The Prophecy Of The Popes: The Next Pope (Petrus Romanus) Will Be The Final Pope According To A 900 Year Old Prophecy By St. Malachy

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The Prophecy Of The Popes: The Next Pope (Petrus Romanus) Will Be The Final Pope According To A 900 Year Old Prophecy By St. MalachyThe shocking resignation of Pope Benedict XVI has turned the eyes of the world to a 900 year old prophecy by St. Malachy known as “the Prophecy of the Popes”.  According to tradition, this prophecy was given to St. Malachy when he was summoned to Rome in 1139.  The prophecy is a list that gives a description of 112 popes, culminating with “Petrus Romanus” (Peter the Roman) who will be the final pope according to the prophecy.  So why are so many people taking this prophecy so seriously?  Well, as you will see below, it is because so many of the descriptions of the previous popes have turned out to be so accurate.  So what does the prophecy say is coming next?  Well, according to the prophecy Peter the Roman will rule during a period of great tribulation, and following that “the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the terrible judge will judge his people”.  This seems to fit in very well with what the apostle John wrote in the book of Revelation nearly 2000 years ago.  In Revelation chapter 17, John is told that “the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth”, and that the seven heads that he saw in his vision “are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.”  Of course we all know that Rome is the city of seven hills, and that it ruled over the kings of the earth during the time that John wrote the book of Revelation.  Later on, in Revelation chapter 18, we read that “her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her.”  So are we rapidly approaching that time?  If the Prophecy of the Popes is accurate, it looks as though we may be.

It really did shake up the Catholic world when Pope Benedict XVI suddenly resigned.  He was the first pope in nearly 600 years to step down.  In fact, the last pope to resign was Pope Gregory XII all the way back in 1415.

Just hours after Pope Benedict resigned, lightning struck the roof of St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.

Was someone trying to tell us something?

One thing is for sure – there will be a whole lot of attention given to the Prophecy of the Popes over the next few months.

It is important to note, however, that many scholars do have some doubts about the authenticity of the prophecy.  The following is from Wikipedia

The list of alleged prophecies was first published in 1595 by Arnold de Wyon, a Benedictine historian, as part of his book Lignum Vitæ. Wyon attributed the list to Saint Malachy, the 12th‑century bishop of Armagh in Ireland.

According to the traditional account, Malachy was summoned to Rome in 1139 by Pope Innocent II. While in Rome, Malachy purportedly experienced a vision of future popes, which he recorded as a sequence of cryptic phrases. This manuscript was then deposited in the Roman Archive, and thereafter forgotten about until its rediscovery in 1590.

Saint Bernard of Clairvaux‘s biography of Malachy makes no mention of the prophecy, nor is it mentioned in any record prior to its 1595 publication.

But whether the Prophecy of the Popes is correctly attributed to St. Malachy or not, it is still remarkable how accurate the list has been over the centuries.  The following examples come from a recent MarketWatch article

For instance, John Paul I is listed as “de medietate lunae,” meaning “of the middle of the moon.” Modern interpreters say this predicted that John Paul I’s reign would begin during a half-moon and last just one month, which it did.

His successor, John Paul II, is described by St. Malachy as “de labore solis” or “of the sun’s labor,” supposedly because he was born during a solar eclipse.

Benedict XVI, who announced his resignation Monday, is “gloria olivae” or “glory of the olive,” allegedly because his name “Benedict” is taken from St. Benedict, whose monastic order uses the olive branch as a symbol.

Here are some other examples of the accuracy of this prophecy that were shared by my friend Ray Gano

#171 Pope Adrian IV (1154-1159) Prophecy -De rure albo (field of Albe). Born in the town of Saint-Alban

#180 Pope Gregory IX (1227-1241) Prophecy – Avis Ostiensis. (Bird of Ostia). Before his election he was Cardinal of Ostia

#194 Pope Nicholas IV (1288-1292) Prophecy – Ex eremo celsus (elevated from a hermit). Prior to his election he was a hermit in the monastery of Pouilles

According to the prophecy, Pope Benedict XVI was the next to last pope.

