You said you were the final Pontiff and now you're talking about another pontiff who comes down from heaven later. Or are you planning to go to heaven and then come back down for dramatic effect? Please note that this member has been banned.
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Firstly fool, do you have confirmation that Pontiff Augustine is an Anti-Pope? For if you do I would gladly love to show our Monarch the proofs so he may laugh at them with disgust. There are many proofs of his Papacy for he is the Final Pontiff. You may reply with this message saying "what proofs speak of Augustine as the Final Pontiff?", this would be our reply to you:
Obviously if St. Malachy's list is accurate, and Pope Augustine personally believes it is accurate, then yes he is Peter the Roman. For those who acknowledge prophecy this matches perfectly. The Pope that is listed prior to "Peter the Roman" is called "Gloria Olivae". Pope Augustine believes "Gloria Olivae" refers to two things.
First, "Gloria Olivae" refers to Antipope Benedict XVI. The olive branch is a symbol of the Benedictine Order. Thus, for the heretic Ratzinger call himself Benedict is a clear reference to this order. Antipope Benedict XVI also claims to be a messenger of peace. Peace is symbolized by an olive branch. A messenger of peace is one of the things the Apocalypse predicts AntiChrist will attempt to be perceived as in the final days. Obviously, Antipope Benedict XVI's doctrines about salvation for noncatholics, the praiseworthiness of false religions (referring to other religions as good and praiseworthy), and his belief that false religions have a right to be practiced freely are freemasonic doctrines and not Catholic doctrine. They promote a false peace of compromise with satan's religions. All of the doctrines Antipope Benedict XVI teaches have been condemned by true Catholic popes in various dogmatic pronouncements in prior centuries. Thus, the prophecy of Malachy on the Gloria Olivae refers to Benedict XVI, but as Antipope and not a true Pope. And this is not inconsistent with St. Malachy's other predictions concerning prior popes, because St. Malachy also has other Antipopes listed throughout his centuries long papal list. Many of these Antipopes are from centuries ago, but St. Malachy lists them and experts acknowledge that his list contains both true Popes and well known Antipopes. In fact, Saint Malachy lists every Antipope that has reigned since Vatican II, starting with Antipope John XXIII.
"Gloria Olivae" also represents another profound thing. Pope Augustine believes that "Gloria Olivae" may eventually refer to the Most Holy Family Monastery, if they convert out of their schism.
Another thing worth mentioning, and this is something the Pope realized recently on October 6, 2008, and something Pope Augustine considers profound- his name "Pope Augustine" and his ancestry, which is English, clearly make one of the main models for his papacy St. Augustine of Canterbury who was considered the "apostle to the English". It is worthwhile to note that St. Augustine of Canterbury was a Benedictine, sent to save England from satanic influence. Yet again, this matches with the phrase "Gloria Olivae". Pope Augustine believes and hopes that he too, will be instrumental, in saving the English speaking peoples from the satanic influence of the paganism to which they have devolved, and insofar as Augustine of Canterbury is his model, he too represents "Gloria Olivae" or the Glory of the Benedictine order. Thus it is no coincidence that God inspired the present pope to call himself Pope Augustine, after this great ancient Benedictine saint.
Thus, Pope Augustine would fulfill both the "Gloria Olivae" and "Peter the Roman" prophecies.
There is yet another interesting thing people should note regarding St. Malachy's list. "Peter the Roman" (the last pope on the list) does not have a number before his name in St. Malachy's list of Popes. All the other Popes are numbered. Peter the Roman does not have a number because Pope Augustine reigns during the reign of Gloria Olivae as well as after Gloria Olivae, and thus they essentially are to have the same number on the list because they reign at the same time. This has clearly been fulfilled. Pope Augustine is the only traditional claimant to the papacy who started his reign during the reign of Antipope Benedict XVI. The false "traditional" popes, such as Antipope Michael and Antipope Pius XIII, began their reigns before Benedict XVI (Gloria Olivae). This does not correspond to the numbering in Malachy's list. They would have to be reigning before Gloria Olivae, yet be listed after Gloria Olivae as if they are also Peter the Roman. This obviously makes no sense whatsoever. Augustine is the only claimant that matches the numbering on Malachy's list.
Another reason that Peter the Roman is unnumbered is because Pope Augustine fulfills both Gloria Olivae and Peter the Roman and is the fulfillment of both names on the list, both in whatever work he may eventually do with the Benedictine order in its prophesied work of the last days, and also his independent naming after Augustine of Canterbury, OSB.
A third reason why Peter the Roman is not numbered is because it signifies that Peter the Roman, the true Pontiff, is eclipsed and hidden from view by the false papacy of Antipope Benedict XVI. This fulfills the famous prophecy of LaSallete, where Our Lady the Blessed Virgin Mary Mother of God declared "Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of AntiChrist, the Church will be in eclipse." (September, 1846, part of the message in the vision given to Melanie). We are the true papacy, and we have been eclipsed for a time by the false papacy of Antipope Benedict XVI.
And your reply would be this "irony".
Thirdly in the Sermon he was speaking in the paragraph you quoted Peter, the first Pontiff. By prophecy Peter will come from the Heavens anointing Augustine. If you knew anything of literature or biblical wording you would know that he was referring to Peter the first Pontiff who was crucified by Nero the Roman Emperor. I now get the impression you feel like a fool after reading this. Well, do you?
Issued by His Supreme Royal MajestyKnights of the Castilian Royal Court