- The world is witnessing the last years of the Catholic
Church. There are only two more popes coming after John Paul II, then their
play of some eighteen centuries will come to an end and the final stage-curtain
will fall amids a world in flames because of a raging World War III.
- St. Malachy, the Irish Catholic saint of twelfth century,
gave the following mottos to the last two popes who will succeed John Paul
II. To the penultimate pope he gave the motto "of the glory of the
olive." An olive branch stands for peace and there is presently only
one Catholic spiritual figure who merits that branch. He is Cardinal Roger
- Etchegaray was president of the Vatican council of justice
and peace, up until 1998. In Jan. 2001, he was special papal envoy to the
celebration of the World Peace Day in Jerusalem and the Holy Land. In May
1-8, 2002 he was papal envoy on a special peace mission to Jerusalem. On
March, 2004, he received the Prize "Felix Houphouet-Boigny" for
his work toward world peace.
- Etchegaray, although now 83 years old, he is very much
active. On sept. 2004, he was special papal envoy to the celebrations of
the centennial of the "social week of France." Presently most
cardinals of the conclave are inclined toward a short papacy, toward a
"transitional pope" and Echegaray can serve them right. Actually,
his reign would be short and during his papacy the see will be moved from
Vatican because of climate of war (like USA attacking Iran) or because
of fire destroying most of the buildings of Vatican.
- Etchegary was born in ancient France, toward south of
the famous wine region Bordeaux, near the Spanish border, in the town of
Bayonne. His surname indicates that he is of a Basque heritage and not
a French. If he becomes the next pope then the saying of sage Nosty will
come true: "Not from Spain, but he who is born in ancient France will
be elected for the trembling gondola of the papacy."
- Etchegary's successor is most likely Cardinal Jean-Marie
Lusti-ger, who with his eyeglasses looks like Henry Kissinger. He was born
as Aaron Lustinger in Paris, France, from a Polish Jewish parents. He lost
his parents during Nazi occupation of France. Lived with a Catholic family,
then converted to Catholicism in Aug 25, 1940. Presently he is 79 years
old. He could become the last pope and during his reign the Catholic Church
and its hierarchy will be "gone by the winds."
- St. Malachy gave him the motto "Petrus Romanus"
which is Latin for Peter the Roman. The original apostle Peter was a Jew
of course who, in contrast, might be called "Petrus Judaicus."
Also, in 1981, when Lustinger became a cardinal he received the title "Saints
Marcellino e Pietro," now, "Pietro" means stone or a rock,
this is another reference to Peter whom the Catholics believe was the rock
upon whom their church was build, a church that the world will soon witness
- Jack Manuelian is the author of the book--NOSTRADAMUS:
PREDICTIONS OF WORLD WAR III. ISBN: 0938294520. This article is not copy-righted.