That means that the final pope comes next.

So what should we expect?

Well, the following is what the prophecy says about the last pope…

“In the extreme persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations: and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the terrible judge will judge his people.  The End.”

So are there any potential candidates that could potentially fit the bill as “Peter the Roman”?

Well, the name of Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana is already being widely floated.  In fact, the Daily Mail is describing him as “a front-runner to become the first black Pope.”

According to Dr. Jerome Corsi, author Tom Horn has identified another candidate that would seem to fit the prophecy very nicely…

Interestingly, a leading candidate is Cardinal Tarcisio Pietro Evasio Bertone, the Cardinal secretary of state, who was born in Romano, Italy. His name could, therefore, be rendered Peter the Roman.

It sure will be interesting to see how things play out over the next few months.

Many of you that are reading this may be skeptical about “prophecies”, but the truth is that prophecy has always been one of the ways that God self-authenticates Himself.

In other words, God tells us the end from the beginning and that is one of the ways that we know who the one true God is.

In Isaiah 46:9-10 God says this…

Remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me, declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure

Now, if you are a hardcore atheist or you do not want to be confronted with solid evidence that the Christian faith is real, then you better stop reading now.  Because if you keep reading there is a good chance that your core beliefs will be shaken.

Throughout the Bible, very specific prophecies were given that were very specifically fulfilled hundreds of years or even thousands of years later.

For example, just check out Psalm 22.

Psalm 22 begins with the following words…

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

Do those words sound like something you have heard before?

Of course they do.  Jesus said those words from the cross.

When he said those words, he wasn’t just saying them because He was in pain.  He was actually telling people to go look at Psalm 22.

And in Psalm 22, we find a graphic description of crucifixion.  Just check out what Psalm 22:16-18 says…

Dogs have surrounded me; a band of evil men has encircled me, they have pierced my hands and my feet. I can count all my bones; people stare and gloat over me. They divide my garments among them and cast lots for my clothing.

As I noted in an article I wrote a few years ago, this passage is essentially a first person account of being crucified on a cross.  Note the similarities between Psalm 22 and the crucifixion of Jesus…

1) Hands and feet pierced.
2) Surrounded by evil men.
3) People are staring and gloating.
4) He can count his bones which implies that He has been stripped down.
5) They divided His garments and cast lots for His clothing which is exactly what happened.

Psalm 22 was written about 1000 years before Jesus came, and at the time it was written crucifixion had not even been invented yet.  The following is from Wikipedia

Crucifixion was used among the Seleucids, Carthaginians, and Romans from about the 6th century BC to the 4th century AD.

So while Jesus was hanging on the cross, he was pointing to a prophecy that had been written 1000 years earlier that spoke of Him dying in a way that had not even been invented yet.

Another amazing prophecy can be found in Isaiah chapter 53.  It was written about 700 years before the time of Jesus, and in that chapter we are told about a future Messiah who will come and die for our sins.

In fact, we are told seven different times in Isaiah 53 that the Messiah will pay the penalty for our sins…

Isaiah 53:4 – Surely he took up our infirmities and carried our sorrows

Isaiah 53:5 – But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed.

Isaiah 53:6 – …the LORD has laid on him the iniquity of us all.

Isaiah 53:8 – …for the transgression of my people he was stricken.

Isaiah 53:10 – Yet it was the LORD’s will to crush him and cause him to suffer, and though the LORD makes his life a guilt offering

Isaiah 53:11 – …he will bear their iniquities

Isaiah 53:12 – For he bore the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors.

