a miracle in the last minute – and the TWO lightenings seem to point that we have been put in that moment when anything can happen, and the decision between Justice and Mercy will be done depending on how this “last chance” is accepted.
    4-At the very moment of the announcement, one of the first thing this Pope has been asking is “pray for me”. He is requesting in fact for protection through the support of the flock. The only thing that this can mean is that he knows he has a mission that will be rough, very very difficult.
    5-People speak of the Jesuit conspiracy, Jesuit evil and so much of Jesuit disgraces, but this is not the truth in many instances. Jesuits are SOLDIERS, and to fulfill their mission, they will do whatever it takes. They have been expelled from several countries due to their refusal of compliance with corruption. They stay side by side with the ones they commited to protect. The movie “The Mission”, with Robert de Niro, is schockingly graphic on that, and shows a true historic episode…in South America (by coincidence or not). If Francis has received a mission “from above”, he will do it.
    6-It seems to me finally that Francis has the qualifications and resources to either rescue everybody or be the one who will bury the whole thing…and he will be only the executioner of what Christians and people of good will, whatever faith they come from, will deliver to him, either in prayers or deeds.
    7-It is a bit scary. I don’t think he will be opening the door to the devil, but that he is the one chosen to implement what WE decide…and, after meditating a lot, this seems to me very much like the Final Judgement. Francis is the visible instrument, the one who started the harvesting.
    8-Finally, there is the prophecy of St. Francis of Assisi himself, which says: “In the final days, Jesus won’t send a pastor but a destroyer”. Pope Francis is here to destroy something …and I think he came to destroy the Evil that has permeated everything by destroying it inside each person.
    I think this is the end-game moment. We just have to be aware, and see.

    • Anonymous says:

      AMEN. Thank you a ton Regina for your VERY well documented reply to this hater/baiter of the Catholic Church.As a young person years back I’ve had a sect of this sort come WITNESSING to me about the end times (which was to have been 1974 !) That’s just another of their prophesies gone haywire. The harlot in the Revelation is the Church/Papacy et al. Thank YOU HOLY SPIRIT for after all of their efforts to wean me away from the Faith of Our Fathers,I ended up a more devout Catholic than before that.GOD keep you safe Regina as our Church is richer for faithful like you.

  4. here is the AntiChrist which the Blessed Virgin said…. Rome is the Seat of the AntiChrist since 1958, and we are without Priests/Bishops who offer the True Latin mass with JURISDICTION from a true Pope ( so pray at home and pray alone for the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Thus the true restoration of the Catholic Church will begin. It will be done but too too late. Avoid everything post 1958 including schismatic groups that offer the latin mass without Jurisdiction.. deception.. end times… the end… day of wrath.. Judgement.

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  7. Alex Ruhls says:

    “Vicar” means Anti. The Greek vice-president is anti-proedrus. Anti-Christ is Vice Christ or Vicar of Christ. They shamelessly admit it!

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