The first road is supported by messages that can be found at locutions.org.
There certainly seems to be a lot of Truth in various messages; at the same time, it has the extradordinary claim that the new pope will, in the future, be martyred in Jerusalem, thereby uniting the Church and Israel as a result. This martyrdom, according to the locutionist, is the true meaning to the 3rd secret of Fatima.
The locutionist is unknown but supported by a very spiritual monsignor. There seem to be no specific prayers given and neither was the resignation of Benedict predicted in any message we have seen (if there is such a message, please point it out to us. Note: since our request, such a message has been pointed out to us. The January 1, 2012 message. Thanks Dominic).
The other road is drastically different and comes from a locutionist who calls herself 'Maria Divine Mercy.' She claims to have Catholic spiritual directors, but none are known publicly.
In various messages, she has claimed that the Lord stated Benedict will be forced to vacate the papacy. One such locution was made public on February 11, 2012, a year to the date of the event.
Considering there is no chance she could have possibly had inside information a year previous, it stands as a marker to pay attention to.
As for the next pope, according to Maria, the Lord states it will not be Peter the Roman on Earth, but in Heaven who will guide His 'remnant Church,' as the next pontiff will, instead, be the false prophet.
For us, many of the messages are strong Truths that most Catholics seem to be afraid to speak of, as if the world hasn't noticed the immoral behavior of our hierarchy.
And when the Lord talks of the 'wolves in sheep's clothing' who will be part of the upcoming conclave, one only need discuss certain cardinals to know exactly who our King is speaking of.
Further realities to determine the legitimacy of these messages is the open discussion of ecclessiastical masonry's hand in plotting the Church's demise, along with the Crusade of Prayers to combat the world's evils and save souls.
There are other locutionist who seem to mirror the many messages of Maria Divine Mercy.
These include 'Daughter Light of Mary,' in which the February 13, 2013 message to her discusses, according to the Lord, the upcoming 'imposter' who will next occupy the Throne of Peter.
And 'Pelianito,' to whom the Lord discussed the 'sorrow and woe' that is coming to His Church.
While there are others that also point to this ungodly moment, we will try to keep it simple.
One, the next pope is a martyr; on the other, he is the false prophet.
Not until the dust has settled will any of us know which road we are on.
But we believe these are NOT the two only possible roads open to mankind now.
There is, if we desire it, a different road.
One that most Catholics don't seem to want to take.
It is the road Jesus Himself pointed out long before He commissioned Peter to head His Church.
It is the road that all roads lead to: the Kingship of Christ on Earth as it is in Heaven.
Do we want His Kingship now or another pope?
Another pope reminds us of the mistake the Israelites made in their first king -- Saul -- when they clamored for an intermediary between themselves and their true King.
When John Paul II passed to his eternal reward, we stated that no new pope would be capable of cleansing the Church.
The abdication of Benedict and the secret red dossier he has left for his successor proves that.
But Jesus knows already what is in that dossier. And He knows how to cleanse His Church.
He is, however, waiting upon our choice.
To call upon Him to Return, Reign and Rule as the High Priest He is over His Church.
Or to call upon Him to give us another man.
One who may be a martyr or, worse, the little horn who will exalt the antichrist.
The reality is Jesus is going to give us what we want.
And the world, especially Catholics, continue to tell Him, 'No, it's not time yet. We don't want You to return; we want another pope!'
We do not know the future.
But we do know He will give the Catholic world what it wants.
Since it is not Him Catholics are praying for, we are not betting on Peter the earthly Roman martyr.
If, then, it is the second road we are about to take and the false prophet does ascend to the Chair of Peter, which of the candidates could it be?
We all know the dust has not settled.
Indeed, the storm is about to intensify, no matter how many public relations statements may be issued by the Vatican.
For there is no doubt the Church is at a critical crossroad.
Two distinct roads.
The first, which most Catholics seem to be praying for, is that the next pontiff is destined to be, as St. Malachy prophesied, the 'last pope,' Peter the Roman.
On the other possible road stands the antipope who will be the 'fasle prophet,' a key player in revealing the ultimate antichrist.
Because both roads have many messages attached to them, one could go on about the intricacies of each; but as we stated, in the wake of an unprecedented abdication, we need to keep it as simple as possible.
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