In that chapter we are also told that the future Messiah would die, be assigned a grave with the wicked (Jesus was crucified with thieves), and be with the rich in His death (He was buried in a rich man’s tomb)…

Isaiah 53:12 – …he poured out his life unto death

Isaiah 53:9 – He was assigned a grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death

Also, in verse eleven we are told that the Messiah would would be resurrected after the suffering of his soul…

Isaiah 53:11 – After the suffering of his soul, he will see the light of life and be satisfied

Even more amazing is what Bible Code researchers have found buried in the text of Isaiah 53.  In just those 12 verses, Bible Code researchers found the name of Jesus, the names of all the disciples except for Judas Iscariot, and a whole bunch of other words related to the ministry of Jesus…

Y’shua (Jesus) 53:10
Nazarene 53:6
Messiah 53:11
Shiloh 53:12
Passover 53:10
Galilee 53:7
Herod 53:6
Caiaphas, High Priest 52:15
Annas, High Priest 53:3
Mary 53:11
Mary 53:10
Mary 53:9
The Disciples 53:12
Peter 53:10
Matthew 53:8
John 53:10
Andrew 53:4
Philip 53:5
Thomas 53:2
James 52:2
James 52:2
Simon 52:14
Thaddaeus 53:12
Matthias 53:5
Let Him be crucified 53:8
His Cross 53:6
Lamp of the Lord 53:5
His signature 52:7
Bread 53:12
Wine 53:5
From Zion 52:14
Moriah 52:7
Obed (servant) 53:7
Jesse 52:9
Seed 52:5
Water 52:7
Levites 54:3
From the Atonement Lamb 52:12
Joseph 53:2

But of course all of that is just one giant coincidence, right?

And did you know that the Bible even tells us the year that Jesus would die?

In Daniel 9:24-27, we are told the amount of time that would pass from the order “to restore and rebuild Jerusalem” until the Messiah would come.  It also tells us that “the Anointed One will be put to death” and that it would happen before the temple was destroyed.

Well, the temple was destroyed in 70 A.D., so it had to have happened prior to that.

Only one man fits the bill – Jesus Christ.

You can find out much more about that amazing prophecy right here.

The Bible also has a ton of stuff to say about the times that we are currently living in.  If you are interested, just check out the book of Revelation, the book of Daniel, Matthew chapter 24, Mark chapter 13 and Luke chapter 21 for starters.

The Bible has hundreds of very specific prophecies that have been precisely fulfilled.

So I trust it.

Do you trust it?

In the end, everyone gets to make their own choices.

Choose wisely.

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  • Colin

    As a Christian, I hope that you understand that neither the Son of God nor those who follow the Son know the day when the world will end. This day is known only to God.

    • Yes BUT we can know the season, and my friend we are in the season most definitely!

      • Colin

        Matthew 24:36-37, 42:
        “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come.”

        • “He answered and said unto them, When it is evening, ye say, It will be fair
          weather: for the sky is red. And in the morning, It will be foul weather to day:
          for the sky is red and lowering. O ye hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the
          sky; but can ye not discern the signs of the times?” Matthew 16:2-3 We DON”T know but we have to be informed and awake. Prepared and pray for his coming. And like He had said, “WATCH.”

          • Kim

            I’m sure Jesus left us a composite sign of the last days. We can pinpoint where we are in the stream of time, and that is good enough for me. The signs in Matt 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 as well as 2 Timothy 3 and Revelation 11 have been fulfilled. We have plenty of evidence that we are living in the last days.

        • John

          You need to go back another verse, the Bible clearly states…”after the tribulation….” We do know the order of events. Watch Stephen Anderson’s video…We do not know the exact time but we do know what has to happen first.


      When ww2 started most people back then though it was the end of the world and the Lord would return. Like you said no one knows know not one, so don’t worry about that worry about when the S.H.T.F.and if your ready for that.and if your a believer if he does come your covered

  • Ralfine

    As far as I understand it, the psalms and gospels were written in English and nobody has touched them since, especially no wine drinking, whoring popes and monks.
    Doesn’t the mafia originate in Italy, too?

    • Tim

      I’m not sure where you got your information from. But the Psalms were originally written in Hebrew and the Gospels were written in Koine Greek. During the 3rd to 2nd centuries BC, the Hebrew scriptures were translated into Koine Greek. This translation became known as the Septuagint and became the accepted text of the Old Testament in the Christian Church. The first English translation of the Psalms was believed to have been in 1530 by George Joye. In 1535 Myles Coverdale published the first complete English bible.

      • Ralfine

        You mean the people who wrote the bible have read the psalms and could have written the bible so to reflect the prophecies of the psalms?
        You can’t be serious.

