Apparently Nostradamus, the 16th century French astrologer and seer, and St. Malachy, an eleventh century Irish bishop and also a respected clairvoyant, had one thing in common…..they each agreed the next Pope would be the last. (See previous blog post).
Nostradamus specifically warned that the second to the last pope would flee Rome “when the great comet is seen in the daytime.” The Comet ISON has been visible for the past couple months as Benedict has prepared prepared to leave the papacy.
If that’s not eerie enough, a bolt of lightning struck St. Peter’s Basilica the day Benedict announced his resignation and a few days later, a shower of meteorites devastated a village in Russia.
Food for thought.