Why is The Pope retiring? Glenn has a theory

Friday, Feb 15, 2013

Glenn Beck: I have a theory about why The Pope is resigning, something that has not happened since the 1400s. And it may be just as simple as he wants, you know, he wants to do the right thing because he’s, you know, he’s incapacitated or, you know, he’s, you know, too old or whatever. However, I mean, how many peeps have we seen ‑‑ and I don’t mean this to be offensive at all, but how many popes have we seen in our lifetime that are, at the end they’re just, you ‑‑ I mean, they’re gone. I mean, a lifetime appointment is a, you know ‑‑ we’ve seen it over and over again. So maybe he’s just different. Maybe he just understands the times that we’re living in and he feels like somebody who really is energetic, needs to be there. So it may be that.

However, when I was over in Rome last January, a year ago January I think it was, I was there and what I witnessed was a stacking of the court. When they were appointing new cardinals, what they were do ‑‑ what The Pope was doing was stacking the cardinals, and he was appointing really conservative, old‑line Catholics as cardinals. And so we were ‑‑ I mean, we were witnessing history. I don’t know of any pope that has done this. And the reason why he was doing it was because that way it would help him select his successor and it would give a good chance that he was going to be the guy ‑‑ I mean that he ‑‑ the guy who replaced him would carry on his work. That’s what the speculation was, you know, when I was at the Vatican, that’s what they were all talking about, that that’s what was going on and you’re witnessing history. And I’ve not heard anybody really talk about that. I think there’s a chance now that this Pope now knows, because all these cardinals are old too. “I might, I might linger on here for another ten years and right now I have the court packed. And if I release myself from this now, I know that I’ll be able to get in, even though he doesn’t have anything to influence it, he’s already done it. He’s selected all the people who voted. And I think he’s trying to get the next successor to be somebody who is conservative and he thinks the best chance to do that is now. Because I think the speculation that this black pope from Africa, they keep holding him up and everybody’s like, “Hey, he’s going to be the next pope,” I think that that is a ruse. I think that’s being done by those Catholics who are also in the Vatican who he’s at war with, holding him ‑‑ holding this guy up and trying to create momentum for him. Because he’s a socialist. He’s a real diehard socialist kind of Marxist guy.

He’s a Marxist through and through, which is not what this Pope is. And that’s who he’s been at war with the whole time. I think that’s a ruse to try to get public sentiment to accept that this Marxist is going to be the next pope. And I think this Pope is out because he stacked the deck.



109th John Paul I 1978 – De Medietate Lunae (Of the half moon) (born Albino Luciani, in Canale d’Ogardo, diocese of Belluno, (aka lovely moon) (John Paul I reigned for 34 days from half a moon to the next half… before he died suddenly and mysteriously.)

110th Pope – John Paul II 1978-2005 De Labore Solis (he was born during a solar eclipse May 18, 1920 and died near a partial solar eclipse on April 8, 2005; i.e., the pope of the eclipse; the labor, or eclipse, of the Sun; the true pope) – one version of St. Malachy omits De medietate Lunae (from half of the Moon). Pope John Paul II’s funeral is to be held "during" the solar eclipse on April 8th!

111th Pope – Benedict XVI 2005-2013 “De Gloria Olivae” From the Glory of the Olive

112th Pope? The Last Pope – Petrus Romanus (Peter the Roman; the apostate pope; the anti-pope?)

i. "During the last persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit upon the throne, Peter the Roman, who will feed the sheep amid great tribulations, and when these are passed, the City of the Seven Hills (Rome) will be utterly destroyed, and the awful Judge will then judge the people" – St. Malachy

Video: Prophecy of the Popes



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