        • Tim

          I don’t understand your question. As a Christian, I believe that the writers of the 66 books that compose the canon of Scripture, the Bible, wrote under inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is God.

          “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:”
          2 Timothy 3:16

          This is why there are prophecies in the Bible that were written hundreds, even thousands, of years before they were literally fulfilled. The earliest prophecy in the Bible is found in Genesis 3:15 and foretold the coming of Jesus Christ.

          “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her
          seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.”

          • Colin

            I have never heard of Genesis 3:15 being cited as a prophecy of Jesus. Interesting.

            Anyhow, Jesus spoke in Aramaic.Then the evangelists wrote the gospels in Koine Greek

          • omniscience

            its quite common

          • Adrian Johnson

            Jesus also spoke Latin ( he spoke with Pilate, who would not have condescended to learn an obscure language like Aramaic); and he probably knew Greek, as one Gospel says some Greeks came to him “and he answered them.” 1st century Palestine was a crossroads for trade; so it would have been common for the people to know more than one language.

  • Alex K

    I think, and really that is all we can do (as well as follow) in regards to the bible, that another very significant revalation that no Cristian should ever dismiss is the revelation of St John regarding the mark of the beast… “And he forces all, great and small, rich and poor, to receive a mark, either in their right hand or upon the forehead, that no man may buy or sell without the mark”.. For anyone that has ever read the revelations, GOD is giving us ALL one very big heads up. The mark will be an invisible tattoo of some kind or RFID chip inserted under the skin. We have the technology (google RFID Chip) and never before in the history of mankind have we been so interconnected. Whether it happens in 3 years or 30 or 50 one should prepare for the collapse of the USD the current financial system or both and find Christ. I am one of the enlightened sheep, but have nothing but admiration for people like Michael who are so dedicated to spreading the word. God bless him and us all. I fear we are living in the most blessed times, currently compared to what lies ahead when people wake up to the fact that paper IOU’s are not money and our debt based wealth is in fact a mirage.

  • All we can do is place our trust in Christ, our eternal King, God, and better yet, our Friend. Never mind what the scoffers say, because we truly do have eternal peace.

  • 2Gary2

    Magog is gonna get you

    • Syrin

      Spreading piss and hatred across the internet. I bet you hate kittens, puppies and chocolate. I bet even your mom thinks you’re a PoS. Only your fleas will mourn your passing.

      • A Dodgy Bloke

        Come on now be nice Gary 2 has his right to make a comment no matter how ill informed. Anyway he does have a point it has been a bit since the last article on this pearl of a web site. The other one is not Windows Eight compatible, and some of the other righty sites are not as lively as this one.

      • 2Gary2

        you must be referring to yourself and your failed supply side economics.

    • A Dodgy Bloke

      I already called

  • 2Gary2

    call the Guinness people–a new article has been posted to this web site

    • A Dodgy Bloke

      I did they don’t care and told me to stop calling.

  • A Dodgy Bloke

    I read this on the daily mail site and wondered if it was going to tackled here. St. Malachy known as the Prophecy of the Popes is thought of by some academics as a 16th century forgery. I kind of hope Cardinal Kodwo Appiah Turkson gets elected. The
    conspiracies, fuzzy thinking and tortured logic will be fun to watch for a while, but eventually will get boring and tedious. But remember folks be real careful what you wish for, the end of western civilization may not be what you except.

    • 2Gary2

      St. Malarky is full of Malarky

      • A Dodgy Bloke

        So you say

  • Mike West

    Sorry Michael you totally shanked this article when you brought up so-called biblical “prophecy” & bible “codes”…all of this “stuff” has been debunked so many times..its a joke at this point. For all the loyal drones out there…do some research. For starters Revelation has nothing to do with our time in 2013. It was meant for those 7 churches back in 1st century & the beast was NERO…(not 2000 years removed). I generally like reading your articles re economy but when I read this type of stuff your lack of credibility screams like a banshee. Yikes!

