Friday, December 16, 2016

Catholic Prophecy of "Four Cardinals"

Please take the 19th century German stigmatist Helen Wallraff's prophecy and the other prophecies as well as the interpretations of them with a grain of salt.

Some who have read the prophecies posted below jump to the conclusion that Pope Francis is a anti-pope.

Remember what the great saint and mystic St. John of the Cross said:

Revelation and reason are better guides to truth than visions.

These prophecies are not infallible Church doctrines such as those that state unrepentant persons in mortal sin can't receive Holy Communion or repentance is required to receive God's mercy.

Sadly, these doctrines appear to possibly not be the personal beliefs of the current Pope.

It is possible that Francis has "allowed himself to be confused and mislead" by his advisers as the Catholic Encyclopedia said of Pope Honorius who was condemned for teaching heresy by a General Council and two Popes after his death.

But, Pope Francis is the Pope for better or worst. Unfortunately, he is mostly for the worst. Remember that we have had bad popes before. Just because a pope is bad, it doesn't mean he is a anti-pope.

 of makes the best case against Francis being a anti-pope. He counters the sedevacantist best arguments. (Click below and then scroll to comment section)[]

Getting back to the stigmatist's prophecy; it is interesting because it predicted four Cardinals accompanying a Pope in a time of crisis.

On November 16, Cardinal Burke on EWTN said the four Cardinal Dubia letter is a means to accompany (to use a Francis word), that is assist and advise, the Pope to reach the fullness of truth. Burke said:

"We have to continue to serve the truth with charity and so especially those of us who are cardinals, who are the principal advisors of the Holy Father, have a very solemn obligation to defend the Church from these kind of attacks at her very foundation. I mean, we have to remember that we’re talking about teaching about marriage and its fruit, the family, and to attack that teaching is to destabilize the whole Church and society in general."[]

Metaphorically, the stigmatist's prophecy could mean the four Cardinals are helping the Pope flee the circle or bubble of bad advisers surrounding him in Rome.

If ever a 80 year old Pope who makes childish insulting remarks and appears to possibly have dementia, as I have documented in other posts, needed to flee his "advisers," it is Francis.

19th century German stigmatist Helen Wallraff's prophecy and other prophecies as well as interpretations of them:



Yves Dupont

"|i 67. Helen Wallraff ( 19th century). 'Some day a pope will
flee from Rome in the company of only four cardinals . . .
and they will come to Koeln [Cologne].'

Comment: This prophecy lends credibility to what I have
said before: only four cardinals will be with the Pope. The
other faithful cardinals will be isolated in various countries,
and unable to communicate because of the chaotic conditions
prevailing then, and they will be in no position to elect a new
Pope when the Pope of that time dies in his exile. As a result,
the Roman anti-pope will be able to persuade many Catholics
that he is the true Pope. This prophecy says that the Pope
will come to Cologne (Koeln in German). There are others,
too, which say that he will go to Germany; but many more
insist that he will go overseas. Perhaps, he will go to Germany
before going overseas."

"Nun Emmerich (19th century): I also saw the Holy Father– God-fearing and prayerful. Nothing left to be desired in his appearance, but he was weakened by old age and by much suffering (Dupont p. 68).

The Prophecy of Premol (5th century): And I see the King of Rome and his Cross and his tiara, shaking the dust off of his shoes, and hastening his flight to other shores. Thy Church, O Lord, is torn apart by her own children. One camp is faithful to the fleeing Pontiff, the other is subject to the new government of Rome which has broken the tiara. But Almighty God will, in His mercy, put an end to this confusion and a new age will begin. Then, said the Spirit, this is the beginning of the End of Time.

Comment: From this prophecy, it is clear that the true Church will be faithful to the Pope in exile; whereas the new Pope in Rome will be, in fact, an anti-pope…a large number of Catholics will be misled into accepting the leadership of the anti-pope (Dupont, pp. 72-73). {Note the comment is from Dupont personally}.

So if the current pope flees and goes to Cologne (Germany) he might fulfill those prophecies.
So, the above does give the Roman Catholics “wiggle room” if there remains more than one pope left. But if there is only one, the next one would likely be the False Prophet of Revelation 16:13.
Notice also the following prophecy:

St. Malachy (12th century): During the persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit upon the throne, Peter the Roman…the City of Seven Hills (Rome) will be utterly destroyed
Certain Catholic prophecies warn that a major “antipope” is to come—and since this has not happened—they could be interpreted to mean that the next pope is likely to be an antipope:
Anna-Katarina Emmerick (19th century): I saw again a new and odd-looking Church which they were trying to build. There was nothing holy about it… (Dupont, p. 116)

Yves Dupont {writer interpreting A. Emmerick}: They wanted to make a new Church, a Church of human manufacture, but God had other designs…The Holy Father shall have to leave Rome, and he shall die a cruel death. An anti-pope shall be set up in Rome (Dupont, p. 116).

    1 comment:

    Unknown said...

    I thought the 4 might be the Dubia Cardinals but now that Cardinal Meisner just passed away I was a bit confused. I am thinking that now Cardinal Muller fills the spot. I still think that somehow Pope Benedict goes home to Germany with these 4.
    either way it is an interesting and scary time. with 4 children at home I am doing what I can to keep them strong in their faith as confusion reigns.