+ The society of men dressed in BLACK now has a Pope for the first time.
+ Nostradamus warned that a black and red one take the power in MARCH.
|Francis (Latin: Franciscus; born Jorge Mario Bergoglio; 17 December 1936) is the 266th and current Pope of the Catholic Church, elected on 13 March 2013. He entered the Society of Jesus on 11 March 1958. |
++ JESUITS or The Society of Jesus (Latin: Societas Iesu, S.J., SJ or SI) is a Christian male religious order of the Roman Catholic Church. The members are called Jesuits.
+ The color of the plain black priest's cassock, worn by members of the Society Of Jesus, including the Superior General, partly from a past concern (most prominent around the 16th and 17th centuries) amongst Protestant European countries concerning the relative power of the Jesuits within the Roman Catholic Church, and partly because the Superior General is elected for life. He is generally addressed as Father General. The position sometimes carries the derogatory nickname of the Black Pope, after his simple black priest's vestments, as contrasted to the white garb of the Pope.
+ As such, though Jesuit garb appeared distinctive, and became identifiable over time, it was the common priestly dress of Ignatius' day. During the missionary periods of North America, the various native peoples referred to Jesuits as "Blackrobes" because of their black cassocks.
+ So "Black Pope" is a derogatory nickname given to the Superior General usually by the media (and never used by the Jesuits themselves).
|35th Jesuit general
congregation at the Vatican in 2008|
Nostradamus warned that a black and red one will be elected Pope.
Century 6 - Quatrain 25, Old French.
Par Mars(1) contraire sera la monarchie,
Du grand pecheur(2) en trouble ruyneux;
Jeune(3) noir(4) rouge(5) prendra la hierarchie(6),
Les proditeurs iront jour bruyneux.(7)
Century 6 - Quatrain 25, possible English Traslation:
By March(1) will be thwarted the monarchy
Of the great fisherman(2) will be in ruinous trouble:
Young(3) black(4) red(5) will seize the hierarchy(6),
The producers will act on a day of drizzle(7).
1+ March or mars in the French language
2+ Pope Nickname for the work of St. Peter when he was chosen by Jesus.
3+ He was created Cardinal in 2001 by Pope John Paul II. (Only 12 years ago)
4+ Customary dress of the Jesuits.
5+ Usual color of the Cardinals. When in choir dress, a Latin-rite cardinal wears scarlet garments — the blood-like red symbolizes a cardinal's willingness to die for his fait.
|Cardinals in action|
6+ Hierarchy, word of Greek origin: hierarchia (ἱεραρχία), from hierarches means "leader of sacred rites".
7+ The election of the new Pope has been held in rainy weather.
+ By March, the government of one person (Monarchy) would be frustrated and the Pope (fisherman) try to solve a very harmful problem.
+ A newly appointed Cardinal, of a religious order known for his black costume, he will be named Pope by some voters in a rainy climate.
A view of St. Peter's Basilica on March 10, 2013, in Vatican City. Cardinals are set to enter the conclave to elect a successor to Pope Benedict XVI.
JEFF J MITCHELL, GETTY IMAGES
And so was fulfilled the prophecy of Nostradamus.
This will be the last Pope on the list of Malachi?
Rome will be judged by a dreadful judge .... et cetera?
READ MORE about the fate of the last pope according to Malachi's prophetic list: http://prophecyexperimentalzone.blogspot.com.es/2013/02/the-last-pope-according-to-malachys.html
ADDENDA March 14, 2013 :
+ There is another curious relationship between the pope and the color black: The Argentine soccer or football.
The former Cardinal of Buenos Aires is the pope Francis, Benedict's successor, and yes, also "raven", as known to the fans of the football team San Lorenzo de Almagro.
+ The football club showed a reproduction of their membership card with the number 88235.
+ The nickname is no accident. Ravens, one of the ways of referring to San Lorenzo de Almagro, but the bird is not the popular way of referring to the priests of the Catholic Church, completely covered with black cassocks. Also why, although disused, the Of Buenos Aires club is known as "The Saints".
+ Originally these appeals arose from the fact that the founder of the blue & red soccer team was a parish priest Lorenzo Massa. This man of the Salesian order offered the Oratory of San Antonio to the boys of the neighborhood of Almagro playing football in the street. The founding assembly of the club gave the institution the name of the priest, but he refused out of modesty, but later accepted the name as a tribute to the saint of the same name and the Battle of San Lorenzo.
|THE RAVEN by Edgar Allan Poe.|
Goodbye from Spain
"The day of wrath, that day Will dissolve the world in ashes As foretold by David and the sibyl! How much tremor there will be, when the judge will come, investigating everything strictly!"