    • Your wrong

      ahhh…. no your wrong…

    • Kosta Alexander

      Nero ??? How exactly did Nero force every man to receive a mark (containing 666) on their right hand or forehead ?? Also what about the 1000 years when the -whatever you want to call it — will be released a while more and then sealed for all time.. I think you are the one a couple of thousand years out Mike !!! Way out !!!

  • 2Gary2

    Just hours after Pope Benedict resigned, lightning struck the roof of St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.

    Was someone trying to tell us something?

    Michael–you are starting to sound as irrational as syrin…

  • Kim

    Yes, there are literally hundreds of prophecies and chronologies identifying the Messiah. But the religious leaders of Jesus’s day refused to acknowledge him in spite of all the evidence. They even attributed his miracles, which Jesus performed in front of hundreds of eye-witnesses, so they couldn’t deny them, toSatan. Why would it be any different in our day? There are many prophesies and chronologies pointing to the installation of God’s Kingdom, with Jesus as its King, but people still turn to man for hope, security and guidance, as if this kingdom didn’t exist and won’t exercise control over the earth very soon. We are near the end of the last days and the worl’s religious leaders look to the UN for guidance and support. The world is in Satan’s control still, but not for much longer.

    Babylon the Great does not refer to the Catholic Church alone, it refers to the entire world empire of false religion and all it’s practices and traditions of men. May this worldwide false-religious organization go down in flames soon. May God’s kingdom reign over all the earth, and peace on earth be a lasting reality for all mankind. Psalm 37:34 34 Hope in Jehovah and keep his way, And he will exalt you to take possession of the earth.
    When the wicked ones are cut off, you will see [it].

  • The next pope is the last… in office till c. 2040… and after that?

    Life goes on just as before.

  • The One Who Knows

    hahahahahahahahaha…………you people crack me up!

    You probably also hid in a cave for Y2K & believed the Mayan nonsense too, didn’t you?

    Sheeple like you DESERVE to be led to slaughter and/or neutered….to prevent you from having equally-retarded offspring…


    • Omniscience

      Pathetic you say? this forum alone manifests evidence as to the amount of polarised views existing, and more directly the condition of hearts; a sign of the times perhaps. But peculiarly you say pathetic. Well you have just positioned yourself amongst a category called scoffers and fools. You belong to creatures absent and simple, living for their selfish selves, and that even in a non-religious sense is most pitiable, and in truth an essence of the word you used. Get a backbone and not a wishbone, ask Jesus to reveal Himself to you so you can be saved from yourself.

  • DiscouragedOne

    Nah, I don’t believe it, at least don’t believe it would mean the end of anything else.

  • Steve

    Bull Manure on this Prophecy. This is the same garbage the Nuns and Priests told me in Catholic Grade School in the 60’s that the next Pope was the last one. That was over 50 years ago !!!

    Get a grip and give me a break or remember the Good Book….that no man knows his time or place.

  • A Dodgy Bloke

    You can make an argument The Prophecy is about an Islamic army destroying Rome. The Prophecy doesn’t give a description of who does the foul deed. Given the rise of Islam and the inability if the west to comes to grips with it could Islam be tool of the terrible judge? I’m just putting it out there for the Universe.

    • Adrian Johnson

      I think Russia, incited by NATO (the USA & EU) is waiting for the right moment to attack Europe; 3 days after, Russia will raise its flag over St Peter’s in Rome.

  • What a crock of sh*t!

  • Matthew


    I enjoy your articles immensely and I liked this one so much I took time out of my work day to read it! I think it’s interesting about the prophecy of the Popes and such. There’s a couple things that I would like ask you, though.

