There is much disquieting news coming and each new “surprise” from Francis exceeds the previous one in shocking and demoralizing us further. The recent video of the Humble Guy’s ersatz prayer intentions was so awful that the Denziger-Bergoglio had to put together a huge file of real Church teaching just to refute its many errors. They aptly titled their essay, “Words Fail Us”. Then John Vennari sent a link to a news item, “Pro-homosexual Father Timothy Radcliffe Featured Speaker at 51st International Eucharist Congress”. Just read that title again slowly. It’s OK to cry. We all do that sooner or later in this joyful Church of Humble Gayness that Pope Francis has built on the ruins of the old one founded by that hebrew apostate, what was His name?
We left off with Apocalypse 5 in our last post about the prophetic vision of Knock. And so, let’s continue with Apocalypse 6. You may read it here if your Bible is not handy. The Apocalypse of St. John. Verses 12-17:
Apocalypse 6, 12-17:  And I saw, when he had opened the sixth seal, and behold there was a great earthquake, and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair: and the whole moon became as blood:  And the stars from heaven fell upon the earth, as the fig tree casteth its green figs when it is shaken by a great wind:  And the heaven departed as a book folded up: and every mountain, and the islands were moved out of their places.  And the kings of the earth, and the princes, and tribunes, and the rich, and the strong, and every bondman, and every freeman, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of mountains:
 And they say to the mountains and the rocks: Fall upon us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth upon the throne and from the wrath of the Lamb:  For the great day of their wrath is come, and who shall be able to stand?
In his “Book of Destiny”, Father Herman Kramer tells us that this passage refers to a religious revolution. Like the modernist experts who highjacked Vatican II, Pope Francis refers to a revolution in the Church approvingly. Father Kramer explains that the image of verse 13 refers to winter figs, “of poor quality which fall off in spring without ripening”.
“It may denote those bishops and priests who are worldly-minded, unworthy ministers, having entered the priesthood from worldly motives. And for that reason they do not grow to maturity but are blown off the living tree, the Church, in the storms of heresy that sweep over the earth. Storms and winds in prophetic language represent rebellions, revolutions and invading armies. The falling of the stars from heaven describes graphically the defection of apostates from the supernatural state of grace into the state of sin. And their falling as thickly as figs, when a loaded tree is shaken by a violent gust of wind, describes nothing more precisely than the apostasy…” (Kramer, op. cit.)