This may be a message that is coming too little, too late to change anything, but I will post it here in case people close to the Pope can get this message to him in time and act on it. I mentioned in last month’s dreams and predictions post that I fear that the Papal visit to Iraq this week will end up with Pope Francis being assassinated. Michael McCllelan, a friend of the site, outlines the dangers he faces from a Nostradamus prophecy known as the rose prophecy here. It’s a good baseline to read and catch up on to get some context over the reason that the visit to Iraq is ill advised. For this blog post, I will add what my other concerns about the trip are and why a cancellation needs to happen to prevent a more dire future from coming about.
World War 3 is coming this year. It’s something I mentioned last year and I have seen nothing occur in the last 11 months that has changed this assessment. If anything, many events have transpired that make this more of a reality than ever. The biggest piece of the problem, the disputed WHO report, is already being scrutinized due to the lack of access to the Wuhan lab that Chinese authorities gave to scientists. This issue will turn calamitous when accusations of biological warfare are substantiated by outside sources, mainly rouge actors of the deep state of the US (some of whom read our site, as I have mentioned in a previous blog post). The tensions over this, along with a bunch of other problems, will lead to a stock market crash which sets the stage for a military conflict between the two major super powers, the US and China.
On top of this, I expect that other forms of stock market interference (mainly from the notorious Reddit traders known as Wall Street Bets), an aggressive unionization campaign at the world’s biggest company, Amazon and the uproar over the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the murderer of George Floyd, will create conditions for absolute chaos in the next two months. One of these events alone would be enough to do significant damage to world stability. Together, they will turn into an explosive mess that is the basis of last month’s post on the world turning into a state of complete anarchy.
Though war between the major superpowers is unavoidable, the goal from the perspective of those who hope for peace should be to lessen the casualties and minimize the damage that this conflict causes. You do that by stopping things that could inflame the situation further and redirecting anger towards toppling oppressive governments and preventing the usage of nuclear weapons. Pope Francis’ trip to Iraq is fraught with risk and destined for disaster. Though ISIS has seemingly been defeated, other Islamic terrorist groups are on the rise in the region. Iran is trying to diffuse tensions so that this trip can go smoothly, but it will not matter. There seem to be forces that are determined to eliminate a man who is trying to promote peace in a region that has been ravaged by war and terror for decades.
An assassination in either the cities Baghdad or Irbil, the two in Iraq that are watered by two rivers, would create an explosion in the Middle East that would result in the immediate opening shots in a worse case scenario version of World War 3. The reverberations of this murder would ripple throughout the world in a way similar to that of the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand. It will make the upcoming war, which will already be catastrophic enough as it is, even worse and possibly so devastating that it sees the elimination of 90% of the planet’s population, rather than an estimated 30-40% in a better case scenario.
The visions I have foreseen of the war and uprisings are bad enough as it is. Pope Francis may think that he is going to create peace with his visit to the embattled Iraqi Christians. So did the Archduke in his ill advised visit to Sarajevo. Like with the Archduke, Francis’ assassination will incite a bloody global war instead. Now is not the time to visit the land watered by two rivers, the ancient land of Mesopotamia for which the three major religions claim ties via the prophet Abraham. I hope that people in the Vatican will advise Francis against taking this trip. If he persists, in spite of the red alarms that are blaring loudly in the form of terror attacks, his own ambassador contracting Covid and tensions between the US and Iran for regional dominance, then it is to be assumed that he is evil and has evil intentions for the world in regards to his ill advised visit. Hopefully, he thinks twice before he gets on the plane to Rome and arrives in Baghdad this weekend. He shouldn’t want to become the reason billions more die than is necessary. If he cares about peace, he will call this trip off. If he doesn’t, then our planet is in much more serious trouble than I initially thought.
ETA: Quick update. Our friend Michael McCllelan has posted an update on his website where he suggests that, because roses aren’t blooming this month, he suspects the trip may end up being safe. I do not agree with him. He is a seasoned student of Nostradamus prophecy, but he is not a psychic. I have gotten bad vibes over this trip and I still think the prudent thing for Pope Francis to do is to cancel the trip. He won’t, so people need to be on alert. Prepare for the worst because I do not believe the time of year mentioned in the prophecy is going to save him from assassination. Not with all the worrying signs growing by the day.
Additional ETA: Well, it appears that the trip that shouldn’t be happening is going forward tomorrow. In spite of significant pressure from close advisors and others to cancel or at least postpone the trip, Pope Francis is still pressing forward, even backing down from his promise to hold off if COVID cases in Iraq were rising, which they are. This stubbornness is what I believe is going to end up killing him.
The sticking point in this trip seems to be his meeting with Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, a prominent Iraqi Shiite cleric. There is anger from rogue Islamic militia groups that the meeting between the two men could weaken their grip hold on power in the region. There are elements that are determined to prevent this meeting from taking place by any means necessary. This is why I believe his assassination will take place tomorrow, as the meeting is scheduled for Saturday.
In addition to visions I have had, I also base this sequence of events on the assassinations of both Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the late Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, another leader who our friend Michael McClellan gave warnings to that were completely disregarded. I suspect, in the city of Baghdad, that the Pope’s motorcade will see a bombing (either suicide or missile) that misses him, but hits the car behind him, killing everyone inside. The mad rush sees his driver speed off to send the Pope to a safe location.
Once in a protected area, the Pope gets into an argument with his security detail over their plan. The Pope wishes to visit the victims at the hospital to pray for them, but the security detail insists that they continue to follow the plans made before his arrival. They warn him that they have not adequately secured the area near the hospital and they are worried that they can be attacked again if they attempt an unplanned visit. The argument makes them sitting ducks, which leads to an ambush by a militia group that kills the Pope and every person inside the car in a hail of gunfire.
I really wish the Pope had heeded the warnings that I and others gave him. Instead of bringing peace to the Middle East and giving comfort to Iraq’s Christian community, his murder will incite World War 3 and assure their final departure from Iraq instead. The road to hell is laid with good intentions, but that won’t save you from eternal damnation for your arrogance.
ETA: The first day in Iraq has seemingly come and gone without any reported incident. I am thankful to have woken up this morning without hearing news of his assassination. I would like to remind you, however, that the trip has just begun. He is still in danger as long as he remains in Iraq.
Final ETA (Hopefully): So as Pope Francis is leaving Iraq now, I think (hope) that it’s safe to say that his trip did not go as I had initially feared it would. I cannot say that I am disappointed in this at all. In fact, I feel a sense of relief because I think our readers fail to understand the severity of how bad it would have gotten if my warnings had become a reality. This is one prediction fail that I am relieved to say was the case, if it’s 100% the case.
There’s just one thing lingering that still bothers me that I feel the need to address. In his meeting with the Ayatollah Al-sistani on Saturday, the Pope and several people in his entourage were not wearing masks. As the Ayatollah has not been vaccinated and the Pope was exposed to a lot of different people during his trip, I worry that he may have given the Ayatollah Covid. If the Pope did spread it and the Ayatollah passes away as a result of this, then there’s going to be a lot of anger in the Muslim world over this, with many accusing the Pope of murdering the beloved spiritual leader. It is under these conditions that the Pope’s life would be in danger again this spring, as a fatwa would be placed on his head. So I will keep an eye on this and hope for the best. I don’t care if certain commenters call me a crock psychic because the Pope wasn’t assassinated on his trip. In this particular prediction, I’m happy to say that I was wrong, relieved in fact. No one should have wanted to see this happen. I certainly didn’t, which is why I posted this blog in the first place.