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|Subject: Comet Ison, Nostradamus, and the St. Malachy prophesy Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:49 am|| |
I found this be be a good read.. not sure what topic it should be under..
Officially named C/2012 S1 (ISON), Russian astronomers at the International Scientific Optical Network near Kislovodsk first spotted comet ISON in September 21, 2012. NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft took the first photos of ISON on January 17 and 18 of this year from a distance of 493 million miles. If ISON lives up to expectations, it could shine as bright as the moon and visible during the day,according to some. Coming closest to the sun on November 28, 2013, if ISON survives its approach without fading or breaking apart, it could offer up an impressive sight. With a tail as long as 40,000 miles by January 18 of this year, ISON could put on quite a spectacular show this fall. Also.....This is Nostradamus’ Quatrain VI.6:There will appear towards the NorthNot far from Cancer the bearded star:Susa, Siena, Boeotia, Eretria,The great one of Rome will die, the night over.As of February 28, 2013, Pope Benedict will resign. Saint Malachy, born in Armagh, Ireland, in 1094, journeyed from Ireland to Rome and prophesied that a new pope, to be born far into the future, will be the last pope before the end times on Earth.Next, Nostradamus prophesied that this (new) pope will flee Rome in the month of December, when the Great Comet is seen in the daytime. Nostradamus said that the Sun will appear to double. “The sky will display two suns.” Yes, Comet ISON is on the way!Comet ISON will be visible in our skies for a full two months, November and December 2013. We will probably see Comet ISON and its 40,000-mile-long tail at night and in the daytime! [link to www.ufodigest.com] Saint
Malachy and Nostradamus, two reasonably accurate prophets are apparently joining forces. The possible consequences of Benedict XVL's abdication have shaken up not only Catholics, but those who feel that there are umbrella events in Earth’s history which can be predicted. The future can be shown to a few individuals when a future event is all-important, a milestone for us all.Nostradamus’ prophecy says that the reign of the next to last pope (Benedict), would last about 4 years; this is very close to the amount of time Benedict has reigned.Malachy predicted the last pope would be Petrus Romanus, Peter the Roman. While no pope since Peter has ever taken the name Peter, one of the leading candidates is:Cardinal Tarcisio Pietro Evasio Bertone, the Vatican Secretary of State, a skilled politician, who was born in Romano Canavese. Out of respect for St. Peter, no pope has ever taken the name “Peter,” but if the man’s name is Peter, he might take the name of Pope Peter.