Needless to say, we were shocked when we came across these photos of Francis holding a new grotesque cross presented to him during World Youth Day in July.
The so-called 'cross' is not only diabolical looking, but eeriely fits the prophecy we are highlighting in the left column above the photo.
So what, some may say. Popes have to deal with this sort of thing.
Yeah, but here's the problem. That's why someone is the pope and why that pope has to judge whether something is beneficial to the spiritual health of his flock or detrimental.
In the next photograph, we see Francis not shunning or dismissing this fake cross but actually kissing it and venerating it with that strange head on it. It certainly does not remind us of any homage or honor to our Lord and Savior's suffering and Crucifixion.
Indeed, it seems, as reported, a mocking of our King's Cross. We even thought that mocking went so far in our eyes as to mimic the cross Moses erected with a snake as its head.
Now who would want a snake's head cross today?
Let alone kiss it?
The say a photo is worth a thousand words, especially if one is getting sick of the Catholic world constantly having to tell us what Francis 'really said.' Don't know about you, but to us Franics seems pretty happy with his new 'cross.'
So is it a 'coincidence' that April 30, before World Youth Day, there would be mention, not of obvious events that could or not come to pass, but the outrageous claim that a new cross will be introduced that 'will feature, discreetly, the head of the beast'?
Well, sorry. Francis' defenders who claim to know what he meant to say can't claim that he does not show his pleasure in embracing this monstrosity.
'Soon, not long afterwards, the garments worn by My sacred servants, will be altered and a new form of the Cross will be introduced. The new atrocity will not be based on the simple cross. Instead it will feature, discreetly, the head of the beast.'
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