Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Bit of Humor

you woke up today!


wanna support Baal against Israel?

(is funny joke)

annd like...

build idols!

against 14 million jews,
who are Israeli nationalists?

make good jokers!

trajedy... its good science, aryans!

at the risk of repeating a good song going bad. but repetition is our way.
is, is.

sun set, moon rising. british empire londonistan. humour of the gods.
strange place in UV light, blue band... lighties... low Matalins ie Aryans.
guess the city?

Prophecy of the popes.
The Prophecy of the Popes, attributed to Saint Malachy, is a list of 112 short phrases in Latin. They purport to describe each of the Roman Catholic popes (along with a few anti-popes), beginning with Pope Celestine II (elected in 1143) and concluding with a pope described in the prophecy as "Peter the Roman", whose pontificate will end in the destruction of the city of Rome.

Peter the Roman, thought by some to be a black, is 112.
curiously Benidict is 111 (depending on the count).

This list, adapted from The Prophecies of St. Malachy by Peter Bander, begins its numbering two numbers ahead of the Vatican's numbering of popes (Benedict XVI is the 265th, not the 267th). The reason for this is unclear (perhaps because of the 2 purported "anti-popes").

The list can be divided into two groups; one of the 74 Popes and Antipopes who reigned prior to the appearance of the Prophecy in 1590, for whom the connection between the motto and the Pope is usually clear. The other is of the 37 Popes who have reigned since 1590, for whom the connection between the motto and the Pope is often strained or totally opaque.

This could mean Beno is not the 111th. three after him, not one (Peter~)?.

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