BOOK TWO Prophesy and References

 

CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT

Great Monarch, the Angelic Pope

St. Methodius (4th Century)   "He will crush the foes of Christianity."

Hippolytus (d. 235) - The Pope crowns a Christian king [The Great Monarch]. This King defends the west from the kings of the east. The Great Gaulish Monarch, who shall subject all the East, shall come around the end of the world.

St. Caesar of Arles (469-453) - When the entire world, and in a special manner France, and in France more particularly the provinces of the north, and of the east, and above all, that of Lorraine and Champagne shall have been a prey to the greatest miseries and trials, then the provinces shall be succored by a prince who had been exiled in his youth, and who shall recover the crown of the lilies.  This prince shall extend his dominion over the entire universe.

St. Augustine (5th Century):" A Frankish King will one day rule over the entire Roman Empire."

St. Augustine (5th Century): "He shall give up the ghost at Jerusalem on the Mount of Olives."

Remy (5th Century): "He shall reign over the entire ancient Roman Empire."

St. Cataldus (5th Century): "... a King of the House of Lilies..."

Cataldus  (5th Century)    "He shall be made King of Greece."

St. Caesar (5th Century): "He shall recover the Crown of the Lilies....."

Calaldus (5th Century)   "Cyprus, the Turks and Barbarians he will subdue."

St. Caesar of Arles (5/6 Century) "When the entire world, and in a special manner France, and in France more particularly the provinces of the North, of the east, and above all, that of Lorraine and Champagne, shall have been a prey to the greatest miseries and trials, then the provinces shall be succored by a prince who had been exiled in his youth, and who shall recover the Crown of the Lilies. This prince shall extend his dominion over the entire universe. At the same time there will be a great Pope, who will be most eminent in sanctity and most perfect in every quality. This Pope shall have with him, the Great Monarch, a most virtuous man who shall be a scion of the holy race of the French kings. This Great Monarch will assist the Pope in the reformation of the whole earth...There will be one common law, one only faith, one baptism, one religion. All nations shall recognize the Holy See of Rome, and shall pay homage to the Pope."

Ac St. Caesar of Arles (469-453) - But after some time fervor shall cool, iniquity shall abound, and moral corruption shall become worse than ever, which shall bring upon mankind the last and worse persecution of Anti-Christ, and the end of the world.

St. Remigius (535 A.D.) - The Kingdom of France is predestined by God for the defense of the Roman Church, which is the only true Church of Christ. This kingdom shall one day be great among the kingdoms of the earth, and shall embrace all the limits of the Roman Empire, and shall submit all other kingdoms to its own sceptre. It shall last until the end of time. It shall be victorious and prosperous as long as it will remain faithful to the Holy roman See, and will not be guilty of those crimes which ruin nations; but will be rudely punished every time it will become unfaithful to its vocation.

Isidore of Seville  (7th Century)   "He shall reign over the House of Agar, and shall possess Jerusalem."
St. Isidore of Seville (7th Century)   "In the last days a very pious King shall reign over our Great Spain."

Bl. R. Maurus (9th Century): "He will go to Jerusalem, and lay down his Sceptre and Crown on Mount Olive. Thus shall come the end of the Christian Roman Empire."

Blessed Rabanus Maurus (d. 856) - Our principal doctors agree in announcing to us, that towards the end of time one of the descendents of the kings of France shall reign over all the Roman Empire; and that he shall be the greatest of the Empire: and that he shall be the greatest of the French monarchs, and the last of his race.

Blessed Rabanus Maurus (d. 856) - After having most happily governed his kingdom, he will go to Jerusalem, and depose on Mount Olivet his scepter and crown. This shall be the end and conclusion of the Roman and Christian Empire.

St. Hildegarde, German Abbess (12th Century): "The White Flower again takes possession of the Throne of France."

Bishop Ageda, (12th Century): "He shall inherit the Crown of the Fleur-de-Lis."

St. Hildegarde, German Abbess (12th Century): "The White Flower again takes possession of the Throne of France."

Bishop Ageda, (12th Century): "He shall inherit the Crown of the Fleur-de-Lis."

St. Hildegarde, German Abbess (12th Century): "The White Flower again takes possession of the Throne of France."

St. Hildegarde, German Abbess (12th Century): "The White Flower again takes possession of the Throne of France."