    First off, have you seen the movie Zeitgeist? It’s actually a trilogy, about 8 hours or so total, but all of them – Zeitgeist, Zeitgeist Addendum, and Zeitgeist Moving Forward – are available for free viewing online if you Google them or do Netflix. I think you would find them very interesting and enjoy them quite a bit. However, at the very beginning it does present something to think about with Bible-prophecy and Jesus and such:

    While I am a firm believer that we all come from and are currently a part of an incomprehensibly complete, all encompassing, loving, benevolent source and vast existence beyond what we can currently perceive, and that we will all return to that source eventually, (and that whether we like it or not we always have been, currently are, and always will be, one) I don’t buy into a lot of the details with specific religions and such. The first brief portion of that movie Zeitgeist covers, as well as Bill Maher’s Religulous and many other sources, ample information about other religious figures with stories nearly identical to Jesus’s. The movie Zeitgeist is very interesting because it also presents information about exactly where that story came from, which makes quite a bit of sense – how it relates to the sun, stars and ages, etc. Now it wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if there were stories about Jesus or someone like him in texts written prior to Jesus, if there were already stories in circulation about a figure similar to Jesus many centuries prior to his time. And that’s assuming that no one altered anything when the Bible actually was assembled some time after Jesus’s assumed date of death, which none of us were there to verify any of that.

    I think this article would have been more interesting to me if you had elaborated on some of the prophecies in the Bible that have already come to pass after it was written – especially in our recent, verifiable, modern history. Then you would have more of my attention in that regard. But I definitely don’t discredit that the prophet of the popes could actually come true anyway, as well. With all the uproar about the Catholic Church and the possibility that the next pope taking the position could be arrested and the property of the Vatican seized, we very well could see the dissolution of the main institution of the Catholic Church… and no more “Popes”. And you never know, that could be enough to tear the city apart. Maybe a massive riot would occur and the residents might burn it to the ground.

    Anyway… I was just wondering what your response might be to the fact that there are many other stories out there similar to Jesus’s but much older. And also, don’t let the Jesus thing turn you away from Zeitgeist if you haven’t already seen it. There’s a lot of good stuff in that movie I know you’ll enjoy immensely, and the Jesus thing and religion in general is only a small portion of what it covers. Very cool movie. It truly aims to change the world and make it a better place. If more people would subscribe to the ideas in that movie we would have the most peaceful, enjoyable existence in the history of humanity. Someone like you would be good at promoting those types of ideas, as well. It’s a must-watch for anyone who wants to make the world a better place for everyone. Hope you check it out. I always like to look at both sides of an issue and get all the available information and make the most informed decision possible. I assume, correct me if I’m wrong, but being an ex-attorney you’re probably the same way.



    • Kosta Alexander

      Dear Matthew seen Zeitgeist and although most of the film is factual the first 15 minutes about the historical figures that are similar to Jesus are complete nonsense. Mind you you to the ignorant they sure sound good at first. You watched zeitgeist and great for you that you are open minded and searching for the truth. I suggest you also watch Zeitgeist refuted and then ask yourself why would someone make a supposed amateur production (seemed very expensive and slick to me personally) and do so much research and homework only for the stuff on Jesus to be so far of the mark no credible scholar – even atheists – could take them seriously. If you look closely you’ll see that most of the sources sighted are all new age quacks who are appearing multiple times at high speed scroll as if they are tens of different sources.. In a word — Dodgy!

  • Sally

    Biblical prophecy in detail is a strong indication of the authenticity of the Bible — and points to a supreme being that wants us to know what will happen. The future is very bright and nothing to be afraid of. Of course, it will get worse before it gets better — God will intervene very soon and there will be significant changes on the earth including human society but the earth will stay. Can’t wait…….

  • Rigs

    You can’t know the day but it does say the true believers will see the signs! But we will never be able to say o JESUS is coming back on feb 21 2013. But we can say he’s most certainly coming and soon!

  • inspokane

    Its not he end of he world…end of an age. See coming tetrad.blood red moons. Why does the bible say. for you brothers I need not tell you the day or the our for you already know. What do they know. The feast days of our lord…See documentry the Messages of Garabandal…Saint Faustina diary…about the Warning or the Illumination of conscience. Firts Im coming as the God of Mercy before I come as the just judge. just take a look. We are now going to expeirence the time of sorrows before the time of a Sabbath rest. 3 days of darkness will removemans idols and wicked people. just look. No rapture. God always leave a remnant. 8 with noah. Rev. talks of blood red moons. Tetrad is the elclipes that fall on the Jewish Holidays. God is coming into the hearts of man first.