Is the fall of Rome Imminent?
Feb 14, 2012
There is a holy mess at the Vatican these days, reported by Yahoo News:
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Call it Conspiracy City. Call it Scandal City. Call it Leak City. These days the holy city has been in the news for anything but holy reasons.
"It is a total mess," said one high-ranking Vatican official who spoke, like all others, on the condition of anonymity.
The Machiavellian maneuvering and machinations that have come to light in the Vatican recently are worthy of a novel about a sinister power struggle at a medieval court.
Remember, too, that President Obama introduced a new rule to make the Catholic hospitals pay for abortions and contraception. He backed off a bit in a "compromise" measure. This is the typical thesis-antithesis-synthesis principle by which they introduce an outrageous measure, followed by a resistant reaction, followed by a compromise intended to move everything half way to the intended goal. (Later, they do it again.)
Then at the Grammy awards, we were shown an Exorcism of Roman.
Nicki Minaj reintroduced her alter ego, Roman Zolanski, during the 54th annual Grammy Awards in a creepy way. Introduced by her labelmate Drake, the femcee performed her new song "Roman Holiday". The spooky set opened with her sitting in a booth with a Pope-like man while rambling about "feeling pretty."
While all this was going on, I was at an Italian restaurant looking at pictures on the wall of the pope with his head on a platter, and on the other side of the room was a bust of the Roman Emperor Claudius.
It makes me wonder what is going on. Like the performances at the Superbowl, the Grammy awards also treat us with satanic rituals portraying their plans and intentions in the near future. This year it was a Black Mass enactment about being set free from the pope in what is called a "Roman Holiday."
Are they suggesting the end of the Roman Church by the end of 2012.
Dr. Stephen Jones