Bishop Ageda (12th Century): "He shall inherit the Crown of the Fleur-de-Lis"

A Beckett (12th Century)   "He shall capture Milan, Lombardy, and the three Crowns."
Magdeburg Chronicle    "...  by whom the decayed estate of the Church shall be reformed."
Bishop Ageda  (12th Century)  "By his means the nation's religion and laws shall have an admirable change."
Sibylla Tiburtina  "France shall first be yoked by this King.  Britain shall humbly cast herself at his knees.  Italy...will contribute to him her languishing right hand."
Merlin the Bard   (England)  "The Sovereign and the Gallic people shall knock down the renegades who shall shake with fright."
Merlin the Bard (England)   "He shall be the last King over England."
Abbot J. Merlin   (13th Century)  "Having need of a powerful temporal assistance, the Holy Pontiff will ask for the co-operation of the generous Monarch of France."    
Vatiguerro   (13th Century)   "This Prince shall help him (the Holy Pontiff) in every way."

John of Vitiguerro (13th Century) “The pope will change his residence and the Church will not be defended for twenty-five months or more because, during all that time there will be no Pope in Rome... After many tribulations, a Pope shall be elected out of those who survived the persecutions.”

St. Bridget (14th Century)   "The Eagle will also invade the Mohammedan countries."  …  "He shall destroy the Jewish and Mohammedan sects."
Cozensa (14th Century)   "He will overcome the German Ruler."
St. John of Capistrano   (15th Century)  "He shall restore the apostolic discipline."
St. Francis of Paola  (15th Century)  "He shall be a great captain."
St. Francis of Paolo (15th Century)   "He shall destroy the Mohammedan sect and the rest of the infidels."                            

Busto  (15th Century): "The Angelic Pope shall place an imperial crown on his head."

St. Francis de Paola (15th Century): "(He and the Holy Pontiff) shall obtain dominion over the whole world.

Liber Mirabilis  (16th Century)   "He shall wrestle the Kingdom of the Christians from Ishmael, and conquer it from the Saracens.  None of the Saracens shall be able to prevail."
Mother Shipton  (16th Century) "He will set England aright and drive out heresy ... He will appoint three Lords to rule the Kingdom of England."
Ven. B. Holzhauser  (17th Century)  "The powerful Monarch, who is sent from God, will uproot every Republic."
Gekner  (17th Century)  "He will go through all Europe with a powerful army, uproot every Republic, and exterminate all rebels.”

David Poreaus (17th Century): "The Great Monarch will be of French descent, large forehead, large dark eyes, light brown wavy hair, and an eagle nose. He will crush the enemies of the Pope and will conquer the East."

Rudolph Gekner (17th Century): "His sword will be moved by Divine power."

Pareus (17th Century)   "The Great Monarch ... he will conquer the (Middle) East."
Ven. Holzhauser (17th Century)    "The Empire of the Mohammedans will be broken up (by him)."
Gekner  (17th Century)  "He shall subdue to his dominion the Mohammedan Empire"
Jasper the Peasant   (18th Century)  "Russia, Sweden, and the whole North shall fight against France, Spain, Italy, and the whole South led by a powerful Prince.”

Old Saxon prophecy: "He will come from the Fleur-de-Lis..."

Aystinger: " ... by whom the ancient glory of the Empire shall be restored. He shall be Emperor of Europe."

Holzhauser: "He will restore everything."

(Old German prophecy): "He will be lame afoot ... "

(Anne-Catherine Emmerich, 19th Century): "God touched the sinew of his hip. He was in great pain and from that day on, he walked with a limp ... "

Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, July 12, 1820: "I had a vision of the holy Emperor Henry. I saw him at night kneeling alone at the foot of the main altar in a great and beautiful church . . . and I saw the Blessed Virgin coming down all alone. She laid on the altar a red cloth covered with white linen. She placed a book inlaid with precious stones. She lit the candles and the perpetual lamp . . . Then came down the Savior Himself clad in priestly vestments. He was carrying the chalice and the veil. Two Angels were serving Him and two more were following . . . His chasuble was a full and heavy mantle in which red and white could be seen in transparency, and gleaming with jewels . . . Although there was no altar bell, the cruets were there. The wine was red as blood, and there was also some water. The Mass was short. The Gospel of St. John was not read at the end. When the Mass has ended, Mary came up to Henry (the Emperor), and she extended her right hand towards him, saying that it was in recognition of his purity. Then, she urged him not to falter. Thereupon I saw an angel, and he touched the sinew of his hip, like Jacob. He (Henry) was in great pain, and from that day on, he walked with a limp . . . "

(Peasant Jasper, Germany): "This Prince shall mount his horse on the right-hand side, because he limps from one foot .... "

Cataldu: "He will at length lay down his Crown in Jerusalem."

Old Saxon prophecy: "He will come from the Fleur-de-Lis..."

Aystinger: " ... by whom the ancient glory of the Empire shall be restored. He shall be Emperor of Europe."

Holzhauser: "He will restore everything."

Cataldus   "The Great Monarch will be at war till the age of forty."
Mentz  (19th Century) "He shall be in command of seven kinds of soldiers against three in the region of the Birch-trees."